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Chico, Calif., and Tamsui, Taiwan, have more in common than you might think.
By Brian Kennedy, and Elizabeth Guo
This article was published on 07.10.08
Tamsui or Danshuei? How to spell Chico’s sister city depends on which Romanization system you use.
Chico and Tamsui, Taiwan, have grown apart, but a renewed friendship isn’t out of the question.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Join us for a week at Camp ReCreation, where disability doesn’t mean a thing and joy is the watchword.
By Sarah Kelly
Six weeks after Kris Garrett was found dying on Dayton Road, police still don’t know who ran him over.
By Katie Booth
A report released Tuesday offers recommendations to increase the city’s sales-tax revenues.
Butte Creek is a salmon success story, but some believe the fishery would be even healthier if the Centerville Powerhouse were shut down.
By Robert Speer
Local Democrats get the jump on Republicans by opening a campaign office in Chico.
No sooner had Gov. Schwarzenegger toured the remnants of the Humboldt Fire than winds whipped up another conflagration, forcing mass evacuations.
Chico’s share of the money allocated so far for the Iraq War comes to nearly $91 million. Here’s what that money could have bought instead.
It’s not just the glaciers; climate change is also going to affect our mindset.
By Clive Thompson
After nearly 20 years of litigation, the U.S. Supreme Court slashes punitive damages for the victims of Exxon Valdez.
Florida’s governor helps broker a $1.75 billion deal to restore the environmentally sensitive region.
Spain sets a precedent, extending legal rights to nonhuman great apes.
A few simple steps to guilt-free barbecueing.
Report: California’s death-penalty system is dysfunctional and must change.
The Red Cross is in the business of helping people, but now it needs our help.
Proposition 22 backers use curious language—a la the Knight Initiative—that belies their true (and misguided) agenda.
By Daniel Duart
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Paul Johnson hopes to bring a new look to Chico fashion.
By Sergy El-Morshedy
Win or lose, the best games are like life.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Councilman Larry Wahl isn’t a grandstander, but if he’s going to pontificate, he needs to be more consistent about it.
By Evan Tuchinsky
First-time Blue Room director leads a young cast through a coming-of-age tale in Crow and Weasel.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Arts DEVOté sees Jesus on the horizon; Sacto goes French; local author and local artist get some love outside of chico Chico; and the Bi-weekly Devotions.
By Jason Cassidy
Eco tours give locals a chance to experience the wildlife on the Sacramento River, and a taste of fine dining.
By Melissa Daugherty
Americans are still eating fast food at alarming rates, but there is a value meal that rocks.
By Mark Lore
A sour personality and jail time doesn’t mean you can’t make a mean cookie.
By Alexis Harmon
A fine return to form with Dallas’ rowdy young brothers.
Reissues put Japancakes’ music on display again.
By Ryan Foley
Band comes close to former greatness, but can’t quite capture it.
By Stephen Deroski
Portland’s The Pink Snowflakes play psychedelic on a budget.
By James Barone
Scotty’s Landing is a place for tasty pub grub on the outskirts of Chico.
By Rosemarie Zoilus
Peter Berg’s inverted superhero movie is deliciously hard to pin down.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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Compiled By Jason Cassidy
Compiled By Meredith J. Cooper
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