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Once again, higher education is all about the numbers—budget
numbers, bottom-line numbers, you name it.
This article was published on 01.20.11
Student businesses hit financially by declining book sales and enrollment.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Chico State’s president looks for hope in a painful budget.
By Melissa Daugherty
It’s one thing to learn about science, but it’s another to explain it to kids.
By Stacey Kennelly
Student group has paying customers but offers publicity for free to service agencies.
By Vic Cantu
Chico police have put pressure on Top Shelf Productions to curb its party promotion, but this group of Chico State students doesn’t appear deterred.
By Anthony Siino
City Council needs more time to decide who should fill a vacancy.
Chico State journalism student chooses political activism over his post at the campus newspaper.
Valley Mirror Publisher Tim Crews denies the allegation that he profits from lawsuits over public records.
By Tom Gascoyne
Tea Party activist Stephanie Taber makes progress in battle to change Chico City Council election date.
Sherwood Montessori receives national honor for food-centered curriculum.
Wildflower Open Classroom is newest addition to list of local charter schools.
They believe God created humans in their present form about 10,000 years ago.
How and why to encourage bats in your garden in the warmer months.
By Jennifer Jewell
Three of the nation’s 10 most imperiled places are in California, report finds.
Nissan’s LEAF, the first mass-produced no-gas car, rolls out in Japan and U.S.
Nine months after the BP explosion, oil-spill panel gives final recommendations.
Bird enthusiast Mike Skram spies first-ever yellow-bellied sapsucker in Butte County on Jan. 1.
Mark your calendar for the year’s fee-free days, courtesy of the National Park Service.
Jared Loughner used a high-capacity ammo clip to kill and wound 20 people. Congress should reinstate a ban on them.
Don’t be fooled by the ballot shift measure. It’s all about controlling the council.
Contrary to popular belief, it’s gone down, not up.
By Walt Schafer
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Masami Toku receives Chico State’s Outstanding Teacher Award for 2010-2011.
Choosing not to spring or dash.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Leave it alone but keep it out of the hands of children.
By Robert Speer
Film critic basks in VOD’s film bounty.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Forever Lazy, Twinkies, David Crosby, Graham Nash and that crazy M.F. from around the way.
By Jason Cassidy
And it burns, burns, burns, Deathwing’s ring of fire.
By Matthew Craggs
Chomsky breaks it all down.
By Karl Travis
Ringer Pete Anderson updates Even Things Up.
By Jaime O'Neill
Warren Haskell’s monthly Classical Guitar Project.
Butte County’s bountiful nut harvest being sent around the world.
By Alastair Bland
Britain’s best actors show off in fancy period piece.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Craig Blamer
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