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Anti-vaccine movement pushes back against lawmakers' efforts to require all kids get protected.
By Allan Stellar
This article was published on 04.30.15
PG&E meeting on planned tree removal gets heated.
By Tom Gascoyne
Chico Peace and Justice Center's new co-directors hope to expand long-running group's visibility and demographics.
By Ken Smith
Local Nepali native seeks the bright spots in earthquake’s aftermath.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Effort to quell feral cat population seems to be working.
Three Oroville men arrested for burglary after a citizen reports a crime in progress.
Former longtime city manager dies at age 90.
Numbers are up in religious support of gay marriage.
Chico Rotarians improve lives in northern Tanzania through ongoing service projects.
By Daniel Taylor
Girls on the Run fosters health, confidence and friendship through exercise.
By Howard Hardee
Why workout buddies are beneficial.
Mentally ill Californians continue to face discrimination.
Vaccination doesn’t make at-risk children more likely to develop autism, study finds.
New report on Butte County’s high use of drugs, tobacco and alcohol contains some worrisome figures.
It’s almost unbelievable that a politician would advocate legalizing fireworks amid the drought.
Nepal is a country in need—let’s be generous, but be smart.
Given the United States’ history in overseas conflicts, Congress and Americans should be wary of going to war.
By Bob Mulholland
There’s plenty of evidence debunking the vaccine-autism link and supporting the safety of vaccines.
By Melissa Daugherty
Energy healer Trisha Byrnes will bathe you in sound.
By Shannon Rooney
Caterers set up permanent shop with eatery at the airport, and Quackers changes hands.
By Toni Scott
Blue Room Young Company stages a fun-sized version of The Hobbit.
On all of the walls at Chico State.
By Jason Cassidy
No sophomore slump for Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers.
By Alan Sheckter
Australia's Courtney Barnett debuts celebrated full-length.
By Mark Lore
More of the same sweet and sour goodness.
A trio of soulful female singer-songwriters brightens up Lost on Main.
By Carey Wilson
Henri successfully eats his feelings thanks to Chico's new Hmong food truck.
By Henri Bourride
A throwback horror flick that makes good on its scary promise.
By Craig Blamer
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