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A congressional fixture talks about war, health care and the incident that thrust him into the national spotlight.
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 11.05.09
Herger’s Chico office manager is his friendly connection to local constituents.
No surprise here: He’s a bedrock conservative.
Local rural communities will weigh in on paying for added fire protection.
By Robin Huffman
Harmonica legend Norton Buffalo succumbs to cancer.
By Jaime O'Neill
CN&R intern Nick Dobis is on the case.
By Nick Dobis
A new lease with the city will allow the Bidwell Golf Club to negotiatea better management contract in 2012.
By Robert Speer
Chairman to join other tribal leaders in meeting with president.
Butte County health officials organize school-based H1N1 clinics.
Department of Fish and Game opens a limited salmon season on the Sacramento River.
Long holiday weekend keeps Chico cops busy.
Daryl Hannah is a longtime crusader for environmental causes.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Paradise Intermediate School class implements “Greenovation” lighting program.
Chamber backs Obama to allot $3.4 million to modernizing U.S. power grid.
Greenpeace accuses Chinese factories of poisoning the country’s third-largest river.
Trade in Christmas lights, power drills for sustainable upgrade at Home Depot.
On health care, history is calling.
Police chief offers thoughtful take on Halloween.
Mary Flynn speaks out on her DUI arrest.
By Mary Flynn
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Tammy Furmanski launches her homemade, all-natural dog- and cat-treat business.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Taking the ‘buts’ out of ‘ifs’ and‘ands.’
By Anthony Peyton Porter
There’s a lack of leadership in Chico, and something should be done about it.
The Artistry joins the arts pack around the Junction in Chico.
Arts map is done, and other randomness.
By Jason Cassidy
Looking at 150 years of dying in California.
Stories about the life, and the truck, of Northern California’s Bob Woods.
More blues-lite on Tommy Castro’s 12th album.
By Miles Jordan
Garrett Gray and the Perpetual Drifters release new CD, Hopelessly Devoted.
By Ken Smith
The end of Gourmet magazine.
By Henri Bourride
Michael Jackson the artist is showcased in posthumous concert film.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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