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New faces put a whole new spin on Chico State basketball.
By Evan Tuchinsky
This article was published on 09.11.08
Ten people to watch in Chico, and beyond, this sports season.
By Mark Lore, and Meredith J. Cooper
Chicoans and Packer fans have a love-hate relationship with the new starting quarterback.
By Josh Graham, and Luke Reid
In the air with the Bidwell Park Fliers.
By Robert Speer
Biggs-Gridley Memorial is scheduled to close in 2009, but not if residents have their way.
By Meredith J. Cooper
State Legislature fiddles while health-care providers go up in financial flames.
By Ginger McGuire
Sierra Pacific Industries has been hit by litigation twice in the past year from the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Local radio pioneer Gordon Greb holds a treasure from World War II, and its mystery is about to be revealed on History Detectives.
A new program that will allow some Butte College students to take Chico State University courses for no additional fees.
After two years, the weekly from former CN&R editors has called it quits.
A budget workshop Tuesday gave dismayed staffers and clients an opportunity to vent to county supervisors about the problems in the Department of Behavioral Health.
If money were no object, how would you play?
Hungry for more sustainable ventures, Chico State grows an educational garden.
By Melissa Daugherty
The University of Colorado scraps cafeteria trays; hands out Chico’s own reusable bags.
Fish lovers fight shark-deterrent nets Down Under.
Chico State’s former sustainability coordinator takes off for the East Coast.
Web sites promote unique products that benefit the world.
“Middle Park” comprises recreation spots many consider “Upper Park,” so where to draw the wilderness line?
In the seven years since Sept. 11, we’ve become ‘the United States of Fighting Terrorism'—but we could do that better if we become the leader in green energy and diminish petro-dictators’ clout.
A veteran of the newspaper biz fears for a future without hard-hitting reports that don’t fatten bottom lines.
By Ronald Angle
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Religious Studies prof Jed Wyrick teaches one of the more intriguing courses Chico State, focusing on the works of J.R.R. Tokien and C.S. Lewis.
By Stephanie Maynard
The trials and tribulations of those pearly whites.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
OK, let’s get serious: Wild-card VP pick isn’t funny enough to be a joker—and clearly no ace.
A look at the fall theater season in Butte County.
By Jason Cassidy
Why some things must stay in Chico, while others must go.
By Mark Lore
Alan Furst’s latest book shows why he may be America’s finest spy novelist.
Another way to play with your phone; a robotic suit that helps people; a phone made out of wood … that works; technology that helps with cell-phone signal; and the Wonderful Web Site of the Week.
By Morgan Paar
Latest from Tricky shows him going home, and getting gritty.
By Ryan Foley
What if James Blunt and Tracy Chapman had a son?
The brothers Garza latest is sweet and poppy … and back on the charts.
By Alan Sheckter
Nas talks about life, and why Barack Obama needs to be president.
By Sergy El-Morshedy
Longtime Oroville staple serves up classic Cantonese and Szechuan dishes.
By Henri Bourride
Another run-of-the-mill performance from Nic Cage in the Pang brothers’ run-of-the-mill action flick.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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