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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Biggs, Gridley urged to reach accord or face intervention

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

GRIDLEY -- Gridley and Biggs got a message Tuesday night that they may not have anticipated: Reach an agreement or Butte County might just take over.

Board grills trustee on perceived conflict of interest

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

WILLOWS -- Tension was noticeably thick Monday night when trustees of Willows Unified School District began a special meeting on the potential conflict of interest of one of their own.

Briefs

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

Search on for dog that bit woman Chico animal control officers are asking for the public's help in finding a dog that bit a woman outside Chico Natural Foods, 818 Main St.

Buzz Preview: Only Michael Franti can 'Yell Fire!' in a crowded theater

Posted: 26 Feb 2008 03:51 PM CST

This review will appear in Thursday's edition of The Buzz. Michael Franti and his band, Spearhead, are known for uniquely fusing reggae, hip-hop, folk and rock, and they've been popular on the touring circuit for years.

Chico's repeat quest heats up

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:40 AM CST

No sprinklers or extinguishers were needed Tuesday night at Chico High in the Northern Section CIF Division II semifinals, contrary to what Kendall Eagleton may have said afterwards.

Community Roundup: Marsh rolls to South title

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:14 AM CST

The Marsh Gator Wrestling Club won the team championship at the South League Tournament and qualified 19 wrestlers for the Nor Cal Junior High Section Championship.

Corrections

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

A story in Tuesday's Style section about the Court Appointed Special Advocates Program contained an incorrect phone number.

Daily Planner: February 28

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

Performances BLUE ROOM THEATRE: 7:30 p.m. "Shel's Shorts." 139 W. First St., Chico. Adults-only gathering of wicked, witty scenes written by Shel Silverstein, author of "The Giving Tree" and "Where the Sidewalk Ends.

Editorial: Inaction on cuts will cripple city

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

Misery loves company, so perhaps Chico city councilors feel heartened when they look at the fiscal problems in Vallejo, Los Angeles and other cities.

Education Hall of Fame dinner honors several Chico teachers

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

Fifty-six years separate Marge Maddux's and Mireya Juaregui's graduations, but they have something big in common — they will both be inducted into the Chico Public Education Hall of Fame for 2008.

Fire chief plans to retire

Posted: 26 Feb 2008 05:13 PM CST

Chico Fire Chief Steve Brown, who as served in his position since 1995, plans to retire. City Manager David Burkland announced in a news release today the fire chief's retirement is pending.

Fire chief retiring from job he loves

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

Some 44 years after first falling in love with firefighting as a youth of 17, Chico Fire Chief Steve Brown will no longer be a full-time firefighter after Saturday.

Friday Girls Scouts to be stationed around town for cookie sales

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

Girl Scouts of Northern California will hit the streets Feb. 29 through March 16 for their annual cookie sale.

Glenn's Most Wanted

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

Here are several people being sought by Glenn County law enforcement agencies: Charles Edgar Mitchell The Glenn County Sheriff's Office is seeking Charles Edgar Mitchell for spousal battery, willful cruelty to a child and failure to appear.

Homeless shelter needs financial help

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

With a third less funding coming in, officials with the Torres Shelter have asked for emergency funding from the city, and said the homeless shelter needs more public support.

Jail inmate prompts minor disturbance

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

OROVILLE -- Butte County Jail Commander Jerry Jones said an inmate will be disciplined for causing a disturbance at the jail Monday night which involved prisoners housed in three pods.

Letters: Clock ticking for Wright

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

We the public are a fickle group. Our attention fades quickly when another shiny object catches our eye.

Letters: Get the facts on burning

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

I feel compelled to respond to a writer who complained about agriculture burning last weekend. First, the writer is correct that farmers are burning extra brush this past month.

Letters: Iran shouldn't be ignored

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

Basic knowledge of politics and geography should lead Americans to understand our presence in Iraq and Afghanistan goes far beyond looting or liberation.

Letters: Letter writer is no expert

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

Tim Edwards recently tried to defend letting schoolchildren eat hamburger that is unfit for humans. Why, I have no idea, as does Edwards.

Local Roundup: Hamilton girls bounce Durham to move on in Division V bracket

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:14 AM CST

The Hamilton High girls basketball team is headed back to the Northern Section CIF Division V final. Andrea Jones had 16 points and six rebounds to lead the No.

Loose horse destroyed after being deemed public safety threat

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

ORLAND -- Officials destroyed a 2-year-old horse Monday in a harrowing incident Glenn County Sheriff Larry Jones said has saddened everyone involved.

Man suffers serious burns in shower

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

A 57-year-old Chico man was rushed to Enloe Medical Center about 6 p.m. Tuesday after he suffered extensive burns from scalding hot water in the shower.

Most Starbucks locations will close tonight for retraining

Posted: 26 Feb 2008 04:09 PM CST

Starbucks Coffee locations in Butte and Glenn counties will close from 5:30 to 9 tonight to provide employees with what company founder Howard Schultz is calling "a historic in-store education and training event.

Oroville gets by Hornets to advance

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:14 AM CST

It's been a goal since the first day of practice for the Oroville High girls basketball team to be playing for a section title.

PV powers into rematch

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:40 AM CST

All the Pleasant Valley High girls basketball team wanted was another chance at Chico. After routing No.

Police searching for suspect in woman's sexual assault

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

Chico police are looking for a man suspected of sexually assaulting a young woman Monday night just outside Trinity United Methodist Church on East Fifth Street.

Report points to housing affordability in last quarter

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

A new report shows Butte County was one of the most affordable areas in the state during the fourth quarter of 2007.

Search for dogs in ridge attacks comes up cold

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

PARADISE -- An investigation after two fatal animal attacks failed to turn up information on the attacking dogs, believed to be pit bulls.

Search on for dog that bit woman

Posted: 26 Feb 2008 06:55 PM CST

Chico animal control officers are asking for the public's help in finding a dog that bit a woman outside Chico Natural Foods, 818 Main Street, about 5 p.

Sidelines: Simpson to hold AAU tournaments

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:14 AM CST

Simpson University in Redding will host two high school varsity girls AAU basketball tournaments this spring.

Stabbed man faces assault charge

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

A man allegedly stabbed by his girlfriend inside their East Avenue apartment Tuesday morning will be jailed on suspicion of assault, after he gets out of the hospital.

Starving Student: California classic diner comes wth cushy booths, monster menu

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:12 AM CST

There are two things that wouldn't be as good if they weren't so bad: The Academy Awards and diners. This week I was fortunate enough to experience both in one day.

Suspect sought in sexual assault near church

Posted: 26 Feb 2008 05:10 PM CST

Chico police are looking for a man suspected of sexually assaulting a young woman just outside Trinity United Methodist Church on East Fifth Street Monday night.

Willows school board OKs cuts

Posted: 27 Feb 2008 02:13 AM CST

WILLOWS -- Impassioned pleas and difficult decisions ended with a 3-2 vote Monday night to reduce Willows Unified School District's budget and issue at least nine layoff notices.

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