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Rethinking Water To Grow More Crop Per Drop

March 28, 2014


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Published 2013-10-24T04:44:28Z"/> online_features/tech_talk_and_innovation By NAPS, <br /> North American Precis Syndicate(NAPSI)—Water, at least in the forms needed for human health, economic production and farming, is scarce and growing scarcer. Over the next 15 years, nearly 40 percen...

Actors give election ‘The Fix’

March 28, 2014


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Published 2012-10-05T09:52:00Z"/> features Corey BrueckerTake just one step into the Performing Arts Center and it becomes clear that there is an important production fast approaching. There are students and staff members bent over fabrics in the costume design room, and director Joel Rogers ha...

Sex columnist: Mixed signals a bad idea

March 28, 2014


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Published 2010-09-15T00:00:00Z"/> archives Boshion CrandallGoing to high school in a small mountain town with a whopping population of 2,000 and a school of 200 students didn't afford a lot of dating options. I wasn't taken by the flannel shirts and beat-up trucks that were so popular among the ma...

Daily Newscast – Feb. 7th, 2013

March 28, 2014


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Swingin’ spider shatters records

March 28, 2014


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Published 2002-05-08T00:00:00Z"/> archives "Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever a spider can ..." Ah, if only that were true. As one would expect, we get to see Spider-Man leap off of buildings, perch atop gargoyles miles above traffic and glide between skyscrapers on nothing more than a del...

Students recall pedicab injuries

March 28, 2014


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Published 2006-09-05T00:00:00Z"/> archives Chris VongsarathElizabeth Dowling was released from Enloe Medical Center on Monday and will return home to Danville for rehabilitation after being involved in a hit-and-run three weeks ago, said Dowling's roommate, Kali Hoffert. The two Chico State students wer...

Dogs on display: Chico Animal Shelter’s open house

March 28, 2014


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Published 2013-02-01T11:17:00Z"/> features Jessica BauerIf you’ve been looking for a furry addition to your life, or just love looking at adorable animals, then come to the Chico Animal Shelter Friday from noon to 5 p.m. After a successful year of housing and caring for the stray animals of Chic...

‘Pioneers’ of women’s track honored

March 28, 2014


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Published 2010-02-10T00:00:00Z"/> archives Lindsay BarrettRuth Boles wanted to run track, but in 1960 there was no women's track team at Chico State. So she decided to create her own team. Boles asked the men's coach, Willie Simmons, to write up workouts for her and two other women and foug...

Crazy Dog to stay

March 28, 2014


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Published 2003-04-02T00:00:00Z"/> archives Michelle Rich<br>Staff WriterStudents have been barking loudly over Chico State University officials' attempt to relocate the Crazy Dog hot dog vendor, but students never got a chance to really sink their teeth in. University administrators asked ...

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March 28, 2014


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Are you living beyond your means?

March 28, 2014


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Published 2013-07-02T17:00:00Z"/> online_features/money_and_finance Are you living beyond your means? Are you living beyond your means? ...

Apple a day

March 28, 2014


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Published 2004-10-27T00:00:00Z"/> archives Kendra Byrd<br>Health Columnist<strong>Candy count</strong> The trouble starts with Halloween, one of the few times of year that every store has aisles and aisles of floor-to-ceiling candy. Once the permanent sugar high that is Hallowee...

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