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    Person taken to hospital after accident on Ivy Street

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Joey Haney, Chico Natural Foods Cooperative ownership and outreach coordinator, rode the kombucha cart at the Walk and Roll Wednesdays event. Photo credit: Amanda Hovik

Kombucha station energizes cyclists

Amanda Hovik // May 11, 2014
Cyclists gathered at Walk and Roll Wednesdays on Second and Flume Streets to sample kombucha tea at the Chico Natural Foods Cooperative bike cart.
Cain Madrigal, president of the Young Cattlemans Association, keeps track of time for about 60 runners at the Beefin it Up 5K. The event was held at the University Farm and open to the public. Photo credit: Shayla Ramos

Community eats beef, gets buff at farm run

Amanda Hovik // April 27, 2014
Student group promotes eating beef and living healthy with a 5K run at University Farm.
Erica Martin, park interpretive specialist, helped students plant trees at Bidwell Mansion. Photo credit: Amanda Hovik

Rain doesn’t damper students’ Earth Week

Amanda Hovik // April 27, 2014
The end of the sustainable celebration was marked by eight newly-planted trees.
Nicole Johansson, director of marketing and communications for Enloe, shows off the swag bag that is given with price of admission. Photo credit: Amanda Hovik

Event explores women’s health

Amanda Hovik // March 31, 2014
Enloe Medical Center presents health chats, food, wine and shopping on campus from 5-8:30 p.m. Thursday in Colusa Hall.
The building crew includes students and construction management teachers. Photo credit: Shayla Ramos

Students spend spring break building homes

Amanda Hovik // March 18, 2014
Students and volunteers completed the nine-day Blitz Build and constructed two 1,600-square-foot duplexes for those in need.
Ed Bronson, a former political science professor, speaks about his experience in the criminal justice field at Selvesters Cafe-by-the-Creek on Friday.Photo credit: Alex Boesch

Former professor fights death penalty

Amanda Hovik // March 4, 2014
A retired political science professor shared his experiences as an expert witness in death penalty cases.
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