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Chico News & Review – Digging deep for kids – Editorial – Opinions

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the North Valley, in providing a safe haven to youth, offer an invaluable benefit to the community. So we couldn’t help but feel disappointment when the Butte County Board of Supervisors voted to cut $190,000 from the Probation Department’s allocation for the organization, leaving …

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New Interim Police Chief is appointed; Chico State welcomes him

Interim Chief Police becomes appointed by University Police. Photo credit: Sean Martens University Police officially appoints Interim Police Chief, Thursday. John M. Reid, is appointed to precede after Chief John Feeney, who served two years and ended his position Aug. 2. The position of Interim Police Chief was temporarily accepted …

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Chico News & Review – America’s flawed value system – Guest Comment – Opinions

The author, a Paradise resident, is a wildlife biologist with 50 years of field experience. Advertisement I recently read an op-ed in Forbes magazine—submitted by the IESE Business School at the University of Navarra—that offered this: “‘Quality of life’ is subjective and multidimensional, encompassing positive and negative features of life. …

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Reno News & Review – Recreation – News – Local Stories

After years of patching and repairing, the pool in Sparks’ Deer Park, the city will finally give it a full-fledged renovation. PHOTO BY DAVID ROBERT Advertisement Frankly, my Deer, I give a quarter-mil Deer Creek Park, long a center of community life in Sparks, got a shot in the pool Monday. …

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Chico News & Review – Help after Harvey – Editorial – Opinions

For those of us with friends and relatives in southeast Texas, our first order of business early this week was making sure they were safe in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, the most destructive natural disaster in the Lone Star State in a generation. Next, with the storm continuing to …

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Chico News & Review – Disco punks on the dance floor – Music Feature – Music

Jesse Hall and Shoko Horikawa, the husband/wife duo behind XDS. PHOTO COURTESY OF XDS Preview: XDS plays Friday, Sept. 1, 7:30 p.m., at the Maltese with Ice Cream (S.F.), Sunny Acres and False Face Society. Cost: $8 Maltese Bar & Taproom 1600 Park Ave. 343-4915 www.facebook.com/themaltese Advertisement It might seem …

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Chico News & Review – I saw the sign – Chow – Dining

Jeff-Roe’s Produce and Pie Shop PHOTO BY TUCK COOP Jeff-Roe’s Produce and Pie Shop539 Main St., ChesterHours: Open daily, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Advertisement Chico’s much-beloved Sweet Cottage has closed its brick-and-morter spot (though the mobile cart is back in business at the Thursday night and Saturday morning markets). Sad as …

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Chico News & Review – Organic props, Cream’s debut – The Goods – Opinions

Wine. The fruit of the vine. What a wonderful, divine thing it is. We are lucky to live in a region with so many options when it comes to imbibing. Of course, we are just a few short hours from the country’s premiere winery destinations—Napa and Sonoma valleys. But take …

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Chico News & Review – The long road home – Feature Story – Local Stories

Alexx Collins became homeless at age 14 and remained so for 12 years. The birth of her daughter, Morty, pushed her to get off the streets, but their housing situation remains tenuous. PHOTO BY SIANA SONOQUIE Advertisement Morticia Mulberry Maxine Collins—Morty, or Moo, for short—is an excellent hostess. She’s fond of …

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