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Every year, just in time for Earth Month, Mother Nature puts out a nice spread. Hurry up there, before it’s gone!
By Jaime O'Neill
This article was published on 04.17.08
Disorderly events. Tradewinds Court. The Avenues. The Mechoopda casino. What year is this again?
By Evan Tuchinsky
Title IX, retaliation suits against Feather River College head to Butte County.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Protesters picket the former Marine’s funeral saying God hates homosexuals and America tolerates them. What’s not wrong with this picture?
By Christy Lochrie
Jim Nielsen is running for office without living in the district. It’s not the first time …
By Robert Speer
Although the mine’s operators are clearly scofflaws, the Planning Commission voted not to shut it down and to require a new permit instead.
Enloe and the union representing its service workers are far from agreement on wages and benefits.
Record turnouts at Sunday’s Democratic caucuses resulted in selection of two establishment figures as Clinton delegates and two young campaign activists as Obama delegates.
Just how effective is killing murderers?
Butte College’s efforts in sustainability have earned the school national attention in the form of the Chill Out award.
By Evan Tuchinsky, and Ryan Laine
Hollywood actor buys posh Manhattan eco-pad.
Democrats can now fight over who has the greenest delegation. Awesome!
The Bush administration proposes opening critical whale habitat to oil and gas leases.
Don’t miss out on a wide array of Earth Month (and Earth Day) happenings.
It’s not a “bad habit” that keeps the city from solving its problems; it’s a systemic lack of real leaders.
The Ceres proposal is inexpensive and downright neighborly.
Early immersion makes eco-friendliness a natural way of life rather than a lesson to be learned.
By Tracy McDonald
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
From candles to recycled paper, Deanna Dottai makes it all.
By Monica Unhold
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Chico’s police chief says he’s made the only cuts he can while preserving proper deployment. How about assessing that assumption?
Local director returns after six-year absence with Essential Self-Defense.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Earth Day, Green Museum, land art, Turtle Bay and bi-weekly devotions.
By Jason Cassidy
Time to get rid of those relics collecting dust … including Hootie.
By CN&R Staff
Some secrets aren’t worth keeping; sex tapes that should be kept secret; and a weeklong to-do list.
By Mark Lore
Author takes readers to a time of change for American movies and culture.
A town keeps a close watch on its teenagers in Hold Tight.
By Craig Blamer
Melancholy music you can dance to.
By Ryan Foley
Bluesman drops his Alligator Records debut.
By Miles Jordan
PRE takes a slash in the snake pit and returns to the States.
A new Indian restaurant aims to please—and succeeds.
Cast brings credibility to Martin McDonagh’s directorial debut.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Keanu Reeves comes into his own in police-corruption film Street Kings.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
It’s voting time at Chico State, and here’s your primer on the top races.
By Stephanie Maynard
Which majors are the most in-demand this year?
Nominations, please; win money for your spiffy business plan; celebrate Chico State founders; and ban the boob tube.
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