Melanie BendorfLong-time Yuba County Deputy District Attorney, Melanie Bendorf, will run for Yuba County Superior Court Judge, Office 2. Incumbent, Judge Kathleen O’Conner, will not seek reelection.


 “Criminal justice runs in my family,” said Bendorf. “My father was a District Attorney Investigator for Sacramento County. While serving a warrant, he was shot multiple times and his partner was killed. I was 13 years old and knew from that moment where my focus would be.”


 After graduating from Chico State and Cal Northern School of Law, Melanie has dedicated her entire legal career, almost two decades, to seeking justice for Yuba County residents. An experienced trial attorney with thousands of hours of court time, she is endorsed by retired Yuba County Superior Court Judges James F. Dawson and Dennis J. Buckley.

 As a Deputy District Attorney, Melanie has achieved numerous life sentences for convicted murderers, attempted murderers and sex offenders. She has conducted domestic violence training for local law enforcement and sexual assault awareness training for enlisted personnel at Beale Air Force Base.


 12 years ago, Melanie and her husband started an annual fundraiser to help local non-profits provide gifts for children in Yuba County. As a child Melanie received Christmas gifts from a similar program and has never forgotten the impact it has.


 Robert and Melanie love spending time with family, especially granddaughter, Olivia. To learn more about Melanie, her background and endorsements, visit

Olivehurst, CA,


Seth Olivehurst resident Seth Fuhrer has announced that he will run for the Yuba County Supervisor seat in the 3rd District in 2020.  Seth owns Nickell Tax & Financial Planning in Marysville.  He is a graduate of Lindhurst High School and UC Davis.  He also has a Juris Doctorate from McGeorge School of Law.  He is currently an Enrolled Agent with the IRS and a Real Estate Broker.


“My hope in running for Supervisor is that I can continue to build this community. That I can use my skills and expertise to bring good stewardship to county funds. That we can have accountability among our government officials. I believe we can do better!”


 “I have a lot of hopes for Olivehurst”, Seth goes on to say. “I don't want us to be viewed as a second-class community. I want our infrastructure to be brought up to the level that other communities enjoy. I would like to see sidewalks and better drainage. Instead of being reactive, I would like us to be proactive in making our community safer.  Opportunities shouldn't be squandered.”


In addition to infrastructure improvements, Seth will look to the hiring of more Community Service Officers to assist Yuba County Sheriff Deputies and campaign for better coordination between residents and Code Enforcement to keep our neighborhoods clean.


Seth is committed to reducing homelessness and providing opportunities for affordable housing in Yuba County. Fuhrer is a Past President of our local Habitat for Humanity Board.  He has also served on the Advisory Board for the Salvation Army and worked with Joshua House on transitional housing.  He was able to assist with the opening of 14 Forward as well as working with their neighbor, the Twin Cities Rescue Mission.


Seth Fuhrer is also focused on improving the lives of our youth as a past board member for Samaritan Village, which sponsors an orphanage in Tanzania, and participating in Marysville Kiwanis local Bringing Up GradeS (BUGS) program, where students in middle school who are targeted as at-risk are incentivized to improve academically.  “Whether it’s feeding the homeless on Christmas morning at St. Andrews or teaching tax classes at Yuba College to train a new generation for the workforce, I try to constantly better my community.”


Seth Fuhrer and his wife Stephani have been married for 27 years and have 3 children.  Their oldest, Stephan, works for them at Nickell Tax & Financial Planning.  Their 2nd son, Samuel, is currently serving in the US Coast Guard, stationed in Alameda, CA and their daughter, Seraphim, is a student at U.C. Santa Cruz.


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Marysville, Ca.


 In a first-of-its-kind effort, a group of Yuba County farmers has established a non-profit organization and fund, titled the Yuba River Endowment, to benefit Yuba County residents.


 As their first funding effort, Endowment board members unanimously voted to present the Marysville High School FFA program with $15,000 to cover all out-of-pocket expenses for FFA students to attend all Field Day and State competitions for the current school year. The funds will cover all transportation costs, hotel and registration fees for 12 scheduled trips, helping approximately 230 students this year.


