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Sorting through the lies we tell ourselves and keep us from bliss.
By Melinda Welsh
This article was published on 08.09.07
Raise your contentment level one step at a time.
City Council OKs general plan amendment for Tuscan Village subdivision.
By Robert Speer
City managers past and present answer Chico’s $56 million question.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Chaos and consternation as county registrars try to figure out what to do without their e-voting machines.
By Brad Brown
Some interesting candidates have tossed their names in the ring to replace termed-out Assemblymen Rick Keene and Doug LaMalfa, but the term-limits initiative could throw a wrench into their machines.
By Toni Scott
Man staging a hunger strike in City Plaza ends his fight.
Georgia company takes over a number of small North State newspapers.
Enloe CEO Debi Yancer returns to Chico after being injured in San Diego.
Elks Lodge cell phone tower not dead yet.
Local brewery fills bottles, organic niche.
By Vince Abbate
Several California dairies cited for wastewater violations.
Environmentalists call on Ontario politicians to lift an outdoor laundry ban.
Study links increased hurricane numbers to climate change.
The numbers on the bottom of plastic containers actually mean something.
House Dems disappoint with wasteful, unfair status-quo Farm Bill.
Two-baby quota makes sense in a world where so many have so little.
By Ishmael Raymon
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Becca Hoffer can’t complain about going to baseball games as part of her job as Outlaws GM.
Messages of WWII put ‘the global war on terror’ in perspective.
By Joe Krulder
Vehicles are fine, but using your own two feet is better.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Warfare, nuclear fallout, pregnancy—it’s sure good to know the limits of my insurance!
Feisty cast breathes life into the classic whodunit.
A look ahead to Artoberfest; a trip through the valley of the dead; galleries gear up for the triumphant return of students; and the Weekly Devotions.
By Jason Cassidy
Camp Okizu provides a haven for kids and families dealing with cancer.
By Emanuella Orr
With the new time machine completed, it’s time to take a trip to the year 2020 … and go back in time to review some current rock shows.
By Mark Lore
The distant, slightly inbred, next-gen cousin of a gamer’s childhood.
By Matthew Craggs
Alt-country popster gets out there but keeps the songwriting tight.
By Melissa Daugherty
Late saxman really goes for it on what would be his final recording.
By Miles Jordan
Jon Cleary and his Monster Gentleman rip it up at the Big Room.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
When the weather gets hot, the hot get smoothies.
By C. Moore
Latest Bourne installment makes for some edgy and impressive entertainment, but is missing the humanity.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Film version of popular ‘60s cartoon is quite a dog.
By Craig Blamer
Ricky Gervais offers up more comedy gold.
By Jaime O'Neill
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
Hand-picked guides help newcomers find enlightenment.
By CN&R Staff
History buff Verda Mackay offers essential tidbits from Chico’s past.
By Robert Speer, and Verda Mackay
An outgoing Chico State freshman shares his tips on surviving the first year.
By Landon Moblad
Chico’s most prominent housing lawyer shares do’s and don’ts of renting.
Deb Conway helps manage Butte College’s lesser-known learning environment.
By Joshua Merrell
Allow the music guru to show you the way through Chico’s music scene.
Nightlife maven Meredith J. Cooper gives the lowdown on Chico watering holes.
By Meredith J. Cooper
All-ages alternatives to the over-21 scene.
Arts DEVOté puts his guru sandals on, and teaches the art of Chico to a new batch of followers.
Excursions guru from Chico State touts nearby recreational opportunities.
Chico State’s Luke Reid touts local college play.
Get the lowdown on low prices from a Chico thrift-store guru.
By Marisol Salgado
CN&R food aficionado C. Moore guides you to the best grub for your buck.
With 38 countries checked off his list, professor Tom Grothe gives a lesson on wandering the world.
By Bryce Benson
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