Marysville, Ca.

 

 

Fenix Drum Dance at the Burrows

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have you ever been to a music, theater or dance performance and thought, “Gee, I wish I could do that.”  Well here is your chance to not only witness a unique performance, but to learn what goes into bringing it to life on stage.

 

          Yuba Sutter Arts is pleased to welcome back to its Burrows Theater, the Fenix Drum and Dance Company from Sacramento. Fenix is a performing troupe specializing in drumming and dance from West Africa, the Congo and the Caribbean. Their high energy multi-generational, multi-ethnic group highlights the richness and complexity of traditional dance and music of the African diaspora.

 

The concert will be held on Saturday, February 29th in The Burrows Theater at 630 E Street in Marysville. Doors open at 6:30pm and the concert starts at 7:00.  Tickets are $15 for General Admission.  Refreshments will be available.

 

          The program Fenix will present is a “journey” which begins in Africa and then travels across the ocean to the Caribbean and the Americas.  It will literally take the audience from Africa to the Americas through a narrative told with music, drumming and dance that traces the history of African Americans from Africa to the New World. It is an interactive program that educates as well as entertains.

 

          Now here’s the part where you can be part of the show. Yuba Sutter Arts will host Fenix Drum and Dance classes on Friday evening, February 28th at 6pm and again on Saturday morning, February 29th at 11am.  The cost for the two-hour class is $20 and includes admission to the performance Saturday evening. Learn some of the basic drum and dance techniques that make any Fenix performance an exceptional experience and then you will help to make the magic happen on stage Saturday night.

 

Olivia Yasmin James, Artistic Director and Founder of Fenix, has been studying West African and Afro-Caribbean dance and drumming since she was nine years old.  With a solid background in classical ballet, jazz, tap, and hip-hop, she strives to take traditional dance to a new level.  She has studied extensively with master traditional teachers both in the United States and in West Africa.   Olivia is a registered teaching artist with Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission and is also a teaching artist for Yuba Sutter Arts in both its Jump StArts and Poetry Out Loud programs.

 

“We are always looking for ways to bring new cultural experiences to Yuba-Sutter that represents our melting pot of cultures,” said David Read, Executive Director of Yuba Sutter Arts. “Olivia and the entire Fenix Drum and Dance ensemble have been great partners with us for a variety of projects,” he added.

 

Come support live world music in the community and enjoy these very gifted musicians and dancers.  Plenty of free parking is available on the streets adjacent to the theatre and at the Umpqua Bank and Bank of America parking lots directly across the street.

Marysville, Ca.

 

The Rotary Club of Marysville announced  that the club is now accepting applications for two distinct scholarship opportunities.

 

 The first scholarship is for graduating seniors at Marysville High School and Marysville Charter Academy of the Arts who will be attending any public university, private college, community college or vocational technical school.

 Marysville Rotary will provide up to six $1,000 awards in this category. Two of the six scholarships will be set aside for students attending Yuba College.

 

 The following selection criteria will be used: 1) attend a two- or four-year college or vocational technical school, 2) have a minimum GPA of 3.0, 3) be pursuing either an academic or vocational goal, 4) provide evidence of service above self in either community or school clubs or organizations. Need is not a criterion.

 

Applications for that scholarship are available through the scholarship coordinators at the schools.

 

 The second scholarship opportunity is one $2,000 award for a Yuba College student transferring to a four-year college or university.

 

 For that award, the following selection criteria will be used: 1) be currently attending Yuba College, 2) have a minimum GPA of 3.0, 3) be pursuing either academic or vocational goals, 4) provide evidence of service above self in either community or school clubs or organizations. Need is not a criterion.

 

 Applications for that scholarship are available at the Financial Aid office at Yuba College.

 

 Interested students can apply to both of these scholarship opportunities by mailing the application to: Rotary Club of Marysville, PO Box 630, Marysville, CA, 95901. The application deadline is April 1.

 The Yuba-Sutter-Colusa United Way's premiere food, wine and entertainment event, the 21st Annual "An Elegant Soirée Wine and Culinary Extravaganza," will be held at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Sacramento at Fire Mountain on Saturday, April 25 beginning at 6:00 p.m.

 

“The theme for this year’s event is ‘walking the Hollywood Red Carpet,’ which will bring some exciting features for a fun night,” said YSC United Way Executive Director.

