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CN&R’s guide to the 2018 primary election.
This article was published on 05.24.18
Seven candidates offer competing bids for a chance to represent District 1.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Challenger invites controversy into normally bland race for county assessor.
By Robert Speer
Meet the five folks seeking a supervisorial post.
By Melissa Daugherty
Butte County auditor-controller candidates Graciela Gutierrez and Kathryn Mathes take a similar path with different views.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Lack of regulation over energy-efficiency program prompts crackdown.
An Oroville nonprofit is determined to launch a mobile hygiene trailer for the county’s homeless.
By Ashiah Scharaga
California Republicans rally behind local issues in strategy to beat Democrats this June.
By Ben Christopher
Butte County Air Quality Management District offers $1,000-$3,500 vouchers to improve air quality.
Special Olympics gets anonymous $10,000 infusion.
Suspect in bizarre string of crimes a repeat offender..
BLA stats show Chico wages lagging.
Nearly 4,000 students earn Chico State diplomas over the weekend.
Targeted grazing proposed as part of ‘land management toolbox’ to protect California from fire danger.
Health-care costs— and a need to explain them—push ER physician into investigative journalism
By Jeff vonKaenel
What parents can do to promote healthy habits.
CN&R’s picks for the 2018 primary.
On the mayor’s overreaction, homeless criminalization and the upcoming election.
Bruno Lima brings world champ to his academy in Chico as way to cultivate girls’ martial arts community.
By Cathy Wagner
At Safeway. Yes, you read that right.
Meredith J. Cooper
Carnies, hackers and god.
By Jason Cassidy
Singer/songwriter Son Little on the mysteries of the creative process.
By Robin Bacior
CN&R’s annual Nor Cal festival guide.
Everyone has an opinion on the picnic/potluck/barbecue staple.
Fun with dirty mutants and some guy named Peter.
By Bob Grimm
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