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An unlikely coalition wants Warren Buffett to restore the Klamath River’s salmon fishery by tearing down four dams.
By Robert Speer
This article was published on 09.27.07
A day care operator’s plan to merge her home with the one next door has drawn the ire of her neighbors.
By Tang Lor
Mosquito fogging has residents squirming.
By Meredith J. Cooper
What’s killing the bees?
Yamaguchi wants another term, while O’Bryan is calling it quits.
Hospital accreditation will be granted, but conditionally.
Winners from the very first Best of Chico issue, back in September of ‘84.
Orland-based almond ranch takes an old-school approach to organics.
Team unveils plans to clean up its stadium.
British company develops eco-friendly chewing gum.
Utility honored for its energy-saving initiatives.
Vegetarianism celebrated all through October.
Chico needs an art museum to solidify its reputation as an arts hotspot.
Every dollar we spend imposes responsibility for how it’s ultimately used.
By Nelson Kaiser
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Alan Rellaford is checking Chico State’s message.
Taking the long walk to the afterlife.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Mining gold — OK, pyrite — from Best of Chico voters’ submissions.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Chico Cabaret has some fun with the “serious” Reefer Madness.
By Craig Blamer
Ken Burns returns to the battlefield with The War.
By Edward Dunn
VIPs and Bright Eyes; Helmet returns; and Stereogum gets foot-loose and fancy free with judgment.
By Mark Lore
Site allows friends to share thoughts on their favorite books.
Google wants you, yes YOU, to go to the moon; Google also wants to find missing advernturer Steve Fossett; the iPhone gets cheap all of a sudden; and the Wacky Web site of the Week.
By Morgan Paar
First release from Chico’s Bear Hunter is a monster endeavor.
By Jason Cassidy
Latest from Austin, Texas, siren Kelly Willis is sorta boooring.
By Michael Kuker
One word, mellow, is what describes Ann Savoy’s latest.
By Jaime O'Neill
New Orleans metal band has plenty to write about on its third record.
Longtime Mexican restaurant is a rather simple crowd pleaser.
By Henri Bourride
Film is a compelling character study of life inside the Russian mafia.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Not much going on in the third installment of Resident Evil.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
Chico State’s now-unrecognized Beta Theta Pi clears out of the house it occuped for two decades.
By Monica Unhold
Princeton Review weighs in on some unusual categories.
KCSC up for award; Chico State rugby players make All-American; Katrina relief; and voting.
Best of Chico 2007.
Your votes for 2007.
By CN&R Readers
You cast your votes—here are ours.
By CN&R Staff
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