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Former Chico High students and teachers discuss how to get teens to value their bodies and health above their libidos.
By Katie Booth
This article was published on 08.14.08
Teaching English learners is tough, especially when the Chico Unified School District is in the midst of budget cuts.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Chico Unified School District honchos dish out the dirt on how the budget will affect students.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Management of Live Oak’s city government is passing from one Chicoan, former City Manager Tom Lando, to another, Jim Goodwin, who is resigning as president and CEO of the Chamber of Commerce.
By Robert Speer
STAR Credit Union celebrates 50 years of providing affordable loans to Butte County residents.
By Ginger McGuire
It was coincidence that the memorial services for Dr. Tom Enloe and Amit Tandon were held at the same time, but it was a meaningful coincidence.
The race for the Chico school board becomes competitive as the filing period comes to a close. Ditto in Paradise.
A big Chico-based developer has been penalized for allegedly failing to handle storm water runoff adequately on a Redding project.
Tyrone Freeman, president of an SEIU group representing Butte County workers, is implicated in a front-page exposé.
Nearly half of all high school students have had sex at least once.
Journalist and author Richard Louv says kids need to get outside.
By Emily Page
EPA and state of Utah poised to study the Great Salt Lake’s abundance of mercury.
Researchers say they’ve found 125,000 western lowland gorillas in Africa they previously didn’t know were there.
Scientists predict marine life to migrate from Pacific to Atlantic over next 40 years.
Conservation organization offers a guide to wildfire protection for the home.
Jane Dolan was in the house when the New Era Mine’s original permit was approved, but to three of her fellow supervisors that didn’t mean diddly.
After Iraq, the United States doesn’t have much credibility when it comes to opposing the invasion of a sovereign nation.
Once a magical place, Concow is now a land of devastation, and hundreds of people are homeless.
By Sarah Salisbury, and Tina Meyer
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Justin Klein-Edgerton turned to the Youth Leadership Forum to see past his limitations.
By Tang Lor
What’s news and what’s spew? Sample an editor’s in-box and see for yourself.
Local artists Bob Garner and Rod Caudill show their different styles at the Upper Crust.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
What’s on tap at our fine bastions of summer entertainment; Weird Al for prez; Bat for Lashes gets all Lynch on us; and a couple of classics leave before their time.
By Mark Lore
This summer, zombies / feast on flesh and poetry / neither one survives.
By Matthew Craggs
Play a video game! Get in shape!
By Josh Graham
A look at some devices and toys that will put you smack-dab in the year 2020.
By Morgan Paar
Sonoma singer-songwriter wears her heart on her sleeve on her latest.
Even with the controversial title scrapped, Nas still has plenty to say.
By Sergy El-Morshedy
Chico’s Dick and Jane are a folk duo with pop sensibilities and populist hearts.
By Jason Cassidy
It’s peach season, and Henri offers a different type of recipe using the fuzzy fruit.
By Henri Bourride
Seth Rogen passes the doobie; hilarity—and violence—ensue.
Dialogue and suspense whisk us away from American dramas.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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