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In school as everywhere else, you’ve got to go along to get along, which means you need to know the rules to know what’s expected of you—and what you can get away with.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 08.21.03
You’d best behave on the bus.
By Devanie Angel
Chico’s school playgrounds have both minor and major code violations.
By Deborah Hedley, and Josh Indar
Back-to-school fashion for high school.
By Jason Cassidy
A portrait of a man whose job is to keep your kids safe on campus.
By Robert Speer
Paradise woman says DA’s Drug Free Zone is dead wrong.
By Tom Gascoyne
Enloe nurses file compliant against management.
Opponents worry lead could drift.
Riff Raff Rock Bar pulls the plug on live music.
Another frat torched.
By Josh Indar
Who’s more ed-ya-kated?
It’s fitting that the biggest recall election in state history should come on the 100th anniversary of the recall law.
By Michael Magliari
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By Shannon Vestal
By C. Owsley Rain
Chef is back in action, Chico is healthy and the rumor mill once again spits up Trader Joe’s.
It’s owners like you who give pit bulls a bad name.
Kerri McMurtry uses a wheelchair to get around, but that hasn’t stopped her from becoming a champion water-skier.
Chico Cabaret’s Best of Chico Does Best of Broadway is fun and varied community theater at its best.
By MaryRose Lovgren
Author Nick Kent plunges into dark side of rock history.
Reviewed by Conrad Nystrom
Everest author Krakauer’s latest on Mormon murders lacks clarity of previous non-fiction efforts.
Reviewed by Christopher Allan Smith
Kim Fowley compilation.
By Chris Baldwin
deftones cd review.
Jazz master John Scofield plays funked-up jazz with his young, experimental band.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Three cool bands from the Emerald City of the Pacific Northwest blow into town and bring the chill.
Buz’s is a bit of Fisherman’s Wharf in Redding, of all places.
By Henri Bourride
Open Range wildly uneven.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Freddie Vs Jason ends up as a predictable cookie-cutter retread.
By Craig Blamer
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