Rebekah Ludman, Mercury-Register

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Past articles by Rebekah:

Vitalant says blood donations will be tested for COVID-19 antibodies

Vitalant announced Monday that all donated blood will be tested for COVID-19 antibodies. → Read More

Local animal shelters seek community support

Local animal shelters in Butte County are asking the community for donations, for people to foster animals or volunteer their time. → Read More

Chico police make 8 arrests on St. Patrick’s Day – Oroville

Chico police made eight arrests on St. Patrick’s Day, according to the Chico Police Department. → Read More

2 local businesses thrive 2 years after COVID shutdown

Local businesses thrive two years after Governor Gavin Newsom first announced a stay-at-home order because of COVID-19. → Read More

Chico police look beyond the statistics

Chico police look beyond crime statistics to ensure that the community feels safe. → Read More

The cheapest gas prices in Butte County

As gas prices continue to rise, people in Butte County look to see where they can get the cheapest gas. → Read More

Local businesses can get $5K from Chico grants to improve exteriors

The city of Chico announced Tuesday several programs for businesses including a building enhancement grant program that will allow business owners to apply for a grant of up to $5,000 to improve th… → Read More

Xavier Becerra speaks at Enloe Medical Center

The Unites States Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra spoke at Enloe Medical Center in Chico Monday about the importance of getting children vaccinated against COVID-19. → Read More

Gas prices, spring season influencing bike sales

With gas prices on the rise and the spring season starting March 20, sports stores in Chico have started to see an increase in sales. → Read More

Wardens, CHP chase suspected car thief

A man was arrested on Highway 99 on suspicion of car theft, according to Andrew Haskins, public information officer for California Highway Patrol, Oroville. → Read More

Driver with blue, red lights arrested

A Chico man was arrested Thursday morning on suspicion of impersonating a police officer, according to a Chico Police Department press release. → Read More

Downtown Chico businesses vandalized

Multiple businesses in downtown Chico were vandalized Wednesday, according to the Chico Police Department. → Read More

3 arrested after reports of fight, shooting

Three people were arrested Tuesday night after Chico police responded to reports of shots fired and a fight. → Read More

Man accused of Oroville mass shooting to undergo evaluation

The man accused of shooting five people on Greyhound bus in Oroville last month appeared in Butte County Superior Court Wednesday. → Read More

International Women’s Day in Chico – Oroville

The theme for International Women’s Day this year is Break the Bias. The Enterprise-Record asked people in downtown Chico about what International Women’s Day and its theme mean to them… → Read More

Cinderella’s Closet accepting donations for prom wear giveaway – Chico Enterprise-Record

Chico Marketplace and the Student California Teachers Association, Chico Chapter, announced Tuesday that it is accepting prom wear donations as part of its annual Cinderella’s Closet prom wea… → Read More

Butte County gas prices continue to rise

Gas prices continue to rise and have reached another all-time high in Butte County. → Read More

Butte County program picks up excess food, donates to local nonprofits

530 Food Rescue picks up food donations from food retail businesses to take to local nonprofits. → Read More

Butte County reverses local COVID-19 health orders for isolation and quarantine

Butte County Public Health announced Thursday that the local health orders for COVID-19 isolation and quarantine are going to be reversed. → Read More

Retail businesses continue to face challenges

Some retail workers are experiencing staff shortages and supply issues, even after the holiday season has passed. → Read More