Appeal Democrat

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 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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I-5 bus crash: New videos could help determine cause

National Transportation Safety Board officials investigating the deadly collision of a FedEx truck and a tour bus filled with high school students in Orland will examine two new pieces of video eviden ...

Support group helps those with Parkinson’s

By Leticia Gutierrez

Dragon on its way to restoration and display in New York City

Thousands of firecrackers exploded at the Bok Kai Temple on Monday, giving the dragon Moo Lung a proper send-off.

Marysville traffic work resumes today

Motorists will face traffic delays this morning in the vicinity of Ninth Street in Marysville as work picks up where it left off last fall on Caltrans' $46.5 million roadway reconstruction project in ...

Jury selection begins today in murder case

Jury selection is scheduled to begin today for the trial of a Yuba City woman accused of killing her mother-in-law with a small hatchet.

Brownsville bank closing on July 11

Gold Country Bank, which consolidated its Marysville and Yuba City branches last month, will be closing its Brownsville location on July 11.

Around Yuba-Sutter: Car crashes after driver falls asleep

Apr 14, 2014

A man who appears to have fallen asleep while driving his Jeep on Highway 99 collided with a truck Monday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Steve Dambeck is on a mission to promote Y-S wineries

For a longtime wine lover, Steven Dambeck isn't all that concerned about adhering to the strict guidelines of whether a cabernet or chardonnay best satisfies the palate with a particular dish. ...

Bridge Street project moves forward

Yuba City has taken another step forward in the ongoing project of widening portions of Bridge Street to four lanes.

Accidents snarl traffic on Friday

Apr 13, 2014

Two accidents snarled traffic in Marysville on Friday, according to police.