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Arriving at Beale Air Force Base on Saturday, U.S. President Donald Trump was greeted by Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown, Governor-elect Gavin Newsom and a layer of smoke covering the region due to the Camp Fire in Butte County.

PARADISE – Viewing the destruction of a wildfire that killed at least 76, with 1,000 people still unaccounted for, President Donald Trump said the federal government will help California recover from the devastation and work to prevent future catastrophic wildfires.

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They were sleepy places: Paradise, Magalia, tiny Concow (population 710 at the last Census count).

It’s been more than a month since the area received any rain, and even then, it was a trace amount. The state is feeling it, but experts say the dry year thus far isn’t anything to worry about. 

Marysville officials plan on bringing in an assistant director of community development and services within the next month or so to help bolster the team responsible for seeing through a number of planning projects expected to come to fruition over the next year. 

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CHICO – John Digby was on the phone with his son when there was a knock at his door in Paradise. The 78-year-old was in bed sick, unaware of the raging inferno outside, so he didn’t get up to answer it.

With schools in the area cancelled and the terrible air quality keeping people indoors, they may be wracking their brains to find things to entertain their children.

Gold Sox general manager Michael Mink said Thursday he is trying to organize a plan to keep the local collegiate ball club in existence.

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A shooting incident Thursday morning in Butte County left a suspect and his dog dead, as well as a Sutter County Sheriff’s Office police dog.

The trial for an alleged pimp and human trafficker was supposed to begin Wednesday.

Developers looking to build up infrastructure in the unincorporated parts of Yuba County will be able to establish community facilities districts and levy special taxes – or impact fees – to help finance the projects as part of the Bond Opportunities for Land Development program.

The seventh annual Donation Station will aid the community in a different way this year, addressing the devastation from Butte County’s deadly Camp Fire.

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Stacie Albright has been an evacuee of three major wildfires in Calaveras County dating back to 1992. So when she heard about the devastation of the Camp Fire, she hopped in her car and showed up at the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds, asking what she could do.

Sutter Buttes Brewing, a brewery and restaurant located in downtown Yuba City, will be closing its doors by the end of next week. The company announced its closure on social media Wednesday, citing health issues of its owner as the reason for the decision.

Sutter County Public Health and Yuba County Health issued a joint health advisory notice for all Sutter and Yuba County residents and schools due to the continued smoke and poor air quality from the Butte County Camp Fire.

The smoke from the deadly Camp Fire in Butte County is hanging around Yuba-Sutter, causing many to limit the time they spend outdoors and prompting many to don face masks to protect their lungs.

Yuba-Sutter residents looking to help the victims of the Camp Fire have a number of ways of donating. Local officials are updating their respective Facebook pages with immediate needs, but they say the best way for residents to pitch in is through monetary donations or through gift cards.

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At this time every year, U.S. veterans are celebrated for their service and sacrifice to the country. Not many World War II veterans are still around. Even fewer ever experienced a nuclear blast up close – or about as close as one could get without becoming a casualty.

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Nearly half of California’s 20 most destructive wildfires have burned in just the last three years. And the Camp Fire takes the first spot for most deadly and most destructive, after killing at least 48 and leveling the town of Paradise.

Sitting at work and following updates about the Camp Fire evacuations in Butte County, Loma Rica resident Ronnie Davis felt compelled to do something. After all, a little over a year ago his own community went through a similar disaster with the Cascade Fire.

Officials running the evacuation center at the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds have been overwhelmed by donations and community support in response to the Camp Fire … so much so that they have too much of some items. While they continually update their respective county Facebook pages with immediate…

Yuba-Sutter residents care about their neighbors in the wildfire danger areas and reflected on the situation just to the north.

Officials running the evacuation center at the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds have been overwhelmed by donations and community support in response to the Camp Fire … so much so that they have too much of some items. While they continually update their respective county Facebook pages with immediate…

Sitting at work and following updates about the Camp Fire evacuations in Butte County, Loma Rica resident Ronnie Davis felt compelled to do something. After all, a little over a year ago his own community went through a similar disaster with the Cascade Fire.

Attending college right out of high school wasn’t the right fit for Tammy M. Pack, so she joined the Navy. She’s now at Yuba College helping fellow veterans.

After a multitude of donations from the community for the evacuees of the Camp Fire, Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds can no longer accept donations on site, except for the animal shelter.

Local residential real estate experts say the market is experiencing a slow down across the state – and the Yuba-Sutter area is feeling it, too. It’s due to a variety of reasons, they say, and if it continues it could become an issue.

A panel discussion on mental health issues, “Mental Health Matters: For our Homeless, Incarcerated and Youth Populations,” will be at 6 p.m., Tuesday at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, 1390 Franklin Road, Yuba City. 

Approximately 15,000 acres in the North Yuba River watershed are about to benefit from a massive $4.6 million restoration project over the next couple years, thanks to a forest resilience bond using private capital.