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Local wireless company headed for the big time.
By Christina Chavira
This article was published on 06.10.04
County adopts proposed budget, hopes to keep layoffs at bay with early retirement program.
By Josh Indar
Brewer claims close ties with Sierra Nevada.
By Cord Nowell
Deputy District Attorney Leo Barone suspended, will be disciplined for ethical lapse during porn, molest trial.
In-Homes Supportive Services workers will be hurt by Gov’s budget, advocates say.
Pike, Hit and run driver changes plea.
Gas prices from around the world.
Reagan no saint.
Forest Service explains its decision to suspend use of large air tankers to fight wild fires.
By Dale Bosworth, and Kathleen Clarke
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
John Kranz knows coins.
By C. Owsley Rain
Too much business news to even fit in this one short line.
By Devanie Angel
By Tom Gascoyne
Student producers’ goal is to be like the “real news”
A look at Chico Cabaret’s preparations for Tom Sawyer musical.
By MaryRose Lovgren
New Chunklet ‘zine zings everyone.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Third Grade Teacher is have uneven schlockiness and half good raw rawk.
Young piano virtuoso joins the ranks of up-and-coming crooners.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Connecticut retrospective adds important piece to Hip-hop history books.
On D-Day, Floater fans mourn the death of their home base as all-ages live music leaves the Brick Works.
Wildly successful Soroptimist Microbrew Fest is a good time.
By John LaPado
New Spice Creek Café offers big flavors from around the world.
By Shannon Rooney
Latest Harry Potter movie is pleasing even to the most skeptical critics.
By Craig Blamer
Shaolin Soccer finally makes it to Chico.
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