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More and more Americans are choosing to undergo weight-loss surgery with hopes of shedding serious pounds and improving their health. It’s not a course to take lightly.
By Christina Chavira
This article was published on 03.04.04
Connelly beats Beeler, other supes incumbents win.
By CN&R Staff
Woodstock’s says it’s sorry but can’t pinpoint what happened.
By Devanie Angel
Nurses log a win; pharmacy takes on Enloe Medical Center.
By Tom Gascoyne
City charter is due for a fresh look.
Chico gets tree protection.
Racism rears its ugly head on campus.
By Robert Speer
More chico wells found contaminated.
By Leslie Layton
Insurance rates, tobacco stocks, mountain bikes, paranoia.
Wally Herger’s top-ten 2003-2004 campaign contributions.
How long will Enloe Medical Center survive without making consessions to its employees?
By Marianne Paiva
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By C. Owsley Rain
Pow wow is on, libraries get CDs and Jasco is on to new old things.
Waning Solstice, an independent fantasy-horror film, is filmed in Chico.
By Jason Cassidy
Movies made in butte county.
School of the Arts production of award-winning Proof adds up to compelling drama.
Tommy Castro covers his heros on new cd.
By Miles Jordan
French dudes hypnotize over the airwaves with Talkie Walkie.
By Stephanie Bird
Dapp theory is wild and varied fusion fun.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Chico rocker Eric North puts out grungy solo album.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Two independent Sacramento bands test the road with their rock experiments.
By Chelsea Sime
KCSC brought out the indie heavyweights for its first Music Explosion.
By Phil Anker
Here’s a quick and easy recipe for a wintertime treat.
By Shannon Rooney
Mel Gibson’s Passion somehow avoids NC-17 rating with extended torture story of Jesus’ last hours on Earth.
By Craig Blamer
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