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Where are Chico’s outsider artists hiding?
By Jason Cassidy
This article was published on 07.31.08
With 30,000 held in captivity by the Bureau of Land Management, awaiting possible euthanasia, the future of the mustang looks bleak.
By Melissa Daugherty
California dairy farms face strict regulations to keep streams clean.
By Katie Booth
Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District’s so-called research project draws a legal challenge from the Butte Environmental Council.
By Bryce Benson
Residents say they aren’t being warned as county vector control promises more advance notice of its West Nile countermeasures.
By Sarah Kelly
Chico’s political scene is calm before the election deadline, but there’s drama afoot in Oroville and Paradise.
Chairman of the Butte County Democratic Party is running for school board in Paradise.
Chico’s City Council and Planning Commission will jointly review planners’ revisions to ‘land-use alternatives.’
A category we care about on the America’s Most Admired Companies survey from Fortune.
Watch ’em, weep, then get off your duff and do something.
By Hannah Strom-Martin
New Web site is looking to be the go-to place for sharing and viewing environmental videos.
Stricter regulations on fumigants tick off the agricultural sector.
Federal judge acknowledges the delta has imperiled the fish, but solutions appear a long way off.
Check out this study to see which sunscreen brands got passing grades.
Shame on you, Gov. Schwarzenegger, for stressing out workers to pressure legislators. Is that really the best you can do?
Just because our wildfire complex has been contained doesn’t mean we should relax. Stay on top of things with the Butte County Fire Safe Council.
Enloe and its service workers’ union have their differences of opinion, but the hospital COO says patients’ safety shouldn’t be one of them.
By Mike Wiltermood
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
There’s a buccaneer adventure on ye olde river!
By Mark Lore
No one said the battle against pollutants and politicians would be easy.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Value is in the eye of the appraiser, but one thing is indisputable: There’s no such thing as an art town without an art public.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Three Bay Area artists bring their different styles together at 1078 Gallery.
By Alan Sheckter
Former nurse and outdoor adventure seeker Dawn Adams hits the runway on TV Land’s She’s Got the Look.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Why Chico’s fascination with island escapism? Jimmy Buffet and Tommy Bahama hold all the answers.
An illustrated look at life behind the Iron Curtain in the 1960s.
By Stephen Deroski
The iPhone 3G is keeping me up at night; gearing up for the new line of rocker-friendly video games; new device lets you charge you phone off the grid; and the Wacky Web Site of the Week.
By Morgan Paar
Second release from Gnarls Barkley trades hip-hop for hip pop.
By Sergy El-Morshedy
Less boogie and more rock ‘n’ roll on Blues Boss’ latest.
By Miles Jordan
A look inside the vainglorious world of French synth wave.
By Ryan Foley
“Next big thing” has fun in a violent, violent world.
Classic ‘50s drive-in will take you back to the days of hair grease and bobby socks.
By Henri Bourride
New X-Files flick: File under ‘x’ for x-tremely ludicrous.
By Craig Blamer
Documentary only scratches the surface of Hunter S. Thompson’s legend.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Meredith J. Cooper
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