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From the recall circus and state budget crisis to the Halloween lockdown and the neverending burn dump controversy, here are the top 10 Chico stories for 2003.
By CN&R Editors
This article was published on 01.01.04
Stories of note from 2003.
A look at some of the more questionable choices and decisions in the news durign the past year.
The Mad Cow scare is over-hyped but could lead to needed changes in USDA procedures.
Hummers and other SUVs are harmful to your health.
By Eric Amster
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
The year 2003 has some lessons for all of us.
By Robert Speer
By Tom Gascoyne
Film critics choose 2003 favorites.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Yosemite Remembered will be exhibited through June.
By Devanie Angel
Robinella and the Ccstringband come out of nowhere with a great cd.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Let it Be should be left alone…
By Phil Anker
Soft and good Canadian music from STARS.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
2003 music critic wrap up.
By Jason Cassidy
Henri keeps a tradition alive by cooking cioppino on New Year’s Eve.
By Henri Bourride
Love, war and Southern history get rich treatment in Anthony Minghella’ Cold Mountain
Disney’s latest version of Peter Pan is satisfying for both young and old.
By Craig Blamer
Old Grey Whistle Test is nostalgic video for music lovers.
By Chris Baldwin
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