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Experts weigh in with self-improvement strategies for 2018.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 01.18.18
Following passionate public comment, Oroville council votes to move forward on commercial cannabis.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Judge rules against city, deems Move the Junkyard referendum valid.
By Robert Speer
Tensions rise over Chico Scrap Metal after City Council talks arts funding, appoints new fire chief.
By Howard Hardee
Jennifer Griggs named coordinator for the Butte Countywide Homeless Continuum of Care.
Pleasant Valley High School students win a $1,000 scholarship for a video highlighting Chico Area Recreation and Park District.
Butte County agencies to receive nearly a million dollars for efforts to fight homelessness.
Americans report a lower well-being score for the first time in three years.
Crowd gathers in downtown Chico to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday.
Jamie Johansson, of Lodestar Farms, shares his insights on the agriculture industry as the new president of the California Farm Bureau Federation.
By Ashiah Scharaga
What to know about this year’s influenza outbreak.
By Barbara Feder Ostrov
Pointers for handwashing—the single best way to avoid getting sick.
Kudos to the City Council for exploring commercial cannabis.
Trump’s coarse language is one of the many indicators of the disease of racism that has overtaken the White House.
Historic but long-ignored neighborhood is in dire need of help.
By Molly Amick
A handy guide to self-improvement; plus two contentious council meetings.
By Melissa Daugherty
Two sisters share magic through costume parties.
La Flor de Michoacán expands; Smoker’s Choice moves in; there’s a new Taqueria in town; and poke to replace Wok ‘n’ Roll.
Monca hosts interactive 1078 Gallery pop-up.
By Saunthy Singh
Rest in peace, Moriss Taylor.
By Jason Cassidy
Amazon’s Marvelous Mrs. Maisel series gets it due recognition at Golden Globes.
Aggressively catchy debut from Saents.
By Robin Bacior
One half of the dual-album debut from Empathy Test.
Creation is the end game for Josh Hodges of STRFKR.
Diving into the deep end of beer making.
By Alastair Bland
A history lesson in the continuing battle for freedom of the press.
By Bob Grimm
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