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Chico man faces nine years in prison following conviction in case of shaken baby syndrome.
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 05.15.03
Supervisors, ALUC butt heads on Chico housing plans.
By Josh Indar
Student and faculty leaders switch seats.
By Devanie Angel
County satisfied with current public defender system.
Van Der Ploeg will take over Aug. 1.
Per capita concealed weapons permits by county.
More and more Iraq is looking like Yugoslavia, only worse.
Not all developers are fueled by greed.
By Tom DiGiovanni
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Golf course gets marketing help, knives for sale, Tower on the block and almonds are up.
Photo exhibit documents St. Petersburg under Brezhnev and now Putin.
By Sarkis Shmavonian
Local ‘80s disco palace lives again in Blue Room’s production of playwright Burruss’ Top Flight.
By John W. Young
One line summary.
Reviewed by Christopher Allan Smith
Got back hair?
Bluhm releases more of the same laid back country rock.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
A talk with the crazy lead singer of one of Chico’s most notorious bands, Inflatable Supermodel.
By Peter Kimmich
The Chico State Spring Musical Into the Woods disappoints.
The men of Chippendales take over the Elks Lodge.
The aesthete’s way to bigger and better Beefsteaks.
By Henri Bourride
A Mighty Wind doesn’t dissappoint with its mockumentary of the swingin’ sixties.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
A new DVD documentary looks at the life of street musician Wesley Willis.
By Chris Baldwin
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