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How one woman with cerebral palsy adapts to a world where she feels invisible.
By Stacey Kennelly
This article was published on 07.21.11
The Sunshine Connection was a place where disabled kids could be themselves, but now it’s struggling to survive.
With few volunteers and little money, the Chico Cat Coalition’s efforts in Bidwell Park are on hold.
Tammy Wichman brings years of experience working for social justice.
By Ginger McGuire
More media attention just makes it more real to the community, sergeant says.
By Meredith J. Graham
Perseverance in Tinseltown leads to success for Chicoan Jake McLaughlin.
By Nick Pike
CSUC ag school makes top-25 list of cutting-edge ag-business entities.
Police matched the Paradise resident’s DNA to the crime after he was convicted in Utah on marijuana charges.
Chris Wondolowski joins the U.S. All-Star team alongside the likes of David Beckham.
It’s one of just two states that have met a federal Healthy People 2020 target.
Sacramento-area blogger and wild-forager Hank Shaw pens first book.
By Ann Martin Rolke
Gov. Brown sends team of oil-spill experts to aid in Yellowstone River spill.
Philippines research expedition results in 300 potential new species for study.
National Park Foundation gives Lassen Volcanic National Park grant for youth programs.
Increasing CO2 and methane in the atmosphere put sea life in jeopardy.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Tips for camping in our National Parks.
Café Culture’s newest healing-arts professional Sarah Chicone on the benefits of this specialized massage.
By Shannon Rooney
New research points to lower incidence of MRSA in coffee and tea drinkers.
California gets No. 40 spot in annual report ranking most obese states.
Scientists in Japan discover a strand of gonorrhea that’s resistant to all drugs.
Chico Police Department offers raffle incentive to youth who wear helmets.
Their decision to hike a president’s salary could hurt the CSU.
Gay history should be taught in the schools, but only to children old enough to understand it.
The author remembers Mary Ann Flanagan, who gave so much to so many.
By Jaime O'Neill
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Glenda Barker is on the hunt for unique items to fill her shop.
Since the president is trying to gut some of the best things government has ever done, his goal must be revolution.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
State Sen. Doug LaMalfa and his Republican pals in the Legislature won’t allow us to vote on taxes while living large on taxpayer dollars.
By Robert Speer
Chico Cabaret has fun with classic nursery rhymes (and more) in sexy revue.
By Ken Smith
Worst. Film year. Ever.
By Bob Grimm
This way to online art.
By Jason Cassidy
A fresh look at the O.K. Corral.
Folk-punker Frank Turner pays homage to his English roots.
By Charles H. Peckham V
By Miles Jordan
Monks’ fine-dining menu lives up to its fine-wine reputation.
The era of Harry Potter comes to a close.
By Rachel Bush
Disney’s G-rated shakedown.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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