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Grassroots harm reduction coalition aiming to eliminate barriers for drug addicts.
By Ashiah Scharaga
Congregation Beth Israel holds vigil for Pittsburgh shooting victims, comforting some—but not all—area Jews.
By Evan Tuchinsky
A Chico Police sergeant involved in 2017 fatal encounter found not guilty of unrelated assault charges last week.
By Ken Smith
Commission recommends Upper Bidwell parking fees.
Clerk-recorder says problems with mail-in ballots minimal, normal.
Woman’s body found at Chico State.
Unlike the House, the U.S. Senate is unlikely to tip Democrat after midterms.
Josh Fox, Emmy-winning director of GasLand, returns to Chico with The Truth Has Changed, his one-man show on disinformation in the Trump era.
With prescriptions restricted amid the opioid crisis, chronic sufferers rally for relief as Don’t Punish Pain.
Earthquake preparedness is crucial, even in the North State.
CN&R’s picks for Nov. 6.
Chico’s vice mayor joins congressman’s battle, becomes a casualty.
By Melissa Daugherty
Mike and Paula Pembroke move Creekside Toys into the Chico Mall.
By Cathy Wagner
So long, Pluto’s; till we see you on wheels, Uncle Skinny’s; and feliz aniversário, La Hacienda.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Butte College stages elaborate musical witha message.
By Robert Speer
Tattoo turnabout and your weekly DEVOtions.
By Jason Cassidy
The cult of Death Valley Girls.
By Mark Lore
Preserve your tribe’s culinary history with a family cookbook.
Acting giant plays notorious bank robber in what may be his final film role.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Biopic of literary giant.
A special supplement highlighting the 2019 Best of Chico winners.
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