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How far was Scott Brown willing to go to get rid of a principal he didn’t like? Pretty damned far…
By Robert Speer
This article was published on 03.08.07
The council dances around an effort to forbid the Chamber of Commerce to endorse candidates.
Chico’s library is a wonderful asset, but look what they’ve done in Redding.
Bees are dying, well, like flies—with potentially catastrophic impacts on farming.
By Joe Krulder
Chico State professors discuss “soft journalism"—and come to opposite conclusions on keeping up with the news.
By Melissa Daugherty
New Enloe CEO’s troubles mount; gravel mine fight goes on; get those med-pot IDs right now.
How Americans view abortion.
The Chico school district needs to do some serious housecleaning.
Local farmer spreads the word about RCD efforts.
By Terrell Storm
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
Attorney Michael Erpino says the courtroom is like a stage.
By Carey Wilson
By Anthony Peyton Porter
By Evan Tuchinsky
S.F. artist Chris Ballantyne can say a lot in few brush strokes.
By Marisol Salgado
Art in the park, Shakespeare in the Park and parking your seat at two local theater companies.
By Jason Cassidy
Local artist Lynn Danehy attempts to get her life on track after being hit by a drunk driver.
By Laura Hauser
Birthdays, fun with math, tribute bands that suck, and God and guns.
By Mark Lore
Educational book from Banana Slug String Band member educates children on life of a river, but not grammar.
Reviewed by Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
You heard it here first: Deerhunter’s Cryptograms is the best album of the year.
By C. Harris-Nystrom
Country legend Charlie Louvin returns with an all-star cast with somewhat mixed results.
By Michael Kuker
Musician Erin Lizardo talks about the elements that infuse her art.
Henri and Colette hit up Scrambles for a late, tasty breakfast.
By Henri Bourride
Zodiac thoroughly captures fascination of infamous serial killer.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Writer/director Craig Brewer works out his own effed-up issues in Black Snake Moan
By Craig Blamer
The Ground Truth offers a compelling look at soldiers’ lives after Iraq.
By Jaime O'Neill
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