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Baldwin Contracting Company counters opposition by touting environmental positives of the proposed M&T mine.
By Toni Scott
This article was published on 05.24.07
Feather River College accused of Title IX violations and retaliation.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Chico’s venerable Kramore Inn goes into the history books.
By Emily Brannen
Like it or not, air-quality impact fees loom in Butte County’s future.
By Robert Speer
This week’s ‘Honey Fire’ came too early for comfort.
FERC agrees that Oroville Dam costs the county a bundle.
Rookie Supervisor Maureen Kirk leads the way toward stronger water pact.
See what Frommer’s recommends for our area.
New Urban Builders creating Chico’s most sustainable neighborhood.
By Melissa Daugherty
Twelve thousand people line up for Smart cars, which won’t even come out until 2008.
Contest rewards eco-enhancing innovations.
Climate change found to impact certain marine species.
Ecotherapy: good for the body and mind.
Gonzales must go, but remember who’s pulling his strings.
On Memorial Day, we should honor the true spirit of patriotism.
Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month is a good time to think about the benefits of real sex education.
By Devora Lomas
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Lily Winchell is the only child with a show on the radio station.
By Evan Tuchinsky
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Former 2 Live Crew member keeps the dirty rhymes alive, and takes them to Oroville.
By Jeremiah Wade
CN&R film critic uncovers a hidden cache of film gems available on DVD.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Hip-hop beefs and the third parties who cook them up; Internet radio lives to fight another three years; and the great commercial radio experiment is put on hold.
By Mark Lore
Chico writer Lin Jensen tells of his encounters with passersby as he mediated on street corners in protest of the war.
Artist Wafaa Bilal invites you to shoot an Iraqi; a GPS breakdown almost causes anarchy in the UK; taxi cabs are getting so smart these days; and Orlando Bloom looks for his pirate’s booty on Facebook.
By Morgan Paar
Asleep at the Wheel keep the Texas Swing a-swingin’ on new album.
By Jaime O'Neill
Aubrey Debauchery is still debaucherous, but shows her vulnerable side, too.
By Jack Bennett
Rough Guide explores 1970s New York’s Salsa Dura on its latest release.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Italian hardcore stalwarts Raw Power give it another go for American audiences.
By Barbara Manning
The End Zone sticks with what works: sports and pub grub.
By C. Moore
Third installment of Shrek looks neat, but misses the story and the funny.
By Craig Blamer
Director Paul Verhoeven is back with his best work in years with Black Book.
These are a few, actually 50, of our favorite summertime activities.
By CN&R Staff
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