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A former company town in Northern California struggles with ideals and economics trying to decide whether to let Nestlé buy and bottle its water.
By Josh Indar
This article was published on 07.21.05
Chain grocer is about to sign lease in Chico.
By Devanie Angel
Council upholds developer appeal to build subdivision on Bruce Road.
Mayor proposes charrette to deal with parking structure issue.
One ‘subgroup’ didn’t meet targets.
Gov’s pick for toxics board has funny ideas about gays; CSU Chico grad wins big at poker; Council bound for em-dom discussion.
Record july highs around the U.S.
Despite the grand jury’s findings, the verdict is still out on Sloan.
By Steven Trenholme
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Georgia-based pet detective lands a gig in Chico.
By Mark Lore
By C. Owsley Rain
Can the school district learn from the grand jury report?
By Andrea Lerner
The rumors are for reals, awards aplenty, a house up for grabs and a parking rant.
By Tom Gascoyne
By Local Bastard
Annual WorldFest sweats out a ninth season in Sierra Nevada foothills.
By Carey Wilson, and Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
A fun and lusty treatment of Shakespeare’s timeless comedy As You Like It
By Michele Bechard
Rev your anti-WalMart engines.
Reviewed by Carla Resnick
400-lb. San Diego man walks cross country to shed weight.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Architecture in Helskinki = migraine from Australia.
By Radar General
All-American Rejects, emo as usual.
By Jason Cassidy
Redding’s The Red Robot calls it quits at height of popularity.
So far, Kinski-headlined show at Off Limits is tops.
History, atmosphere, good food and service in one place.
By Shannon Rooney
Dandy candy and quick lickers in the chocolate factory.
By Craig Blamer
March of the Penguins, documentary of the Anarctic Emperor Penguin.
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