 

The elegantly designed wine and food tasting event will feature samplings of about 70 tasting options, including premier local wines, northern California wines, international wines and several craft beers. Gourmet hors d'oeuvres will be served by 15 to 20 area restaurants and bakeries. In addition, there will be a no-host bar, a large raffle with some 100 items and a live wine and vacation auction!

 

“The evening's entertainment is new and exciting,” Harlan said.

 

Harlan is referring to the band, "Todd Morgan and the Emblems," that has created a song playlist and a sound with influences from every faction and era of American popular music. From jazz, blues, swing, classic rock and roll, soul, funk and even country, to present-day pop and rock, they’ve created a familiar, yet fresh and unique sound.

The evening’s Master of Ceremonies is Robert Bendorf, Yuba County CAO and United Way President of the United Way board of directors. Josh Harris is the auctioneer!

 

Following the main event, at about 8:45 p.m., there will be a dance MC'd by Eric Pomeroy of Superior Entertainment.

 

Dress is generally business, formal or costumes fitting this year's Hollywood theme.

Guests must be at least 21 years of age to attend.

 

For more information or to purchase tickets or sponsor, please call the Yuba-Sutter-Colusa United Way office at 530-743-1847 or visit their website at www.yscunitedway.org and click on the "Events" page.

 

All proceeds benefit the Yuba-Sutter-Colusa United Way and its 27 local non-profit Partner Agencies and the premier of their new “Born Learning Academy.”

Camptonville, Ca.

 

On Tuesday 2/11/2020 at approximately 10:30 p.m., Yuba County Sheriff’s Department was contacted by Nevada County Sheriff’s Department regarding a gunshot wound victim receiving treatment at a Nevada County Fire Station after reportedly being shot approximately one hour earlier on Alleghany Road in Camptonville, Yuba County. 

 The victim, a 36-year-old male transient, was transported by air to a Sacramento area hospital with a single gunshot wound to the abdomen; he has since been treated and released. The shooting was reported to have occurred outside a residence in the 15000 block of Alleghany Road in Camptonville, following a verbal dispute between the victim and three unidentified white males, when one of the suspects discharged a single shot from a handgun that struck the victim. 

 

 Yuba County Detectives responded and assumed the investigation, which remains active and ongoing at this time. If anyone has any further information about the incident, they are encouraged to contact the

Yuba County Sheriff’s Department Investigations Unit at 530-749-7777.  

Marysville, Ca.

 

Scholastic Art Writing Awards Ceremony

 February is a busy month at Yuba Sutter Arts as we recognize highs school student artistic achievements. The recent Poetry Out Loud competitions resulted in two new County Champions being chosen to represent our community at the state finals March 15 and 16.   Next up are the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. This program is a collaboration between Yuba Sutter Arts and the Sutter County Museum.  The Museum manages the “Art” part of the program and Yuba Sutter Arts handles the “Writing” piece.  Collectively, these two organizations are the Northern California Regional Affiliates for seven counties; Colusa, Nevada, Placer, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo, and Yuba counties.

 

Now in its third year as the Northern California affiliate for the Writing Awards program, Yuba Sutter Arts received over 90 writing submissions, a third more than last year’s intake.  The Museum received over 100 submissions of 2-D and 3-D art.  And, yes, this is Scholastic like the publishing company that puts on the book fairs at schools reminiscent of that old-time bookstore experience.  

 

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards ceremony will be held on Saturday, February 22 from 3-5pm at the Burrows Theater, 630 E Street in Marysville.  The Gallery at Yuba Sutter Arts will have many of the art submissions on display and there will be a few select readings by the writing award winners during the awards ceremony in the Burrows Theater. This is a free event and the public is invited.  Refreshments will be served.  The keynote speaker has yet to be named.

 

Since 1923, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have recognized the vision, ingenuity, and talent of our nation’s youth. Join us as we celebrate the winners at this annual gathering of students, educators, supporters and the general public.  Scholastic Awards alumni include Andy Warhol, Sylvia Plath, Truman Capote, Lena Dunham, Robert Redford, Joyce Carol Oates, and many others.

 

Earning a Scholastic art or writing award is often the first moment of validation for a young artist or writer and can function as a catalyst that leads to a lifelong commitment to develop and apply their creative gift—no matter what career or path they choose.  The program helps celebrate the accomplishments of creative students, extending opportunities for recognition, exhibition, publication, and scholarships to teenagers who demonstrate exceptional aptitude in writing and art.

