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Separate but not equal: How charter schools are creating an educational divide.
By Leslie Layton
This article was published on 08.12.10
CUSD faces growing bill, more disabled students.
Figures show makeup of student population.
Are school nurses protecting diabetic kids—or their jobs?
By Charlotte McGuire
After 14 years, a Chico High “smaller learning community” is no more.
By Lindsey Barrett
Parents are left scrambling to find transportation after school.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Gun lobbyist preaches to Tea Party choir.
By Tom Gascoyne
Chico Planning Commission runs short on time during medi-pot debate, schedules new meeting.
Lawsuit over a proposed Orland Crystal Geyser plant gains traction.
Domestic violence prevention nonprofit gets priority over DA’s office when it comes to special funding.
The drinking rate for U.S. adults has reached a 25-year high.
Canning is on the upswing as Americans look for methods to store food.
By Alexandra Gross
Collaborative joins effort to get California ready for plug-in vehicles.
After nearly two miles and five years of drilling, scientists hit bedrock in Greenland.
Trash islands inch closer to dam gates as debris floats downstream.
Patrick Ranch’s chickens; grinding your own beef.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
BP Blows site aims to remind the nation the Gulf oil spill might be over, but the effects are still being felt.
Facts trump bigotry in Proposition 8 case.
Chico area farmers should support a bill that would open trade.
Just because it provides irrigation water doesn’t make it a ditch.
By Emily Alma
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Stayce York juggles teaching elementary school and coaching varsity softball—and she wouldn’t do it any other way.
By Thomas Lawrence
I might be an asshole—more on ‘retarded.’
By Anthony Peyton Porter
L.A. councilman faces 18 felony counts for living outside his district. What about Jim Nielsen?
By Robert Speer
CUSD starts school year with new performing arts facility.
By Howard Hardee
Hopelessly DEVOted to assassination games, This Will Destroy You, cowboy poetry and Art by Armando.
By Jason Cassidy
A cheese punk’s memoir.
By C. Moore
Eminem transforms the ugly truth into art.
By Matthew Craggs
Crooked Still cooking up a batch of bluegrass-chamber music.
By Jaime O'Neill
Robert Earl Keen—always on the road, trying to keep ahead of the dust.
By Ken Smith
A new crêperie brightens Chico’s culinary landscape.
By Stacey Kennelly
Ferrell and Wahlberg are hilarious in strange screwball comedy.
John C. Reilly, Jonah Hill and Marisa Tomei in creepy-funny triangle.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Craig Blamer
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