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As this Army captain stared across the DMZ at North Korea, he gradually began to realize that his “enemy” needed help more than anything.
By Jason Cassidy
This article was published on 04.29.04
Downtown property owners question level of fee for proposed improvement district.
By Devanie Angel
By Josh Indar
By Tom Gascoyne
New parade gets an old name; Wal-mart trespass case tossed; Oroville vets get their park.
Did you know PG&E pays big bucks to use the public streets?
How the government is ripping off the deployed soldier.
By Brian Dixon
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Should Butte County ban genetically altered crops?
By C. Owsley Rain
Developer fees go up, Enloe HR chief leaves and glassy-winged sharpshooter returns.
Thanks to home computer recording studios, making and recording music is now more accessible than ever.
By Phil Anker
Chico State student artwork gets the real-world treatment in annual juried competition.
By MaryRose Lovgren
Fantagraphics Books begins to release complete Peanuts catalog with 1950-1952 selections.
Reviewed by Carey Wilson
Local musician Aaron Pico pays homage to Todd Rundgren.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Atlantic Records unveils ‘long unavailable’ Erroll Garner Trio recordings.
By Miles Jordan
More beautiful music by Belle and Sebastian.
By Chelsea Sime
Chico punks cut wide swath from punk universe for live West Coast Warriors compilation.
By Jason Willmon
Crazygrass and the Klezbillies blend styles for an eclectic night at Moxie’s.
Hideaway Café offers casual lunches in convenient downtown site.
By Shannon Rooney
Characters and action deliver but dialogue drags in vengeance tale Man on Fire
By Craig Blamer
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