YUBA CITY, CA – On January 1, California’s new “Smoke-free Cars with Minors”
law will take effect which prohibits smoking in cars when youth under 18 years
old are present, giving California the most comprehensive smoke-free car law in
the nation. The law was passed to protect children in response to growing
scientific evidence that smoking in cars exposes passengers to high levels of
toxic secondhand smoke.
On Tuesday, January 1st, most county offices will be closed in observance of the New Years Holiday.
December 19, 2007
On Monday and Tuesday, December 24th & 25th, most county offices will be closed in observance of the Christmas Holiday. On Tuesday, January 1st, most county offices will be closed in observance of the New Years Holiday.
Help a Family in Our Community
December 05, 2007
Would you like to do something this Christmas to help a family
in our community?
The Adopt a Family Christmas List is a great opportunity to do
something that will really give you the Christmas spirit. Your
involvement in this program will make sure that a family in need
from our community will have Christmas.
Each year donors from our community have provided toys, gifts, gift
certificates and food baskets for Christmas dinners, boxes of non
perishable food items and even Christmas trees. These donations make
Christmas possible for over 100 families in our community every year.
To help with this years Christmas list call Bev Dal Porto at 822-7505.
Most people believe that on the First Day of Christmas the appropriate gift to give is a Partridge
in a Pear Tree. Well, the American Red Cross believes in building Disaster Resistant Neighborhoods during the Holiday
To help you in purchasing stocking stuffers and Christmas gifts designed to make individuals, families and the homes
they live in as safe as possible, the American Red Cross has put together the following recommendations for gifts
for the Twelve Days Of Christmas.
Safe Holiday Driving Tips
December 04, 2007
The Christmas holiday period is a particularly dangerous time on the roads. Not preparing
for your trip or ensuring that your vehicle is ready could increase the risk of an accident
or roadside emergency.
Car accidents remain the leading cause of death for children under 14, with riding unrestrained
the single greatest risk factor for fatal injury. Some one in four children under 5 are not
buckled in, a survey shows.
The following driving tips have been
prepared to help you face the hazards of winter motoring.