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Gov. Jerry Brown’s tunnel vision has high stakes for the North State and the Delta.
By Alastair Bland
This article was published on 08.15.13
Local company’s trout survey on Big Chico Creek establishes a starting point for future research.
By Tom Gascoyne
Solar industry expands even as subsidy incentives dry up.
By Cody Drabble
Rep. Doug LaMalfa recognized for not recognizing climate change.
By Ken Smith
Controversial Oak Valley housing development is back on track in Chico.
Armed robber was overpowered and detained by convenience-store clerks.
Internal Affairs Committee meeting on alcohol licensing postponed.
San Joaquin Valley farmers have filed suit to stop Trinity Reservoir water release that would help spawning salmon.
More Republicans than Democrats favor higher health-insurance rates for smokers and those who are overweight.
Earlene Eisley and Baji Hantelman help move the local canning revival forward by leading workshops on three separate dates.
By Claire Hutkins Seda
New report from the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment documents the growing impacts of climate change on California.
A court ruling asks California’s public-health department to set an official limit for hexavalent-chromium content in the state’s drinking-water supply.
California Department of Fish and Wildlife notes a drop in the number of mountain lions killed in the state since a new policy was implemented in February.
Local sign artist and heritage-tree advocate seeks members for the newly formed Heritage Tree Committee.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Four easy ways to conserve our local water supplies.
Report details a state- and countywide need for more mental-health care.
By Evan Tuchinsky
A cup or two of cocoa a day might keep dementia away.
State health officials are accused of covering up changes to services for autistic children.
Brown announces a plan to comply with a federal order to release 10,000 state inmates by 2014.
Obesity rate in poor preschoolers decreases after decades of being on the rise.
Chico State officials have an obligation to do further investigation to figure out whether the Physical Science Building is healthy enough to remain open.
The international community must come together to mitigate the damage stemming from Japan’s nuclear disaster.
How support of the arts makes Chico a great place to visit and call home.
By Muir Hughes
Chico’s City Council meetings are in good hands with Mayor Scott Gruendl leading them.
By Melissa Daugherty
Talking to the owner of Gail’s Mini Donkey Ranch.
By Shannon Rooney
Pictures on the memorial buffet.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
The Times, Jay-Z, Tera Patrick and Jonathan Richman.
By Jason Cassidy
Shakespeare and Star Wars: “Once more unto the trench, dear friends, once more!”
By Matthew Craggs
Rushdie memoir recounts his nine years spent underground in an effort to stay out of the sights of Islamist assassins.
By Robert Speer
The Mother Hips have still got California Soul on Behind Beyond.
By Alan Sheckter
Los Angeles duo grows up without losing sight of the past.
By Mark Lore
Outside Lands festival in San Francisco was a crossroads of old and new.
By Howard Hardee
The Hunter & The Farmer food truck offers fresh Paleo-focused deliciousness.
Documentary sheds light on dangers of keeping killer whales in captivity.
By Craig Blamer
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Where will you go on your Chico journey?
Student programs are key to Chico State grad student’s success.
The author follows his girlfriend down the great Yahi Trail into Upper Bidwell Park.
Taking an active view of the Chico art scene with Arts DEVO.
For less than $20, you can taste five signature local flavors that will set you off on your Chico culinary adventure.
From student to sustainability guru, young eco-warrior is making a mark in Chico.
Scouring for quality used-goods in Chico.
A Chico State success story at Sutter dining hall.
By Vic Cantu
Stay outside, keep moving—and enjoy the good, healthy life.
Interesting (or just plain weird) stuff you should know about this little college town.
Friday plus Chico equals a night of exploring the possibilities.
Mapping out Chico’s distinct areas with pictures.
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