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.
A Live Oak couple was taken to U.C. Davis Medical Center in Sacramento after a kitchen fire started with cooking oil burned them Tuesday night, Live Oak Fire Department Capt. Bill Cochran told the App
The driver and all three passengers of a Toyota sedan crossing Highway 99 at Oswald Road in Yuba City were killed when the vehicle struck a black Mercedes driving south at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, according