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By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 11.10.05
A Chico Iraq War vet survives to fight another day.
By Alexis Harmon
A Vietnam vet shares his experances from 40 years ago.
By Jennifer M. Frazer
Gulf War vet joins the peace movement.
By Leslie Layton
Latinization of the Pentagon.
Compiled By Lauren Moreno
Feds act to cut rice subsidies.
By Devanie Angel
Chico State radio station still looking for a new home.
By Mark Lore
Herger office tipped off that protestors are headed its way.
By Tom Gascoyne
County public health department briefs supes on flu.
By Josh Indar
Tough to get off the county meth lab list.
County to issue Medpot cards for free; KCHO building used for target practice; Year-Round school advocates miffed; CAA loses Head Start appeal.
Rice subsidies on the chopping block—so is the governor’s head.
Why the Democrats really are better than Republicans.
By Robert Woods
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By C. Owsley Rain
Casa Lupe, Mangrove space, new baby store, ice cream news and Enloe.
By Local Bastard
Weird sisters bury mom at Blue Room in Memory of Water.
By Carey Wilson
It’s all about the love—and rubber phalluses.
By Jason Cassidy
Experimental style marks Japan-centric first novel by Hilary Raphael.
Reviewed by Michele Bechard
Ani backs up Utah’s poetry with beats.
By C. Moore
Wolf Parade’s Apologies to the Queen Mary is one of year’s best.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Lorraine Feather’s ‘30s/'40s retro style.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Phenomenauts land in Chico in support of new CD, Re-entry
By Brad Lambert
Bobolink is back with Scott Law Band show at Oasis.
Parked across the street from CSU Chico, Kinder’s is perfect stop for students.
By Megan Pasalich
Jarhead is full of impressive moments that don’t add up to much.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Style and comfort in a historic Chico home.
Couple’s organic garden makes most of cooler growing season.
Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore offers bargains with a heart.
Even if you’re just a renter, you can still have (more) fun creating a home.
You can whip up these favorites in your own home.
By Stephanie Bird
How we can get our cars back into our garages.
By Dave Kelley
Ten places to find home décor on a budget.
Prepare the backyard for the long, cold winter.
Some home-improvement projects are better investments than others.
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