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Sheriff has little hope for renovation money.
By Devanie Angel
This article was published on 01.23.03
CUSD debates military recruiting on campus.
By Devanie Angel, and Josh Indar
Chico shootout results in one wounded cop, one dead perp.
By Josh Indar
Ciyy stands to lose RDA as source of money.
By Tom Gascoyne
School budget gets bad grades, homeless get showers downtown.
By Devanie Angel, and Tom Gascoyne
The federal government is largely to blame for the Klamath River Basin disaster.
By Felice Pace
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
She sat out the Gulf War to take care of her kid, so her first peace march—last weekend in San Francisco—was a revelation.
By Shannon Rooney
Music news and musings from a double-helixed columnist.
Political dish and commentary from the CN&R’s editor.
New avant-garde theater troupe presents new play with familiar faces.
By John W. Young
Gray Lodge’s Dieter talks about wintering waterfowl and upcoming Snow Goose Festival.
Blue Room’s production of Stoppard’s Real Thing quite good.
By Chris Baldwin
The newly named Riff Raff Rock Club is just another in a long line of music spots at 126 W. Second St.
Here’s a brief summary of current theme nights at the Riff Raff.
Original “alternative” rocker Jonathan Richman plays two nights at Duffy’s.
Local jazz master Charlie Haynes impresses the 5th street Steakhouse dinner crowd with his playfulness.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Violinist Lara St. John impresses a Paradise crowd with her technical prowess.
Bruckheimer’s comedy Kangaroo Jack hops forgettably across the screen.
By Craig Blamer
DVD version of Beatles’ classic Hard Day’s Night film good but not quite “definitive.”
Organic farmers meet cold bottom line business.
FFA administration back where it belongs, Island Smoothies gets new owners and a cool ring.
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