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Celebrating the success of young local business owners.
This article was published on 02.26.15
Chico State grad grows company with class-scheduling service for college students.
By Howard Hardee
Lovely Layers Cakery owner Emily Zimmerman credits her success to starting small and staying out of debt.
By Ken Smith
Israeli ex-pat finds a niche with customized apparel shop.
By Rachel Bush
Local overcomes life challenges, succeeds in social media market.
By Ernesto Rivera
Salon owner creates casual atmosphere in upscale environs.
By Melissa Daugherty
Two Chico High students were assaulted during a flap over alleged racial slurs and planting the Confederate flag in a local family’s yard.
Former Chico State professor warns of the situation in Ukraine.
By Tom Gascoyne
The counseling center at Chico State, along with those system-wide, is overburdened with student patients.
Chico teachers and school district at an impasse on contract negotiations.
County officials are going door-to-door to explain local medi-pot law.
Referendum to overturn state plastic bag ban qualifies for the 2016 ballot.
Supervisors vote to help Sheriff’s Office hire more deputies.
New England is for heathens.
Volunteer groups help city manage Bidwell Park.
Tobacco is linked to even more health problems, and local municipalities act on e-cigarettes.
By Evan Tuchinsky
The American Heart Association recommends five basic tips to help reduce the risk of heart disease.
Registered nurses at Enloe Medical Center ratify three-year contract with hospital.
Millions enroll in coverage during ACA’s second open enrollment period.
New legislation likely wouldn’t include personal and religious exemptions.
Important conversations are coming out of a disturbing string of racially charged incidents.
With economy in recovery, businesses should resume rewarding employees.
It won’t be easy, but you’ll eventually make a living simply by being you.
By Alec Binyon
Meet some dedicated park-watchers and help a horse if you can.
Maldeep Singh endures the elements with a dance and a smile.
It ain’t easy, but canine fashion crafter works to make a name for herself in Chico.
By Meredith J. Graham
Play or die.
By Jason Cassidy
Sci-fi with a heart.
By Matthew Craggs
No silicone Barbie doll.
From Single Mothers to Absent Fathers.
By Brian Palmer
Experimental-metal super group Old Man Gloom brings evil noise to Chico.
Uncle Dad and friends deliver an epic production of Purple Rain.
By Carey Wilson
Seafood is the star at new Mexican restaurant.
By Henri Bourride
An Oscar-winning performance by Julianne Moore as a woman faced with a life-changing diagnosis.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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