 “Marysville High School has invested a lot in expanding our ag programs and infrastructure, but we are not able to cover out-of-pocket expenses for students to attend FFA competitions,” said Marysville High School Principal, Shevaun Mathews. “The Yuba River Endowment funding is truly a blessing that will take the burden off students to raise the funds themselves, and will allow all students who qualify to experience these events.”


 The Yuba River Endowment was established by a select group of Yuba County farmers who have a legal right to water that flows on the Yuba River. In a truly win-win situation, the farmers’ water is used to provide the required flow levels to protect endangered fishes on the Yuba River, then once past this critical point, the water can be sold to drought-stricken areas of the state.


 Proceeds from these transfers provide the funding for the Yuba River Endowment, allow these farmers to expand their agricultural operations and create jobs in Yuba County. Through generations of conservation, cooperation, infrastructure investment and groundwater recharge, Yuba County is a model for water management in California.

The Endowment was created to give back to the community, and provide organizational and educational grants to improve the quality of life in Yuba County.


 “Our motto for the Endowment is ‘Local Farmers Giving Back’,” said local farmer and Yuba River Endowment President, Al Lassaga. “Our board is made up of representatives from seven different Yuba County regions, from Browns Valley to Wheatland. Investing our money back into our community, and specifically into agricultural education and our future farmers, just makes sense. We want to make sure agriculture stays strong in Yuba County for generations to come.”


 Yuba River Endowment board members awarded the funds during the Marysville High School FFA meeting, Tuesday, December 10th.

mike leahyBWMike Leahy ls pleased to announce his campaign for re-election to the position of County Supervisor in the 2nd District of Yuba County.

Mike has served the 2nd District in Yuba County since 2015 in this time he has been a voice for the people. Mike "withdrew" from the Cal Pers retirement program offered by the county - As he stated elected Reps. should not build a retirement on the back of the people whom elected them. This is a principle he argued at the last election.

We have approved funding for 4 blocks of sidewalks and streetlights surrounding Cedar Lane School in west Linda the construction is charted to commence in the next year.


Feather River Blvd is getting a multi-family project behind the cloverleaf market.

The sidewalks and lighting are also scheduled to be installed in this area -

Mike's participation on SACOG (Sacramento Area of Governments) has brought funding to Marysville for the 5th street project.



The SACOG budget was in jeopardy of being allocated elsewhere yet through working with SAGOG he stopped that and retained the funding for projects in Yuba County and Marysville on your behalf.


Economic development, bringing jobs and businesses to our area is the pathway to prosperity for all.

We now have taken action to bring infrastructure that will allow new business to relocate to Yuba County.

We took steps to eliminate Yuba county's unfunded liabilities through cal-pers. we

established a "Cal PARS" account that is working to eliminate our liabilities.


The Marysville Ring levee funding was entered into the presidential budget proposal after years of work from the water agency and a simple request made directly to the president., “I simply asked him for help on the issue and it showed up on his budget.”


Yuba Sutter Transit - the contract was up for the provider so we preformed an RFP and interviewed many providers. Selecting a new provider for service that came with some rather interesting benefits to the community. The result, all of the employees have received increases in salary and benefits and the overall providers budget has gone down. The employees were so happy that someone did something for their benefit.


Mike is Chair of Yuba Sutter Transit.


Area4 on Aging. Mike serves Area4 to ensure funding for our seniors in projects that matter to them.

Ellis Lake,


Mike is a proponent for bringing fresh water back into Ellis lake and restoring it's beauty he is on the YWA /Marysville Ad Hock to develop a plan to clean up the lake. Mike desires to see this effort through to completion.


lf you want to know more about Mike and what he does please visit leahy or contact him.


Mike Leahy

By Stephen Frank, California Political Review


We know Gavin Newsom lied about his opposition to the High Speed Rail.  We know that Newsom decided to force 80,000 independent truckers into corporation workers and union bribe payers.  We know that Newsom has declared war on California  farmers by limiting water allocations to make up for the Trump Federal increase in water to farmers.  I do not have to tell you why he is forcing our kids from k-12 to be proficient in the terms, use and actions of sex, while keeping them under the control of failed schools by working to kill off charter schools.  Reasons for Recall are many.

