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One play’s journey from auditions to opening night.
By Jason Cassidy
This article was published on 11.15.12
Chico Cat Coalition settles into new digs.
By Howard Hardee
Locals continue anti-drone protests outside of Beale Air Force Base.
By Ken Smith
Undocumented law-school graduates and students lobby for licenses.
By Leslie Layton
Chico police chief submits plan to reorganize department, says it’s not a political move.
By Tom Gascoyne
CSU trustees drop plan to increase tuition for certain students.
Jack in the Box owner pleads to dodging state fees.
Candidate Randall Stone tightens grip on final seat.
A majority of voters say this election was more important than those in previous years.
GRUB CSA Farm splits off from GRUB Cooperative and moves to a new location.
By Claire Hutkins Seda
Settlement results in improved electric-vehicle infrastructure in California.
Green groups hope for more progress during Obama’s second term.
First photos of spade-toothed beaked whales taken in New Zealand in 2010.
The last Wednesday farmers’ market of the year just happens to fall on Thanksgiving eve!
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Five energy-saving home-weatherization tips.
Enloe Medical Center’s upcoming cancer-screening talks get to the bottom of the controversies over if and when to screen for cancer.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Five proven uses of medical marijuana.
Affordable Care Act still likely to face resistance in coming months.
Study suggests exercising too much can hinder weight loss.
Oroville Hospital CEO Robert Wentz speaks at first-ever Open Source EHR Summit.
Didn’t voters approve Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax measure to put a freeze on fees?
There was no reason not to give local business owners two weeks to study the city’s Climate Action Plan before voting on it.
It’s an inherited condition.
By Jaime O'Neill
Ami McNairn Emery.
By Stephanie Geske
I’m still standing.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
A progressive majority has emerged in California, the nation and Chico, but it shouldn’t be taken for granted.
By Robert Speer
Butte College pulls off groovy adaptation of Molière’s wacky com"die-ballet.
By MaryRose Lovgren
Falling for the Little Prince … and fall.
“Catch-A-Ride and get you some …”
By Matthew Craggs
Moving mountains with METZ.
By Mark Lore
Elina Duni returns to the Albanian music of her roots.
Good, clean nostalgia at cowboy poetry and music fest.
Beaujolais Nouveau Day (Nov. 15) kicks off the holidays.
By Alastair Bland
A rich snapshot of defining moment in American history.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Daniel Craig faces his demons and badass nemesis in latest Bond installment.
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