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CN&R editors pick the eight people who are likely to make news in the coming year.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia, Evan Tuchinsky, Jason Cassidy, Melissa Daugherty, Robert Speer, and Vic Cantu
This article was published on 01.06.11
Paradise family is on a mission to bring home Loren Harvey Jr., who disappeared nearly three months ago.
By Melissa Daugherty
Six Chico PD officers lose their jobs after a stalemate in contract negotiations with the city.
By Stacey Kennelly
Upcoming meeting to discuss impacts of pumping water from north to south.
By Meredith J. Cooper
There’s a lot of support for adding Bob Evans to the City Council, but most council members are resisting it—for now.
By Robert Speer
FBI agents link computer riddled with child porn to former Chico resident Amado Hernandez.
Chicoan Shawntel Newton makes her debut on ABC’s reality matchmaking show The Bachelor.
Fans of Chico’s Jerry Olenyn can now tune in to his new Christian radio program.
Recent rains have been kind to Lake Oroville.
Organic gardener David Grau hosts third annual gardening-class series at Chico Grange hall.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
New EPA committee gives tribes a say in chemical and pollution management.
Thousands of red-winged blackbirds fall from Arkansas sky on New Year’s Eve.
Food-and-learning complex is first of its kind in world to get highest LEED rating.
Chico Clean Creeks Calendar 2011 is available; plus, more squirrel-eating wisdom.
New year, new environmental battles.
Hypocrisy in the House: Is this really what the American people want?
Keeping smog levels down: How Chico can grow without making the air dirtier.
Should politicians decide who gets science funding? Or the experts?
By Michael Marchetti
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Robert Stiger’s chicosocial.com
Vigil: Signs, signs.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Want students to learn more? Start school later.
Artists of River Town organizes Oroville’s arts community.
By Vic Cantu
Arts DEVO rings in the new year looking ahead to the new art.
By Jason Cassidy
Deftones turn tragedy into good-and-heavy rock.
By Tyler Harbaugh
Teeny’s blues ambition.
By Miles Jordan
You better like Natalie.
By Jaime O'Neill
Red Tavern owners bring gourmet pies to Chico.
A critical look at the previews of the first films of 2011.
By Craig Blamer
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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