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At the end of his life, Capt. Don found comfort and guidance from his caregiver and hospice nurse.
By Meredith J. Cooper
This article was published on 06.28.07
How eight months with a hospice nurse and patient changed this writer’s perspective.
Local horseman rides to Manhattan, but the rest of his world trip is on hold.
By Melissa Daugherty
Grand jury finds county libraries underfunded, Oroville Police understaffed and Chico planning a mess.
By Toni Scott
CEO granted blank check for compliance.
By Robert Speer
There’s something fishy about a decision to close a Redding-area power plant.
By R.V. Scheide
Med-pot grower Bryan Epis must wait till Aug. 27 for resentencing.
Teens decorate a Chico substation with the help of artist Gregg Payne.
Skye “The P.E. Guy” gets delayed by Tahoe fire.
Sexiest celebs who just say “no” to meat.
Chico State’s first green structure rises steadily into the LEED.
By Jennifer Donnell
Butte College is holding a sustainability event aimed at builders and educators.
China is world’s biggest polluter, study says.
Senate approves major fuel-economy increases.
Investigation off South American coast busts shark-fin trading ring.
Everyday tips on how to reduce the garbage pile.
Don’t get complacent, North Staters –- protect yourselves.
Only we can prevent forest fires, particularly with lookout towers vacant.
Innocence Project milestone reminds us how much legal reform is still needed.
By Richard Ek
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
KZFR’s Koz McKev talks about astrology, politics and the future.
By Vince Abbate
Looking back on the cycle of cycling.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Scattershots on Chico planning, plus a follow-up on Chico State sports.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Sac Bee political cartoonist Rex Babin knows how to push people’s buttons.
Taking a look at some new and not-so-new theater in Chico, including Shakespeare in the Park Plaza, The Wall Street Players and the Rogue Theatre. Plus weekly devotions.
By Jason Cassidy
Skatestoppers derail boarders in public places, earning the devices—and their inventor—a heavy reputation.
The last of the radio daze; and there’s a new CN&R music compilation in the works.
By Mark Lore
Former “almost president” chips away at the current administration in his new book.
By Tom Blodget
Richard Bachman returns with Blaze.
By Craig Blamer
Finally … a Web site that helps you make all of those tough decisions.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Now on Matador, The Ponys have grown up … without growing old.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Chico musical mainstays celebrate their CD releases together.
Henri dreams of chaps and fringe and gallops into CJ’s Last Chance Diner.
By Henri Bourride
Angelina Jolie and director Michael Winterbottom do justice to a tragic story.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
1408 sets up the suspense, but fails to follow through.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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