Pickleball tournament raises thousands for local organizations
Yuba City organized its first Mayor’s Cup Pickleball Challenge last Friday on the city’s new courts at Sam Brannan Park and raised $4,540 to benefit local organizations.
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State passes new vaccine law
California has a new vaccine law, which will streamline the process through which doctors provide medical exemptions for vaccinations.
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Local horse rider thankful to be alive
After a horse riding incident sent Ginny Paschke into canal waters Tuesday afternoon, the Yuba City resident wants to thank the two strangers who helped save her and her horse from potential tragedy.
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Deadline is approaching for the REAL ID
Next October, a new type of identification will be required to board domestic flights and gain entry to secure federal facilities. The change is worrying many residents about requirements for being issued the new ID through the Department of Motor…
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Word On The Street: Community weighs in on Governor Newsom's death penalty executive order
We asked area residents what they think of the governor’s action. Here’s the first installment:
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120218: Classroom notes Twin Rivers
Our Sutter Buttes Olive Oil Fundraiser started Wednesday, Nov. 28 and will run until Dec. 7. Proceeds from this fundraiser will provide funds for field trips, extra materials for the classrooms and special events.
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120218: Classroom Notes Tierra Buena
Wednesday, Dec. 5 will be a Minimum Day. Teachers and staff will use the time for evaluating student progress, curriculum development, and materials preparation.
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120218: Classroom notes Franklin
On Tuesday, Dec. 4, we will have a special treat as the Wild Cat Education and Conservation Fund will present an assembly sponsored by the Parents Club. They will bring three-four wild cats and teach the students about their history,…
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