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Paradise recovery slows as contamination leaves residents, businesses without critical services.
By Meredith J. Cooper
This article was published on 01.31.19
Camp Fire evacuees turn to Chico’s streets as the Red Cross prepares to close the fairgrounds shelter.
By Ashiah Scharaga
Local workers start training for next phase of debris removal.
By Robert Speer
County CAO unexpectedly says FEMA won’t let residents live on burned-out land.
Red Bluff man suspected of attempted murder killed, concluding a nine-officer pursuit.
Suspects get away with narcotics after vaulting counter and strong-arming employees at the Mangrove Avenue pharmacy.
CalOES and FEMA determine there’s no need for a temporary Camp Fire debris sorting facility.
No more excuses—Chico is a great place to get fit.
Chico-based transportation planning firm Green DOT works with rural cities and counties toward a more walkable, bikeable region.
By Evan Tuchinsky
California’s new governor likely won’t fulfill his pledge of universal health coverage immediately, but he’s heading that direction.
By Elizabeth Aguilera
In praise of the java’s health benefits.
A new complication with debris removal underscores the need for additional temporary housing.
A new member of the Red Cross’ local board gets a crash course in disaster relief.
By Jeff Collins
More on the Red Cross shelter and the organization’s ongoing extrication of Camp Fire evacuees.
By Melissa Daugherty
Jewelry designer Nicolette Gamache provides comfort in adornment for Camp Fire survivors.
Ridge businesses back at it, but some are in Chico, Oroville, Red Bluff …
The music of ABBA fills up Chico Theater Company.
Arts DEVO and his big list of art stuff.
By Jason Cassidy
Run away to the psychedelic carnival with East L.A.’s Tropa Magica.
By Howard Hardee
It’s cold, you’re sick, tuck into a warm shepherd’s pie.
A sweet but lackluster update of the King Arthur legend.
By Bob Grimm
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