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Saturday, February 09, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Budget squeeze starts to show

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:23 AM CST

DURHAM -- A sense of just how tight local schools' budget squeeze might be surfaced this week during a meeting of the Durham Unified School District board of trustees.

Correction for Feb. 9

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:24 AM CST

In Thursday's Style, an article about a Girl Scout council merger incorrectly stated the organization's nut sales will start Feb.

Daily Planner: February 10

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:19 AM CST

Events CRAFTS AND COLLECTIBLES SALE: 9a.m.-3p.m. Paradise Veteran's Hall, 6550 Skyway. Antiques, art, blankets, candles, clothing, crafts, food, jewelry, plants.

EIR finds Wal-Mart expansion likely won't harm economy

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

The impact of a Wal-Mart Supercenter on local grocery stores won't be as detrimental as opponents fear, according to a study in response to an opposing group's claims.

EIR finds Wal-Mart expansion won't harm economy

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:22 AM CST

The impact of a Wal-Mart Supercenter on local grocery stores won't be as detrimental as opponents fear, according to a study in response to an opposing group's claims.

Early traffic: No wrecks but fog possible

Posted: 08 Feb 2008 09:45 AM CST

There are no reported problems on Butte and Glenn county roads, however travelers heading south may run into fog.

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

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:19 AM CST

HIT -- Oftentimes, the best defense against scams, vandalism and other crimes is vigilant friends and neighbors.

From the Pulpit

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:24 AM CST

Chico services today: Calvary Chapel of Chico, 1888 Springfield Drive: "Salvation Is Of The Lord," from guest speaker Jacob Kliebe; 6 p.

Grain by grain: Sand mandala taking shape at Chico State University

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:24 AM CST

Precisely placed grains of sand are slowly being added to the "Wheel of Time" mandala -- the Kalachakra mandala -- in the lobby of the Bell Memorial Union at Chico State University.

It's PV again: Vikings dominate rival Panthers

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

The boisterous Pleasant Valley High student section chanted "Just like football!" in ecstatic fashion as the final seconds ticked off the clock at Acker Gym on Friday night.

Letter: Keep program alive

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:19 AM CST

I read, with interest and concern, Naomi Mojica's letter Feb. 2 about the threatened discontinuation of Enloe Maternal Child HomeCare due to lack of an insurance contract with Blue Shield.

Letter: Legal immigration is fine

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:19 AM CST

I am not anti-immigrant — my grandparents immigrated here. I am grateful they did even though I disagree with something.

Letter: Send this job overseas

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:19 AM CST

Let's outsource the presidency and stop the circus. — Stephen T. Davis, Chico

Letter: Try adopting adult dogs

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:19 AM CST

The article in Monday's newspaper featuring boxer rescuer Tracy Hon prompted this letter. It is very common for potential adopters to want to adopt baby animals, not only because of their cuteness and quirkiness, but also because people are

Local Briefs for Feb. 9

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:24 AM CST

Man dies following suspected suicide DURHAM -- A young Durham man who allegedly shot himself in the head Sunday while driving on Grainland Road died Monday at Enloe Medical Center in Chico, according to a death notice sent to the Enterprise-Record.

Local Roundup: No. 14 Wildcats rally to complete comeback over S.F. State

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

Melissa Richardson scored 15 points on five 3-pointers and the No. 14 Chico State women's basketball team overcame a 14-point, second-half deficit to pull out a 55-46 California Collegiate Athletic Association road win Friday over San Francisco

Newsroom Update <font size="-2" color="#990000"><a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://www2.chicoer.com/olextras/pod/20080208.mp3">(Listen)</a></font>

Posted: 08 Feb 2008 08:44 PM CST

Today's audio podcast features: Report looks at two possible Wal-Marts in Chico; Fate of Paradise Tree Permit Review Committee goes before Town Council Tuesday; and more.

Orland police scramble to address several school incidents

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:22 AM CST

ORLAND — A couple of Orland police officers spent a fair amount of time Thursday responding to problems at three local schools.

Poll: Getting out of Iraq a better way to help economy

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:19 AM CST

WASHINGTON -- The heck with Congress' big stimulus bill. The way to get the country out of recession -- and most people think we're in one -- is to get the country out of Iraq, according to an Associated Press-Ipsos poll.

Polries' late free throws beat Winters

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

After three periods of lackluster offensive performances, both Las Plumas High and Winters stepped up play in the fourth, pushing the game right down to the wire for a last second shot Friday night before a Thunderbird homecoming crowd.

Public events scheduled around the mandala

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:22 AM CST

Feb. 10 -- Kalachakra Teaching, Sky Creek Dharma Center, 120 Three Oaks Court, Chico. 7-9 p.m. Suggested donation: $10.

Religious Briefs for Feb. 9

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:24 AM CST

Women's guild meets Tuesday PARADISE — The women of St. Thomas More Guild will hold their monthly meeting 1 p.

Senior Planner

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:19 AM CST

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

Sidelines: Outlaws to hold player tryouts

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

The defending Golden Baseball League champion Chico Outlaws have scheduled a one-day player tryout beginning at 8 a.

Tree panel leader concerned over changes in ordinance

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:24 AM CST

PARADISE -- The chairwoman of Paradise's Tree Permit Review Committee is concerned about a city-sponsored effort that will disband the committee and change the way the city protects its trees.

Trustees to place bond measure on June ballot

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:24 AM CST

WILLOWS — On the heels of passage of Orland's successful bond election, trustees at Willows Unified School District declared their intention of putting their own bond measure on the June ballot.

Two ridge campuses locked down today

Posted: 08 Feb 2008 08:19 PM CST

PARADISE — Youth For Change and Paradise High School went into lockdown just after noon today, when police were told two youths had been seen on a bike path between the two campuses with a firearm.

Wardrobe recalls Orland of yesterday

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:19 AM CST

ORLAND -- Edith Barceloux is 90, and though she doesn't wear them anymore, her dresses, gowns, hats, coats and jewelry spanning at least 50 years of her life are still capturing attention.

Willows schools face gloomy budget forecast

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 12:24 AM CST

WILLOWS — As the state budget crisis gathers over Glenn County, officials at Willows Unified School District are preparing for the worst.

Wolves' skid ends as Wildcat offense sputters

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

Chico State got them on and got them over. The problem was getting them in. The No. 14 Wildcat baseball team stranded 11 runners, including eight in scoring position and two to end the game, falling to No.

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