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Local writers wow us with their ability to pen great stories in so few words. Welcome to Fiction 59 2011.
This article was published on 03.10.11
Fiction 59 winners in the adult category.
Fiction 59 winners in the teen category.
Fiction 59 winners in the kids category.
Some argue John Pugh’s Academe should be saved as is, despite draft environmental-impact report’s finding of no historical significance.
By Meredith J. Graham
Students in Free Enterprise, a Chico State student organization, helps give fifth- and sixth-grade kids business experience.
By Stacey Kennelly
City leaders act fast to secure assets, projects.
By Melissa Daugherty
Members of CUSD’s Board of Trustees open up at an intimate weekend workshop.
By Leslie Layton
Police are looking for the man who shot a Butte College football player early Sunday morning.
CHP officer shoots man who flees from authorities and uses his truck as a weapon.
A $250,000 pledge to the North Valley Community Foundation will buoy grant drive aiding nonprofits.
Nearly 30,000 Butte County residents who are eligible for food stamps don’t receive them, at a loss of $40 million.
Chico State’s Recycling and Rubbish Exhibit (R.A.R.E.) program teaches area kids the importance of recycling and composting.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
University program will link immigrant parents with local produce farmers.
PG&E donates $25,000 to Boys & Girls Club’s solar-project fund.
Santa Cruz Organic earns Greenopia’s esteemed four-leaf rating.
Plant a tree to celebrate California Arbor Week.
Get into green landscaping this spring.
What are they afraid of? Democracy?
Dan Logue should look instead to California under Pat Brown for lessons in creating prosperity.
Not all state parks are worthy of the name, but instead of closing them, privatize them.
By John Koeberer
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Janice Sunderland helps pregnant and parenting teens to stay on track with their education.
By Shannon Rooney
Chico City Council and other silliness.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Juvenile Hall kids join Fiction 59 writing explosion.
By Robert Speer
Keeping Dance Alive for 20 years.
By Ken Smith
Let’s all go to Lois The Pie Queen.
By Jason Cassidy
White, British boogie woogie.
By Miles Jordan
A Newfoundland take on sea chanteys and Celtic folk.
By Stephen Metzger
Lineup changes aside, The Wailin’ Jennys’ music is gorgeous as ever.
By Jaime O'Neill
Chico is bursting with new CDs by local bands.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia, Jason Cassidy, and Mark Lore
Henri braves the strip mall for an authentic Thai experience.
By Henri Bourride
Paying homage to westerns with a cartoon chameleon.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart jump wholeheartedly and sincerely into their grief-stricken roles in Rabbit Hole.
A fun re-reading of Philip K. Dick short story.
By Craig Blamer
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