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This article was published on 06.14.12
Same-sex parenting is becoming the new normal.
By Ken Smith
For expectant mothers—and their partners—they offer skillful support 24/7.
By Carson Medley
Local nonprofit aids parents in their pursuit of child care.
By Melissa Daugherty
Which is better for rearing children, attachment parenting or tiger parenting? Two local counselors give their opinions.
By Howard Hardee
Ten apps for new parents.
By Ashley Hennefer
Historic photo suggests John Bidwell had two mansions, and that the Bidwell Mansion we know isn’t the first one.
Dog mauling leaves Palermo woman in jeopardy of losing her leg.
By Katy Noah
Meet Chico State’s new provost, Belle Wei.
By Kjerstin Wood
City leaders move plan forward in a split vote.
By Tom Gascoyne
Markets in Butte and Tehama counties are accepting EBT cards.
Longtime worker allegedly pocketed cash, gift cards from a contractor.
The general election ballot will include an initiative, thanks to the Right to Know campaign.
Two-parent middle-income earners spend more than $11,000 per year, on average.
Biochar offers hope for reduction of atmospheric CO2, as well as improvement of depleted soils and production of alternative energy.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Canadian prime minister revises environmental laws in favor of oil production.
The retailer settled for $3.6 million and complied with hazardous-waste guidelines.
Disease-carrying vectors are moving farther northward into the United States.
Learn how to build hugelkultur raised beds and other permaculture techniques at a June 23 workshop; also, Ed McLaughlin memorial is June 23.
Five ways kids can get in on the green movement.
Paradise pediatrician Samuel Daniyan, who hails from Nigeria, is loved by patients and co-workers alike.
There are more things than just eating too much and being a couch potato that may make you fat.
Survey ranks UC Davis Children’s Hospital in top 50 in four categories.
A study finds smoking pot doubles the risk of car crashes.
Feather River Hospital gets an “A” for safety in national ranking.
Think the city’s sustainability push is a waste of time and money? Check out its indicators report and you may change your mind.
Votes in San Jose and San Diego show the public wants change.
Got a complaint about the cops? Want to compliment them? A new procedure makes it easier to do either one.
By Walter Ballin
Teenager Hayley Walton’s stained-glass pieces are becoming a hot item.
By Vic Cantu
A pulled-pork sandwich and sudden death.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Butte County supervisors are sick of the medical-marijuana mess, but they have no choice, following Measure A’s defeat, but to keep trying.
By Robert Speer
Fun and energetic Broadway train-comedy pulls into Paradise.
By Alan Sheckter
Elvis Costello at Laxson, plus others in the awesome lineup of Chico Performances.
By Jason Cassidy
A little rebellious African music among friends.
By Mazi Noble
New old pop from Sir Paul.
By Mark Lore
Between the notes with Fuze.
Chico’s busy local acoustic scene produces four new albums.
By Alan Sheckter, Jason Cassidy, and Robert Speer
Gorging on Chico’s street food.
Looking totally cool is about all Ridley Scott’s interstellar trip has going for it.
By Craig Blamer
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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