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Paradise voters must decide if the potential revenues brought in by a new shopping center at the entrance to the town will offset the impact such a development will have on the community.
By Mark Lore
This article was published on 07.29.04
Chico father sentenced to nine years may get a second chance.
By Tom Gascoyne
Bikes could travel across creek, under Pine Street.
By Devanie Angel
Homeland security funds tied to terror threats?
By Josh Indar, and Ryan Lee
Chico soul food restaurant copes with threats, “Aryan” graffiti.
By Josh Indar
Superintendent is evaluated each July, usually to little fanfare.
Ousted former Principal Jeff Sloan’s replacement has staff blessing.
West Nile here, piano facelift, Senator Theater chills out.
Dope on the drug problem.
It’s all connected.
City should adopt compromise in honoring MLK.
By Gary Robinson
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Local store sells mini racecars.
By Cord Nowell
By C. Owsley Rain
A group of Chico cyclists takes on the Markleeville Death Ride.
By Lizanne Sandbach Fowler
Exhibit will be at Chico Museum through Sept. 5.
Chico writer/musician Tom Blodgett publishes Spanish instruction book/cd Músicapædeia.
Reviewed by Stephen Metzger
The Cure are still doin’ it up right.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Keane’s Hopes and Fears is as safe as music gets.
Laurie Lews & Tom Rozum team up on Guest House.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
The life of a singing cowboy is a thankless lot.
Roots of Orchis gives Moxie’s something to watch, but not much to listen to.
By Jason Cassidy
Chico’s Mossy Creek is a bluegrass family.
Traveling Smithsonian food exhibit comes to Paradise.
By Henri Bourride
Jim Jarmusch’s ode to everyday addictions took only 20 years to make.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
By Craig Blamer
Welcome to Goin’ Chico, students!
The new-students’ guide to important faces on campus.
A president’s welcome.
By Paul Zingg
You’ll have more fun in Chico if you take the time to learn something about its history.
By Robert Speer
Why people go to community college first.
By Shannon Savage
Why join a fraternity or sorority? There are more reasons than you might think.
A is for Apple; B is for Big A,B,C… guide to what there is to do in Chico, CA.
A handy list of visual arts venues in Chico.
A primer for students on how to deal with the police.
A list of morning hot spots.
What not to do.
Words to know in Chico.
Listen to these pieces of advice from your soon-to-be instructors. They’ve been there, done that.
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