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Opinions

Editorial: Armchair epidemiology

Sequestered at home over the course of the pandemic, most of you undoubtedly have had a discussion—directly or through social media—with someone who’s shared “important information” about coronavirus. People with time on their hands find […]

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Opinions

2020 and beyond

It is said that journalism is the first rough draft of history. And since we suspended our print edition after March 19, a lot of history has been made. The COVID-19 pandemic, the righteous anger […]

Community Essays

Doomsday and CN&R’s Plan A

By Ron Angle My father would always warn, “If you have nothing good to say, say nothing.” Unfortunately, his son eventually became a journalist, and as we all know journalists always have something to say. In […]

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Community Essays

COVID-19: A wake-up call

By Ron Angle It is clear now that global society will not be same for decades or more. The current pandemic has changed the way society interacts. For a generation at least, that change will […]

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PG&E, FEMA reach settlement

PG&E and the Federal Emergency Management Agency have reached an agreement with the Official Committee of Tort Claimants in the utility company’s bankruptcy proceedings, according to a media advisory from FEMA. The agency, which is […]

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Camp Fire

Grant funds food truck

Funded by a Camp Fire relief grant to combat hunger, the Butte County Office of Education (BCOE) unveiled its mobile teaching kitchen Tuesday (Feb. 25) in Oroville. BCOE will use the truck to deliver fresh […]