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Being laid off anywhere is tough, but in Chico the options are few, as these people can attest.
By Devanie Angel
This article was published on 01.24.02
Butte County government struggles with a host of internal conflicts.
By Laura Smith
Neighbors of proposed gun club allege construction will harm environment.
By Tom Gascoyne
CUSD tells governor where to stick his cuts.
Channel 36 gets closer to evening news simulcast, Chico Chamber PAC endorsements, CUSD ponders taking over special ed from state.
By Devanie Angel, Laura Smith, and Tom Gascoyne
How to help affect the way Chico grows.
By Cheri Prior
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.
Theatre on the Ridge’s Tintypes musical echoes a simpler America.
By John W. Young
Scott Teeple adds another piece to his wall-art work.
Birdcage Theatre players enjoy themselves in a presentation of Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guilderstein are Dead.
By Taran March
Cloud 9 kicks off a new and improved Blue Room with British shock value.
By Craig Blamer
The Handsome Family writes some of the best lyrics throughout the alt. Country movement.
By Chris Baldwin
Missing You (Mi Yeewnii)
By Robert Speer
Colorado slamgrass band Leftover Salmon has undergone some changes since its last trip to Chico.
By Alan Sheckter
Hang out with bluesman Tommy Castro for free!
Reggae’s Black Uhuru founder Michael Rose plays LaSalles.
After years of being Chico’s number one jamband, Electric Circus bids a fond farewell.
Don’t think Black Hawk Down has anything to say about real politics.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
In retirement, as throughout his career, Joe Cruces is a man who loves restoring cars and has the trophies to prove it.
Herger goes back to school.
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