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Falling in love with other sweet creatures of the pet world.
This article was published on 06.08.17
Living with alpacas, the ‘productive pets.’
By Evan Tuchinsky
Chico’s Rat Lady offers advice on your new pet.
By Vic Cantu
Life is good with Pumpkin the miniature horse.
By Melissa Daugherty
Winners of the CN&R’s cutest pet photo contest.
The latest Point-in-Time Census and Survey Report finds homelessness is primarily homegrown in Butte County.
By Ken Smith
Council moves forward on waste-hauling franchise deal, approves 2017-18 budget.
By Howard Hardee
Report says California native salmon, steelhead and trout species will shrink by three-fourths in 100 years.
By Michael Mott
Mall anchor tops list of nationwide closures; local sister store Kmart safe (for now).
Butte County Grand Jury issues an early report that criticizes firefighting decisions.
Downtown water towers among four slated for removal due to seismic concerns.
ASPCA reports decreased euthanasia at animal shelters.
Invasive red-eared sliders—introduced to waterways as released pets—decimate native western pond turtle populations.
Lori Wells educates pet parents with classes offering answers but also questions to ask vets.
Owning pets can boost your health.
Paris Agreement withdrawal in keeping with retrograde climate of Trump.
The folks experiencing homelessness aren’t out-of-towners, they’re our neighbors.
Leaving your furry friends in vehicles this time of year will have devastating consequences.
By Tracy Mohr
Two local publications bite the CN&R’s style; plus, councilman cuts creepers.
Retired Chico firefighter John Maretti teaches animal rescue and practices it with his nonprofit North Valley Animal Disaster Group.
The flavors of Turkey, Jordan, Italy and France take over downtown.
By Meredith J. Cooper
A look at the year in film—and film-like TV—so far.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Arts DEVO heads to Europe and Electric Canyon studio moves to town.
By Jason Cassidy
Birth of the FBI.
By Brian Taylor
More barely controlled chaos from Chico’s The Americas.
By Conrad Nystrom
Indie sideman goes solo.
By Robin Bacior
Sacramento’s Destroy Boys ready to crush all.
By Mark Lore
The unpretentious (and enthusiastic!) Foodie Café.
By Tuck Coop
Wonder Woman saves the season.
By Bob Grimm
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