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The winning poems for 2012.
This article was published on 10.18.12
Poetry 99: adults.
Poetry 99: high school.
Poetry 99: junior high.
Poetry 99: kids.
Two initiatives could change how Californians view law and order.
By Raheem F. Hosseini
Willows publisher’s court case gets national attention.
By Tom Gascoyne
State Department of Fish and Game changes its name.
By Alastair Bland
With new owners, Chico Mall gets a major makeover, welcomes new lessees.
By Kjerstin Wood
Police Department’s stats show significant decrease in overall crime.
Tri Counties Bank agrees to settlement in class action suit.
Who’s contributing the most to Chico City Council candidates’ campaign? Here’s the list.
Cultivating Community NV offers a free Oct. 20 workshop on edible perennialswith GRUB Grown’s Sherri Scott.
By Claire Hutkins Seda
Feds set 285,000 acres aside for solar-energy development.
New U.N. report finds food becoming more expensive globally.
Environmental groups challenge lawsuit filed by off-roaders.
Author/food activist Michael Pollan points out that Prop. 37 (hopefully) threatens to take the fight for the right to good food into the national arena.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
City begins leaf collection program.
Northern Valley Indian Health will take over ownership of the Enloe Children’s Health Center.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Knuckle-cracking does not cause arthritis, and other health myths.
Survey finds fewer young adults reporting recent medication abuse.
The Chico hospital receives federal recognition for organ donation.
Shift to county jails problematic for special-needs inmates.
There are many reasons to abolish the death penalty, but supporters of Proposition 34 are emphasizing its outlandish cost.
The billionaire who owns Mercury Insurance is spending a fortune to manipulate the insurance market via Proposition 33. Don’t fall for it.
As it did with prisons, the state is realigning behavioral-health care to give more responsibility—and funding—to counties. It’s time for the Board of Supervisors to act.
By Ken Fleming
Chico State’s Michael Perelman is the man when it comes to the economy.
By Dane Stivers
Win some, lose some.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
The race to replace Wally Herger is getting more interesting by the day.
By Robert Speer
Inspire School’s wacky and uplifting production of You Can’t Take it With You.
By Jason Cassidy
Things are still sunny!
A former CN&R editor has written a quietly profound novel about dying.
Frank Ocean debuts with a splash.
By Lucas Sarcona
Metal dude listens to soul, writes sad country songs.
By Ken Smith
Chico Baking Company’s treats as good if not better than non-vegan options.
Ben Affleck directs riveting hostage-rescue thriller.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Less flavor than a watered-down Shining.
By Craig Blamer
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