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Two local families fight a losing battle against Children’s Services’ secretive system.
By Meredith J. Cooper
This article was published on 12.16.10
A dearth of local jobs and federal indecision plague the long-term unemployed.
By Andrea LaVoy Wagner
Want to set off a controversy in Chico? Try to build a parking structure.
By Tom Gascoyne
City Council interviews dozens of Chico residents who want to serve the community by filling a seat on a city board or commission.
By Melissa Daugherty
At her last meeting as a supervisor, Jane Dolan takes care of business before the fun begins.
By Robert Speer
Racist fliers attached to News & Reviews distributed throughout Oroville.
Chico police investigate a bar with a hidden a surveillance camera in its restroom.
Activist takes his quest to investigate the possibility of bodies buried under a road at the Chico Cemetery to the state.
Foster care, by the numbers.
Want to see the cutting edge in classrooms? Take this tour of a new structure at Chico High School.
The Arc of Butte County gets waste-prevention award third year in a row.
Biologists release record number of Coho salmon into Russian River.
Ski resorts improve grades on environmental report card.
A list of great, green books for holiday gift-giving.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Check out these tips to keep stuff out of the landfill this holiday season.
Her career shows how much good government can do.
Did he get rolled? And what about the deficit?
It’s not the teachers’ fault U.S. students are falling behind.
By Roger Lederer
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
After “Wife Swap” and divorce, Kelly Lee Phipps hops on a bike and ends up in Northern California.
By Vic Cantu
By Anthony Peyton Porter
How the E-R editors twist the facts to vilify liberal council members.
Rogue Theatre gets into the spirit with David Sedaris’ diary of Macy’s SantaLand.
By Jason Cassidy
Merry Krampus, evil children!
Tucker Max: crossing the asshole finish line ahead of the pack.
By Tyler Harbaugh
It’s going to be a pink Christmas.
By Jaime O'Neill
Buddy Guy is “74 Years Young.”
A conversation with local recording engineers Dale Price, Scott Barwick and Chris Keene.
By Ken Smith
This year, skip the kit and bake your own candy-covered, gingerbread abode.
By Stacey Kennelly
The Tourist looks good but is just an OK adventure.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Third Narnia lost at sea.
By Rachel Bush
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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