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Chico State fraternity sentenced in tree-cutting episode

SACRAMENTO — For most fraternities, community service is a volunteer affair. But for the Chico State University chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha, the next several thousand will be mandatory. Last week, U.S. District Court Judge Craig Kellison sentenced the chapter to 9,800 hours of community service and a $4,000 fine …

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Anti-Trump billboard should start conversation

The “Rouse and Revolt” billboard (E-R, Oct. 6) had a message: revolt, Donald Trump is scary. Those terrified by Trump’s foreign policy should realize Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy was more militant than Trump’s. Most Democratic and Republican lawmakers agree on a militarized foreign policy to promote the national interest of …

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Evacuation warnings for Wind Complex lifted

Butte County>> All evacuation warnings for the Wind Complex fires have been lifted, all evacuation shelters are now closed and all roads are open. In Yuba County, the Yuba/Sutter Fairgrounds on Franklin Avenue remains open as an evacuation center for residents and animals. Starting Monday, Butte County residents can call …

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Suicide prevention event draws hundreds

photo by Dave Waddell More than 300 people gathered Saturday at City Plaza and then walked through downtown Chico in support of suicide prevention. Chico’s eighth annual Out of the Darkness Walk included some emotional remembrances from nine area residents, each holding a paper heart representing being touched by suicide …

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Chico Out of the Darkness Archives

photo by Dave Waddell More than 300 people gathered Saturday at City Plaza and then walked through downtown Chico in support of suicide prevention. Chico’s eighth annual Out of the Darkness Walk included some emotional remembrances from nine area residents, each holding a paper heart representing being touched by suicide …

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Chico isn’t immune to wildfire disasters

Chico >> Chico could absolutely be hit by a devastating wildfire the likes of which have been decimating subdivisions in Sonoma and Napa counties, according to a Chico Fire Department chief. So far, the fire storm sweeping across Northern California has killed at least 41 people, destroyed 5,700 buildings and …

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suicide prevention Archives – ChicoSol

photo by Dave Waddell More than 300 people gathered Saturday at City Plaza and then walked through downtown Chico in support of suicide prevention. Chico’s eighth annual Out of the Darkness Walk included some emotional remembrances from nine area residents, each holding a paper heart representing being touched by suicide …

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