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Letters from a soldier in Iraq.
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 08.14.03
State treasurer goes after companies that avoid paying taxes in California.
Butte County Greens called “politbureau” by Redding Green candidate for Gov.
By Josh Indar
180 oaks removed from Avenues development.
By Deborah Hedley, and Tom Gascoyne
Thousands of dead fish stink up Butte Creek.
We need electoral reform now.
By Eric Nilsson
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By C. Owsley Rain
Spa exhibitionism, E.C. Ross is back and I indulge myself.
By Devanie Angel
Local artist Aye Jay Morano breaks through with his Gangsta Rap Coloring Book.
By Jason Cassidy
Shakespeare in the Park debuts a delightful musical comedy.
By Carey Wilson
Blue Room produces Martin McDonagh’s A Skull in Connemara
First coast to coast automobile road trip.
Reviewed by Carey Wilson
Bruce Cockburn hits his fifth decade.
By Joe Krulder
Robert Randolph gets down but not too low.
By John LaPado
Hawks and Eagles Jimmy and Nancy Borsdorf tell twisted tales of their life of music.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Desert City Soundtrack belie “emo” stereotype and rock the Riff Raff.
By Chris Baldwin
A love of good wine and a nose for business are behind this little shop.
By Loretta J. Metcalf
Nature documentary follows bird migrations.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Jerry Seinfeld in a serious documentary about stand-up comedy is hard to take seriously.
Welcome to Chico.
By CN&R Staff
From the most likely to succeed file.
The local community college offers excellent two-year career programs as well as transferable classes.
By Deborah Hedley
Web site ratings turn the tables on teachers—but are they accurate?
A quick guide to a few Chico-area laundromats.
By John W. Young
Don’t set yourself up for a bad renting experience.
Who, what, why and where of local politics.
Words to know in Chico.
Easy to read stats on local clubs.
By Rev. Gus Wagster
The college guide to starting a rock band.
By Peter Kimmich
They’re not here to haze, they’re here to help.
If you like sports, you’ll like Chico State.
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