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Is a coyote-killing contest a legitimate form of predator control, or is it just a chance to go out and kill as many animals as possible?
By Allan Stellar
This article was published on 02.28.13
Effort to incorporate LGBT contributions into school lessons raises some questions.
By Jerry Olenyn
Community leaders, members meet to discuss Chico’s substance-abuse problems.
By Mark Lore
Butte County Board of Supervisors takes on varied and controversial matters.
By Ken Smith
Butte County Library tries to increase its number of e-books in the face of resistance from publishers.
By Nicole Gerspacher
Pit bull chases away home invaders in Chico.
Day of loose behavior follows community meeting on substance abuse.
Ruling in San Diego has effect on local case.
Recent changes among U.S. Catholic and Protestant populations.
State of California is poised to drop controversial requirement for flame retardants in upholstered furniture.
By Brett Israel
California’s outdoor-recreation industry a huge boost to state economy.
Chico Natural Foods awarded for eco-friendly packaging practice.
Japanese boat rams Sea Shepherd vessels, marine conservationists claim.
The FDA extends comment period on GE salmon to April 26; plus, seed-starting workshop at GRUB on March 9.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Join water.org in raising money to bring safe access to drinking water for everyone.
Dental care for low-income children in California looks even dicier as Healthy Families clients shift to overburdened Medi-Cal program.
By Evan Tuchinsky
There are quite a few health-promoting reasons to eat apples.
Study models potential of reducing average American’s sodium intake.
Hormone-disrupting chemicals are a danger to humans and wildlife.
Newborns in intensive care exposed to high levels of BPA, study finds.
The wholesale restructuring of city government is expected to save $1 million annually, far less than is needed to right the fiscal ship. The city needs a new source of revenue.
Americans have said they want Congress to tackle the deficit with a combination of spending cuts and revenue increases. Why don’t House Republicans get it?
International students in Chico often have a hard time making friends with Americans. Let’s reach out to them so they don’t feel lonely.
By Shannon Rooney
Karla Follestad’s café serves up conversation.
Roman history via podcast.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
How stories get chosen.
By Robert Speer
The revolution will be thoughtfully documented.
By Jason Cassidy
Excuuuuse me, Princess …
By Matthew Craggs
Grumbling against the machine.
Charles Lloyd’s mother at heart of sax-man’s latest.
By Jaime O'Neill
Folk-music legend Peter Yarrow has shared music of conscious for five decades.
Paul Dresher’s journey of musical exploration and invention.
Organic and natural menu at new Paradise café.
Only a few new bumps in the night in uneven horror-thriller.
By Craig Blamer
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