Award-winning children’s and young adult fiction author Wendelin Van Draanen visited the Sutter County Library on Tuesday to do a book signing and to discuss her publishing journey and the inspiration behind her latest title “The Peach Rebellion.”
Over the past year, the nonprofit SAYLove has been making great strides in the beatification of local communities. As a grassroots organization, this group states that its mission is to mobilize people and resources to promote positive impacts and change within the Yuba-Sutter region.
The Sisters of Scota Women’s Motorcycle Club recently announced that the group’s annual Rabbit Run fundraiser will take place on April 1 in Yuba County.
After more than two years since the stabbing death of 26-year-old Cody Stratton of Yuba City, a man was sentenced late last week after pleading guilty to charges related to the 2020 incident.
Officials with the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced recently that the public is invited to an open house of the new Mormon temple in Yuba City starting in August.
A little something for everyone: Millennium Center offers new activities to residents looking for a place to play
A steady stream of new businesses have flooded the Yuba-Sutter area over the past few months and more opportunities seem to be on the horizon. Despite this recent uptick in entrepreneurialism, local readers continue to comment on the lack of family friendly options in the community.
Crashed vehicles and bloodied bodies strewn over Nicolaus Road were only demonstrations for East Nicolaus High School students, but a reality for those injured or killed in a drunk driving incident.
Two events are planned this weekend in the Yuba-Sutter area as part of California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s $1.2 billion Clean California initiative.
The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control released an official statement on Tuesday regarding action that was taken against Slough House Social in Colusa after an incident in May 2022.
Yuba County officials are notifying the public that some tax relief could be granted to those who own property that was damaged by recent storms.
U.S. Congressman Doug LaMalfa, R-Richvale, recently announced that the spring 2023 Congressional Art Competition is now open to all high school students in his district, which includes Colusa, Sutter and Yuba counties.
Officials with the Colusa Mosquito Abatement District said the district is currently preparing for the upcoming mosquito season, with control measures slated to start in May.
A 30-year-old man from Westwood was killed around midday Sunday after his Toyota pickup truck was “wedged underneath” the trailer of a semi truck, law enforcement officials said.
The Yuba County Sheriff’s Department announced recently that a 39-year-old man was arrested for attempted murder in an alleged shooting incident that took place in late February.
A 38-year-old man barricaded himself somewhere near the 5th Street Bridge on Saturday after a “low-speed pursuit” ended at the base of the off ramp on the Yuba City side of the bridge, officials confirmed with the Appeal on Monday.
CHICO — A man was charged Monday with the killing of 61-year-old Daniel Niles after Niles' body was found wrapped in plastic in a shopping cart on March 12.
‘He’s a tough kid with a huge heart’: Locals participate in St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving event
People were getting their summer haircuts a few months early on Saturday for the annual Happy Viking Sports Pub & Eatery St. Baldrick’s Foundation head-shaving event to help raise money for children’s cancer research.
The 29th annual Yuba City Home, Garden and Sportsman’s Expo is set to return starting this Friday at the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds in Yuba City.
Steele House Coffee’s inaugural Community Market started on Saturday as a monthly venture throughout the year excluding June and December to work around two other staples in the Yuba-Sutter community.
Sutter County Sheriff’s Office officials released the identity of two individuals that were reportedly found dead with gunshot wounds last week in the Rio Ooso area.
After an evacuation order was put in place early last week for the residents of Lovey’s Landing in Sutter County due to flooding fears, that order was officially lifted on Saturday, the Sutter County Sheriff’s Office said.
Add waiting for the lights to turn on to the laundry list of delays holding up urgently needed housing in California.
The tiny town of Hamilton City sits in the direct path of the mighty Sacramento River, muddy and swollen by this week’s storms.
Yuba-Sutter’s ultimate ‘coffee nerd’: Inside Bridge Coffee and the man who wants to bring a better cup to all
Tim Styczynski’s first experience drinking coffee was communal.
The Sutter County Sheriff’s Office responded at about 5 p.m. on Friday to a call regarding two deceased individuals that were found by a motorist in a large dirt field in the Rio Oso area off Kimpton Road, Undersheriff Scott Smallwood said.
As part of its continued effort in supporting FFA and other farm initiatives, Yuba River Endowment presented a donation of $10,000 on Tuesday to Paragon Collegiate Academy in Marysville for its middle school FFA program.
After two alleged instances of drunk driving occurred within 12 hours of each other in early February, residents of Yuba City called to question the frequency of driving under the influence (DUI) in the area as well as the safety conditions of the collision site.
The Sutter County Museum and Playzeum Yuba-Sutter will hold a number of spring-themed activities today in recognition of Free Museum Day.
Sutter County has long been known as the top producer of peaches in the state of California. Contrary to popular myths regarding peaches in both Georgia and South Carolina, in 2021 California out produced both these states by 382,300 tons, according to data collected by the Agricultural Mark…
Saturday marks the first Community Market event hosted by Steele House Coffee in Yuba City. Located on the street outside the shop at 437 Center St., the event will run from 3-8 p.m. and feature both a DJ and live music amongst a slew of local vendors.
Colusa High School basketball coach Brian Davis decided to give back to the community for his birthday this year by distributing new or gently used sneakers to homeless individuals in Yuba City, Marysville and Colusa on Monday.
An hours-long standoff ended early Friday afternoon after a man allegedly shot at another person in the parking lot of a Live Oak apartment complex and then barricaded himself from police.
The Hope Point Bike Kitchen held its monthly bike repair and giveaway drive on Thursday to provide transportation to homeless individuals.
Just a day late of St. Patrick's Day, The Happy Viking Sports Pub & Eatery in Yuba City will again be hosting its annual St. Baldrick's event from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Nancy Elrod, one of the owners of Geweke Ford in Yuba City, was just recently elected to lead the Northern California Ford Dealers Advertising Fund Board (FDAF) for 2023. This accomplishment marks the first time a woman has occupied this position for Ford dealers across California.
On Wednesday night, Justin’s Kitchen announced on social media that its last day of business would be scheduled for March 26.
With area residents set to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day today, the Yuba City Police Department announced that it will be “on alert for suspected impaired drivers” who may be driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Richard Valentini, who said he is in his 44th year of working in area schools, will hold a book signing event from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday at the Yuba City Racquet & Health Club.
In partnership with the Weed for Warriors Project and vendors, Perfect Union in Marysville will be giving away $5,000 worth of “free cannabis products” on Saturday to veterans who are currently suffering from the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other “service-related hea…
After being diagnosed with epilepsy as an infant, Anna Galvin, a senior at Marysville Charter Academy for the Arts, was later diagnosed with tuberous sclerosis as a young child. The rare genetic disease causes cortical tubers to grow in the brain and several other areas of the body, includin…
A 36-year-old woman that was found dead by police officers Monday morning in Marysville was identified as Judith Bennett, according to the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department.
After several days of rain, the Hope Point Bike Kitchen will be open today at 10 a.m. to provide used bikes and repairs for homeless individuals along with a light meal.
A San Francisco man who authorities said was responsible for the death of a Marysville woman in January 2021 after a high-speed collision in Marysville, was found guilty by a Yuba County jury on Tuesday of second degree murder, among other charges.
For the second time this year, residents of Lovey’s Landing in Sutter County were issued a mandatory evacuation Tuesday by Sutter County Sheriff Brandon Barnes as continued storms pose the risk of more flooding in the region.
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