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This article was published on 11.30.06
The woman who runs the community foundation is determined to build a funding base for local nonprofits.
By Robert Speer
Paradise residents play the waiting game for new shopping center.
By Mark Lore
Northern California Regional Land Trust has a new director—and a powerful new incentive for landowners.
By Marisol Salgado
People who plan to have or have had operations to counter obesity meet to support each other.
By Leslie Williams
Chico airport adds free WiFi; judge slams newspaper giants; Kirk and Nickell’s elections affirmed.
Gift-buying season starts strong.
Amid California’s quagmire, Butte County residents need to invest in our own safety with thought-out expansion.
By Helen Harberts
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Making crib cleaning that much easier.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
By Evan Tuchinsky
Chico Cabaret brings some real holiday cheer to the theater.
2006 calendar of festivities for the holidays in Chico, CA.
By CN&R Staff
Help is always needed, and there’s no better time than the holidays to get in the spirit.
Art in the machine.
By Jason Cassidy
Disabilities haven’t kept local band Jet Fuel Only from living the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Battle against the battle of the bands, Mike Watt lays his bass on Kelly Clarkson.
Harvester’s latest is a fun collection to tide over fans till next year.
By Michael Kuker
Lucinda Williams gets the crowd weepy at Laxson.
Henri is tickled with Mr. Pickle’s Sandwich Shop.
By Henri Bourride
Christopher Guest’s latest spoof takes a jab at Hollywood.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Tenacious D serve the robots in The Pick of Destiny
Lost sitcom resurfaces.
By Matthew Craggs
Tale of rocky marriage beautifully told in Separate Lies
By Jaime O'Neill
Nirvana’s candid film finally on DVD, and still a bit murky.
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