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Connolly’s approach to alternative education makes a big impact at Fair View.
By Landon Moblad
This article was published on 05.18.06
Two sides, two sets of reasons why Enloe’s anesthesiologists walked off the job.
By Robert Speer
Speier swings her lieutenant governor campaign through Chico.
Mechoopda Indian Tribe unveils its casino designs.
By Evan Tuchinsky
County administrator blames state for home-care workers’ low pay.
Is regional water planning good or bad for Butte County? The verdict is still out.
By Joe Krulder
MoveOn targets Herger on Medicare drug plan.
Do the right thing for home-care workers.
CCY pools resources to help young people achieve their goals.
By Emily Alma
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Traveling preacher comes clean.
By Mark Lore
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Throwdown keeps the lifestyle clean and the music dirty.
By Brad Lambert
After 20 years of collecting dust in a barn, the late Ken Morrow’s sculptures are finally on display.
By Saunthy Singh
By Carla Resnick
Fifteen years in the making, the Chico User’s Guide informs as it entertains.
Reviewed by Miles Jordan
WORSHIP THE SUN!
Ex Unicorns members are on to something brilliant with their new band Islands.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
California guitarist meets up with Papua New Guinea stringbands for a joyous record.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Knopfler and Harris share bittersweet tales of life on the road.
By Carey Wilson
Forging rock, blues and country guitarist Lee Roy Parnell always gets the floor moving.
Celestino’s: When old school makes you drool, that’s amore.
By Lenny Hubbard
Poseidon Adventure remake does nothing new, but annoy.
By Craig Blamer
Art School Confidential gets wrapped up in spoofery, not story.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
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