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I’ve lost 55 pounds in six months with bariatric surgery, but
it’s still a struggle every day.
By Meredith J. Cooper
This article was published on 01.14.10
Weight-loss surgery changes lives for the better, doctor says.
Chico Unified School District takes small steps toward more healthful
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Chico man convicted of setting fire to popular Chico antiques store
gets an earful at his sentencing.
By Stacey Kennelly
Commit county to coming up with an ordinance regulating dispensaries.
By Robert Speer
Chico event gives a whole new meaning to free market.
By Melissa Daugherty
City Council will discuss turning Second and First streets into one-way
Chico police catch suspect in the murder of AB Skhy Abrahamian.
Dan DeWayne of Chico Performances is honored by nonprofit arts
Eating tips for Americans from other countries.
Biologists reintroduce the elusive creature to its native Sierra
By Mark Lore
Lundberg Family Farms gets the seal for organic farming practices.
University of Nevada, Reno patents first-of-its-kind desalination
system for world’s closed-basin lakes.
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society gains new ship, but loses another
after being struck by a Japanese whaler.
Couple champion eating foods from within 100 miles of home.
Enough cutting! It’s time to raise some money.
At the animal shelter, dozens of lives are at stake.
By Judy Alberico
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Mark Nett runs 15 Minute Fitness, which offers a combination
strength-training and nutrition program.
Who really benefits from the prolongation of a dying person’s
By Jaime O'Neill
Let’s try love rather than torture.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Celebrating a man who built community was well as buildings.
Former Chico impresario DNA comes home to do stand-up with Pawns of
By Ken Smith
Art’s DEVO’s semi-annual theater preview.
By Jason Cassidy
Vonnegut lives on in newest short-story collection.
By Sean Murphy
Indian slide-guitar master Debashish Bhattacharya pays homage to
ancient Sanskrit love story.
Posthumous release from Mexican-American singer/songwriter Lhasa.
Big Room’s favorite son John McCutcheon returns to the Sierra
Nevada Brewery’s stage.
America’s unsustainable diet.
By Colette Bourride-Mulligan
Terry Gilliam is as creative and convoluted as ever.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Spierig brothers’ follow-up to Undead is no fun.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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