 

Please join us as we honor the achievements of creative teens. We feel that now, more than ever, it is important to recog­nize creative accomplishments and provide students with the support and resources they need to make creativity a lifelong pursuit. We hope you’ll join us at the ceremony and help honor these remarkable young thinkers.

On Sunday, February 16th, 2020, at 9:10 a.m., Yuba-Sutter CHP was notified of a traffic collision with an ambulance responding at Marysville Rd west of Middle Brook Way in the County of Yuba.

Upon CHP arrival, the officer observed a solo vehicle involved in a major traffic collision versus a tree along the southern shoulder of Marysville Rd. On scene medical personnel pronounced the driver deceased. No name has been released. Investigation is on-going.

On Tuesday 2/11/2020 at approximately 10:30 p.m., Yuba County Sheriff’s Department was contacted
by Nevada County Sheriff’s Department regarding a gunshot wound victim receiving treatment at a
Nevada County Fire Station after reportedly being shot approximately one hour earlier on Alleghany Road
in Camptonville, Yuba County.


The victim, a 36-year-old male transient, was transported by air to a Sacramento area hospital with a
single gunshot wound to the abdomen; he has since been treated and released. The shooting was reported
to have occurred outside a residence in the 15000 block of Alleghany Road in Camptonville, following a
verbal dispute between the victim and three unidentified white males, when one of the suspects discharged
a single shot from a handgun that struck the victim.


Yuba County Detectives responded and assumed the investigation, which remains active and ongoing
at this time. If anyone has any further information about the incident, they are encouraged to contact the
Yuba County Sheriff’s Department Investigations Unit at 530-749-7777.

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On Saturday 2/8/2020 at approximately 6:40 P.M. Yuba County Sheriff’s Department received a 911 call of a possible accidental shooting victim injured in the 4800 block of Fruitland Road in Loma Rica.

 

Upon arrival, Deputies located an adult female with a gunshot wound to the leg, and a dog with a gunshot wound to the head, at the rear of a residence. 

 

The deputies made contact with the suspect, identified as 37-year-old Scott Anderson of Loma Rica, in the driveway of the residence. Upon attempting to detain Anderson, he became combative with Deputies, but was ultimately taken into custody and booked into the Yuba County Jail for 245(a)(2)/Assault with a Firearm; 246.3PC/Negligent Discharge of a Firearm; 597(a)PC/Cruelty to Animals; and 69PC/Resisting Arrest. 

 

The female victim was transported to the hospital by ambulance, and the dog was transported by

deputies to a local veterinarian for emergency treatment. The female and the dog are both stable and recovering. The shooting remains under active and ongoing investigation. 

Yuba City, Ca.

 

The Yuba Sutter Legal Center for Seniors will hold its 25th Annual Italian Diner Fundraiser on Friday March 6, 2020, at the Veteran’s Hall in Yuba City.

 

One of the first senior legal offices started under the Older American Act, the Legal Center began offering free legal advice and assistance to the Yuba Sutter community in 1977.

 

Since then, the Legal Center has assisted thousands of senior s in land-lord tenant matters, obtained restraining orders to stop abuse, resolved consumer disputes, and obtained benefits to which area seniors are entitled.

Each year the Italian Dinner serves as the Legal Center’s major fundraiser.

 

“This is an important fund raiser to help sustain these essential services to our community,” said Susan Townsend, directing attorney.

 

The monies raised will be used to provide legal services to area seniors.

 

Marysville Kiwanis will prepare the dinner. Students from River Valley High School will attend to the tables.

There will be raffle prizes, a silent auction and a dessert auction with a guest emcee.

 

Sponsorship for tables, auction items, etc., are available. Persons can also support the Legal Center by donating silent auction items, raffle prizes or deserts.

 

The evening starts at 6:30 p.m. with a no-host beer and wine bar provided. Dinner is at 7 p.m.

 

The Legal Center is a Yuba Sutter Colusa United Way agency and is also funded by the Agency on Aging/Area 4.

Tickets are $20 each or a $110 for a table of six.

 

For more information, to sign up a a sponsor or to get tickets, contact Legal Center, 725 “D” Street, Marysville, or call 742-8289 or 742-2334.

