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Homing in on the local contests and a tax measure.
This article was published on 02.13.20
Measure A supporters, detractors give their takes on proposed parcel tax to support CARD facilities.
By Ashiah Scharaga
All-mailed ballot system put to countywide test.
By Andre Byik
A Q&A with the folks seeking a Board of Supervisors seat.
Supervisors examine historical flooding north of Chico.
Council votes on several issues related to housing insecurity post-Camp Fire.
Presidential candidates rely on repeat contributions, often of a few bucks.
By Elizabeth Castillo
A 54-year-old Chico man found dead near cemetery bus stop.
Chico City Council waives second reading of election ordinance at eleventh-hour.
Board of Supervisors select interim director for the chief post.
Majority perceive Democratic Party as split.
State Parks, once mired in controversy, eyes purchase of vast ranch.
By Julie Cart
Epidemiologists offer divergent views on how to respond to U.S. coronavirus cases.
By Anna Almendrala, and Anna Maria Barry-Jester
Breathing exercise to de-stress.
The CN&R’s picks for the March 3 presidential primary.
On voting in Butte County’s new all-mail election.
By Melissa Daugherty
Michelle and Martin Van Gundy expand Needful Things in a big way after the Camp Fire.
By Rachel Bush
RIP Orland Farmstead Creamery co-founder Paul Schmidt, plus funds for Fido, and see ya soon.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Arts community shows up for Sal Casa memorial exhibit.
By Robert Speer
Chinese mythology and fruit imagery in new university exhibit.
By Carey Wilson
V-Day, MONCA, Michael Nau and Lassen Traditional Cider’s Paradise Strong Cider.
By Jason Cassidy
It’s the middle of winter, and citrus trees are full of fruit.
By Debbie Arrington
Make a refreshing sorbet with oranges, lemons and grapefruit.
Few scares in latest Brothers Grimm adaptation.
By Bob Grimm
Chico News & Review’s 2020 guide to throwing the ultimate party.
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