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Fifty-four years ago, Dan Beebe wrote that the state was cutting corners on construction at Oroville Dam to the point it "might become a slip-shod... [Read More]
In a state where "prison reform" has meant more criminals being released to the streets, it shouldn't be surprising it has come to this: A... [Read More]
Any politician working with the Department of Water Resources, residing on any collaborative committee or in any way supporting any currently existing agreement with DWR,... [Read More]
As a Chico resident, a board member of the Butte Humane Society and an avid animal lover, I believe it's important that our community receives... [Read More]
This is a Valentine to the Enterprise-Record. I know keeping a newspaper afloat is a hard business, but I am so glad to have you... [Read More]
Performances
Zingg Recital Hall, Chico State University: 2 p.m. "Lucrezia Borgia," by Gaetano Donizetti. San Francisco Opera. HD video. Soprano Renee Fleming, with tenor Michael Fabiano.... [Read More]
When Gov. Jerry Brown was promoting Proposition 57 to voters in 2016, he characterized it as a common sense criminal law reform that would give... [Read More]
The Chico High wrestling team won its 10th Northern Section Division I title Saturday afternoon at Red Bluff High School. The Panthers totaled 207 points... [Read More]
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The Pleasant Valley High boys and girls basketball teams were each awarded the No. 1 seeds in Division III as the Northern Section basketball playoff... [Read More]
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"With tools, we can do anything. Without tools, we're just another animal," is a phrase Carl S. "Bud" Bolt firmly believes and teaches. Bolt's Antique... [Read More]
The Children's Choir of Chico is holding its 13th annual Spring Equinox benefit 5:30-10:30 p.m. March 3 at the Chico Elks Lodge, 1705 Manzanita Ave.... [Read More]
Chico police this week began carrying in their patrol cars a potentially life-saving treatment for people experiencing effects of an opioid overdose.The Chico Police Department,... [Read More]
The American Association of University Women of Chico will host a "Grandma's Attic Appraisal Faire" fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Feb. 25... [Read More]
LEON: Luis Gabriel Leon, 40, of Orland, died Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018, in Orland. Arrangements are under the direction of Hall Brothers Corning Mortuary, 824-3792.PEPPAS:... [Read More]
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It wasn't a given that a new brewery expanding in Chico in the 1980s would go with an electrical contractor in Chico started in the... [Read More]
"Coming soon." Those are always intriguing words to read or hear, but there's a little more mystery in this particular case. "Target opening by end... [Read More]
Jason Schwenkler has been named the director of the Center for Economic Development at Chico State University. He will also continue as director of the... [Read More]
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A steady clank of old typewriter keys murmured as jazz sweetly warbled from the speakers at The Bookstore Sunday afternoon.The downtown storefront buzzed with their... [Read More]
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Bruce Bochy is at his best when his bullpen is in top form. The acquisition of Tony Watson adds to an arsenal that needed more... [Read More]
MESA, Ariz. — A’s prospect Jesus Luzardo was getting ready to go practice with the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School baseball team, something he did... [Read More]
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