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It’s been two weeks since Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain opened its doors. The facility has seen steady crowds since and is working to refine its operations to accommodate the expected crowds over the holidays to come. 

Thanks to a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Sutter County Fire Dept. will be able to hire six fire engineers to help staff two of their three stations as they seek to solve funding issues that have left the department understaffed.

The Marijuana Enforcement Team Yuba, Yuba County Code Enforcement and the Yuba-Sutter Narcotics Enforcement team served a search warrant for a property in Challenge where an illegal indoor marijuana grow was located, according to Yuba County Sheriff’s Office public information officer Leslie…

A Yuba City man pleaded not guilty to five felony counts, which included oral copulation or sexual penetration with a child under 10, continuous sexual abuse of a child under 14, two counts of lewd or lascivious acts with a child under 14, and possession of child pornography.

While the weather has been calm and warm lately, winds are in the forecast next week. The National Weather Service reports gusty, dry northerly winds, possibly for Tuesday or Wednesday as a low pressure system moves in.

Yuba County supervisors approved an urgency ordinance this week that lays out where camping and storage of personal property is prohibited in the unincorporated parts of the county.

The Yuba Community College District announced it had issued the remaining $33.5 million in bonds that were approved by district voters in 2016, which will allow the district to access needed funds for the acquisition and improvement of real property and the furnishing, building and equipping…

Yuba City resident Elias Garibay was enjoying dinner Friday at Tortilleria Flores in Yuba City when a woman ran into the restaurant, holding her infant child and trying to get away from her allegedly abusive partner.

The Yuba Community College District has plans for up to $228.4 million in improvements to several of its campuses across the region – including its Linda and Sutter County campuses. Before that can happen though, district residents will have to agree to take on more in property taxes.

To get people into the holiday spirit, the Colusa County Fairgrounds will host the 33rd annual Colusa Holiday Craft Faire and Gift Show this weekend at the fairgrounds located at 1303 Tenth Street in Colusa. 

Yuba-Sutter residents won’t have to wait much longer to get their fix of never-ending salad and breadsticks as Olive Garden is set to open its new Yuba City location later this week.

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Personnel from the Sutter County and Meridian fire departments took part in a training burn at a house on Paseo Road in Live Oak on Saturday. 

With the reduction of Colusa County ambulance services looming for just over a month, officials have been working to come up with solutions before the cuts go into effect on Friday. 


Thousands lined the streets in downtown Marysville Monday morning for the return – and 17th edition – of the Yuba-Sutter Veterans Day Parade.

The final frame of the Fifth Street Bridge is currently under construction with the entire project scheduled to be completed by the end of summer 2020, according to project manager Mehrdad Varzandeh. 

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Yuba County looks to be poised to crack down on unauthorized camping and storage of private property in the unincorporated parts of the county, particularly in the river bottoms along the area’s waterways, as officials consider adopting an urgency ordinance.

Marysville Elks Lodge member and volunteer Michelle Stewart held back tears as she stood behind trays of eggs, pancakes and other breakfast foods, all available for free for veterans and active military members Monday morning.


Described by many as a hidden jewel of Yuba County, the Museum of the Forgotten Warriors continues to inspire awe among the many visitors who lose themselves learning about the thousands and thousands of war relics and personal stories that hang on its walls.

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People gathered to view, learn about and purchase gems and minerals at the annual show put on by the Sutter Buttes Gem and Mineral Society over the weekend. 

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New housing starts have been hard to come by across the state since the economic downturn, but Sutter County could see one of its townships grow substantially in the near future if officials decide to move forward with a proposed subdivision.

Housing looms as one of the big issues for the Yuba-Sutter area – the lack of affordable housing, rising rents. Here’s  what locals had to say about the area’s housing market.

It might have been somewhat of an average year of power generation, but the revenues realized were unlike any the Yuba Water Agency has seen since taking over hydropower facilities along the Yuba River in 2016.

Officers from the Yuba City Police Department responded to a call of shots fired at Tortilla Flores Restaurant, located on the 100 block of Percy Avenue, just after 8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 8. 


The Yuba-Sutter area is located smack dab in the middle of the Pacific Flyway, the path that migratory birds travel each fall.

Housing looms as one of the big issues for the Yuba-Sutter area -- the lack of affordable housing, rising rents. Here’s  what locals had to say about the area’s housing market.

For many, the holidays are a time for giving back and supporting the less fortunate in the community. An annual Turkey Drive has put food on the table for some of the area’s most-in- need families for over a decade, and organizers hope this year’s event can build on past successes.

A Yuba City native and filmmaker garnered awards and a licensing deal with HBO for his short film. David Mansanalez wrote and produced “Slipping Into Darkness,” which focuses on generational incarceration in the Latino community.

The Yuba-Sutter area is bustling with all things birds, as day two of the California Swan Festival kicks off. 

The Marysville City Council voted Tuesday, 4-1, to adopt a new ordinance opening up the city’s  two dispensaries to recreational cannabis. In addition, the council approved adding regulations on mobile deliveries. Vice Mayor Stephanie McKenzie dissented.