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State officials are trying to find the source of toxins in the well water in a rural Chico neighborhood. In the meantime frustrated residents are wondering what to do.
By Mandy Trilck
This article was published on 06.24.04
Ah-nold pumps up mall crowd.
By Devanie Angel, and Josh Indar
City can’t cough up decision on airport kennel.
By Devanie Angel
Four seats are up for grabs in November.
Painful cuts probable in county budget.
By Josh Indar
Kids, casinos and tourism cash.
Digging up data on Chico’s lawyers.Attorney-go-round.
Should Shrek 2 have had an R rating?
By Celeste Worden
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Mike Fishkin is the voice of classical music on northstate public radio, KCHO.
By Jason Cassidy
By C. Owsley Rain
Comics, name changes, fund-raisers and pouting.
By Tom Gascoyne
Chapmantown resident Jim Williford fixes Chico’s guitars.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Chico native Gretchen Hogue committed to experimental filmmaking.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Another set of keen observations of human actions by Kaye Gibbons in Divining Women.
Reviewed by Carey Wilson
Sonic Youth continues its mysterious metamorphosis on new Sonic Nurse.
“Birth of Cool” sessionist Lee Konitz take on the duo challenge one more time.
By Miles Jordan
A life well-lived comes across in 70-year-old Rosalie Sorrels’ new live disc.
By Robert Speer
Local punk activist band the P.A.W.N.S. heads to Europe.
By Chelsea Sime
Music revolution gets down with Becky Sagers, Fay Dog and Black Fong.
By Carey Wilson
Great Texas songwriter Robert Earl King extends his cult following with Sierra Nevada show.
The food is bountiful and tasty at family-friendly Basque Norte.
By Shannon Rooney
Italian film I’m Not Scared is dark and beautiful rite of passage.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Super Size Me offers a belly full of laughs at McDonald’s expense.
By Craig Blamer
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