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A look at the local candidates and measures facing voters—and whom and what we endorse.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 02.28.02
CN&R measures the measures.
A packed townhall meeting on Welfare Reform gave Congressman Herger an earful last Friday.
By Chris Baldwin
No touch-screen voting for Chico this time.
By Devanie Angel
By Devanie Angel, and Josh Indar
District blames cuts on teacher raises.
Enloe Health Systems agrees to keep the Glenn County Medical Center open another four months.
By Tom Gascoyne
Priest blasts so-called terrorist-training school, mercury opponents are fed up with Aanestad’s fillings, and Starbucks suffers small protest.
By Bonnie Roy, José Hernandez, and Josh Indar
CN&R primary endorsements.
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.
Art instructor Senat’s paintings and drawings are featured at Butte’s Coyote Gallery.
By John W. Young
Praise is lavished on a local dance teacher who finds her own groove.
By Zu Vincent
An early music concert of lute music from Germany and Italy sends our reviewer into sweet reverie.
Michael Moore’s latest book chews up the Bush administration.
By Loretta J. Metcalf
Rhino raves things up with an “ultimate” Yardbirds collection.
In-demand saxophonist Karl Denson talks about his idea of future jazz.
By Alan Sculley
Northwest band Modest Mouse rocks the Brick.
Hot Tuna resurfaces for another great concert in Paradise.
Mother Hips in a less than memorable Chico performance.
By Carey Wilson
These movies suck so bad that you should not even rent them.
By Craig Blamer
The Shop raises money to fight cancer.
McNall visits my alma mater, a grant for e-commerce and the demise of a foundation.
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