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Cheesecake queen

More than 10 years ago, Dawn McGaffick stumbled upon her mom’s old Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese Cookbook. The Chico native decided to give the classic pumpkin cheesecake recipe a shot, and by fateful accident she […]

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This newspaper is in your hands because of you. You gave money in a shutdown economy during a global pandemic … to a broke newspaper! You gave money to Arts DEVO, literally. I still have […]

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Force and funding

It didn’t happen in 2013, when Chico police officers fired 19 shots at the car driven by Breanne Sharpe, killing the 19-year-old and sending bullets into a bus stop, a parked car and a residential […]

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Voting amid the pandemic

At this time of year in a typical campaign season, Ann Schwab would be organizing events and gearing up to meet with Chicoans face-to-face. Instead, Chico’s mayor has had to adapt to the times, throwing […]

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High anxiety

When coronavirus took hold in California over late winter and early spring, Adam Aaronson had a better sense than many Chicoans for how the pandemic would reshape lives. Aaronson, a marriage and family therapist in […]

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Canceled by COVID

When Smokey the Groove hit the stage for its May 23 performance at Lost on Main, it had been the first gig in more than two months. Not just the first gig for the local […]

COVID-19

Voting amid the pandemic

At this time of year in a typical campaign season, Ann Schwab would be organizing events and gearing up to meet with Chicoans face-to-face. Instead, Chico’s mayor has had to adapt to the times, throwing […]

COVID-19

High anxiety

When coronavirus took hold in California over late winter and early spring, Adam Aaronson had a better sense than many Chicoans for how the pandemic would reshape lives. Aaronson, a marriage and family therapist in […]

COVID-19

Crisis schooling

Like many parents, Dan La Bar felt the impact of the coronavirus emergency profoundly in March when stay-at-home orders from Gov. Gavin Newsom changed how schools teach and students learn. La Bar works as an […]

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Can PG&E limit outages?

While economists are trying to determine just how stark the new COVID-19 reality is for mom-and-pop businesses, a recent survey by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce suggests the situation hasn’t hit rock bottom: Forty-three percent of […]

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Solvency and reform

As the Chico City Council quietly assembled within the chambers on Tuesday (June 9), protesters across the street in the City Plaza cried, “No justice, no peace! No racist police!” The panel gathered amid the […]

Arts & Culture

  • More than 10 years ago, Dawn McGaffick stumbled upon her mom’s old Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese Cookbook. The Chico native decided to give the classic pumpkin cheesecake recipe a shot, and by fateful accident she [...]
  • When Smokey the Groove hit the stage for its May 23 performance at Lost on Main, it had been the first gig in more than two months. Not just the first gig for the local [...]
  • This newspaper is in your hands because of you. You gave money in a shutdown economy during a global pandemic … to a broke newspaper! You gave money to Arts DEVO, literally. I still have [...]
  • Mulberry Station Brewing Co. Roland Allen and Alan Gross had just two days to celebrate clearing the final hurdles to opening their new brewery/pizzeria. “We passed all our inspections literally 48 hours before the coronavirus [...]
  • Sometimes, there are not two sides. “Black lives matter.” That’s it. To argue something else is either wrong or switching from the subject at hand—which is that systematic racism has made black people matter less [...]

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