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Bidwell Park turns 100 years old.
By Jason Cassidy
This article was published on 07.07.05
Annie Bidwell’s deed of Bidwell Park to the City of Chico.
Coinciding with the centennial of Bidwell Park is the drafting an updated park Master Management Plan.
Family friends protest death of Lavell Proctor at the hands of the Chico police.
By Tom Gascoyne
President of the sheriff’s deputies’ union blasts county CAO.
By Josh Indar
Union plans to seek raise, but all eyes are on governor.
By Devanie Angel
Thai government looks to expel Hmong.
Enloe expansion to go before city council; homeless advocate vacates post; Katz Skyway project dealt legal setback.
When Mayors collide.
City should buy the Comanche Creek property.
The death and destruction fostered by out-of-control student behavior must end.
By Ronald Angle
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Fifteen minutes with a band instrument repairman.
By C. Owsley Rain
Thrifty pets, almond time, bungalow visit and insurance-sellings tots.
By Local Bastard
No longer just Eminem’s crew, D12 joins Anger Management Tour and makes mark with new collaborative CD.
By Alan Sculley
Two artists and two shows take summer residence at Humanities Center Gallery.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
J.T. Leroy makes for fine summer reading.
Reviewed by Carla Resnick
Legacy goes all out on authentic Charlie Poole compilation.
By Carey Wilson
The Ponys make a fine angry noise.
By Radar General
Weezer cuts a catchy album, but take the easy route.
By Mark Lore
Olympia’s The King Cobra slither down the left coast.
The Duhks were flying Tuesday night.
Catch it before it’s gone.
By Robert Speer
For War of the Worlds, overdoing it is mostly a good thing.
By Craig Blamer
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