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Chicoan Kari Keith talks about her marriage to an admitted kidnapper and rapist, and her resolve to not let his crimes define her family.
By Debra Lucero
This article was published on 09.18.14
Local physician assistant Lonnie Scott Keith cops to kidnappings, rape charges.
Chico State student and activist Marc Thompson, whose body was found in a burning car Sept. 3, is remembered as a strong voice for social justice.
By Ken Smith
Butte County district attorney’s investigation clears deputy’s kicking arrest.
By Tom Gascoyne
City Council admits no wrong amid allegations of violating open-meeting law.
By Howard Hardee
Local animal lover’s equine sanctuary takes shape.
By Melissa Daugherty
City Council votes to have members choose commissioners, signs over public TV station to nonprofit.
Chico State provost steps down after two years on the job.
Americans who exercise regularly report feeling better about their appearance.
Accident at Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve prompts changes in management.
Is there a link between drought and record levels of mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus?
By Evan Tuchinsky
Simple steps for staving off infection.
Another study suggests living near a natural gas well could be sickening.
Most workers in California are now legally due three paid sick days a year.
Gun assaults represent huge costs to hospitals and the public.
Yet another case of an exonerated death-row inmate underscores the flaws of capital punishment.
California’s nuclear-power plant isn’t designed to withstand earthquakes possible at that site.
Deeper discussion is needed for understanding issues in the Middle East.
By Linda Clark-Borre
A fascinating look at the life of the wife of an admitted kidnapper and rapist; and then there’s couch-burning.
Bill Gibson: fiddler and lifetime cyclist.
By Vic Cantu
Better head to Marie Callender’s while you can; and Big Al’s lives on.
By Toni Scott
Young actors create a rough but heartfelt portrayal of teen outsiders.
By Robert Speer
Talking whisky, “Baseball Jesus” and 25th anniversary with Duffy’s regulars.
Bleeding Track Star.
By Jason Cassidy
Lunch in a jar.
By Matthew Craggs
Scandinavian revenge tale.
U2’s free, new record is half good.
By Mark Lore
Hatch chiles are ripe and ready to order.
By Henri Bourride
A great ensemble cast navigates brash, uncomfortable and ultimately heartwarming family reunion.
By Jim Lane
Safety, odor and labeling are important when deciding where to keep your cannabis.
By N&R Publications
Our regional guide of places to go and things to do in Fall/Winter 2014.
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