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It takes more than good writing to win our fiction contest—it takes good counting, too.
By CN&R Readers
This article was published on 03.20.08
Winners in the Fiction 59 teens category.
Winners in the Fiction 59 kids category.
A proposal to rewrite the town’s tree ordinance and get rid of its tree committee has tree lovers concerned.
By Evan Tuchinsky
City, county and air quality officials seek ways to reduce smoke particulates that won’t leave wood-stove users out in the cold.
By Luke Anderson
With federal funding down by 30 percent, the Torres Community Shelter asks the council for an emergency allocation.
By Robert Speer
In a controversial move, members of the Butte County Democratic Central Committee have removed their 91-year-old chairwoman and replaced her with … well, a very young man.
By Jaime O'Neill
North Chico’s “supercenter” project gets abandoned, though expanding the Forest Avenue store remains on the retailer’s—and Planning Commission’s—agenda.
The Tradewinds Court vote comes back to haunt the City Council members who, against legal advice, decided not to abandon a utility easement.
Do you know your movie quotes?
Puppets for peace.
Organic dairy operators keep the industry flowing.
By Toni Scott
The Vatican claims pollution as a modern sin.
Daily private jet flights have many questioning Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s commitment to sustainability.
Canada leads the world in eco-friendly book production.
Ring in spring with a healthful soup made from local ingredients.
If Westly joins the governor to stump for an initiative, there must be something to it. There is: sensible redistricting.
With Wal-Mart putting its eggs in one basket, “supercenter” plans for two towns seem to hinge on south Chico expansion.
Butte County loses a visionary jurist who touched hundreds of lives.
Chico State’s president points out lasting implications of the governor’s proposed slash of higher-ed funding.
By Paul Zingg
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Chico High English teacher Zack Kincheloe talks shop and Shakespeare.
By Stephanie Maynard
“Parents’ rights” leads to “readers’ rights,” leading to “writer’s rights.”
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Seems to me there’s mostly baseless mettle in Oroville-Chico and Chico-Oroville perceptions. Correct me if I’m wrong, but if I’m right … why, exactly, is that?
Fiction 59 stories that didn’t win a prize but get some love nonetheless.
Chico Theater Company tries Webber and Rice’s Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on for size.
By Emanuella Orr
Guerrilla knitting; the superiority of kids’ art; and important local arts events.
By Jason Cassidy
Is Butte County ready to make restaurant health codes more digestible?
Springing into spring; St. Paddy’s Day fun; and a look at some album-release shows worth checking out.
By Mark Lore
A humorous look at the unfunny things our government did after 9/11.
By Seth Sandronsky
Screw Green Fairies, we want to see John Leguizamo as a midget poet …
By Matthew Craggs
Duo layers on the guitars and the melancholy.
By Ryan Foley
Germany’s blackwaves want to show us that “jammy” isn’t a dirty word.
By Landon Moblad
New breakfast spot serves it up for the college crowd.
By C. Moore
Pop culture and Iran’s Islamic Revolution intersect in coming-of-age film.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Even with all the doom and gloom and action and blood, Doomsday doesn’t quite satisfy.
By Craig Blamer
Documentary could open eyes to one of our country’s finest moments.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Chico State senior starts a campus club to keep guns away from criminals.
By Monica Unhold
How much do you know about women’s history in the United States?
Honor society gets kudos; Oliver! hits the stage; and loans could be harder to come by.
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