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Sunday, February 24, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

All About Us: What mussels at Fort Bragg have to do with family bonding

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:46 AM CST

"Does this mean it's a boy mussel?" "No Fritz, mussels are asexual." "Well this looks like a manly part to me.

Almond disaster: January's storm will leave mark for years

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:04 AM CST

For years to come -- just how many is open to debate -- Jan. 4, 2008, is going to be a painful and costly memory for area almond growers.

Bedouin Muslim dedicated to prosperous future for Israel

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:03 AM CST

Ishmael Khaldi hasn't done what was expected, but one day he will. The expectation -- of his family and culture -- was that once he got an education, he'd return to his village in northern Israel, get married and raise a family.

Biologist tells how climate change affects agriculture

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:03 AM CST

Nobel Prize-winning biologist Jeff Price explained how climate change affects agriculture during the keynote speech of the California Nut Festival Saturday night.

Chico State student's speaking skills win national title

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:03 AM CST

Chico State University student Grace Berryhill turned her skills at public speaking into a national award this month by winning the top national competition in the 2008 American Farm Bureau Federation Collegiate Discussion Meet in Boston.

Chico does the time warp again

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

I'm going to jinx myself here, but the Enterprise-Record is in its 155th year and has never missed a day of publication.

Community radio is looking for young poets

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:46 AM CST

KZFR's Kids Program hosts are looking for young poets in grades kindergarten through 12 grade to enter their poems in a contest, "Kids' Voices of the North State, A Poetry Talent Search.

Crazy time of year for local sports

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:05 AM CST

Starting last week, the Enterprise-Record sports department embarks on one of the toughest three-week periods of the year, trying to cover wrestling championships and basketball playoffs, as well as spring sports like baseball, softball, track and

Daily Planner: February 24

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Events CALIFORNIA NUT FESTIVAL: 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Patrick Ranch,10381 Midway, Durham. Final day. Also events at other locations.

Daily Planner: February 25

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Community BLOOD DRIVE: Donor hours 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday. BloodSource, 555 Rio Lindo Ave., Chico. Must be in generally good health, weigh 110 pounds or more (under 17 years old must have parental consent.

Editorial: Juanarena gets a fitting tribute

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Trying to say thank you to someone who has given so much can be difficult, but a first step was taken on Friday during the tribute dinner to Larry Juanarena.

Grants available for math, science teachers

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:03 AM CST

Providing education in areas where teachers may not be well educated is the target of partnerships between Chico Unified School District and Chico State University.

Grinding your way to health ... and fatness

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Like every other person in the known world, I want to make this body I drag around healthier. Unfortunately, my mortal form is in greater need of work than most people's.

Growers are poised for imminent almond bloom

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:04 AM CST

As almond growers push up their sleeves to clean up the damage from the big January storm, the big hustle is to get things ready for almond bloom, which is about two weeks late this year, with buds open on the earliest varieties.

Letter: Get with the times

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Your editorial on the virtual field trip completely missed the mark. Consider the ability to take a small group of students, who take turns making these trips, to a place that can't hold 35 students, let alone have them all see what's happening, and

Letter: Government continues to grow

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Generally speaking, real average earned income in developed countries should fall substantially, as developing countries use modern technology to pit their desire for bare subsistence against our desire for hi-tech toys.

Letter: Learn from Vallejo's mistakes

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Vallejo city residents are asking themselves critical questions these days regarding city expenditures because of the prospect of that city going into bankruptcy.

Letter: Let students keep their voice

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

I always thought Chico had more newspapers than it deserved. Besides this publication, residents can pickup the Chico News & Review, The Orion, the Synthesis and The Beat.

Letter: Problem isn't CUSD's fault

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Congratulations to Kelly Staley on her appointment as superintendent of Chico Unified School District.

Letter: Stop fighting, educate kids

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

Reading about the 221 layoffs in our public school staff is a sad thing, both for those faithful workers soon jobless, and for the children with less education and care.

Local Roundup: Wildcats win suspended game, then fall to Eagles 7-6

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:05 AM CST

The rain followed the No. 4 Chico State baseball team to Los Angeles. So did the Wildcats' hot hitting.

More rain and wind on the way

Posted: 23 Feb 2008 09:00 PM CST

Another strong rain and wind storm is expected to hit the north valley later tonight, according to the National Weather Service.

Orland establishes Center for the Arts and Gallery

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:03 AM CST

ORLAND -- Four years after the establishment of a city arts commission, the Orland Center for the Arts and Gallery has been born.

Oroville's Finn claims women's 5K title in Almond Blossom Run

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:05 AM CST

DURHAM — Mary Finn said she wasn't going to allow the chilly weather or a former injury stop her from running under a blanket of gray skies during the 26th annual Almond Blossom Run on Saturday.

Park panel to look at plants, bollards, cats

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:03 AM CST

The Bidwell Park and Playground Commission will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the City Council Chambers on various matters.

Rain, wind expected most of the day

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:03 AM CST

Rainy and windy weather is expected to continue throughout the day, but decreasing by evening, according to the National Weather Service.

Riding with a purpose

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:03 AM CST

Hundreds of bicyclists rode through downtown Chico along Fifth Street Saturday for the Tour de Ed, a fundraising ride for the Chico Cyclist Care Fund to help Ed McLaughlin, who was injured in a bicycle accident in January.

Road work Roundup

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:03 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

Roadrunners win GVC finale, fifth straigth

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:03 AM CST

When the Northern California Regional playoff committee meets this week to fill out its men's college basketball brackets, members will look at each contender's season as a whole.

What you need to know about the Town & Country Humane Society

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 12:45 AM CST

The public may visit Town & Country Humane Society shelter to see animals available for adoption. It's at 4111 99 West in Orland.

Wildcats' defense does the job

Posted: 24 Feb 2008 02:05 AM CST

Ugliness has become a thing of beauty for the Chico State women's basketball team. Consider it part of the No.

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