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This article was published on 08.23.01
As Chico State faculty and administrators fight over who’s getting the best raises, the rest of us have to marvel at how much both make.
By Richard Ek
Chico State fights a losing battle against binge drinking.
By Laura Smith
Chico State grad stakes out a claim with hot dog stand.
By Lenette Dornon
Savvy students diss pencils and paper in favor of two-way pagers and cell phones.
Esplanade House project approval appeal denied by Chico City Council.
By Tom Gascoyne
Our weekly profile of a community organization.
By Barbara Blythe
Strike threat drove district to settle.
By Devanie Angel
Enloe nurses hold candlelight vigil to highlight sluggish union negotiations.
Ministers upset at PG&E, school board chair admits poorly planned Cohasset logging.
By Devanie Angel, and Laura Smith
Committee formed in wake of the massive timber harvest at Cohasset school.
By Jim Brobeck
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.
Exhibition ponders issues of identity.
By John W. Young
She met the man of her dreams through the Internet, only her dream turned into a nightmare.
By Melinda Swanson
A still life show at Moxies is well worth the trip.
By John O'Brien
Irish singer Nina Hynes is bringing her soothing vocals to Chico’s Senator Theater.
By Jennie Tezak
Leon Parker proves again why he’s one of the most dynamic percussionists in music today.
By Chris Baldwin
Equation’s Lucky Few displays more talent than luck.
An interview with saxophonist from the New Orleans funk band Galactic.
By Scott Cooper
Benefit for Adrian Baxmeyer features great Chico talent.
Three indie rock bands at the Blue Room prove rock is not dead.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Songcatcher revels in music of the past.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Glazer’s Sexy Beast takes an interesting approach to British crime noir.
Hmong woman farms to keep her connected to her Laotian roots.
By Song Yang
Southeast Chico looks like next hot spot for growing Chico.
Fictitious business names published on August 23, 2001.
Samiches and phone scams.
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