California legislators reconvened from summer break last week and are headed into their final month or so.
New to the area, Shelly Long of Yuba City said she was excited to find out more about what her new community has to offer while attending the ninth annual Community Resource Fair, hosted by the Yuba-Sutter-Colusa United Way on Saturday.
Inspired by a controversial fixture commonly found throughout the region, a local filmmaker’s creation will be one of the 100 films selected to compete at the Nevada City Film Festival this year.
Dance With Our Stars, the annual fundraiser for Adventist Health/Rideout Hospital is set to happen Thursday – the 9th rendition of the popular local event.
The Yuba-Sutter area’s unemployment rate stayed the same in July compared to the month prior, according to the most recent statistics provided by the state Employment Development Department.
When Mary Mayfield opened up the check she received from an out-of-state buyer interested in purchasing her vehicle, it was more money than she had originally asked for. That’s where the trouble started.
PARADISE – No one has yet erected an official memorial on the Paradise High School campus to mark the hideous fire that burned down most of this town in November. But the signs are here.
Marysville has a unique asset with Ellis Lake, which is located in the heart of the city. But the man-made pond has been less of an attraction and more of a pain in recent years, given its water quality issues -- namely with the presence of algae blooms.
Sutter County recently awarded a nearly $700,000 contract to Teichert Energy and Utilities Group to install new water meters and repair water lines in the community of Robbins.
The chairperson of “The Event,” which for several years now has featured musical acts and food in a one-night package at Peach Tree Golf Club, said they’re switching things up this year.
Caltrans District 3 and its local partners broke ground Friday on the construction of a major pavement restoration and bridge replacement project on Hwy 20 in the Sutter area.
Three former officials of the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians Tribe plead guilty to engaging in conspiracy to embezzle millions of dollars from the tribe and related tax fraud, according to press releases from the U.S. Attorney -- Eastern District of California, and Match Map Media.
The possibility of finding yourself in an active shooter situation seemingly grows by the day in America. It’s a fear that can no longer be cast away with a simple, “that won’t happen around here.”
It’s all about who can sound most like a duck ... or maybe not. And hundreds of people are expected to flock to Colusa next weekend to attend the annual California State Calling Championship.
The Olivehurst-Linda Little League Girls Majors Softball team had quite a season and will be celebrated for their efforts during a parade in Olivehurst on Sunday.
After about 39 years in law enforcement and serving eight years as chief of the Wheatland Police Department, Allyn Wightman announced plans to retire in January.
The Pacific Gas and Electric Company will be conducting drills in parts of the Yuba County foothills today (Thursday) to practice its responses during Public Safety Power Shutoff events, though power will not be interrupted to customers during the drill.
The Marysville High School colors are orange and black but there’s a group of students wearing blue shirts who are helping newcomers transition to the campus.
Two Yuba City men pleaded guilty to assault with a firearm charges this week stemming from a shooting in 2018 that left a Sacramento man with gunshot wounds.
In fiscal year 2017/18, there was a total of 8,962 open child support cases throughout Yuba, Sutter and Colusa counties – Sutter County accounting for 49 percent of the total. Of those cases, child support services in the three counties helped distribute a total of $16.6 million in collections.
Temperatures are expected to rise to around the 105 mark today and stay that way through Friday until a relatively cool weather system moves into the north state over the weekend.
A robotic arm is now helping surgeons at Sutter Surgical North Valley Hospital perform hip and knee replacements, and if you are picturing Rosie the robotic maid from the Jetson’s – think again. The Mako robotic-arm assisted surgery system makes a 3D model of the patient’s hip or knee and th…
Kindergarten teacher Aisha Conner spent Monday deliberately setting up her classroom in a sparse fashion ahead of the first day of school at Bridge Street Elementary School in Yuba City.
WASHINGTON – The Trump administration took one of its most aggressive steps yet on Monday to target legal immigration, publishing new rules that could deny green cards to immigrants who use Medicaid, food stamps, housing vouchers or other forms of public assistance, and potentially making it…
A former Yuba County district attorney is hosting an officer-involved shooting investigation training program for hundreds of California prosecutors in October.
On C Street, next to the post office, is an unmarked building – while plain looking from the outside, step inside and it’s a state-of-the-art testing laboratory where Certified Ag Labs will conduct testing on marijuana and agricultural products.
The Three Rivers Levee Improvement Authority will receive a $2 million loan from the Yuba Water Agency to help advance its Goldfields levee project.
Sutter County has been operating without a permanent county administrator since Scott Mitnick resigned in mid-February. Officials are hoping to lock a permanent replacement in over the coming months.
Since the beginning of the year, members of Adventist Health and Rideout’s Street Nursing program have set up shop in area resource centers twice a week to treat individuals experiencing homelessness.
Paul Moua likes helping and working with the community so much that he, along with a group of like-minded individuals, regularly picks up trash on a section of highway in Yuba County.
Yuba Water Agency officials approved a $10,000 grant on Tuesday to help the Yuba-Sutter Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) purchase training and materials for its volunteers who provide direction and emotional support to area victims.