If you are an opponent of the Newsom actions and want to support it, there are two petitions—you can sign both—demanding a Recall of Guv Newsom.  You can donate to either, ask for petitions to distribute and get signed.  Beware of those using the Recall to raise money for their own goals—NOT the Recall of Newsom.


 “Meanwhile: The California Republican Party has sent a fund-raising pitch seemingly embracing an effort to recall Newsom. 


GOP Chairwoman Jessica Millan Patterson said money raised would go to the party, not the recall backers, the Sacramento Bee reported.


A long shot: Qualifying a recall for the ballot could cost $10 million. In its most recent filing, the California Republican Party had $1.6 million in the bank, and many legislative seats to defend.”


You read that right—“ GOP Chairwoman Jessica Millan Patterson said money raised would go to the party, not the recall backers, the Sacramento Bee reported.”


Glad to see the California Republican party took a strong stand against Governor Newsom.


The CRP could at little cost promote the Recall petitions, get the Counties to promote the petitions, ask people on their lists to support the Recall.  But asking for money for the Recall then announcing the money is NOT going to be spent on the Recall is a problem.  I am sure they will correct this.

Submitted by Robert C. Armstrong, Chairman,, New California Yuba County


 The 2nd Monday of every Month.  At Casa Carlos in Marysville.

Address: 413 6th St, Marysville, CA 95901

Meeting Starts at 6:30 pm


The Next New California State Town Hall is 


January 11th 2020

Smartsville Community Church

8426 Main, Smartsville, CA 95977

Town Hall Starts at 4:00 pm 6:30 pm

Yuba County, Ca.


Yuba County Sheriff Wendell Anderson announced a new program geared toward Yuba County citizens interested in learning more about the Sheriff’s Department.


 The Citizens’ Academy will highlight different units and functions of the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department, as well as provide an overview of law enforcement and the criminal justice system.  Topics to be covered include Patrol Operations, Corrections, Dispatch, K-9, Search and Rescue, SWAT, and Crime Scene Investigation.  The academy is for informational purposes only, and not an employment opportunity.


 The program will start Wednesday, January 16, 2020, and be held every Wednesday night from 6 to 8:30 PM through April 3, 2020.  Interested applicants must be 18 years old and complete an application, including a mini-background check.  Please contact the Crime Prevention Unit at 530-749-5103 for more information.

A group of concerned taxpayers have done a little investigating. This is what they discovered after calling the Election Offices and County Auditors Offices in the Yuba College "service areas". As you will see, only a portion of Yolo, Placer and Butte County will vote and will be taxed on the Yuba College School Bond.

So, Sutter, Yuba and Colusa County will be paying the lion's share of this $228 Million School Bond.


Who will vote on it?




Placer County Area 1- Approx 63 voters

Butte County - South East Rural Area - 256 voters

Yolo County - District 5 and part of Dist 6 - 16,000 voters

Sutter County - All of Sutter County - Over 46,087 voters

Yuba County - All of Yuba County - Almost 34,000 voters

Colusa County - All of Colusa County - Over 9,000 voters




We are currently paying on 4 Yuba College School Bonds. How much longer will we be paying on these school bonds?

Hold on to your britches folks!!!!!!


To help house displaced farm animals during times of disaster, portable livestock pens have been deployed to seven fairgrounds around California. The pens, purchased through a partnership between the California Farm Bureau Federation’s charitable foundation and the California Department of Food and Agriculture, were formally dedicated during a ceremony today at the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds in Yuba City.

 “During wildfires, floods and other emergencies, farmers and ranchers take great care to be sure their animals can be safely evacuated, often to nearby fairgrounds,” CFBF President Jamie Johansson said. “These portable livestock pens will make it easier for fairgrounds to fulfill their role as shelters during disasters.”

 After the Camp Fire ravaged part of rural California last year, the California Bountiful Foundation—a charitable foundation established by CFBF—created a Farm and Rural Disaster Fund. Donations from 50 individuals and companies allowed the foundation to contribute $75,000 toward purchase of the portable livestock pens.

