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The big fight in the Paradise school board race is about—get this—a proposal to teach the Bible in the high school.
By Josh Indar
This article was published on 09.30.04
It’s been done before in 1963, members of the John Birch Society, in a fit of Cold War paranoia, tried to take over Paradise schools.
Local artist/musician Danny West dead at 54.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Butte County adopts an AB3030 plan to manage groundwater.
Copmany faces fines for allegedly burning toxic materials in Northwest Chico.
Author warns of the dangers of genetically altered food crops.
By Tom Gascoyne
Chamber goes with veterans in city-school endorsements.
By Devanie Angel
Why we endorse the GE-free measure on the November ballot.
Everybody has Danny West stories. Here are some of mine.
By John LaPado
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By C. Owsley Rain
Nursing home slammed again, Oberon’s and Azteca are out, Safeway’s bum deal.
Paradise author Greg Boyd releases a multimedia collection of rediscovered art called The Nambuli Papers.
By Jason Cassidy
Documentary photos and film record ‘Land Wars’ in new Avenue 9 Gallery series.
Shelter author revisits 31 years of inspired handbuilt homes.
Reviewed by Robert Speer
Line ’em up! It’s time to learn how to make cocktails.
By Shannon Rooney
The next female singer-songwriter, Beth Waters.
By Sophie Speer
Volkaert’s For the Ladies is ‘crazy, tasty and sexy.’
A rough road leads Laura Love to a life of music.
Symphonic near-perfection for three sold-out nights of North State Symphony’s A Night in Italy.
New café offers Bay Area sophistication and presentation.
Shark Tale didn’t wait for three days to get stinky.
By Bob Grimm
The Forgotten is not a Sixth Sense knockoff, and that’s good.
By Craig Blamer
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