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On patrol with ‘the thin blue line’ in Oroville.
By Jaime O'Neill
This article was published on 06.14.07
Ride-along writer shares his personal story of his changed perspective.
Comparing and contrasting Butte County police forces.
Health care is turning into the No. 1 issue in California today, as Governor Schwarzenegger’s visit to Chico demonstrated.
By Bryce Benson, and Toni Scott
As Marilyn Gamette knows and never tires of saying, West Nile virus can strike anyone.
By Melissa Daugherty
Having a parent in prison is a tough secret for kids to carry around. A new mentoring program helps.
By Laura Hauser
The big question about the school superintendent’s resignation is: Why did he last only 21 months?
By Robert Speer
Door still revolving at TV news.
Runaway fire starter gets put away.
Depleted Planning Commission can’t get off the pot.
A look at statewide and county arrests.
Spice Creek owner-chef whips up eco-friendly entrees served with a side of insight.
Eco-friendly five-star hotel planned for New York City.
Groups file suit on behalf of Yogi’s friends in Yellowstone.
Sierra Club sees a connection between chemicals and gender-bending fish.
Check out Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program to learn what species are sustainable.
The governor’s “town hall meeting” accomplishes little, but something.
Disc golf has a place in Upper Bidwell Park.
Foster and adoptive parents deserve more support from the state.
By Dan Scheer
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Roberta Kirshner, who runs the Kirshner Wildlife Foundation, started caring for animals at age 8.
By Emanuella Orr
Being a father … and the power to off your offspring.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Editor takes his red pen to Chico’s 54 budget proposals.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Electronica scenesters get a dose of it from Monterrey, Mexico’s Antiguo Autómata Mexicana and Evil Hippie.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
There are frickin’ ‘squirrels with lasers’ in Chico; Chainsaw Darwin bares his teeth again; an unveiling of the Lost Ark of the Covenant near Oroville; and Weekly Devotions.
By Jason Cassidy
A small-town dude writes the screenplay of his life.
By Mark Lore
A fun-filled journey into the world of commercial radio with your host, Mark Lore.
Book chronicles in great detail the assassination of our 16th president.
Author Christopher Buckley sets his satirical sights on the Baby Boomers.
By Craig Blamer
A rare collection of music dedicated to the railroad.
By Michael Kuker
Ozzy is back … and he wants you to know it.
By Matthew Craggs
After landing in Chico, the members of 24 Satellites take to the country.
By Landon Moblad
Arsenio’s offers authentic Mexican food for the night owls.
By Henri Bourride
The whole gang is back for another involved caper involving lots of money.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Eli Roth does some explainin'.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Meredith J. Cooper
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