Thank you all
Remembering what—and who—is important
The cover story of this Business & Entrepreneur Issue includes a number of pointers from local firms that have survived economic downturns. One piece of advice that came up over and over is remembering what—and who—is important.
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Values count. The News & Review mission statement calls for us “to have a positive impact on our communities and make them better places to live.” That’s not just a platitude; it’s something that gives purpose to everyone here: editors, designers, sales reps, drivers, support staff. Though we may be biased because we work here, we all believe this paper makes a tangible difference, and its survival matters.
Going on 32 years, the CN&R has served as a prominent, independent voice for Chico and its neighbors. Thank you to everyone across the decades who has contributed to these pages—and everyone who reads them.