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This article was published on 05.24.01
Here’s a quick look at some of Chico’s many parks.
By Laura Smith
Books to read while frying in the sun.
By Eleanor Cameron
Lifeguard-in-training learns it’s not all tans and cute guys.
By Desiree Rogers
Here’s what to eat this summer.
A fluff piece on barbecuing in Chico.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Hard-core horseshoes vs. beer-sopped chucking.
By Devanie Angel
Summer guide to out-of-Chico experiences and events.
By John W. Young
We don’t need no education—err, strike.
Supes give enthusiastic thumbs up to community center bid, despite protest.
Chico man shot to death after argument.
River conservation group opposes Shasta Dam raise.
By Chris Baldwin
By Barbara Blythe
Sheriff fundraises, senior wins casino jackpot, fire chief warns of catastrophic fire year.
By Devanie Angel, and Laura Smith
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Celebrities reveal favorite albums.
Cartoon opened the wounds of war.
By Ole Quiberg
Music news and musings from a double-helixed columnists.
Notes from the editor.
By Tom Gascoyne
Pick for Janis Stevens one-woman performance of Rick Foster’s Vivien—a portrait of the life and work of actress Vivien Leigh.
Coaches’ love blossoms while unlikely women’s rugby team becomes best in the nation.
Review of The Blue Room Theatre’s production of comedian Steve Martin’s award-winning play.
Local boy has a hit on his hands.
Two punk bands at Stormy’s … Wonderland Ave. and The 3 Heads.
Out-of-town indie-rock bands melt down inside the Blue Room.
By Ken Hardy
Lopez is weak in Angel Eyes
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Great villain in Tailor of Panama.
Chico State agriculture students snag prime internships.
Modern midwives make births special deliveries.
Fictitious business names published on May 24, 2001.
Who’s doing what and going where in the business world.
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