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Aaron Rodgers knows he’ll start in the NFL—but when that is, only Favre knows.
By Charles Robinson
This article was published on 09.13.07
Chico State distance runners steadily close the gap between their program and the perennial champions.
By Sean Murphy
Small-town pitcher Kyle Lohse keeps chugging through the big leagues.
By Jon Marks
Other local athletes worth keeping an eye on this season — and some of their big games to watch.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Residents of the Pear Grove trailer park worry about where they’ll live when they are forced to move to make way for an apartment complex.
By Bryce Benson
When Dave Meraz signed up for a city rehab program, he got more than he bargained for.
By Robert Speer
Chico’s new downtown Transit Center has a Paradise bus rider crying foul.
By Monica Unhold
National Bullriding Championship takes on a pink hue.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Supes order canyon builders to undo their grading.
Opponents of the proposed InEnTec medical-waste plant in Red Bluff this week finally lost their four-year fight to stop it.
Catalyst celebrates 30 years of providing a safe haven for victims of domestic violence.
We love sports, and we don’t mind paying for them.
The crusade against junk mail gains ground as people turn an annoyance into a smart environmental decision.
By Sena Christian
Higher education consortium announces sustainability leaders.
Pope Benedict makes pleas for environmental protections.
Antarctic research station will run entirely on renewable energy.
Recycle those aluminum cans.
Friends of Bidwell Park is getting a bum rap.
Advice to council: Listen to the people.
Chico officers need a new way to defuse ‘disorderly events,’ which is why they’re pushing for new rules.
By John Rucker
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Jillian Jefferson has lofty goals for her reign as Miss Butte County.
By Tang Lor
A day in the life of someone who cleans up after others.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Non-sequitirs, get your non-sequitirs here …
Portland 12-piece kicks off the Chico World Music Festival.
By Jaime O'Neill
The El Rey Theatre is back in action; finding the cheapest live music is easy; Indy returns; and Britney puts the back in comebacks.
By Mark Lore
Book takes a peek under the knickers of some of the most naked films.
Have you ever thought about bio-accumulated pollutants?
By Matthew Craggs
Big Brother is watching in China … and in the U.S.; virtual cops are watching what you look up on the Internet; and UK electronica artist Clark gets creative with body parts.
By Morgan Paar
A couple of jazz giants get down on this live disc.
By Miles Jordan
Seattle nousemakers unleash a monster of an album.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Sacramento’s 2Me makes folk rock that has captured the hearts of crowds everywhere.
Henri gets all gooey for the Black Crow’s grilled cheese.
By Henri Bourride
A new take on a classic western does some justice.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Could use more blood, but Shoot ’Em Up still a good time.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
Families and friends already have to look ahead—and into their wallets—for graduation.
The biggest increase in years has health officials worried.
Hazing update; orientation already; library upgrade and furniture sale.
A Chico News & Review Dining Guide.
Downtown’s Rawbar takes the guess work out of sushi.
By Emanuella Orr
Local coffee experts share their craft.
By Laura Hauser
Red Tavern chef unveils a dessert recipe for the novice baker.
By Toni Scott
From burgers to crème brulée, find what you’re craving at these Chico eateries.
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