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Celebrating women in local agriculture.
This article was published on 09.25.14
Standout Chico State agriculture students aren’t afraid to make their own way in an industry traditionally dominated by men.
By Ken Smith
Noelle Ferdon is connecting local growers to wholesale markets with the North Valley Food Hub.
By Howard Hardee
Mother, daughter and granddaughter look to break strereotype.
Homeless encampments play big role in unprecedented trashing of Chico’s waterways.
Lawyer reveals ongoing investigation of Butte College regarding an alleged 2012 rape by a football player, and another player currently faces felony assault charges.
Climate change, fracking dominate candidates forum discussion.
By Tom Gascoyne
Ex-CIA analyst joins Chico State profs in discussion of Fourth Amendment, government power over Americans.
By Meredith J. Graham
Local water defenders come out against Prop 1.
Woman tries to kidnap two kids downtown.
Family, friends gather to remember two deaths a year ago.
California leads food production in the U.S., followed by these states.
Small operations like Farmelot in Vina benefit from Buy Fresh Buy Local, which lines supermarket shelves with their produce.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Local woman overcomes ulcerative colitis and surgery to get rough with Nor Cal Roller Girls.
By Vic Cantu
Popular produce items ranked by pesticide residue levels.
Artificial sweeteners may set the body up for diabetes.
State has backlog of more than 350,000 Medi-Cal applications.
What we know as schizophrenia may actually be eight different disorders.
Giving props to the local folks who fill our plates.
Flying military banners in a limited area for a limited time is the way to go.
Local peace organization gives its take on the violence in the Middle East.
By Chris Moore-Backman
CN&R story results in a helping hand; and a couple of editors go gaga for pets.
By Melissa Daugherty
Colleen Cecil talks about her role in the Butte County Farm Bureau and the state of women in ag.
By Hunter Du Puy
Putting the ‘table’ in Farm to Table.
Honoring the dead with new library built with proceeds from mother and daughter’s home-baked challah.
Nuthin’ but DEVOtion.
By Jason Cassidy
Bake like a Huckleberry.
By Matthew Craggs
Dating can be crap.
By Sean Murphy
Mud on Muddy.
By Miles Jordan
Personal stories of joy and loss with Brooklyn folk-rock trio.Personal stories of joy and loss with Brooklyn folk-rock trio.
By Brian Palmer
Turn your kitchen into a food lab with at-home fermentation.
By Jesse Mills
Strong characters and great actors in screenwriter Dennis Leehane’s latest crime drama.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Liam Neeson tracks down killers in a dying city.
By Jim Lane
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