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Nurses become school’s general practitioner.
By Devanie Angel
This article was published on 05.03.01
Promise of new baseball park thrown into Measure A’s Otterson Drive mix.
By Tom Gascoyne
Oroville woman dies in Waverunner accident.
By Laura Smith
Congressman stumps to own party.
District, union edge toward strike threat.
By Barbara Blythe
By Anthony Watts
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Single man moved; more CSUC class rejects.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
DNA hypes the scene.
Notes from the editor.
Retired CSUC art instructor and nationally recognized painter Sal Casa’s latest works on display.
By John W. Young
Chico karate instructor Taka Kondo carries his spiritual message to the masses.
By Zu Vincent
Review of Butte College Drama Department’s production of William Shakespeare’s tragedy Julius Caesar.
By Chris Baldwin
By Miles Jordan
Two punk legends get together for a tour.
Recording artist and singer/guitarist/songwriter/storyteller Rosalie Sorrels appears in Davis.
By Robert Speer
Elektra recording artist and rock band Old 97s appears at The Brickworks.
Actress Liv Tyler hits the right notes in One Night at McCool’s
By Craig Blamer
Ricky Nelson’s gone, but there are plenty of cute child gardeners in Forest Ranch.
Curtain rises on the new and improved Senator Theater.
Fictitious business names published on May 3, 2001.
Your new town.
Year one of many.
Chris’ first summer in Chico.
Finding Chico - How this tree-lined town sucked me in.
Chico State’s leader offers up blown glass and good advice.
International students experience the American way.
By Asami Hashirano
Chico State campus is key to town’s history.
Who’s who at Chico State U.
CADEC has some suggestions for you.
Local community college offers some distinct advantages when it comes to higher education.
By Alex Hunter
It’s harder than it used to be to find a home here, but it’s not impossible.
The drum in the washer goes swish, swish, swish . . .
By Eleanor Cameron
10 cool spots where you and a pal can lunch for $10 or less.
Secrets of getting by on a college student’s budget.
When you need to do something for your body instead of your mind.
What you absolutely have to know to make it in this town.
By Desiree Rogers
A minister from the Church of the Subgenius on cool things to do in Chico.
Be aware of local government—it can help you or hurt you.
Avoiding the hidden dangers of Chico.
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