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The activist known as Bidder 70 reflects on civil disobedience, his time in prison and the fight against climate change.
By Sarah van Gelder
This article was published on 08.07.14
On the scene in North Carolina at the grand opening of Sierra Nevada’s new brewery.
By Jason Cassidy
Butte County firms get big bucks to fight fracking ban.
By Leslie Layton
Council rejects annexation of housing development along Chico’s urban-ag boundary.
By Howard Hardee
After 14 years of activity, the Paradise Center for Tolerance and Nonviolence is restructuring to become Ridge Coalition for Peace and Justice.
By Ken Smith
Low water forces closure of Lake Oroville boat ramp.
City Council continues recycling company appeal.
A local activist has accused Chico’s board of Brown Act violations.
Most American adults admit to drinking alcohol.
Oroville woman rescues the animals, which in turn rescue their human companions.
By Rachel Bush
Simplified resuscitation technique focuses on blood flow, not breathing.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Skin cancer strikes overlooked, unprotected areas.
State Board of Pharmacy punts decision on translating Rx directions.
Many parents taken aback when docs tell them their children are obese.
California may experiment with paramedics as primary caregivers.
Obama’s threat of an immigration order should be a wake-up call that Congress isn’t doing enough.
California, by not abandoning the death penalty, remains in the ranks of nations like China, Iran and North Korea.
Delay of a local vote on fracking is a deterioration of our civil rights.
By Jimi Gomez
Ag helped build Chico, and that was apparent at Tuesday’s City Council meeting when the Greenline prevailed.
By Melissa Daugherty
Maldeep Singh endures the elements with a smile and a dance.
Chico has a new sports-focused bar and restaurant and might get yet another one.
By Toni Scott
CN&R homies on the arts calendar.
Box-o-comics on your doorstep.
By Matthew Craggs
FX is taking its time, too much time, with The Strain.
Greg Cartwright reigns again.
By Mark Lore
Vision questing with L.A. psychedelic western band Spindrift.
Inaugural funk festival comes to the Feather River.
By Ashiah Scharaga
A call to seafood action.
By Henri Bourride
Despite The Mouse, James Gunn’s comic-book flick is a blast.
By Craig Blamer
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