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Each year the News & Review takes a look at some of the people in Chico and Butte County who are likely to be important newsmakers.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 01.03.02
Ridge voters plan for a recall of Supervisor Kim Yamaguchi.
By Laura Smith
Number points parents to phone sex line.
By Devanie Angel
Humane Society has a lot of animals.
Mackenzie and Reniff duke it out over endorsements and titles.
State finds a lot of pot.
By Tom Gascoyne
CUSD predicts spring teacher layoffs if budget doesn’t improve.
Forest plan for Sierra Nevada steps closer to implementation, then backs away.
Butte County starts getting legal bills for redistricting battle, CUSD plots its course for 2002 and young woman fakes own kidnap.
By Devanie Angel, Laura Smith, and Tom Gascoyne
Don’t expect Butte County politics to cool off anytime soon.
By Matt Walterscheidt
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Iman Sven Rubinowitz
Music news and musings from a double-helixed columnist.
Political dish and commentary from the CN&R’s editor.
Artist Newman Kuiper unveils “surreal and abstract dreamscapes” in mixed media.
By John W. Young
Former Talking Head David Byrne marches to a different Bible-thumping beat with The New Sins
By Nina Willdorf
Eleven female artists known collectively as “The Bag Ladies” exhibit their thematic explorations.
By John O'Brien
Year-end film soundtrack CDs present a mixed bag of nuts.
An interview with touring comedy duo, Tenacious D, about their music.
By Alan Sculley
A Chico tradition: The Pub Scouts have played Trad-Irish music for almost 10 years.
Jacques Rivette’s new movie is a charming, cerebral backstage look at romance.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Animal crackers, which aren’t crackers at all, turn 100 this year.
By Mad Dog
Art students shine, so does ED community, and I actually have an opinion on something political.
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