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Chico man repurposes junk into musical instruments.
By Ken Smith
Gridley company installs the largest solar water-heating system in the state.
By Tom Gascoyne
Local agencies strive for healthy, fire-resistant forest.
By Howard Hardee
More people are riding the bus than ever before—and for good reason.
By Vic Cantu
Butte College football players accused of crashing party, assaulting attendees.
Local Tea Party members attend a Tax Day rally in downtown Chico.
Council votes, 3-2, to support grassroots effort to correct Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision.
By Robert Speer
It was cold, windy and wet, but that didn’t keep about 80 teens from learning first-hand about stream health and water quality.
By Shannon Rooney
CVS Pharmacies hit for illegal storage of hazardous waste.
Judge Sandra McLean out for 30 days; Councilwoman Mary Goloff to miss another meeting. CVS.
Tony Symmes gets nearly three years in prison.
Americans change their beliefs in the face of the recession.
Members of a new grassroots movement in Chico talk about bringing neighborhoods together to create a self-sustainable community.
By Claire Hutkins Seda
Taxing polluting industries could provide California much-needed funding.
Richards won’t be penalized for shooting a mountain lion in Idaho.
The warming Atlantic Ocean has put the Amazon rainforest at risk of wildfire.
Post Carbon Institute’s Richard Heinberg to speak at Chico State April 24.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Count ’em and hop to it already.
Chico bariatric surgeons Deron Ludwig and Erik Simchuk discuss Lap-Band surgery.
Some safety tips for enjoying Chico’s parks.
The risk of non-malignant brain tumors increases with exposure to X-rays.
There was a decrease in prescribed medicine and clinical visits in 2011.
FDA requires prescription for use of antibiotics in farm animals for the first time.
He was a leader in the community and a generous philanthropist, but greed was his undoing.
It’s true that Ann Romney hasn’t worked outside the home and doesn’t understand how the recession has hurt employed women. But there are some issues she knows first-hand.
Chico Cabaret’s owners on why they closed their theater company.
By Sue and Phil Ruttenberg
Tom Peppas knows his way around the North State’s best fly fishing spots.
Grammatically speaking, mind your you’res.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
UC President Mark Yudof was in Chico this week, trying to educate locals on the value of the university.
Rogue Theatre’s ‘beautiful and haunting’ rendition of Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia.
White Russian, Sierra Nevada, Runaway Blues, prison art and one very loud amplifier.
By Jason Cassidy
Kate McGarry lets us in on the “girl talk.”
By Miles Jordan
The garage overfloweth.
By Mark Lore
Some slide with sauce.
By Jaime O'Neill
Bluegrass gets a workout with “jamgrass” torch bearers, Greensky Bluegrass.
By Alan Sheckter
Mekkala is an impressive addition to Chico’s Thai landscape.
By Henri Bourride
Funny and scary, Cabin in the Woods takes a knife to tired horror tropes.
By Craig Blamer
Ass-kicking mayhem in The Raid: Redemption.
By Bob Grimm
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