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Vendors lined both sides of Plumas Street under the refreshing shade of extra large leafy trees, while attendees traversed both sides with ease stopping only when it was necessary. 

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Yuba County Office of Emergency Services organized an Emergency Preparedness Fair on Friday at the Alcouffe Center in an effort to educate local residents. 

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Since the passing of her husband earlier this month, Leah Stocker said she has received numerous phone calls from current and former Yuba County residents reaching out to tell her about the impact her husband had on the foothills community.

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Businesses in California that don’t offer employer-sponsored retirement plans will soon be required to participate in a new state-sponsored program or face fines. A free webinar is being offered next week that will provide Yuba-Sutter business owners information about the program and importa…

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When the 53-foot truck rolled up to the Habitat for Humanity Yuba-Sutter parking lot ahead of Monday’s distribution event, Ashten Phillips was astonished, and a little intimidated, at the amount of donated items inside — all of which were free and intended for local community partners that s…

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Earlier this week, the California Association of Clerks and Election Officials (CACEO) sent a letter to Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis expressing concern over when the recall election of Gov. Gavin Newsom will take place.

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After 21 years with the Appeal, former photo editor and current sales executive Chris Kaufman announced his last day with the publication will be today (Friday).

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Ahead of the state’s reopening earlier this week, a group consisting of 20 business organizations from around California sent a joint letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom calling for the state to address concerns raised by employers that enhanced federal and state unemployment benefits are stalling e…

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After ten years of hard work and dedication, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held Wednesday morning at the recently completed 39-unit apartment complex New Haven Court in Yuba City. 

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After a ruling on the matter was overturned by the California Third District Court of Appeals earlier this year, local legislators are taking their concerns about the governor’s actions during the pandemic to the California Supreme Court.

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Temperatures are expected to reach near record highs in the Yuba-Sutter area over the next several days as the region experiences an ongoing heat wave, according to the National Weather Service.

It’s time to dust off those cowboy boots and hats, as the city of Colusa will be hosting a multi-stage country music festival later this month with acts straight from Nashville as well as local and regional favorites.

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With COVID-19 pandemic restrictions easing, the Yuba-Sutter-Colusa United Way has announced the return of three events this summer and fall.

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WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden’s proposed historic increases in education spending ran into headwinds at a Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing Wednesday, including apparent opposition to tuition-free college from Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin III of West Virginia.

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MEXICO CITY – A Mexico City metro accident that killed 26 people in May was caused by flaws in the rail line’s construction, according to a city-commissioned report, opening billionaire Carlos Slim’s infrastructure firm to scrutiny.

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Yuba County Superior Court Judge Julia Scrogin recently sentenced a man found guilty of murder in a 2019 car-to-car shooting to life in prison without the possibility of parole plus 100 years to life in state prison.

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More than 600,000 people have died from COVID-19 in the U.S. since the start of the pandemic, Johns Hopkins University said Tuesday.

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More than 1,000 unserviceable flags collected over the past few months were properly disposed of during a special ceremony on Monday in honor of Flag Day, which commemorates the adoption of the country’s flag in 1777.