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Sunday, February 17, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Academic Decathlon proves to be a niche for autistic students

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:44 AM CST

Becoming winners presented some challenges for Jordan Thompson and Nick Johnson, and they hope the winning isn't over.

Almond tree cleanup includes extra burning

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:44 AM CST

The Jan. 4 winds that caused electricity blackouts and damage to homes and businesses in the valley also toppled 360,000 trees in the Butte County, most of them almonds.

Bauhs grabs bid for world championship

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 02:03 AM CST

Chico State's Scott Bauhs swears he still has the same nervousness he's always had before every race.

Bertagna: Time may be right for CARD-city parks merger

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:44 AM CST

A possible merger of the city with Chico's recreation district should be seriously considered now, City Councilor Steve Bertagna said Friday.

Burn survivor supports Fill the Boot effort every year

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:43 AM CST

It was the day before Valentine's Day in 2001 when Randy Barclay received burns that covered 80 percent of his body.

Career fair set at Chico State farm

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:42 AM CST

The fifth annual Career and Internship Fair sponsored by Chico State University College of Agriculture will be held at the University Farm on Hegan Lane from 10 a.

Changes immense for newspaper vet

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

Dave Cowan got into the newspaper business by accident. Nearly 44 years later, on a Friday afternoon, he walked out the door and, blissfully, became a retiree.

Chico nearly pulls off upset of Red Bluff in Division I meet

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 02:03 AM CST

In the Chico High gym Saturday, division meant subtraction for prep wrestlers. The Northern Section Division I championships represented the first chance to be eliminated from the postseason and also the last chance to make impressions on the

Dave Davies' column: Stories on steroids get repetitive

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 02:04 AM CST

Much like our newspaper's current ban on any news story about a certain pop celebrity who's fallen from grace with a sickening thud, I wish we in sports could institute a moratorium on athletes and steroids.

Editorial: New city manager sets right example\

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

When the contract details for Chico's new city manager were revealed Wednesday, we were stunned. We're accustomed to government employees being awarded salaries that are always a little bit more than the person they replaced.

Firefighters raise $24,700 for burn victims

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:44 AM CST

Several off-duty firefighters paced the concrete medians at the intersection of East 20th Street and Forest Avenue Saturday, boots raised high in the air, to raise money for young burn survivors.

Hundreds celebrate musician Matt Hogan's life

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Matt Hogan's extended family of several hundred gathered at Manzanita Place on Saturday at a memorial to celebrate the Chico music icon's life.

Letter: Burn rules should apply to all

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:42 AM CST

In yesterday's paper the E-R asked that we voluntarily choose not to burn our wood stoves due to our poor air quality.

Letter: Don't blame the bollard

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

I feel the need to weigh in on the bicycle bollard issue. I've bicycle commuted in Chico for many years.

Letter: Government doesn't serve us

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

It is evident that California government does not work for the people. The people are working to grow government.

Letter: Is city getting a deal?

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:42 AM CST

"City Manager Dave Burkland's new contract does not include any extra perks, and only provides for an annual base salary at the lowest amount of his pay scale," according to an E-R story.

Letter: Letter offensive

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:42 AM CST

I am insulted, humiliated and angry that you would print the letter "Hard to figure out Clinton" on Friday.

Letter: Tribute planned for patriot

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:42 AM CST

Larry Juanarena could very well be Chico's best-known citizen. This lovable man was born on the M&T Ranch and has lived his whole life in Chico giving to good causes.

Letter: University can be a detriment

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:41 AM CST

Last fall the public was invited to a Chico State University staff report on their current expansion.

Letter: Water headed south?

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:42 AM CST

Letter writer John Lorenz wants to know what and who are behind the excessive water releases from north state reservoirs.

Local Roundup: Wildcats split, win Mesa State series

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 02:04 AM CST

Mike Robbins backed up an impressive first start with another solid outing. Andrew Pluta didn't have quite the same luck.

Next step in agricultural runoff regulation pondered

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:42 AM CST

The next phase of regulations over water that leaves farms and enters public waterways will be pondered over the next several months as water quality officials meet with growers to ask for input.

Playoff schedules announced for prep basketball

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 02:04 AM CST

The Pleasant Valley and Champion Christian girls are the local No. 1 seeds, and there's a slew of other squads with high positioning that will be gunning for Northern Section basketball titles in the playoffs.

Virtual field trip: Connecting with students from afar

Posted: 17 Feb 2008 12:44 AM CST

Ten students made a field trip to Orient & Flume Art Glass Co. with teacher Ray Barber, but dozens of others visited virtually and hundreds more could take the trip virtually in the future.

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