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Five local heroes we can all be thankful for.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 11.25.04
For the second time in three months one of the century-old buildings that once housed the Diamond Match Company burns to the ground.
By Mark Lore
Butte College’s solar energy project is halted to to litigation by irate neighbor.
Activists to continue effort to rename park in honor of Martin Luther King.
By Tom Gascoyne
Are the feds fostering water ranching?
By Carla Resnick
CAMP out; hello, Canada; will Chico election results change?
Car dives into Big Chico Creek.
Challenges and opportunities after Arafat.
By Ali Sarsour
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Butte College student doubles as the campus info person.
By C. Owsley Rain
Jake Early’s Chico and Bidwell Park prints are hottest-selling art in town.
By Jason Cassidy
Maskmaker/performer Michael Cooper creates magic with changing forms.
By MaryRose Lovgren
A beautiful, 700-page compilation of Jaime Hernandez’s Love & Rockets series.
Reviewed by Carey Wilson
Shallow sex and partying by Playboy writer Katie Moran.
Reviewed by Carla Resnick
Bay Area violinist Tom Rigney’s latest is a ‘mixed bag of treats.’
By Miles Jordan
New SpongeBob Squarepants movie has a soundtrack that is just as fun as the cartoon.
Michael Jackson, The Grateful Dead, Nirvana and The Beatles all have fancy new box sets coming out for the holidays.
North State Symphony outdoes itself with The Titan.
Henri offers a novel way to cook the Thanksgiving bird.
By Henri Bourride
Annette Bening and strong supporting cast provide Being Julia with brilliant nuances.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Weak script and pat performances bury National Treasure.
By Craig Blamer
Partonize local stores and buy local products this year.
Local authors offer a wide range of attractive, readable works.
By Robert Speer
Locally made art abounds in locally owned galleries.
Locally produced food and libations are a good way to give with Butte County in mind.
By Flannigan Hollidae
Local musicians offer plenty of gift giving options.
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