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He’s committed no crime, owns a business, has kids and an American wife, and yet Corning resident Ali Mubarak faces deportation because he once roomed with a man with Al-Qaeda ties.
By Josh Indar
This article was published on 08.01.02
Councilmember recuperating after surgery to remove brain tumor.
By Tom Gascoyne
Chico Police officers file suit against feed company over injuries from pesticide use.
By Laura Smith
It’s the first time they’ve hooked up in years.
By Devanie Angel
As EIR nears certification, school board considers a last-minute site suggestion.
Butte College’s student newspaper won’t be closed down this fall, after all.
By Dane Grace, Devanie Angel, and Laura Smith
There is no such thing as “spent” nuclear fuel, and it’s not all that dangerous, says a man who’s been exposed to it for 50 years.
By Fredrick Earl
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.
Retired art history instructor Mitchell has Shadetree art show.
By John W. Young
The CN&R’s lead film critic looks at the host of books on the best films of all time.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Meet the new director at the 1078 Gallery, recent Chico State grad Jason Adkins.
By Chris Baldwin
Chatting on line at no cost.
You can’t go wrong with the latest 2CD Hank Williams collection—everything he touched was golden.
The latest by the Flaming Lips is more like flaming poop.
An interview with Modest Mouse frontman, Isaac Brock.
By Spence D
Grammy-winning, Rock Hall of Famers The Isley Brothers bring their own brand of funk and soul to Gold Country Casino.
The latest Austin Powers flick is convolutedly silly, and some might miss the point.
Bears in new Disney flick just a tad creepy, says our reviewer.
By Craig Blamer
Chico gets results of $50,000 economic development study.
Royal’s revenge, Jamba’s journey and Tom’s heart-warming altruism.
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