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Six local folks likely to make an impact in the new year.
Howard Hardee, Ken Smith, Meredith J. Cooper, and Robert Speer
This article was published on 01.07.16
Two Chico women face federal trespassing charges in their peaceful fight against drone warfare.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Move the Junkyard advocates rally to mark one year since Chico Scrap Metal was ordered to move.
By Ken Smith
Community groups decry raised rates for using City Council chambers.
By Howard Hardee
Local homeless woman brutally killed, suspects await extradition in Wisconsin.
Oroville Police believe a fully automatic firearm was used in drive-by shooting.
After years of uncertainty, Chico Arts Commission set to meet four times a year.
Hillary Clinton named America’s Most Admired Woman for 20th year.
Thousands brave frigid water for Polar Bear Plunge.
To combat climate change, some farmers—and world leaders—are looking to the soil.
By Alastair Bland
As overdose deaths soar, physicians use new tech to prescribe drugs.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Tips for getting loose.
Federal lawmakers are the ones responsible for the proliferation of gun violence.
The Town Council has an obligation to look into the matter further before making a hasty decision.
District Attorney Mike Ramsey’s findings in police shooting reek of a coverup.
By Nathan Esplanade
We’re in an election year, so where are the City Council candidates?
By Melissa Daugherty
New boxing facility open to all ages, but focuses on youth.
By Whitney Garcia
Needham Studios celebrates 45 years of creating stained glass.
Longtime local artist Dragonboy’s inspired by Buddhist deity.
By Rachel Bush
Looking forward to new art!
By Jason Cassidy
Toby Hayes returns as Eugene Quell.
By Ryan J. Prado
A new album from one of Canada’s most prolific sidemen.
By Miles Jordan
Thailand by way of Texas.
Kicking off the new year with new local bands.
By Carey Wilson
Henri’s favorite cold-weather stew and soup recipes.
By Henri Bourride
Tarantino’s wild, energetic and half-baked Western.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Snow Goose Festival on the Pacific Flyway 2016.
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