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Cable’s greedy plan to destroy the Internet as we know it.
By Chris Parker
This article was published on 09.11.14
Butte College Athletics Department includes high-profile rape defendant on Roadrunner football roster, administration gives him the boot.
By Ken Smith
Family of man murdered at 7-Eleven says he has been unfairly characterized.
By Howard Hardee
It would amend a little-known Medi-Cal provision that allows state to seize assets after death.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Internal Affairs Committee goes for reduced military banner display.
By Tom Gascoyne
Firefighters respond to smoke alarm, save man and his dog.
Sheriff’s deputies discover corpse in burning vehicle.
Council candidate supported by 10 mayors.
Comedian’s skit helped bring attention to net neutrality.
Chico firefighters dedicate 9/11 memorial.
A new weekend festival aims to empower, connect local women.
By Claire Hutkins Seda
Cost is often a mystery until picking up your prescription.
New study shows alcohol abstention best for a healthy heart.
California’s obesity rate ranks fifth-lowest in the country.
Thousands unlawfully residing in California may lose health insurance.
Under new law, marijuana dispensaries in Berkeley will donate pot to the poor.
A nuanced approach is neccessary when dealing with the jihadist group.
The community college’s administration and athletics director should have known better than to allow an alleged rapist to participate in sports.
The city ought to do away with its current weak and polarizing form of government.
By Robert Speer
Last week’s column criticizing Rep. Doug LaMalfa and Chico E-R Editor David Little cut too close to the bone.
By Melissa Daugherty
Trisha Wells offers colorfully costumed characters for birthday parties and more.
By Catherine Beeghly
Getting a head start on the upcoming Sierra Oro Farm Trail.
By Meredith J. Graham
Paradise artist makes metal sculptures that will not last forever.
Settin’ fire to Chico’s music scene.
By Jason Cassidy
The crime that exposed the ‘secret FBI.’
Making cynics forget all about Amon Düül II.
By Mark Lore
Nevada City jammers kick up some dust on Stones to Sand.
By Alan Sheckter
Psychedelic light show steals the rock show at art gallery.
What to do with all that corn?!
By Henri Bourride
CN&R critic has to dig to find some of 2014’s best films.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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