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Local representatives oppose groundwater legislation

Aug 29, 2014

Although a package of bills regulating groundwater appears to be on the way to the governor's desk, local legislators blasted the proposals, labeling them violations of private property rights that we ...

Boaters advised to be extra careful with water levels dangerously low

Aug 29, 2014

Those who plan to use their Labor Day weekend to get out on the water are being advised to take extra precautions due to low water levels caused by the drought. ...

Dealing with the drought: What you can do to your lawn

Aug 26, 2014

Brown lawns are becoming a more common sighting as watering restrictions spread throughout the state.

State of Jefferson: Would new state’s economy be sound?

Aug 23, 2014

The proposed State of Jefferson is either a giver or a taker, depending on the source you ask.

Yuba City food processor lays off 30

Aug 19, 2014

Thirty employees have been laid off from a Yuba City branch of food-processing company Valley Fine Foods.

State of Jefferson: Is secession feasible?

Aug 9, 2014

The unknowns and questions surrounding the State of Jefferson movement seem to multiply the more that details of the movement — to have northern counties pull out of California and form a new state —

Levee budget balloons by $17 million

Aug 5, 2014

Project delays and additional costs estimated at $17 million are expected for the Feather River West Levee Project since the discovery of a number of Native American archaeological sites.

Farm bill may ease ranchers’ pain

Jul 30, 2014

Editor's Note: This is second of two parts looking at local impacts of the 2014 Farm Bill.

‘Murky water’ for farm bill in Yuba-Sutter

Jul 29, 2014

Editor's Note: This is first of two parts looking at local impacts of the 2014 Farm Bill.

Tian Da Mela: Festivities represent progress for Indian women

Jul 27, 2014

The Tian Da Mela celebration on Sunday had it all — dancing, singing, drumming, jewelry and clothing vendors, raucous crowds and an overall celebration of a rich culture.

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