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What it’s like to be unemployed for months on end.
By Shannon Rooney
This article was published on 02.04.10
Here are some quick statistics on unemployment.
Don Bird says a sheriff’s office memo ordering against arresting Jim Nielsen is flat-out wrong.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Nonprofit Sunshine Sanctuary for Kids and Horses pleads for public’s help to protect its rare herd from equine flu.
By Melissa Daugherty
Another in our biweekly series of quick takes on the unfolding meltdown of the great state of California.
By Robert Speer
Chico City Council moves forward to create a marijuana ordinance.
Despite an Orland City Council rejection, Save Our Water Resources isn’t giving up.
The effort to ban wood stoves and the like on bad air days moves forward.
Robin Huffman will take over as advocacy director.
Twitterholic.com tracks Chico’s most popular Twitterers.
Five tips from the Sierra Green Building Association to help get you through the winter.
By Kat Kerlin
Target Corp. switches to wild Alaskan salmon in an effort to be more environmentally conscious.
In-home, naturally occurring gas is identified as leading lung cancer cause for non-smokers.
U.S. BLM comes under fire for “inhumane” techniques used in mustang roundups.
Just how eco-friendly is your fave place to shred the slopes?
The need for health-care reform is as great as ever.
The state is dumping prisoners on county facilities that don’t have room for them.
By Jerry Smith
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Chico State alum Kelly Candaele enlists students in documentary project.
By Hillary Feeney
Naturally, it’s almost over.
Council members aren’t fazed by tough questions at Chamber event.
Arts DEVO is feeling lyrical.
By Jason Cassidy
Zadie Smith’s first collection of nonfiction essays.
By Willow Sharkey
PV High grad Tom Dempsey has a terrific new book of and about photography.
By Jim Gregg
On their debut, young West Palm Beach five-piece takes on any style with grace.
By Mark Lore
Joe Jack Talcum, founding member of comedy-punkers The Dead Milkmen, has never stopped rocking.
By Ken Smith
Rock show in empty clothing shop brings back memories of lively Second Street scene.
By Lucas Sarcona
Henri finds happiness at the bottom of a bowl in Santa Fe, N.M.
By Henri Bourride
Mel Gibson returns to form in revenge thriller.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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