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Those in charge of Tehama County’s juvenile hall may be contributing to the kids’ delinquency.
By Meredith J. Cooper
This article was published on 10.08.09
Chico Country Day charter school faces possible eviction if an agreement isn’t made on renting its facility.
A meeting to discuss the results of an informal survey of Chico residents turns into a gripe session about, well, you name it.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
When Dr. Jane Hightower discovered evidence of mercury poisoning in her patients, she set out to find the cause.
By Nick Dobis
When it comes to medpot grows, the Chico City Council doesn’t know what to do.
By Robert Speer
Chico finished the 2008-09 year in good shape—now it’s time to look to the future.
Christina Billeci, a Democrat, has dreams of taking down Dan Logue.
KHSL and KNVN’s Nitin Lal and Cindy Nixon depart Chico.
The statistics tell the true story.
Harvesting organic wine grapes at the Butte College Vineyard.
Name-change signals promise to achieve “waste zero.”
U.S. considers lifting endangered-species status.
Proposal puts pressure on industry groups to reduce greenhouse gases.
Sitting next to the treasury secretary on a flight, the author imagines him answering her questions.
By Lori Brown
Now you can choose a hotel based on its green qualities.
The five Chico City Council members who voted to ask Walmart to “step up” did the right thing for Chico.
A botched execution in Ohio is yet another example of why we should get rid of the death penalty.
Being able to have a fire in the fireplace is a matter of personal freedom, an air-quality board member insists.
By Angela Thompson
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
A workout group that includes “The ABCs” and lunges.
By Serena Cervantes
Who can say his life’s richer than that of a New Guinean woman pounding sago?
By Anthony Peyton Porter
A flawed survey shows its bias against students.
It’s the last go-around of Rocky Horror Live for the Chico Cabaret.
By Alan Sheckter
The Blue Room re-imagines Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs with this all-female version: Reservoir Dolls.
By Lucas Sarcona
S.F. sound artist Pamela Z at Chico State; the Real Don Steele.
By Jason Cassidy
All Batmans on board for a trip down enemy lane.
By Matthew Craggs
Three decades after forming, New Zealand’s The Clean is still living up to its moniker.
By Barbara Manning
Abbey Road gets remastered and reinvigorated.
By Mark Lore
Chico’s Tin Roof Bakery opens downtown café storefront.
By Henri Bourride
Michael Moore’s satirical documentary style gets tiresome in Capitalism.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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