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When it comes to the job market, it’s an uphill battle for ex-offenders.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
This article was published on 05.19.11
Critics lament radio personality’s prophecy about the Rapture and its affect on the reputation of the Christian religion.
By Jerry Olenyn
Paradise family shares cross-country cycling journey.
By Stacey Kennelly
Council approves funding to greatly enhance the Torres Community Shelter and help construct a transitional apartment complex for at-risk youth.
By Melissa Daugherty
Members of medical-marijuana collectives say the pending law will keep them from growing sufficient supplies; others worry the ordinance will push gardens into denser areas.
By Joshua Emerson Smith
One Chico shooter gets nine years in prison, another is being sought be police.
Bidwell Mansion may close due to budget deficit, so get a tour while you can.
Kimberly Perry chosen as the school’s sixth president.
Signs of recession: The number of homeless in Butte County jumps by 20 percent in a year.
Recent study finds residue of toxic petroleum byproduct in some nutrition bars.
By Nate Seltenrich
Annual dorm move-out event diverts thousands of pounds of waste from landfills.
Federal fund will help farmers transition to organic.
Science museum kicks off dollar-for-dollar fundraiser with hefty donation.
Musings on that wonderful orb produced by hens.
Cell phones create buzzy bees.
Chico hematologist/oncologist Dr. John Howard passes away unexpectedly at age 65.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Some bacteria are actually good for you.
California court rules smokers can sue tobacco companies despite health history.
Firing of Rhode Island doctor puts spotlight on physicians using Facebook.
Tribe responsible for Rolling Hills Casino opens two local health clinics.
Let’s close the state budget deficit once and for all.
With homelessness increasing, the work of this remarkable agency is more important than ever.
Californians are willing to pay for good higher education.
By Rex Stromness
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
A Chico area doula offers her thoughts on the growing childbirth trend.
Not the crumpets kind.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Why did the Chico State select a documented scofflaw to be commencement speaker?
By Robert Speer
CAMMIES wrap-up and sunshine ahead.
By Jason Cassidy
Chico couple take veggie-powered road trip.
By Scott Szuggar
Sierra Hull’s sophomore release is a gem.
By Jaime O'Neill
‘Pure ecstasy for bottleneck-guitar fans.’
By Miles Jordan
San Diego’s anarcho-klezmer punk collective.
By Ken Smith
North State Symphony gives rich, mature performance of two great Romantic pieces.
Beatniks—something to howl about.
The film combines comic forces for a whole new level of chick flick.
By Meredith J. Graham
Priest of crap. Don’t add your cash to the pile of money wasted on this film.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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