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When Chad Hanson decided to get a first-hand look at fire-ravaged and supposedly dead trees proposed for salvage logging in the Lassen National Forest, he discovered they weren’t dead at all.
By Cosmo Garvin
This article was published on 09.26.02
The longtime Chico attorney is family law expert.
By Devanie Angel
Fairy tale ending? Vernal pool species will be protected.
Chico cops have busy week.
By Josh Indar
We’ll get to that one later, says CSU.
Colleagues remembered a kind and supportive man with old-fashioned values who loved the news business.
By Robert Speer
Huber, Haynes and Robinson are the chosen ones.
By Devanie Angel, and Nelsy Rodriguez
How to counter the low-down trend of newspapers charging for obituaries.
By John Sutthoff
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Ignore the new conventional wisdom: Smokey Bear was right after all.
By Robert Woods
Music news and musings from a double-helixed columnist.
Political dish and commentary from the CN&R’s editor.
By Tom Gascoyne
Powerful production of Laramie staged in Chico State’s Wismer Theater.
By John W. Young
A host of new technology aims at feeding and controlling our television addictions.
By Alan Sheckter
Senator houses comedy parodying popular HBO series The Sopranos by way of The Twilight Zone.
Beck mourns a lost girlfriend in song.
By Chris Baldwin
A sparkling dance collaboration featuring two of Africa and Cuba’s finest.
By Barbara Flaska
Freddy Cole shows he’s not just the brother of Nat with a superb performance at the Paradise Performing Arts Center.
By Miles Jordan
Chico State presents a Sunday afternoon of French Baroque Dance Music.
Rush shows a packed Sac Valley Ampitheatre they still got it.
The Four Feathers, a Victorian war romance, fails in its latest update.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
More and more Chicoans are returning to the tradition of ‘normal’ births.
Smokers beware at Chico State, vibrators galore at the mall and trash up the ying-yang in Chico’s parks.
Reporters get different versions of the truth than consumers.
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