Marysville & Yuba City

Appeal Democrat
Briefs: CHP with saturation patrols

Dec 13, 2013

As part of a winter holiday DUI campaign, the California Highway Patrol will be saturating unincorporated areas in Yuba and Sutter counties starting at 8 p.m. today and Saturday. The patrols continue ...

Appeal Democrat
Clinic expansion grows health care options in Olivehurst

Finishing touches are being put on Ampla Health's $3.3 million expansion and upgrade of its Lindhurst clinic — providing more space for patients and a potential boost for Olivehurst Avenue.

Appeal Democrat
Stroll returns to Yuba City

Changes have come to the annual Christmas Stroll on Plumas Street this year, giving residents and visitors more time to leisurely enjoy the event.

Appeal Democrat
Marysville-Olivehurst parade rivalry is on – all in good fun

There's a friendly rivalry growing between Marysville and Olivehurst over their annual Christmas parades, at least according to the Olivehurst organizers.

Appeal Democrat
No-contest plea in rape of teen in Yuba County

Tommy D. Hall pleaded no contest on Wednesday to raping an intoxicated 15-year-old girl while he was a senior at Lindhurst High School and to a separate charge of battery with a hate-crime enhancement ...

Appeal Democrat
Pot proponents vow appeal to state Supreme Court in Live Oak case

A California organization that supports medical marijuana said Wednesday it will ask the state Supreme Court to consider Live Oak's medical pot ban.

Appeal Democrat
Air district, citing poor quality, asks residents to stop burning

Dec 12, 2013

Yuba-Sutter residents are being asked to refrain from using their wood stoves and fireplaces today because the air quality is expected to be poor for unhealthy and sensitive people.

Appeal Democrat
West named mayor of Wheatland

Wheatland City Councilman Rick West has been elected by his fellow council members to serve a second consecutive year as mayor.

Appeal Democrat
Ready For Pickin’ ….


Appeal Democrat
Officials hope for big crowds at Marysville meetings

Marysville Mayor Ricky Samayoa is hoping for strong public turnouts today and Friday for community meetings on the city's Bounce Back economic development initiative.

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