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Book Signing at Sutter County Museum
September 30, 2010
The Community Memorial Museum of Sutter County is hosting a book signing for the new book Sacramento’s Chinatown. Lawrence Tom and Brian are also the authors of the recent book Marysville’s Chinatown, and now they have just released Sacramento’s Chinatown, published through Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America series. The program and book signing will take place on Saturday, October 9th at 1:00 p.m. at the Community Memorial Museum. Admission is free.
First Yuba-Sutter New Citizen Ceremony Video Is On County Webstreaming Site
September 22, 2010
First Yuba-Sutter New Citizen Ceremony Video Is On County Webstreaming Site

A video of the September 19 Naturalization Ceremony hosted by Sutter County and conducted by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service is available online.

It was the first new citizen ceremony ever conducted in the Yuba-Sutter area.

View the New Citizen Ceremony Video

Uninsured Drivers Have a Low Cost Option to Get Legal
September 10, 2010
Those who drive without insurance risk having their vehicle impounded, their registration and driver’s license suspended, and a fine. Those who believe they cannot afford basic liability insurance may qualify for California’s Low Cost Automobile Insurance Program.

Qualifying Sutter County drivers can be insured for $279 a year, and qualifying drivers in Yuba County can be insured for $260 a year, according to the California Department of Insurance. Rates are different in each County of California, ranging from $198 in Monterey County to $368 in Los Angeles.

A basic liability policy under the program is $252 a year in Colusa County, $233 in Butte County, and $251 in Nevada County.

Drivers must be at least 19 years of age, have been continuously licensed to drive for three years, have a good driving record, own a vehicle that is valued at $20,000 or less, and meet income eligibility requirements. For more information, contact the California Department of Insurance at 1-866-602-8861.

Sutter County Bicycle Rodeo - No Cost Bicycle Helmets
September 08, 2010
Sutter County Public Health is holding a no cost "School's Back In" Bicycle Rodeo Saturday, September 18, 2010 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Sutter County Public Health parking lot, 1445 Veterans Memorial Circle, Yuba City. All Sutter County Kindergarten through eighth grade students are invited to attend.

The bicycle rodeo will teach children various bicycle safety skills by using simulated real life situations. Children will ride through a riding skills course to learn bicycle safety techniques. In addition, if children bring their own bicycle to the bicycle rodeo, they will have their bicycles inspected. Bringing own bicycle is not required to participate. FREE bicycle helmets will be properly fitted and provided to all participants (Quantities, sizes, colors and styles of helmets are limited).

Please see the attached flyer. Thank you for helping us "spread the word" and keep our children safe on their bicycles!

Sutter County Public Health 2010 Flu Clinic Information
September 07, 2010
Sutter County Public Health is offering flu vaccine, tetanus/whooping cough vaccine and pneumonia vaccine beginning in October at a variety of locations. This year H1N1 (swine flu) vaccine is included in the seasonal vaccine. Vaccines will be offered at the Sutter County Public Health Outpatient Clinic after November 4, 2010 during walk-in hours. For your convenience, the consent forms located below in the links may be printed and completed before arriving at a flu clinic site. Information about each vaccine is available below.
Book Signing for New Angel Island Book at Museum
September 03, 2010
The Community Memorial Museum of Sutter County will welcome Judy Yung, co-author of a brand new book titled Angel Island, Immigrant Gateway to America, for a program and book signing on Wednesday, September 15 at 7:00 p.m.

Angel Island, in San Francisco Bay, served as the center for immigration on the west coast, in much the same way that Ellis Island served the east coast of the United States. Immigrants arrived on Angel Island from Asia and South Asia, including China, Japan, India and the Philippine Islands. Although their stories are little known, their experiences were diverse, challenging and a fascinating part of our history. Many families in our own local area first arrived in the U.S. on Angel Island and began their new lives there.

Holiday Closure
September 03, 2010
On Monday, September 6th, most county offices will be closed for Labor Day.