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Are you ready for some political football? If so, don’t expect an upset Feb. 5.
By Nick Miller
This article was published on 01.10.08
Powerful tribes seem to hold all the cards, but labor still has an ace up its sleeve.
By Cosmo Garvin
Democrat Dennis Kucinich and Republican Ron Paul prove opposites attract.
By R.V. Scheide
Ironic initiative even surprises people who drafted it.
Robin Huffman faces a steep climb as she tries to unseat two-term District 5 Supervisor Kim Yamaguchi.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Board of Supervisors still makes no decision on the proposed gravel mine.
By Toni Scott
What do North State political activists think of the presidential contests so far? We asked some of them.
By Robert Speer
Chico’s mayor has second thoughts about a controversial decision and puts it on the Jan. 15 agenda.
By Emanuella Orr
Swiss company agrees to spend $2 million to connect homes to Cal Water lines.
Still recovering from the wind gales? Here are some tips.
Pancreatic disease has health officials looking at Koppers plant.
Just how much has California—and Chico—contributed to presidential hopefuls?
The new site ChicoEco.org provides a home for locals in the environmental movement.
By Melissa Daugherty
Prominent environmental groups challenge the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision denying California’s landmark global warming regulations.
Portland State University plans to hire 10 new professors with knowledge in sustainable issues.
A pair of endangered whooping cranes wow Tennessee bird enthusiasts.
Web site lets users swap CDs, DVDs, games and movies for free.
Everything about Prop 93 stinks—except the measure itself.
Local public employees proved their worth responding to last week’s storms, so don’t blame them for the pay they get.
Chicoans’ most direct route to LAX may prove to be through Salt Lake City.
By Greg Fischer
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Denice Britton works to get city streets free of debris.
By Meredith J. Cooper
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Election time already? Yikes!
Blue Room produces regional premiere of chamber musical, John and Jen.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Arts DEVOte looks ahead to Chico’s arts, 2008.
By Jason Cassidy
Chico punks outlast the rest by staying true to DIY values.
When an indie rocker has a baby.
By Conrad Nystrom
Do what Rayne Summers would do: Have a Red Bull, some promiscuous sex and then read I Love This Guy.
By Matthew Craggs
Stephin Merritt conjures up Phil Spector with new Magnetic Fields release.
By Ryan Foley
Relatively unknown Band of Horses follows up debut with the short-but-sweet Cease to Begin.
By Karla Hernández
Seattle’s Iceage Cobra plays the garage rock heavily.
By Landon Moblad
Caffé Ricci is an inviting lunch stop near Philadelphia Square.
By Dave Banathy
Director Sidney Lumet kicks up dark, damp dust in the tragic farce, Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Indie flick Juno charming, despite its subject matter.
Stax celebrates 50th anniversary with live 1967 Stax/Volt Revue DVD.
By Miles Jordan
By Craig Blamer
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