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Trying to understand a popular teacher’s fall from grace—and to forgive.
By Jaime O'Neill
This article was published on 11.11.10
Legal action halts funding cuts—too late for some.
By Andrea LaVoy Wagner
Money woes jeopardize the future of the Paradise Performing Arts Center.
By Evan Tuchinsky
After a vote of its supporters, KIXE brings back Democracy Now!
By Tom Gascoyne
Joel Castle, who started the Chico Cannabis Club, challenges a lack of safe access to cannabis in Butte County.
By Meredith J. Cooper
The Chico City Council will once again tackle the issue of medical marijuana.
Suspected thief leaves a trail of evidence at the scene of the crime.
Diana Van Der Ploeg announces her plan to retire come summertime.
Study finds hyper-texting and –networking linked to risky behaviors.
Native-plant expert Wes Dempsey leads educational hikes focused on the Maidu’s uses of plants of Upper Bidwell Park.
By Jennifer Jewell
Feather Falls gets award and major energy-rebate check for switching to ice-melting cooling system.
Activists and Japanese fishermen prepare for first big dolphin slaughter since The Cove won an Oscar.
Indian police arrest five people and seize three wild elephants in smuggling ring.
Making oil from garbage, buying humanely raised Thanksgiving chicken and fixing your bike.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Follow the UN’s lead and wear your jeans three times before washing.
Honoring vets and their allies on Veterans Day.
Ballots dropped off on Election Day clogging the works.
Voters passed Prop. 25, but also Props. 22 and 26, making both easier and harder to pass a budget.
We adults are teaching our kids how to belittle each other to death.
By Trudy Duisenberg
ur always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Michael Blackmon offers a unique workout tailored specifically for golfers.
By Shannon Rooney
Sun, family and everything else.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
News from the ground up in Chico.
By Robert Speer
Renowned nature photographer returns to his roots with butterfly exhibit at Chico Creek Nature Center.
Hardcore flashback and printing Chico’s dark side.
By Jason Cassidy
Good ol’ same ol’ Chuck Palahniuk.
By Sean Murphy
Bailey Rae’s bargain-bin bound.
Bay Area rap duo Zion I release new album celebrating love for reggae and dub.
By Tyler Harbaugh
Make your own cheese.
By Bryce Allemann
Waiting for Superman is a somewhat narrow exploration of issues behind failing U.S. public-school system.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
One of the most compelling films of the year.
A great beginner’s anime is extremely advanced in character development and philosophy.
By Matthew Craggs
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Jim Lane
By Rachel Bush
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