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There’s more going on in the June 3 election than first meets the eye. Check out the races, the candidates and the CN&R’s endorsements.
By Evan Tuchinsky, and Robert Speer
This article was published on 05.29.08
Butte County registrar Candace Grubbs gives her take on Tuesday’s primary election.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Blacksmithing is hard, hot, dirty work, but as many fairgoers learned, this couple makes it entertaining.
By Tang Lor
The legendary singer and storyteller U. Utah Phillips has died.
By Alan Sheckter
Wes Dempsey is again honored for his lifetime of teaching, in and out of the classroom.
By Bryce Benson
The District 4 supervisor candidates’ forum was full of interesting surprises, thanks to one candidate’s unusual style.
By Robert Speer
Care about air quality? You might want to attend this workshop.
After 13 years on the school board, CUSD trustee Rick Anderson has decided not to seek re-election.
After running into heated opposition, the county’s Department of Behavioral Health has a new proposal for cutting its budget.
Take a peek at crime stats for 2007.
Couple drives 23,000 miles around the country and into Canada on veggie oil.
Bush appointees under investigation for tainting rulings on endangered species.
As gas prices soar, so do sales of hybrid vehicles.
Ignoring global warming will result in devastating financial woes.
Trade your excess fruits and veggies at Chico’s gardeners’ swap meet.
Yes, it’s not a very exciting election—but there’s still good reason to vote.
Now there’s incontrovertible proof that the Bush administration authorized torture: the testimony of hundreds of FBI agents.
Sexy centerfolds aren’t just for the Man Shed—they also appeal to women who look at them the right way.
By Robin Epley
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Shubert’s Kasey Cowan savors the national acclaim her ice cream shop received on its 70th birthday, thanks to Good Morning America‘s contest.
Truth and consequences from everyday lives.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Vicariously vent frustrations through contrarian candidates, then get real on election day.
Local gallery curator’s first film up for an award at international festival.
By Craig Blamer
Arts DEVOte looks ahead to next school year’s Chico Performances schedule. Plus, summer camps for kids and Fresh Ink.
By Jason Cassidy
In search of the perfect vegetarian burrito in a town with endless choices.
By Tom Blodget
Indiana Jones finds true fortune and glory over Memorial Day weekend; a little rain doesn’t keep a good bluegrass band down; and some Americans still have it out for the mighty buffalo.
By Mark Lore
Author gets even weirder in his ninth novel.
Duo brings tension to the table.
By Ryan Foley
Group brings its ‘aw shucks’ attitude to CD.
Ride the Blinds once again raises a ruckus at its home away from home.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Chico’s newest sushi restaurant is a relaxing alternative.
By Rosemarie Zoilus
The whip-cracking archeologist is back, and damn if it isn’t a good time.
Norah Jones and director Kar Wai Wong offer a warm slice of life tale.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A welcome hint at the entertainment we had as kids.
By Matthew Craggs
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Meredith J. Cooper
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