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The lawmakers and governor who voted to eliminate funding for domestic-violence centers should hear Heather’s story.
By Jaime O'Neill
This article was published on 10.29.09
Filmmakers have produced a range of powerful films about domestic violence.
A dedicated group of Chicoans has grand plans for a medical marijuana-dispensing collective in town.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Zombies invade the Chico State campus.
By Stacey Kennelly
Another in our (bi-)weekly series of quick takes on the unfolding meltdown of the great state of California.
By Robert Speer
Visiting UC Davis professor Robert A. Emmons links wellness to positive thinking.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Bobsledder Emily Azevedo makes the World Cup team, placing her a step closer to her Olympic quest.
Chico State is getting about $1 million in federal funds, but the money is just a Band-Aid for the struggling CSU system.
Perry Reniff announces he is retiring come January.
One in six Americans report depression diagnosis.
Gateway Science Museum is home to a saber-tooth cat model.
Environmental health advocates call for reductions in rail-yard emissions.
By Sena Christian
Strides in energy efficiency may pay off in the future, council says.
Hoax stirs the pot about chamber’s views on climate legislation.
New vessel unveiled to physically stop illegal whaling.
Thriving local solar company FAFCO survives three decades of political and environmental change.
By Greg Kallio
Recycle Halloween Jack o’lanterns in a variety of ways.
The sooner the millions of dollars in funding can be put to use, the better for everyone.
Northern Californians aren’t eager to pay taxes to ship “their” water south.
Salmon are in crisis; removing four dams on the lower Snake River could save this iconic species.
By Paul Johnson
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
The 72-year-old Margaret Bomberg is a regular triathlon competitor—and a lawyer to boot.
When a man’s without direction, he needs a compass.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
A new article calls attention to California’s success with green-energy businesses, something our assemblyman completely ignores.
Douglas Keister tours cemeteries around the world and says Chico Cemetery is one of the richest.
By Shannon Rooney
Saying goodbye to Mark Arnone.
By Jason Cassidy
End world poverty with $300.
By Tom Blodget
Guitar pioneers Polvo reunite after 10 years.
By Conrad Nystrom
Senegalese-German duo release debut Sira.
By Diane Suzuki
Jai Uttal blends Eastern and Western sounds for meditative soundtrack.
Leonardo’s brings flavors of Spain to Chico.
Just when we thought we were done with teenage vampire flicks, another arises. But it’s fun and got flair.
Good news: Astro Boy is full of fun action. Bad news: Astro Boy is also full of boneheaded one-liners.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Craig Blamer
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
If Chico wants to be a really great arts city, it needs to build a community art museum.
One’s a painter. One a graphic artist. Another is a printmaker. What they have in common is that visual art is their career.
This writer writes about writing—and living.
Earth-friendly art abounds in Chico.
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