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Tea Partiers say they want to take back their country. From whom?
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 04.29.10
Paradise Town Council members approve ballot measure asking residents to fund additional fire and police protection.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Author Rebecca Skloot gives voice to a forgotten pioneer of science named Henrietta Lacks.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
District attorney refocuses investigation into student stabbing after clearing an initial suspect of the purported hate crime.
By Leslie Layton
A rocky elections period at Chico State doesn’t stop Amro Jayousi.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Studies on Walmart’s plan to build a Ridge shopping center are under way.
It will go after New Era’s financial assurance, begin reclamation process.
Hundreds gather at Chico State to denounce the stabbing attack of A.S. President Joseph Igbineweka.
Chico recognized for being stoned.
Animal advocates and Department of Fish and Game at odds over proposed changes to hunting California black bears.
By Alastair Bland
Tehama County approves what may be the state’s largest solar-panel project.
Waste Management offers alternative to renting metal Dumpster for in-home projects.
Records say combined ocean- and land-surface temperature in March was the warmest ever recorded.
Chico area’s threatened and endangered species.
An outdated law puts hospitals like Enloe at a disadvantage.
Racial profiling is a sign of the times.
Tiger Woods is no longer a man; he’s a commodity.
By Jaime O'Neill
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Tim McDonald’s remarkable career.
By Robert Speer
Megan Moore’s meticulous prints part of Self-taught and Not show at Avenue 9 Gallery.
MaMuse talks about Strange and Wonderful with Arts DEVO.
By Jason Cassidy
In the Old West at least you’d get a warning before being laid out …
By Matthew Craggs
Paradise’s yodeling cowboy releases new live disc.
One wouldn’t blame Shelby Lynne if she decided to never come back to Chico.
Rock, Hip-hop and World nominees for the 2010 Chico Area Music Awards.
By Alan Sheckter, Mark Lore, and Stacey Kennelly
Chaffin Family Orchards now taking chicken orders.
By Shannon Rooney
Greenberg delivers with a mix of offbeat character study, and droll romantic comedy.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
The Losers has everything your inner-13-year-old craves.
By Craig Blamer
Stalin’s WWII massacre of Poles the subject of Polish director Andrzej Wajda’s latest film.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
It’s bigger than you think.
Chico-raised businessman provides the community with a place for fun.
By Melissa Daugherty
Tuscan Ridge has come up with creative solutions for a business built on pleasure.
Four local casinos offer fun in our own back yard.
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