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Yuba City refinances Gauche Park debt

Oct 8, 2015

Yuba City is set to save about $600,000 after refinancing its debt on Gauche Aquatic Park, but only after putting up the city's corporation yard as collateral.

Yuba City awards contract for Bridge Street work

Oct 7, 2015

Work to reconstruct a crumbling portion of Bridge Street is set to begin, but the project's cost was almost $600,000 more than Yuba City anticipated.

Harvest the Arts on Saturday in Live Oak

Oct 7, 2015

The sun will be setting over the Sutter Buttes, local food and wine will be flowing outside a historic farmstead and a host of local artists will join to create a diverse and colorful cross-section of ...

Yuba City official frets about water conservation

Oct 1, 2015

Once again, Yuba-Sutter residents have answered the call to conserve water.

Supervisors won’t renew Sutter County administrator’s contract

Sep 30, 2015

Sutter County supervisors announced Tuesday they will not renew the three-year contract of County Administrator Jim Arkens.

Tractor company opening in Olivehurst

Sep 30, 2015

A newly announced tractor assembly and distribution company in Olivehurst will create up to 30 jobs in the region and have an economic impact of $18 million over the next five years, according to offi ...

Sutter County’s 5th, where water, ag and flood control meet

Sep 25, 2015

Think about some of the major issues that define Sutter County — water, agriculture, flooding — and you'll find them in District 5, the largest supervisorial district in the county.

California Swan set to take flight in November

Sep 18, 2015

Yuba-Sutter is once again getting primed to celebrate its local winter waterfowl, drought or no drought.

Hundreds at Taste of Yuba-Sutter

Sep 11, 2015

Food, beer, wine and cliché newspaper opening lines were all in the works Friday night at the annual Taste of Yuba-Sutter at the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds.

Walnut glut hurts prices

Sep 10, 2015

Walnut prices have dropped dramatically this year, driven by a weakened international market and an abundant local supply.

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