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Filling a stocking on $20 or less.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 12.15.05
We wish we were so easy—and cheap— to please.
By Devanie Angel
Stuffing one for a sports fan.
Pets can’t tell you what they want, but we can.
By Tom Gascoyne
Gifts you hope will never get used.
By Josh Indar
You know what your roommates like.
By Alexis Harmon
A battle between a small community and medical treatment company goes to the wire.
By Mark Lore
Convicted frat members express remorse.
Toccoy Dudley’s appointment as Butte County’s new water commissioner is both logical and controversial. Why? Three letters: DWR.
Student dies after trying to break up fight at Holiday Inn.
Rick Rees is new school board president.
Enviros back in court over critical habitat.
By Jordan Wittman
Butte College to get a new football coach; county still taking on DWR over Oroville Dam.
Professions ranked by public according to ethics.
State kills a killer.
Can we afford the wait to stop global warming?
Fifty years for the local Audubon Society chapter.
By Phil Johnson
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Local contractor Robin Trenda shows off a new, more eco-friendly house.
Kohl’s update, massage, Santa.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Local poet and DJ cuts the fat and gets to the point.
By Lenny Hubbard
MP3s, cd burners and the Internet make the mix cd the most inexpensive, personal and easy gift for the season.
By Jason Cassidy
Cozy up to some of the best travel writing.
Reviewed by Stephen Metzger
UK rock rag actually rocks.
By Carey Wilson
Kevin Gordon creates swampy blend on latest.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
It’s simple, Deerpen writes great songs, and they have a new CD.
Henri’s creamy fish chowder.
By Henri Bourride
Characters fight own battles in modern war drama.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
The culmination of everyone’s favorite fire-breathing lizard.
By Craig Blamer
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