For Kathleen Snyder of Yuba-Sutter, Suicide Awareness Month is personal.
Yuba City organized its first Mayor’s Cup Pickleball Challenge last Friday on the city’s new courts at Sam Brannan Park and raised $4,540 to benefit local organizations.
After a horse riding incident sent Ginny Paschke into canal waters Tuesday afternoon, the Yuba City resident wants to thank the two strangers who helped save her and her horse from potential tragedy.
Next October, a new type of identification will be required to board domestic flights and gain entry to secure federal facilities. The change is worrying many residents about requirements for being issued the new ID through the Department of Motor Vehicles.
The Yuba Watershed Protection & Fire Safe Council is hosting an informational meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Alcouffe Center for individuals looking for ways to help with home fire-safe upgrades and to improve their defensible space.
Dozens of people headed down to the river in Colusa last weekend, not for a fun-filled day of sand and surf, but to get their hands dirty as part of the eighth annual Colusa River Cleanup, sponsored by Premier Mushrooms.
The Yuba Water Agency approved a $45,000 grant Tuesday to launch a Firewise USA Site Activation Program meant to help reduce the risk of wildfires in the Yuba County foothills.
With two lanes open, drivers, cyclists and pedestrians are getting a taste of the new Fifth Street Bridge and the work to complete the four-lane roadeway by next year is ongoing.
A woman had to be life-flighted to an area hospital Monday night after a Yuba City man allegedly shot her in the neck with a pellet gun following a verbal altercation.
A group of armed intruders wearing dark clothes and masks forced their way early Monday morning into a home near Forbestown where an illegal cannabis grow was located, according to a press release from the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department.
The suspect in Monday’s multi-jurisdictional vehicle pursuit that ended in an officer-involved shooting in Yuba City had been released from the Sacramento County Jail shortly before the crime spree began on Monday. The Yuba City Police Department confirmed the suspect’s identity on Tuesday a…
Some Yuba-Sutter residents saw some ominous-looking clouds Monday afternoon – including funnel clouds – many shared their pictures and videos of the rapidly rotating and changing funnels.
Some local school districts are experiencing a shortage of school bus drivers, affecting services provided to students – mainly for extracurricular activities.
A 28-year-old Olivehurst man was arrested early Sunday morning for allegedly assaulting and threatening a woman with a knife. During a search of the suspect’s residence, law enforcement located a fully-automatic handgun that had been assembled at home and high capacity magazines.
A 33-year-old Olivehurst man was sentenced to 21 years in state prison Monday after pleading no contest to continuous sexual abuse of a minor and furnishing a controlled substance to a minor.
At tonight’s Marysville City Council meeting, Caltrans will present an expansion plan regarding its Highway 70 safety improvement project in Yuba County near Marysville between Laurellen Road and the South Honcut Creek Bridge.
The Yuba County Board of Supervisors this week passed the final version of a $227 million 2019-20 budget. According to a press release from the county, the budget sets aside additional funds to guard against any future downturn in the economy.
In observance of Mexican Independence day, Cedar Lane Elementary school in Olivehurst will host their first Latino American food and dance festival from 3 p.m.-5 p.m. on campus Monday (today).
The California Department of Water Resources still has unfinished business at Lake Oroville, despite completion of major construction on the spillways earlier this year following the 2017 events that triggered more than 180,000 people living downstream to evacuate.
The cowboys were riding, the bucks were broncing and the dust was flying as day one of the 2019 Marysville Stampede kicked off at the Cotton Rosser Arena in Beckwourth Riverfront Park in Marysville on Saturday. We strapped on our boots and headed down to check out some of the wrangling actio…
When Kathleen O’Connor was a child, her father, who was a realtor, would take her to court proceedings to observe the attorneys in action. Afterwards, they’d discuss what they liked about a certain attorney’s presentation and what about another’s made it less compelling.
Veterans, family members of service members, and community members walked along the memorial wall Friday morning looking over the 58,320 names of men and women who died during the Vietnam War.
The Pacific Gas and Electric Company agreed in principle with entities representing approximately 85 percent of insurance subrogation claims to an $11 billion settlement to resolve claims from the 2017 Northern California wildfires and 2018 Camp Fire.
The lassos were twirling and the dust was flying at the Cotton Rosser Arena in Beckwourth Riverfront Park in Marysville Thursday night for the Marysville Stampede Local Team Roping Qualifier.
A Yuba City man arrested in 2016 for attempting to arrange to have sex with a child he met on the website Craigslist, who he later found to be an undercover investigator, was found guilty by a jury this week.
Yuba County supervisors Tuesday voted to appeal a Superior Court ruling delivered Monday finding that Measure K, approved by rural county voters in 2018, should have been classified as a special tax.
Cars were shooed off the road to make way for the clip-clop of hooves as more than 70 cattle were ushered through town by cowboys from the Flying U Rodeo and other dignitaries.
PG&E recently proposed its plans to reorganize as part of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process. Under the proposal, the company said it would meet its commitment to fairly compensate wildfire victims.
Caltrans, California Highway Patrol and local officials will announce a major traffic shift and a local road closure on the Highway 70 construction project near Oroville, according to a Caltrans press release.
The thousands who were killed or injured in the terrorist attack against the U.S. 18 years ago were remembered yesterday during a ceremony hosted by members of the Yuba-Sutter Fraternal Order of Leatherheads Society (a group of firefighters).
Children enrolled in classes at Viking Woodworks and Learning Center spent countless hours over the spring and summer months working on a community garden in downtown Marysville.
Agriculture around the region is big business. So much so that it nearly accounted for $1 billion in business in Colusa County last year, according to the most recent crop report released by the Agricultural Commissioner’s Office.