 With additional funds from CDFA, a total of 280 pens were acquired. CDFA has distributed 40 pens apiece to fairgrounds in Anderson, Auburn, Lakeport, Merced, San Mateo, Ventura and Yuba City. Manufactured by Plymouth Industries of Nebraska, the panels to create the pens are stored on racks so they can be quickly mobilized and transported during a disaster.

 “Already this fall, we’ve seen the pens used to help livestock during the Kincade Fire in Sonoma County,” Johansson said. “We also look forward to having them used for happier occasions, such as ongoing events at county fairgrounds around the state.”

 For more information about the Farm and Rural Disaster Fund, see the CFBF website at  

Yuba City, Ca.


 The Feather River Tea Party Patriots announced their Monday, December 2, 2019 meeting will be a Special Movie Night featuring the Dennis Michael Lynch film “They Come to America IV – The Cost of Politics.” 


The 4th installment of the Dennis Michael Lynch “THEY COME TO AMERICA” film series documents events on our Southern border emphasizing why we need a wall and more U.S. Border Patrol assets, now.  The film shows how politicians use the immigration issue to wedge Americans against each other. 


DML also focuses on the San Diego border and how the sewage, industrial and Medical waste, and toxic chemicals are flowing in from the Tajuana River polluting US waterways.


In addition to the wall, the movie shows why we need more border assets and Border Patrol Agents all across the border especially Florida, the Bahamas, and U.S. Islands where 100’s of illegal aliens enter weekly along with $ Billions in every type of drugs.


U.S. Border Patrol Agent Chris Harris explains how the cartels control the borders and how the increase in drug smuggling has increased the assaults of border patrol agents and citizens.  Rhetoric from the liberal open-border Democrats have caused a massive increase in asylum seekers, including terrorists.


President Trump promised to implement E-Verity for all employers during his 2016 campaign for President.  To date , he has done nothing, not even one tweet.  The National Chamber of Commerce and the open-border Democrats have tied his hands.  Hopefully when he is re-elected in 2020, he will fulfil this campaign promise.


Don’t forget – If time permits, our regular feature “In The News” with Paul Preston, Agenda 21 Radio Host and President of the New California State movement, will follow our Special Movie.  Paul will be discussing events of the day.


There is no membership requirement to attend and everyone is welcome.  Doors open at 6:00 pm; meeting begins promptly at 6:30 pm.  Come early to register, socialize with like-minded patriots, and get a good seat. 

The meeting will be Monday, December 2, 2019, at the Crossroads Community Church, 445 B Street, Yuba City, CA 95991.  Contact Larry or Carla at (530) 755-4409. 


Visit Feather Tea Party Patriots online

Terry Spies, Yuba County Superior Court Self-Help Attorney, Family Law Facilitator, and Family Court Services Director, announces her candidacy for the office of Yuba County Superior Court Judge. This office is the judicial position that will be vacated by the Honorable Kathleen O’Conner upon the completion of her term in January 2021.


terry Spies Terry was raised in Yuba County, attended Kynoch Elementary School, Anna McKenney Intermediate School, and is a graduate of Marysville High School. Terry holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Paralegal Studies from Humphrey’s College and a Juris Doctorate degree from Lincoln Law School. Terry has worked in the Superior Court of California in both Sutter and Yuba Counties for over 29 years. 


For over 15 years Terry has served as the Yuba County Superior Court Family Law Self-Help Attorney, Family Law Facilitator, attorney for the access to justice programs, and 6 years as the Family Court Services Director.  Terry was trained in mediation services at the Strauss Institute at Pepperdine University, and was admitted to the United States Supreme Court on June 27, 2011.  For the past three years Terry has served as a temporary judge in the Yuba County Superior Court.   



Terry is a member of the Marysville Kiwanis Club and Yuba-Sutter Bar Association.  Terry volunteers for various local non-profit organizations: The Starting Place and SoYouCan, providing meals, clothing and gifts in our community; SewMuchMore, sewing fidget and infant blankets; and Reuben Comfort Dog providing emotional support for community members, children, veterans, first responders and victims of crisis and trauma. 


Terry has a strong work ethic.  Terry was the first in her family to graduate college, obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in Paralegal Studies from Humphrey’s College in three years while working part-time at a civil defense law firm.  As a single mother of two daughters, Terry attended law school at night in Sacramento while also working full-time in the Superior Court as a Manager and as a waitress on weekends.


