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Remembering the only Chico police officer to give his life in the line of duty: Carleton J. Bruce.
By Meredith J. Graham
This article was published on 02.24.11
Discussion of proposed marijuana ordinance brings Butte County residents out of the cities, towns and hills.
Forensic anthropologist Turhon Murad, a retired Chico State professor, uncovers secrets of the dead.
By Melissa Daugherty
Inspire School of the Arts and Sciences set to move onto Chapman Elementary campus in fall of 2012.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Local water districts back out of the Bureau of Reclamation’s long-term project.
Police say José Barajas Sánchez was shot to death in an apartment before being dumped under a bridge.
Chico police arrest two gang members for firearm possession the day after another one gets 10 years in prison.
Chico Peace and Justice Center seeks replacement for outgoing Director Sue Hilderbrand.
First it was cell phones and state cars. Now Gov. Brown is going after coffee mugs and key chains.
How one family’s sustainable rangeland practices led them to preserve their ranch forever.
By Robert Speer
Grant allows city of Chico to retrofit 1,100 street lights with LED technology.
EPA hits one of nation’s largest cement producers with Clean Air Act fines.
Last orphaned California black bear of 2010 returns to forest after rehabilitation.
Eco-friendly jewelry designer gets top honor; GRUB workshops coming up.
ReadyMade magazine’s tips on DIY reuse projects.
It’s not about the budget, it’s about destroying the unions.
Meditate on this: Recent discoveries suggest there are millions of potentially life-friendly planets.
Take care of the park, and the same oak groves that shaded grizzly bears watching John Bidwell will support wildlife enjoyed by your great-grandchildren.
By Doug Alexander
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Chuck Shelton waxes on about Hot Wheels and Star Wars posters he sells at his collectables store.
By Vic Cantu
How quickly it is gone.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Mark Herrera, Jim Nielsen and the pot busts that have gone bust (maybe).
Chico tells its stories to StoryCorps.
By Ken Smith
Arts DEVO is feeling erotic-ish.
By Jason Cassidy
From the funny to the bizarre.
Another ‘solemnly beautiful’ offering from The Low Anthem.
By Jaime O'Neill
Harlem Gospel Choir’s 25th anniversary.
Henri Bourride’s adventures in cooking class at Ramekins Cooking School in Sonoma.
By Henri Bourride
Strong ensemble and Paul Giamatti’s Golden Globe performance save Barney’s Version.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Liam Neeson plays a man who knows who he is—or, at least he thinks he does.
Fox returns Buffy to television; promptly bitch slaps fans.
By Matthew Craggs
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