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The winning entries in our 2005 photo contest.
This article was published on 06.16.05
How Ed and Georgie Szendrey witnessed 173 Hmong surrendering to the communists—and what happened afterward.
By Nirmal Ghosh
A selection of fine photos submitted to the CN&R photo contest.
Our photo contest honorable mention winners.
Court ruling means dealers can ship to more states.
By Lauren Brooks
Closure of the seedling nursery leaves a handful of employees jobless.
By Mark Lore
By Lauren Evans
Just as the investigation of Chico’s second officer-involved shooting this year is wrapped up, the third happens. This time Chico cops are trapped in a standoff with an armed suspect.
By Josh Indar
Epis to be re-sentenced; Brown Act stays in effect; Butte County ag disaster.
People are still reading daily newspapers, but the numbers are declining.
Fork it over.
A written thank-you for a dad’s efforts to write a book.
By Rachael Newkirk
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
In which Culture Vulture asks the age-old question: Why do we need charity?
By C. Owsley Rain
Chefs cook it up, Pow wow is on, hospital is good and local businesses get media mention.
By Devanie Angel
By Tom Gascoyne
By Local Bastard
Paradise High Remote Operated Vehicle Club headed to national competition.
By MaryRose Lovgren
New Chico Air Museum hosts Wings of Freedom Tour.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
White Stripes latest is a ‘grab-bag of delightful oddities.’
By Hilda Iorga
Sleater-Kinney’s latest turns up the overdrive and blows out the speakers.
By Jason Cassidy
Sensual electronica with The Brazilian Girls.
By Stephanie Bird
Three-year wait is over for new Thievery Corporation disc.
By Morgan Paar
Grammy-nominated bluesman Eric Bibb comes to Chico Women’s Club.
By Joe Krulder
Mother Hips return to Chico with Buffalo Creek.
Henri catches a buzz and the writing spirit at Hemingway’s.
By Henri Bourride
Superstar looks of Pitt and Jolie are about all lame story has going for it in Mr. & Mrs. Smith.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Rodriguez’s 3-D dreamworld adventure is mostly fun.
By Craig Blamer
Welcome to Chico, your new home.
By CN&R Staff
Who are the people behind the names on all those campus buildings?
By Robert Speer
Who to know: A new student’s guide to important faces on campus.
Some places you should know about.
By Devanie Angel, and Mark Lore
What you need to know to live in Chico.
Chico State is a totally sick party college town.
With a new Chico center, community college is more popular than ever.
By Jason Cassidy, and Mark Lore
Chico, CA arts and entertainment venues.
Cut the umbilical cord! Learn to cook for yourself!
By Kelly Shinn
The tenant has rights to that cleaning deposit.
By Mandy Trilck
You’ve tried the chains, now try the locals.
Chico State is not exactly a hotbed of political activity.
You’ve heard the good stuff, now it’s time for the cheese—CN&R columnist Local Bastard’s top-10 list of Chico’s most embarrassing features.
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