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Marysville Appeal Democrat (Newspaper) - May 2, 2015, Marysville, California Appeal saturday May 2,2015 Marysville Yuba City California 24 pages online single copy 75tf dive team searches for Man in the Feather River Story and photo by Monica Vaughan com a Rescue Effort turned into a search in the Feather River on Friday evening after fire personnel on watercraft did not find a Man seen struggling in the water before going under the surface. Witnesses told Yuba City and Marysville officers that a Man was on the train trestle adjacent to the fifth Street Bridge for nearly an hour beginning at about 3 45 . Before one witnesses heard turn to River/a2 Yuba City fire department search and Rescue works an area below the fifth Street Bridge on Friday evening. A Man was seen struggling before he went under the water. Ceremony tonight a Public ceremony will be at 9 . Today at Sam Brannan Park on Gray Avenue in Yuba City. Family and friends will Light candles in memory of Carlos Antonio and Lucas Blanco three Brothers killed in an april 25 car crash. Holy Carp councilman says Bottom feeders May cause Ellis lakes woes memories of Blanco Brothers flow in by Monica Vaughan a Vaughan appear Democrat com condolences Are Nice but memories Are better. When Erikka Blanco and her husband Antonio told his kid brother Lucas they were expecting a child Lucas saved his Money to buy them a 4-foot-tall stuffed dog. A a that a just the kind of kid he was a Erikka Blanco said. A the was genuinely at 9 . Today at Sam Brannan Park family and friends will Light candles in memory of Lucas Antonio and Carlos Blanco the three of four Blanco Brothers who were killed in an april 25 car crash allegedly caused by a drunk Driver. The Brothers were Best friends who at times went everywhere together Erikka said. A their Bond was definitely unbreakable a she said. A and ail the Brothers made friends so Lucas who was adventurous and a Good student though head been in some trouble looked up to his Brothers like they were his inspiration she said. Those memories help those left behind to Grieve Erikka said Friday. She Hopes Shell hear More stories of Antonio and All of the Brothers at the ceremony. A i want people to understand that i accept their condolences but id much rather hear stories about my turn to Brothers i a3 photos by Chris Kaufman Appeal Democrat above Jayden Noyan 7, Center and his Cousin Maggie penning la both of Yuba City fish at Ellis Lake in july in Marysville. Top family members play a game while visiting Ellis Lake on april 2 in Marysville. From left Linda Miller of grass Valley Karli Berry Jayden Isaac 5, Leo Rivas 4, and Judy Rivas of Paradise. The family uses Ellis Lake As a meeting spot Halfway Between their towns. By Erie Vodden evodden9appeakfefflocrat.com for Marysville City councilman Dale Whitmore it has been something of a quest to remove the greenish tinge and the doors from Ellis Lake. How to clean the Grassy areas and sidewalks sur rounding the City a watery Centrepiece is pretty straightforward pick up the trash Wash off the walkways and trim the shoots from the Redwood Trees. Its largely a dollars and cents Issue and the City admittedly does t have much of either these Days. But for the cleanliness of the water itself the answer is not so straightforward. Whitmore said thursday he thinks he May have found it. Its a matter of getting rid of the Carp that Dale Whitmore have become the dominant fish population in the councilman Lake he said. A Scarp Are a Bottom feeding fish that constantly suck plants and animals off the Bottom a said Whitmore a retired biologist with the state department of fish and wildlife. A they churn the mud off the Bottom and the mud has nitrogen and phosphorous. These Are the elements that feed the and its the algae that creates the Green color and doors he said while Catfish Are also Bottom feeders. Whitmore said. It s the turn to Ellis Lake i a3 state shuts off diversions for Junior rights holders by Andrew Creasey almost 500 Junior water hts in Yuba Sutter and Lusa counties Are no longer titled to divert any water is summer. In an expected move the ate water resources Conli Board issued the diver Sion curtailments to All Junior water rights which were established after 1914, in the Sacramento River watershed and Delta. In All 5,740 Junior water rights held by 2,772 individuals and entities received curtailment notices. The water Board issued a similar curtailment last year although it was issued slightly later in the year. A i done to think anybody should be surprised that they re getting these notices Quot said David Guy president of the Northern California water association. Quot that does no to mean people like to get them but they wont be the Impact locally will vary said mat Conant a Sutter county Walnut Farmer and Board member of the South Sutter water District. A for our water District it s not a Good thing but its not a Radical thing. We done to get that much water from those Conant said. Quot for turn to diversions i a2 it we had it last year. We survived last year and we will survive a this year. Walt Trevethan Sutter county Nee Farmer on curtailments Appal i to at vol. 164 a no. 122 daily 50865 00009 Calendar. A dear Abby. A8 lottery. A sports. By classifieds. By finance. Att nation. A7 state. A5 colouring a4 forum. A6 obituaries. A7 sudoku. B12 comics. B7 health Sci. A12 open forum. A weather. A12 crossword b7 local. A2-a3 scoreboard. A world. A8 High 90 10w 54 a please Recycle this newspaper after Reading

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