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This article was published on 05.26.05
New marine recruitment center draws protests.
By Jason Cassidy
Founders now working on school program.
By Devanie Angel
Expelled students equal big bucks for the school district if a facility to accommodate them can be opened.
CARD board set to detail MLK honor in Community Park.
By Tom Gascoyne
Survivor and family give statements to court.
Parking garage opponents launch referndum try to reverse parking meter extentions.
Wildcats baseball, expelled students and wealthier legislators.
If kids were dollars…
Sometimes statistics don’t lie.
Studies can be decieving.
By Kent Wooldridge
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Editor of the Butte College Roadrunner ready to fly off to Berkeley.
By C. Owsley Rain
A new owner at Morning Thunder, new pizzas and a test-ride.
By Local Bastard
If all the projects proposed for Bidwell Park had actually made it to the present day, we’d have a whole different park, on our hands.
By Josh Indar
Superstar grads of Chico Community Ballet return for Silver Anniversary performance.
By Mary Abowd
Roth’s latest is a scary, plausible tour-de-force.
Reviewed by Robert Speer
Chico’s Lee Simpson Band has that California soul.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Spoon gets all fictional on latest, Gimme Fiction.
By Stephanie Bird
Steve Malkmus is large, and he contains multitudes on Face the Truth.
Farzad Kashtiban brings Persian power-pop to Chico from Iran.
Dirty Mick Productions puts on a fun, noisy night at Vets Hall.
New Cocodine offers lovely décor, quality Thai menu.
By Shannon Rooney
Behind the scenes documentary focuses on the dangerous lives of young American soldiers in Iraq war.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
As in, “three coins in the…”
Wondering what your kids will do this summer? Check out these day camps.
By Robert Speer
Clip-out calendar of summer music festivals.
Rating margaritas is fun, but watch out!
By Mark Lore
Bob Grimm on which summer movies will rock and which will suck.
By Bob Grimm
With three pro teams, Chico has full program of games scheduled for the summer.
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