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Mild mannered doctor may lose his medical license over recommending medical marijuana.
By Laura Smith
This article was published on 04.26.01
Women’s Center conference is as enlightening as sitting in traffic.
Angela Davis brings news of oppression but few solutions.
By Eleanor Cameron
County Supervisors ponder how to spend Prop. 12 parks money.
By Tom Gascoyne
Butte County Jail inmate dies in custody.
Kirshner Foundation gets half the expansion approval it asked for.
Teachers’ union and district host dueling press conferences, disagree on whether money’s there for raises.
By Devanie Angel
Follow-up on Tri-county news.
By Barbara Blythe
Briefly noted news events.
By Alex Hunter, Holli Clements, and Laura Smith
Looking for the truth behind the Otterson Drive project.
By Robert Best
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Music news and musings from a double-helixed columnists.
Notes from the editor.
Butte College Theater Department presents its production of Shakespeare’s tragedy Julius Caesar.
By John W. Young
Clark Brown dissects the new book of poetry, The Midnight Train, from George Keithley.
By Clark Brown
Reviewed by Chris Baldwin
Preview of Will Rogers Follies.
By Constance Pike
By Carey Wilson
By Chris Baldwin
Legendary indie label celebrates 20 years.
By Bret Lueder
Recording artist and singer/guitarist/songwriter Annie Gallup appears at Moxie’s.
Andrew Tosh carries on in the tradition of his father.
By Alan Sheckter
Freddie got Fingered is tedious and a little late.
By Craig Blamer
Feisty mobile veterinarian makes house calls for horses.
Kat’s Meow proves popular for classy kids set.
Fictitious business names published on April 26, 2001.
Who’s doing what and going where in the business world.
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