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Interview with a black man recently arrived in Chico.
This article was published on 07.14.05
Grand Jury report rips into county development process, Chico schools funding.
By Robert Speer
Top cop Bruce Hagerty files with city for work-related medical condition.
By Tom Gascoyne
Grand jury finds problems at CUSD.
By Devanie Angel
A random sampling of anti-parking garage referendum fails.
Butte supes say “no” to Glenn County conjunctive water use scheme.
By Josh Indar
CUSD settles religious club’s lawsuit over access.
Andrews to run for supe seat, deputies don’t like county head, neighbors voice concerns over hospital expansion plans.
The most successful dead entertainers.
Let voters decide on Prop. 77.
Working together to expand Enloe.
By Eric M. Hitchcock
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
New tattoo/barbershop opens in south Chico.
By Lauren Evans
By C. Owsley Rain
new anchor, a move downtown, businesses for sale and an unusual working arrangement.
By Local Bastard
The people and history behind Shakespeare in the Park.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Chico Theater Company, still fighting to keep musicals alive in Chico.
By Michele Bechard
A Western novel written in sculptured prose.
Reviewed by Robert Speer
The chilling dangers of crab fishing.
By Jason Cassidy
By Mark Lore
Kinski’s new Sub Pop release, Alpine Static, rocks out while it wanders about.
Kinski channels sonic experiments into focused new release Alpine Static.
By Radar General
SONiA brings message to Moxie’s.
Henri gets lost (again) only to find himself in gourmet heaven.
By Henri Bourride
It’s getting hard to telling the difference among the Japanese horror remakes.
By Craig Blamer
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