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Appeal Democrat The Appeal-Democrat has grown with the California Mid-Valley community – from the unpaved paths that led to the gold fields to the cyberspace of appealdemocrat.com. The newspaper is a direct descendant of a line of newspapers that dates back to the Marysville Herald, which debuted August 6, 1850, two years after gold was discovered nearby at Sutter’s Mill. The Appeal-Democrat’s professional portfolio of services include media buying, graphic design and print, interactive products and services, business consultation and marketing strategies. These services, combined with the reach of Yuba-Sutter’s premier newspaper and website have been helping business achieve success for over 150 years. The Appeal-Democrat is part the newspaper division of Freedom Communications, a national owned information and entertainment company of print publications, broadcast television stations and interactive businesses. Freedom’s newspaper publications have a combined circulation of more than one million subscribers.

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Jury told to focus on Kaur’s actions

"This isn't a murder where you feel righteous anger toward the defendant," prosecuting attorney Cameron King said to jurors.

FBI: One bank suspect, another potential job

Two Yuba City bank robberies this month are believed to be linked to the same suspect, a spokeswoman for the regional office of the FBI said Wednesday.

Glimmer of hope in Marysville finances

There are indications Marysville's financial situation may be getting better, City Manager Walter Munchheimer told the City Council on Tuesday.

Around Yuba-Sutter: Second forum is tonight

Yuba City

Yuba-Sutter unemployment rate flat

The Yuba-Sutter unemployment rate remained the same in March from February, according to Employment Development Department numbers released last week.

Attorneys on trial: Vasquez: No secrets

David Vasquez testified on Wednesday that he asked for language regarding a victim's right to not testify to be included in a civil agreement because he wanted transparency.

Around the region: County ready to ban pot growth

Colusa

Conviction upheld in Olivehurst double murder

A state appeals court has upheld the double-murder conviction of the getaway driver in an Olivehurst pot robbery.

Man held in alleged molestations

Apr 23, 2014

A Marysville man who investigators believe was involved in sexual acts with three minors is in custody at the Yuba County Jail.

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