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My family, religion and me.
By Todd Walton
This article was published on 06.02.11
Bernie Vigallon, retiring architect of Chico’s alternative ed programs, will be remembered and greatly missed.
By Leslie Layton
Can professional signature-gatherers be trusted to explain a ballot measure? No way, says one local expert.
By Robert Speer
The No on Measure A camp is filing a complaint alleging a campaign violation by Measure A proponents.
By Melissa Daugherty
Melina Zancanella, who started a Gay-Straight Alliance chapter at Oroville High, gets the ACLU on her side.
By Joshua Emerson Smith
Controversial medi-pot ordinance and sewer rates top the Chico City Council’s June 7 agenda.
Fight over proposed Orland Crystal Geyser plant goes to court.
Orland police chief accused of mishandling department money.
How support for Sarah Palin and Mitt Romney varies among conservatives depending on the issue.
Paradise couple follows social-sustainability calling to provide food-relief for needy Ridge residents.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Indonesian conservation group’s survey reveals healthy reefs, but problems, too.
Devoted rainforest activist and his wife are murdered in Brazilian Amazon.
Eleven Chico State engineering students awarded for human-powered vehicle.
Frugal House 2011 raises money for North State Symphony with super-good deals on refurbished furniture.
Easy steps to water conservation.
Local couple pen new version of the Tao Te Ching devoted to assisting caregivers.
By Evan Tuchinsky
You can get sunburned in just 15 minutes. Here’s how to avoid it.
Canadian-developed app lets doctors recommend stroke treatment from afar.
UCSF study shows kids who beat cancer are at risk for gastrointestinal problems.
Major drugstore tests fresh-food program in Bay Area stores.
Opposition to Measure A is strong, but will people vote?
Bill puts pressure on business to support tax extensions.
University president argues that students who vote in local elections are also the ones who participate in community affairs.
By Paul Zingg
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
A recent Chico State grad launches ‘Chico Feet’ branding company.
By Stacey Kennelly
Politics and crime.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
More on Measure A, and the CN&R plays golf.
It’s great, but it also sucks.
By Jason Cassidy
By Jaime O'Neill
Fred Hersch overcomes illness to record live disc.
By Miles Jordan
Children’s songs for big and small.
By Ken Smith
Texas’ favorite sons get their twang back.
By Mark Lore
’Tis the season for the mighty porcini mushroom.
By Alastair Bland
The Hangover debauchery continues in Thailand.
By Meredith J. Graham
Panda zen. Back in black (and white)
By Rachel Bush
A quick and easy nugget of film goodness or badness.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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