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Chico Artoberfest: five artist profiles.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia, Jason Cassidy, and Ken Smith
This article was published on 09.30.10
Comanche Creek shows great promise as a public park—but will that dream ever be realized?
By Vic Cantu
Special meeting focuses on air quality, urban farming.
By Melissa Daugherty
A young tribe member creates a learning program using old recordings of the native language.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Vendors from Eighth and Main Antiques Center carry on despite huge losses.
By Stacey Kennelly
County ponies up for New Era reclamation costs.
Warner Valley to get a makeover.
Ron Sherman bows out of race to join CUSD Board of Trustees.
New survey finds an astonishing amount of people cannot afford food.
Local nurseryman Germain Boivin grows more than 180 native-California plants at his Cohasset propagation nursery.
By Ken Smith
D.C. officials are launching a revamped bike-sharing program for residents and tourists.
The popular Chico bed and breakfast becomes the first in town to receive “Green Lodging” certification from the state.
UC Santa Cruz study links freshwater toxin to liver failure in sea otters.
Green Cycle Couriers starts up, while chicken issue heats up.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Save resources by using technology in your financial affairs.
Don’t be confused by these very different redistricting measures.
Another sign of the dysfunctionality of capital punishment.
Does the county’s new general plan point us in the right direction?
By Robin Huffman
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Claudia M. Weber teaches empowerment in walking through fire.
By Andrea LaVoy Wagner
I’m running for something.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Give Whitman points for style, Brown for content.
By Robert Speer
Billboards for Sacramento Kings put Chico artist Jeff Nichol on the map.
Artoberfest: Chico’s art season.
By Jason Cassidy
The lively Budos Band will make you want to dance.
Bob Corritone lends harp to two decades of performances.
By Jaime O'Neill
Musical chameleon Mitch Marcus hits up his left coast crew for cookin’ new album.
By Miles Jordan
The Carolina Chocolate Drops make old traditions new again.
‘California’s greatest living artist,’ Wayne Thiebaud, showcased at Chico exhibit.
By Henri Bourride
Strong performances prop up bloated Wall Street sequel.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Beautiful vision, basic story in Zack Snyder’s owl epic.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Rachel Bush
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