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Becky Barnes-Boers, a local disabled woman, says Chico is failing to comply with disability laws.
By Melissa Daugherty
This article was published on 08.09.12
Rabbis-in-training come to Chico to learn and share.
By Tom Gascoyne
Compromise calls for keeping first warning in noise ordinance but extending its range.
By Robert Speer
Attorney questions legality of county’s proposed new, tougher medical-marijuana-cultivation ordinance.
By Ken Smith
Enloe doctor defends colleagues charged with murder of their son.
For a while the city of Chico was looking at an $11.2 million redevelopment “true-up” payment to the state, enough to bankrupt it, but now the state has backed off a bit.
Arrest in Chico for possession of a high-capacity gun clips.
New agreement ends months of difficult negotiations.
President Obama has a comfortable lead in California, but even more voters believe he’d be stronger than Gov. Romney on global warming.
Max Kee’s composting program turns donated food scraps into valuable animal feed, compost and, consequently, fresh fruits and vegetables.
By Claire Hutkins Seda
EPA’s effort to regulate mountaintop removal defeated in courtroom.
Study finds strong summer storms deplete ozone layer over U.S.
Army Corps grants TransCanada permit for 485-mile stretch of pipeline.
Sign up for GRUB’s free, in-depth fruit- and veggie-drying workshop on Aug. 28.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
After taking care of her dying mother, Tory Zellick penned The Medical Day Planner, a thorough guide to being primary caretaker of a terminally ill person.
Tomatoes are good for you!
California Health Care Facility to house 1,700 chronically ill prisoners.
Phthalates double the risk of diabetes in women with the highest exposure levels.
Affordable Care Act covers preventative care for pregnant women.
If Sandy Weill, the godfather of “too big to fail,” knows it’s necessary, why doesn’t Congress?
Remembering Alexander Cockburn and his visit to Chico.
By Tom Haithcock
Katy Deaton asks readers to help Caring Choices win a new SUV.
By Vic Cantu
Into the mouths of babes.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Thirty years ago Gore Vidal spent two full days in Chico, charming and challenging its good burghers with his caustic wit and immense knowledge.
Artists focus on Chico’s “Endangered Icons” for annual exhibit.
By Willow Sharkey
Chico Summer Theatre Festival kicks off with an old-time radio show.
Gigs, beer fame and heavy-metal cassettes.
By Jason Cassidy
Dave Kilbourne, it turns out, is one funny writer.
A smokin’ stick of “roots-rock dynamite.”
By Miles Jordan
Long-gone music sees the light.
By Jaime O'Neill
Henri fights the summer heat with his homemade gazpacho.
By Henri Bourride
Recall remake still misses poing of Philip K. Dick source material.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
By Craig Blamer
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