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to noon Saturday or until the garbage bins are full in the Chapman School parking lot, 1071 16th St. Only Chapmantown residents may participate. If the bins fill up, residents will receive a free coupon to drop their trash at the Neal Road landfill. Residents may bring green waste, appliances, tires and construction waste. None of the following will be accepted: ammunition, explosives, radioactive waste, smoke.73 year old cyclist hit and killed by pickup
Red Bluff Daily News A 73 year old cyclist was killed Wednesday evening after being hit by a pickup on South Avenue. when Harry Riggs, 85, of Corning attempted to swerve his 2009 Ford F 250 around what he thought was a box on the road, according to a California Highway Patrol press release issued Thursday morning. Calvert, 52, pleaded guilty in Butte County Superior Court and admitted a relationship with a 17 year old student. According to a press release from the Butte County District Attorney Office,
the student parents became concerned last fall that their daughter was having.8 hrs agoLooking Up: You can win the astronomic lottery from your backyard
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Board adopts boundary changes for Shasta, Neal Dow schools
Chico >> Shasta and Neal Dow schools will have new boundaries in 2019. The Chico Unified School District board of trustees voted Wednesday to change the boundaries that will determine which students get to attend Shasta School in the coming years. The board elected to make a slight adjustment to the Shasta School boundary, sending an estimated 114 future students who reside in areas under the former boundary to Neal Dow School to prevent future overcrowding at.23 hrs agoButte Humane Society gets $35,000 from local foundation
Chico >> North Valley Community Foundation has given Butte Humane Society $35,000. The money came from the Mike and Dotty Collett Animal Care Fund, one of the foundation programs. The donation will go toward Butte Humane Society relocation to 10 acres of donated land in north Chico. The plan is to build a 28,000 square foot facility with everything under one roof. we are at three separate locations: administration offices and the dogs.