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Stirling City - where it’s been where it’s going.
By Josh Indar
This article was published on 05.23.02
Chico police chief to step down by the end of the year.
By Tom Gascoyne
Forget the General Plan: Council OKs same old development type.
Gridley declared itself blighted at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting.
The principal is your pal, say Cohasset and Forest Ranch parents.
By Devanie Angel
CUSD officials practically pushed the thick document at people.
Yamaguchi recall attempt fails, teachers agree on contract, profs talk enrollment.
By Barbara Blythe
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.
Atlas Clay Works features Afghanistan paintings by Marysa Andriola.
By John W. Young
Red Bluff area man claims Oscar-winning hit is derived from his Shakespeare play.
Blue Room Theatre presents a spotty “New Works Fest"; Cabaret’s Wild Guys predictable but likable.
Sub Pop’s Damon & Naomi release an intriguing 2 CD, half live, half video documentary set.
By Chris Baldwin
Keyboardist John Medeski talks about the new MMW album and his other side group.
By Alan Sculley
Young slam poets speak out locally at Herreid/Fender Stage inside Tower Records.
‘70s soul boogies again with the Chi-Lites at Gold Country Casino.
A Kiss cover band is almost as good as the real thing.
By Carey Wilson
Despite what you may have heard, new Star Wars flick is quite good fun.
A horror classic eludes Chico but comes to DVD video.
By Craig Blamer
Last year, proponents learned what not to do.
A.S. on notice, you are what you eat and a run for charity.
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