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The author comes from one of the city’s most respected families, but that hasn’t protected her from racist attacks.
By Anecia Johnson Smith
This article was published on 06.17.10
How a favorite uncle taught us to live in peace in a hard world.
Orland man says census takers crossed the line when they let themselves into his back yard.
By Howard Hardee
Local man laments the sorry state of Cohasset-area road.
By Thomas Lawrence
Another of our occasional quick takes on the unfolding meltdown of the great state of California.
By Robert Speer
Preliminary city of Chico budget calls for wage concessions, overtime cuts to deal with next year’s $4.5 million deficit.
By Tom Gascoyne
A short-term loan will help ease budget woes.
Chico’s Street Crimes Unit finds large quantity of meth and alleged prescription drugs.
The hospital gets penalized for a privacy breach it self-reported.
When it comes to local tax and bond measures, voters are usually supportive.
Tuscan Heights Lavender Gardens holds its fifth annual lavender festival.
By Jennifer Jewell
Capt. Pete Bethune has maintained his innocence throughout the first phase of his criminal trial in Japan.
Two-year survey of California’s lake highlights greatest health concerns for humans who eat sport fish.
Some machines at Chico State’s gym can now produce kinetic energy while users break a sweat.
Preserving the bounty from your garden.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Oil goes into more than just gas.
Who lost big-time on June 8? The purist wing of the Republican Party, that’s who.
Backyard hens are harmless and useful, so why not allow them in the city of Chico?
Innovation is the real key to prosperity. Look at Apple.
By Dave Kelley
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
The “Two English Ladies” peddle the traditional treat to Chicoans each week.
The meaning of morality gets garbled.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Sudden dismissal of TV news co-anchors is perplexing, upsetting.
Underpants theater at its finest.
Arts DEVO gets all patriotic before rocking out to his summer soundtrack.
By Jason Cassidy
After 12 years, Sacramento’s Far records follow-up to Water & Solutions.
By Mark Lore
Pro-wrestler Mickie James goes country, giving hopes for a duet with the Honky Tonk Man …
By Matthew Craggs
Willie plays satisfyingly to type.
By Jaime O'Neill
Tradition of folk music celebrated with KZFR’s songwriting competition.
By Ken Smith
Delving into the world of vegan cooking, Southern-style.
By Henri Bourride
Get back in the van.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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