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Music of Yuba-Sutter
Performing pieces from Broadway, movie scores and classical orchestral pieces, the Yuba Sutter Oratorio Society has been bringing the joy of music to the area going on 81 years.
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Reflecting on the public safety power shutoff
Jenny Cavaliere said she was “very, very fortunate,” that her business, High Sierra Beef in Oregon House, was not ruined by the Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) shutoff that began last Wednesday morning and lasted until Saturday for some…
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Early College High School program allows students to earn high school diploma, associate's degree
Four years/two diplomas – that’s what students can earn through a program that the Yuba City Unified School District and Yuba College are offering.
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College visits offer a first-hand look at campuses
As high school students prepare to decide what college they may want to attend, they might decide to visit campuses to get a first-hand view.
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ADVICE: Are North Americans wimps when it comes to pain tolerance?
How do people in other countries handle pain following various surgical procedures? It’s a pertinent question today in view of the debate on opioid usage in North America. A recent report in JAMA Network Open, published by the American Medical…
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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 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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