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Despite the work of recovery groups, lack of affordable housing forces many Camp Fire refugees to live in cars, tents, RVs.
By Ashiah Scharaga
This article was published on 03.05.20
California Open Lands director says Butte County landfill managers treat wetlands like ‘toilet’
By Andre Byik
Council moves forward on possible Upper Park fee; more to come on emergency shelters, syringe disposal.
Late crowds at three Chico vote centers, notably the BMU, lead to hours-long waits to vote and for early returns election night.
By Evan Tuchinsky
City of Chico awarded $500K federal grant to enhance air service.
Council moves forward with annexation plans for Thermalito and neighborhoods surrounding Oroville Airport.
Chico City Council revisiting ordinance requiring energy-conservation upgrades for substantial home remodels.
California economy ranked high in healthy states analysis.
Camp Fire-inspired Earth Day Film Festival features workshop exploring community living as a rebuild alternative.
Butte-Glenn Medical Society launches the Northern California Medical Education Program to bring young doctors for residencies in this underserved region.
Yoga and meditation for well-being after traumatic brain injury.
Kinks in Butte County’s new vote-by-mail system require exploration, fixes.
One word is emblematic of the inhumanity displayed by the fear-mongers.
By Lauren Kohler
Affordable housing is the solution for those living on the edge post-Camp Fire.
By Melissa Daugherty
Martial arts plus lightsabers from new retailer equals epic classes at Black Dragon Academy.
By Josh Cozine
Moonstruck writer’s latest play is ‘joyfully hilarious.’
By Robert Speer
The stick joke, The Stick, and Stick.
By Jason Cassidy
With a new Grammy-nominated album, Jimmie Vaughan is still living the dream.
By Dave Gil de Rubio
The science of growing veggies in organic-gardening blogger’s new book.
By Debbie Arrington
A finicky viewer looking for shows that kill.
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