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A young soldier’s superiors ignore her pleas for help, and then she’s killed.
By John Lasker
This article was published on 05.04.17
No help for disintegrating streets in city’s proposed 2017-18 budget.
By Howard Hardee
University investigates student complaint that a professor’s comments were racist.
By Gabriel Sandoval
By Evan Tuchinsky
CN&R’s biweekly rundown of news out of the Trump White House and Congress.
By Melissa Daugherty
Butte County Chief Administrative Officer Paul Hahn announces plans to retire in October.
Azad’s Martial Arts Center selected as Make a Difference Day winner.
Chico police arrest man for allegedly kicking statue of Gen. Vang Pao.
Survey of college freshmen finds political, gender gaps.
Chico Unified School District bakery serves up sustainable, nutritious foods to local campuses.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Can dogs really sniff cancer? Chico trainer takes a big step toward convincing authorities.
How the impact of walking stimulates blood flow in the brain.
As 1078 Gallery looks for a new home, it will need community support.
Jimmy Kimmel’s emotional story about his infant son gets to the core of the health care law’s intent.
Land of the free and home of the spied upon.
By Corey Finnegan
Mild temps, getting to know neighbors, and updates at CN&R.
Lucy Parks has made it her mission to save Chico pets from euthanasia.
By Whitney Garcia
Wingman Chico swoops in on Aonami’s old Nord spot; recycle into art at the Chico Mall; and Lulus beautifies the neighborhood.
Musical comedy about corporate America is a welcome throwback.
By Carey Wilson
Spring in Chico—lots of art, good music and a visit from David Lynch.
By Jason Cassidy
The intertwined lives of Ernest Hemingway and John Dos Passos.
By Ryan J. Prado
The ‘quiet country brilliance’ of Donald Beaman and The Spirit Molecules’ Duration.
By Conrad Nystrom
A rousing live recording from Dallas blues rocker Jim Suhler.
By Miles Jordan
Trimpin and art of making music from everything.
A great dinner doesn’t have to take all night.
By Mark Lore
Loss and love in post-WWI Germany.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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