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Seeking help for the scatterbrained.
By Kris Vagner
This article was published on 08.10.17
Crowd mostly made up of angry constituents at Monday’s town hall in Chico.
By Ken Smith
Butte supervisors ban sales, allow deliveries—for now.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Farms’ flood claim is just one of many facing DWR over Oroville Dam spillway disaster.
By Robert Speer
Grant money available for local emergency food and shelter programs.
Butte County supervisors file lawsuit over Gov. Jerry Brown’s twin tunnels project, California WaterFix.
Local homeless-services providers team up to serve LGBT individuals.
August is National Romance Month.
Chico school district gets state air board grants to replace old diesel buses and buy an electric bus.
By Elizabeth Castillo
In the $5 billion ostomy industry, suffering patients find few treatments with scientifically established effectiveness.
By Marisa Taylor
As virus is detected in Butte County, officials urge simple precautions.
LaMalfa’s town hall should make more progressives be like Bernie.
How the Trump follies keep us distracted while the administration lays waste to progressive policies.
Butte County has squandered hundreds of thousands of dollars on a futile effort to bar the Mechoopda from building a casino.
By Sara Trechter
Musings on Rep. Doug LaMalfa’s recent shindig, and a shout out to a kind letter writer.
By Melissa Daugherty
Kasey Valle opens Geology Rocks! in downtown Chico.
CN&R opens Best of Chico polls; Live Life Juice, Sweet Cottage and Envee Salon move around downtown; and BofA set to close in Paradise.
Blue Room’s Frost/Nixon is a powerful staging of historic encounter.
That one time at the Green Day concert.
By Jason Cassidy
Jack Swyteck returns for another crazy case.
The well-worn voice of Chistopher Paul Stelling.
By Robin Bacior
That old New Zealand sound.
By Conrad Nystrom
Local bands push boundaries at Maltese.
Henri turns off the oven and grills his meat outside.
By Henri Bourride
Adaptation reduces Stephen King series to rubble.
By Bob Grimm
Q&A: AS President Dylan Gray on campus life.
Ten activities for your Chico bucket list.
By Howard Hardee, Jason Cassidy, and Melissa Daugherty
… without busting your wallet.
No matter where you are, an inexpensive taco is near.
By Howard Hardee
Half a dozen reasons to stay up late (that don’t include a frat party)
The Chico test.
By Evan Tuchinsky
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