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This article was published on 12.27.12
CN&R editors select the biggest local stories of the year.
By CN&R Staff
Seriously, it’s hard to believe some of this happened.
Chico’s take on pink slime, corporate personhood and much, much more …
Chickens in the garden prove beneficial in multitudinous ways.
By Carla Resnick
China plans on leveling 700 mountains for urban expansion.
Manure hormones could be skewing sex ratios in agricultural streams.
Executive order protects portion of California’s coastal waters.
Downtown icon The Bookstore has until Feb. 4 to raise the $35,000 needed to keep its doors open.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
The correct methods for getting rid of your Christmas tree after the holidays.
Patients and doctors alike are using smartphones and other mobile devices to access health information.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Useful home remedies to get rid of indigestion.
12 state hospitals fined a total of $785,000 for violations.
Appeals court approves possible 10 percent reimbursement cut.
Enloe Medical Center and Ampla Health join forces in Los Molinos.
Know where we can find 100,000 police officers and the money to pay for them?
The governor says expanding Medi-Cal would be too costly, but his figure is wrong. We hope he’s just finessing the feds.
The author says children in Connecticut and throughout the world need space and compassion to live beyond this tragedy.
By Doug Alexander
Local nutritionist and soon-to-be life coach shares her zest for life with others.
By Catherine Beeghly
My clothes over the years.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Whatever or whoever God is, words can’t convey the infinite.
By Robert Speer
2012 superwinners are …
By Jason Cassidy
Diana Krall digs up the old 78s.
By Jaime O'Neill
Sonic rumblings from Basque Country.
By Mark Lore
Calling all local bands: Get in the game, already!
Rediscovering the mysterious, oft-maligned syrah grape.
By Alastair Bland
CN&R lead film critic Juan-Carlos Selznick looks at 2012’s cinematic highlights.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Tom Cruise fills big shoes in uneven action thriller.
By Craig Blamer
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