Forget about Black Friday.
Marysville's efforts to restore itself to prosperity begin with the E Street corridor, consultants for the city's Bounce Back economic development plan said last week.
After having more than 200 Christmas gifts stolen hours before the Salvation Army planned to give them away to needy families Friday, new donations have been pouring in.
Yuba City City Hall and noncritical city government offices are closed Monday to Friday through a combination of holidays and the city's furlough program.
Friday's rain washed away a road in Yuba County but failed to wash away the drought that continues to grip the area.
(Editor's Note: Readers are advised the following story contains information about charges and accusations involving child moestation.)
More than 200 Christmas gifts intended for needy families were stolen from a warehouse at the Peach Tree Mall on Thursday night or early Friday, according to Chaya Galicia with the Yuba-Sutter Salvati
Gallagher vice-chair of committee
At a time when gas prices across the nation are tumbling to five-year lows, Marysville-Yuba City commuters are reaping the benefits of the state's lowest prices.
One of three teen boys involved in a kidnapping plot in the foothills was given a chance at probation on Friday.