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Shannon Hostettler was reputed to have sticky fingers, but a high school sports group put her in charge of its money anyway. Then $70,000 went missing…
By Ginger McGuire
This article was published on 04.10.08
A noted political scientist tries to answer the daunting question: Two wars later, are we safer now?
By Robert Speer
This was the week when governmental budget issues really hit home in Chico.
The contest to become an Obama delegate pits young, inspired campaign activists against older, establishment politicians.
By Bryce Benson
A Cohasset couple say poison came from a meth-lab fire.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Independents who want to vote in the June 3 primary need to know the rules.
Lookout Point finally about to become only what its name says it is.
Asked to make a recommendation on a revised tree ordinance, Paradise planning commissioners leave matters up to interpretation.
Most dangerous drugs.
Why is the sustainability movement so monochromatic?
By Sena Christian
Seattle’s mayor continues to blaze trails with a ‘green fee’ for disposable grocery bags.
While dragging its feet on protecting polar bears, the Bush administration considers safeguarding seals.
A new book puts some major vacation destinations on an endangered species list.
Outside Lands attendees get a chance to buy up carbon credits.
As you pay your taxes this year, you might consider how the federal government is spending your money.
A week of dire budget accounts suggests a tough decision looming for Chico public employees.
‘Safe sex’ mantra is a fallacy in light of STD epidemic among teenagers.
By Jill Dwyer
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Nik Kitchel, at 16 years old, could be the cutest vegetarian alive.
By Laura Hauser
Another way of looking at the birds and the bees.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
More to consider about Chico vs. Oroville—and other hot buttons that keep getting pushed.
By Evan Tuchinsky
For 20 years AXIS has changed the rules of dance.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Author’s potential ‘spectacular waste of time’ makes its way across the pond.
By Ryan Bigge
Celebrating the celebratory rituals of students; heeling for a good cause; a sexy, not-so-secret art space; and one man’s art in another man’s column fodder.
By Mark Lore
Horror writer is back doing what he does best.
By Craig Blamer
Where there’s a will, there’s a way to hack; a sharper Bluetooth?; a greener way to listen to music; and the Wacky Web site of the Week.
By Morgan Paar
Another Rough Guide … this time, Hungarian music.
Brit-rockers don’t live up to frontman’s bold promise.
By Ryan Foley
Songwriter is back with her strongest album in years.
By Sean Murphy
Portland’s The Misfats pay tribute to The Misfits with their corpulent covers.
By Charles H. Peckham V
Breakfast, lunch or dinner, Nash’s is consistent and cozy.
By Henri Bourride
Film set in the 1920s is sweet, but unoriginal.
Theatre of the Absurd, Israeli-style.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
Chico State’s Panhellenic Council helps high school girls primp for prom.
By Monica Unhold
What are incoming freshmen most afraid of?
Prizes; sober fun time; and Betas not going to trial yet.
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