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War accounts from local National Guard soldiers who’ve done their time in Iraq.
By Leslie Layton
This article was published on 03.16.06
How the Iraq War caught up with and changed Oroville’s William Gable.
Small family farmers fight tagging program.
By Devanie Angel
Supes race: Watts out, Bertagna in, Dolan runs alone.
By Josh Indar
Former Marsh principal to sue district over demotion.
Fraud following Katrina.
Don’t look now! Here comes another war.
By Marianne Paiva
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Sid Locksley means what he says.
By Mark Lore
By C. Owsley Rain
Foxy vitamins, baseball, ferrets and I’m really gone this time.
A conversation with Chico’s industrial-goth-metal artists, The Kunst Conspiracy.
By Jason Cassidy
The NorCal Rollergirls ride the wave of the sport’s popularity.
By Sarah Rich
Final novel from Tristan Egolf keeps tradition of fiction and satire.
Reviewed by Craig Blamer
Author makes thorough examination of the Brill Building era.
Reviewed by Dan Cohen
By Stephanie Bird
Sigil an impressive debut from gnawa practitioner Nuru Kane.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Chico is home to a quite well-known band we don’t know very well.
By Charles H. Peckham V
Chico Locker and Sausage Company have a fresh outlook.
By Henri Bourride
The hills are alive with the sound of screaming.
By Craig Blamer
The Libertine: Heavy on imagry, lacking in emotion.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Walk The Line leaves less to be desired; DVD extras don’t help matters.
By Michael Kuker
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