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CN&R’s annual Year in Review issue.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 12.27.07
The ordinance, the budget, plus eight other things that mattered this year.
News important enough to note even if it didn’t crack our top 10 list.
The year’s biggest goofs and gaffes in Butte County.
The CN&R gave birth to a new section this year, and the community has sustained it.
By Melissa Daugherty
Polar bears aren’t the only creatures losing ground to global warming.
Tens of thousands battle South Korea’s largest oil spill.
Greenpeace criticizes European Union officials for lax fishing regulations.
Eat, drink and be merry. But don’t forget to recycle.
We’ve entered a new nuclear age, so our next president must prioritize diplomacy, not mutually assured destruction.
Chico area’s rookie supervisor shares insights she’s gained on city/county differences.
By Maureen Kirk
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Or, rather, evil stepsister. Jarrah Myles teaches dance in Chico and recently performed in Cinderella.
By Stephanie Maynard
There’s always a good reason to smile.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Readers say the darnedest things—thank goodness for the Letters section!
By Evan Tuchinsky
One column couldn’t hold all the ’07 Letters highlights.
A look back at the good, the rad and the (sm)ugly of 2007.
A look back at Chico arts in 2007, as A.D. hands out his “DEVO Awards.”
By Jason Cassidy
It was a so-so year in film, but there were some that made a surprising impression.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
What happened to the 2008 I’ve always dreamt of?; looking ahead to the important things in the new year; and the best guest columnist anyone could ask for.
By Mark Lore
Book on late Italian filmmaker Mario Bava is a must for film buffs.
By Craig Blamer
The story of why mass consumerism is evil.
By Michele Bechard
A great way to pass the time, and maybe even learn a little something.
By Josh Graham
After half a century, Nappy Brown still smokes.
By Miles Jordan
Local favorite doesn’t sit well with CN&R food critic.
By C. Moore
Charlie Wilson’s War will only ‘offend the easily offended.’
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