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Fame may not agree with her, but Chico State’s Amber Simmons has earned it anyway.
By Evan Tuchinsky
This article was published on 09.28.06
A look at some other athletes and coaches who could put Chico on the map in 2007.
By Mark Lore
Magalia’s only family practice may have to close its doors because it has no place to go.
By Robert Speer
Campaigning is heating up, and so are the signage wars.
On the heels of takeover talk, Butte Humane Society and Chico officials work on a five-year deal.
The proverbial sleepy farm town is about to get busier.
By Meredith J. Cooper
Recent grads’ timing is right: Jobs are out there.
By Bryce Benson
Doolittle gets recognized; roadless rule reinstated; for-sale cars banned from school lots.
Feeling good about eating bad.
HR 4844, supported by Herger, would impose onerous obstacles.
Intelligence officials state what many people already know.
President Bush is twisting the Constitution to allow the CIA to use torture.
By Don Fultz
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Local woman shows her pagan pride.
By C. Owsley Rain
Chico Theater Company conjures up laughs with Blithe Spirit
By Leslie Williams
John LaPado has lived his life in music.
By Carey Wilson
Party on, Chico; local music makes good, and the big journey to KZFR.
Young adventurers head to ruins after one goes missing … not a good idea.
Reviewed by Craig Blamer
UK guerilla-graffiti artist does what all of us only wish we could do.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Neuros encourages hacking; groping for the good of technology; frakin’ cool Battlestar Galactica parties and other tech-y tales.
By Morgan Paar
After a three-year absence, Cursive still at the top of their game.
Jackie Greene pleases all ages at Big Room.
Leon Russell breezes through the classics.
Henri braves the wilderness for the Forest Ranch Roadhouse.
By Henri Bourride
Factotum takes a ride with Bukowski’s alter ego.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Jackass Number Two is raunchy but hilarious.
European-flavored film is a poignant comedy from Liev Schreiber.
By Dan Cohen
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