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Since 2015, the city of Chico has contracted with Armed Guard Private Protection—the security company involved in Tyler Rushing’s death—to provide exclusively armed service at numerous city properties.
By Ken Smith
This article was published on 11.30.17
Father of Desmond Phillips disputes official account of his son’s shooting.
By Howard Hardee
Butte County Library offers high-tech equipment at its Chico branch, and will soon offer a fully equipped “maker space.”
Local enthusiasts look forward to four new courts for the sport, a combination of tennis, badminton and ping-pong.
By Vic Cantu
Suspect charged in road rage incident after attempting to assault police where they work.
Man found killed in Chico apartment identified as David Bledsoe.
They want to suck your blood.
Local seed lending library promotes gardening and diversity of crops.
By Kevin Fuller
California’s health insurance exchange is going strong despite efforts to dismantle the Affordable Care Act.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Tips for brightening your mood during the cold, dark months.
City administrators need to re-evaluate their priorities when it comes to hiring armed security.
Time is now to speak up on net neutrality.
The author urges support for the creation of a local tiny house community.
By Charles Withuhn
City leaders were woefully ignorant about any controversy surrounding hiring rent-a-cops, or they just didn’t want to hear it.
By Melissa Daugherty
Ali Emdadian and Reza Soleymani offer meals to improve your health through Teb Pantry.
By Josh Cozine
Shopping at small businesses; Shubert’s in the mall; the Beatles are immortal; and free downtown parking.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Our critic shares his iconic holiday-film characters.
By Bob Grimm
Arts DEVO’s huge plate of leftovers.
By Jason Cassidy
Two new discs from two old-school soul/bluesmen.
By Miles Jordan
All the cold drama of Iceland in one sonic experiment.
By Robin Bacior
Don’t wait on Sisters.
Pink Martini frontman reflects on band’s musical adventures.
By Alan Sculley
Hooker Oak Distillery sets roots in southeast Chico’s new alcohol district.
Coming of age in Nor Cal with Lady Bird.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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