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Gray Davis didn’t cause California’s power crunch. But his myopic leadership helped turn a problem into a disaster. Now he has to solve it.
By Bill Bradley
This article was published on 04.05.01
Jonathan Studebaker, former Chico planning commissioner, dies.
By Tom Gascoyne
A.S. officers drop motion to kick Charles Poteet off of Board of Directors.
By Laura Smith
Skateboarding, tennis may be in final days at university.
By Desiree Rogers
By Bret Lueder
First Amendment Gentlemen’s Club is up for sale.
Cherokee residents oppose sand mine proposal.
Oroville Hosptial under Cal-OSHA investigation.
By Barbara Blythe
Here we go again—teachers and district can’t mediate.
By Devanie Angel, Laura Smith, and Tom Gascoyne
Local environmentalists should not be held accountable for federal laws.
By Ellen Skinner
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
By John W. Young
Former bad boy Mark Morris is now an American master.
By Robert Speer
Reviewed by Annis Lorenzen
Reviewed by Devanie Angel
The 10th annual Keeping Dance Alive concert.
By Constance Pike
By Chris Baldwin
The Mother Hips return to Chico to showcase their critically acclaimed new CD.
By Joe Martin
A preview of traditional Irish fiddler Kevin Burke’s visit to Chico.
By Kelly Nolan
By Miles C. Newell
Ed Harris’ film on artist Jackson Pollock is filled with great performances.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Chico State celebrates legacy of Cesar Chavez.
By Devanie Angel
Fictitious business names published on April 5, 2001.
Dino on the go; SIFE on the defense.
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