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By Amanda Witherell
This article was published on 10.09.08
Eminent paleoanthropologist Richard Leakey says one conservation issue supersedes all others: climate change.
By Robert Speer
Forty people speak before the City Council, most in favor of single-family homes.
By Meredith J. Cooper
All the news that fits about the City Council and CUSD candidates forums.
Could a play warning of the dangers of teen suicide lead to a copycat suicide? School officials believe so—and for that reason stopped the Orland High production of Tim Milhorn’s drama.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Mary Flynn pleads not guilty in DUI case. Pretrial hearing comes next month.
Frustrated county supervisors gave the Kirshner Wildlife Foundation a clear choice: Move or we’ll shut you down.
Police Capt. John Rucker will take over as assistant city manager after a few months’ transition period, when Dennis Beardsley takes off the interim cap.
Butte County’s registration numbers, by city and party.
Mount Shasta’s seven glaciers are growing while elsewhere others are melting. Climb and see this climate change anomaly for yourself.
By Christy Lochrie
A new study suggests certain birds run higher risks of fatal collisions with spinning blades, which could help with siting.
The NextGen Energy Council forecasts blackouts and brownouts in 2009, particularly if summertime temperatures rise and reserve margins keep falling.
Reversing a move by the Bush administration, a federal court ruling restores protection of the endangered species.
Take stock of your soil after the first rainfall of fall—if shoring is in order, the Butte County Resource Conservation District has some sage advice.
The way to stop patch pirates from stealing medical marijuana is not to abolish Prop 215, but to decriminalize pot.
For the third time in four years, voters are being asked to limit minors’ access to abortion. Vote no on Proposition 4.
Modest reform would make a big difference for animals in California’s factory farms.
By Shannon York
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
The head of Chico’s Building Division is one unusual woman.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Secret sculptor unmasked: Twas that book proofreader in the geography department cubicle.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Who was great—and who as grating—in the League of Women Voters’ debates.
Christina Aranguren dials down the color in current show at the Chico Municipal Building.
Is TiON the future of Chico’s art scene? Is Chico’s live-music scene oversaturated? Plus, Jake Early and Aye Jay make t-shirt and poster art for the stars and Jay Reatard’s new singles CD is awesome!
By Jason Cassidy
John Villani’s latest book includes nine pages on our fair Chico.
Infectious Afro-Cuban and Caribbean beats that’ll rock your pants off.
Scottish brothers’ rarities highlight their early days of boredom and arrogance.
By Ryan Foley
France’s first lady executive-branches out on her exquisite third album.
Life is a constant road trip with traditional Irish/punk rockers Flogging Molly.
By James Barone
Henri tries the healthy and tasty food at Grilla Bites inside In Motion Fitness.
By Henri Bourride
Entertaining western genre update by director/co-screenwriter Ed Harris.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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