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A special report on clean transportation and the people who use it.
This article was published on 06.28.01
Chico’s alternative transportation offerings help overcome car culture.
By Devanie Angel
Hybrid cars are economic and clean running and make sense for most drivers.
By Robert Speer
Of all the new technologies, fuel cells hold the most promise for providing a clean, cheap method of powering cars.
By Peter Castles
Find out why you should leave your gas-guzzling, repair needing car at home and jump on a Chico-area bus!
By John W. Young
Garcia sticks with politics.
Angry neighbors appeal Planning Commission approval of expansion and move for transitional-housing program.
By Tom Gascoyne
County tightens its belt in proposed 2001-02 budget.
By Laura Smith
Man claimed sexual harassment, retaliation.
Hey, school board, leave that site alone.
Stock suit out of court, into mediation.
Sheriff’s deputies deny abuse, claim they were just defending themselves.
Feeding the hungry for 20 years, the Jesus Center looks to offer additional services in its renovated building.
By Barbara Blythe
Former Glenn County sheriff’s deputy pleads no contest to sex charges; explosion survivor sues employers student group gets sanctioned over alcohol-related death.
The City Council must not allow the appeal of the Planning Commission’s vote to grant the Esplanade House a use permit to move and expand its program.
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.
Fine arts pick for new art show at the Chico Art Center featuring ceramic pieces by Chris Cantello and photography by Arnold Kessler.
A CN&R employee recounts his journey to the British Isles.
By Carey Wilson
New Blue Room show highlights talents of local amateur writers.
Local writer Sanford Dorbin’s self-published book of poetry has a tough time finding a distributor.
Driving Mr. Albert is a great little summer read.
By Chris Baldwin
Great stuff, but where has the blues gone in her music?
By Miles Jordan
Another smooth jazz record from legendary bassist Charlie Haden.
Vulgar rap for the masses.
Downer album from someone who knows what she’s doing.
After years of scratching and scraping, this local deejay is finally coming into his own.
By Song Yang
Music Pick for hip-hop pioneer DJ Spooky, scratchin’ it up at The Brick Works.
Two rock bands put on a punk performance at Moxie’s café.
By Stephanie Bird
An macabre ode to Hitchock hits the Pageant Theatre.
By Craig Blamer
Eddie Murphy returns as the verbally harrassed-by-animals Dr. Doolittle, and our reviewer wishes he hadn’t!
Wild horses drag mustang-lovers to adoption events.
By Lenette Dornon
New microbrew takes on the Northstate market.
First it takes McDonaldland, then McWorld.
By Kate Silver
Who’s doing what and going where in the local business community.
Fictitious business names published on June 28, 2001.
Who’s doing what and going where in the business world.
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