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Sutter County’s ignored 911 system to see upgrade

Jun 12, 2013

A chance to shop for upgrades on an outdated Sutter County 911 system — one that has no guarantee of replacement parts if it failed — was missed because officials failed to act when told of the problem a year ago. The Sutter County Sheriff's...

23.5 Sutter County jobs could be cut

Jun 11, 2013

Sutter County officials presented the recommended budget for the 2013-2014 fiscal year on Tuesday, and 23.5 positions are being eliminated in it. The budget includes the consolidation of the county's Community Services, Public Works and Information...

$3.2 million for school construction in Yuba-Sutter

Jun 4, 2013

The state awarded more than $3 million to two Yuba-Sutter school districts last month to be used on construction projects. The Marysville Joint Unified School District will use its $3.2 million — distributed by the State Allocation Board — for...

Yuba City officials detail China trade mission accomplishments

May 30, 2013

Yuba City officials are eager to get moving on a plan to increase the amount of agricultural products exported to China after returning last week from a 10-day trip. Although it could take years before its impacts are felt locally, Mayor John...

Ceremony, tours set for new Rideout emergency room in Marysville

May 28, 2013

Emergency room patients will no longer receive treatment in the halls of Rideout Memorial Hospital, thanks to the recent completion of a new hospital wing with a ribbon-cutting ceremony set for today. The 5,000-square-foot expansion will add 13...

Grateful Nation in Yuba City to honor veterans

May 25, 2013

It's been 20 years since Michael A. Ciociola and his family sat in their living room, thinking of ways to show appreciation for those who've served in the armed forces beyond the traditional "thank you." But what started as a brainstorming session in...

WAPA will pay for removing trees

May 21, 2013

A federal agency wants farmers to clear orchard trees lying beneath its power lines, and it's willing to pay them to do so. The Western Area Power Administration, a division of the U.S. Department of Energy, is pursuing a plan calling for the...

Yuba-Sutter students help make community air-aware

May 21, 2013

Smoke, smog, pollen and pollutants — these are just a few things people breath into their lungs unknowingly. But thanks to junior high Girl Scouts Maria Garcia and Alexa Carrera-Griggs, students at St. Isidore are now prepared. Every day, Garcia...

Homeless numbers rise in Yuba-Sutter

May 18, 2013

Homelessness is on the minds of several Yuba-Sutter agencies and individuals this month with the recent seventh annual Homeless Summit and the Homeless One Stop planned for Friday. More than 800 people in the area are reported as homeless, said John...

Sutter County supervisors OK layoffs; more cuts loom

May 14, 2013

The Sutter County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday night approved a plan to lay off employees and reorganize departments in the first effort to bail the county out of its brewing financial troubles. Seven people will receive layoff notices on May 29...



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