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  1. Butte County code enforcement goes door to door in Thermalito to explain medical marijuana ordinanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Mercury-Register

    A code enforcement officer and an interpreter contact a resident in Thermalito on Wednesday afternoon during a door-to-door educational campaign. Thermalito >> A team of code enforcement officers armed with brochures and business cards walked door to door in Thermalito on Wednesday to raise awareness about the new restrictions on cultivation of medical marijuana.

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  2. Police say woman made up, Memorial Trail abduction, sex assault storyRead the original story w/Photo

    48 min ago | Paradise Post

    An 18-year old Paradise woman was arrested late Thursday night on a charge of making a false report to police. Paradise police said in a press release that they began getting calls at about 10 p.m. reporting a posting on Facebook and Instagram of a naked woman, who appeared to be bound and gagged, accompanied by a written caption warning females about the dangers of being on the Memorial Trail after dark.

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  3. Tehama County superintendent of schools faces misdemeanor chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Red Bluff Daily News

    RED BLUFF >> Tehama County Superintendent of Schools Charles Allen has been charged with two counts of misdemeanor petty theft following an investigation handled by the Tehama County Sheriff's Office, according to court documents. The charges were filed in Tehama County Superior Court on Feb. 20, and Allen is scheduled to appear in court March 30 for his arraignment, according to court documents.

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  4. Butte County code enforcement goes door to door in Thermalito to explain medical marijuana ordinanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Chico Enterprise-Record

    A code enforcement officer and an interpreter contact a resident in Thermalito on Wednesday afternoon during a door-to-door educational campaign. Thermalito >> A team of code enforcement officers armed with brochures and business cards walked door to door in Thermalito on Wednesday to raise awareness about the new restrictions on cultivation of medical marijuana.

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  5. Young Paradise girl escapes kidnapping attemptRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Paradise Post

    Following is the description of everything the elementary-aged girl, who was nearly kidnapped on Wednesday was able to see, according to a family member. -His car is a dark exterior, probably newer 4 door car with one 1 or an L in the license plate.

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  6. SSU hoops campaign endsRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | The Community Voice

    Sonoma State University's men's basketball team said goodbye to seniors Brandon Glanz, JJ Mina, Zen Maki and Mike Harris last Saturday night at the Wolves' Den, but the Seawolves could not deliver a victory. The Seawolves fell behind 18-4 early and made a couple runs at Cal State Stanislaus but could not close the gap in a 68-62 loss.

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  7. HSU Basketball: Guei hits game-winning FTs, Jacks hold off TritonsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Times-Standard

    HSU senior Austin Bryan scored a game-high 22 points in the Jacks' 81-80 win over UC San Diego Thursday. ARCATA >> With nearly 1,800 sets of eyeballs looking directly at him as Thursday night's game hung in the balance, Allan Guei didn't feel the pressure of the moment.

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  8. Chico police address 2014 crime report, say changes implementedRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record

    A car parked on 17th Street between Mulberry and Hemlock streets had its window bashed in Aug. 17 and a bag was stolen from the back of the car. Chico >> For the first time in several years, the Chico Police Department said it is getting a more complete picture of the crimes in the city.

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  9. Janet Turner Print Museum to Present "Animals: Fun, Fantastic, Fierce" March 9 - " April 11Read the original story

    Mar 9, 2011 | The Digger Shopper & News

    The Janet Turner Print Museum at CSU, Chico opens its new exhibition, "Animals: Fun, Fantastic, Fierce," on March 9 with prints selected from the Turner Print Collection illustrating the variety of works that include animals as subjects. A curator's talk will be held on Thursday, March 12 in Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall, PAC 134, with a reception to follow at The Turner Museum, Meriam Library.

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  10. ?Cats plan for weekend of basketball celebrationRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | KRCR

    Not trying to get ahead of themselves, the Chico State Wildcats men's basketball team is hopeful for a weekend of combined celebration. Chico State will honor a century of basketball Saturday night.

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  11. Purple reignsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsReview.com

    Related stories this week: Gloom metal Experimental-metal super group Old Man Gloom brings evil noise to Chico. Purple reigns Uncle Dad and friends deliver an epic production of Purple Rain .

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  12. Mental health overloadRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsReview.com

    The subject of healthy minds has been in the general consciousness at Chico State recently as a variety of topics were explored during the campus' Mental Health Matters Week , and appropriately so, since more students than ever are seeking help for mental health issues. The week of workshops was sponsored by the Chico State Counseling Center and the local chapter of the California Faculty Association .

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  13. Here comes WWIIIRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsReview.com

    The situation in Ukraine could be a precursor to World War III. At least, that's what retired Chico State political science professor George Wright told a crowd of about 100 last week in the Performing Arts Center on campus.

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  14. HSU Mena s Basketball: Jacks look for more home winsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Times-Standard

    ARCATA >> The Humboldt State men's basketball team has as many as five chances remaining to make an argument as to why it should see its season go beyond the California Collegiate Athletic Association tournament. “If you're not in the top five , then you're playing Russian roulette as far as thinking you're going to make the tournament if you don't win your conference tournament,” HSU head coach Steve Kinder said.

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  15. Chicoa s Leyva leaves lasting impression on matRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chico Enterprise-Record

    Chico >> It's easy to forget David Leyva is just in high school since his maturity level far exceeds his age. “Guys like David Leyva don't come around very often,” Chico wrestling coach Keith Rollins said.

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  16. Pink Shirt Day in Chico schools fights bullyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chico Enterprise-Record

    Cole Valentine, left, leads the crowd in cheering for the contestants who have to find cookies buried in whipped-cream pies Wednesday during a pep rally for Pink Shirt Day at Emma Wilson School in Chico. Chico Unified School District has participated in Pink Shirt Day, a national anti-bullying campaign, for the past three years.

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  17. Chico Unified School District readies for teachers union strikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chico Enterprise-Record

    Chico >> With no comment and few questions, Chico Unified School District board members took action Wednesday to prepare in case of a potential teachers union strike in the coming months. In one action, the board unanimously approved 12 separate resolutions that regulate procedures and grant the superintendent authority to respond to possible circumstances in case Chico Unified Teachers Association members strike as a result of an impasse to reach a new contractual agreement.

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  18. Gym removes scales for 'Weightless Wednesday'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KRCR

    Gym staff on Chico State's campus removed every scale from their locker rooms Wednesday in honor of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. They are calling it "Weightless Wednesday," but it is just one part of a whole week of special programming.

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  19. Chico police: 2014 crime report shows more property crimes, a alarminga rise of violent incidentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Chico Enterprise-Record

    Chico >> The city saw an increase in property crimes being reported last year, but it also had an “alarming” rise in violent crimes, according to the Chico Police Department's 2014 crime report. The Chico Police Department, which released its crime analysis Wednesday, said crimes against people increased 9.4 percent, and since 2011 violent incidents have increased by 40 percent.

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  20. Regular Season Closes on the RoadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | UC San Diego Tritons

    TOURNEY TIME UCSD clinched a spot in the upcoming CCAA tournament with a win against Cal State Dominguez Hills last week. The six-team field is set and joining the Tritons in Stockton will be Cal Poly Pomona, Chico State, Humboldt State, Cal State San Bernardino and Cal State Stanislaus.

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