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Chico High and Pleasant Valley High school kids have one of the best athletic rivalries going in Northern California, and they get along OK off the field too—depending on whom you ask.
By Chris Baldwin
This article was published on 08.22.02
Faculty, staff and student groups worry system’s cost isn’t worth it.
By Devanie Angel
Chico’s Greeks mix their social lives with a healty dose of business sense.
By Laura Smith
Butte College finds the perfect spot to expand its Chico campus.
By Mark Lore
Feds sieze local medical marijuana crop against the will of Butte County’s district attorney.
Berry Creek arson suspects to be tried in federal court.
Fires and air pollutants clog Butte County’s lungs.
By Dane Grace
Sierra View neighborhood children weren’t guaranteed spots.
One Butte County Judge appointed, another judge’s daughter arrested and flags in Chico to fly all September.
By Tom Gascoyne
By Richard Ek
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.
Artist Bailey displays his imaginative robot creations at Shasta College Art Gallery.
By John W. Young
Chico’s skate park has proved to be as much a success as the overall youth trend toward skating—here’s why.
By Josh Indar
The haunting, late-19th-century printwork of José Posada gets another look at the James Snidle art gallery.
By Scott Brennan-Smith
America’s foremost all-girl rockers release one of their finest albums to date.
Several European labels re-issue the dark genius of songwriter Dan Treacy.
By Barbara Manning
Portland’s new Sideburn Records offers an exciting range of young and old blues talent not on the map.
By Miles Jordan
Moxie’s hosts Mt. Shasta duo Scull & Martin for an evening of jazzy folk originals.
Blue Room production of Lee Blessing’s Two Rooms rails against pawn-playing governments.
Bosworth takes a spill in director Stockwell’s surfing flick, Blue Crush.
By Christopher Allan Smith
Steven Soderbergh’s latest is a challenging movies-within-movies puzzle with a big-name improv cast.
By Craig Blamer
Live Oak’s private prison may get budgetary reprieve.
Orion shines again, I miss a press conference and Rothermel switches gears on me.
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