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Local public agencies woefully inept regarding state public records law.
By Gabriel Sandoval
This article was published on 03.15.18
A rundown of local agencies’ responses to CN&R’s record requests.
A brief guide to California’s public records law.
In January, Mayor Sean Morgan floated a local community court concept, aimed at addressing quality-of-life crimes with resources and community service—could it work for Chico?
By Ashiah Scharaga
With women running for just about every office, will 2018 mark change in government?
By Meredith J. Cooper
In this land of great wealth, many lose grasp of the California dream.
By Amita Sharma
Behavioral Health mobile crisis team encourages barricaded suspect from home.
Halden Bret Calvert will lose his teaching credential and have to register as a sex offender, facing jail time, a $5,000 fine and restitution.
The hope is it will reduce collisions and fatalities.
Survey provides insight into American attitudes and behaviors six months after the Equifax data breach.
Environmental journalist Dahr Jamail joins Chico State for Sustainability conference hoping to inform, encourage climate change action.
Author revisits what made him drink—and stop drinking—almost a quarter century on.
By Jaime O'Neill
Use March as a springboard to nutritional health.
Seems clear to us that the conservative council has ulterior motives when it comes to term limits.
May we all inhabit a small bit of his universe.
Vowing to vote only for those who support humane answers to our world’s problems.
By Molly Amick
The flu and government accountability.
By Melissa Daugherty
Maren Wise, co-owner of Uncle Skinny’s, gives the CN&R the low down on the new downtown restaurant.
Hibachi Grill Buffet opens up; Toys R Us future looks bleak; Happy Birthday to La Comida and Oroville State Theatre.
Chico State troupe presents fantastical version of Shakespeare.
By Carey Wilson
By Jason Cassidy
Steel-cold and electric.
By Robin Bacior
Superchunk takes a fuzz pedal to politics.
By Conrad Nystrom
Listen to this one up close.
A slack-key tribute to iconic jam band.
By Alan Sheckter
Sacramento craft brewer creates beer based on both cannabis and the heart of the Hmong people.
By John Flynn
Chilean drama overlooks sensationalism in favor of subtle beauty.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A great way for tourists, newcomers and locals alike to discover Butte County and all it has to offer.
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