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Runner Announces Lower Excise Tax Rate on Gasoline

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Sacramento - State Board of Equalization Vice Chair George Runner today announced that California's excise tax on gasoline will decrease by six cents per gallon, from 36 cents to 30 cents per gallon, beginning July 1, 2015.

"This is welcome news for overtaxed Californians who had essentially


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Yuba-Sutter Salvation Army Distributing Cold Water in Marysville

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 With temperatures forecasted at reaching over the century mark, The Salvation Army of Yuba-Sutter will distribute bottles of cold water to the general public near the FoodMaxx in Marysville (6000 Lindhurst Ave) today and tomorrow, from noon to 2 pm.

“This is a small gesture we can


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PG&E Using Daily Air Patrols from Redding to Auburn to Help Detect Wildfires

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Patrols Successfully Spot, Report Fires in First Few Days of Operations       
 
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is conducting daily aerial fire patrols across hundreds of miles of its service area, including the Sierra

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Postal District Honors Local Medal of Honor Recipient (published 7/1/15)

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Postal District Honors Local Medal of Honor Recipient  (published 7/1/15)

Penn Valley, Ca.

 

On Memorial Day, May 25, 2015, at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, DC, the U.S. Postal Service issued the Medal of Honor: Vietnam War Forever Stamps now available at Sgt. Christopher Walker and Major James A. TaylorPost Offices


Read more: Postal District Honors Local Medal of Honor Recipient (published 7/1/15)


Lewis Mc Elfresh and the Adoption (published 7/1/15)

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by Lou Binninger

 

Sutter County Deputy Lewis Mc Elfresh is being held on felony charges of arranging a meeting with a child, unlawful sexual acts with a child, willful cruelty to a child and a misdemeanor charge of molestation and indecent exposure. Donny Pauling is also accused as a


Read more: Lewis Mc Elfresh and the Adoption (published 7/1/15)


Indian Tradition, Quench Thirst & Create Friendship (published 7/1/15)

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Indian Tradition, Quench Thirst & Create Friendship   (published 7/1/15)

By Surinder Mehta

An Indian Religious Tradition Combined with American holiday On Saturday, 4th Of July to cool down travelers on 1829 Franklin Road Yuba City.

 

The Siri Narayan-Hindhu Temple in Yuba City will pass out Free Soft drinks & Fruits in observance of Nirjal (without water)


Read more: Indian Tradition, Quench Thirst & Create Friendship (published 7/1/15)


Yuba County Boys Do Well at The Downieville Fathers Day Fishing Derby June 21 ,2015

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Derby winners: Third Place, Cody Weckman

of Brownsville, Second Place Dustin Wurm of

Marysville and First Place Ryan Goodnight of Brownsville.

The annual Downieville Fathers Day fishing Derby,

in Sierra County, was a great success. Sponsored by

numerous local vendors and Walmart in Yuba


Read more: Yuba County Boys Do Well at The Downieville Fathers Day Fishing Derby June 21 ,2015


The Foothill Lions Club Patriotism runs Deep (published 7/1/15)

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The Foothill Lions Club Patriotism runs Deep    (published 7/1/15)

When you enter the lounge, you will see a 6' X 10' American Flag beautifully displayed in an oak an glass case. This flag once flew over Hue City in Vietnam. It has seen some of the bloodiest carnage of the Vietnam War. It was presented to Purple Heart recipient Lion Michael Saala of the United


Read more: The Foothill Lions Club Patriotism runs Deep (published 7/1/15)


July 16th Public Hearing on Proposed Service & Policy Changes (published 7/1/15)

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 Marysville, CA.

A public hearing on proposed service and policy changes, primarily for Yuba-Sutter Transit’s local fixed route and Dial-A-Ride services, has been set for 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 16th at the Yuba County Government Center at 915 Eighth Street in Marysville.  The


Read more: July 16th Public Hearing on Proposed Service & Policy Changes (published 7/1/15)


Your One Minute News Digest (published 7/1/15)

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By Don Rae

  • Unfortunately the Pope’s advisors neglected to tell him that every time he breathes out, he is spreading CO2 into the atmosphere. As for his scientific antecedents, recall the Church did nasty things to Galileo when he proposed that the earth revolved around the sun. And how about

Read more: Your One Minute News Digest (published 7/1/15)


KrisAnne Hall guest speaker at Tea Party 4th of July BBQ prior to Tea Party meeting (published 7/1/15)

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KrisAnne Hall guest speaker at Tea Party  4th of July BBQ prior to Tea Party meeting           (published  7/1/15)

Yuba City, Ca,

The Sutter Buttes Tea Party Patriots announced KrisAnne Hall will be the Special Guest Speaker for their July 6, 2015, meeting at the Church of Glad Tidings, 1179 Eager Road, Live Oak.

 

Prior to their regular meeting the Sutter Buttes Tea Party will be celebrating the 4th


Read more: KrisAnne Hall guest speaker at Tea Party 4th of July BBQ prior to Tea Party meeting (published 7/1/15)


The University of California’s Insane Speech Police–Hate America is Policy (published 7/1/15)

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By Stephen Frank

You would think the old Soviet Politburo was in charge of the University of California. The leadership of the UC system is opposed to “microapggressions”. There is no such thing, so let me give you examples from the UC of phrases and statements that cannot be used at their


Read more: The University of California’s Insane Speech Police–Hate America is Policy (published 7/1/15)


Yuba Sutter Tea Party Guest Speaker Roger Morgan (published 7/1/15)

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Yuba Sutter Tea Party Guest Speaker Roger Morgan      (published 7/1/15)


Marysville, Ca.

The July 9th meeting of the Yuba Sutter Tea Party is as advertised as a lesson about the dangers of marijuana and how it affects our children and society. Marijuana is a hot issue for the Yuba Sutter Area and is a gateway drug to even more illegal drugs. Roger Morgan has


Read more: Yuba Sutter Tea Party Guest Speaker Roger Morgan (published 7/1/15)


4th of July Childrens Parade (published 7/1/15)

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Yuba City, Ca.

Saturday, July 4, at 10:00 a.m. is the free children's parade at Gauche Park, 421 C Street in Yuba City. Ages from 0 to 12 years.

Show your patriotic spirit and celebrate America’s Birthday at this annual event! Dress up in your best red, white and blue, decorate your bike or


Read more: 4th of July Childrens Parade (published 7/1/15)


No Transit Service on July 4th Holiday (published 7/1/15)

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Marysville, CA.

Yuba-Sutter Transit will not operate on Saturday, July 4, 2015 in observance of the Independence Day holiday.  The Yuba-Sutter Transit business offices will also be closed on Friday, July 3, 2015.

 Normal transit service will resume on Monday, July 6, 2015.

For more


Read more: No Transit Service on July 4th Holiday (published 7/1/15)


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