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Our reporter goes along for the ride on a meth-makers’ trip to a remote laboratory.
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 06.27.02
Neighbors fail to get council to see it their way.
By Devanie Angel
Medical marijuana defendant arrested for jury tampering.
By Laura Smith
Priano family files suit against city, police and underage driver of car that killed 15-year-old.
Cuts made with little board discussion.
By Erin Lesher, and Jory John
Chico man arrested after late-night shenanigans, chiropractors investigated for insurance fraud.
By Chris Baldwin, and Laura Smith
War on terrorism shreds the Constitution.
By Alan Raetz
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.
By Tom Gascoyne
1078 gallery director Adkins unveils new paintings at Humanities Gallery, at Chico State.
By John W. Young
Widely known choreographer Bill Iha has talent to spare as his show of photographs demonstrates.
By Robert Speer
The Criterion Collection forges its reputation on director-approved classics.
By Chris Baldwin
Tea Leaf Green makes jam music to stargaze by.
By Alan Sheckter
NRSK drops old-school indie rock with intelligence and passion.
By Barbara Manning
The latest avant-folk import from Japan gets its first U.S. release with the appropriately titled Feel.
Deborah Colemen can go from blues to pop and back again without losing any of her groove.
By Miles Jordan
Legendary rock group The Who returns for a July 4th concert at Autowest Amphitheatre.
Sküby-Dü offers a fun, live-on-stage parody of the TV cartoon.
Chico Pow Wow 2002 a diverse showcase for Native American culture.
Disney animators get back on track with latest feature.
By Christopher Allan Smith
Minority Report is an enjoyable thrill-ride that suffers from a little too much suspension of disbelief.
By Craig Blamer
Teens turn old car into throughly modern electric vehicle.
By Mark Lore
New pizza in town, LaMalfa rules rural NoCal.
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