Here's what you need to remember from the week for Friday, March 26.
Butte County supervisors will consider investing money in a state-run plan that will help get homeless off the streets. $3 million would come from the Project Roomkey fun to provide non-congregate sheltering in hotel rooms for those who are homeless during the pandemic.
Inspire School of Arts and Science in Chico began in-person learning again this week. 75% of students returned back to campus on Thursday. Their schedule is from 8:30 a.m to noon and then they work from home from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Some teachers are teaching on Zoom and in-person at the same time.
Monica Soderstorm received the 2021 Woman of the Year Award on Thursday for her contributions to Butte County Public Health’s response to COVID-19. Director of Butte County Public Health Danette York said Soderstorm "remains, steadfast, stoic and is an all-around superstar."
The 24th season of the Thursday Night Market will begin on Thursday, May 6. The market will take place every Thursday from May 6 to Sept. 16 from 6 to 9 p.m., rain or shine. The market will have disposal masks, hand sanitizer and booths that will be six feet apart. The market will have fruits, vegetables, nuts, flowers, music and more.