Terry’s experience provides a thorough understanding of the court process which makes a critical difference on the bench.  “In addition to my qualifications for the position of Yuba County Superior Court Judge, I have the experience and temperament to be fair, just, impartial, and courteous to the public and the bar.  I will review and hear each case in accordance with the law, and provide thoughtful judgments to best serve the people of Yuba County.”

Yuba City, Ca.


Karm Bains outdoor smileCounty Board of Education member, community leader and local farmer Karm Bains pulled papers in the final step to become a candidate for Sutter County Supervisor in District 4.


“I don’t need another job, and I am not shopping for political office,” said Bains. “This is about serving the community. Service is part of my DNA, it’s how I was raised.”


As Supervisor, Bains said he will focus on reducing homelessness, attracting jobs and businesses to the region, repairing and improving roads, supporting public safety, and ensuring disaster preparedness.


“The homeless problem gets worse every day,” said Bains, “and while we need help with a path out of homelessness, we also have to reduce the impact the homeless are having on our neighborhoods, businesses, and water ways.”


Bains announced that he had earned the endorsements of Congress Members John Garamendi and Doug La Malfa.


“I’m proud to have earned the trust and support of Congressman La Malfa and Congressman Garamendi, along with dozens of local leaders who are supporting my campaign,” said Bains.  “I will be working hard to honor their confidence.”

Water supply reliability, flood risk reduction projects, new emergency response equipment

Marysville, Ca


 Three local agencies received a financial boost today with the help of Yuba Water Agency. 


Olivehurst Public Utility District steel water main project - $1.4 million


A $1.4 million grant provides funding to help OPUD replace the steel water main it uses to deliver water to approximately 10,000 residents in the disadvantaged community of Olivehurst. 


The current steel water main has been in service well past its life expectancy and is prone to leakage and inefficiencies, which leads to the loss of approximately 78 million gallons of water each year. 


“Replacing this outdated infrastructure is essential to improving efficiency and maintaining a reliable water supply for the residents in Olivehurst,” said Yuba Water Agency Director Doug Lofton, whose district includes Olivehurst. 

OPUD will replace approximately 14,000 feet of the aging steel water main with 8-inch-diameter PVC pipe. The district will also replace 25 fire hydrants, 69 8-inch valves and 40 tie-in locations to the existing water main lines. 

This is one of several projects that are being presented to the Department of Water Resources to compete for $24 million in funding for various water projects that benefit disadvantaged communities. That includes water supply and flood risk reduction projects for Yuba County, Reclamation District 784, Linda County Water District, and the cities of Wheatland and Marysville, and the local contribution from Yuba Water makes the entire group of projects more competitive for the larger grant. 


Yuba Water is able to grant these funds to OPUD because this project will help conserve water, and ensuring a sustainable water supply is a primary agency mission.


Three Rivers Levee Improvement Authority Hallwood flood risk project - $500,000 


Yuba Water Agency also approved a grant for the Three Rivers Levee Improvement Authority to help reduce the flood risk for the community of Hallwood. 


The $500,000 in funding will be used by TRLIA to continue its efforts to strengthen the Yuba River North Training Wall.


“We’re happy to expand TRLIA’s reach to take the lead on this important flood risk reduction project,” said TRLIA Executive Director Paul Brunner. “Yuba Water Agency funding will be used for preliminary engineering, design and environmental work, which is an important first step in project implementation.” 


Originally, the purpose of the Yuba River North Training Wall was to confine, or train, the boundaries of the Yuba River to manage mining debris. However, during the high-water events in 2017 and 2018, Hallwood experienced localized shallow flooding due to erosion of the training wall. A temporary fix was constructed last year, and this funding will begin the process to find a long-term solution. 


Yuba Water Agency’s grant to Three Rivers is part of the agency’s long-standing mission to reduce flood risk for Yuba County. In prior years, Yuba Water has assisted TRLIA with policy, technical and financial aid, including carrying the local cost-share for the construction of the Feather River Setback Levee. Yuba Water is repaying $5.5 million per year for that project. 


Reducing flood risk is one of the primary reasons Yuba Water was formed.


