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Five awesome getaways within your reach.
By Becca Costello, Brad Bynum, Howard Hardee, Janelle Bitker, and Nick Miller
This article was published on 07.31.14
Ten don’t-miss camping destinations in Northern California and Northern Nevada.
By Nick Miller
Butte County Board of Supervisors delays fracking initiative.
By Tom Gascoyne
Prime migratory fish habitat in Battle Creek a little closer to restoration.
By Howard Hardee
Celebrating the six-month anniversaries of two successful downtown programs.
By Vic Cantu
Butte County ho-hum on water conservation while wildfires rage.
By Meredith J. Graham
The final of 14 defendants accused of running a mortgage fraud scheme has been convicted.
Chico State student arrested in May faces additional federal charges for importing drugs.
Man accused of starting Bully Fire charged with involuntary manslaughter.
Americans still opposed to lowering drinking age.
Five ways climate change could change what’s on the menu.
By Lorena Galliot
Local physicians discuss No. 1 patient complaint—lower-back pain.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Determining are the cause of your achy shins.
Debate emerges over whether pharmacists should translate drug labels.
Hundreds of thousands of mentally ill children in California go untreated.
Man dies of bubonic plague, state places dozens under quarantine.
The CN&R has long championed marijuana legalization at the federal level, and now The New York Times agrees.
If Chico leaders cannot bring public-safety costs to sustainable levels, they should learn more about contracting out services.
Atheists of Butte County has the right to give City Council invocation.
By George Gold
City Council election update, death by cops, and Ryan Adams.
By Melissa Daugherty
Kristy McCurry turns a love of art and design into a full-time gig decorating objects—and people.
By Ashiah Scharaga
‘Local’ placard gets author’s feathers in a ruffle.
LBJ again under the microscope at Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
By Robert Speer
Duffy’s and Arts DEVO, 25 years in Chico.
By Jason Cassidy
It’s the summer of 2014 and The New Yorker is free.
Weird Al, No. 1 for real.
By Matthew Craggs
Live at Biscuits & Blues with Rick Estrin and the boys.
By Miles Jordan
Paradise death-metal crew at the center of gritty Ridge metal scene.
California drought means early bumper crop of old-world fruit.
By Alastair Bland
Crash writer/director tells three different couples’ stories.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Luc Besson has some fun with Scarlett Johansson’s big brain.
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