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A few names to look for in the new year.
By Andre Byik, Ashiah Scharaga, Jason Cassidy, Melissa Daugherty, and Meredith J. Cooper
This article was published on 01.02.20
Officials scramble to sign up Camp Fire survivors for private property tree removal program.
By Andre Byik
Chico’s revenue spikes post-Camp Fire; city reports $8 million budget surplus.
By Ashiah Scharaga
Council to consider taking a broader approach to state tenant protections and vet first draft maps for election districts.
Two women found dead during holidays identified by Glenn, Butte counties.
Panel to continue contracting with Alvarez-Glasman & Colvin; Andrew Jared appointed as city attorney.
Probation granted in sexual assault case.
California Student Aid Commission report shows food, housing affordability still a significant challenge for college students.
Battle lines are drawn over oil drilling in California.
By Julie Cart
Veteran who eased chronic pain by vaping forced to stop after it sickened him .
By Marlene Harris-Taylor
Be careful with that cellphone.
Did the Camp Fire not teach city leaders about the importance of this arm of public safety?
Chico’s vice mayor addresses two local laws that require immediate correction.
By Alex Brown
Jumping into 2020 with a more mindful outlook and determination to have fun.
By Melissa Daugherty
Jenny Rae Richman (aka Pepper Mint Whimsy) brings faeries and humans together.
By Josh Cozine
Half precognition, half wish list for Chico’s business scene.
By Meredith J. Cooper
A preview of local theater in 2020.
By Jason Cassidy
All of arts DEVOs best words from 2019.
The freak-rock magic of SF’s Glitter Wizard.
By Robin Bacior
Grandma’s classic zucchini bread recipe, plus an elevated update.
By Ken Magri
A fresh adaptation of classic coming-of-age novel.
By Bob Grimm
Snow Goose Festival on the Pacific Flyway 2020.
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