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The Catholic Church at a crossroads: Married priests are making the case for reform.
By Michelle Chihara
This article was published on 07.18.02
A Chico man reflects on his former life as a priest and the church’s shortcomings.
By Robert Speer
Butte College students fight to maintain editorial control over their campus newspaper.
By Laura Smith
Enloe withdraws request for rezone.
By Tom Gascoyne
Medical marijuana defendant convicted, will spend at least 10 years in prison.
Frat brothers settled for $500,000.
By Devanie Angel
Robinson will go toe-to-toe with two incumbents.
Time to legalize pot for recreational uses.
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.
Blue Room Theatre returns to County Galway, Ireland, for McDonagh’s Lonesome West.
By John W. Young
Small publisher quietly (and subversively) keeps classics in print.
By Dennis Loy Johnson
Director Schmidt’s acting kids turn in a funny “Goldi Locks"; Othello director Henderson talks about this season’s Shakespeare in the Park.
The perfect gift for that fiction writer in your life.
By Chris Baldwin
The latest from the Chili Peppers features more maturity.
By Joey Minissale
Green Day releases a contract obligation that’s more than a throwaway.
By Mark Lore
Behind the music with local Chico superstars Popsecret, perhaps the best band you’ll never hear.
Former Meyowers return again as Dental School to Moxie’s.
Two hard-driving rock-'n'-roll bands drive the crowd wild at the Brick Works.
By Carey Wilson
The latest Tom Hanks vehicle is too dark and gloomy for the cheerful actor.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
By Craig Blamer
Oroville olive grower discusses the increasing popularity of local olives.
By hook or by Crooks, Dove’s has wings, and AT&T owes you $2.
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