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Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

A doggone beautiful day

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

Tenille Gates tosses a tennis ball to her new puppy, Daisey, who gleefully romped about upper Bidwell Park on a pristine Monday afternoon break from the recent wet spell.

Belt-tightening among wealthy shoppers could choke blue-collar households

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:44 AM CST

NEW YORK -- It's hard to feel sorry for well-heeled shoppers whose idea of tough economic times is passing on $1,000 Burberry raincoats or that $300 limo ride while the working poor skimp on vegetables and take the bus.

Black ice causes accidents; one dead

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

OROVILLE -- Black ice contributed to three separate foothill accidents Monday morning, one resulting in the death of a 52-year-old Oroville woman.

Blocked transfer of suspect in craigslist murder-for-hire plot surprises prosecutors

Posted: 04 Feb 2008 07:20 PM CST

SACRAMENTO — The prosecutor appointed to handle the case against Ann Marie Linscott said she's surprised a federal court in Michigan has granted the woman a two-week stay, temporarily blocking her transfer to California.

Blocked transfer of suspect surprises prosecutors

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

SACRAMENTO -- The prosecutor appointed to handle the case against Ann Marie Linscott said she's surprised a federal court in Michigan has granted the woman a two-week stay, temporarily blocking her transfer to California.

Butte's Gleason looks to show confidence this year

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:38 AM CST

Two years ago, it looked like Mike Gleason was going to assume his place as one of the Northern Section's top pitching prospects.

Campus Clips

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

Here are some brief happenings at Chico State University and Butte College: Black History Month events Tonight, at 7:30 p.

Daily Planner: February 5

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:43 AM CST

Events UNIVERSITY FILM SERIES, CHICO STATE: 7:30 p.m. Little Theatre (Ayres 106). "Killer of Sheep," 1977, USA.

Deputies stun man who allegedly assaulted his mother

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

ELK CREEK -- No one would talk to emergency dispatcher Lindsay Corwin when she answered a 9-1-1 call from Grindstone Rancheria Saturday night, but in the background, she heard a woman pleading with a man not to hurt her anymore.

Ed Anderson's golf column 'Tee to Green': Skyway Golf Park offers an innovative junior golf clinic

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:38 AM CST

Steve Brown, manager of the Skyway Golf Park, is hoping to encourage more local participation by junior golfers with an innovative program he is offering at the Skyway Golf Park.

Editorial: The E-R recommends ...

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

Proposition 91 (transportation funding): No. Proposition 92 (automatic funding for community colleges): No.

Editorial: Will candidates love us tomorrow?

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

For the first time in decades, California voters have a critical voice in deciding the nominees for president.

InnerView: Ronda Hoffman shares affection for the Paradise experience

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:42 AM CST

PARADISE — Ronda Hoffman has lived on the ridge for more than 30 years, and the town has features she is sure are unique.

Letter: Beneficial plants eradicated

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

Blackberry bushes, California grapevines and other beneficial plants, have been almost eradicated in Bidwell Park during the past 10 years as a result of park mismanagement.

Letter: Cycling in pack dangerous

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

I feel a great deal of sympathy for Ed McLaughlin and can only hope that he makes a full recovery and is again able to ride his bicycle.

Letter: Who's protecting our money?

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

Guess what? The Bush administration is planning (with bipartisan support) to borrow another $160 billion from China to pep up our economy with tax "rebates.

Local Roundup: Redding Christian beats Hamilton in nonleague action

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:38 AM CST

The Redding Christian High boys basketball team defeated Hamilton 77-65 on Monday in a nonleague game in Redding.

Local schools beef-free for a while

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

Alleged mistreatment of cattle in Southern California had local repercussions — thousands of pounds of ground beef are sitting in school freezers, unusable until further notice.

Newsroom Update <font size="-2" color="#990000"><a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www2.chicoer.com/olextras/pod/20080204.mp3">(Listen)</a></font>

Posted: 04 Feb 2008 08:16 PM CST

Today's audio podcast features: Court delays transfer of woman in alleged Internet murder-for-hire plot; Chico police arrest woman in sports booster embezzlement case; and more.

On Foot: Woodland scenes under freeway are a bright spot

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:42 AM CST

I cringe when I pass under the freeway in Bidwell Park. It's unavoidable really, the big cement underpasses of Highway 99 are smack dab in the middle of the paths of lower park.

Oroville woman killed in icy road crash

Posted: 04 Feb 2008 03:42 PM CST

Heavy black ice was a factor in at least three wrecks this morning, one of which resulted in the death of an Oroville woman, who was ejected from her vehicle.

Phone campaign seeks money for search and rescue services

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

A local company has been hired to solicit donations by telephone on behalf of the Butte County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue Unit.

Rethinking isn't wrong

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

I commend the council, as I did in my letter to each of them. "Flip-flop" has become a knee-jerk way to trash an enemy's change of mind.

Sidelines: Chico State games to be televised

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:38 AM CST

Comcast will televise eight Chico State men's and women's basketball games in February and March. The games will be on demand, meaning they can be viewed at any time, beginning the Tuesday after they are played, and will be shown on Butte College

Stirling City customers go two days without power

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

STIRLING CITY -- Except for a brief period on Sunday afternoon, at least 179 PG&E customers in Stirling City were without electricity from early Saturday night to about 4 p.

Stirling City customers still without electricity

Posted: 04 Feb 2008 05:38 PM CST

STIRLING CITY — Except for a brief period on Sunday afternoon, at least 179 PG&E customers in Stirling City have been without power since Saturday night.

Suspect arrested in PV sports boosters embezzlement

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

Detectives from the Chico Police Department have arrested a suspect they believe responsible for embezzling funds from Pleasant Valley High School's sports boosters club.

Suspect arrested in high-school embezzlement case

Posted: 04 Feb 2008 07:14 PM CST

Chico police arrested a suspect today on charges of embezzling $69,453.44 from the Pleasant Valley High School sports boosters club.

Three Butte County cities get $2.2 million in housing grants

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

SACRAMENTO — Awards of more than $72 million to assist first-time homebuyers, reduce the number of bank-owned homes and increase the number of rental properties were announced last week by Gov.

Tribute to the troops

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

In the free speech area on the Chico State University campus on Monday, a group called Campus Involvement and Awareness planted 3,942 flags with hand-written names of U.

Two arrests made in expensive Willows Wal-Mart vandalism

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

A woman also suspected of participating remains at large. Willows police said the trio entered the store just before 8 p.

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