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Our annual tribute to the bicycle, a simple and sweet means of transportation, recreation and competition.
This article was published on 04.23.15
Blind mountain bike racer Bobby McMullen helps involve disabled riders in the upcoming Challenge Fondo.
By Howard Hardee
Nikko Shelton and Max Feiler haven't let having one speed hold them back.
By Ken Smith
Women-only mountain bike group fosters friendship and develops skill.
By Ernesto Rivera
Neighborhood watch programs shine spotlight on community policing.
By Hunter Du Puy
City Council revisits Chico Scrap Metal, considers proposal to legalize fireworks.
After 36 years, Oroville man is sentenced in wife's murder.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Board of Supervisors bans storage of fracking byproducts in Butte County.
By Tom Gascoyne
Utility company holds public input meetings.
Four men arrested in connection to robbery, stabbing in Chico.
City Council adopts two new laws on local alcohol establishments.
America closing in on one million bike commuters.
A new program by the local Audubon chapter aims to encourage replacing lawns with native habitat for birds and other animals.
Experts offer ‘report card’ on the Affordable Care Act.
By Robert Speer
As if you need more reasons to ride your bike, it’s cheap, gets you in shape and can protect your heart.
California outbreak is over, according to state health officials.
Ingredient in Tylenol and other pain relievers may limit range of emotions.
Paradise Adventist Academy senior launches fundraiser for hospice, palliative care.
In this time of drought we must learn to live with a brown yard.
All of us need to do our part to ride and drive responsibly.
The author’s preferred mode of transportation involves two wheels.
Saying goodbye to the family matriarch.
By Melissa Daugherty
Mitch Pryor builds high-end, custom-engineered bicycles in North Chico.
By Alec Binyon
A look back at Chico’s plan to beautify downtown bike racks leads me to Sierra Nevada’s lead designer.
Chico State theater alum returns from Broadway to direct spring musical.
By Carey Wilson
Downtown Chico was filled with comedians for inaugural comedy fest.
By Vic Cantu
Sit down, Steely Dan. Stand up, CAMMIES winners!
By Jason Cassidy
Warren Ellis plants seeds of tension.
By Matthew Craggs
Same Bat-time, new Bat-channel.
Chill out with Violents.
By Brian Palmer
Henri goes green, grows green beans,
By Henri Bourride
A Hungarian-produced dog-centered parable of human oppression.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A rom-com at the crossroads of adulthood.
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