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In celebration of Valentine’s Day, we present four very different stories revolving around love connections.
This article was published on 02.07.13
Two local women talk about how they met their first loves at Target—and married them.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
When it comes to love nothing is more important than touching.
By Robert Speer
Talking dirty with Audrey Crosby, former author of the O-Face.
By Howard Hardee
Online dating sites for the older set are booming.
By Ken Smith
Water forum at Chico State considers water issues from a spiritual angle.
By Tom Gascoyne
Its introduction may not have been “acceptable or smooth or appropriate,” as one council member put it, but City Manager Brian Nakamura’s reorganization plan is needed, council members agree.
Water advocates worry about the sustainability of the Tuscan aquifer following the discovery of dry monitoring wells.
By Vic Cantu
Police respond to another spate of stabbings, a continuing trend in recent months.
Unidentified man takes two helicopter rides to get to Enloe after crashing hard on a remote trail.
University officials lay the groundwork for reinstatement.
Longtime Chico businessman will lead the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce.
Local Christmas Bird Count finalized.
Author Alicia Funk, who lives off the grid in Nevada City, to host Wild Desserts workshop Feb. 9.
By Claire Hutkins Seda
Decline in amphibian populations could be linked to pesticide use.
United States has long deemed water deep underground unworthy of protection.
China’s ‘showcase capital’ encased in hazardous smog.
Multiple petitions are circulating in light of the fact that the FDA is poised to approve GE salmon; RIP, Patrick Yang.
Chico Fire Department offers tips for fireplace and woodstove users.
A comprehensive look at report on the health of California’s health-care system and of the state’s residents.
By Evan Tuchinsky
New study shows sex with condoms is just as fun!
Feather River Cancer Center earns tops accreditation.
California granted six more months to comply with federal population cap.
Legally binding agreement aims to curb mercury emissions.
Gov. Jerry Brown continues to push for construction of two huge peripheral tunnels bypassing the Delta, but there’s another plan that is easier, cheaper and less destructive.
Chico has a dandy Diversity Action Plan, but when it came to selecting people to serve on city commissions, a lack of action led to a lack of diversity.
Why a large group of students is planning to descend on the State Capitol on Sunday and Monday.
By Joseph Katz, and Paul O'Rourke-Babb
Artist Charles Withuhn puts his talent to work through his Peace Panel Project.
By Shannon Rooney
Love, Mr. Porter.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Events at City Hall since Brian Nakamura are reminiscent of what happened at Enloe Medical Center when Dan Neumeister became CEO there.
Gridley man’s three-decade labor of fire-breathing love.
Taking a bite out of dog owners, hyping news-anchor rappers, and mourning another Chico musician’s death.
By Jason Cassidy
If only all wars were this happy.
By Matthew Craggs
More sunshine than darkness for goth-surf garage rockers.
By Jacob Sprecher
Inspiring blues debut.
By Jaime O'Neill
The Brothers Comatose make tasty Chico debut.
By Alan Sheckter
Wishing for sweet equality for Valentine’s Day.
By Jen Cartier
Eat your heart and brains out Zombie Shakespeare.
By Craig Blamer
A guide to your special day.
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