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What’s good for the community may be bad for an already-impacted Chico neighborhood.
By Devanie Angel
This article was published on 07.15.04
Getting the word from people who live near Enloe.
By Michelle Maas, and Nargis Nooristani
Senior resident has lived across the street from Enloe for 50 years.
Chico on track to get a new pro ball club.
By Jason Cassidy
Court case started over an old trailer.
County declines to let voters decide on sales tax hike for cops, firefighters.
By Josh Indar
By Tom Gascoyne
Lakota guilty; GE crops issue goes to ballot; Barone bounced.
Hey, there really are jobs.
Jerry King is a wildland fire contractor who lives in Paradise.
By Jerry King
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Rachel Bartlett, owner/operator of Johnny on the Spot portable toilets.
By C. Owsley Rain
Cook cooks up Flume Street idea, bank deal closes and carpet store helps school library.
Modest Mouse returns to Chico with a gold album and a hit video in tow—how did this happen?
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Creative Movement Exploration class gives physically challenged dancers room to move.
By Michelle Maas
The 1893 World’s Columbian Expo is given extra mass murder flavor in Erik Larson’s The Devil in the White City.
Reviewed by Carey Wilson
Cowboy Junkies rock harder and dirtier on new One Soul Now, featuring bonus ’Neath Your Covers EP.
By Joe Krulder
All Bossa Nova all the time.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
String cheese incident jams into Chico for a show at the Senator Theater.
By Cord Nowell
Rush’s 30th-anniversary tour a huge retrospective.
By Carey Wilson
Too much to see, not enough lines at Van’s Warped Tour.
Henri gets stood up, but not before enjoying a wonderful meal at Chico’s newest upscale restaurant.
By Henri Bourride
Farrell vehicle is ‘90-some minutes of extravagant silliness.’
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
King Arthur is flawed but intriguing.
Since signing to Geffen Records, Sonic Youth have compiled an impressive collection of video accompaniment to its aural arsenal.
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