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Coleen Jarvis goes from welfare mom to lawyer-councilmember.
By Devanie Angel
This article was published on 07.10.03
Flume Street building burns, could be total lost.
By Tom Gascoyne
Shotgun blasts shock, scare parade-goers.
By Aaron Steinmetz
Neighborhood will be built with community input.
Motor Maids MC holds convention in Chico.
By Kristina Seward, and Shannon Vestal
Dump fees for ACs, TVs drop; senator design approved, Jesus barred from council.
County employment by industry.
Thanks for the help during and after the Flume Street fire.
By Aaron Pico
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By Deborah Hedley
Politics, prurience and apostasy from the good reverend.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
Shadetree out, Butte Creek Brewery back in, Comcast chats.
Eleven years of hard work paid off for the Chico Rooks last month when they hosted the major-league San Jose Earthquakes.
By Cherre Stoneham
This summer’s Shakespeare in the Park productions promise pretty cool theater.
By Jason Cassidy
Anna Davis’ new novel Cheet features despicable yet captivating main character.
Reviewed by Marsha Davison
Cunning linguist L’il Kim is one hot item with at least one good song.
Blues star Marcia Ball changes gears a bit on her latest from Alligator Records.
By Miles Jordan
Eels’ new CD supplies tasty hints of melacholia and the beauty of life.
By Carey Wilson
Local indie band Bear Hunter is feeling its way toward originality..
By Chris Baldwin
Joan Jett presents her (convincing) version of rock history—audience wowed.
Texas Western swing band Asleep at the Wheel rocks the Sierra Nevada Big Room.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Henri is confronted with alligator in the guise of gumbo—and gobbles it up.
By Henri Bourride
T-3 offers brainless summertime action but little else.
By Craig Blamer
Reese Witherspoon delectably persuasive in Legally Blonde 2.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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