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The small North State town of Cottonwood boasts a formidable militia group that derives its legitimacy from the Second Amendment.
By Ken Smith
This article was published on 12.12.13
Strong salmon migration is diluted by poor water management.
By Alastair Bland
Local pro-Palestinian rights demonstrators joined demonstrators around the country to protest Target’s relationship with home-carbonation system maker SodaStream.
Butte County supervisors consider two pot-related items as tempers flare.
By Howard Hardee
The newly formed Chico Homeless Action Team is working with the Chico Peace and Justice Center to provide the homeless with a warm, safe sleeping environment during the cold snap.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
An anti-fracking ordinance effort is launched in Butte County.
Tunnel opponents react to the Bay Delta Conservation Plan report.
Butte County Sheriff Jerry Smith won’t seek re-election; supports Undersheriff Kory Honea as his successor.
Holiday shopping trends away from physical department stores.
The Work Training Center’s Prestige Landscape Service Nursery recently opened itself up to the public.
The world’s oceans are becoming increasingly acidic at an alarming rate.
New Jersey’s Pinelands region is being invaded by destructive southern pine beetles.
Record-low temperatures in the U.S. are a fluctuation in the overall trend of global warming.
The Plant Barn’s Dec. 14 Sale-a-bration and other holiday wonderfulness.
Cold weather can be harmful to your pet's health.
Local physician shares lessons he learned during a recent cancer conference in Africa.
By Evan Tuchinsky
WebMD’s Cold and Flu Map provides your sickness forecast.
State physician shortage is underscored by a Southern California university’s scholarship offer.
Obesity raises health risks even when an individual is metabolically healthy.
A misleading Covered California-related website is the work of state Republicans.
It’s far too soon to know whether realignment is or isn’t working.
Make a commitment to purchase gifts at locally owned businesses this holiday season.
A local canner offers her view of Chico’s homeless.
By Michele French
One year of Black Friday shopping in this lifetime is enough for me.
By Melissa Daugherty
New belly dance store opens in downtown Chico.
By Katherine Green
Eat, drink, and talk about death.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Chico artists and performers peel off their skin for a zombified pin-up calendar.
Glorious sounds and sights of the holiday season in Chico.
By Jason Cassidy
By Matthew Craggs
A chorus of clear-singing roosters shines.
Soundgarden’s debut EPs, re-released and remastered.
By Mark Lore
The California Honeydrops break in a bright new venue.
By Robert Speer
Make your own gingerbread house from scratch, just like mom did.
By Stacey Kennelly
A ‘tender and frank’ approach to young love in this French coming-of-age story.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Christian Bale’s fine performance is at the heart of a violent tale set in decaying industrial America.
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