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This article was published on 10.23.08
A detailed look at where the eight Chico City Council candidates stand on 10 important issues.
By Robert Speer
Five distinct candidates—just one an incumbent—vie for two seats on the Chico school board.
By Evan Tuchinsky
How the five vying for Chico Unified School District trustee seats responded to the CN&R’s questionnaire.
California voters face one of the most complex and controversial sets of propositions in recent history. Help is here.
From the U.S. presidency to Paradise school board, here’s who we recommend.
Chicoans’ favorites for council and boards.
Two weeks before Election Day, the Chico City Council—liberal majority included—comes down solidly on the side of a local business.
After his only son was killed in a senseless shooting, Azim Khamisa dedicated himself to forgiveness as a way to break the cycle of violence.
By Ginger McGuire
Chico attorney Ron Reed believes it’s important to die broke, which is why he’s spending his own money to provide Tanzanian villagers with clean water.
By Laura Male
Local voters find they’ve been inactivated. Butte County Registrar Candace Grubbs says not to panic, there’s a simple explanation.
SEIU local announces its 200 municipal employees will forgo their raises for two years to help Chico balance the budget.
City Council decides to designate Chico as “Fair Trade Town.”
Not really …
New eco-friendly Gaia Hotel in Anderson has taken great measures to embrace the Earth and its guests.
By Christy Lochrie
Sustainable Space, a collaboration of two Chico State building professors, is set to launch in the News & Review’s Green Guide.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s global warming law gets closer to reducing California’s emissions.
Environmentalists say Dubai’s posh Atlantis hotel should free a whale shark from its aquarium.
Researchers worry about record numbers of dead endangered sea turtles found along a Mexican coastline.
Open up your Farmer’s Almanac for gardening styles based on astrological signs.
With nearly one-fourth of the world’s mammals threatened with extinction, it’s time to act.
Naturalist, photographer, community-builder John Cowan was never a wealthy man, but he was rich in the way that really matters.
Chico doesn’t just become an arts town for Artoberfest and Art 1st Saturday.
By Elizabeth Daniels
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Oziel Magaña serves up coffee and paninis while offering individuals with disabilities a place to work.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Looks like I’m gonna vote this time. And the winner (relatively speaking) is …
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Editor sheds light on CN&R endorsements that may raise eyebrows, if not hackles.
Inaugural Chico Glass Fest brings world-famous glass artists to town during Artoberfest.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Calendar of events for Chico Glass Fest 2008.
New plays at the Blue Room and Chico State have fun with murder.
By Jason Cassidy
Blue Room gears up for “dark half” of the year with annual Samhain celebration.
“Don’t be evil,” Arts DEVO says, “vote NO on Proposition 8.” Also, performance artist Tim Miller and author David Sedaris.
Should watching two Fudgehogs romance each other be this erotic?
By Matthew Craggs
Wondering what happened to mag-world darling Tina Brown after Talk folded? Wonder no longer…
No Deliverance crew will kick Gavin Rossdale’s arse!
By Mark Lore
Inspired music from an inspirational woman, jazz-blues phenom Melody Gardot.
Henri keeps warm with soupe au pistou.
By Henri Bourride
Oliver Stone comes up lame with ‘sketchy, half-baked’ Bush biopic.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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