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Residents of the historic mountain community of Cherokee are organizing to oppose a massive new silica mine in their neighborhood, but they’re getting little support from their county supervisor.
By Taran March
This article was published on 08.09.01
Freshman supervisor dodges complaints about shady redistricting plan and illegal backroom deals.
By Laura Smith
By Tom Gascoyne
Council votes to deregulate garbage collection.
Packets sent to parents of Chico schoolchildren.
By Devanie Angel
Our weekly profile of a local organization.
By Barbara Blythe
Sewage contaminates slough, Ted Meriam dies, CUSD superintendent gets a raise.
By Devanie Angel, and Laura Smith
Beware, scam letters from Nigeria, South Africa and the Middle East flood U.S.
By Dr. Hassan B. Sisay
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.
Political dish and commentary from the CN&R’s editor.
Drawings and paintings by Langford at Cory’s.
By John W. Young
Behind the man in the Cake pulpit, there’s a man with a wicked horn.
By Jackson Griffith
Arthur Miller’s play about the business of morals is still pertinent today.
By Robert Joe Stout
Humor, heartache and horror surround this Beauty Queen.
This new collection marks the emergence of a talented international writer.
By Chris Baldwin
Welch returns with another sparkling addition to her folk catalogue.
The Cult roll with the rock times.
By Bret Lueder
Moses Leroy leads us to pop redemption.
SOTL are not about outer space, but inner.
Local “world rock” group Magic Theatre is trying to figure out where rock went wrong.
Indie band Juno appears with Ted Leo Pharmacy at the Blue Room.
Ex-Stone Taylor rolls over the Senator.
Rush Hour II is another Big Hollywood bamboozle.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Desirability of genetically altered food questioned by hungry nations as well.
By Anuradha Mittal
As the Chico Heat attendance slips, how goes the rest of the Western Baseball League?
Fictitious business names published on August 9, 2001.
Courtain back on TV, candy flows.
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