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Marysville Appeal Democrat (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Marysville, California Itunes a been giant but Apple eyes streaming it finance Page a cars flip the of script Aba finals tied 1-1 Page by monday june 8, 2015 Mot rat Marysville Yuba City. California 16 pages online single copy 75cman shot after reported confrontation Marysville police apparent car trouble then a violent dispute by Chris Kaufman c k auf Man 9 appealed mocha t com a Man was shot in the Abdomen on sunday afternoon following a confrontation in Marysville according to police. No condition update was available for the unidentified victim who was transported to Rideout memorial Hospital. A from the Best we can Tell the victim and his sister were having car trouble a said Marysville police sgt. Chris Miller of the shooting that was reported at 12 12 . In the Hoo Block of Sampson Street. A the suspect and another person arrived on scene where the victims car broke Down and an altercation Between the sister and one of the suspects Miller said. A the victim tried to break up the fight and the suspect pulled out a gun and started firing a Miller said. It is unclear whether the parties knew each other six Shell casings were recovered from the scene Miller said the shooting suspect is a Man in his 20s to 30s, and there was no Clear description of the suspect your heart out of Frosa Davis of Hallwood hangs up an item at her Booth during the antique and collectible Street fair on sunday in Marysville. Story and photos by Chris Kaufman a Kaufman appear Democrat com Marysville a d Street was transformed into a smorgasbord of Antiques collectibles and Vintage items on sunday during the antique and collectible Street fair. A the mystique of it being very old like from my grandmothers Era or older a a said Yuba City resident Chris Erickson of Why she likes Antiques. A my one grandmother had a lot of old things and toys that i used to play with All the time As a a ifs a great Way to visit with the Community and get Chris Erickson of Yuba City wears a Mink hat and holds another during the antique and collectible Street fair on sunday rid of some old hats a said Marilyn Armitage of Yuba City who sold two Vintage Mink hats to Erickson. Armitage started Selling Antiques at Street fairs in the 1990s after her Mother passed away and she was looking for a Way to rid herself of the estate items. Dennis and Sandy Bastiao of Sacramento meanwhile were Vintage treasure Hunting in Yuba Sutter with their two Golden retrievers. Cody and Frankie. A i built a barn using 100-year-old Wood for her Antiques Quot said Dennis Bastiao. A i like buying old fair brings Back the memories mining and Railroad equipment to make things for the the Bast Laos run Golm gardens pumpkin Patch in Sacramento a seasonal farm with an antique shop Hay and train rides and pumpkins. Vie and Rosa Davis of Hallwood started collecting at a Young age. Vie collected comic books starting at age 8. And Rosa collected charms bracelets and hats in her 20s, a we used to just collect things and not sell them but we ended up having too much stuff so we decided to Start Selling vie Davis said turn to fair a3 critics want delay of $500m for jails say need might not be there after prop. 47 by Don Thompson associated press Sacramento Al form us voted last fall to reduce penalties for certain crimes a decision that abruptly towered ill populations and promised ion1 Money for jail alternative programs starting next year. But the state is now poised to spend $500 million for new county jail construction this year on top of $2 billion spent for new jails Over the last eight years. Critics say the Board of state and Community corrections should delay wednesdays vote and give policymakers time to gauge the Tong term effects of proposition 47. The Law approved in november treats certain drug and property crimes As misdemeanours instead of felonies leading to it we could have a lot of of empty jail Beds. Steven Meinrath Agu of California s Cantel a of advocacy and Poky fewer inmates in both state prisons and county jails county sheriffs say the jail populations will rebound and the Money is needed now to expand program and treatment space in antiquated jails its too soon to Tell argued Steven Meinrath. An advocate with the Acle of californians Center for advocacy and policy the sheriffs could be wrong and the lower jail populations could remain he said whats More the nonpartisan legislative analyst s office projects proposition 47 could save the state up to $200 million most of turn to jails i a5 diabetes with knowledge by Kirk Barron a amp a com diabetes is the seventh Lead ing cause of death in the United states but the disease is often misunderstood even by those afflicted by it. Rideout health registered nurse Denise Sheridan frequently works with patients recently diagnosed with diabetes As Well As patients dealing w Ith complications from diabetes including strokes and amputations. And the Only educational resources available for Sheridan to Send people to were support groups and offerings through expensive High end insurance plans. A there really weren to any classes in the Community i could Send people Sheridan said. A there just w an t much for Low income and undeserved so she reached oui to the Rideout health foundation gathered resources and experts and created a series of free diabetes Edu cation classes that Start tuesday and Are on the second tuesday of even month. The classes provide information about diabetes nutrition exercise and healthy roping for a w Ide Range of people including those living w Ith the disease for decades the newly diagnosed or people who have family Mem hers living with diabetes. The first class is from 6 -8 30 at Rideout conference Center and w ill cover a Tion relates to diabetes i a3weather, Index High too tip Low 68 Calendar. A2 nation classifieds is obituaries. Comics. B7 sports. Crossword. B7 5tate. Dear Abby. As sudoku. Finance a6 weather. Forum. A4 world a7 As by a5 bus a8 a8am Clit vol 1w a no 159 my 109tv please Recycle this newspaper after Reading

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