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One man’s 14,000-mile, four-day journey to attend Barack Obama’s inauguration.
By Vernon L. Andrews
This article was published on 04.30.09
To everyone who knew him, Thomas Field was a good kid. But he made a foolish mistake, and now he’s being deported to England.
By Robert Speer
White Lotus Center’s Marilynn Jennings works for a healing public space through the Chico Community Labyrinth Project.
By Katie Booth
In a marathon joint session with Planning Commissioners, six of seven Chico councilmembers opt for a ‘paradigm shift’ emphasizing infill development and alternative transportation.
Legislators led by Dan Logue travel to Nevada to look into the loss of businesses to our neighboring state. Whether that loss is happening depends on whose numbers you crunch.
By Dennis Myers
Although it has yet to pose a threat in America, swine flu’s deadly hit on Mexico has local health-care officials gearing up.
Did you know about the election May 19? Yep, another one, and if you want to vote, you need to register by May 4.
A group of African-American parents and religious leaders are protesting what they say is a lack of representation on Little League teams.
New figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that union membership has gone up in California.
Consumers’ demand for bluefin tuna—particularly for sushi—pushes the species toward extinction.
By Alastair Bland
Cleanup at Iron Mountain site to speed up thanks to up to $25 million in stimulus money.
Save Mart honors Earth Day with reusable-bag giveaway.
Santa Barbara Zoo opens one of only three condor exhibits in the world.
Greg Kallio talks insulation, thermodynamics and thermal resistance without hurting your brain.
By Greg Kallio
Worried about toys from foreign countries? Make safe ones yourself with common household ingredients.
Republican lawmakers chase will-o’-the-wisp in Reno.
In supporting general-plan policies that eschew sprawl and promote transit, the City Council pushes Chico in a good direction.
Constitutional precepts can be—and have—changed. Gun violence presents a compelling argument that the right to bear arms merits revisiting.
By Stephen W. King
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Cosmetologist to the stars Michael Burke brings his hair and makeup expertise to a salon in Chico.
By Christy Pryde
Expectations and reality regarding the commander-in-chief.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Summit provides an impetus for a greener Butte County … should we chose such a course.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Paradise resident Nora Profit helps aspiring writers overcome their fear of failure at The Writing Loft.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Concow musician Garr1son.
By Jason Cassidy
Web source for information on helping women live in a healthy environment.
The Thermals rock out cautiously optimistically on Now We Can See.
By Mark Lore
Azariah Reynolds returns to Chico and resurrects Z’s Live Music.
By Alan Sheckter
Freshly milled grains and fresh-baked breads and sweets all day at Great Harvest.
Story of a homeless Julliard-trained musician and the newspaper man who tells his story does good work on several fronts.
I ain’t afraid of no Ghostbusters!
By Matthew Craggs
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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