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So lowering taxes produces prosperity? Show us the money!
By David Cay Johnston
This article was published on 04.14.11
Chico’s popular Blue Oak Charter School has two years to increase its students’ test scores to the satisfaction of state standards.
By Leslie Layton
Chico State senior Andrew Gazdecki heads successful startup company aimed at providing affordable mobile apps for small businesses.
By Tyler Harbaugh
Chico City Council adopts the controversial general plan after three years spent constructing and vetting the document.
By Melissa Daugherty
Chico State professors explain the science behind the devastating quake and tsunami.
By Stacey Kennelly
Allegedly drunken teenager with a previous DUI clips one light pole and crashes straight into another along Park Avenue.
Kevin and Elizabeth Schatz plead guilty in death of adopted daughter.
Chico police arrest two early-20s Chicoans on drugs and firearm charges.
Proposed medical-marijuana-cultivation law in Butte County gets a major rewrite.
Mount Lassen Chapter of the California Native Plant Society hosts biennial Wildflower Show and Native Plant Sale at Chico’s CARD Center.
By Jennifer Jewell
After three years of limited fishing, salmon population grows to healthy size.
EPA increases its monitoring of radiation-exposure routes after the nuclear crisis in Japan—so far, so good.
Government tells scientists to keep mum about dolphin die-off findings.
Local Junior Duck Stamp winners announced; plus, new book for locavores.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Help your pet to be green too.
Butte County’s poor and elderly will be hard-hit by health-care-related budget cuts.
Baseball players and dermatologists team up to prevent skin cancer.
Drug-resistant bacteria shows up in hundreds of cases at L.A.-area hospitals.
Report shows a decline in new cases of cancer and cancer deaths.
For the first time, a California court weighs in on an online physician-rating system.
Build more dams? Not if taxpayers have to pay for them.
California should follow Illinois’ example and abolish the death penalty.
CEO says the hospital is doing what it can to deal with a broken health-care system.
By Mike Wiltermood
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Chicoan Chieko Page turns dresses into bags to help victims in Japan.
By Vic Cantu
Cooking for myself, and sometimes others.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
They don’t inhibit prosperity, they produce it.
By Robert Speer
José and Henry Méndez’s show at the Chico Art Center celebrates Guatemala’s colorful Mayan culture.
Arts DEVO’s demotivating DEVOtimations.
By Jason Cassidy
Joyce Carol Oates tells her widow’s story.
By Jaime O'Neill
Mining the early pop gems of the Jewish Elvis.
By Mark Lore
Chico MC Eye-Que busts out a mixtape.
By Mazi Noble
The Chico Ragtime / Tin Pan Alley Open Mic keeps old-time music alive.
By Ken Smith
Indie/Experimental, Rap and Funk/Jam nominees for the 2011 Chico Area Music Awards.
By Alan Sheckter, Mark Lore, and Mazi Noble
It’s morel mushroom season.
By Alastair Bland
Euro-flavored actioner is more fun than typical Hollywood fare.
By Craig Blamer
Life ain’t pretty.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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