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Local filmmaker Radu Sava's documentary "A California original: The Grey Pine story," will be shown at the Nevada City Film Festival. The film focuses on... [Read More]
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New to the area, Shelly Long of Yuba City said she was excited to find out more about what her new community has to offer... [Read More]
Inspired by a controversial fixture commonly found throughout the region, a local filmmaker's creation will be one of the 100 films selected to compete at... [Read More]
We ask our Facebook friends for their opinions on a variety of issues every week. This week, we focused on California being the first state... [Read More]
A Yuba City man died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after a standoff with law enforcement Friday. [Read More]
Re: Linda Water... [Read More]
We live in volatile economic times, with global markets reacting moment by moment to the latest bits of data and the utterances of central bankers... [Read More]
The Yuba-Sutter area's unemployment rate stayed the same in July compared to the month prior, according to the most recent statistics provided by the state... [Read More]
Marysville High School math teacher and activities director Ryan Wallace works with students on campus. [Read More]
We're impressed with some of the forward thinking by area officials when it comes to that area in Yuba County around the amphitheater and new... [Read More]
Courtesy photo... [Read More]
California legislators reconvened from summer break last week and are headed into their final month or so. [Read More]
Dance With Our Stars, the annual fundraiser for Adventist Health/Rideout Hospital is set to happen Thursday – the 9th rendition of the popular local event. [Read More]
The Editorial Board of the Appeal-Democrat recently engaged in a bit of navel-gazing with its article about gun control arguments following the latest of America's... [Read More]
The City of Marysville will be considering sewer rate increases at their public hearing on September 17, 2019, at 6 p.m. The initial increases start... [Read More]
DUI arrest... [Read More]
Desalination began to lose its urgency among Californians and their public officials two years ago, after the drought-busting winter of 2016-17, when heavy rain and... [Read More]
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