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A Fourth of July journey back to a place where so much began.
By Jaime O'Neill
This article was published on 07.15.10
Outlaws ace pitcher Kris Honel may not be long for Chico.
By Thomas Lawrence
Orland man’s olive-preserving dream results in a breakthrough formula with multiple uses.
By Howard Hardee
Another of our occasional quick takes on the unfolding meltdown of the great state of California.
By Robert Speer
Steve Olmos moves from Willows Unified to Butte County Office of Education. His tenure in Willows was rocky, but he looks forward to the future.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Mechoopda tribe’s plan to build a casino issued a blow in recent court ruling.
First-term councilwoman Mary Flynn will seek re-election.
Surveillance camera at Wells Fargo Bank captures decked-out robbery suspect.
June discretionary spending is up just slightly from last year.
Chico area recycler Skip Caldwell is a trailblazer in turning pesky Styrofoam into useful home-improvement products.
By Ken Smith
Chico Green School plans to take advantage of California’s free downloadable-textbooks program.
Greenpeace website draws attention to red-listed seafood sold at Costco.
Pete Bethune returns home on a five-year suspension awaiting a two-year sentence in Japan.
Fun summer DIY projects from scrap lumber and real lemons.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Plants that resist flames.
America can no longer afford to be the world’s peacekeeper.
The truth is in: ‘Climategate’ was a hoax.
This is why Chico needs a medi-pot ordinance.
By Max Del Real
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Jeanne Christopherson spreads the love of African and Haitian dance.
By Shannon Rooney
Ignorance really is bliss.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
There’s more to the controversy over Bob Mulholland’s Bronze Star.
Art DEVO is hot.
By Jason Cassidy
Comanche Indian history comes to life.
Damien Jurado gets even better.
By Willow Sharkey
Broken Social Scene’s Kevin Drew steers another Canadian-star-studded indie-pop disc.
By Dylan Tellesen
Paul Thorn steps out with celebrated new album Pimps and Preachers.
Little Feat provides energetic soundtrack for well-attended brew fest.
By Alan Sheckter
The ‘best tongue in Chico’ is only one reason why Gordo Burrito’s Mexican food is tops.
By Henri Bourride
Predator is back, mostly, with newest addition to the franchise.
By Craig Blamer
Michael Douglas is livin’ on the inside in Solitary Man.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Rachel Bush
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