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Sunday, February 10, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

'Clubhouse' planned to help mentally ill

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 02:08 AM CST

You are appreciated. You are needed. That's the message Mike Little wants to give Butte County residents who have mental illnesses.

Creating safety on the way to school

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Keeping students safe on Chico's streets on their way to and from school challenges the efforts of a plethora of players.

Dave Davies column: Hall of Fame dinner not too far away

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

That's why I'm asking you, our readers, to think about nominations for inductees to this year's Hall of Fame class.

EAL's opening titles give sneak preview

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

RED BLUFF — From here on out in the prep wrestling world, every match carries more and more meaning because two losses can equal the end of the season.

Editorial: New city manager has enormous task

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:43 AM CST

Chico's new city manager is, by most accounts, is a likable man and a capable leader. For all his strengths, though, he seems to have one obvious weakness — his sense of timing.

Farm Briefs

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Organic growing classes planned The California Certified Organic Farming Foundation will hold growing organic classes with Ben Lewis, certification services trainer and inspector.

Honor roll

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Bidwell Junior High School The following students at Bidwell Junior High School earned honor roll grades during the fall semester: Grade seven — Michelle Bailey, Madison Bassow, Jenell Beavers-Von Bargen, Kassaundra Bender, Kelly Bennett,

Lake Oroville level low despite recent storms

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 02:08 AM CST

OROVILLE -- Mother Nature has been raining and snowing buckets this winter, but so far local reservoirs remain low.

Letter: Candidates skip out on work

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:43 AM CST

Sen. Robert Dole did the right thing when he resigned from the U.S. Senate before launching his candidacy for president in 1996.

Letter: Demise of program upsetting

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:43 AM CST

The threatened demise of Enloe's Maternal Child Homecare (letters, Feb. 2, "Program in jeopardy") is a prime example of the dysfunctions in our current health care system.

Letter: Elections chief naive

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:43 AM CST

Alan Sheckter's Monday article, "Counting on delays," bemoans the prospect of waiting a few more hours to tabulate votes in the primary election because of the decertification of electronic voting machines by California's secretary of state.

Letter: Guns were once allowed

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:43 AM CST

The sentence on Gregory Wright is far too harsh. In 1936 in England the students in my class agreed to bring in any pistols they had at home.

Letter: Parking ticket a rip-off

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:43 AM CST

I am outraged. I went to Chico to Costco and parked in a handicapped spot as I have a blue disabled card clipped to my visor.

Letter: Strong sentence deserved

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:43 AM CST

It seems the supporters of Gregory Wright have organized a letter writing campaign on his behalf. Well, I am glad he received a strong sentence.

Letter: Torture never acceptable

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:43 AM CST

Now it's official. The CIA has admitted it publicly and the White House has put its seal of approval on the CIA's admission.

Letter: Wright's sentence justified

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:43 AM CST

As the deputy district attorney assigned to prosecute the Gregory Wright case, I was ethically bound to file only those charges supported by the evidence.

Local Roundup: Wildcat skid slips to 11

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

Jesse Soto scored a game-high 18 points for the Chico State men's basketball team Saturday night, but the Wildcats went down to their 11th straight defeat in a 79-67 setback at Cal State Monterey Bay in Seaside.

Obama wins Nebraska, Washington state and Louisiana, slicing Clinton's delegate lead

Posted: 09 Feb 2008 10:51 PM CST

WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Barack Obama swept the Louisiana primary and caucuses in Nebraska and Washington state Saturday night, slicing into Sen.

Orland gets top nod in section soccer pairings

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 02:10 AM CST

The Orland High boys soccer team earned the No. 1 seed in the Northern Section Division II playoffs as expected when the pairings were released Saturday afternoon, while Butte View League rival Gridley picked up the No.

Pluta's tune simply a hit

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 02:08 AM CST

It would have taken near-perfection to follow the first-game pitching show Chico State's Mike Robbins put on.

Roadwork roundup

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Here are some current north state road projects. New items are marked with bullets. Highway 149 BETWEEN CHICO AND OROVILLE — No traffic-interfering work is expected this week in the ongoing $105 million project to widen the road to four

Some adults leave wrong impression

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:43 AM CST

I buy into that whole "it takes a village to raise a child" thing. But not enough people realize it takes only one idiot to corrupt a child.

Some people just aren't good at being sick

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:43 AM CST

Recently I had the doubtful pleasure of being genuinely, sincerely and disgustingly sick, and, I've got to tell you, I don't do sick well.

Spending the tax rebate: Will it help?

Posted: 10 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

An estimated 130 million taxpayers will receive an extra chunk of change this tax season after Congress passed an economic relief package Thursday, but local taxpayers expressed doubt about whether the bill will prevent a recession.

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