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This article was published on 10.11.18
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Chicoans targeted for displaying signs promoting equality.
By Ashiah Scharaga
Fundraising for the candidates in the 2018 Chico City Council election reaches almost $300,000.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Local webcasters offer ‘rational’ place for talking politics.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Fight, stabbing occurs at house party after people turned away.
Planning Commissioners approve land-use regulations on a split vote, sending the City Council a revised ordinance.
Butte County deputies find the body of Robert Gonzales in a Concow canyon, culminating a days-long search.
California ranks in top five states.
Carbon farmers blaze new ground with the California Healthy Soils Initiative, part of the state’s plan to address greenhouse gases.
By Alastair Bland
Catalyst Domestic Violence Services supports victims of abuse while seeking to prevent unhealthy relationships.
Teen drinking has decreased dramatically over decades but remains a cause for concern.
The Senate’s confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh sets a chilling tone for women the nation over.
Michael Moore’s latest is a clarion call to save what is left of our democracy.
By Benjamin Hills
Looking back at the inaugural Best of Chico issue; plus, two CN&R shout outs.
By Melissa Daugherty
Jason Johnson buys Chico Landscape Management, with focus on customization.
By Cathy Wagner
Bill’s Towne Lounge opens downtown; plus Paradise Safeway project moves forward; and JCPenney helps students suit up.
Ecologist/artist creates vibrant folk art from scientific observation of the natural world.
By Ken Smith
Music and art and kicking the man in the face.
By Jason Cassidy
A new crop of songs from Colorado singer/songwriter.
By Robin Bacior
Emerging from the fog of India Pale Ales.
The short yet influential life of legendary outlaw-country musician Blaze Foley.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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