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One in four women will be raped in her lifetime, and it’s likely to be by a man she knows.
By Emanuella Orr
This article was published on 10.04.07
Test your knowledge with a quiz from Rape Crisis.
Women reclaim their right to safely walk at night.
Butte County’s general-plan update is on track and on schedule, but critics say it lacks a vision for the the future and is too developer friendly.
By Robert Speer
Supporting neighbors by stalling a property owner, the Chico City Council courts a legal challenge right after approving money to defend a similar case.
By Evan Tuchinsky
A San Diego County water company has approached a local water district seeking to purchase rights to 30,000 acre-feet of water.
By Monica Unhold
Years after her retirement from Chico State, the irrepressible Gwen Curatilo is still inspiring young singers to make vocal magic.
Chico’s police chief addresses the recent spike in violent crimes and reiterates his request for more staff.
Oroville teen totally messes up his life in just 90 minutes.
Sheriff creates a MySpace page to scare off predators.
What does America think about the war, health care and the Holocaust?
A new Chico State program educates students on the eco-wonders of concrete.
German utility works on a process to clean carbon from power plants’ emissions.
Retailer commits to selling eco-friendly liquid laundry detergent.
British dad challenges the government over An Inconvenient Truth.
Five tips for packing a waste-free lunch.
The county’s general-plan process may seem backwards, but nothing suggests that it should be derailed.
A trio of bills on the governor’s desk would go a long way toward decreasing the number of innocent people convicted of crimes in California.
The Best of Chico readers’ picks show loving support for downtown.
By Alan Chamberlain
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Mike Hawkins hopes to make a voter out of you.
By Tang Lor
Escaping the city by bicycle a beautiful adventure.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
After days of deliberation, CN&R’s scholarship stands as awarded.
Pat Collentine and Susan Larsen explore their Desires.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
In Chico, October is Artober, and Artoberfest is under way.
By Jason Cassidy
Mixed martial arts is kicking and fighting its way into the mainstream.
By Vince Abbate
All headbanging and no sleep makes Mark a young boy.
By Mark Lore
Another alternative to using plastic bags.
By Michele Bechard
Latest from Rogue Wave doesn’t quite catch.
By Barry Henderson
Premature graduation—it happens to all guys … even Kanye.
By Matthew Craggs
Harp player John “Juke” Logan re-chills fiery blues record.
By Miles Jordan
Local rap crew makes big hip-hop in the most unlikeliest of places.
By Bryce Benson
What Ricardo’s lacks in taste it makes up for in service.
By C. Moore
Star-studded cast keeps things real under director Paul Haggis.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Film promises a grand platter but delivers mere morsels.
By Meredith J. Cooper
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
Doesn’t anyone wear condoms anymore?
A new law helps those in need of student loans.
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