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The pitfalls of teaching diversity and tolerance in a small-town high school.
By Deanna Alexich
This article was published on 09.09.10
Another teacher says she was treated unprofessionally.
By Stacey Kennelly
A closer look at the annual float down the Sacramento River shows its violent side.
By Tyler Harbaugh
Chico-based AquAlliance joins new lawsuit to stop water diversion.
By Tom Gascoyne
Citizens make a statement with frown faces at the City Council meeting.
By Melissa Daugherty
Chico PD makes 124 arrests over Labor Day weekend.
Yankee Hill man who stole state water for a pot grow gets 120 days in jail.
Chicoans continue fight for right to raise backyard chickens.
While bankers are starting to see things stabilize, they foresee fewer credit being approved in the near future.
At Durham’s Gale Vineyards, everything from the construction of the winery to the growing of the grapes is done with sustainability in mind.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
A federal judge blocked government funding of stem-cell research, but the Obama administration plans to appeal.
Redding elementary school gets outfitted with solar system for free.
Study finds antibiotics given to cows break down before they enter groundwater.
Claudia Desilles—modern French housecleaner—and a book on raising poultry.
Greenfeet.com launches a campaign to help the Barry R. Kirshner Wildlife Foundation move to its new facility.
Are we turning into a nation of Islam-haters?
Lawmakers wimp out on chance to give imprisoned children hope.
He should welcome the opportunity to showcase his experience.
By Pete Stiglich
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Ariel Ellis helps people Out of the Dark.
By Shannon Rooney
I’d rather be among criminals.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
No more ‘Zen rope-a-dope’ with Whitman.
By Robert Speer
Goodbye, Matt Loomis.
By Jason Cassidy
Drawing on nature for inspiration.
JJ Grey & Mofro debut on Billboard charts with Georgia Warhorse.
By Miles Jordan
With an ear toward the sounds of this country’s past, New Orleans’ Hurray for the Riff Raff tours across America.
By Ken Smith
Trombone Shorty brings the Big Easy to the Big Room.
By Jaime O'Neill
Henri’s advice for late-summer cool-down: gazpacho.
By Henri Bourride
Robert Rodriguez delivers ultra-violent tribute to exploitation flicks.
By Craig Blamer
Clooney shines in beautiful, yet convoluted, spy thriller.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Monsters. Boobs. Blood. Thank you, Roger Corman.
By Matthew Craggs
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
Priya Indian Cuisine offers healthful, delicious vegetarian fare.
By Mazi Noble
Grilla Bites focuses on delicious, sustainable vegetarian food.
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