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A day at the Chico Gun Show, two months after the Sandy Hook shootings.
By Jaime O'Neill
This article was published on 03.14.13
When it comes to the impact guns have on the United States, the numbers tell the story.
For years Butte County has had a problem with gulls at its landfill. This year it’s trying a natural remedy, birds of prey, with great success.
By Tom Gascoyne
County employees consider new union representation.
By Ken Smith
New City Manager Brian Nakamura has been getting some bad press lately. Some city employees are trying to change that.
By Robert Speer
Chicoan Christina Stoimenova looks to hometown to help orphan children.
By Melissa Daugherty
Chico Unified School District awarded for sustainable facility.
Butte Environmental Council offers blood tests for cogeneration-plant neighbors.
A Chico grad died during Marine training on March 11.
Nationally, seven in 10 adults support increasing minimum wage to $9 an hour.
Tips on making eco-friendly choices when you buy fish.
By Jaqueline Church
Davis, Woodland to draw water from Sacramento River.
Extensive State Department report suggests pipeline project won’t affect climate.
New cabinet members expected to combat climate change.
Charles Eisenstein’s March 7 Skype talk at Chico State focuses on unsustainable nature of extraction-based economy.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
East Coast chef gets inventive to offer sustainable sushi.
In advance of Enloe Medical Center’s upcoming health-education event, local health experts discuss ways to maintain good health.
By Evan Tuchinsky
North State scores low on Well-Being Index.
Chemical group sues to keep BPA off toxins registry.
Spending on health programs exceeds state general fund budget.
Chemical in red wine, dark chocolate could find pharmaceutical niche.
The goals of Clean and Safe Chico are worthy, but they should encompass all the problems facing the community, not just transients.
His old-fashioned, 13-hour speech focused much-needed attention on the extreme expansion of executive power undergirding America’s drone assassination program.
Agriculture is California’s No. 1 industry, but oil companies are threatening it with impunity.
By Dave Garcia
Reed Rickmers talks about a new poetry performance event at Café Flo.
By Shannon Rooney
The author goes through his mail.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Robert Speer is retiring as CN&R editor at the end of May, and this week he uses his column to introduce his successor.
Ambitious Hamlet spin-off is both fun and frustrating.
By Jason Cassidy
An unbelievable coincidence.
A new flavor of cumbia.
More moody indie-pop please.
By Jacob Sprecher
A tip of the jazz cap to poet Wislawa Szymborksa.
Chico State’s oft-forgotten pipe organ to shine at Bach Fest.
Barleywines abound as season winds down.
By Alastair Bland
Noirish story of revenge is not your typical mob thriller.
By Craig Blamer
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
By Rachel Bush
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