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A proposal from two Chico State profs would create a new facility for forensics study.
By Shannon Lane
This article was published on 08.30.07
American Taxi bites the dust, and the owner blames Liberty Cab.
By Meredith J. Cooper
In Butte Creek Canyon, two developers are testing what it means to get along with others.
By Robert Speer
After a quarter-century of managing local nonprofits, Lee Laney is working for the most important local nonprofit of them all, the North Valley Community Foundation.
By Monica Unhold
Beginning Sept. 1, all almonds in California must be pasteurized before going on the market, and raw-foodists aren’t happy about it.
By Bryce Benson
County officials only give conditional approval to the budget for Chico schools.
Four more cases pop up in Butte County—none involving an elderly person.
Yuba City’s James Kenneth Hough was suspected in 36 cases of arson.
As marijuana harvest season begins, ‘pot police’ make another big bust.
Into the realm of dogfighting.
Lundberg Family Farms celebrates 70 years of sustainable practices.
By Toni Scott
Thousands protest a planned new runway at Heathrow.
Nissan to make real-time fuel-efficiency gauge a standard feature.
Federal judge weighs plans to protect endangered fishy.
A new study finds that real-estate and construction-industry professionals have overestimated the cost of building green.
The state budget slashes beneficial programs while keeping a big tax loophole open for the super-rich.
Chico schools’ deficit woes bear a strong resemblance to the city’s, so how about taking a similar approach?
Library’s dedicated supporters enhance opportunities for Butte County readers.
By Marian Milling
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Chico State student Anthony Lombardi puts his marketing classes to the test.
Memories of a newspaper reader/writer/carrier.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
“Change is inevitable” — just check the CN&R for proof!
By Evan Tuchinsky
From the hills of Magalia comes the band that truly lives up to its name.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Caffé Malvina celebrates 30 years of food, good times and the strongest coffee in town.
By Peter Berkow
Locals look to fight proposed “disorderly event” ordinance; The Nuge gets all crazy on Obama and Clinton; and troubles with the time machine.
By Mark Lore
Proud writers share their history in a community autobiography.
A one-stop place to help make you green.
By Michele Bechard
The iPhone has big bills; the CD celebrates 25 years; free Wi-Fi comes in handy during tragedy; and hell freezes over in video games.
By Morgan Paar
Matt Sharp brings The Rentals back …again, with a new (old) EP.
By Joel Hartse
Spend a hot night in Paris with Gypsy Night at Le Divan du Monde.
Arrington de Dionyso talks about the power and the passion of Old Time Relijun.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Henri checks out the cod pieces at King’s Catch.
By Henri Bourride
Characters have a little too much in common.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Latest version of Body Snatchers serves up another helping of social commentary.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
Birth control costs have gone up, and it’s female students who are paying.
By Hillary Feeney
Chico State debuts 51 courses, some more interesting than others.
New rules for student orgs; happy birthday Butte College.
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