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    Connect your mind and body at the WREC

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    Person taken to hospital after accident on Ivy Street

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A closer look at the tiny house. Photo credit: Mary Vogel

City council denies appeal against Simplicity Village

Ricardo Tovar // September 25, 2019

A special meeting was held Tuesday by the City Council in the Council Chambers to discuss the appeal to a prior decision on a housing facility for the homeless. The appeal was placed on a Planning Commission...

Patrick Newman speaks with police officers at the Chico city council meeting Tuesday. Newman spoke at the podium in front of the city council to oppose the sit and lie ordinance that ended up passing later in the evening. This ordinance allows police officers to detain and remove homeless and transient people that are sitting or lying in front of business entry ways. Photo credit: Alex Grant

Chico City Council reinstates sit-lie ordinance, opposers turn their backs after decision

Josh Cozine // October 17, 2018

In a symbolic gesture, about half of Chico citizens attending the council meeting, Tuesday evening, turned their backs to the council as the vote to reinstate the contentious sit lie ordinance passed as...

Council Chambers were filled to standing room only, at Tuesdays city council meeting. 43 people requested to address the council over the talks of bringing back the sit-lie ordinance. Photo credit: Josh Cozine

Chico City Council votes to further pursue reinstating sit-lie ordinance

Josh Cozine // September 5, 2018

Seats in the city hall council chambers were filled to standing room only at Tuesday’s city council meeting. Mayor Sean Morgan even addressed the crowd to inform anyone still looking for a seat, that...

(left to right) Tami Ritter, Randall Stone, Ann Schwab and Karl Ory pose for a photo at the Labor day breakfast on Sept. 5. Photo credit: Carly Plemons

Candidates running for Chico City Council

Lucas Moran // October 24, 2016
11 candidates battle for 4 seats on the Chico City Council
Students at last years Great Debate. Photo credit: Courtesy of Sue Peterson

City Council forum at Great Debate

Molly Sullivan // October 15, 2016

The Great Debate, an annual event for communication students, will have a forum for Chico City Council candidates on Oct. 21 at noon at the City Council Chamber. "Being in Chico for a majority of the year...

Signs outside of Democratic Headquarters Photo credit: Kayla Fitzgerald

Democratic campaign headquarters opens in Chico

Kayla Fitzgerald // September 2, 2016

Democrats of Butte County celebrated the opening of their new headquarters in Chico on Aug. 27.The new, official Democratic campaign office is located on Rio Lindo Avenue off Esplanade. Volunteers plan...

City council member Randall Stone has proposed a ghost riding ban on campus in order to prevent bicycle theft. Photo credit: Suzy Leamon

Chico city council member proposes ghost riding ban

Suzy Leamon // September 26, 2015
A Chico city council member is proposing a new ordinance to ban ghost riding in Chico in order to help reduce bike theft.
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