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As the planet heats up, prominent environmentalists now agree with George W. Bush that nuclear energy may be our last best hope. Has panic set in?
By R.V. Scheide
This article was published on 09.07.06
As atomic-energy proponents push ahead, California considers whether to pull back.
Council candidate Mary Flynn once made a mistake—and now she doesn’t want it used against her.
By Robert Speer
What does mega-corporation Lifetouch offer that local photography studios don’t?
Two pilots from Chico’s air show demonstrate their skill to a thrilled passenger.
By Meredith J. Cooper
With the Sacramento policed to the max, partiers find another place to have fun.
By Bryce Benson
Council development, shelter follow-up and scores, scores, scores.
California takes the lead in greenhouse-gas reduction, over the ‘no’ votes of two local legislators.
We are safer now than in 2001, but not as safe as we could be.
Being in New York on 9/11 put life in perspective.
By Emily Brannen
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Local environmentalist starts a cleanup campaign.
By Leslie Williams
A father all too familiar with worrying reflects on parents with even worse fears.
By Jaime O'Neill
By Anthony Peyton Porter
By Evan Tuchinsky
The Velvet Teen stays off the beaten path.
By Mark Lore
Park art; public art and pirate art … and theaters that are not in Chico.
By Jason Cassidy
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival continues its longstanding tradition.
By C. Harris-Nystrom, and Robert Speer
Yacht Rock and the unlikliest of metal bands.
Bruce Cockburn continues to pull no punches with Life Short Call Now
By Joe Krulder
Violinist Tom Rigney fronts his own band, and the result is indeed off the hook.
By Miles Jordan
In typical fashion, things stay nice and dark.
Five & Eye has everything students could want in a restaurant right at the campus epicenter.
The Wicker Man … not so scary.
By Craig Blamer
Jason Statham vehicle delivers what it promises.
Brick offers classic murder mystery with touches of film-noir.
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