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We have the winners for year four of the CN&R’s Poetry 99 contest.
This article was published on 10.21.10
Adult winners of 2010’s Poetry 99 contest.
Local seniors fight for the return of their weekly evening dance operated for decades at the CARD Community Center.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
The Sunshine Kids Club will now be known as the Sunshine Connection, but the mission of embracing children with disabilities and those without will remain.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Recent Sacramento State graduate gets a lesson from the bigwigs in the CSU system.
By Tyler Harbaugh
Chico City Council has nifty idea to solve backyard-chickens problem for now: Ignore the law!
By Melissa Daugherty
Prostitution ring and near-shooting keep law enforcement busy.
Princeton Review names Chico State’s College of Business as one of the top schools.
Renovated Chico State recording studio named in honor of Raymond Barker.
High labor costs, teacher salaries skew results.
Dan Cook’s idea to install roundabouts decongested Manzanita Avenue and saved trees.
By Vic Cantu
State-run hatcheries releasing eggs for spring return.
Electrical system allows them to shut off diesel engines while docked.
Some celebrate, some frown upon decision to lift offshore drilling ban in Gulf.
Learn more about solar power and Certified Fair Trade products.
Go with Fair Trade Certified chocolates this Halloween.
Believe it or not, this has been the most productive Congress in a half-century.
The cost could include the destruction of Mexico’s democracy.
Proposition 23 would let them pollute without paying.
By Dave Garcia
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
As the only woman at Chico State’s Meats Lab, Kayla Pauwels knows her cuts of beef, pork and lamb.
By Andrea LaVoy Wagner
I prefer the virtual kind.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
It causes him to speak out of both sides of his mouth.
By Robert Speer
Blue Room revisits Parisian horror theater, Le Grand Guignol.
By Alan Sheckter
Poetry, LeBron, Asskickers.
By Jason Cassidy
Ooh mooey mooey, mesa loves da Halo: Reach …
By Matthew Craggs
Azure Ray waits six years between albums.
By Shea Dillon
Carmen Souza pays tribute to her Cape Verdean lineage.
By Jaime O'Neill
Billy Bragg talks about new music, guitars for convicts and activism.
By Ken Smith
Henri gets a line on the Tackle Box Bar & Deli.
By Henri Bourride
A top-flight crew of actors has fun blowing up stuff.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Jackass 3-D adds little to the franchise’s memorable comedy moments.
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
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