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This article was published on 01.19.06
Premiums have risen more than 100 percent in five years.
By Devanie Angel
Doctor offers guide to healthcare maze.
By Roy L. Bishop MD
Workers’ comp reform is proving effective at lower rates for employers, but what has it done to injured employees.
By Tom Gascoyne
Former assistant D.A. Kristen Lucena is as yet unopposed for judge seat.
By Josh Indar
Unions, civic leaders gather to blast Enloe for stalled contracts.
Liberals are no-fly in the red zone that is Marysville.
By Cosmo Garvin
School board looks to change agenda, assistant city attorney named, KZFR looks to hire news director.
This is out?
Reproductive rights are human rights.
By Shauna Heckert
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Meet Don Bird, a man who wants a jury, not a judge, to hear his excuse for speeding.
By C. Owsley Rain
Restaurant Rescue, secret sale, Crabb walk, M&Ms.
Yearwood means a lot to many—in an interesting way.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Local bluesman Bill Zongker dies, but local legend lives on.
By Jim Conlin
By Mark Lore
Survivorman: The real Survivor.
By Jason Cassidy
Global Gourmet site offers the best of all worlds.
A fond farewell.
By Stephanie Bird
Local fiddle player makes good on 3 Fox Drive’s latest record.
By Jaime O'Neill
Three5Human uses rock ‘n’ roll to break down social barriers.
By Lenny Hubbard
Taco’s De Acapulco, an oasis in a culinary desert.
Rehashed storyline and shtick spoils this one.
By Craig Blamer
Dysfunctional family’s tendancies become endearing.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Campy re-release for weirdos only.
By Carey Wilson
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