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Six Chico companies that know the value of giving back to the community.
By Robert Speer
This article was published on 02.17.11
Chico call center employees donate hundreds of hours of labor to Habitat for Humanity’s newest Chico project.
By Melissa Daugherty
Impact Marketing donates its telemarketing skills to help local nonprofits in need.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Cleaning company fosters relationships with disaster-response agencies to help victims.
By Stacey Kennelly
Popular Chico steakhouse turns food into funds for good causes.
Culp & Tanner cites American values as basis for local humanitarian effort.
By Vic Cantu
When it comes to benefit foot races, Fleet Feet leads the pack.
By Sean Murphy
City leaders blast Gov. Jerry Brown’s plan to shutter redevelopment agencies.
By Tom Gascoyne
The two boys have been practicing their fencing skills at My Fencing Center.
By Dane Stivers
Experts and immigrants discuss common misconceptions about immigration.
The city of Chico’s financial update and the annual State of the City address carry over into other city business.
Chico police say a Red Bluff man was beaten and stabbed 43 times.
An ordinance regarding grow sites will be up for review Tuesday.
Lyme-disease carrying black-legged ticks spotted at Bidwell Park and Lake Oroville Recreation Area.
Egypt slides in annual ranking of countries’ favorability.
Disc-golf enthusiasts celebrate the long-awaited opening of the Peregrine Point course in Upper Bidwell Park.
Renovated ‘natural setting’ near wastewater-treatment plant is birding attraction.
Two Chico State students compete in Obama’s science-education competition.
Health department warns Paradise residents to keep kids and pets out of creek.
The Edge struggles to get permits for not-so-green housing project.
USDA OKs planting of GM sugar beets on heels of decision to allow unlimited planting of GM alfalfa.
How to avoid ingesting genetically modified foods.
It makes sense to use some redevelopment money to bridge the state budget gap, but it would be a mistake to eliminate RDAs altogether.
With Republicans seeking to cut popular programs, President Obama’s budget is the best we’ll get.
When it comes to the value of education, Thomas Jefferson had it right.
By Eddi Deromedi
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Mike Button runs a auto-repair shop and is a frequent supporter of local charities.
By Shannon Rooney
The evolution of my wardrobe.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Justice Scalia, meet Mrs. Richardson, an eighth-grade teacher who understood the Constitution better than you do.
Global Lives Project documents a day the life of 10 people from around the world.
Portlandia, Camper Van Beethoven, Lynn Elliot’s play Pirandello’s Wife, and RIP Bill Toliver.
By Jason Cassidy
Sic Alps spreads its noise across two discs with Napa Asylum.
By Mark Lore
Two new jazz kids on the block: Tyler Blanton and Adam Schroeder.
By Miles Jordan
Jack White teams up with Wanda Jackson, the Queen of Rockabilly.
By Jaime O'Neill
KZFR bringing great, live blues to Chico with Blues Bash series.
How old is that old vine wine?
By Alastair Bland
Sylvain Chomet follows up The Triplets of Bellville admirably with The Illusionist.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Digesting the bite-sized Oscar Nominated Shorts of 2010.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Jim Lane
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