Marysville & Yuba City

Appeal Democrat
376-acre tract now protected

Agriculture is the heart of Yuba-Sutter, and a new conservation easement will ensure that 376 acres of local farm land will stay that way forever.

Appeal Democrat
Anthem, Blue Shield criticized for doctor networks

SACRAMENTO — Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield of California, two of California's largest health insurers, misled customers about the number of doctors in their networks under plans sold through the s

Appeal Democrat
FBI dubs North State robber ‘Bad Breath Bandit’

Nov 19, 2014

The FBI is looking for a person they've labeled the "Bad Breath Bandit."

Appeal Democrat
Holiday happenings planned around the Mid-Valley

Nov 19, 2014

Yuba City

Appeal Democrat
Veterans Council holding annual event

Nov 19, 2014

A local veteran, a business that supports veterans and a civilian who also helps in veterans affairs are being recognized Thursday in the eighth annual Town Hall Meeting sponsored by the Yuba Sutter U ...

Appeal Democrat
Mid-Valley Roadwork: Nov. 19, 2014

Nov 19, 2014

Motorists can expect various moving lane closures, as well as closed road shoulders, at various locations this week during projects underway by the California Department of Transportation.

Appeal Democrat
Not many women in government

This year's election season unfolded with a common theme — more men than women ran for office, and of the women who ran, a majority lost.

Appeal Democrat
Marysville Police chief resigns

Marysville Police Chief David Baker has resigned from his position with the city and will be replaced by Deputy Chief Aaron Easton, City Manager Walter Munchheimer said.

Appeal Democrat
Man arrested after refusing to drop knife

Several police officers and deputies had guns drawn in downtown Marysville after a passenger in a vehicle refused to drop a knife during a routine traffic stop at about 2 p.m. Monday. ...

Appeal Democrat
Hands of Hope helps the homeless

"Everyone deserves to have a shower, warm clothes and someone to listen to," said Barbara Paterson, president of Hands of Hope in Yuba City.

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