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Sunday, January 20, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

'Middle-aged' mall hopes to expand

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:05 AM CST

A planned revitalization of the Chico Mall seeks to bring in stores and restaurants new to Chico with a new outdoor expansion.

'Middle-aged' mall hopes to expand

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:06 AM CST

A planned revitalization of the Chico Mall seeks to bring in stores and restaurants new to Chico with a new outdoor expansion.

'Motor-icicle' ride raises funds for burn victims

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:05 AM CST

ORLAND -- More than 130 motorcycle riders revved their engines and took off for a tour of Glenn County in hopes of raising $5,000 for the second annual Motor-icicle Run for Charity.

About Town and Country Humane Society

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:04 AM CST

The public may visit the shelter to see the animals available for adoption. Town and country Humane Society is at 4111 99 West in Orland.

All About Us: Fondness for swim team goes beyond the water

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:04 AM CST

At the start of the New Year, I was unable to participate in one of my favorite activities. The pool heater at the gym where I swim broke and it took several days to repair.

All About Us: Fondness for swim team goes beyond the water

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:04 AM CST

At the start of the New Year, I was unable to participate in one of my favorite activities. The pool heater at the gym where I swim broke and it took several days to repair.

Butte men, women claim blowout wins over Feather River

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:05 AM CST

That hugely disappointing loss for the Butte College men's basketball team at Siskiyous earlier this week hasn't disappeared, but Saturday night it wasn't quite so vivid in the minds of Roadrunners players.

Butte men, women claim blowout wins over Feather River

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:04 AM CST

That hugely disappointing loss for the Butte College men's basketball team at Siskiyous earlier this week hasn't disappeared, but Saturday night it wasn't quite so vivid in the minds of Roadrunners players.

Chico home on Cussick Avenue catches fire

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:38 AM CST

A house caught fire Saturday morning on Cussick Avenue, north of East Avenue. At 10:24 a.m., a fire started near the northwest corner of the two-story house at 2897 Cussick Ave.

Daily Planner: January 20

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:03 AM CST

Events MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY COMMEMORATION: 3:30 p.m. Community-building activity in lounge, Trinity United Methodist Church of Chico, 285 E.

Daily Planner: January 21

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:03 AM CST

Events MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY COMMEMORATION: 7 p.m. St. Nicholas Episcopal Church, 5872 Oliver Road, Paradise.

Dave Davies' column: Conference title games easy to pick

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:05 AM CST

When the AFC and NFC championship games kick off today in the semifinals of the NFL postseason, it's going to be interesting to see which two teams end up going to the Super Bowl in two weeks.

Editorial: Casino for Mechoopda may not be beneficial

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:03 AM CST

The federal government took a step this week toward giving back a bit of the land that was taken from the local Mechoopda tribe roughly 150 years ago, a move almost everyone could support, if it weren't for the fact a dang casino's part of the plan.

Editorial: Hits and misses: Our take on the week in news

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 06:24 PM CST

HIT — Some people may be alarmed that a young cougar was tranquilized in a city park in the middle of town, but we think it's indicative of how fortunate we are.

Fire in Chico home, no injuries

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 04:47 PM CST

Five fire engines roared down Cussick Avenue Saturday morning to a house north of East Avenue that was in flames.

Fire in Chico home, no injuries

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 04:47 PM CST

Five fire engines roared down Cussick Avenue Saturday morning to a house north of East Avenue that was in flames.

Flashbacks from Here and There: Alaska traveler

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:03 AM CST

Alaska traveler Dennis Vau Dell, brother of E-R staff writer Terry Vau Dell, kept a detailed, fascinating diary of his wanderings there.

Group forms to reduce childhood obesity

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:03 AM CST

OPT for Fit Kids is forming a collaborative for organizations concerned with childhood obesity. A meeting has been set 9-11 a.

Letters: Ban all phones while driving

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:03 AM CST

I was bemused to read the recent editorial extolling the putative benefits of California's new prohibition on the use of handset cell phones while driving.

Letters: Customers want specifics

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:03 AM CST

PG&E needs to consider a partnership with its customers. I didn't need to hear that they had a massive blackout throughout the state.

Letters: Look beyond the superficial

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:03 AM CST

Hillary Clinton's tactics are eerily similar to George Bush's. Both play a certain card to try to manipulate a certain group of people into voting for them.

Letters: Not exactly a pristine site

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:03 AM CST

A misrepresentation made at the Jan. 8 Butte County Board of Supervisors meeting on the subject of the M&T gravel mine warrants public correction.

Letters: Protect Chico's trees

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:03 AM CST

In a recent column, Steve Brown, writing about Chico's urban forest, said that in 50 years, "I can almost guarantee you that the forest will still be here.

Letters: Simple fix to budget problem

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:03 AM CST

Regarding the Jan. 11 editorial, "Politicians snooze in an emergency," California citizens have on their persons and in their sphere of influence the "solution" that will absolutely correct all of our legislative problems that caused the extreme

Letters: What a great idea

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:03 AM CST

So Arnold Schwarzenegger's answer to the state budget deficit is to let thousands of car thieves, forgers, scam artists, drunken drivers and drug dealers out of prison early.

Local Briefs

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:05 AM CST

Motorcylist crashes after police chase ORLAND — A motorcycle rider was arrested Friday night following a police chase that started in Orland and went to Tehama County where the rider crashed.

Local Roundup: Wildcats inches short in loss to Sonoma State

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:05 AM CST

Down 3 with one last possession to tie, Audriana Spencer's deep buzzer-beating shot wasn't quite deep enough.

Marsh Junior High students earn high marks

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:05 AM CST

The following students earned 4.0 grade point averages during the fall semester: Grade seven — Jon Abbott, Kieran Allen, Jacquelyn Amodia, Abigail Austin, Nicholas Balardi, Ryan Barnett, Derek Batt, Dominic Battezzato, Claire Bechard, Mattea

Plane crashes near airport in Willows

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 04:52 PM CST

WILLOWS -- Two men were uninjured after their plane landed upside down about a mile south of the Willows-Glenn County Airport Saturday morning.

Plane crashes near airport in Willows

Posted: 19 Jan 2008 04:52 PM CST

WILLOWS -- Two men were uninjured after their plane landed upside down about a mile south of the Willows-Glenn County Airport Saturday morning.

Spotlight: End is in sight -- Lengthy debate over gravel mine nearly over

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:04 AM CST

What may be the most debated, discussed, studied, reviewed, decried and extolled project in Butte County history could be days from a final conclusion.

Teachers union official asks for assemblyman's help

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:05 AM CST

WILLOWS — A fiscal crisis facing Willows Unified and other Glenn County school districts totaling $1.

Teachers union official asks for assemblyman's help

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:05 AM CST

WILLOWS — A fiscal crisis facing Willows Unified and other Glenn County school districts totaling $1.

The final piece?

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:05 AM CST

The final currently planned addition to the new City Plaza was placed earlier this month. "Fred and Ginger," by local artists Owen Gabbert and Peter Piatt, are two seven-foot tapered copper and wood sculptures that flank the tree located in the

Videomaker's York helping third-world classes

Posted: 20 Jan 2008 02:05 AM CST

Local entrepreneur Matt York is blunt about the first part of his career. "I've been helping wealthy Westerners entertain themselves with consumer electronics.

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