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The high-profile stabbing of Joseph Igbineweka two years ago wasn’t a hate crime, and Barry Sayavong didn’t do it, but in the minds of Chico police brass he has yet to prove his innocence.
By Dave Waddell
This article was published on 04.12.12
Grocer tries to stifle signature gatherers’ efforts on GMO petition.
By Tom Gascoyne
Corning olive rancher makes first foray into politics as a candidate for state Assembly.
Police department reorganizes to slash spending.
By Melissa Daugherty
Devastated building blamed on drug production gone bad.
By Ken Smith
Thousands are expected to show up Saturday (April 14) for Chico State’s 125th anniversary, plus a preview for prospective students.
He says the car thief who crashed into a cop last week was released from jail early.
Supes give the OK to apply for a loan to build a hall of records.
With tax day looming, a look at how your tax dollars are spent by the federal government.
Famous Virginia sustainable farmer and local-food activist Joel Salatin is coming to Chico.
By Claire Hutkins Seda
Sacramento-San Joaquin’s Delta is in ongoing decline due to increased water demand and pressure on endangered species.
Growing cities will continue to pressure ecosystems around the world.
New coal plants will have a carbon-dioxide emissions cap for the first time.
Pink slime—it just won’t go away.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Make your own cleaning concoctions from safe household ingredients.
Dr. R. Douglas Matthews, a former firefighter, has followed in the footsteps of his father, Dr. Joseph Matthews, to become a local colorectal surgeon.
By Evan Tuchinsky
No need for a needle with new oral HIV test.
About $2.8 million was awarded to 17 nursing schools throughout the state.
The Food and Drug Administration has denied a petition to remove BPA from food and food products.
A UCSF study has linked meditation to positive improvements in emotional behavior.
It’s essential that State Parks negotiate a reconciliation with the Bidwell Mansion Association. State Sen. Doug LaMalfa’s involvement can make the difference.
The City Council will consider taking a stand on corporate personhood next Tuesday. It won’t be a waste of time.
Do social workers make mistakes? Yes, but their intentions are good.
By George Siler
Michael Courter shares the practice with the community.
Appreciating this little town.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Behind that grandfatherly mien is a reconstituted racist.
By Robert Speer
For monCA’s first public “pop-up” exhibit Reed Applegate gets to do the choosing.
Nick Bluhm & The Gramblers cover Hall & Oates.
By Jason Cassidy
Chico woman’s plan for dealing with loss of a child.
By Catherine Beeghly
Russian Circles loops back for another round of instrumental bliss.
By Zachary Ahern
Infamous Stringdusters’ house-label debut.
By Jaime O'Neill
2012 Chico Area Music Awards.
By Jason Cassidy, and Mark Lore
Brown Bird brings dark folk to Chico for local benefit.
Making the fermented Japanese flavoring miso from scratch.
Franchise tosses another half-baked pie at the screen.
By Bob Grimm
By Craig Blamer
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