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We know the Chico Police had a violent encounter that led to a hospital stay and an arrest. From there, the truth gets fuzzier …
By Jaime O'Neill
This article was published on 08.28.08
Commission’s 4-3 approval of courses in Upper Park shifts the focus to the Chico City Council.
By Robert Speer
Newly created Department of Science Education focuses on making the subject less daunting for educators—and, by extension, their students.
By Evan Tuchinsky
A group of Chicoans has formed in opposition to mosquito pesticide spraying to stop West Nile virus.
By Ginger McGuire
It took more than a decade for Dan Brocchini just to get a diagnosis of his mental illness. Then he killed himself.
Growth or no growth? Growth, the majority of commissioners say, both in population and land.
Though he’s stepping down as president of the defending Golden Baseball League champs, he’s sticking with CEPCO and the Linscheid Co.
Retired prof Valene Smith Posey gives Chico State University $3 million.
Corning couple’s herd proves an environmentally friendly alternative to traditional vegetation removal—an added upside during this perilous fire season.
By Melissa Daugherty
Plastic retailers and manufacturers sue Manhattan Beach over bag ban.
Increasingly, women are opting for enviro-friendly menstrual cups.
Congress could be on the verge of protecting a huge expanse of California wilderness.
At Uptown Liz your purchases will benefit good works.
Nobody likes Gov. Schwarzenegger’s latest budget compromise, including us, but it or something like it should be approved—and soon.
Obama’s VP pick is complementary without being overly complimentary.
As has happened in Yuba and El Dorado, the state may strip Butte County of its authority over mining operations, due to the Board of Supervisors’ disputed vote.
By Richard Meyers
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Robert Whitmarsh has sold thousands of glass objects all over the world.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Most of us work … whether we like it or not.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
It’s time to have a task force or commission to reassure Chicoans that their police department is all it should be.
Ikoshy Montoya gets invited to Kazakhstan to the International Plein Aire of Artists festival.
By Alan Sheckter
Fixated with flight attendants; Bauman goes country; and students are goin’ Chico.
By Mark Lore
Maryland’s Clutch go double-live gonzo with DVD/CD set.
Take off your coat, put on a cardigan. It’s time for jazz.
By Matthew Craggs
At 80, jazz pianist Martial Solal plays with the energy of four 20-year-olds.
By Miles Jordan
British songstress throws her heartbreak into the pavements.
Zach Zeller goes solo but still likes to share.
Broken Strings III brings largest, most diverse roster of music.
By Sergy El-Morshedy
Summer is winding down, but local Farmers Markets are still going.
By Henri Bourride
A real look at the jock, the princess, the freak and the rebel.
By Craig Blamer
Rainn Wilson’s one-man show is formulaic, but fun.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
Goin’ Chico 2008: let the CN&R be your guide to the attractions.
By CN&R Staff
Adventures in Chico eateries where you can really get your greasy grub on.
By Monica Unhold
Hold on tight for a wild ride through Chico’s party culture.
With all the historic buildings still left in Chico, it’s easy to imagine life in the 19th century.
Chico’s ghostly places and other mysteries.
Pick up some Chico-centric souvenirs before you leave.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Bar Olympics: Ten saloons, 10 events … who will be victorious?
By Mark Lore, Melissa Daugherty, and Meredith J. Cooper
Famous faces, from Chico State elite to policy-makers and other quasi-celebrities.
Starting a band: A 12-step program for the rookie rocker.
Chico State programs to get you out and about.
By Stephanie Maynard
Step right up to view the pierced woman, the tattooed man and the ones holding the needles.
How to choose the right housing and move out unscathed.
Professor calls upon newbies to discover Chico’s hidden charms.
By Matt Brown
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