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Mergers take bite out of journalism.
This article was published on 06.01.06
The McClatchy-Singleton deal raises fears of monopoly and cookie-cutter journalism.
By Cosmo Garvin
North Sacramento Valley has experienced MediaNews consolidation.
By Chelsey Shoop
Most of the Knight Ridder dailies McClatchy is selling off are union papers.
By Chrisanne Beckner
The Bee’s parent company follows its CEO’s instincts in buying—and selling—papers.
By R.V. Scheide
Residents of a rural area four miles west of Oroville are concerned about a large urban-style subdivision proposed for their neighborhood.
By Robert Speer
RDA group tells city to “take a step back” in prioritizing projects.
By Richard Ek
More houses in the foothills means more pressure on migrating deer herds.
By Joe Krulder
Joe Brouillette brings his “thousand-dollar” campaign for governor to Stirling City.
In the money race, Kirk and Bertagna are neck and neck.
Farewell to a friend; debate suspension; gambling’s impact.
Towns make the most interesting boasts …
If Enloe trustees want to avoid crises in the future, they need to change the way they do business.
Indian gaming gets personal in Glenn County with an advisory measure on the June 6 ballot.
By Tim Crews
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Butte College farm technician educates students amid hundreds of acres of wildlife.
By Monica Unhold
By Anthony Peyton Porter
By Evan Tuchinsky
Annual Fresh Ink Festival at Blue Room Theatre.
Ice cream man brings treats—and familiar sounds—to faithful customers’ neighborhoods.
By Karen McIntyre
By Mark Lore
By Carla Resnick
A journalist with a checkered history tells his (ostensibly) true life story.
Reviewed by Evan Tuchinsky
Will “Big Eyes” Smith returns to the harmonica.
By Miles Jordan
Roseanne Cash’s latest born of great loss.
By Jaime O'Neill
Drown yaour sorrows with George Jones.
By Michael Kuker
Black Light Folk Festival turns the Serenity Center into a happenin’ joint.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Legends of Nobby’s are true: Nobody does burgers better.
By Alexis Harmon
Latest X-Men installment has more bang but less brain.
By Craig Blamer
Joyeux Noël offers compelling drama in trenches of World War I.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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