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Chico State University meets with heavy criticism as it hammers out a management policy for the 4,000-acre Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve.
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 01.17.02
Supervisor Kim Yamaguchi calls a recall effort against him “bogus”
By Laura Smith
Governor targets privately run prison.
By Devanie Angel
Cal water asks for rate increase.
By Josh Indar
Massage school students left in the dust after school closes.
Enloe nurses ratitfy union contract.
Oroville woman claims she’s the victim of police brutality.
Campaign disclosure statements filed, court sides with the shrimp.
By Devanie Angel, and Tom Gascoyne
By Dennis Duncan
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.
Gender-bender Cloud 9 opens Blue Room Theatre’s 2002 season.
By John W. Young
Cooking with the Mangia Mamas.
Elizabeth Newman Kuiper’s new exhibit rewards the contemplative viewer.
By Robert Speer
31Knots’ CD release features Zappaesque guitar constructs.
Popular rap artist Jay-Z releases an unplugged recording with the Roots that underlines the appeal of his hits.
By Chris Baldwin
Indie multi-instrumentalist couple Mates of State’s quirky Concern.
Indie rock stalwarts, Cowboy, play one last show to celebrate their incendiary four year run in Chico.
‘60s legend Richie Havens returns to Paradise.
Rockabilly “Cat” Lee Rocker shakes up LaSalles.
Steve Cook leads a pack of great musicians in this benefit for DA candidate Dale Rasmussen.
Friends of the Chico Community ballet present a classic tale of romance from Germany.
The latest offering from director Wes Anderson finds key actor Gene Hackman in rare form.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
County farmers work to bring wealthy ag-tourists to Butte County.
Schools rule, saving the air and going through lost and found.
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