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Here’s what happened when 40 Chico high-schoolers went to China to sing.
By Bruce Dillman
This article was published on 04.28.05
A Chico girl appreciates her high school counterparts.
By Sophie Speer
Brown will stick around until a replacement is found.
By Devanie Angel
Aero Union crash won’t affect Forest Service contracts.
By Josh Indar
Two fraternities have been suspended from Chico State for “poor decision making.”
By Mark Lore
Independent report on county legal system targets D.A.'s office and case management policies; D.A. says report is flawed.
Also, administrative changes are revealed.
Is it me or is there a draft in here? CN&R stringer reports from New York on NFL college picks.
By Dan Nguyen-Tan
Possible embezzlement case at Chico Jr. High; Report on CSUC energy use out; Kristie’s law fails to pass; Tattoo shop beating ends in assault arrests.
Despite diminished headlines, AIDS is still a worldwide epidemic.
Bus a movement.
Don’t be paved over by the parking structure.
By Karl Ory
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By Robert Speer
Exploring the wonders of anachronistic TV viewing and the marvels of canine/human relations.
By C. Owsley Rain
When honest journalism doesn’t pay the rent.
By Jaime O'Neill
Blair ready to air, SIFE at it again and CCY conjures up May Magic.
By Tom Gascoyne
By Local Bastard
Butte Creek Canyon women donate recipes and drop their tops to raise money for the preservation of Centerville’s historic landmarks.
By Joe Krulder
Rachel Westlund’s Irish Soda Bread.
New weekly comedy night starts off fun at Chico Cabaret.
By Helene Hogue
New collection brings together 20 famous writers to tell their stories of “growing up global.”
Reviewed by Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Rock Paper Scissors has world music coverered.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Play virtual scrabble with a friend on the other side of the world.
By Stephen Metzger
Hot Hot Heat rocks it straight for its major label debut.
By Sierra Countis
Sacramento’s Carquinez Straits takes life on with a country shuffle.
It’s something in the blood, as the Brubeck Brothers live up to the family name at the Big Room.
You want location? Try Rosie’s on the Runway.
Sydney Pollack slowly and a ‘little too neatly’ piles on the drama in The Interpreter .
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Not worth a King’s free movie pass.
By Craig Blamer
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