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Once again the CN&R offers one of Zu Vincent’s delightful stories set during the holiday season.
By Zu Vincent
This article was published on 12.20.12
Former Chicoan Troy Williams describes his military service in Iraq and Afghanistan.
By Tom Gascoyne
Build.com founder Christian Friedland opens up about e-businesses’ battle against dodgy patent lawsuits.
By Ken Smith
The Esplanade House faces budget cuts, appeals for volunteers.
By Howard Hardee
Councilwoman Ann Schwab’s proposal to establish an ad hoc committee to bring city leadership to the homelessness issue failed, but it did spark a long-overdue discussion.
By Robert Speer
Eight Butte County Walgreens stores part of lawsuit settlement ordering Walgreen Co. to pay $16.57 million for environmental violations.
Longtime Planning Commissioner Dave Kelley calls it quits.
Chris Moore-Backman is the new director of the Chico Peace & Justice Center.
More Americans put off medical care due to the pricetag.
Seven easy tips for a greener holiday season.
By MaryRose Lovgren
Texas landowner claims TransCanada lied about transporting crude oil.
Gas-fired plants must back up wind, solar installations.
Popular Yellowstone wolf is victim of wolf hunt.
Classical singer Shyla Nelson’s synchronized One Earth. One Voice. event on Dec. 21 aims for planetary healing.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Tips galore for keeping the holidays eco-friendly.
Nonprofit foundation offers free help to parents of developmentally disabled children.
By Catherine Beeghly
Seven health-promoting foods to indulge in over the holidays.
Ad campaign highlights suicide warning signs, how to help.
Bay Area residents breathe easy compared to those in Southern California.
Study looks at the potential role of social media in the fight against obesity.
Britain’s largest bank spent years laundering drug-cartel and terrorist money, but nobody is going to jail for it.
If any good is to come from the Newtown massacre, we must turn our sadness into action.
Why do we make it so easy for mad men to obtain weapons of mass killing?
By Jaime O'Neill
Retiring Chico Police Officer Linda McKinnon.
Contemplating the ragged holes.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
The president had it right: We must make an effort to lessen gun violence.
Chico artists share their stories in homegrown group show.
Holiday mix and a holiday tragedy.
By Jason Cassidy
Marriage is funny.
By Meredith J. Graham
Christmas jazz from Knoxville.
By Miles Jordan
Detroit, rock city!
By Mark Lore
The good, the bad and the typical of the Group Hug tour.
New Japanese restaurant is worth the drive to Paradise.
Peter Jackson stays true to Tolkein’s (and his own) vision of Middle Earth.
By Craig Blamer
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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