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It’s go time for the Affordable Care Act, with Covered California setting the pace.
This article was published on 10.03.13
A large number of locals turn out to apply for jobs with a Bay Area-based IT-services company.
By Tom Gascoyne
Trio of former employees stir it up at city meeting.
By Melissa Daugherty
Supporters of the Saturday-morning downtown farmers' market may draft a ballot initiative to keep it at its present location.
By Ken Smith
Butte County’s Covered California call center was quiet on the first day the health-insurance exchange opened up.
By Howard Hardee
Ad-hoc committee tones down liquor controls.
Chico Police officers in deadly shooting incident named.
Chico man arrested for alleged child-porn pics on phone.
Americans still not familiar with health-insurance exchanges.
Local weavers begin the process of making “Chico cloth,” from plant to product—even the loom is made in Chico.
By Claire Hutkins Seda
Ireland’s Vi-Aqua technology promises to create revolution in the world of agriculture.
Antarctica’s massive Pine Island Glacier is melting at an alarming rate.
Once declared extinct in England, the short-haired bumblebee is making a comeback.
BEC is going to host Chico Car Free Day on Oct. 6; plus, BEC’s Code Blue Delta field trip rescheduled for Oct.12, and guitarist Tobin Roye performs with Paradise Symphony Oct. 20.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Tips for a breathable indoor environment.
Writing group at Enloe Regional Cancer Center offers healing for the broader community.
An argument for getting a flu vaccination.
Most low-income Californians misunderstand their ACA eligibility.
Oroville Hospital opens a new radiation oncology clinic.
Long-distance running isn’t a likely cause of knee arthritis, a study finds.
Republicans leaders are most worried that Americans will like the new health-care law.
GOP leaders need to give up their feckless crusade against President Obama.
Chicoan Joanne Alden speaks to the reasons local supes should support the Jefferson Declaration.
By Joanne Alden
One of the hallmarks of a good newspaper is its letters section.
Chico yo-yo prodigy sets sights on national championship.
By Katherine Green
Anthony reflects upon the anniversary of Janice’s death.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Chico Theater Company celebrates 10 years of community musical-theater.
By Jason Cassidy
Pure, distilled Artoberfest.
Read between the lines and spend some time in the Gutters.
By Matthew Craggs
Another project from Box Set’s Jeff Pehrson.
By Alan Sheckter
Legendary sideman, pianist Mike Wofford, goes solo.
By Miles Jordan
Decades is putting in the work to be a popular local cover band.
Gamay noir struggles to outgrow its nouveau reputation.
By Alastair Bland
Ron Howard’s retelling of a historic racing rivalry is fast-moving and fun.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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