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A writer remembers the summer his daughter almost died.
By Jaime O'Neill
This article was published on 02.07.08
Nancy McGie came to the law late in life, but she’s making up for it by helping thousands of people every year.
By Laura Hauser
Delirium, despair and disgust on Super Tuesday night.
By Bryce Benson
State budget crisis has university students, faculty and staff questioning administration priorities.
By Richard Ek
For the second time in five years, a construction project at County Center has turned into a mess.
By Brad Brown
Former District 3 Congressman joins the race in the 4th Congressional District Republican primary.
Pleasant Valley sports-support club’s former treasurer arrested for stealing funds.
Jones’ deputy-turned-successor elevated to permanent status as Chico city manager.
Organizing personal finances isn’t at the top of most Americans’ to-do lists.
Sacramento man brings sustainable cob building to the golden state.
By Sena Christian
Scientists link manmade climate change to the West’s declining snowpack.
Local builder makes solar energy a standard feature in new housing development.
Big businesses aren’t making big enough strides when it comes to sustainable practices.
Local radio station hosts fund-raiser to benefit needy children.
The major drawback of mail-in voting during a primary election is the possibility of voting for a candidate who has dropped out of the race.
When nearly half of Americans, including three presidential candidates, don’t accept the theory of evolution, we’ve got a problem.
In choosing a set sentence over vague hope, Gregory Wright made a good plea bargain.
By Ron Reed
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Aimee Myles brings a message of good health as the Tooth Fairy.
The almighty dollar … what is it good for?
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Heading to the polling place is like heading back in time.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Print competition brings artists to Chico from all over the country.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
By Jason Cassidy
Club gives singles a new way of meeting each other.
By Toni Scott
Journalism conferences get me hot; Paul Stanley’s chest gets me hotter; and The Makai embark on a hot tour of Europe.
By Mark Lore
Get that vinyl inside your computer.
By Steve Metzger
Finally! A site that keeps you up on all the Internet lowdown.
By Charles H. Peckham V
Aging band still has what it takes.
By Ryan Foley
Background music for a lazy day.
By Angela Lashbrook
Mute Witness is big on harmonies … and named after a Morrissey song!
Paradise staple is a tasty throwback to the old-fashioned diner.
By C. Moore
Jessica Alba gets herself some new eyeballs … but still can’t act.
By Craig Blamer
Film is dumb as an ox … whatever that means.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
By Meredith J. Cooper
Similar news accounts raise the plagiarism question.
Here are the first four sentences from the Sacramento Bee and Orion stories:
Black History Month is here; a fun site for the college-minded; buy an internship; and an eco contest.
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