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A tenacious researcher’s dig into Depression-era killings uncovers an unsung local hero.
This article was published on 09.06.18
Local silica mine faced with mitigation measures, potential fines in contamination investigation.
By Howard Hardee
Chico mayor clears council chambers after sit/lie ordinance protest.
By Ashiah Scharaga
Progressive organizations agree that a new bill to roll back campaign finance reform is bad for the party. So why were top Dems ignoring them?
By Scott Thomas Anderson
Proposed subdivision going to council with Planning Commission recommendation.
Home improvement ecommerce company opens second local facility on East 20th Street, by Meriam Park.
Council vote puts city organizations in line for state funds to address homelessness, which so far Chico has eschewed.
New stats on firearm-related deaths.
Pedal-powered compost service Drop in the Bucket helps Chico residents with green waste.
Hepatitis C becomes more common amid the opioid crisis, in younger populations underserved by health care.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Eating healthier at your next cookout.
The public’s outburst at Tuesday’s Chico City Council meeting is a result of the panel’s longtime incivility.
Lamenting the coarsening of our culture under the current administration.
By Jaime O’Neill
Two newspapers shuttered; and this week’s cover story explores two long-forgotten murders.
By Melissa Daugherty
Mary Norman serves up simple, delicious brews.
By Cathy Wagner
LemonShark and Tender Loving Coffee open downtown; plus late-night cookies and Italian feasts.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Big payoffs in Dogg Days installation.
By Robert Speer
Chico’s best are showing off their art.
By Jason Cassidy
MaMuse brings prayers of freedom to Chico.
By Robin Bacior
A bunch of jalapeños means a batch of cowboy candy.
A tender, honest look at that most confusing rite of passage—junior high.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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