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Chico City Council’s deadlock vote on the Saturday farmers’ market’s lease puts the future of the popular event in question.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
This article was published on 05.30.13
Butte County rebuffed in its request for the state’s help in controlling large marijuana grows.
By Tom Gascoyne
City considers raising fees to cover its public services.
With its alcohol license denied, Mangrove Mini Mart’s future looks bleak.
By Howard Hardee
Reports say state’s prison-realignment program is working.
Burger Hut, Clifford’s Jewelry preparing to shut their doors.
Cell-phone tax fallout of $840,000 reported at city meeting.
Chico State names a new dean of the College of Humanities and Fine Arts.
Racial breakdown by local, state and national percentages.
Scientists point to habitat loss as main reason for decline in monarch butterflies.
By Meredith J. Graham
North State residents shaken by 5.7-magnitude temblor.
House Republicans push through bill to speed approval of Keystone XL pipeline.
ChicoAmphibian numbers are plummeting in the United States.
Local sustainable architect shares his advice on shopping for eco-friendly windows; plus, Gateway Science Museum’s upcoming eco-camps.
Tips to avoid being bitten during rattlesnake season.
Butte County Public Health teams up with three local hospitals to assess community health needs.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Butte County Public Health Department offers tips for avoiding sunburn this summer.
Medical treatments in California vary greatly based on geographic area.
L.A. launches criminal investigation of Nevada mental hospital.
Senior-care center addresses caregiver stress with online assessment.
Blaming three City Council members for the city’s budget woes is unfair.
The City Council dropped the ball by not granting the Saturday farmers’ market a two-year lease.
It’s time to adopt a sustainable approach to using the limited resource of water.
By Jimi Gomez
Setting the record straight about Robert Speer on my first week as editor.
By Melissa Daugherty
Will Bono and a group of Chicoans build bike trailers for Tanzania.
By Vic Cantu
Forever doesn’t last.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
High-tech maker space opens doors for budding designers.
By MaryRose Lovgren
Sasquatch puts a stop to deer-brain talk.
By Jason Cassidy
You got to know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em.
By Matthew Craggs
Modern music for vampires and other hip kids.
Breathing new life into piano jazz.
By Jaime O'Neill
The new BottleRock Fest kicked off Nor Cal’s season of summer music fests.
By Alan Sheckter
For 75 years Chico’s been returning to Shubert’s.
By Henri Bourride
The summer-blockbuster season kicks off with a big, noisy June.
By Craig Blamer
By Rachel Bush
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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