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The city is spending more than it’s taking in and the reason is clear: Its employees are making out very well at the public trough.
By Richard Ek
This article was published on 03.29.07
An eminent local historian talks about the challenges facing 19th-century Chico women when it came to making and keeping money.
By Robert Speer
A group of Chicoans is about to set off on a 5,000-mile cross-country walk to promote a new way of teaching physical education that focuses on preventing obesity.
By Bryce Benson
Chico State students and their CAVE adviser—the city’s vice mayor—come back from Washington D.C. with first-hand experiences and added motivation.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Houser’s office is filled with problems, but the supervisors aren’t sure how to address them.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Med-pot ID cards available; Christian & Johnson celebrates 100 years; Travis Williams’ parents sue Holiday Inn.
Boozing instead of learning.
Chico’s out-of-whack budget must be addressed—now.
You may say he’s a dreamer, but Tom Blodget hopes someday you’ll join him.
By Tom Blodget
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Mike Antolock hopes to shine light on Chico’s Hidden Gems.
By Marisol Salgado
By C. Owsley Rain
Singer-songwriter Karen Joy Brown finds her calling and celebrates a new album.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Chico State philosophy professor Troy Jollimore successfully tests the poetry waters.
By Jaime O'Neill
Who needs a band when you’ve got yourself; heavy metal makes coloring fun; and Willie Nelson gets ready to bring the ‘shrooms and weed to Feather Falls.
By Mark Lore
Billy Collins’ Trouble With Poetry lets the rest of us in.
Online gaming, the players who love it and the money to be made; the future of robots isn’t just for the birds; and genetically modified mosquitos have glowing eyes for you.
By Morgan Paar
Arcade Fire whips the congregation into a ferver with Neon Bible.
By Jason Cassidy
Sonic Youth reveals its secrets in The Destroyed Room.
By Barbara Manning
Left for dead, New York’s Mathematicians return more powerful than before.
Dino’s offers solid options for an uptown, downstairs meal.
By Carey Wilson
The Lives of Others skillfully captures political picture of East Germany in the ‘80s.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Reign Over Me takes an original look at human loss and friendship.
Making money on the war in Iraq.
By Craig Blamer
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