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Contrary to popular belief, it isn’t hard to get a CCW permit in California. But do you really need one?
By Josh Indar
This article was published on 12.01.05
2005 calendar of festivities for the holidays in Chico, CA.
Gun rights Q&A with the Chico Chief of Police and the Butte county Sheriff.
School trustee sets sights on county board.
By Devanie Angel
Last of former Chi Tau members enter pleas, family continues to get word out.
By Mark Lore
17-year-old who committed arson at historic Barber Yard sentenced to CYA until age 25.
Helen Kinnee co-founded Chico Peace Endeavor.
Enloe looks at infections; man killed by train in Chico; Squirrel hunter drowns in Sac River; Paradise woman, Stacey Lyn Pool, missing.
Toys to avoid this holiday season.
We don’t need a secret police force; Watts’ supporters reveal his political leanings.
Learning to question our questioning.
By Lani Lila
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Ringing bells and drive-by giving with Cheryl Tuck-Smith.
Lulu’s online, two worthy causes, kudos to cookbooks and energy savers, and finally Trader Joe’s.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
By Tom Gascoyne
The 11th Annual Erotic Art Show moves to Crux and opens minds.
By Brad Lambert
Thirty years ago CSU students staged a sit-in at the president’s office protesting armed campus cops.
By Richard Ek
By Morgan Paar
Local musicians deliver eclectic, spiritual music.
By C. Moore
Patti Smith reissue still seethes rebellion.
By Carey Wilson
Butte Folk Music Society presents an evening with folksinger Utah Phillips.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Henri bones up on hot chow.
By Henri Bourride
Broadway hit Rent comes to the big screen.
By Craig Blamer
New release of Titanic does DVBD release justice.
By Michael Kuker
Latest Star Wars prequel delivers the bells and whistles.
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