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How a family tree from hell spawned a cold-blooded murderer.
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 07.12.07
But hotter summers and a declining snowpack could threaten the Butte Creek fishery.
By Robert Speer
Every year we put more than 400,000 pets to death. A new bill is an effort to lower the number, but pet breeders don’t like it a bit.
By Jennifer Donnell
Chico’s Live Earth concert was sustainability in practice.
By Emanuella Orr
Legislation holds potential to reduce suction dredging in California rivers and streams.
By Toni Scott
Chico State frat brothers face court for hazing.
Art Gilman paved the way for Chico’s Greenline.
The decision has been made—no more Chico State for this basketball star.
Most annoying songs EVER.
Chicoan helps bring clean water to foreign nations.
Dried Arctic ponds concern Canadian researchers.
Turkey droppings help power Minnesota homes.
British airline works to create eco-friendly planes.
Five easy actions and fixes to help cut down on wasted water.
Fight back … Drive 55!
Looking ahead at a population explosion.
More on the climate-change debate.
By John C. Callaway
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Bill Such aims to provide a “sanctuary” for the homeless.
Survival tactics for a man slipping on the bonds of matrimony.
By Jaime O'Neill
A look at the almighty criminal “justice” system.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
How not to raise a cold-blooded killer.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Artist Rachel Moseley shows that bearded is beautiful.
Arts DEVOté always on vacation; cartoonist Brad Neely says George Washington invented cocaine; artist Chris Jordan says no to cell phones; plus the Weekly Devotion.
By Jason Cassidy
Obsessing over the summertime soundtrack.
A list of top 10 summer jams from your hot li’l Chico friends.
By CN&R Staff
Getting Footloose in Chico? City tries to pass “disorderly event” ordinance.
By Mark Lore
Book documents how the Kennedys’ beliefs came at a cost.
By Tom Blodget
New search engine attempts to simplify life.
By Matthew Craggs
First major-label offering from Feist delivers.
By Karla Hernández
L.A.'s China Room gives peace a chance.
By Joel Hartse
Henri braves the sunlight and tosses his meat on the grill.
By Henri Bourride
Michael Moore sticks a thermometer in the mouth of America’s health-care system.
By Craig Blamer
Robots from space get a spark of humor to counter this testosterone-fueled flick.
Classic Orson Wells film is re-released, with all the goodies.
By Michael Kuker
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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