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Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Council of Regional Homeless Advisors proposed a state-wide mandate earlier this month that would put a constitutional amendment on the November ballot. If approved, it would give state and local governments one year to find solutions to California’s wide-spread co…

The Yuba City Police Department is investigating an incident in which shots were fired that took place in the 300 block of Alemar Way. The department received a report of a physical altercation, according to Yuba City Police Department Lt. Jim Runyen. 

At one point not too long ago, Marysville’s finances were at a near crisis management level. A few years into a one-cent sales tax increase and the situation is much different, according to the most recent report outlining how Measure C fared in Fiscal Year 2017/18. 

A man who died last week after attempting to avoid capture by police by jumping into the Feather River has been identified as David Hand, 38, of Yuba City, according to Sutter County Undersheriff Scott Smallwood. 

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Valued at $44,000, a total of 92 beehives were stolen recently near South Washington Boulevard in Sutter County.

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Friends and family of long-time community member Richard Neubauer gathered at the Ellis Lake Gazebo on Monday for a celebration of life for the man known to many as the “reptile guy,” for his work at Gaiser Pets in Yuba City. 

Marysville Mayor Ricky Samayoa was elected to be the 2020 vice chairman of the Sacramento Area Council of Governments board.

In recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we asked several area residents for their perspectives on King and his role in the Civil Rights Movement. 

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A new law mandating that many of those working as independent contractors be classified as employees has been in effect since Jan. 1, but community backlash brewed and multiple lawsuits were filed even before the bill took effect. 

Many fire stations across the country rely heavily on volunteers, but it’s become increasingly more difficult over the years to find volunteers as the requirements to become one have also increased significantly. 

It’s not often you hear about a first-generation farmer winning the grand prize of an annual California Farm Bureau Photo Contest. 

Since the Legislature reconvened earlier this month, many area leaders are watching for activity that could affect their agendas, business, constituents.

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“This is an event I look forward to all year long,” said Cheyenne Cameron-Pruitt about the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Unity March that was held on Saturday. 

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The Colusa Fire Department was already bustling early Saturday morning, hours before it opened its doors to the community for this year’s installment of the annual crab and steak feed.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is assuring survivors of recent Northern California fires that financial assistance they received will not be taken back as part of the Pacific Gas and Electric Co. bankruptcy settlement negotiations. 

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She and her husband were sweethearts since they were children, says Imogene Carter.

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A chance for Yuba-Sutter girls to learn life skills through running, mentorship and emotional support is set to happen with Girls on the Run open registration Jan. 21 at 6 a.m. 

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The last days of Karen Garcia’s life were relived in a Colusa courtroom Thursday as witness after witness testified about the details pertaining to her death.

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The Adventist Health/Rideout cardiac cath lab just received accreditation from the American College of Cardiology (ACC) – it is currently the only one in California to receive the recognition.

The man accused of murdering Williams native Karen Garcia in January 2018 appeared in Colusa County Superior Court on Thursday for a preliminary hearing. 

Editor’s Note: We recently asked a few business people in Yuba-Sutter to share information about their businesses, challenges, opportunities, and more. Here are their responses.

A man died Thursday in the Feather River while trying to avoid capture by officers who suspected him of stealing a coin machine from a laundry facility. 

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Attendees of this year’s Beale Air and Space Expo will experience the unique thrill of seeing the United States Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, better known as the Thunderbirds, perform an air and ground show. 

With the primary election just a little over a month away, the Yuba-Sutter Chamber of Commerce and the Appeal-Democrat are organizing candidate forums over the next couple weeks.