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Eight locals who are likely to make headlines next year.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia, Howard Hardee, Jason Cassidy, Ken Smith, and Melissa Daugherty
This article was published on 01.02.14
Saturday farmers’-market supporters announce plans to stay in place.
By Tom Gascoyne
Sex workers may soon be eligible for victim-compensation program.
By Raheem F. Hosseini
Local outdoor expert Jake Palazzo retires after decades working at Mountain Sports.
By Howard Hardee
State ballot initiatives get the go-ahead for signature collection.
By Howard Hardee, and Tom Gascoyne
Fresh out of jail, a convicted car thief steals another car.
The owner of a Papua New Guinea palm-oil company sends a letter to Chico State’s president.
Local author and CN&R contributor Neal Wiegman dies at age 69.
A majority of families eats dinner together regularly.
A look back at some of the sustainability-related happenings of last year.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
London and other big European cities are told to drastically cut air pollution by 2020 or be fined.
Rivers in the U.S.’ northeast are becoming saltier and more toxic due to salt runoff from roads.
San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors may ban the sale of plastic water bottles on city property.
Cultivating Community Advocates awards its second round of food-security grants to three local nonprofit organizations.
Seemingly small things you can do to help save the climate.
A recently retired local pulmonologist is honored by his Enloe Medical Center colleagues.
By Evan Tuchinsky
A new report refutes the notion that the holidays are accompanied by a spike in suicide rates.
Many Californians will remain uninsured despite the Affordable Care Act.
Karen DeSalvo is the new national coordinator for health information technology.
Despite a lack of jobs, House Republicans are booting millions off of unemployment.
The EPA’s approval of another neonicotinoid pesticide jeopardizes our food system.
Why the Palestinian Action Group is focusing on SodaStream.
By Sandra O’Neill
Taking a stab at the likely candidates for the upcoming primary and general elections.
By Melissa Daugherty
Heroes Corner is the newest gaming store in Chico.
By Vic Cantu
History of Porters in America.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
A new documentary film by Benicia journalist and filmmaker John Beck looks at the life of the monks of the Abbey of New Clairvaux in nearby Vina.
By Alastair Bland
The year in words from the mouth of Arts DEVO.
By Jason Cassidy
The book on gaming the online-dating sites.
By Charles H. Peckham V
Carcass cuts like a series of scary-looking surgical knives.
By Mark Lore
More Art Pepper released.
By Miles Jordan
A look ahead at what’s shiny and new in music for early 2014.
Henri takes a trip for Dungeness season, and shares his favorite San Francisco treat.
By Henri Bourride
Morality gets trampled by the pack in Martin Scorsese’s epic ’90s party.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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