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Gridley wants to build a huge ethanol plant that would burn rice straw, but there are some roadblocks: angry neighbors, untried technology and dicey economics, just for starters.
By Josh Indar
This article was published on 04.18.02
Peaceful demonstrations over the bloodshed in Isreal play out in Chico.
By Bonnie Roy
City Council tackles budget, helps developers, adds cops.
By Tom Gascoyne
Judge halts construction of Skyway shooting range.
Except for temps; they’re gone.
By Devanie Angel
County insures buildings against terror, students can vote for enviro class, McGuire takes his leave early.
By Devanie Angel, José Hernandez, and Josh Indar
There is a better way to run the jail.
By Helen Harberts
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 State’s Gospel Choir offers an uplifting free concert.
By John W. Young
A local grandfather and amateur boxer follows his dream of opening a boxing gym for fitness.
By Ken Hardy
Good performances buoy Durang’s Vacation at the Blue Room.
Pleasant Valley has a dedicated band teacher and eager students but no place to practice.
By Stuart L. Kuhlman
The best singers in Chico and at the university show-off their considerable talents during the annual spring Opera Highlights.
Musicians John Gorka and Alice Peacock present a night of warm, fuzzy folk at the Women’s Club.
By Alan Sheckter
Bill Paxton’s directorial coup, Frality, has the makings of a modern horror masterpiece.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Last Orders shows off Brit acting talents.
Shred those documents, strap on those shoes and eat that salad.
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