An event is planned this weekend to celebrate the day in 1865 when enslaved Black people learned they had been freed.
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…
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.
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…
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.
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.
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.
Sutter County Superior Court Judge Susan Green declared a hung jury in the trial of a Rio Linda man charged in the death of a 21-year-old Roseville resident.
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.
The United States filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California on Monday against a state skilled nursing chain and its owner – the company owns a Yuba City skilled nursing center.
The Yuba Watershed Protection & Fire Safe Council is being awarded a $20,000 grant meant to support a defensible space assistance program in Yuba County heading into wildfire season.
Local resident Elizabeth Lepe Arredondo’s family went to a bike party in Sacramento where people gathered and were riding decorated bikes in different styles.
A Marysville man was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole after being found guilty of forcible oral copulation on a minor, forcible rape of a minor, and domestic violence.
So far this year, California has already experienced a 26 percent increase in wildfire activity and a 58 percent increase in acres burned compared to last year, according to CAL FIRE.
The Beale Fire in Yuba County had burned 150 acres and was 90 percent contained as of Monday, according to Yuba County Emergency Operations Manager Briana Haberman.
A survey is being conducted in Yuba County that will help county officials develop a strategic master broadband plan that will chart a course for improving broadband availability and adoption.
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.
The Yuba Community College District Governing Board appointed an interim chancellor last week following the departure of Dr. Douglas Houston.
Butte County Public Health, along with Enloe Medical Center and Orchard Hospital, are planning a community COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Gridley on Thursday.
A year removed from being online-only due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a more traditional Junior Livestock auction returned to the grounds of T.K. Marshall Arena Saturday, culminating about a four-month process for local chapters of the Future Farmers of America.
Four months after breaking ground, crews are making progress on the initial stages of constructing the Tri-County Juvenile Rehabilitation Facility in Marysville.
The Yuba City Downtown Business Association has been given permission to close several streets next weekend for the annual Summer Stroll event along Plumas Street.
Local lawmakers are looking for answers after Gov. Gavin Newsom announced his decision to keep in place California’s current state of emergency despite the planned ending of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy framework on June 15.
The Pacific Gas and Electric Company announced there are programs available to assist customers impacted by power shutoff events that are initiated during severe weather in an effort to prevent wildfires.
June marks Pride Month to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community and toward the end of the month, a local LGBTQ+ nonprofit serving Yuba, Sutter and Colusa counties will be celebrating the opening of their own center in Marysville.
Even around 8 a.m. on Thursday, the casino floor at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain bustled with activity. The casino has been a popular spot since opening in the fall of 2019 and is in the process of expanding its facilities over the next year.
Yuba Sutter Arts & Culture, in collaboration with the Sutter Children & Families Commission, will host an evening of COVID-inspired songs by a local musician this month.
Yuba County schools will soon have their traditional drinking fountains replaced with touchless water-filling stations thanks to a collaborative effort and grants.
While the midway will be void of the sights, sounds and smells of the annual Colusa County Fair, which was canceled this year, several fair-related activities are planned around Colusa this weekend.
Following the resignation of Live Oak Mayor Luis Hernandez last month, city officials are in search of a replacement and are hoping to appoint a new city council member in the weeks ahead.
With California experiencing its second consecutive dry year, the California Public Utilities Commission, the State Water Resources Control Board, and the California Department of Water Resources is calling on local and regional water suppliers to increase conservation efforts, develop a con…
Crews continued to strengthen containment lines and extinguish hot spots on Wednesday for a grass fire that broke out in the area of Intanko Lane and Kapaka Lane, northeast of Wheatland, the afternoon prior, according to the CAL FIRE Nevada-Yuba-Placer Unit (NEU).
A retired Yuba County Sheriff’s Office canine is in need of a rhinoscopy and community members have lent a hand by donating to a GoFundMe set up by the sheriff’s canine association.
With fire engine sirens blaring, members of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars Color Guard carried flags to lead the 49th annual Pioneer Day in Williams on Saturday morning, hosted by Citizens for a Better Williams.
The Yuba City Early Riser Kiwanis Club received a donation from IQ Fit Smart Training this week that will help fund the local organization’s youth scholarship program that benefits Yuba-Sutter students.