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Byron Wolfe’s new ‘yearlong photo diary, Everyday, uses a picture a day to tell the story of his life over the course of a year.
By Robert Speer
This article was published on 02.28.08
A surly crowd of mountain folks tell air-quality officials just what they think about regulating wood stoves. Talk about getting heated …
By Brad Brown
How Pastor Jim Culp and Orchard Church created two refuges for addicted homeless people who want to turn around their lives.
By Toni Scott
Three Democrats have already signed on to challenge Rep. Wally Herger, who hasn’t lost an election in more than two decades.
By Bryce Benson
Midway through a trip to visit their son, a Chico couple becomes caught up in the violence and desperately tries to flee the African country.
Steve Brown hangs up his Chico Fire Department hat, though his retirement won’t be total.
Just a week after saying he intended to run for re-election, Supervisor Curt Josiassen announces he’s leaving after three terms.
KHSL/KNVN newsroom loses Eric Hodge and Linda Garrett to Tucson, where the couple will work at rival stations.
ABC pushes back a week the Nightline with North State anti-porn activist Donny Pauling.
U.S. military spending blows the rest of the world out of the water.
Chico State is among 90 campuses participating in a ranking system for sustainability.
Scientists propose protecting wild British Columbia salmon by ferrying them past dangerous fish farms.
Salma Hayek and other Hollywood movers and shakers lend their star power to the green movement.
Conservation groups are preparing to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for delisting wolves as an endangered species.
When Mother Nature gives a lot of water all at once, reduce the wasteful runoff with a rain barrel.
Butte County’s updated general plan will have agricultural and land-use elements. Supervisors should consider adding another, for water.
If there is to be a positive side to the president’s legacy, Africa is it.
Cattle may be raised with care on family farms, but there’s a great equalizer: the truck to the processing plant.
By Sarah Downs
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Vanessa Ceccarelli lets her vagina do the talking.
Fathers know best … most of the time.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Some solid leads on one local race … and random speculation (really random) on another.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Filmmaker gets his hands dirty in the world of motocross.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Charcoal drawings from the late John Ayres finally see the light of day.
Hip-hop artist Nas making a bold statement with his yet-to-be released album.
By Salim Muwakkil
The legend of “hella”; Gene Simmons has … sex on tape!; vaginas are people, too; Monotonix signs to Drag City, returns to conquer Chico; and the CAMMIES are here for you.
By Mark Lore
Outdoors columnist boldly goes where no man has gone before.
By Sean Murphy
Junk the junk mail—for good.
By Michele Bechard
Google is so going to kick Apple’s ass; R.E.M. leaves its videos up to the fans; go fishing on your cell phone; and the Wacky Web site of the week.
By Morgan Paar
Latest album honors group’s past while looking to the future.
By Charles H. Peckham V
A little blues, a little pop and rock make quite a ruckus.
By Miles Jordan
For burgers and fries, Yummy Yummy is a cheap alternative.
By Henri Bourride
Film offers many perspectives, but never dives below the surface.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Film a little uneven, serves as a less funny Rushmore.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
Diversity coordinator Tray Robinson shows it’s important to step outside of yours.
By Laura Hauser
The rules of the road for the bike minded.
Reissuing cultural films; national art award; doodling; and a celebration for Bob Vivian.
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