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A full year after fire destroyed more than half the homes in Concow, only a few residents have been able to rebuild.
By Jason Cassidy
This article was published on 07.09.09
Francine Shaw was an active, healthy 82-year-old before being overdosed with Heparin at Enloe Hospital. Now she needs round-the-clock care.
By Ginger McGuire
In Butte County Prop. 36 drug-treatment programs have worked, saving taxpayers money. Now funding is being cut.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
There’s a one-word synopsis for what happened this week: impasse.
By Robert Speer
Library supporters lined up to plead for more funding, but it was already clear a council majority was opposed.
TANC project on life support after SMUD pulls out.
City lends Catalyst $500,000 to help it bridge a funding gap from the state.
Activist Don Bird fails in his effort to put a recall measure on the ballot, but he’s not giving up.
Which sunscreens protect you best and are safest? Here’s a list from Environmental Working Group.
Bidwell Mansion gains a half a floor.
Organic endeavors keep historic Bayliss Ranch alive and thriving.
By Katie Booth
Feds doling out billions to automakers for fuel-efficient models.
Loggers lament federal decision shielding marbled murrelet.
Feds extend protections for Maine’s Atlantic salmon.
Shotcrete technology offers advantages in green building.
By Greg Kallio
EPA’s Household Emissions Calculator helps homeowners get a handle on their greenhouse gases.
It’s a shame Barbara Vlamis refused to share directorship of BEC. Her advocacy skills will be missed.
Council members should let the public speak before advertising how they intend to vote on issues.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan wants to meet with people. Take him up on the offer!
By Anne Schulte
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Peer into your inner workings with Sally and Linda Pearson, who are teaching self-hypnosis at Café Culture.
By Kenna Cook
Worry: I prefer to keep my mind on other things.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
What’s in a name? Shakespeare in the Park changes its moniker and venue, and comes up smelling like roses.
By Alan Sheckter
Chico summer theater.
A posthumously published commencement speech by David Foster Wallace.
By Lucas Sarcona
“Suck in the gut, guys. We’re Ghostbusters.”
By Matthew Craggs
Loose, loud and ready for world domination.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Mamadou and Vanessa Sidibe bring a splash of West Africa to Chico.
Cal’s Kitchen, the only artisan tofu place in the North State.
It takes a nation’s newly empowered FBI to hold back antihero John Dillinger in Michael Mann’s Public Enemies.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Evan Tuchinsky
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