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By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 01.27.05
2005 may be a year of healing for Marsh Junion High.
By Mark Lore
PV High student suspended for altering article.
Some schools are making admissions testing option—would it work at Chico State?
By Robert Speer
New chair takes over Chico State University Journalism Deparment.
By Tom Gascoyne
A former ‘dozer driver comes forward with accusations the Army dumped 250 tons of ammo at the Sacramento Valley Wildlife Refuge.
By Josh Indar
Sigma Chi suspended after pledge alcohol incident.
By Corey O'Neil
City gets update on its nitrate action plan.
Historic theater may be on the chopping block.
City funds Hooker Oak bench project; CSSA writes a bill; County may take dumpers cars away.
2005 Super Bowl commercial info.
The bird is the word.
Think Outlaws is a bad name? What about these names?
By Tim Milhorn
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Two baristas explain their jobs.
By C. Owsley Rain
Deconstructing Butte College and its predilection for dysfunction.
By Jaime O'Neill
Sacramento experimental music group Uberkunst comes to Chico.
By Jason Cassidy
Birdcage Theatre tells Steinbeck’s classic Of Mice and Men well.
A cast of men plays a cast of nuns raising money in a variety show in Theatre on the Ridge’s Nunsense, Amen!
By Helene Hogue
British space-rockers Hawkwind get a book.
Reviewed by Carey Wilson
Food and mystery combine in 12th installment of Diane Mott Davidson’s Goldy Shulz series.
Reviewed by MaryRose Lovgren
NRBQ is still going on latest release Dummy.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
The Ponys bring the danger with debut album Laced with Romance.
By Radar General
Former Elton John, Desert Rose Band and Hellecaster guitarist John Jorgenson brings Gypsy jazz to the Big Room.
Rickie Lee Jones brings a crowd to Paradise.
The Red Tavern sets the standard for fine dining in Chico.
By Shannon Rooney
Battle lines are foggy in gritty action/thriller remake of Assault on Precinct 13.
By Craig Blamer
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