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Frustration, devastation and the continuing reality of Katrina’s wrath.
By CN&R Staff
This article was published on 10.13.05
Two former Chicoans escape Katrina only to sludge through her aftermath.
By Steve Krekel
A Chico State grad student chafes against the bureacracy as he tries to help flood victims in a Lousiana shelter.
By Nathaniel Miles Millard
Deborah Valentine tells her Red Cross shelter story.
By Josh Indar
Mansion Park neighborhood has found this battle before.
By Devanie Angel
National Coming Out Day comes to Chico State.
By Mark Lore
Williamson Act reinterpretation scares miners, supes.
Humboldt property owner fined.
By Tom Gascoyne
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
A meth bill passes; city debates party response; natural gas prices to rise; Local author, historian Lois McDonald dies.
What it costs to put a cap on Labor Day fun.
School board should get over the Sloan affair.
City should rethink the parking structure option.
Developers of Doe Mill not playing by the rules.
By Tracy McDonald
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Chico State student Sanni Youboty is a renascence woman.
By C. Owsley Rain
Matt Keller leaves KNVN, PG&E to leave downtown, sleep study leaves me sleepy and Safeway leaves me dazzled.
By Local Bastard
One man’s night of art, poetry, music and dance at the 1078.
By Brad Lambert
Whitewater enthusiasts fought for the right to ride the rapids.
Sports and politics.
Reviewed by Tom Blodget
Scary places to visit.
Not a weak moment on Lost Highway Nashville compilation.
By Carey Wilson
Jay Farrar dusts off Son Volt for new album.
By Michael Kuker
More squawk from punk pioneers Millions of Dead Cops.
Chicoan Sally Van Meter plays Dobro with Chris Hillman and Herb Pederson at Sierra Nevada Big Room.
The Roost Café serves up good food on the south side.
Waiting… is Clerks for chain restaurant employees.
By Craig Blamer
Claymation Wallace & Gromit are back.
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