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Starving Student: Durham food truck perfect stop for the munchies
Hannah Page cooks up some burgers at Munchies food truck along Midway on Thursday.
7 hrs ago
Editorial: City should buy local, to a point
The Chico City Council meets to conduct business during on Dec. 20, 2011. Councilman Scott Gruendl is pictured in the foreground.
Mon May 20, 2013
Angel group assembles for north-state entrepreneurs
The first dinner meeting for the 530 Angel Network has occurred, but no money passed into the hands of eager entrepreneurs.
Snapshots: Past presidents honored
Chico Newcomers Club meets once a year to honor its past presidents. The club was started 50 years ago, open to women new to town less than four years, encouraging friendships.
Snapshots: Rotary's educators of the year
Each year, Chico Noon Rotary Club presents Educator of the Year awards to recognize an outstanding teacher at each public high school in Chico as well as Butte College and Chicp State University.
Snapshot: A trustee honored
During the fourth annual California Community College Trustees' conference on May 4 at Lake Tahoe, William McGinnis of Chico, a trustee at Butte-Glenn Community College District was honored for his 20 years of service as a trustee.
Chico Rod and Gun Club show draws crowds in Chico
Guns and gun accessories brought in thousands of people over the weekend for the fourth annual Chico Rod and Gun Club show.
Sit-lie ordinance, plastic bag ban, city budget on Chico council agenda for Tuesday
In addition to a presentation on the city's financial struggles, Tuesday's City Council meeting will include information on a possible sit-lie ordinance and alcohol-related laws and an introductory reading of the plastic bag ban ordinance.
Chico entrepreneur a finalist for award from Ernst & Young
Build.com 's leader - Christian Friedland of Chico - got word last week that he had moved from being a semi-finalist to a finalist for Entrepreneur of the Year award sponsored by famed accounting firm Ernst & Young.
Sun May 19, 2013
Chico Art Center issues a challenge
The Chico Art Center presents its first-ever Challenge Show. Contributors are invited to tap deep into their creative, quirky, cavernous imagination and solve the art problem: rock, paper, scissors.
The Bookshelf: "There Was a Tree"
"There Was a Tree" is written by Rachel Isadora. All Chico E-R photos are available here.
Man Hit & Killed By Train in Chico
Union Pacific called 911 and reported one of their trains had struck a pedestrian.
Danger level rising at large Chico parties
When police show up to a party, it's usually an indication to turn off the music and go home.
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Jean Barton: Tour of Central Coast of California
Three Red Bluff High School classmates met on the CBCIA tour of Central California Coast.
Sat May 18, 2013
Locals take it all off for annual Undie Run
A group of people cross Broadway at West Fifth Street as about 300 young adults stripped down to their underwear to participate in the fourth annual Undie Run on Friday in Chico.
Local fairs are running lean, but ready for fair season
Riders scream at the top of their lungs as they drop toward earth in a free fall on the Super Shot ride at the Glenn County Fair in Orland on Friday.
City officials react to fiscal struggles
As news went public this week that the city of Chico has put its fiscal solvency at risk, a leading reaction has been relief that the exact nature of the city's finances is finally being realized.
Sow There: Lily by a different name doth not smell as sweet
The spadix on this Voodoo lily looks like a purple corn dog. But it's the entryway to a cavern that traps flies for a day.
Fri May 17, 2013
Chico teachers jam board meeting over contract conflict
Chico teachers crammed this week's school board meeting to demonstrate they are united in their unhappiness with the district's contract offers.