 Marysville, Ca

 

Yuba Sutter Youth Choir Summer Performance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yuba Sutter Arts is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Spring 2020 season of its Yuba Sutter Youth Choir.  The new session gets underway Wednesday, February 19th at 6pm.  The theme will be “Meet the 70s…Abba, Elton John and More!”

 

Yuba Sutter Arts is now able to offer this ongoing program for free to all students.  Be sure to register in advance of the first session as class size is limited to 25 students.

 

The Yuba Sutter Youth Choir is part of Yuba Sutter Arts’ Arts in Education program.  Classes will be held at the Burrows Theater at 630 E Street in Marysville.  Instruction is offered for students from 7 - 14-years of age.  Weekly classes will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays starting on February 16 through April 1.  The final performance will be held on Wednesday April 1 at 7pm.  Each student will receive a Youth Choir T-shirt.  

 

“We are fortunate to be able to now offer our Youth Choir program for free to all students,” said David Read, Yuba Sutter Arts Executive Director.  “And to have professional musician, Gay Galvin, continue as Artistic Director is a great gift to the community,” he added.

 

Gay Galvin is Yuba Sutter Arts’ “Musician in Residence.” Gay has been singing and playing piano since she was six years old. Trained in classical and jazz styles, she has worked in big bands, musicals, jazz trios and various classical ensembles.  She is an accomplished vocalist and has taught choir at all age levels.

 

Married to singer/songwriter, Tom Galvin, the couple has performed at the Burrows Theater in concert as a duo and as soloists. Gay has also performed in many other ensembles throughout the community including concerts at Yuba College and in productions at The Acting Company.  Gay and Tom also both played for the Applause performances of “Home for the Holidays” in December to help raise funds for the completion of the Sutter Theater.

 

Gay is originally from Ohio and has a master’s degree in music.  She teaches piano in her studio in Marysville.  She plays most musical genres and has even played in rock bands.  In Ohio, she led her own jazz trio, something she hopes to reestablish in this area.

 

“I’m proud to be leading the youth choir again this spring,” said Gay.  “Ensuring music education for young people is something I am passionate about and I am so glad to be able to help continue the tradition of vocal music training for young people in Yuba-Sutter,” she added.

 

Interested parents or guardians should visit yubasutterarts.org to register or contact YSA at 530-742-ARTS or email abbie@yubasutterarts.

Marysville, Ca.

 

yuba county hire JasonKopping

 

Public Works Project Manager Jason Kopping has been selected to serve as the new Yuba County Airport Manager. Kopping has been with the County for five years, serving most recently as a Project Manager for Public Works. Before that, he worked as a finance and administrative manager, and project manager for Community Development and Services Agency. He graduated from Chico State and went to work for Hewlett Packard, then Agilent Technologies in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He takes over the role following the December retirement of former director of Administrative Services, Tim McCoy, who served in the position for two years. “My goals include identifying new revenue streams to maintain self-sufficiency,” Kopping said. “The airport has many possibilities for our community, and I’m looking forward to being part of this effort to make it a hub for job and business activity in the County.” The Airport Manager manages, plans, organizes and evaluates operations, construction, maintenance, customer service, economic development and marketing activities for the Yuba County General Aviation Airport, among other duties. Kopping will inherit the $1.8 million new taxiway project already underway—which will make the airport more attractive to businesses on the west side of the main airstrip. “We’re excited to welcome Jason to Administrative Services, where he will take on the task of maintaining and improving the Yuba County Airport,” Director of Administrative Services Perminder Bains said. “His enthusiasm and creative thinking make him a great asset to our team.” Kopping began his new role Feb. 3.

yuba couty public health

 

Cedar Lane preschoolers were enthralled by the story of Clay the caveboy and his quest to find a secret sugar stash.  Wouldn’t we all like to happen upon such a find? Clay thought the same until the Sugarsaurus Rex guarding the sweets showed his painful tooth cavities.  The presentation Thursday (Jan. 30) morning was part of Yuba County Public Health’s goal of teaching local kids to take care of their smiles. The lively puppet show -- put on by Puppet Art Theater Company of Sacramento, thanks to a state grant – engrained the message of brushing your teeth twice a day, visiting the dentist twice a year, and going easy on the sweets. “The goal is to get kids excited about oral health, and provide them oral health screenings and provide fluoride varnish,” Yuba County Health Educator Annapreet Hayer, RDH (registered dental hygienist), said. “It’s a good way to get information out there and get kids treatment if needed.” After the 15-minute puppet show, the preschoolers broke into several groups: one with Hayer, where they learned how to brush teeth for two minutes on a dragon puppet. Another group, led by Program Aide Tarrah Tomlinson, dressed up as dentists in goggles, a mask and gown. There was another area where Public Health nursing staff checked kids’ teeth and provided a fluoride varnish. Fluoride helps protect teeth and prevent tooth decay. “We want to show kids to not be so scared to visit the dentist,” Hayer said. “We’re signaling that the health of your mouth is important.”  The fluoride clinics began in mid-January and will run through the end of February, covering all preschools within Marysville Joint Unified School District. Yuba County Public Health has provided this program for the last several years. 

