Several hundred people showed up Saturday for a double whammy of an event.
Interim Rideout Health CEO Robert Chason admits changes need to be made within the Yuba-Sutter area's largest nonprofit health care provider.
More than 800 people got their fill of music, beverages and food Saturday at the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds.
Assemblyman Dan Logue, R-Loma Rica, followed up his earlier opposition to new groundwater legislation by signing a letter to Gov. Jerry Brown urging the veto of three related bills.
Floral shirts, leis and the wafting notes of Hawaiian food were the theme of Saturday's 4th annual Luau.
Groundwater regulation in California appears inevitable, although what that will mean in the Sacramento Valley is largely unknown.
An active wildfire season fueled by the drought is burning through the coffers of state and federal agencies that combat the blazes, while a federal bill that would create an emergency fund for suppre
Roadwork scheduled on a section of Powerline Road in Olivehurst will affect traffic starting Monday, with traffic restricted to one lane or Powerline Road being closed at times.
A 14-year-old bicyclist suffered major injuries to his face and arm in a collision with a pickup in Olivehurst on Thursday.
Rideout Health board member Robert Chason, a retired CEO for the University of California, Davis, Medical Center, was appointed as the interim replacement for Theresa Hamilton.