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Fur babies live on in art and images.
This article was published on 07.05.18
From New York punker to Chico pet artist.
By Jason Cassidy
Chico photographer Sue Anderson helps shelter pets find homes.
By Ashiah Scharaga
The cute pets of the CN&R’s photo contest.
Judge to make determination that could put Chico Scrap Metal’s fate on this November’s ballot.
By Robert Speer
Local woman arrested in what police call a typical housing scam.
Debate over proposal to ban sexual orientation change services in California gets emotional at state Capitol.
By Robbie Short
Sherry Facciuto was found strangled in Chico in January; detectives suspect her son, Alton.
They vie for three open seats in November.
Man arrested for attacking woman with bike lock chain.
Survey reveals some fun facts about animal owners.
Chicoans rally against separating children from parents at U.S. border.
Ten ways for animal owners to up their sustainability.
By Evan Tuchinsky
Animals help specially certified counselors make breakthroughs.
Don’t flush your cat’s poop.
GOP’s proposed 2019 budget would gut safety net programs.
Shedding light on a seriously misguided and dangerous mindset.
By Roger S. Beadle
When adopting pets, head to a well-run nonprofit; and the lifestyle rag just can’t get it right.
By Melissa Daugherty
Matt Vereschagin and Donna Wetzel open up the Bahama Hut to serve fast, affordable vegetarian and vegan fare.
By Cathy Wagner
Shelly Rogers honored for fostering local pets; BofA donates to CHIP financial literacy program.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Blackbird lives up to community-building promise.
By Ken Smith
MADD goes big.
Luz Elena Mendoza finds herself in the music.
By Robin Bacior
Grill wisdom from local chef Jeramie Sabelman.
By Jeramie Sabelman
Geopolitical tensions come to bear at US-Mexico border.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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