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In 2010, the Territorial Dispatch doubled in size and changed from a twice-monthly publication schedule to a weekly.
Regular feature writers for the Territorial Dispatch include Marysville City Historian Henry Delamere, Yuba County Historian Donna M. Landerman, local historian Carol Withington, "Franecdotes" columnist Fran Crawford, "Thoughts" columnist Charlie LeFevre, "Fishin' Talk" columnist Boots Johnson, "The Way it Used to Be" columnist Larry R. Matthews, "Viewpoint" columnist Audrey Stricker, "News from the Brownsville Bailiwick" columnists Christine and Yvonne (last names withheld), and "Cross Views" columnists Wayne Vincent (pastor at Loma Rica Community Church) and Steve Souza (catechist at St. Joseph Catholic Church). The regular writer of letters to the editor in every issue of the Territorial Dispatch is Charles Carmack of Rackerby.
As of May 2011, sponsors advertising in the Territorial Dispatch included AA Self Storage, Abra-Ka-Dabra Tile, Upholstery, and Carpet Cleaning, The Aerator, All Seasons RV, Ampla Health, Beeler Tractor Co., Inc., The Bonanza Restaurant, Boots Johnson's Diamond J Ranch Smokey Chipotle Dipping Sauce, Bowles, Olives, and Owens Paralegal Services, Byron Shinkle Real Estate, Cliff Hughey Construction, Colco Insurance Services, Inc., Comfort Keepers, Consumer Credit Counseling Service, Twin Cities, Cotton's Cowboy Corral, Dave Greenetz Construction, Dawn Narvaez Mobile Notary, Dickinson Heating and Cooling, Docu-Shred, EDS Plumbing and Pump Service, Ellyson Chiropractic, Faith Christian Schools, Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous, Foothill Ace Hardware, G-M Systems, George Steiner VFW Post 10135, The Groomery, Harvey and Songer Custom Wheel Alignment, Brake, and Tire Service, Jan Moore, Notary Public, Jerry's Down Town Stereo, Kathy Craigo Media Consulting, KMYC-AM 1410, The Laughing Lotus, The Law Office of Frederick J. Gibbons, several Lions Clubs, Live Wire Products, Inc., Marysville Collision Center, McLeod Foothill Realty, North Valley Paralegal, Padthai Cuisine, Pattycakes Café and Bakery, Percy Market, PMZ Real Estate, Ray's General Hardware, River's Edge Bar and Grill, Shelf Reliance, Sierra Pacific Construction, the Silver Dollar Saloon, Single Real Estate, Sutter County Peach Tree Clinic, Sutter Medical Foundation, Szechwan Chinese Restaurant, Wally Gumper Country Book Series, W. S. Coin, Yuba City Scrap 'n' Steel, the Yuba Environmental Science Charter Academy, Bayliss Lavender Ranch & Estate in Biggs, Manzanita Car Sales in Gridley, the M3 Mall in Grass Valley, and The Parsonage Bed & Breakfast Inn in Nevada City.
2011-09-22 11:48:11 I very much appreciate the articles in the Territorial Dispatch regarding the United Nation’s General plan for Yuba County. The United Nations goal of Sustainable Development for America is moving forward with alarming speed and will effect every aspect of life in America, food, water, transportation and population. Here is what they say about private property; ”Land because of its unique nature and the crucial role it plays in human settlements, cannot be treated as an ordinary asset, controlled by individuals and subject to the pressures and inefficiencies of the market. Private land ownership is also a principle instrument of the accumulation and concentration of wealth and therefore contributes to social injustice: if unchecked, it may become a major obstacle in the planning and implementation of development schemes” Section (D, Land) of “U.N. Report of Habitat” 1976. Thank you, Territorial Dispatch for pointing out a clear and present danger in a world full of smoke and mirrors.
2011-09-30 17:20:35 can you tell me something about the house at 1600 yuba st. it looks very old —184.108.40.206
2011-09-30 23:06:42 Zillow.com says that house was built in 1932. Not sure what that has to do with the Territorial Dispatch, though! —queerbychoice