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America has been at war for more than a decade, but the only people who seem to feel it are the warriors and their families.
By Jaime O'Neill
This article was published on 07.05.12
Her husband was a combat Marine in Vietnam. Her son, also a Marine, fought in Fallujah. She wrote a book about the effects of two wars on her family.
By Robert Speer
Nurses, assemblyman weigh in on Obamacare.
By Ken Smith
Paradise Police Officer Patrick Feaster pursues DUI offenders in honor of his late uncle, Patrick Dolan, who was killed by a drunken driver in 1974.
By Jerry Olenyn
Longtime tenant gets booted from his Esplanade apartment but his good karma prevails.
By Vic Cantu
Ash pile in north Chico tests high in dioxins.
By Tom Gascoyne
The company is hiring more than 100 employees for its Chico call center.
The retired California Highway Patrol officer is arrested by the CHP.
Measure D will pay for up to $2.5 million in facilities improvements at Gridley elementary and middle schools.
Nutritionists believe there’s a correlation between the super-sizing of soda cups and the increase in obesity.
Father-daughter startup The Bottle Bar turns cast-off bottles into practical art pieces.
By Kjerstin Wood
Lead from ammunition is posing a threat to endangered California condors.
A bill would disallow fracking until state guidelines are in place.
California will be hit harder by rising sea-level than the rest of the West Coast.
Ten dollars’ worth of food for $1 at local farmers’ markets is only part of the summer goodness Chico has to offer. Check out Young Love Outfitters’ F*ck Plastic tote bag!
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Simple travel tips for an eco-friendly trip.
Bright and likeable PA Jason Ruby works in the Oroville family practice of Dr. Jerry Waters.
By Evan Tuchinsky
These five food types will make you look and feel older.
Health care for older inmates is costing the national penal system big bucks.
A study links premature death to a lack of health insurance.
The Supreme Court rules Obama’s health-care law constitutional.
CUSD should have righted its issues with Title IX years ago, when Cindy Wolff brought it to the attention of officials.
Mitt Romney says he wants to “repeal and replace” Obamacare, but with what?
Friends are ‘the sunshine of life,’ the author says.
By Thomas Mays
Chico Coin & Jewelry owner Scott Hathorn has an impressive collection of concerts posters.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Notes on events large and small.
Local video-production company is raking in the awards.
Cheap art for Arts DEVO’s empty walls.
By Jason Cassidy
Clicking away vs. Diablo.
By Matthew Craggs
A blueprint of beats for Blueprint.
By Mazi Noble
Tedeschi and Trucks, live and on fire.
Summer Jams, 2012.
Hand-made ice creams, fruit bars and more at colorful new La Flor De Michoacán.
Mark Wahlberg and his foul-mouthed teddy bear.
By Craig Blamer
Richard Linklater gets exceptional performances from Jack Black and others in this true-crime dramedy.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
By Rachel Bush
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