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Ten weeks after the Concow fire destroyed much of the mountain community, residents are sifting through ash as they try to recover.
By Tina Meyer
This article was published on 09.18.08
People in Concow wonder about the way the fire was handled.
Sunset Hills was little more than a driving range for two years; now that Walmart no longer has plans for the land, it’s back to business as usual.
By Meredith J. Cooper
City Council approves transparent negotiations with unions, with a 60-day grace period for informal talks in progress.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Butte County unveils a comprehensive plan to curb methamphetamine abuse.
By Ginger McGuire
With a scandal surrounding the head of CUHW, Butte County’s largest labor union, what does the future hold?
By Robert Speer
The roof is off the Old Patrick House, and preservationists are scrambling to come up with funds to replace it before the rains come.
When a Chico councilman marries his longtime partner this weekend, he’ll be making a political statement as well as a personal one.
The mystery behind Gordon Greb’s World War II record revealed on History Detectives.
A new study looks at schools based on the income of their graduates.
High prices at the pump and environmental concerns spur drivers to ditch their cars.
By Stephanie Maynard
Chico-based River Partners wins award for its habitat restoration.
Chico State’s Mark Stemen earns recognition at annual sustainability conference.
Get active by shutting down all types of screens during Fall Turnoff Week.
A new survey reveals young folks aren’t as eco-dedicated when it comes to buying habits.
If nothing else, the meltdown on Wall Street is going to give us an election of substance instead of frivolous distractions.
Individual councilmembers have every right to take positions on issues affecting Chico’s largest employer and only hospital.
It’s up to us to polish Chico’s crown jewel; Friends of Bidwell Park’s president explains how.
By Susan Mason
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Terry Walling wants to help Christians learn how to embody their values in everyday life.
It’s a lot of work to keep the mind still.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Editor shares some recent exchanges with readers over Palin and dissenting opinions.
Cuban-American artist Alejandro Mendoza reexamines the meaning of the cross.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Artoberfest arrives, Chico Visual Arts Alliance is born, Tommy Emmanuel and Bob Littell jam, and Mark Lore is out the door.
By Jason Cassidy
Still feeling the effects of the local anesthesia as Mark Lore faces his final days in Chico.
By Mark Lore
Oh, Jose can say a lot about steroid use, but comes off sounding like a blowhard.
By Sean Murphy
Listeners will be glad they listened to that woman on the cover.
Iconic artist completes his “California Trilogy” with I, Flathead.
By Stephen Metzger
Birds Of Fire fly again, and These Arms Are Snakes fly off the handle.
The Peculiar Pretzelmen play the pots and pans, and God of Shamisen plays metal with a lute.
Bacio Catering Co. offers take-out five days a week.
By Rosemarie Zoilus
The new Coen brothers production is fun, but uneven.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
DeNiro and Pacino pack a punch.
Val Kilmer shines through this dull prison drama.
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