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It’s not finished yet, but its state-of-the-art features are highly visible.
By Robert Speer
This article was published on 01.13.11
How Oroville Hospital became a pioneer in the use of free electronic medical recording.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Death doesn’t have to be scary if you know how you or your loved one wants it to happen.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Two college-age assault victims struggle to pay their medical costs.
By Stacey Kennelly
Bring your book idea to the Pitchapalooza. You might get it published.
By Neal Wiegman
The Bureau of Reclamation’s recent water meeting was packed to the gills, but what’s the plan?
By Tom Gascoyne
The beloved Waldorf school will seek a new charter from Chico Unified since its existing one is getting yanked by the Butte County Board of Education.
By Leslie Layton
The Butte County program closes its doors after 13 years pairing kids with mentors.
Auburn University’s Tigers defeat Paradisian Jeff Maehl and his Oregon Ducks football team.
City releases its final general plan draft, and seeks applicants for the vacant City Council seat left by Larry Wahl’s departure.
Answer: Not as healthy as you might think.
Fans view San Francisco Giants’ World Series trophy in downtown Chico.
NorCal Strength & Conditioning owner Robb Wolf weighs in on his bestselling book The Paleo Solution.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
New rice-farm warehouse is 100 percent solar-powered.
EPA requires testing on health and environmental affects of 19 chemicals.
Scientists may have found an alternative to producing biofuel from soybeans.
Oroville couple’s olive oil on show at gubernatorial reception; famous farmer Joel Salatin comes to Chico.
The Bottled Water Scorecard gives the down-and-dirty on what you’re drinking.
Facing the pain: Brown’s austerity budget is on the right track, at least.
Arnold’s bad exit: One-time ‘reformer’ leaves in a cloud of cronyism.
In a climate this demented, with gun laws like ours, we’re lucky there aren’t more nutjobs like Jared Loughner.
By Jaime O'Neill
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Jerry Morano, the conga-playing recycler.
By Vic Cantu
In search of cheap thrills.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
By not appointing Evans the Chico City Council lost an opportunity for healing.
Talkin’ BoomCases and expanding foam with Dominic Francisco Odbert.
No more Facebook to kick around.
By Jason Cassidy
Like mutants, it may not be pretty, but X-Men Arcade is something special.
By Matthew Craggs
Philip Roth is still showing writers how it’s done.
Cotton and Hummel blow on.
By Miles Jordan
Rhonda Vincent and the Rage invoke the spirit of bluegrass.
By Alan Sheckter
Pelican’s Roost is a treasure trove of delicious fish.
Nicolas Cage meanders about drab medieval adventure.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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