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Friday, February 01, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

2:30 p.m.: Traffic becoming messy on ridge

Posted: 31 Jan 2008 04:26 PM CST

PARADISE — Roads in upper Paradise were closed this afternoon as snowy conditions sent vehicles spinning out of control.

Another dose of snow: Winter siege continues with another storm expected Saturday

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

PARADISE -- Cars and trucks were slippin' and a-slidin' again Thursday in Paradise and other foothill areas, as yet another snowy storm moved through the area.

Ballot deadline quickly approaches

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

OROVILLE — Butte County clerk-recorder and registrar of voters Candace Grubbs is reminding voters who use mail ballots to get them in the mail no later than Saturday to be sure ballots are received at her office by election day Tuesday.

Bike ride to benefit hurt rider

Posted: 31 Jan 2008 06:04 PM CST

A bicycle ride called the Tour de Ed is being organized to raise money for injured Chico cyclist Ed McLaughlin.

Butte's most wanted

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

Here are several people being sought by Butte County law enforcement agencies: Andrew Lawrence Kelley The Butte County Sheriff's Office is seeking Andrew Lawrence Kelley for a warrant charging him with battery with serious bodily injury with

Chico State puts focus on climate

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

Hundreds turned out Thursday for the first of several talks held about climate change during the Focus the Nation events at Chico State University.

County not only local agency that may sell water

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

Despite the rain and snow that has seen Californians bundling up this week, times are still considered dry in the state.

Daily Planner for February 1

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

Events AQUAJETS CRAB/TRI-TIP FEED: 6 p.m. Masonic Lodge, 1110 W. East Ave., Chico. Benefits competitive swim program.

Editorial: Water sales getting ho-hum reaction

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

What a difference a few years makes. Back in the early '90s, a couple of Butte County irrigation districts swung a deal to sell water to Southern California, and the roof came off.

Gallery exhibits abstract paintings from Orland High students

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

Artwork by Orland High School students that offers youthful perspectives to some very old subjects caught the attention of Pat Macias, director of the 1078 Gallery in Chico.

High school gunman's mom seeks to reverse plea bargain

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

OROVILLE -- A couple of weeks after a Las Plumas High School student was sentenced to 22 years in prison for holding classmates hostage at gunpoint, his family Thursday filed a court writ challenging the conviction.

Home sweet home: Wildcat women win 11th straight at Acker

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

For the first time in seven games, the Chico State women's basketball team didn't do it with defense.

Larson making presence felt

Posted: 31 Jan 2008 05:46 PM CST

DURHAM — Durham High guard Devin Larson really wants to win a Sacramento Valley League North title for the Trojans.

Legends of the Diamond: Kerfeld at head of new class

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

Pictures told the story about Charley Kerfeld's time with the Chico Heat at Thursday night's annual Legends of the Diamond Chico Baseball Hall of Fame dinner at the Chico Masonic Family Center.

Leter: Professor hasn't changed

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

Being occupied with cleaning up after the recent storm, I just now read Leonard Adame's rant in the Jan.

Letter: $30,000 survey no bargain

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

Wait, wait, wait ... let me get this straight. The city is going broke. It's predicting a multimillion-dollar deficit yet it wants to spend $30,000 to $40,000 to ask 400 residents their opinion in a telephone survey?

Letter: Fix things to boost economy

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

The headline read, "Uncle Sam wants YOU to spend" (your grandchildren and great-grandchildren's money).

Letter: Measure K for classrooms

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

I read a recent letter to the editor that suggested voters not support Measure K, "Better Classrooms for Kids" in Orland Unified School District, because of accountability concerns.

Letter: Ordinance needs another look

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

I want to commend the City Council for re-evaluating and agreeing to amend the "disorderly events" ordinance.

Letter: Race not a beauty pageant

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

In the most recent Democratic debate on CNN, Hillary Clinton once again sits motionless like a Barbie doll.

Letter: Survey results preordained

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

The city of Chico will hire the firm of Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin and Associates to run a $30,000 survey of selected Chicoans in February, to help solve "our" budget problem.

Letter: Think ahead

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

One's eternal destiny is determined long before one's obituary. — John B. Pennington, Chico

Letter: What about politicians?

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

There has been a lot of ink dedicated lately to the salaries of the Chico City employees. Some opinions have been favorable to the employees and some have been somewhat detrimental.

Local Roundup: PV girls remain undefeated in EAL action

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

The first-place Pleasant Valley High girls basketball team remained unbeaten in Eastern Athletic League play with a 60-38 home victory over Oroville on Thursday.

Local Roundup: San Joaquin Delta pounds Butte in baseball opener

Posted: 31 Jan 2008 05:46 PM CST

The Butte College baseball team opened its season in Stockton on Wednesday in a 19-6 loss against San Joaquin Delta.

Newsroom Update <font size="-2" color="#990000"><a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www2.chicoer.com/olextras/pod/20080131.mp3">(Listen)</a></font>

Posted: 31 Jan 2008 08:33 PM CST

Today's audio podcast features: Mother of student at Las Plumas standoff wants to cancel plea bargain; Winter storms bring fresh snow to ridge; Other agencies seek to sell water; and more.

Police report

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES Jan. 24 — 400 block of Redwood Way. Slider door broken. Unknown loss. Jan.

Sidelines: Bagwell named Scholar All-American

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

Although the 2007 soccer season has wrapped up, the honors continue to come in for Chico State's Katherine Bagwell.

Sow There: Rubber chickens create kinship

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

I am increasingly convinced that rubber chickens are the universal symbol of good fun. Whether you're in downtown Chico, in an airplane, deep-sea fishing or exploring hidden caves, a rubber chicken is a welcome addition to any outing.

Steve Carson's 'Outdoors' column: Salmon crisis creates a dilemma for the average angler

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:11 AM CST

Several news releases this week have painted a dismal picture of the salmon population crisis facing California, especially regarding the Sacramento River.

Storm gives flood drill a touch of authenticity

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

With blustery wind whipping frigid rain into their faces, 32 members of the California Conservation Corps gathered on a levee in Bidwell Park Thursday to learn how to fight a flood.

Street crimes officers post impressive records

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

A team of Chico police officers assigned to the department's Street Crimes Unit arrested 212 people last year on suspicion of recently committed felony and misdemeanor crimes.

Tour de Ed to benefit injured bicyclist McLaughlin

Posted: 01 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

A bicycling event called the Tour de Ed is being organized to raise money for injured bicyclist Ed McLaughlin.

Update: I-5 open southbound

Posted: 31 Jan 2008 07:11 PM CST

REDDING — While you can't get to Oregon on Interstate 5 today, you can get back, as of 5 p.m. today.

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