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State Senate candidates Keene and LaMalfa share core conservative values but have much different approaches.
By Evan Tuchinsky
This article was published on 06.03.10
DA has two challengers for the first time in his long career.
By Tom Gascoyne
Ramsey opens own wallet to match Daniel.
By Robert Speer
What impact will Tea Partiers have on these local contests?
A quick reference to the five props on the June ballot.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Our recommendations for the June 8 ballot.
By CN&R Staff
The Goddess Temple was built without a use permit, county planners say, and the man who built it works to rectify what he calls a misunderstanding.
By Shannon Rooney
The Outlaws’ new female pitcher ignites a media frenzy.
By Thomas Lawrence
Council moves forward with diversity plan despite criticism.
Chilly spring has warm-weather crops waiting for sunshine.
By Howard Hardee
Butte Humane Society plans to open spay-and-neuter clinic to house cats and relieve overcrowding at current facility.
National conservation organization again names the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta system as one of the nation’s most endangered rivers.
Locals honored by Chico Heritage Association for their work restorating historic buildings.
Chico State collects more than 20,000 pounds of student trash.
Matthew Martin of Pyramid Farms takes on the CSA model.
By Melissa Daugherty
Shell Oil says it is “disappointed” by Greenpeace.
Only 8 percent are recommended by the Environmental Working Group.
Hefty rebates available to install water-heating systems.
Roses, strawberries and Chico’s unseasonably balmy weather.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Deepwater Horizon leak climbs up list of all-time spills.
The members of the CN&R’s editorial board have made the following endorsements…
With water as with oil, caution should come first.
By Elizabeth Deveraux
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Mark Anthony sells pins and shirts in hopes of raising awareness about legalizing marijuana.
By Nick Dobis
He’s going to vote. So now what?
By Anthony Peyton Porter
The current balance of influence would be lost without Dolan.
Slammin’, head-banging and rockin’ to Sleighbells.
By Jason Cassidy
Open your eyes to the war in Afghanistan.
By Jaime O'Neill
From Sweden, with impeccable style.
By Willow Sharkey
CN&R music critic looks back at 20 years of Monday-night concerts in Sierra Nevada’s taproom.
By Miles Jordan
Portland’s Monarques puts together throwback sound and lands on National Public Radio in one year’s time.
By Mark Lore
Henri falls for established Paradise Mexican restaurant, La Posada.
By Henri Bourride
Best Foreign Film Oscar winner is smart, arty detective story.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
The TARDIS lands in Denmark, the final frontier …
By Matthew Craggs
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