Marysville & Yuba City

Appeal Democrat
Roadwork Watch: Increase in Yuba-Sutter projects

May 18, 2015

Roadwork in the Mid-Valley is affecting motorists this week as Caltrans, Sutter County Development Services and the Yuba County Public Works Department complete projects at various sites.

Appeal Democrat
Plea deal reached in assault over pot

A Nevada County man known as "Hawkeye" pleaded no contest Monday to felony charges he assaulted his ex-employee he accused of stealing marijuana plants in February 2014.

Appeal Democrat
The Marysville Stampede is coming soon

Professional rodeo is once again coming to Yuba-Sutter this Memorial Day weekend as the 82nd annual Marysville Stampede fast approaches.

Appeal Democrat
Since You Asked: Why so many redwood trees?

May 17, 2015

Q: Joan Young, who lives in southwest Yuba City, recently moved back to town after being away for 12 years and was amazed by the number of redwood trees growing in the area. She's curious who planted ...

Appeal Democrat
Children, booze and Y-S

On a foggy morning in January 1999, a Ford Mustang careened off a Sutter County road, killing all four of its passengers.

Appeal Democrat
Suspect in attack posted on Facebook booked

May 16, 2015

A man accused of attacking his ex-girlfriend in her Plumas Lake home on Thursday night was booked into the Yuba County Jail on Saturday.

Appeal Democrat
Police emphasizing protection of pedestrians and bicyclists

Three people died in Yuba City last year while they were crossing streets outside a designated crosswalk and were struck by cars.

Appeal Democrat
Grog N’ Grub a sticky hit

Three generations of the Glover family sat on a bench with barbecue sauce-covered hands and lips eating ribs, tri-tip and chicken on Saturday during the fourth annual Grog N' Grub on Saturday at Bisho ...

Appeal Democrat
No arrest in Yuba City bank robbery

May 16, 2015

There has been no arrest yet in a Tri Counties Bank robbery that happened on Friday, according to a Yuba City Police sergeant.

Appeal Democrat
Bruce’s History Lessons: In God We Trust

May 16, 2015

One of America's guiding principles is the separation of church and state, but just as "there are no atheists in foxholes," historically, when our nation is in crisis, religious sentiments tend to fin

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