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This article was published on 08.23.12
Chico State Athletics excels across the board.
By Howard Hardee
Former Chico State pitcher Dale Thayer sticks in Padres bullpen.
They wear uniforms, but they’re students, not cops. Meet the university’s community service officers.
By Kjerstin Wood
As textbook purchases continue to decline, the A.S. Wildcat Store looks forward to increased text rentals via its new rental program.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
A college instructor’s guide to proper classroom behavior.
By Tom Gascoyne
A Park Avenue man takes on his neighborhood bar, but the Chico business claims it’s done nothing wrong.
By Ken Smith
When city officials in Hemet learned Brian Nakamura was seeking the city manager job in Chico, he had some explaining to do.
It may not be enforceable, but City Council members believe a city smoking ban will give business owners the tool they need to keep smokers away from their doorways.
By Robert Speer
Paradise council candidate refuses to quit.
Covanta must move the toxin-containing material to a landfill outside of Chico.
As two fires wind down, another couple of blazes are keeping firefighters busy.
After more than three decades in the private sector, Chico councilman opts for government work.
Tack on the extra fees and Chico State students are looking at paying $3,719 per semester.
Doing your part to help mitigate the devastation of colony collapse disorder by constructing a bee house in your yard.
By Christopher Weber
UN chief outlines plan to combat rising seas, ocean acidification and over-fishing.
Virgin Galactic’s spaceflights won’t be as green as advertised.
Salmon numbers are up this year, but are likely to decrease in the future.
New Chico Creek Nature Center photo exhibit focuses on Altacal Audubon Society’s bird-banding projects.
Ways to beat the heat without burning natural resources.
Two North State women share their thoughts on the importance of organ donation.
Natural remedies for insomnia.
Along with a propensity for not asking directions, men don’t like visiting the doctor.
Report ranks obesity rates for all 50 states.
Food-stamp enrollment has no effect on children’s soda consumption.
Defeated at the polls, the county supervisors return with a proposed medi-pot ordinance that is sure to be even less popular than their first one.
In the name of prosperity, it takes from the poor and middle class and gives to the rich.
A former college instructor reflects on the chasm separating teachers and administrators—and what might be done to bridge it.
By Jaime O'Neill
Sharon Nilsson opens Pepper Grand Coulee’s Funky Trunk, a store with an eclectic collection of thrifty finds.
Family and other things.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Chico gets a new city manager, Mark Sorensen gets a new job, and one man has a hand in both situations—former Chico City Manager Tom Lando.
Hurt me, Chico! Hurt me!
By Jason Cassidy
Dungeon Fighter will leaving you dreaming for more.
By Matthew Craggs
Digging deep into jazz classics.
An homage to the Reverend Gary Davis.
By Miles Jordan
Zombie rock with Season of the Witch.
New York experimental-metal band Kayo Dot pushes boundaries of rock.
Is the corner of Nord and West Sac the new center of Chico’s culinary universe?
French odd-couple comedy entertains despite stereotypes.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
By Craig Blamer
By Rachel Bush
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