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New Chico Police Chief Bruce Hagerty is a cop’s cop before he’s a politician.
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 06.26.03
The five-day Evolution 2003 Conference held at Chico State University brought over one thousand people into town, and swamped downtown businesses and restaurants.
By Kristina Seward, and Marsha Davison
By Devanie Angel
Chiefs ticked that booking fees increase will damage their budgets.
By Josh Indar
CUSD can release student stats to military and others, but only with permission.
Assemblymember Gloria Negrete-McLeod brings bitter pill of budget reality to local governments.
Pop culture could teach us much about the Catholic Church sex scandel.
By Robert A. Howard
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Mark “Mack” Morris.
By Shannon Vestal
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
dance club steps off, marketer gathers business info and Wal-Mart decision is appealed.
There is such a thing as a free lunch.
CNR’s chief film critic Selznick rates latest video relases of films that “missed Chico.”
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Back together as a family, they have high hopes for their Drive-by Gallery.
By Robert Speer
Novelist Graham Joyce’s characters in Facts of Life well worth meeting.
Reviewed by Marsha Davison
Steely Dan’s latest offering comes off a bit anesthetized while hinting of glories past.
By Chris Baldwin
Punk rock Secretions’ ’Til Death CD more than bites the ear.
By Carey Wilson
Chico band Oddman expands its rock horizons with a CD release show at Brick Works.
By Jason Cassidy
Terminal Waste Band goes boom at the Riff Raff Club.
By Bruce Banner
Expecting meatloaf, Henri finds haute cuisine.
By Henri Bourride
Director Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later a good sci-fi “zombie” flick tribute.
By Craig Blamer
Reiner’s Alex & Emma entertaining, superficial fluff.
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