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Letters: May 6, 2021

Two on the burned lands Re “Climate exodus”: Thank you for your coverage of the fires and their aftermath. It breaks my heart to see the devastation to people who have loved this area and […]

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Chico and the Yes Man

Following Chico City Attorney Vince Ewing’s recent smackdown in federal court, we can’t help but think about the one who got away. We’re referring to the former city attorney, Andrew Jared, whom the City Council […]

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Letters to the editor: April 14, 2021

Listen to the expert The April 6 Chico City Council meeting covered vital local issues. Most impressive was Butte County Behavioral Health Director Scott Kennelly’s informative presentation. He spoke about low crime among the homeless/unhoused […]

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Profiles in cowardice

Congressman Doug LaMalfa has always been a dull, propaganda-spewing opportunist. He’s the same guy who has lined his own pockets with literally millions of dollars in farm welfare while simultaneously voting to cut food stamps […]

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Whom to watch in 2021

Whatever new challenges 2021 has in store for Butte County, there is still a lot of work to do to recover from the wreckage of the previous year. Public health, business, education, housing and the […]

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People of the year

Normally, the Chico News & Review publishes a special Local Heroes issue to coincide with the Thanksgiving holiday, when we give thanks to those who volunteer their time for our community. This is not a […]

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Your heroes

Bill Kurnizki, CHAT Bill Kurnizki is a tireless “triumph of joy” in his volunteer role as board president of Chico Housing Action Team (CHAT). His lifelong skills as a retired contractor are put to use […]

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Editorial: Survival mode

Every year around this time, the CN&R makes a plea to readers to shop locally. The refrain goes something like this: Money spent at independent businesses owned by fellow residents gets reinvested into the community, […]