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We've seen an unfortunate number of accidents and deaths due to people driving under the influence in Chico. It is my firm belief that people... [Read More]
The entire politico-media complex had a nervous breakdown last week over President Donald Trump's position on DACA.Lawmakers, journalists and activists jumped to all sorts of... [Read More]
Between floods, fires and a rapidly disappearing lake, there hasn't been much to celebrate in Oroville lately. That all changes this weekend.The Oroville Salmon Festival... [Read More]
Tom Neill's recent submission (Sept. 7) accusing me of "liberal drum-beating" fails to make a case for our north state representation in Congress and the... [Read More]
Steve Christensen completely misses the point of my letter to the editor regarding the recent looting case sentencing.I never suggested leniency. I never suggested probation.... [Read More]
About the time of the American Revolution, English historian Edward Gibbon wrote "The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire." If future historians have Gibbon's... [Read More]
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The students in my classroom are getting a lesson in disappointment. The first day of class we planted 27 containers with snow pea seeds. Two... [Read More]
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The toughest test for the Butte College football team might be Saturday's road matchup against College of San Mateo. Butte, the No. 2 ranked team... [Read More]
Tags: San Mateo - Butte - Satu
The Butte College women's cross-country team competed at the Lou Vasquez Invitational on Thursday at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. The Roadrunners were seventh... [Read More]
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The Pleasant Valley High football team would like to avoid a three-game losing streak this early in the season. Their chance to end a two-game... [Read More]
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There's two types of wins: the literal win, in which a team triumphs over its opponent; and the moral win, reserved for the team that... [Read More]
Jim Tanimoto of Gridley, an American citizen interned during World War II because of his Japanese ancestry, will be talking about the experience 2 p.m.... [Read More]
The fifth annual CASA Superhero Run will start at 7:45 a.m. Saturday in lower Bidwell Park with a Superhero 10K (chip-timed) event, followed by the... [Read More]
The Butte County Master Gardeners will be holding two workshops next week at the Patrick Ranch, 10381 Midway between Chico and Durham. Though both are... [Read More]
Enloe Medical Center gave out free flu shots Thursday at its annual drive-thru clinic at Calvary Chapel.Last year, the hospital's employees vaccinated... [Read More]
After a flurry of recent awards and recognitions, this week Chico State University received national recognition for its commitment to sustainability.The Princeton Review again recognized... [Read More]
BETTIS: Paul Westley Bettis, 53, of Oroville, died Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, in Oroville. Arrangements are under the direction of Neptune Society, 345-7200. ENGLUND: Emma... [Read More]
The retirement last year of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife's Lt. Sam Castillo left a vacancy in the position that handles that agency's... [Read More]
A Chico man has pleaded guilty to charges he illegally killed two brown bears in southeast Alaska, according to prosecutors.Griffen Fales, 20, pleaded guilty Tuesday... [Read More]
Tags: Alaska - Chico - charges
A man charged in the fatal hit-and-run of a bicyclist in Oroville earlier this month pleaded not guilty Wednesday, according to court documents.Anthony Abuanbar, 37,... [Read More]
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