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Golfing on borrowed time at Sunset Hills.
By Josh Indar
This article was published on 09.02.04
A numerical snapshot of our favorite corporation, Wal-Mart.
New water contracts would cover 25 to 40 years.
By Devanie Angel
Campus police call it a “tool” that’s safe and effective.
County finalizes, adopts budget full of one-time fixes.
Police pursuit ends in fatal crash.
By Tom Gascoyne
Some “program improvement” schools are on the state’s radar.
Remembering those who have died in Iraq.
By Kenneth Joseph Colgan
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
University Police chief took silver in 1984 Olympics.
By C. Owsley Rain
Not-so-great news for: Spectra-Physics, Krispy Kreme and Chuck Patterson.
Talk show for teens taking off on KZFR.
The new Alliance of Chico-area Theatres seeks to solidify Chico’s theater identity.
By Jason Cassidy
Nobody knows Hollywood better than Joe Eszterhas and now he tells all.
Reviewed by Robert Speer
World of big business analyzed, satirized and criticized on adbusters.org.
By Carey Wilson
Black Uhuru’s Michael Rose puts out impressive Best of.
By Solid Rock
A Jukebox Envy.
Leon Redbone comes to Paradise.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Ben Kweller wins over Chico State crowd with tight jeans and love songs.
Think all chain restaurants are bad? You haven’t been to The Olive Garden lately.
By Shannon Rooney
Nameless warrior fights for Chinese empire in colorful martial arts spectacle Hero.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Suspect Zero delivers for the serial-killer genre, but not for much else.
By Craig Blamer
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