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This article was published on 07.03.03
Christian-Right columnist Linda Bowles railed against liberals, abortion, euthanasia and suicide. Then she took her own life.
By Linda Meilink
Owners say reputation is in the past.
By Devanie Angel
Park commission dooms downtown park elm trees.
By Tom Gascoyne
Council approves bus garden in channel.
Enloe to cut costs by contracting out some services.
By Josh Indar
Supreme Court ruling in Texas sodomy law is a step in the right direction.
We shouldn’t write off presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich.
By Julie Forsmith
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Mark Purser sells worms and worm-made products.
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Chipotle’s parent, almonds are angst-free and Ford is in donor mode.
Someone stole my brother’s tools.
Chico’s local brewery, The Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, gets into growing of its own specialty hops on the brewery premises.
By Ronald Angle
Chico State’s strong production of Manowitz’ comic-thriller Stage Fright worth catching.
By Craig Blamer
One line summary.
Reviewed by Tania Flores
“Smartest human” Cecil Adams answers off-beat queries at straightdope.com.
By Marsha Davison
Multiple Grammy-winner Metheny’s new CD features contemplative and lovely solo guitar pieces.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Turbo A.C.'s new CD fills the void in your driving rock collection.
By Carey Wilson
Chico guitarist Larry Peterson joins the John Swan Blues Band for the Pikes Peak International Blues Festival.
Local FM-friendly alternative band “thirst” gets folks moving at downtown concert gig.
A mother-in-law recipe is perfect for those summer veggies.
By Desiree Gonzalez
Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle is either an abomination or a ‘drastic twitch’ in film evolution.
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