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Saturday February 8thnd 10:00 at the Yuba County Library

 

Join us as we celebrate the 140th year of the Bok Kai Festival –The Year of the Rat

Come hear the classic Chinese folk tale “The Empty Pot”. Learn the true meaning of honesty. Make a rat mask, decorate a flower pot, make a rat face balloon, play toss the cheese to the rat, and try to race a rat through the maze to find the cheese. Enjoy a fortune cookie and juice. Everyone who attends is invited to ride on the Royal Rat float in Bok Kai parade, on Saturday February 22nd.

                                    

The story and workshop are open to children of all ages,

(Children under 5 need to bring an adult to share with.)

 

Sponsored by Chinese Community and Focus on Marysville

 

Call Sue at 742-6508 for more information

Marysville, Ca.

 

 Do you have a little one who loves to dance? We have the perfect program for them! Rise Up! Performing Arts, in partnership with First 5 Yuba County, is pleased to announce our newest, affordable dance classes for kids ages 3-5!

Dancing for Tiny Feet is a new program, launching this February. Kids ages 3-5 have the opportunity to learn about the basics of dance through age-appropriate classes that challenge them to reach their full potential. Classes will be taught using various dance genres and styles, including contemporary, jazz, and ballet. These classes give students an introduction to the vast world of dance, in an interactive educational environment!

 

Classes will be offered at the Marysville Youth and Civic Center, 1830 B Street. in Marysville. There are two class options for families to choose from. We have a class on Tuesdays, from 3:45-4:45pm and Fridays from 4:00-5:00pm. The program will be taught by Kara Roberts, who has taught several dance classes at Rise Up for older students. She currently works as a Studio Instructor at the Katie Berry School of Dance in Loma Rica.

 

Classes are only $25 per month, with a $15 additional sibling discount. The affordability of the classes is thanks to generous collaboration with First 5 Yuba County Children and Families Commission, and this program would not be possible without them.

 

“I am excited to help launch this program for younger kids,” says Kara Roberts. “I think this is a great opportunity to immerse kids in the performing arts.”

 

Classes begin on February 4th and 7th. To register, visit www.riseupys.org/tinyfeet, call (530) 933-0223 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Classes are filling up fast, so register soon!

Marysville, Ca.

 

SHAUNOn Sunday, January 26, 2020 at about 6:59am, Marysville Police Officers arrested 40-year-old Shaun Weiss of Van Nuys California for residential burglary and being under the influence of a controlled substance. The investigation began when Officers were dispatched to the 600 Block of 11th St for a burglary in progress.  Officers arrived on scene and contacted the homeowner who advised he witnessed an unknown male inside his garage that did not belong there.  The homeowner said he was the only person that lived at this residence and no one had permission to be inside.

 

Officer’s made entry into the garage and observed a male subject inside of the homeowner’s vehicle.  Weiss forced entry to gain access into the vehicle by shattering a window. Officer’s noticed shattered glass on the ground and observed that the passenger window to the vehicle was broken.  Officer’s ordered the male out of the vehicle and took him into custody.  The male was identified through his California Driver’s License as Shaun Weiss. 

 

Weiss displayed symptoms of being under the influence of methamphetamine and said he did not reside at this residence.  Weiss also said the vehicle he was filtering through was not his.  

 

Weiss was booked into the Yuba County Jail for being under the influence of methamphetamine 11550 H&S, and residential burglary 459 PC, and is being held on $52,500 bail.   

 

After further investigation it was determined that Weiss starred in several movie’s and television series.  Officers contacted Weiss at the Yuba County jail and confirmed he starred in these movies.   

