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Wally Herger moves to Chico. We pay him a visit.
By Jennifer Scholtes
This article was published on 06.09.05
Chico cops shoot unarmed fugitive.
By Tom Gascoyne
Supremes ignore states’ rights, overrule med-pot laws.
By Josh Indar
Fellow pledge describes the horror of the night Matthew Carrington died.
By Mark Lore
Hmong fought for U.S. during Vietnam War.
By Devanie Angel
Oroville Hospital hires booby-jiggling doc; No jail for Chico activist; Butte College solar project gets final OK.
See how much the pols get paid.
From “Hot Dog” to Surf Dawg.
The story behind those Ten Commandment monuments.
By Richard Ek
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
They’ve rescued one little piece of dirt from weedy anonymity and turned it into a flowering delight.
By Robert Speer
In which Culture Vulture and the lovely I. Daphne St. Brie are nearly smashed to bits by a very dangerously driven police car.
By C. Owsley Rain
New kiddie mag, pizza pass-off, antique angst and hospital hoopla.
By Local Bastard
Chico painter Chunhong Chang prepares to show her culture-blending works in New York City.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Fresh Ink fest is back at Blue Room Theatre.
By Carey Wilson
Let the experienced hands at KZFR’s fourth-annual Touch of Chico fundraiser take away the strain.
By Michele Bechard
Journey into the radioactive wasteland of Chernobyl with the hero of Gorky Park, Arkady Renko.
Reviewed by Robert Speer
Collection of best-friend break-up short stories.
Reviewed by Stephanie Bird
Little Charlie and Rick Estrin rip it up on inventive Nine Lives.
By Miles Jordan
Singer/songwriter survives tragedies and plays music again.
Tour send-off opens summer music season.
By Jason Cassidy
Fabulous Thunderbirds stay tuff at Big Room show.
By John LaPado
Jedidiah’s serves up fresh food from a hidden location.
Classic story of Depression-era boxer’s return to glory almost overshadowed by director Ron Howard’s re-cooking in Cinderella Man.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Bloom, an updated film adaptation of James Joyce’s Ulysses.
By Stephen Metzger
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