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Saturday, January 19, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Bouncer chases down alleged graffiti vandal

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:14 AM CST

Chris Dow said he literally grew up in downtown Chico, and takes it somewhat personally when people don't respect its unique charm.

Butte, Glenn, Tehama jobless rate up

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:13 AM CST

The state Employment Development Department released December employment figures Friday showing more jobless residents in Butte, Glenn and Tehama counties.

Butte, Glenn, Tehama jobless rate up

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:15 AM CST

The state Employment Development Department released December employment figures Friday showing more jobless residents in Butte, Glenn and Tehama counties.

Climber hurt in upper park fall

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:14 AM CST

A Chico man rock climbing alone in upper Bidwell Park Friday morning was injured and required rescue when he fell from an outcropping known as monkey face.

Cohasset residents, officials review storm concerns

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:14 AM CST

COHASSET -- Public safety spokespeople descended on this small foothill community Thursday evening to listen and respond to residents' concerns about the aftermath of the Jan.

Corrections

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:15 AM CST

In Friday's Enterprise-Record story about Glenn County special education, the correct date by which districts have to know staff changes is March 15.

Daily Planner: Jan. 20

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:12 AM CST

Performances BIRDCAGE THEATRE: 2 p.m. "A Tribute to Love: Three One-Act Plays," 1740 Bird St., Oroville.

Daily Planner: January 19

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:12 AM CST

Events CHICO CERTIFIED FARMERS MARKET: 7:30 a.m.-1 p.m., rain or shine. Drawing 11 a.m. East Second and Wall streets, Chico.

Early traffic: All quiet, canines having trouble

Posted: 18 Jan 2008 10:29 AM CST

While traffic appears to be flowing smoothly in general, it has been a bad morning for canine creatures today in Butte and Glenn counties.

Economy is too robust for it to be a recession

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:14 AM CST

Money and financial market watchers were reluctant to say the "R" word during Thursday's Tri County Economic Forecast Conference.

Enterprise zone information available

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:15 AM CST

The meeting is from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday at Checkers, 109 Table Mountain Blvd. There is no cost. Designed for business owners, accountants and tax preparers, the meeting will focus on the state income tax benefit of the redesignated zone.

Fireplace smoke advisory issued

Posted: 18 Jan 2008 03:22 PM CST

Butte County pollution control officials have issued an advisory that poor air quality is expected, and are asking residents to refrain from using fireplaces and woodstoves tonight.

From the Pulpit

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:15 AM CST

Chico services today: Calvary Chapel of Chico, 1888 Springfield Drive: "A Sign from Heaven," from Pastor Sam Allen; 6 p.

Glenn officials report whopping ag loss

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:13 AM CST

WILLOWS -- Glenn County officials reported the latest total losses calculated from the Jan. 4 storm, with damage to agriculture in the tens of millions and damage to property at nearly $195,000.

Glenn officials report whopping ag loss

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:15 AM CST

WILLOWS -- Glenn County officials reported the latest total losses calculated from the Jan. 4 storm, with damage to agriculture in the tens of millions and damage to property at nearly $195,000.

Hiker hurt in upper park fall

Posted: 18 Jan 2008 04:10 PM CST

A Chico man rock climbing in upper Bidwell Park this morning was injured and required rescue when he fell from an outcropping known as "Monkey Face.

Hiker hurt in upper park fall

Posted: 18 Jan 2008 04:10 PM CST

A Chico man rock climbing in upper Bidwell Park this morning was injured and required rescue when he fell from an outcropping known as "Monkey Face.

Housing: still a gloomy picture

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:14 AM CST

Not one, but two professionals who study the economy had little good to say about the course of the north state housing market.

In Session: Tips to help with confusing Medicare Part D

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:12 AM CST

Now that the deadline for signing up for drug prescription plans has passed, attention will focus on the many drawbacks people will encounter in their new plans.

Junior high kids practice to make perfect concert

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:15 AM CST

Junior high school band and choir kids from across Northern California practiced for nearly 12 hours Friday to give Chico a free concert today.

King to be honored Sunday, Monday

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:15 AM CST

Events honoring the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. are planned Sunday in Chico, and Monday in Paradise. Trinity United Methodist Church on 285 E.

Learning by acting like an Egyptian

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:15 AM CST

Sometimes the best learning involves pretending you were there. Sixth-grade teachers Joan McCormick, Laurie DeBock and Dave Murgia encouraged a lot of pretending and took on a few roles themselves in teaching their classes about ancient Egypt.

Letter: Prosecute teen as minor

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:12 AM CST

District Attorney Mike Ramsey said Monday, Oct. 2, he elected to prosecute teenager Gregory Wright as an adult "because of the seriousness of the allegations and Wright's juvenile record in Oklahoma.

