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Sunday, February 03, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

'Tell It' appears to have Internet cousin

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

I've learned to expect questions — a lot of them — about "Tell It to the E-R." Almost every time I make a speech to a community group, it's the first thing anyone asks about.

22-year-old Chico woman dies after being hit walking along Nord Avenue

Posted: 02 Feb 2008 07:20 PM CST

A 22-year-old Chico woman was killed Friday night by a hit-and-run driver while walking on Nord Avenue.

A Super wish come true: Make-A-Wish Foundation sends

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:09 AM CST

PARADISE -- Just from a glance at Zach MacDonald's room, it's obvious this 16-year-old loves his football.

All About Us: Sneezing episode brings a renewed love for Buddy

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:08 AM CST

Not long ago, my dog Buddy started sneezing in an almost unstoppable way. This was alarming and I immediately called my friend who works in a veterinary office.

Bitker bounce leads Wildcat baseball to win

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:07 AM CST

Sometimes it comes down to how the ball bounces. On a rain-drenched Saturday at Nettleton Stadium, it came down to how it skipped.

Creating a community: Foothill dwellers reorganize

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:09 AM CST

spotlight BERRY CREEK -- Giving birth is always a painful and messy process, and every new arrival comes with a measure of uncertainty.

Daily Planner: February 3

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:07 AM CST

Events BENEFIT FOR BECCA: 8 a.m.-noon. Super Bowl Sunday at The Oasis, 1007 W. First St., Chico. Free breakfast, donations accepted.

Daily Planner: February 4

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:08 AM CST

Events BINGO NIGHT FUNDRAISER: 6 p.m. Biggs High School multi-purpose room. $3 first card per game; $1 additional cards; 3 for $5.

E-R Super Bowl predictions

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

Enterprise-Record sports writers take their cracks at picking the score for today's game: Dave Davies: I have to work today, but I'm going to try and cut out to a Super Bowl party and catch as much of the game as I can.

Editorial: Orland schools need cash infusion

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

In a faltering economy with uncertainty the only certainty, it's a difficult time to try to get voters to raise their own taxes.

Flashbacks from Here and There: Ralph's Museum

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:07 AM CST

CAPE CODE, Dec. 20, 2007 -- Ralph Jones, Gina's Brother-in-law, stretched out comfortably in his well-used easy chair watching television, his favorite occupation these days.

History professor called 'genuinely beautiful human being'

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:09 AM CST

When he was alive, Weikun Cheng occasionally gave lectures in Performing Arts Center 134. it made his memorial there Saturday a somber reminder of what had been prematurely taken away.

Letter: Career education gets a lift

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

The E-R editorial "hit" Jan. 26 was both timely and accurate. Community involvement is needed to support career and technical education at our schools.

Letter: City spends without scrutiny

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Fire and police are scapegoated for the budget crisis when the problem lies somewhere else. City expenditures over $10,000 used to be competitively bid, published and passed as a consent item by the council.

Letter: Community quick to help

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

I appreciate the opportunity to respond to some of the mentions of late regarding Butte Humane Society, which I serve as executive director.

Letter: Lenin may be right

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

We are losing the war on terror. Our conventional tactics were predictable and the terrorists exploited our predictability.

Letter: Obama running a strong race

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Anyone thinking that Hillary is the most likely candidate since she's been floating around in Washington longer should consider these facts.

Letter: Pedestrians at risk in Chico

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

The lack of respect shown by car drivers in Chico is beyond the pale. I have lived in the Midwest, Southwest and Pacific Northwest and find that car drivers in Chico seem to think they own the streets.

Local Roundup: GVC woes continue for Butte men in road loss

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

The Butte College men's basketball team's recent slide continued Saturday afternoon with a 77-70 Golden Valley Conference loss at College of the Redwoods in Eureka.

Man reportedly high on meth lead law enforcement officers on high-speed chase

Posted: 02 Feb 2008 07:53 PM CST

A 27-year-old man reportedly high on methamphetamine led police on a high-speed chase through two counties, ending in front of a north Chico apartment complex Friday night.

Man reportedly high on meth leads police on high-speed chase

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:09 AM CST

A 27-year-old man reportedly high on methamphetamine led police on a high-speed chase through two counties, ending in front of a north Chico apartment complex Friday night.

Monster alien space carrot erupts in backyard

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Since my dear bride, the saintly, Susan, and I moved into Casa Aylworth III, we have tried to grow at least a portion of our own produce in the backyard.

New storm brings more snow, power outages

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:09 AM CST

Another wintry storm gave Chico more than a quarter inch of rain and brought more snow to the foothills Saturday.

Patrick Kinmartin column: Past is future reference in affiliate deal

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

Thursday night's Chico Baseball Hall of Fame Legends of the Diamond Dinner, as it does every year, embraced the sport's illustrious history in the area.

Prune grower unity called necessary to hold prices

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

Increased membership in the prune bargaining group is needed now to prevent growers from a "race to the bottom" of prune pricing in the future, according to Greg Thompson, general manager of the Prune Bargaining Association.

Roadwork resuming this week in area

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:09 AM CST

Here are some current north state road projects. New items are marked with bullets. Highway 149 BETWEEN CHICO AND OROVILLE — At Dry Creek, lane closures can be expected 7 a.

Storm-wracked almonds may go to walnuts

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:09 AM CST

It's been a month since a wicked storm sent the valley topsy-turvy. Orchardists were hit hard. Almonds took a big hit.

Travel: Touring Tokyo and Mount Fujiyama

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:09 AM CST

Visiting Mount Fujiyama in Japan has been on my "Must-See" destination list for a long time, so I was delighted when I was able to arrange a two-day visit to Tokyo that included a tour to Mount Fuji as well.

What you should know about Town & Country Humane Society

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:08 AM CST

Town & Country Humane Society is at 4111 99 West in Orland. The shelter is open Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 3-5 p.

Wildcats clutch climactic win in inclimate conditions

Posted: 02 Feb 2008 06:26 PM CST

Sometimes it comes down to how the ball bounces. On a rain-drenched Saturday at Nettleton Stadium, it came down to how it skipped.

Woman dies after being hit by car while walking

Posted: 03 Feb 2008 02:09 AM CST

A 22-year-old Chico woman was killed Friday night after she was hit by a car while walking on Nord Avenue.

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