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The Colusa County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to abstain from enforcing any COVID-19 orders that “infringe upon a citizen’s constitutional rights,” during a special meeting Wednesday. 

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$25K raised for drive-through ceremony to honor local grads 

The next phase of the Camp Fire recovery in Butte County is expected to begin in the next few months and the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle) is currently soliciting contractors to carry out the work.

The following events have been reported to us by organizers or have been taken from websites. As far as we know, these events are still set to continue as planned. Events that have been canceled or postponed will be marked as such. If an event has been canceled due to the coronavirus, please…

Efforts are underway to modify Assembly Bill 5, which passed in 2019 and changed the way companies are allowed to treat independent contractors, requiring them to classify many contractors as employees and provide certain benefits the “gig-economy” typically doesn’t receive.

As temperatures rise, so do concerns about wildfires and subsequent power shutoffs by Pacific Gas and Electric Company.

 A lot has changed about Yuba City in the time Bill Fuller has worked here, from the city’s population growth to turnover of personnel. He’s worked fires, floods, and worn several different hats in his 42 years of service.

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Diane Alexander sat in a soft chair on Wednesday with her face covered as a team pampered her hands and feet for the first time in several weeks.

The U.S. Census Bureau, in coordination with federal, state and local health officials, restarted the process of dropping off 2020 Census questionnaire packets at front doors on Monday for nearly 150,000 households in Northern California that do not have regular mailing addresses, such as in…

The Yuba-Sutter Fair Board of Directors has decided to move forward with the junior livestock show and sale this summer but postponed deciding the fate of this year’s fair in light of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s announcement on Tuesday that theme parks may be included in Stage 3 of the state’s reope…

 For the last 46 years, the Super Seven Award Dinner has recognized the top seven scholars from the junior and senior classes at Colusa High School. 

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The Yuba-Sutter area has an excessive heat warning in effect until Thursday evening, according to the National Weather Service.

A second no-cost OptumServe testing site will be opened in Wheatland starting Thursday, expanding the area’s ability to track COVID-19 by another 132 tests per day.

The Yuba-Sutter Economic Development Corporation awarded five businesses loans last week as part of the city of Marysville’s small business loan program, according to EDC President Brynda Stranix.

The Sutter County Children and Families Commission announced the roll out of the Life Jacket Loaner Program for infants and toddlers available starting last weekend.

Sutter High’s Landon Cooper wrapped up his last spring camp with the Huskies this week, is in full football mode and ready to take aim at the school’s 14th career Northern Section title (most of all-time). 

Rock blasting operations are scheduled for Thursday afternoon on the State Highway 20 construction project in the Timbuctoo area, according to a press release.

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Gary Pack lifted weights every day until the coronavirus restrictions closed the gym.

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Restrictions limiting social gatherings did not stop Colusa County veterans from honoring their brethren on Monday.

Work is underway on a vacant building on Stabler Lane in Yuba City to turn it into a psychiatric health and mental health rehabilitation center that will serve patients from throughout the north state.

The Marysville City Council approved the hiring of a planning consultant to update a long-term planning document called a housing element, according to Community Development Director Jonathan Wright.

Members of the Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War Henry C. Veatch Camp had a short ceremony at Marysville Historic Cemetery where Civil War veterans are buried.

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The Saturday Farmer’s Market was back and better than ever, Market Manager Desiree Silva said. 

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During these uncertain times brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, hard-working individuals need to be supported and cherished. 

The following events have been reported to us by organizers or have been taken from websites. As far as we know, these events are still set to continue as planned. Events that have been canceled or postponed will be marked as such. If an event has been canceled due to the coronavirus, please…

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Memorial Day will serve as the long-awaited soft opening for the local military museum.

The $83.6 million Simmerly Slough Bridge replacement project along Highway 70 is more than halfway done and significantly ahead of schedule, according to the California Department of Transportation.

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SYRCL, safety cohort urges safety along Yuba River during holiday weekend