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When a gas tank blew up in south Chico, Randy Barclay survived—barely. That was the beginning of his painful journey back to life.
By Leslie Layton
This article was published on 12.06.01
No one was monitoring the air inside the tank while Nickerson labored.
Preliminary court hearings could begin soon on the civil lawsuit filed by Randy Barclay.
New lawsuit alleges that board doesn’t have legal right to file suit.
By Laura Smith
A.S. balks at funding presumption.
By Devanie Angel
Esplanade House supporters target of plot to spread misinformation.
By Tom Gascoyne
Our weekly profile of a community organization.
By Barbara Blythe
Soup’s on, testing should be off, and switcheroo scam hits Redding and Chico.
By Devanie Angel, and Tom Gascoyne
Butte County Board of Supervisors reach new lows.
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 columnist.
Political dish and commentary from the CN&R’s editor.
Chico Museum show focuses on Northern California’s environment via photography, history and films.
By John W. Young
George Harrison was the reclusive Beatle, the one who fled from fame, and yet we loved him still.
By Stephanie Zacharek
The annual Glorious Sounds of the Season fundraiser plans to bask audiences in holday glow.
A new box sets contains the definitive overview of Cat Stevens career.
By Chris Baldwin
Capitol releases great new Pink Floyd and Syd Barrett compilations.
A conversation with singer Om Johari of AC/DC cover band Hell’s Belles.
Local, notable vocalist Daniel Valdez leads Chico community in “sing-along” of Handel’s Messiah.
This year’s Erotic Art Show celebrates the erotic with a rocking party and a variety of artwork.
By Meredith Goldsmith
Behind Enemy Lines is in love with its own explosions.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Butte’s buildings may be run-down, but the teaching’s not.
Falling out of the Gap, scoping out IRS jobs.
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