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The best of Fiction 59 in 2001.
This article was published on 06.07.01
Measure A goes down to defeat.
Sheriff rakes in the dough at swanky fundraiser.
By Laura Smith
By Tom Gascoyne
Chico City Council votes to purchase land for homeless shelter.
News flash: Union, district still fighting.
By Devanie Angel
Prevention of Child Abuse.
By Barbara Blythe
AMT mine asks county for water from Lake Oroville, suicide victim identified, First Amendment Club gets facelift.
Environmentalists and farmers should and can work together.
By Roger Cole
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Junk food for the soul.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Music news and musings from a double-helixed columnists.
Political dish and commentary from the CN&R’s editor.
Pick for CSU, Chico’s Anthropology Department’s 17th annual American Visions Photography Competition.
By John W. Young
Vita Segalla’s in-the-body experience.
By Zu Vincent
Chico Cabaret offers a funny night with two one acts.
By Craig Blamer
Departing Chico State music teacher Caren Levine delivers innovative variations on piano-lounge music in this live recording.
This album proves that the flute is a genuine jazz instrument.
By Asami Hashirano
Forget the “Hits” and enjoy the “History” in the two-CD set from Paul McCartney.
It’s the Sierra Nevada Music Festival, mon, and dis year it’s better den ever, and cooler too.
By Chris Baldwin
Master slide guitarist Roy Rogers returns to Chico for two nights of videotaping at Sierra Nevada’s Big Room.
Dr. levine impresses in her farewell concert.
With Moulin Rouge, Baz Luhrmann has revived the filmed musical in unexpected and brilliant ways.
Wild horses drag mustang-lovers to adoption events.
By Eleanor Cameron
Students boost resume as GM gets cheap PR.
Fictitious business names published on June 7, 2001.
Dean search narrows; ag teacher praised.
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