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An investigation into the secretive world of fracking and what it means to California.
By Leslie Layton
This article was published on 09.19.13
Will the Affordable Care Act fix the Medi-Cal mess?
By Alastair Bland
Assembly Bill 744 calls for increase in diameter of trees thinned in Northern California forests.
By Ken Smith
The city’s deficit has gotten worse—and so has the vitriol at City Hall.
By Robert Speer
Concerns are raised over the location of Narcotics Anonymous meetings in a student neighborhood.
By Tom Gascoyne
Two people are arrested for dog killings in Butte County.
Chico Police investigate the circumstances surrounding a dead body found in Lindo Channel by a passing bicyclist.
Chico Enterprise-Record’s phone-in commentary is brought to a halt.
Survey ranks nations based on citizens’ ratings of happiness.
Chico Energy Pioneers program looks to a future of educating a wider range of locals in green-home techniques, as well as possibly changing city regulations.
By Evan Tuchinsky
New MIT research finds that flights to and from Australia and New Zealand in the month of October are the most environmentally damaging, as far as production of tropospheric ozone goes.
Germany’s Energiewende program to move toward increased reliance upon renewable energy sources is increasingly costly.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers publishes article that calls into question environmental benefit of electric cars.
Opportunities are offered to become a wildlife-area tour guide and to make art that may end up on a Cubanabooks book cover.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Green product lines offer alternatives to wasteful, unsustainable new furniture.
Health professionals discuss the pros and cons of being a later-in-life athlete.
CDC offers advice on keeping pets and their people safe from salmonella.
State lawmakers pass bill to comply with court-ordered prison population reduction.
New federal guidelines claim chemical element in rice doesn’t pose an immediate risk.
Four California porn actors have recently been infected with HIV.
Make your philanthropic contribution go further by giving through the annual Annie B’s Community Drive.
City Council supporting its Arts Commission is a start.
Chico native Alex James deflates Chico Police chief’s correlation between bars and crime; an additional alcohol tax may be a viable option, however.
By Alexander James
Now’s a great time to give to local nonprofits; through Annie B’s they’ll get your contribution plus an additional boost.
By Melissa Daugherty
Retired Department of Fish and Game warden writes book about fighting poachers in California.
By Vic Cantu
A good cry.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Blue Room Theatre opens the season with a modern look at the pain of living.
More than one way to swap a band.
By Jason Cassidy
The story of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
By Miles Jordan
Blokes you can trust from Down Under re-release garage-punk classics.
By Mark Lore
Moving Mountains is all grown up.
By Daniel Taylor
After five years, Aubrey Debauchery returns to the studio with a new band and a ton of new songs.
Alldrin & Son’s smoked salmon’s journey from Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula to the Chico Farmers’ Market.
Without many laughs, Mafia-action/comedy is only half-realized.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Our regional guide of places to go and things to do in fall 2013/winter
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