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Outreach, acceptance and embracing change have transformed Bidwell Presbyterian from floundering to full of life.
By Meredith J. Cooper
This article was published on 01.24.08
Just as Enloe received full accreditation, three cases from the past came back to haunt it.
By Robert Speer
When a group of 40 women—and one man—got together, the subject was how to get more women elected to office.
By Emanuella Orr
Chico’s Mechoopda Indian tribe has nearly completed the federal part of its casino approval process—that is, if the county doesn’t sue.
While many areas of California are suffering through the worst housing crisis in decades, Chico is experiencing little more than a mild downturn. Why is that?
Ag interests lose a lot in the wind: $69 million in Butte County and $48 million in Glenn.
North State favorite’ weatherman joins a former colleague in Florida.
Las Plumas High gunman Gregory Wright hit with a 22-year prison term.
American education statistics compared to other international education statistics.
Marching for peace.
Chico State and Butte College take on a national campaign to help solve the climate crisis.
By Ryan Laine
Publication launches quarterly magazine aimed at eco-conscious consumers.
Dead bald eagles trigger an investigation by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials.
New research showing a loss of Antarctic ice fuels worries about significant ocean-level increases.
You can put more materials in the recycling container than you may realize.
For the presidential showdown, Barack Obama and John McCain are the best of their parties’ candidates.
Both measures would lock in state spending levels, making it even harder for the Legislature and governor to come up with a budget.
The abortion ruling reaches its 35th anniversary but faces fresh challenges.
By Eileen Schnitger
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Paul Niess is a young man in the old business of fixing clocks.
By Monica Unhold
Life without computers? Umm … sure.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
An educational walk in an educator’s shoes, where the rubber truly meets the road.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Thomas Kren puts ancient manuscripts in a new light.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Artspace … the final frontier; former Chico artist spreads a little Chico in New Mexico; a road trip to Lourdes; and the Bi-Weekly devotions.
By Jason Cassidy
It’s a bird! It’s … the ninth annual Snow Goose Festival, bringing nature and art together.
Loosen up those arms, we’re flapping our way around the globe: Starring The Chills, The Mint Chicks, Between the Devil and the Deep, Guns Are for Kids, Die Ärzte and Los Dug Dug’s.
By Mark Lore
Travel writer takes jabs at … travel writers, among others.
By Steve Metzger
“Green” architect gives tips on how to make efficient homes.
By Michele Bechard
New York’s Vampire Weekend finds its muse in other cultures.
By Ryan Foley
There are some bright spots, but the Eagles’ latest fails to capture the past.
By Dave Benatti
Icy blonde Rykarda Parasol brings her brooding rock to Chico.
By Charles H. Peckham V
Newly reopened restaurant passes with taste and presentation.
Best Picture nominee is a good period piece when it stays on track.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Giant monster movie? Check. Date movie? Check. Whoa!
By Craig Blamer
College students become politically active in the presidential primaries.
By Toni Scott
How does Chico State rank against other schools?
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