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Butte County looks to be the second county in the state to ban the growing of genetically altered crops and animals.
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 07.01.04
An interview with an ag professor about the use of GEOs.
The Butte Humane Society wants a new contract for running the city’s animal shelter, and has said it will vacate the building if no progress is made, a move that would might seal the fate of many strays.
By Josh Indar
Senate bill targets schools’ search policies.
By Devanie Angel, and Michelle Maas
Group will recommend which schools to close.
By Devanie Angel
Sales tax increase considered; local medpot case goes to supremes.
Dishing diversity info.
Some Sloan supporters need to get on with their lives.
Painful cuts in the school district yet to be made.
By Scott Huber
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Paradise’s man sudden burst of fame recalled in Bill Clinton’s autobiography.
By C. Owsley Rain
Pay rent how you want, celebrate Hubbs and a July 4 wedding.
Summer belongs to the kids at local community theaters.
By Chelsea Sime
The Annies Arts Awards are something I could get used to.
By Jason Cassidy
Betty Rocket is a rock-'n'-roll musical revue disguised as space opera.
By Carey Wilson
Up and coming singer/songwriter Mindy Smith will play more than just country at the Big Room.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Bo Diddley gives it good at Colusa Casino.
The Dead, along with longtime Dead lyricist Robert Hunter played Sleep Train Amphitheatre.
Weighing in on the all-important issue of farmed vs. wild salmon.
By Henri Bourride
Controversial Fahrenheit 9/11 best seen as an “elaborate editorial cartoon.”
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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