The Orion

Cocaine possession at Crazy Horse Saloon

Cocaine possession at Crazy Horse Saloon

David Mcvicker

August 24, 2014


Filed under Breaking News, Police Blotter

August 22 and 23University Police:Friday, 10:27 p.m.: Suspicious subject at Student Services Center courtyard. “Subject was seen walking with a black shirt over his head carrying a branch and growling at witnessing individuals. Responders counseled subject.”Friday, 11:41 p.m.: Medical assista...

Man changes plea in hit-and-run case

Man changes plea in hit-and-run case

Christine Lee

August 23, 2014


Filed under Crime, News

The man facing charges for the hit-and-run that resulted in the death of Chico State student Kristina Chesterman last fall changed his plea Wednesday morning. According to Mike Ramsey, the Butte County District Attorney, Hoover pleaded no contest to the felony counts Wednesday morning: Drivin...

Zingg announces $14M for training

Zingg announces $14M for training

David Mcvicker

August 22, 2014


Filed under Administration, News

Along with a warm welcome to students and faculty returning to Chico State, President Paul Zingg offered another bright bit of news to members of the campus community during his fall convocation. In his fall convocation address, Zingg briefly reiterated commitments made in his July presidential...

Frat house burns and parties rage Thursday night

Frat house burns and parties rage Thursday night

Anna Sobreviñas

August 22, 2014


Filed under News

[View the story "Frat house burns and parties rage Thursday night " on Storify]Correction: The Orion originally stated that a party was being held at the Sigma Chi fraternity house when the building caught fire Friday morning. None of the building's tenants were home at the time of the fire, according to Chico Fire Department. ...

Fundraiser for dead student exceeds goal

Fundraiser for dead student exceeds goal

Christine Lee

August 21, 2014


Filed under News

An online fundraiser for deceased student Grant Meyers, 21, received more than $11,000 within a few days. The original target amount was $2,500, said Kris Meyers, Grant Meyers’ mother. The online fundraiser was created by family friend, Scott Campbell. “Within a few hours, it was $5,000,...

Scholarship honors deceased student

Scholarship honors deceased student

Madison Holmes

August 14, 2014


Filed under News

Chico State will be offering a music scholarship in remembrance of recently deceased student Aaron Drange. Drange, 20, was found unconscious in the swimming pool of his Chico apartment on July 15 and pronounced dead at Enloe Medical Center. He will be remembered as a dedicated and talented musician b...

Chico student drowns in swimming pool

Chico student drowns in swimming pool

Mozes Zarate

July 16, 2014


Filed under Breaking News, News

A Chico State student is dead after being found unresponsive Tuesday night at an apartment swimming pool in Chico. The Chico Fire Department found Aaron Drange, a year 20-year-old recording arts major, in a pool at an apartment complex on West Fourth Avenue, according to a campus email. He was...

’Cats eliminated from College World Series

’Cats eliminated from College World Series

Nicholas Woodard

May 26, 2014


Filed under Baseball, News, Sports

  The Chico State baseball team was eliminated from the NCAA Division II College World Series with a 14-6 loss to Tampa Monday in Cary, North Carolina. Tampa had 19 hits on the day, a season-high for Chico State pitchers. The 'Cats also committed four errors in the contest. At one point, Chico State was down 8-2 to...

R-1 parking placards on sale this fall

Enrique Raymundo

May 15, 2014


Filed under News

The university will be selling parking placards for the restricted parking spots in the structure on West Second and Hazel streets starting fall 2014 semester.Lorraine Hoffman, vice president for business and finance, wrote in an email to The Orion that the university will make R-1 parking spaces available to students for $19...

Creek curve poses threat to drivers

Creek curve poses threat to drivers

Mozes Zarate

May 14, 2014


Filed under News

Tom Bailey, an 87-year-old Chico man, said that his wife could tell by the hum of the engine whether a passing car would make the curve or fly off into the creek. Off the beaten path of Nord Avenue’s busy intersections is Bidwell Avenue, a winding neighborhood street that runs alongside Big Chico Creek. It’s a thrill-seekerR...

Chicken running around second floor of Meriam Library

Chicken running around second floor of Meriam Library

Nathan Lehmann

May 13, 2014


Filed under Breaking News, Police Blotter

May 10 and 11Chico Police:Saturday, 9:12 a.m.: Knife incident on East Lassen Avenue. “Reporting party was on the path north of East Lassen. Male subject was walking his dog off-leash and randomly pulled out his knife and told reporting party she could do whatever she wanted to with his dog in his neighbo...

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