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Danny Kohrdt’s plans to bail out Butte County both financially and environmentally, like it or not.
By Tom Gascoyne
This article was published on 04.21.05
How mitigation banking works.
Senator aims to punish partiers with expulsion, but police could use bill on student protestors.
By Devanie Angel
Chico State University President Paul Zingg was finally inaugurated earlier this week.
By Mark Lore
Butte County to install GPS devices on county vehicles.
By Josh Indar
Educators protest governor’s Prop. 98 take-back.
Local assembly reps vote no on making river wild and scenic.
Women’s Center hates porn promo; fire hot, fire burn, fire bad; CSUC AS election results.
What do you get in that thing?
Why an open-structed K-8 school would work in Chico.
By Adrienne Scott
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Richard C. Frey.
By C. Owsley Rain
Biz school winners, energy angst, a job filled and golfing for ag.
By Local Bastard
Following the giant “Cloud Gate” sculpture from Bob Honan’s fabrication shop in Chico to Oakland and all the way to Chicago.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Aspiring movie stars answer Sacramento-based Media Casting’s open call.
By Jason Cassidy
Ward Just’s latest, An Unfinished Season.
Reviewed by Robert Speer
Style Network’s Craft Corner Deathmatch.
Beck returns to his unkool phunk on Guero.
By Stephanie Bird
Innovative soprano saxophonist Jane Ira Bloom’s latest, like silver, like song.
By Miles Jordan
From Chico High to local stages, the Popes have it covered.
Chico State’s Opera Workshop moving in the right direction.
By Ernst Schoen-René
The Bambi Inn in nearby Butte Meadows is a great destination for a weekend drive, and. they serve a great burger.
By Henri Bourride
Overworked horror clichés and silly casting doom Amityville remake.
By Craig Blamer
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