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As the fifth anniversary of the occupation of Iraq nears, the CN&R invites a diverse group of panelists to discuss how the U.S. can get out of this mess.
By Evan Tuchinsky
This article was published on 03.13.08
The state has proposed a new park for the Sacramento River, but the county supervisors think it will be nothing but expensive trouble.
By Robert Speer
They lined up by the dozens for a chance at fame and fortune.
By Monica Unhold
When it comes to where Chico should grow, there were some surprises at the first “key issues workshop” for updating the city’s general plan.
A persevering professor and a generous alum have sparked a renewal of tennis at Chico State University.
By Richard Ek
Supervisors want to discuss adding water element to county general-plan update.
Supervisors happy about new business-resources Web site.
A new city-commissioned survey indicates Chicoans like living here but are worried about city finances.
What does the futures market in political predictions say about the presidential race?
CN&R contributor Ryan Laine learns a lot from the Zero Waste Challenge.
By Ryan Laine
Chico State biology professor Jeff Price earns prestigious environmental fellowship.
South African politicians propose culling elephant herds to more manageable sizes.
Federal authorities say ELF may be responsible for the destruction of expensive green-built homes.
Poll says a majority of Americans support local governments going green.
The U.S. should have a single aim in the Iraqi occupation: to withdraw as soon as possible.
Building a new $40 million cop shop makes little sense when the city is drowning in red ink, so a possible deal with the CHP looks really good.
Without the United Nations, the next president will have as much success in Iraq as the current one.
By Michael J. McCarthy
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Julie Atlas and daughter Emily are launching a business selling chocolate bars featuring photos of Chico.
What we look like to ourselves is often not the same as what other people see.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Take a discussion of Iraq, mix in the presidential race and add a dash of the flu, and you’ll get a column just like this.
Exhibit shows what really went on in chemistry class.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Imperial beers are back—darker and stronger than ever before.
By Alastair Bland
When the songs you love are pure torture; taking the piss out of St. Patrick’s Day; and Erin Lizardo is releasing MORE music.
By Mark Lore
There’s a thin line between blasphemy and faith …
By Matthew Craggs
Netscape is no more; rip those old, out-of-style compact discs quickly; ever pissed in a clown’s mouth?; find your way around London with your phone; and The Wacky Web site of the week.
By Morgan Paar
UK band doesn’t do much with the “Ladpop” formula.
By Ryan Foley
Late reggae legend lives up to the hype.
By Nick Solid Rock
If you sample her voice and like what you hear, you’re gonna love Petals Fall.
What do you get when you cross the blues with brews? A great time, of course!
By Miles Jordan
Henri sings one-part hominy at El Patio.
By Henri Bourride
Strong cast and sharp screenplay keep The Savages honest.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
There’s little sense to be made of this prehistoric mess.
By Meredith J. Cooper
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Craig Blamer
After 21 years on the court, Chico State basketball coach Puck Smith says ‘so long’
By Sean Murphy
It’s the little things that add up.
Get ready for spring break and St. Patty’s Day; faculty show off their art; white-collar crime; and national hazing study sheds some light.
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