If you are a college student there is one thing you know and most likely don’t love; textbooks cost a lot of money! Students every semester at Yuba College have to purchase their textbooks for classes and often have to dish out hundreds of dollars to do so. To add insult to … [Read more...] about Why are textbooks so freakin’ expensive?
We've all heard the phrase, "one person's trash is another person's treasure," but to multi-faceted artist, Inger Price, these words are words to live by. Price has been creating amazing art for years by using discarded scraps or "trash" to craft something beautiful. In a world … [Read more...] about The Art Of Trash
David W. Wheeler A resident of Yuba City for more than fifty years passed away peacefully, January 3, 2011 in his home, at the age of 92. Dave is survived by his wife Ellen; his sons David, Jr. and his wife Ruth Anne, and Michael and his wife Annettee, all of Yuba City. Six … [Read more...] about Trustee Wheeler’s Dad Passes
There was a wonderful turn out at the Odyssey day event. Students, faculty, staff, and community memebers went from booth to booth learning something exciting about alternative energy solutions. High School students attended the event from Lindhurst, Wheatland, Marysville, … [Read more...] about A Day Of Alternative Solutions
Five years ago, Ellis Lake had deteriorated to an all-time low. The trademark fountain wasn't working, the paddleboats had been removed, and a horrific tragedy had brought an end to the Independence Day fireworks show. On the other side of the bridge, the north end of the lake … [Read more...] about The Ruin and Recovery of Ellis Lake