Welcome to the Chico News & Review Archives
Go to CN&R home page
“The House That Errol Flynn Built” has a colorful history, one its new developer-owner pledges to preserve.
By Emily Brannen
This article was published on 11.09.06
When asked about the Keefer house, Keene discovers he has local lineage he knew nothing about.
Light poles in the Bidwell Park recreation area will double as telecommunications beacons after a split vote.
By Evan Tuchinsky
By Robert Speer
Did a Nov. 6 broacast over the Emergency Alert System take politicking too far?
By Meredith J. Cooper
One man is on trial in the death of Travis Williams, but his mother believes others share in the responsibility.
Parkview educates students about environmentally wasteful plastic bags while raising funds.
By Marisol Salgado
BEC wins again; Web pioneer switches gears; artist’s work back in the spotlight.
Marijuana seizure stats.
Last-minute hit pieces muddy the waters.
It’s time to start caring for the world’s fisheries.
A Butte College instructor takes in different religions and finds we’re not so different after all.
By Rick Sheridan
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Pat Furr provides computers and skills to schools, families.
By Leslie Williams
By C. Owsley Rain
From the presidency to pandering politics, a cloud of ingnorance clouds our country.
By Jaime O'Neill
Blue Room’s Bluebeard hits audiences with a little schlock and awe.
By Carey Wilson
Award-winning director Oliver Stone makes no apologies for his work.
By Chris Caraway
Cirrhosis, the Deftones and Lou Reed all in one weekend.
By Mark Lore
Max Barry offers an absurdist look at corporate life.
Reviewed by Craig Blamer
ONTD is the one-stop place for celebrity gossip and goofiness.
Diebold makes voting uneasy, hack attacks and Web sites actually make you exist.
By Morgan Paar
Four-disc collection represents modern country star Waylon Jennings well.
Rising from the ashes of Ten Pound Brown, the members of Transfer might be onto something.
Barley wine is actually a beer, and is growing in popularity.
By Alastair Bland
Director Michel Gondry makes sleep exciting.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Borat mixes satire with gross-out comedy.
Hubert Sauper’s grim documentary on environmental stress in Africa a depressing, but necessary watch.
Everything you’ll need to know about Chico Summer/Fall 2006.
Where to be during Chico’s cooler months.
Everything you need to know about Chico.
What have you gotten yourself into?
Just what the doctor ordered.
Learning is everything.
A college town.
A Slice of Chico life.
Beauty all around.
Rest and relaxation.
Chico is fun for all ages.
You’ll never know unless you go!
You don’t have to go to Napa for deliciously divine wine.
By Joe Krulder
Horseshoe Lake: Gateway to Upper Park.
In Chico, two wheels are often better than four.
By Chris Robbins
Out on the town.
Flavors for every taste.
Thank you for visiting the Chico News & Review.