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Girl power on display at Teeyan da Mela festival

Aug 31, 2014

Thousands of women had the chance to sit back, relax and watch dozens of performances at the 16th annual Teeyan da Mela Sunday at the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds.

400 turn out for Brownsville Blues Festival

Aug 31, 2014

Fresh off their Jamaican honeymoon, Tricia and Tommy Thompson weren't about to miss out on dancing to live blues music being performed in the Yuba County foothills.

Sutter County deputies kill suspect

Aug 27, 2014

Sutter County sheriff's deputies on Wednesday shot and killed an armed man who charged them after a Taser failed to stop him, authorities said.

Accident victims identified

Aug 25, 2014

The four Yuba City residents who died in a single-vehicle rollover accident on Highway 20 between Colusa and Yuba City on Saturday were identified on Monday.

Locally grown food on the menu at YES Charter Academy

Aug 24, 2014

Being a picky eater, 9-year-old Sarah McSweeney said she doesn't eat many fruits or vegetables.

Teeyan da Mela women’s festival to take the stage

Aug 24, 2014

An afternoon of dancing, singing and live performances returns Sunday to the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds for the 16th annual Teeyan da Mela women's festival.

Officials struggle to identify crash victims

Aug 24, 2014

The four Yuba City residents who died in a single-vehicle rollover accident on Highway 20 between Colusa and Yuba City on Saturday have yet to be identified.

Customer brings gun in restaurant following dispute

Aug 18, 2014

A Beale Air Force Base military police officer who also works as a security guard for a local private security company put his training to the test Saturday night at a Yuba City fast-food restaurant. ...

Interim president named at Yuba College

Aug 17, 2014

While the search for a permanent president for Yuba College continues, Dr. Jane Harmon has stepped in to fill the role of interim president.

Gold Trader Flat a ‘world-class little museum’

Aug 17, 2014

Those interested in taking a step back in time into the Gold Rush era where streets were lined with wood-framed buildings only need to drive to Forbestown.

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