Letter: Relax and enjoy the peace

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:12 AM CST

What has gone wrong with society? It seems as if we have just gotten too pampered and spoiled. We have all these great gadgets and goodies to make our lives so comfortable, and we cannot live without them.

Letter: Tax increase the wrong tactic

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:12 AM CST

Chico's budget problem is of its own making. Much as we value public service workers, especially emergency workers, the same market discipline in setting pay and benefits should apply as in the private sector.

Letter: Wal-Mart good for north

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:12 AM CST

Mark Lester should do his homework before saying the Wal-Mart will hurt his neighborhood. Check out the neighborhoods around the 20th Street mall.

Local Roundup: Chico State women cruise to beat Humboldt State

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:14 AM CST

A 15-point run before halftime and another stout defensive effort fueled the sixth straight win for the No.

Local briefs

Posted: 18 Jan 2008 07:57 PM CST

Hamilton school unification approved WILLOWS — Glenn County's superintendent of schools announced the state Department of Education has approved the petition to unify Hamilton City Schools.

Local briefs

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:15 AM CST

Propositions forum on Tuesday Chico A forum to explain the issues of Propositions 91 through 97 will be held Tuesday by the League of Women Voters at Chico City Council Chambers, 421 Main St.

Newsroom Update <font size="-2" color="#990000"><a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www2.chicoer.com/olextras/pod/20080118.mp3">(Listen)</a></font>

Posted: 18 Jan 2008 07:49 PM CST

Today's audio podcast features: Young mountain lion fighting for her life after park capture; Storm response discussed in Cohasset; Crews aid man who fell from Monkey Face in Bidwell Park; and more.

OLLI plans welcome, class sign-ups

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:12 AM CST

People ages 60 and older can sign up for university classes in a variety of subjects, 10 a.m. to noon Wednesday at Chico Family Masonic Center, 1110 W.

Orland man gets long sentence for attempted manslaughter

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:12 AM CST

WILLOWS -- An Orland man who admitted shooting one of his employees May 8 in a dispute over wages has been sentenced to 18 years, 6 months in state prison for attempted voluntary manslaughter.

Orland man gets long sentence for attempted manslaughter

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:15 AM CST

WILLOWS -- An Orland man who admitted shooting one of his employees May 8 in a dispute over wages has been sentenced to 18 years, 6 months in state prison for attempted voluntary manslaughter.

Oroville bounces back from loss to defeat Paradise

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:14 AM CST

It wasn't pretty. It wasn't fancy. But it was a win for the Oroville High's boys basketball team Friday night over visiting Paradise, 56-43.

Paradise reports recent storm dealt $893,694 blow

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:12 AM CST

PARADISE -- Paradise officials estimate the strong winter storm on Jan. 4 cost the community $893,694.

Paradise reports recent storm dealt $893,694 blow

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:15 AM CST

PARADISE -- Paradise officials estimate the strong winter storm on Jan. 4 cost the community $893,694.

Prognosis poor for sick mountain lion kitten

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:14 AM CST

A happy ending remains uncertain for a sick mountain lion kitten removed from lower Bidwell Park. Henry Lomeli, a biologist with the California Department of Fish and Game, said the 20-pound kitten taken out of the park Thursday was starving,

Religious Briefs

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:15 AM CST

Legal services at Shalom Free Clinic Representatives from Legal Services of Northern California will be at the Shalom Free Clinic every Sunday from 2 to 4 p.

Senior Planner

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:12 AM CST

CARD Senior Programs: Community Center, 545 Vallombrosa Ave., 895-4711; Dorothy Johnson Center, 775 E.

Sidelines: Chico Bigfoot play this afternoon

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:14 AM CST

The Chico Bigfoot start their four-game homestand today at 2:30 p.m. against AIS Sacramento. The Bigfoot (1-4) look to improve with the signing last week of former Chico Rooks standouts Ramiro Piceno and Ryan Grange.

Steve Carson's "Outdoors" column: ISE Show at Cal Expo is a treat for anglers and hunters

Posted: 18 Jan 2008 05:25 PM CST

The International Sportsmen's Exposition Show is in full swing at the Cal Expo Fairgrounds in Sacramento.

Vikings hold off Panthers to win big matchup

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:14 AM CST

A basket may be a basket, but when buckets come at certain important moments of the game, they have more significance than others.

Weekly events and outings new at 50+ program

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 02:12 AM CST

Chico Area Recreation District's 50+ Program provided the setting at Community Center. The Terraces Senior Living brought the soup, bread and dessert for lunch.

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