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Growing pains for Neighborhood Watch

Jul 28, 2015

As a National Night Out event on Aug. 4 will bring attention to Neighborhood Watch programs, the newest group in Yuba City continues to make some progress, though it is struggling through some growing ...

Salmon numbers ‘alarming’ in Yuba River

Jul 28, 2015

The number of returning spring-run Chinook salmon in the Yuba River has plummeted to record-low levels so far this year, renewing concerns about the possible extinction of the species' wild population ...

Gallagher: From ports to drought to economics

Jul 28, 2015

From the port slowdown to the drought, the economy to the ever-evolving needs of his constituency, it's been an eventful first year for Sutter County native James Gallagher as state assemblyman. ...

Mixed report card on credit ratings

Jul 23, 2015

Much like the citizens they serve, local governments, too, have to worry about credit ratings when it's time to borrow money.

Yuba City OKs incentives for infill development

Jul 23, 2015

A change of boundaries of a Yuba City development map could pave the way for two new apartment complexes in the city, as well as bolster the possibility of future growth. ...

Mercury information posted at lakes, reservoirs

Jul 14, 2015

Yuba-Sutter residents visiting the main reservoirs in Yuba County will now have information about how to avoid consuming mercury-infested fish, thanks to a local educational effort.

Lot’s appraisal of $1 sheds light on Yuba City redevelopment process

Jul 11, 2015

A vacant lot the former Yuba City Redevelopment Agency purchased for $2 million in 2003 has been appraised at $1, although the particulars of how that occurred means wading into the hazy fallout of re ...

Many more people coming to Y-S

Jul 10, 2015

If state Department of Finance projections are correct, Yuba-Sutter is poised for a massive surge in population in the next 40 years, far surpassing the growth expected statewide.

$3M Yuba River study begins

Jul 8, 2015

A $3 million study looking at the feasibility of various habitat improvements along the Yuba River is underway.

Shasta reductions finalized

Jul 8, 2015

A plan to reduce releases from Lake Shasta to help endangered fish species was made official on Tuesday by the State Water Resources Control Board.

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