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A group of local citizens express their feeling about Sept. 11 and its aftermath.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 09.12.02
City Council subcommittee hears of citizen plan to protect Chico’s trees.
By Tom Gascoyne
Tilting at windmills? New mini-golf plans are innovative.
By Mike Cristol
The CSU and PeopleSoft have joined forces in response to the Patriot Act.
By Josh Indar
Self-appointed disabled activist files more suits over illegal parking.
By Laura Smith
260 trees fell without officials’ OK.
By Devanie Angel
Budget cuts scary, supes stuck in red tape over highway expansion; police investigate first murder of year.
By Devanie Angel, Laura Smith, and Nelsy Rodriguez
America now faces a critical choice: What kind of nation do we want to be?
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.
When a young Navy dentist engraved “Remember Pearl Harbor” on the dentures of Japan’s most notorious war criminal, he had no idea the prank would still be news 50 years later.
By Sierra Countis
Kimonos on display at Chico State show details about cultural influence within Japan.
By Scott Brennan-Smith
Finally, after a lifetime of struggling to make a living as a performing artist, Lee Hazlewood is getting his due.
By Chris Baldwin
Digdig‘s special island mix is one of the best world albums of the year.
By Barbara Flaska
A talk with Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson about the pain and triumph behind one of the band’s most personal albums to date.
By Alan Sculley
Seattle duo Pint and Dale perform “sea” music courtesy of the Butte Folk Music Society.
By John W. Young
Rising stars Nickel Creek come to Chico for the third time in two years.
By Alan Sheckter
Beneath the overdramatic ploys of City of the Sea lies an interesting attempt at combining psychodrama with social commentary.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
The new Lord of the Rings DVD finally gets the special packaging right.
By Christopher Allan Smith
Bail agents complain that ‘a few bad apples’ are giving their business a bad name.
Peets on its way, an apartment building changes hands and the debut of a new feature.
A mishmash of tidbits found around town.
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