World War I had impact in Butte County too
Chico area citizens raised hundreds of thousands of dollars in World War I "liberty loan" campaigns such as this one in 1917.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
The Daily Democrat
Woodland school district welcomes new Douglass principal
Filling the final vacancy for next year, Woodland School Board trustees have appointed Derek Cooper as the new principal of Douglass Middle School.
Although Sarah Richardson has been a lifelong dog lover, she never imagined she would one day be running a dog training facility that's so successful it's expanded into two locations.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Chico State enrollment grows for fall with bump in state funding
LONG BEACH >> After a bump in state funding, Cal State University expects to increase enrollment by nearly 10,000 students, a gain that falls short of what officials had hoped for in the 23-campus system.
Passion for photography comes naturally for Jade Raven
The alumna always loved photography but didn't begin shooting professionally until her senior year at Chico State in 2009.
Inside Bay Area
Walnut Creek: Northgate High jazz band begins fundraising campaign to play Monterey Jazz Festival
The Northgate High Instrumental Music Boosters group has launched a fundraising campaign to cover the $5,000 transportation and lodging costs for the school's 2013 - 2014 jazz band to perform Sept.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Sidelines: Chico State anglers to compete nationally
Four fishermen from the Chico State Bass Fishing Club will compete in the College National Championship for bass fishing July 31-Aug. 2 in Young Harris, Ga.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Cause of Chico State student's drowning still unknown
CHICO >> Authorities have not determined what caused a 20-year-old Chico State student to drown last week while he swam at an apartment complex swimming pool.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
On the Road with the Summer's Biggest (Traveling) Beer Festival
"I've been practicing for this my entire life," Sierra Nevada founder Ken Grossman told me on Friday night - minutes before a marching band and stilt walkers took the stage, on the eve of his brewery's dizzyingly ambitious Beer Camp Across America tour.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Editorial: Hits and misses
So it was good news to hear about the project to make wider bike lanes along the section where several accidents occurred.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Chico State holds 3-day summer program for those with autism spectrum disorder
Ernie Witt, Natalie Cruzen and Theresa Maguire work together Tuesday to compose a musical piece for the "water" portion of a performance as part of a summer camp for teens and young adults with autism at Chico State University CHICO >> Poetry is not one of Chloe Contestable's strong suits, the 14-year-old warned before holding out a poem she penned ... (more)
Anthony Blaskoski, 54, of St. Charles, passed away at Delnor-Community Hospital on Sunday, July 6, 2014, surrounded by the love and prayers of his family.
Wanderers & Wolves produces first demo with late night sessions
CHICO >> Wolves and Dion DeMucci don't have much in common, but for Chico band Wanderers & Wolves, it is their basis for everything.
Autistic camp receives generous donation
Staff and volunteers for the Freedom and Elements Program were ecstatic Wednesday morning about the $15,000 donation from two Chico companies that might keep the camp going next year.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Chico Performance unveils new ticket distribution
Normally, customers would be lined up outside of Taylor Hall at Chico State, but this year Chico Performances came up with a better idea.
Chico State students drowns in swimming pool
CHICO >> A 20-year-old Chico State student drowned Tuesday evening at a swimming pool in an apartment complex in Chico.
A Southwest Summer: Southwest S'mac and Cheese
There are reasons so-called comfort foods bring you comfort. It might be that chicken noodle soup that your mom made you when you were sick.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
University needs organization proposals for 2015 project
Proposals for a 2015 Community Service project by Chico State University engineering, computer science and construction management students are being solicited, with an Aug. 18 deadline.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Chico State summer chemistry program provides real-world research
Trevor Trombley is transferring a bacteria sample into a cuvette to figure out it's consistency July 10, 2014.