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Even after more than 11 years on the Chico City Council, Steve Bertagna still loves the job and is contemplating another run.
By Evan Tuchinsky
This article was published on 05.08.08
Three incumbents and three challengers have declared for Chico City Council. As for that other seat …
Chico City Council votes illustrate Bertagna’s more conciliatory nature this term.
Compiled By Evan Tuchinsky
The high cost of gas is just one of the many reasons to use a bicycle to get around.
By Stephanie Maynard
Calling a foul on neighborhood politics, City Councilmembers endorse street basketball.
Trained initially in physics, Gordon Wolfe later got the biology bug and now has been chosen as an outstanding professor.
By Bryce Benson
A look at the two Republican candidates for the District 3 Assembly seat. One of them will probably be Chico’s next representative.
By Robert Speer
Chico City Councilwoman Mary Flynn is taking the job of CAVE director, making her the boss of Vice-Mayor Ann Schwab.
Butte County’s new assistant chief administrative officer has more degrees than a thermometer and work experience to match.
Looks like Chico AirFest is going to get off the ground after all.
Once again, multibillionaire Warren Buffett has refused to tear down his Klamath River dams.
A few things you might not know about America’s mothers.
Chico’s GRUB turns back yards into a bounty.
By Michele Bechard
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke chides Bush with profanity.
Federal judge orders Interior Department to decide whether to list polar bears as a threatened species.
Green Campus program gets recognized for its energy-saving measures.
It’s beautiful outside! Get on your bike during BikeChico! Week.
The city of Vallejo has declared bankruptcy. Is Chico next?
It’s time for Clinton to throw in the towel.
Spring cleaning is great—just don’t dirty the environment in the process.
Feather River Hospital’s CEO issues a dire prognosis for care in our budget-strapped state.
By Wayne Ferch
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Duke Carpenter, at 60 years old, carved a hummingbird totem pole in his front yard.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Sick and tired of being sick and tired.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Feeling tired and cranky this week, CN&R’s editor lets the rants rip.
Now in its fourth year, Celebration of Women is all about togetherness.
A look ahead at the movies with some bark … or that just plain bite.
By Craig Blamer
The CAMMIES was fun … let’s do it again next year!; local jazz ensemble on its way to Telluride; summer brings concerts in the park; and Liam Finn can totally kick his dad’s ass.
By Mark Lore
Deft writing and artwork make The Walking Dead come alive.
Can I get that Otter Pop in a syringe?
By Matthew Craggs
English is a difficult language, at least according to Engrish.com.
Newspapers and TV are finding online is the place to be; UPS employees get the grand theft bug; Evernote says, “Who needs a brain?"; and the Wacky Web site of the week.
By Morgan Paar
In a world of iTunes playlists, Chicago quartet puts out an actual album.
Singer-songwriter Pat Hull finds his place in Chico.
By Alan Sheckter
Henri finds the origins of the sandwich, and Hideaway Café.
By Henri Bourride
He may be Iron Man, but the toughest part is on the inside.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Just another dark World War II movie?
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
Graduation, if nothing else, means it’s time to find a job.
By Monica Unhold
Commencement speakers: the good, the bad and the unexpected.
SMASH film awards; veterans center comes to Butte College; graduation ceremonies begin; Native American drumming; Butte College wants help to make a difference; and traveling abroad.
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