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Sunday, March 09, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

All About Us: Rosary Braid comes in handy during Easter service

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 12:00 AM CST

April, 2007: The church was filled with the scent of Easter lilies, and the pews were packed. On this holiest of holidays, people of varying degrees of faith had donned their most dapper spring outfits, combed their children's freshly-washed hair

Been here before: Rodgers thrust into same role from 2002

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 03:02 AM CDT

Masses of Green Bay Packer fans have been left clamoring to wonder whether Chico's Aaron Rodgers can successfully replace Brett Favre, their beloved quarterback whose retirement from the NFL dominated headlines last week.

Beyond Chico

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:59 PM CST

Whale watching brings travelers to Mendocino MENDOCINO — Come to the coast for the annual Mendocino Coast Whale Festivals.

Brute strength: 12 compete in strongest man contest

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 12:00 AM CST

Twelve men competed to see who would become Chico's strongest man during a variety of weight challenges Saturday.

Chico State AD: Spencer injury report was premature

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:11 PM CST

A report that Chico State forward Audriana Spencer had torn her left ACL was premature, according to Chico State athletic director Anita Barker.

Chico State dominates own relays

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 03:02 AM CDT

The Chico State track and field team consistently demonstrates a unity rivaled by few athletic programs on campus.

Chico gang rape prompts sociological research

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 12:00 AM CST

A sociological research study that will be published later this year was prompted by a 2002 Chico gang rape.

Correction

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 12:00 AM CST

In Saturday's E-R on the front of the sports section, a story by Michelle Gardner of the San Bernardino Sun said Chico State University's Audriana Spencer had suffered a torn ACL.

Court interpreters help bridge the language gap

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 12:00 AM CST

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first story in a two-part series. WILLOWS -- When 51-year-old Filemon Lamas Acevedo worked his way through the judicial system in Glenn County not long ago, he rarely spoke.

Daily Planner: March 10

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:59 PM CST

Events BIG CHICO CREEK WATERSHED ALLIANCE: 6 p.m. Dan McManus, senior engineering geologist with Department of Water Resources, will discuss "Groundwater Status — Occurrence, Movement, Supply and Demand.

Daily Planner: March 9

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:59 PM CST

Events FILM SCREENING, CHICO STATE: Film 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.; 7 p.m. lecture, question and answer session with Richie Roberts in Bell Memorial Union Auditorium.

Editorial: Answers elusive in police matters

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:57 PM CST

The allegations of excessive force used by two Paradise police officers is troubling. It's troubling because we may never know the truth.

Editorial: City wise to study cheaper option

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:57 PM CST

It's not as bad as it sounds. We hope. The Chico City Council on Tuesday approved spending up to $750,000 to develop a plan for a new police station.

Letter: Don't coddle the flock

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:58 PM CST

Kris Koenig's mamby-pamby letter in support of coddling criminal geese is an example of the rot in our social fabric.

Letter: Economy shipped overseas

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:58 PM CST

I can tell the president why the U.S. economy is in a fix. The industrial giants of America are not concerned with the plight of the American people or the American government.

Letter: Editorial said it all

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:58 PM CST

Your Sunday editorial, "Chico council just can't say no," was the clearest, finest piece of editorial work I've ever read.

Letter: Law enforcement humiliated

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:58 PM CST

The district attorney has never had evidence that would support charging Gregory Wright with attempted murder.

Letter: Let up on Nader

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:58 PM CST

Here we go again. Within a week of Ralph Nader's announcement of his independent campaign for the presidency, the Enterprise-Record has run not one but two editorial cartoons ridiculing his efforts.

Letter: Second Wal-Mart unneeded

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:58 PM CST

It will be a shame to force another Wal-Mart on our city. They are unfair to their employees and I am a homeowner and don't feel we need another box store.

Letter: Theft makes no sense

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:58 PM CST

Tonight I had to sit down and tell my 5-year-old daughter that someone had stolen her beloved bike that we had bought her for her birthday last year.

Letter: University can be a role model

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:58 PM CST

Recently a professor at Chico State University made many poor choices and will now be receiving the consequences.

Letter: When are teenagers adults?

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:58 PM CST

When another human being kills another, it's a terrible act, one of the most heinous that we can do. Another is taking someone's liberty, denying them an unalienable right.

Local Roundup: Wildcat baseball salvages split with Warriors

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 03:02 AM CDT

Andrew Pluta pitched a seven-inning complete game and the No. 16 Chico State baseball team defeated No.

Mandala's end is also a beginning

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 12:00 AM CST

Losang Samten spent the past five weeks creating the fine details of a vibrantly-colored sand mandala at Chico State University only to destroy it as if it were a mere sandcastle Saturday.

Meyers outduels McMahan to win Mini Gold Cup

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 03:02 AM CDT

Fans watching the first day of the 22nd annual Mini Gold Cup on Friday watched former Oroville resident Paul McMahan dominate the field from green flag to checkered flag.

People on the Street

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:58 PM CST

You get to invite three public figures on a cross-country road trip. Who are they? Asked Thursday at a Chico shopping center.

Plant-based diet spells health, expert says

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 12:00 AM CST

To stay healthy, eat plants and avoid meat, milk and processed foods. So says nutrition expert T. Colin Campbell, who spoke to nearly 300 people at the Enloe Conference Center in Chico Friday.

Police arrest three boys near where explosion occurred

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 12:00 AM CST

Three boys were arrested after they were spotted near an explosion in Lindo Channel at Madrone Avenue at noon Friday.

Program reaches out to foreign-speaking residents

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 12:00 AM CST

Throughout California, tens of thousands of people involved in court cases need the help of an interpreter.

Roadwork Roundup

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 12:01 AM CST

Here are some current north state road projects. New items are marked with bullets. Chico WARNER STREET AND LEGION AVENUE — Full closure of the intersection can be expected 7 p.

The Bookshelf: "Tasty Baby Belly Buttons; A Japanese Folktale"

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:59 PM CST

As the story goes, long ago in Japan, an old childless couple found a baby girl in a melon and raised her up to be a fine cook and a brave warrior.

The lore of the fore

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 12:00 AM CST

A grand opening ceremony was held Saturday morning for the new Sherwood Forest Kids' Disc Golf Course at the Hooker Oak Recreation Area.

Two arrested on meth charges at Magalia home

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 12:00 AM CST

MAGALIA -- Several baggies containing methamphetamine, cash and drug paraphernalia were found inside a house on the 14000 block of Briarwood Drive Friday, according to a report from the Butte County Sheriff's Office.

What you need to know about Town & Country Humane Society

Posted: 08 Mar 2008 11:59 PM CST

The public may visit Town and Country Humane Society shelter to see animals available for adoption.

Wildcats nab NCAA bid with conference tourney title

Posted: 09 Mar 2008 03:02 AM CDT

The Chico State women's basketball team had lost its leader, Audriana Spencer, to injury for the title game of the California Collegiate Athletic Association Championship Tournament.

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