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The historic Chapman neighborhood is getting connected to the city of Chico’s sewer system.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
This article was published on 05.27.10
Butte County District Attorney’s Office files charges against Chicoan Donald Garden for allegedly assaulting David Guzzetti.
By Tom Gascoyne
Low enrollment is a product of communication breakdown, some say.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Body-art shops operate with little oversight.
By Stacey Kennelly
Developer Anthony “Tony” Symmes admits culpability in home-sales fraud investigation.
Health officials investigate seven cases of the food-borne illness.
Melissa Lynn Jones will spend 90 days behind bars for pulling a gun on a reporter.
State Senate candidate hates taxes—unless he’s benefiting from them.
Debate over the potential links between obesity and subsidies is a real food fight.
By Nancy Brands Ward
New program at Butte College is intended to help students achieve clean-energy certification.
Shell outlines additional assurances of how they’d prevent—and handle—an oil spill.
Canadian paper companies agree to halt logging.
Water-gardening, worms and loquats.
City of Chico will recycle your household goods.
An air-quality district has no business getting involved in a contentious political issue involving jobs.
What does it say about the Republican gubernatorial candidates that they’ve spent $100 million on toxic advertising?
Ballot measure would pull the rug out from under the fast-growing clean-tech industry.
By Andy Keller
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Chuck Averill is excited to bring his Dog House business to One-Mile this summer.
By Zong Yang
A plea for compassionate government.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Assemblyman Jim Nielsen is a scofflaw. Charlie Schaupp hopes that will matter to voters.
By Robert Speer
Arts DEVO’s Rockin’ Bonus Summer Challenge Dance Party.
By Jason Cassidy
Carolina Chocolate Drops: caretakers of Americana roots.
By Jaime O'Neill
The soundtrack for Nor Cal bars.
By Matthew Craggs
Jam scene faves Swamp Zen release first album of funky originals.
Spring/summer festival season hits Northern California.
The well-hidden Spiteri’s Deli is worth seeking out.
Oddball comedy-drama sparked by multiple family secrets.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Flaccid MacGyver spoof.
By Craig Blamer
Are the Donner Party’s ghosts haunting a mountain cabin?
By Charles H. Peckham V
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