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In the wake of fire devastation and blackout chaos, small communities try to reclaim their grids from PG&E.
By Scott Thomas Anderson
This article was published on 01.23.20
Divisions revealed during supervisorial candidates forum.
By Andre Byik
Chico city manager launches national search as police chief announces June retirement.
Council chooses district map, moves to add four restrooms.
By Ashiah Scharaga
Police department reports 2 percent drop in overall crime last year.
City Council makes call on advertising, potency caps for cannabis business.
Enloe network back in action after ransomware attack two weeks ago.
Voters grade the president’s performance.
Fourth annual Women’s March on Chico takes to the streets.
Women’s group brings green ‘buzz’ back to Chico.
By Evan Tuchinsky
County opens Community Services Center in Paradise to improve Ridge access to care.
Growing up with a dog could lower your risk of schizophrenia, according to this study from Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Sanders versus Warren evokes the Democrats’ 2016 dynamic that helped Trump take the presidency.
On handling awful emotions and using our voices to come alive.
By Joe Wills
A look at public-safety retirement packages now that Chico’s top cop is retiring.
By Melissa Daugherty
Oroville businesswoman overcomes cancer to open Bird Street Vendors gift shop.
By Josh Cozine
New murals bring vibrancy to Oroville and Durham; Mediterranean grill set for Chico; plus, Tacos Tijuana reopens.
By Meredith J. Cooper
David Plant makes his mark with fantastical linocut prints.
By Rachel Bush
The Smithsonian’s Burning Man exhibition travels out west.
By Kris Vagner
Man Burger, Tony Morale and a year on the trails.
By Jason Cassidy
New seeds and plants for 2020 are twists on past favorites.
By Debbie Arrington
An epic coming-of-age story of two Brazilian sisters separated by an ocean.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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