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How the corn lobby bought its way into our gas tanks.
By William J. Kelly
This article was published on 10.18.07
Chico State neighbors wonder where 228 new residents are going to park.
By Meredith J. Cooper
After years of spinning its wheels on parking and traffic issues downtown, the Chico City Council gets some real traction.
By Robert Speer
Why would an otherwise intelligent man do something so crazy foolish that it gets him shot to death by a state game warden?
Advocates of a single-payer health-insurance plan rallied in Chico last week.
By Bryce Benson
Council will give cops ability to shut down unruly gatherings.
First community fundraiser a big success.
Sarsour makes history as Interfaith Council president.
Oroville winemaker makes good with the environment.
By Toni Scott
Barack Obama promises to deliver on energy challenges if he’s commander in chief.
Research shows young orcas have higher levels of toxins than older generations.
Mighty environmental efforts go into Universal Studios’ Evan Almighty.
Eco-friendly tips for lighting up your life.
If words could topple thuggish dictatorships, the generals who run Burma would have liberalized by now.
Emotionally, Greg White is still an immature kid and should be tried as such.
The city needs to open up labor contracts to public scrutiny—and not just the pacts for staff.
By Richard Ek
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Cecilia Richardson combines two passions—business and Africa—in her special store.
There’s therapy to be found in getting on the dance floor and moving.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Chico school officials need to be totally open before redirecting the ‘third high school’ bond.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Infamous tabloid mainstay become an unlikely source for a musical.
By Craig Blamer
Art First Saturday finds the CommonPath; things get scary for Halloween; scavengers unite at 1078; three arts organizations have reason to celebrate; the Crux has a zine; and the Bi-Weekly Devotions.
By Jason Cassidy
Steve Niles is reinventing the Hollywood vampire with 30 Days of Night.
By Ty Gorton
Perry Farrell does something shocking; France’s Fancy too fancy for football fans; The Wiyos bring the Vaudeville thing to Chico; and “disorderly events” ordinance gets the green light.
By Mark Lore
BoingBoing founder puts finger on the pulse of the Interweb.
Author/activist’s latest book offers plenty of accounts, but little solution.
By Tom Blodget
Group dishes up some Southern twang on its latest.
By Miles Jordan
Latest from the Canadian supergroup is simply super.
By Monica Unhold
Candy Apple emerges from the garage drenched in reverb … and tambourine.
By Landon Moblad
House of Bamboo offers tasty food in a quiet little location.
By C. Moore
It takes some time for Michael Clayton‘s storyline to fix itself.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Film succeeds on TV cop-show level.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
Butte College—from a bunch of trailers in Durham to the largest community-college campus in the state.
Just how competitive is Chico State?
Chico State ranked among the top business schools; out in wilderness wonderlands; riding across campus; remembering John Long.
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