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The factors that have led to a less attainable California dream.
This article was published on 10.04.18
Executive director closing Stairways Programming.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Chico declares a shelter crisis with Andrew Coolidge’s support, plus takes steps to fund a Chico PD Street Crimes Unit.
By Ashiah Scharaga
Homeowners question method of Chico tax collection on vacation rentals.
Chico State’s crime statistics on the Clery Act Annual Security Report show slight increases in several areas.
Chico moves forward on reaching an agreement with Breanne Sharpe’s mother.
Dean Price retires the same day as both city councils have meetings to discuss his termination.
Florida’s bicyclist death rate is the highest; Cali’s is fifth worst.
‘Gateway plastic’ represents 2.4 million tons of non-recyclable waste each year, among other reasons for restrictions.
By Chris Singleton
Mains’l, an organiztion offering support services to developmentally disabled individuals, celebrates 10 years in Chico.
Study shows the importance of regular sleeping patterns.
The demand for retroactive TOTs on Airbnb-like rentals reeks of a money grab.
Billionaires want Brett Kavanaugh because he’ll vote in favor of business interests, not because of Roe v. Wade.
By Roger S. Beadle
One of the conservatives broke from the ideologues to help homeless folks.
By Melissa Daugherty
Mandy Whigham runs Hot Yoga Club Chico, which lives up to its name.
By Vic Cantu
Hotel Diamond restaurant reinvents itself (again); and two local stores offer a chance to give back.
Sculptor Dan Corbin’s lifelong love affair with art.
By Jason Cassidy
More Chico for the playlist and the new-style art of old-school Aye Jay.
A lively guest trio rocks symphony season opener.
A road trip up the highway to Redding’s new food truck park.
Just another junk horror flick.
By Bob Grimm
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