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Hospice gave Capt. Don, diagnosed with terminal cancer, the freedom to die on his own terms.
By Meredith J. Cooper
This article was published on 06.21.07
A song by Capt. Don Leslie.
It’s been 10 years since Bryan Epis was busted for growing medical marijuana, and his case still isn’t resolved. What’s going on?
By Robert Speer
A popular public art program disappears. Exact reasons vary by the view of the beholder.
By Emanuella Orr
Mega-project gets nearly unanimous approval.
By Evan Tuchinsky
A Butte County census says it all.
A toxicology exam reveals numerous drugs in Chico State student’s body.
Good bye Club, hello little piggy.
How big is your city?
Butte County’s organic industry has come a long way.
By Jennifer MacDonald
Magazine gets slammed for its not-so-green practices.
Network launches youth-oriented environmental campaign.
Hertz touts its hybrids.
The top 10 fruits and veggies to buy organic.
Baldwin wants you to think its gravel mine is the green thing to do. Don’t believe it.
Barry is one of the greatest athletes America has ever produced. Why can’t he get the respect he’s due?
Soon-to-be-ex-CAO discusses unfinished business he’s confident the county will resolve.
By Paul McIntosh
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Elizabeth Graham has climbed a mountain to get where she is today.
By Jennifer Donnell
Misadventures in the classroom with Charlie Brown.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
CUSD’s new superintendent and a Chico State controversy.
For its 18th season, Shakespeare in the Park moves to the bustle of downtown.
Orland’s Farm Sanctuary offers a safe haven for injured and abandoned animals.
By Laura Hauser
Scouring commercial radio on Chico … and loving it! Kind of. OK, not really.
By Mark Lore
Book explains the origins of words for all the etymologists out there.
By Jaime O'Neill
Author Jim Miller explores the richness of San Diego in novel form.
By Matthew Craggs
Sony angers God (or at least his representatives); Philly umbrellas won’t protect you from advertisers; batteries and power cords head the way of the dodo; and no more Flickr in China.
By Morgan Paar
Tweedy and company are back with a breezy record that is neither great nor awful.
By Jack Bennett
The very American LCD Soundsystem continues its indie-dance prowess.
By Karla Hernández
Now that the Clouds have cleared, Vows are getting their feet wet.
By Landon Moblad
Local legend Gashouse Pizza adds paninis to the menu.
By Enrico Fermat-Smith
Second Fantastic Four installment is by the numbers.
By Craig Blamer
Francis Veber strikes a balance of honest wittiness and TV sitcom in The Valet.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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