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Monday, March 03, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Blog Log

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:38 AM CST

Here are excerpts from some of our blogs last week. The blogs, and others, can be seen in their entirety at www.

But this is Chico: Local authors add flavor to Season of Nonviolence

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:37 AM CST

I've got two more books for you. One has Chico as its setting; the other is about places that are within a 100-mile radius of the city.

Commission discusses transfers topic on Tuesday

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:38 AM CST

OROVILLE -- The Butte County Water Commission Tuesday will discuss a water transfer program proposed with Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District, Western Canal Water District and Richvale Irrigation District.

Council to consider pedicab regulations, new police station site

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:37 AM CST

Tuesday night the Chico City Council will decide whether it wants to regulate pedicabs. After two significant collisions involving pedicabs, the City Council earlier directed Police Chief Bruce Hagerty to look into ways the city could regulate the

Drought, growth have states studying construction of more huge dams

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:37 AM CST

SPOKANE, Wash. -- The Western states' era of massive dam construction — which tamed rivers, swallowed towns, and created irrigated agriculture, cheap hydropower and environmental problems — effectively ended in 1966 with the completion

Heart-to-heart talk

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:37 AM CST

Bob Hays (left), a perfusionist at Enloe Medical Center, talks to Eugenia Currlin about open heart surgery procedures during a Heart Health Fair on Feb.

Learning in two languages

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:37 AM CST

If you visit Marco Chinchay's science classes at Chico Junior High School, you might not understand a word spoken.

Letter: All passengers need shelter

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:37 AM CST

Jenn Klein's Feb. 22 article about the new transit center on Second and Salem in Chico is a good primer.

Letter: Another market not needed

Posted: 02 Mar 2008 10:18 PM CST

I read your article on the final environmental impact report for the Wal-Mart supercenter, and your editorial on the issue, and feel compelled to comment.

Letter: Chico police make it right

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:38 AM CST

Let it be known that the Chico Police Department is on top of what happens in their city. I am really happy at their response, professional, caring and even the chief of police called me to see that my unjust ticket has been taken care of.

Letter: Council must protect us

Posted: 02 Mar 2008 10:18 PM CST

The Wal-Mart south environmental impact report has not addressed public comments and takes a narrow legalistic position that does not consider the actual impact on the city, its businesses and population.

Letter: County ignores big problems

Posted: 02 Mar 2008 10:12 PM CST

After receiving and reading Butte County's general plan newsletter, I became somewhat annoyed and angered by the list of so-called accomplishments our county officials claim to have made.

Letter: Financial help appreciated

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:38 AM CST

I would like to extend a public thank you to Chico service clubs and Steve Oberlander at Neal Dow School for recommending and assisting my son to become one of the next delegates to attend a People to People World Leadership Forum in Washington, D.

Letter: Fundraiser helps cyclists

Posted: 02 Mar 2008 10:18 PM CST

The rain held off Feb. 23 just long enough for the successful return of the Almond Blossom Ride, sponsored by Chico Velo.

Letter: Let locals control schools

Posted: 02 Mar 2008 10:18 PM CST

I cease to be amazed at the total ignorance demonstrated by some school teachers, administrators and the public.

Letter: Loophole should be closed

Posted: 02 Mar 2008 10:18 PM CST

If you buy a car out of state, you pay a use tax or sales tax on it when you bring it into California.

Letter: Sentence a firm lesson

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:37 AM CST

Let the consequences for Greg Wright's actions be a reminder to anyone who would engage in such dangerous and criminal behavior, that no matter who they are or what they are going through, there is a system reserved for them: CYA until adulthood, 22

Letter: Some bills save money

Posted: 02 Mar 2008 10:18 PM CST

The editorial "Legislators can't help themselves" unfairly casts local representatives in a very unfair and misinformed manner.

Letter: Voter education needed

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:38 AM CST

I'm writing in response to the Feb. 24 article about California poll workers not allowing registered independent voters to cast a ballot for a Democrat.

Letter: Well, that settles it

Posted: 02 Mar 2008 10:18 PM CST

Read my lips: "No new Wal-Marts." — Mitch Cox, Chico

Local Briefs

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:38 AM CST

Police:Shooting may be gang-related Chico Police officers responded to a shooting on the 800 block of East 16th Street at 4:23 a.

Local Roundup: PV girls get home game Tuesday in NorCal playoffs

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 12:36 AM CST

The Northern Section Division II champion Pleasant Valley High girls basketball team will host a first-round game Tuesday at 7 p.

Misinformation in stabbing case causes police confusion

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:38 AM CST

Two law enforcement agencies struggled to provide information about a stabbing early Sunday morning after the victims gave police the wrong location of the incident.

Monday, March 3, 2008

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:37 AM CST

Events KEEP CALIFORNIA BEAUTIFUL 2008: 1:30 p.m. school assembly, at Hooker Oak Elementary School, followed by planting of six trees along Third Avenue by Chico's street tree crew and students.

News of our history for March 3

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:38 AM CST

Here are some newspaper stories published this week in years past: 25 years ago 'County toll hits $11 million' OROVILLE — While the worst of the storm may be over, the pounding rains during the past week brought with them a stiff price in

Sailor's trial provides window into Navy fears after USS Cole attack

Posted: 03 Mar 2008 02:38 AM CST

NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- U.S. Navy commanders were wary as their ships headed to the Persian Gulf in the months after a terrorist ambush in 2000 killed 17 sailors aboard the USS Cole.

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