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Pups on Parole shows that a saving grace can come from the hands of a felon.
By Kat Kerlin
This article was published on 10.11.07
The Salvation Army has opened a huge new—and much-needed— drug-and-alcohol rehab center in Chico.
By Bryce Benson
Ocean explorer Jean-Michel Cousteau is optimistic that humans can quit using up the capital Earth provides for free and start living on interest only.
By Robert Speer
Former addicts tackle meth head-on.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Dr. Barry London wants to help as many people as he can, which is why he took on the daunting job of heading up the medical staff of 13 Sacramento Valley community health centers.
Filing as an individual, the supervisor charges that the city failed to follow the law in subdividing a small Chapman neighborhood property.
Andy Holcombe closes his law practice, takes job representing disabled people.
Supervisors want cities to implement development fees to pay for facilities and services their residents use.
Chicoans who have made it to celebrity status.
Feisty chef, author and nutritionist Ann Cooper is taking on the challenge of kids’ health, one school lunch at a time.
By Michele Bechard
Chico State’s upcoming conference leads participants down the sustainable highway.
By Melissa Daugherty
Environmental group pans the eco-efforts of an Olympics committee.
Ford gifts Massachusetts Institute of Technology $5 million for green car research.
A new study claims climate change will lead to significant rises in heat-related deaths.
Easy tips to composting leaves.
Why Herger should vote for override on SCHIP.
Finding seven “generalists” to serve on the city’s general plan advisory committee shouldn’t be difficult.
Adrenaline stimulation seems like a poor test of film quality.
By Jamie Hollomon
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Andy Houghtby, a Chico State University Police officer, aided in the recent standoff at Las Plumas High.
By Monica Unhold
Someone’s embarrassed about everything.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
By Evan Tuchinsky
A peek inside a couple of ‘must-sees’ at the 2007 Open Studios Tour.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Chicoan and Iraq War vet Jake McLaughlin makes film debut in the company of Oscar winners.
Graffiti abatement; wristband abatement; crack and yuppie abatement; “disorderly events” abatement and Mark Lore abatement.
By Mark Lore
Final Harry Potter installment continues to strike a nerve with children and adults.
Cover your controllers in plastic to avoid drool damage.
By Matthew Craggs
Where have all the URLs gone?; Microsoft gets all up in your Facebook; all the little devils get their Halos; kids, use that lightsaber on your brother, not fake Darth Maul; and the Wacky Web site of the Week.
By Morgan Paar
All-star metal band gets personal on third record.
By Joshua Merrell
Bluesman Rick Holmstrom adds some bells and whistles to classic sound.
By Miles Jordan
Faculty Ensemble brews up some educational jazz at the Big Room.
Best Chow Mein? Henri chooses Peter Chu’s.
By Henri Bourride
Quirky cast makes Austen more than just your typical comedy.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
The Farrelly brothers prefer to shock, rather than awe, their audience.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
Two fraternity deaths at Chico State in seven years and yet the hazing goes on.
It is possible to be romantic without forking out the dough.
Saving energy at Butte College; sports stars get their day; making campus safe; and indie music galore.
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