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Solar revolution begins in Butte County.
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 08.05.04
Developer Tom DiGiovanni explains why he went solar.
How solar panels produce electricity.
Donovan Phipps faces 32 years to life.
By Devanie Angel
Historic Chico building goes up in flames.
Sales tax ballot initiative to fund cops, firefighters again turned down by supervisors.
By Josh Indar
Sentencing delayed for fatal hit-and-run driver.
Chico plastic surgeon accused of brandishing weapon after traffic mishap.
Madden sentenced; park may be named after MLK.
By Anne Schulte
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By C. Owsley Rain
Culinary Academy closes, chefs cook it up and gangsta rap is hot topic.
A top shaman shows some docs another way to heal.
By Shannon Rooney
Two photographer with two different subjects convene at new Avenue 9 Gallery exhibit.
By MaryRose Lovgren
J. M. Coetzee.
Reviewed by Robert Speer
These two argue. A lot.
By Jason Cassidy
The Hives, already extinct?
By C. Harris-Nystrom
“The Godfather of Austin Blues” is back at it.
By Miles Jordan
The hyperactive Tilly and the Wall are coming to the Bean Scene with Pedro the Lion.
Redding bands rock Chico’s Fulcrum Records.
Chico’s Indecisive Youth ends on a raucous note.
By Chelsea Sime
Getting in touch with her ‘inner princess’ at The Albatross.
Manchurian Candidate remake is a well-made and well-acted and little overcooked.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
More crazy, scary twists from tone-master Shyamalan.
By Craig Blamer
Welcome to Goin’ Chico, students!
By CN&R Staff
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