By Laura van der Meer/A-D Web Editor

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Marysville market to open for business

May 18, 2013

After some uncertainty, Marysville's Friday Night Market is back on. The Marysville Business Improvement District on Monday scrapped the market, claiming it could not go forward without the support of downtown businesses. In late April, a petition...

Gas prices expected to keep rising until Memorial Day

May 16, 2013

Gas prices are rising, and Yuba-Sutter drivers won't be spared — especially as the three-day Memorial Day weekend looms. AAA this week reported a 2 percent increase over last month for the area's fuel price. It's among the lowest in California, at...

Multimedia mixes with jazz at Marysville concert

May 16, 2013

Sam Allen taught his son how to read music and play piano, and now his son is grown up and telling his father’s life story through jazz. John Allen will perform “An Evening with John Allen and Friends – More than Just Jazz” on Friday as part...

Women in Yuba-Sutter share joys of motherhood

May 11, 2013

'We have FaceTime' Tausha Zehnpfund, 26 Plumas Lake Tausha Zehnpfund's husband is stationed at Beale Air Force Base as an aircraft mechanic and is deployed overseas for a year. He left for South Korea in March. "This one is really long," she said....

Remaining hurdles may stall Yuba County casino plans

May 8, 2013

Yuba County residents are anxiously awaiting word about the fate of the Enterprise Rancheria casino, following last week's go-ahead for another site, but a watchdog group says issues remain before land can be taken into trust. The Assembly last week...

Rockers hold concert to benefit Relay for Life

May 8, 2013

Young rockers in Yuba-Sutter agree: It's great to have fun and help someone at the same time. That's the goal for an upcoming show at the Lee Burrows Center for the Arts to benefit the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, featuring Fighting With...

EBT to debut at Yuba-Sutter farmers markets

May 6, 2013

Good news for both shoppers and vendors: Low-income residents are getting improved access to locally grown food. For the first time, four farmers markets in Yuba-Sutter will be offering Electronic Benefit Transfer access. The system allows people to...

Yuba City woman’s trick at 105? Happiness and family

May 2, 2013

Ila Anderson says happiness and family are the keys to longevity. "Being happy and having all my kids around me," the Yuba City resident said Thursday with a smile when asked for the secret to living a long life. She turned 105 years old today. When...

Events set to benefit Yuba-Sutter homeless

Apr 28, 2013

Advocates are planning two events in May to support the homeless in Yuba-Sutter, with the first designed to bring attention to recent data. The Sutter-Yuba Homeless Consortium said 813 people are homeless in the area and 194 of them are children....

Donations needed to keep things running at Yuba-Sutter nonprofits

Apr 27, 2013

Nonprofits in Yuba-Sutter are struggling financially due to economic constraints, and volunteers are working even harder to keep programs alive. The Nonprofit Resource Center in Sacramento, which supports 18 counties including Yuba and Sutter, said...

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