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A new biography gets intimate with Mrs. Bidwell.
By Robert Speer
This article was published on 11.04.04
Author got the bug doing family research.
Election night coverage.
By Carla Resnick, Corey O'Neil, Mark Lore, and Tom Gascoyne
Thanks to overwhelming police presence Halloween in Chico was quiet this year.
By Mark Lore
City Council makes way for big fat SUVs.
By Tom Gascoyne
Sheriff posts crime long on Web; stupid, drunk criminal gets nabbed; Chico honored for bikes.
Butte County 2004 voter registration
Energy crises could put us on the verge of a new consciousness.
By David Sisk
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Chico via South Central poet and Chico State student Jamel Shakir.
By Jason Cassidy
By C. Owsley Rain
Worm farmer, chicken farmer and ambassador for swing music for half a century, Sam Lasell is Chico’s oldest working musician.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Local art collector and appraiser Richard Frey shows museum-quality works at Dovetail.
Built to Spill’s Doug Martsch prepares for a short tour on the way to All Tommorrow’s Parties Fest.
Halloween night party is last show ever for Electric Circus.
Henri warms up to the House of Thai.
By Henri Bourride
First-time director hits more than misses in brutal Saw.
By Craig Blamer
Ray Charles life is energetically portrayed in musical biopic.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
By CN&R Staff
A season of fun and activity.
It’s only natural.
Facts and figures for where you are.
What have you gotten yourself into?
Chico’s center of culture and commerce.
University makes town what it is.
Variety is the spice of education.
Exploring your environs.
A place to play.
In sickness and in health.
Chico is shoppers’ dream.
A little person’s dream.
The Kiwanis-Chico Commmunity Observatory in Upper Bidwell Park leads children and adults alike into the realm of space and curiosity.
The taste of the town.
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