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CN&R writer grapples with grief after the loss of his brother.
By Ken Smith
This article was published on 06.19.14
Aggressive plan to fully staff police department moves forward as council outlines budget.
By Howard Hardee
City Council adopts initiative to keep the Saturday farmers’ market in place.
By Tom Gascoyne
Lawsuit seeking to regulate water transfers filed in federal court.
By Alastair Bland
Oroville branch of the Butte County Library gets a face lift.
By Cookie Arnett
Chico State president responds to student request to divest from fossil fuel industry.
City Council reduces funding for Chico library.
City Council votes to move forward with department reorganization.
A shooting a week in American schools.
Scientists blame disappearance of Central Valley fog on climate change.
By Marianne Werner
More docs weighing expense to patients when deciding best course of treatment.
By Evan Tuchinsky
How unresolved grief can manifest itself.
American College of Surgeons recognizes hospital as Level II Trauma Center.
California Supreme Court rejects appeal of Medi-Cal reimbursement ruling.
Artisanal cheese industry up in arms over FDA statement.
Approving a six-year lease was the way to go—now, go forward with an open mind.
The U.S. has no business going back to the country.
Call the authorities if you see a pet locked in a vehicle.
By Shannon Rooney
I wanted to go all-electric, but had to settle for hybrid.
By Melissa Daugherty
Lee Green, aka Pirate Captain Greybeard, on how he came to be a sword-fighting swashbuckler.
By Catherine Beeghly
Finding delicious, artisanal flavors right here in the North State at Pedrozo Dairy & Cheese Co.
By Meredith J. Graham
Crazy humor carries the day at festival of one-acts.
By Robert Speer
New, big shows coming to Chico.
By Jason Cassidy
Very basic and very addictive.
By Matthew Craggs
Derivative but fun psychedelia from The Black Keys.
Five new extended live jams from tenor sax giant Sonny Rollins.
By Miles Jordan
Los Angeles’ Lolipop Records parks its garage in Chico.
By Mark Lore
Local beer drinkers thirsty for Russian River brews as Chico’s taps run dry.
Action and comedy drive this sequel.
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