 

Weiss, now 40-years old was a child actor and is most famously known for his role as Goldberg in the 1992 movie “The Mighty Ducks” but has many other screen credits to his name on television and in movies such as “The Cosby Show,” “Pee-wee’s Playhouse,””Boy Meets World,” Saved by the Bell: The New Class,”“Freaks and Geeks,” and the “King of Queens.”

By Sue Mosbacher, UCCE Master Food Preserver Program Coordinator, Central Sierra and Sacramento

 

Chili, bean soups, vegetable soups, stews, and more – learn to can your own soups to enjoy throughout the year. Out of freezer space for vegetables? Learn to pressure can vegetables that are ready to eat or add to a meal at a moment’s notice. Join the UCCE Master Food Preservers from Central Sierra for a Pressure Canning Vegetables class on Thursday, February 13, 2020, from 1 – 4pm. The class is at the UCCE Yuba/Sutter County 142A Garden Highway, Yuba City.

 

 Pressure canning opens up a fabulous world of shelf-stable broth, soups, meats, and vegetables to fill your pantry. If you are curious (or nervous) about pressure canning, come and learn why certain foods must be pressure canned, how pressure canners work, the multiple safety features on today’s pressure canners, and the complete pressure canning process. UCCE Master Food Preservers will conduct several live demonstrations.

 Multiple styles of pressure canners will be shown and discussed to give you a strong understanding of what’s available. Canning scraps to help reduce food waste and stretch your food budget will also be discussed.

 This will be an information/demonstration packed class.  You’ll leave with lots of recipes and ideas to try on your own at home.

 

 Class is $15. Pre-registration is required at http://ucanr.edu/vegetables-feb13. Contact Robin Cleveland at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 530-621-5528 for more information.

 The Yuba City Police Department is now accepting applications for its Spring Citizen’s Academy program. Classes start on February 27th and continue every Thursday night for 12 weeks. 

 

We will have presentations by the SWAT team, the K9 unit, and many others! We invite you to become better informed about your local law enforcement and you’ll be given an opportunity to apply for our Volunteer program at the completion of the class.

 

The Citizen’s Academy is free, but space is limited. Applications can be submitted online at www.yubacity.net or by coming into the Police Department located at 1545 Poole Blvd. in Yuba City. 

 

The deadline to apply is Friday, February 21st.  If you have any questions, please contact Katy Goodson at 822-4725.

Marysville, Ca.

 

Marysville Animal Care Services will have a Vaccine and Microchip Clinic at the Marysville Police Department on Sunday February 23, 2020  from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.  The Police Department is located at 316 6th Street, the clinic is in the back parking lot.

 

They will also be able to license your dog at the same time. One year license is $10 for Spayed/neutered and $24 for intact dogs. (For Marysville residents only.)

 

All dogs must be on a leash and cats must be in a carrier.

 

Bring separate checks for licensing and vaccines.

                                           Marysville resident                              Non-City resident

Dog/Cat "Distemper                  $5                                                            $10

Bordetella                                  $5                                                            $12

Feline Rabies                             $15                                                          $20

Canine Rabies                            $5                                                            $10 

Fel V Vaccine                            $25                                                           $25

Microchipping                            $5                                                            $10

 

 

ww.fieldhaven.com

916-434-6022

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A service for Ron Braiser is set for February 8, 2020 at 11 a.m.

 

The memorial will be held at the 530Event Center, located at 1104 "J" Street, Marysville.

 

Those wishing to pay their respects are invited to attend.

Yuba and Sutter Counties

 

Yuba and Sutter County voters can now sign up for the Secretary of State’s “Where’s My Ballot?” tool to receive automatic updates on the status of their vote-by-mail ballots. Voters can sign-up at WheresMyBallot.sos.ca.gov to receive notifications about their vote-by-mail ballots by email, SMS (text), or voice call.

 

 Terry Hansen, Yuba County Registrar of Voters and Donna Johnston, Sutter County Registrar of Voters want to make sure that Yuba-Sutter voters are aware of this valuable tool to help ensure the integrity of Vote by Mail ballots.

 

 Voters who sign up for the “Where’s My Ballot?” tool receive automatic updates when:

 

•             The county elections office mails the voter’s ballot

•             The county has received the voter’s ballot

•             The county has counted the voter’s ballot

•             If there are any issues with the voter’s ballot

 

 Voters signed up for “Where’s My Ballot?” will also receive communications from Yuba and Sutter County Election offices about important election deadlines and critical updates such as polling place closures.