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Nobody can say the new president and CEO of the Chico Chamber of Commerce doesn’t know her way around town.
By Robert Speer
This article was published on 12.11.08
Can the Torres Shelter recover from the loss of a $200,000 grant? It’s up to us.
By Bryce Benson
To water officials, the ongoing aquifer study program is an important research project, but to others it’s a threat.
At 82, photographer David Johnson looks back on a remarkable career as a significant chronicler of African-American life.
Trouble continues to mount for the former head of the union representing Butte County’s in-home care workers.
Final election tallies show that Chico is a solidly Democratic and liberal city.
As Shannon Hostettler learns how much she has to repay for embezzling from the Pleasant Valley High sports boosters group, two others are charged with stealing from kids.
Word-scramble puzzle to test your knowledge of newcomer officials.
Locals take to the streets sustainably thanks to two new car dealerships selling environmentally friendly vehicles.
By Stephanie Maynard
Chico State environmental-consulting group wins award for its efforts to make campus offices sustainable.
Entrepreneur Tom Quinn shares his insights into the eco sector with Chico State students.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife officials add the Mexican garter snake to a list of species they think should receive federal protections.
New York winters were no match for the engineering savvy of Sustainable Space columnist Greg Kallio.
By Greg Kallio
Switch from incandescents to LEDs to reduce your environmental footprint.
The Butte Environmental Council’s water litigation against Butte County is unnecessary and counterproductive.
More kids are compromising their ethics these days. What should be done about it?
Shopping at local independent stores is important; don’t forget those shops that also promote reuse!
By Tracy McDonald
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Victoria Hunt’s first book, Animal Omens, shows the spiritual side to our interactions with other species.
By Serena Cervantes
The definition of ‘marriage’ will evolve soon enough.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Disc golf doesn’t have to be an all-or-nothing proposition.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Trying to take in three plays opening the same weekend in Chico’ s bustling community theater scene.
By Jason Cassidy
It’s music week, with Celtic, electronic, metal, punk, rap, comedy musicals and French pop.
Chico State and Butte County’s Book in Common is the story of one man making a difference in war-torn Pakistan and Afghanistan.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
New expansion feeds World of Warcraft addictions.
By Matthew Craggs
New set collects best of his Christmas CDs onto one disc.
By Christy Pryde
The reissue of an adventurous debut is a collaboration worth checking out.
The Birdhouse, an intimate house-concert venue hidden in Forest Ranch.
Henri Bourride’s make-them-yourself gifts for the cook and kitchen.
By Henri Bourride
Film version of The Boy in the Striped Pajamas can’t make kid’s stuff out of the Holocaust.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Get ready for the snow with our annual Winter Guide.
For less than the cost of a ski pass, you can backcountry ski for the rest of your life.
By Michael Seibert
‘Summit kids’ in the North State and Tahoe feel the heat of global warming.
By Robin Epley
Olympic-aspiring skicross racer Errol Kerr is the pride of Truckee—and Jamaica!
By Tim Hauserman
To find more natural options for your ornaments, head into the woods.
By Kat Kerlin
Eco-friendly accoutrements for the slopes.
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