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Labor Day Weekend is turning into an financial and environmental nightmare.
By Jason Cassidy
This article was published on 08.28.03
What’s the worst that can happen?
By CN&R Staff
How to finagle your way into the classes you need.
By Josh Indar
If you work for the state, you can’t work for the state, too. Just wait. It gets even more confusing.
By Devanie Angel
New president picks up the reins at Butte College.
By Deborah Hedley
Valedictorians are splendid students, but in some ways they learn less than their more humble brethren.
By Tony Waters
Useful information for the smart Labor Day partier.
Suspected frat arsonist accuses frat member who helped capture him of beating him up over weed.
City slogs forth in clean up of Humboldt Dump.
By Tom Gascoyne
Butte college plans viticulture course.
So now it takes 10 years to build a school.
When the going gets tough, the tough call their lawyers.
Crackdown on cheaters, no A.S. concert, students wreak havoc, cops hand over medical “evidence” to feds.
Recall signatures by county dependant on political bent.
Time for the legislators to make some cuts of their own, and they can begin with all those lame standardized tests.
You’re wrong about voting.
By Brahama D. Sharma, Ph.D., C.Chem
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Interview with a student the weekend before school resumes.
By C. Owsley Rain
Do you want to support Chico State health, the Senator or legalizing pot?
This celebrity sighting is revealing.
Bear Star Press publisher Beth Spencer gives poetry a home.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Monks come to chico.
By Tom Blodget
How rock bands got their names.
Reviewed by Desiree Gonzalez
New neil young cd is a likeable concept play.
By Chris Baldwin
Jealous Sound impresses with voluminous hooks.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Rodney Crowell’s Fate’s Right Hand is rich and sincere.
By Carey Wilson
Punk band Gruk is punky even if they do eat in fancy restaurants.
John Scofield Band whips up a hot night of dancing at the Sierra Nevada Big Room.
For top quality, it’s hard to beat the family-owned Wagon Wheel.
By Richard S. Calhoun
Sophmoric farce is all Jackie Chan’s The Medallion has to offer.
By Craig Blamer
Terrible movie about gansta rapper and the Jewish American Princess that wants to reform him.
By Christopher Allan Smith
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