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Butte College officials question safety programs in wake of Tucson, Ariz., shooting, on-campus incidents.
By Shannon Rooney
This article was published on 01.27.11
My personal encounter with violence on campus.
There are headstones missing from Chico Cemetery—but we’ll probably never know why.
By Meredith J. Graham
Two downtown Chico shootings spook students.
By Stacey Kennelly
Award-winning local filmmaker at work on documentary about American volunteerism and African clean-water projects.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Carol Hill, founder of local dog-grooming salon, celebrates 50 years in the biz.
Chico Police Department sees spike in vehicle thefts and Hondas account for nearly half of them.
Butte County Sheriff’s deputies chase down drivers of two stolen Honda Accords within a week’s time.
Paradise Community Foundation and North Valley Community Foundation join forces to benefit local charities.
Trying to fix California’s budget.
Naturalist/artist John Muir “Jack” Laws is keynote speaker at 12th annual Snow Goose Festival.
Scientists design hypothetical super-storm to improve emergency-response plans.
Old oxidation pond near water-control plant gets a wildlife-friendly makeover.
Japanese in-vitro experts work to implant mammoth embryo in African elephant.
Test your home for invisible, cancer-causing radon gas; plus, “green” manufactured homes.
British newspaper The Observer publishes list of top 20 eco-leaders to watch in 2011.
Our legislators don’t want us to vote on extending taxes. What are they afraid of?
Bill would level the playing field for brick-and-mortar stores.
$4.15 billion Central Valley stub makes no sense.
Despite the horrific casualties from the War on Drugs, most elected leaders are fearful of seeking peace.
By William A. Collins
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Dave Workman leads two church trips a year to the impoverished nation of Sierra Leone.
By Vic Cantu
People do too much of it.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
How did a town no larger than Chico get an NFL team?
By Robert Speer
Unpredictable Bay Area comedian Will Franken.
By Ken Smith
Chico in the Super Bowl!
By Jason Cassidy
Lightbikes not included.
By Matthew Craggs
Switzerland meets the Mississippi Delta on new record label.
By Miles Jordan
For authentic blues, former Muddy Waters’ sideman is a safe bet.
By Jaime O'Neill
L.A.’s Daedelus defies easy classification.
By Mosi Reeves
Breakfast (and lunch) from scratch at The Roost.
A somewhat sexy, if formulaic, romcom with a few laughs attached.
By Rachel Bush
Puzzling satirical approach hamstrings Casino Jack.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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