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A sampling of local music to watch in 2017.
This article was published on 04.13.17
A vibrant community of young bands is blowin’ up at 1078 Gallery.
By Jason Cassidy
Four more local bands to watch.
Smokey the Groove burns up Chico dance floors.
By Carey Wilson
Amarok pushes limits of metal’s heaviest subgenre.
By Mark Lore
Music Industry major puts in the work in Chico scene.
By Robin Bacior
Mother, sheriff’s office search for answers in Joey Strickland’s killing.
By Meredith J. Cooper
A presentation on the status of Oroville Dam’s relicensing gives county officials and public an opportunity to speak about a long history of issues.
By Ken Smith
California landlords are threatening undocumented immigrants with eviction if they complain, say legal aid experts.
By Scott Thomas Anderson
Chico police are looking for information on an attempted murder in The Avenues last weekend.
Police recover a bullet fired into a Chico apartment.
The District 1 congressman is holding two town halls next week.
Americans expected to spend a record amount on Easter this year.
Will the state’s groundbreaking cap and trade law live on?
By Julie Cart
Considering the strain on caregivers and the infirm in war-torn regions.
By Jaime O'Neill
Waking up early is associated with a range of health benefits.
Possible fatal overdoses contradict police reports of calm holiday weekend.
Urge Rep. Doug LaMalfa and others to protect federal dollars for low-income housing.
By Nicole Bateman
Rep. Doug LaMalfa is holding a forum, but will he listen to his constituents?
By Melissa Daugherty
Sophia Battaglia offers clients happiness, productivity.
By Vic Cantu
Local bakers join forces, Lovely Layers at Dutch Bros., and granting wishes.
Pops concert shows that symphonies can rock.
By Howard Hardee
The Chico scene is in good hands.
The Orwell’s soundtrack for doing bad things.
Volcanic inspiration from the base of Mount Fuji.
Kill Rock Stars reissues Elliot Smith’s masterpiece.
By Conrad Nystrom
Despite early hardships, chart-topper Shinedown thrives.
By Alan Sculley
Elevated pub grub and cocktails at Hudson’s.
Three greats go through the motions in embarrassing remake.
By Bob Grimm
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