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It all began in 1960, when three Chico women decided to protest the construction of nuclear-missile silos north of Chico.
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 10.07.10
ChicoSol posts essays about her and her family.
By Robert Speer
While lawmakers dither, these folks struggle to survive.
By Andrea LaVoy Wagner
Pulitzer-winner Chris Hedges blames Bush and Obama for enabling corporate control of America.
By Vic Cantu
Contract negotiations between the city of Chico and its employee groups are not close to solving the budget deficit.
By Melissa Daugherty
Sandra Campbell talks about being shot in her Berry Creek home.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Absentee ballots should arrive any day, and there’s still a little time to register to vote.
Local drug drop-off event nets more than 300 pounds of pills, including dangerous narcotics.
The files and equipment were seized in the June raid on pot collectives.
In a declining music industry, it still outsells rock.
One student project is making a home for chickens on the University Farm.
By Stacey Kennelly
NYC mayor proposes “green” and “blue” rooftops to alleviate sewer overflow during storms.
British scientists publish first-ever global assessment of endangered and vulnerable plant species.
Federal agencies offer $3 million in grants to fund projects in the Central Valley.
Good-for-you sounds and books, and a farmer fined for growing “too many vegetables.”
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Start early and make your own costume.
In many ways Prop. 26 is as bad as Prop. 23—but nobody knows it.
Is the city’s budget problem the liberals’ fault? Hardly.
What harm are backyard chickens?
By Christianne Langford
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Midnite Munchies serves freshly baked cookies to Chico’s doorsteps.
The perils of computer ownership.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Life isn’t a PowerPoint presentation.
Chico Cabaret breaks from its Halloween tradition and replaces Rocky Horror Show with raucous and fun Evil Dead, The Musical.
By Jason Cassidy
Math rock hurts so good.
By Karl Travis
A little bit country, a little bit rock and folk.
Moonshine Cooperative’s MC TyBox release full-length.
By Mazi Noble
Multinational Gogol Bordello blows into Chico with energetic gypsy-punk stage show.
By Ken Smith
Chico woman opens canine bakery in memory of beloved pooch.
David Fincher and Aaron Sorkin make smart narrative work of Facebook biopic.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Craig Blamer
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