Marysville Police Department emergency response vehicle and trailer - $10,000


This grant will fund an all-terrain vehicle and an all-terrain vehicle rescue trailer for the Marysville Police Department as part of Yuba Water Agency’s Bill Shaw Rescue Equipment and Training Grant program. 


The new ATV will be used to quickly and effectively respond to people trapped in the river bottoms due to rising water levels, and the trailer will allow officers to stabilize people experiencing medical issues during those incidents.

The Bill Shaw Rescue Equipment and Training Grant Program, which was created in 2018, is designed for first-responder agencies in Yuba County and will cover the one-time costs of up to $10,000 per applicant annually, associated with the purchase of rescue equipment and specialized personnel training. Since its inception, the program has supported 14 agencies with $178,500 in grants. 

New California State Grievance 95 Reading Sonoma, CA 

Date: November 19, 2019

Time:  Readings Began at 11:00 am

Location:  Sonoma, CA Plaza, Bear Flag Monument 


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            New California State was formed in 2017 and on January 15, 2018 declared Independence from the state of California following Article IV, Section 3 of the United States Constitution.  


 Since declaring Independence from the State of California on January 15, 2019 the New California State movement members have read 94 of 95 Grievances. A single Grievance was read each week for the past 95 weeks as part of the New California State Declaration of Independence “Process”. On November 19, 2019 the “Process”  came to an end with the reading of the 95th Grievance.


 In the New California State declaration there are 95 Grievances which list the reasons why New Californians are seeking Independence from the state of California.


 A special final reading was  held in Sonoma, CA, which in 1846 was the site of the "Bear Flag Revolt".

 There were readings from 5 documents  during the reading of Grievance 95.


 The 1836 Declaration of Independence of Alta California from Mexico


 The 1846 William B. Ide “Proclamation” Bear Flag Rebellion


 The 1863 Gettysburg Address by President Abraham Lincoln. November 19, 2019 is 156 anniversary of the Gettysburg Address.


 The 2018 New California State Declaration of Independence


 The 95th New California State Grievance 


 New California is a new state in development exercising it’s Constitutional Right to form from the State of California. The process to form New California is authorized and codified in Article 4 Section 3 of the United States Constitution.

Thursday, November 21, 2019

Doors Open at 6:00 – Meeting starts at 6:30


The Yuba Watershed Protection & Fire Safe Council is hosting

an informational meeting.  Nicole Roldan-Leben, with USDA-Rural

Development, will discuss their grant and/or low-interest loan

programs.  Both are designed to help residents pay for home fire-

safe upgrades and to improve their defensible space. 


Dr. Kate Wilkin, with UC Extension and an active member of

our Fire Safe Council, will share information on the most important

fire resistant upgrades for your home and treatments for your property,

and what is eligible for this grant/loan program. 


In addition, information will be presented regarding a new Fire Safe

Council Defensible Space Advisor Program.  Volunteers will be

trained and available to review your property.  A grant has also been

secured that will pay for the hazard and risk assessments that are

part of creating a Firewise USA Community.

On Thursday, November 14th, the Rural County Representatives of California (RCRC) hosted its third Homeowners’ Insurance Ad Hoc Committee (Committee) meeting.  This meeting was held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Ventura County.  RCRC member counties have been disproportionally impacted by recent homeowners’ insurance cancellations and non-renewals following years of devastating wildfires in California.  


In June, the RCRC Board of Directors approved a resolution creating the Committee.  The Committee is tasked with considering potential solutions for the increase in homeowners’ insurance cancellations and non-renewals in high fire risk areas.  In particular, how county governments can develop programs and measures to encourage greater community-wide access and affordability to homeowners insurance. 


The potential solutions include, but are not limited to, introducing additional insurers into rural areas, working with the insurance industry on an insurance risk-reduction model, examining insurance industry risk modeling, re-creating/revising California’s Fair Access to Insurance Requirements Plan (FAIR Plan), and working directly with policy advocates, the California Legislature, and the Department of Insurance to explore other options.


The Committee is tasked with issuing a report of findings no later than the August 2020 Board of Directors meeting.

San Francisco, Ca.


Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)  released photos of wind-related damage and hazards that were found during inspections following the October 9 Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS). The company is making photos available on its website at


 The 116 incidents of damage or hazards were spread widely across PG&E’s service territory. Wind gusts exceeded 50 mph in 15 counties throughout PG&E’s service territory, and damage or hazards were found throughout impacted areas. It is possible that these damages and hazards represented potential sources of wildfire ignition.


PSPS Damage Hazards Snapshot


# Incidences

Wind Gusts

# Counties Impacted

10/9 PSPS


50+ mph



 The top four wind gusts by county recorded for the October 9 PSPS were:


  • 77 MPH: Top wind gust recorded in Sonoma County on Oct. 10 at 4:05 a.m.
  • 75 MPH: Top wind gust recorded in Contra Costa County on Oct. 10 at 3:20 a.m.
  • 61 MPH: Top wind gust recorded in Tehama County on Oct. 10 at 6:27 a.m.
  • 61 MPH: Top wind gust recorded in Tulare County on Oct. 9 at 3:10 p.m.

Yuba/Sutter, Ca.


 CHP reported that on Thursday, November 14th at approximately 4:50 p.m., a fatal crash occurred on Pass Road. A teenager was driving a 2019 Honda westbound on Pass Rd east of West Butte Rd. A second driver, Luke Flemming was driving a 2006 Honda eastbound on Pass Rd. east of West Butte Rd. A preliminary investigation indicated that one of the vehicles crossed over into the opposing lane and hit the other vehicle head-on. Both drivers received fatal injuries and were pronounced dead on the scene. A passenger from the first vehicle airlifted to Rideout Hospital for moderate injuries. Alcohol or drug intoxication is not suspected to have contributed to this collision.

Yuba City, Ca


bus.lunchAllan Jones photoBusiness Men’s Fellowship USA will hold a special Breakfast Meeting on Saturday, November 16th, 2019, @ 9:00 am at the Plaza Room at Hillcrest Plaza, Yuba City. Enjoy a buffet breakfast for $16.00. Everyone, men and women, are invited to attend.  Special Guest Speaker for the Breakfast will be Allan Jones from Wigan, England.  Allan worked as a research and development Physicist in England developing oil and gas burning techniques and cooling procedures for glass.  Allan also taught Physics and Mathematics.  Coming home one night after a church service, Allan experienced God’s deliverance in what could have been a near tragic road accident.  That encounter dramatically changed the course of his life.  Allan is currently involved in full-time ministry throughout the world sharing his testimony and salvation through Jesus Christ. Allan has traveled to more than 80 countries over 40 plus years! Come and hear Allan’s amazing story!  Come expecting a miracle! Bring a friend!  The Plaza Room is located at 210 Julie Drive, Yuba City. 


For more information and to make reservations contact Chris Davis 530-751-7237, or Sue Davis 530-300-6119.

Yuba City, Ca.


The Feather River Tea Party Patriots announced Assemblyman James Gallagher will be the Special Guest Speaker for their next meeting, Monday, November 18, 2019.


feather river tea James Gallagher 2Assemblyman Gallagher represents the 3rd California Assembly District encompassing parts of the Sacramento Valley.  Prior to being elected to the State Assembly, he was the Sutter County District 5 Supervisor.


Assemblyman Gallagher will update the current status of the Paradise Fire reconstruction and the Oroville Dam repairs.   He will also share his views on California sanctuary cities, President Trump’s immigration policies and the invasion at our southern border, the growing local homeless problem, future healthcare in California, and the plethora of anti-Second Amendment laws streaming out of Sacramento.  What impact does the current super-majority in the California legislature have on the citizens of the Sutter-Yuba area?


Don’t forget – Our regular feature In The News with Paul Preston, Agenda 21 Radio Host and New California State movement President.  Paul will follow our Special Guest Speaker and will be discussing events of the day.

Everyone is welcome.  There is no membership and no cost to attend.  The Feather River Tea Party Patriots meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. sharp and will be held at Crossroads Community Church, 445 B Street, Yuba City.  Doors open at 6:00 p.m.  Come early to register, socialize with like-minded patriots, and get a good seat. 


Contact Larry or Carla for information: (530) 755-4409.


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