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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

2007 'American Idol' contestant visits Paradise

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:32 AM CDT

PARADISE — A woman who was part of the top-rated "American Idol" TV series wrapped up a family visit in Paradise Monday.

Campus clips for March 18

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 03:32 AM CDT

Here are some brief happenings at Chico State University and Butte College: Libraries looked at again Anthony Grafton will be the guest speaker for a Chico State Presidential Scholar and Humanities Center book-theme lecture March 26 at 7:30 p.

Chico woman files suit to bring double home plans back

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 02:08 AM CDT

The Chico homeowner who earlier hoped to turn two homes into one has filed a lawsuit that would let her continue with her expansion plans.

Daily Planner: March 18

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:01 AM CDT

Community JUDGMENT WORKSHOP: How to do your own divorce; family support issues. Service of Butte County Superior Court.

Daily Planner: March 19

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:01 AM CDT

BLOOD DRIVE: Donor hours 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday. BloodSource, 555 Rio Lindo Ave., Chico. 893-5433. Weekly.

Early traffic: Things looking quiet

Posted: 17 Mar 2008 10:14 AM CDT

Mostly sunny skies and mostly clear roads will greet motorists in Butte and Glenn counties this morning.

Ed Anderson's column 'Tee to Green': Escott/Fowler team wins Canyon Oaks 6-6-6 Tournament

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 02:08 AM CDT

The team of Karen Escott and Mary Fowler took first place with a score of 57.4 in the Canyon Oaks CC Women's 6-6-6 Tournament.

Editorial: Painting stripes a slow process

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:44 AM CDT

In March 2007, the Chico City Council voted to change parking along several streets west of downtown and south of Chico State University from parallel to diagonal parking.

Female suicide bomber kills 43 in Shiite holy city of Karbala

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 02:08 AM CDT

BAGHDAD -- A female suicide bomber struck Shiite worshippers in the holy city of Karbala on Monday, an official and a witness said, killing at least 43 people and leaving pools of blood on the street leading to one of Iraq's most revered mosques.

I-5 crash leaves vehicles overturned in ditch

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 02:08 AM CDT

WILLOWS -- Three people suffered minor injuries in a crash on Interstate 5 just north of Willows Monday morning that left two vehicles overturned in an irrigation ditch.

Inner View: For Patty Hunter, it's about making a difference

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:02 AM CDT

Patty Hunter remembers how she tried to bring a basic social work concept into daily life when her daughters were young.

Letter: Cats endangered in one neighborhood

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:44 AM CDT

Cats are dying in the Barber neighborhood. This is the area of town west of Park Avenue, between Ninth Street and 22nd Street.

Letter: Drug-test all government employees

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:44 AM CDT

At a school in New Haven, Conn., the student vice president was suspended for three days, had his title of VP stripped away and not allowed to attend a school dinner.

Letter: Las Plumas students exemplary

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:44 AM CDT

Last week I had the opportunity to inspect the cadets of the Las Plumas High School Navy Junior ROTC.

Letter: Wright hopes for appeal

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:44 AM CDT

Seventeen-year-old Gregory Wright has begun his 22-year, eight-month incarceration at Ione's Preston Youth Correctional Facility.

Local Roundup: Chico State splits CCAA softball doubleheader

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 02:08 AM CDT

Chico State's Krystal Shaw pitched a two-hit shutout as the Wildcats split a California Collegiate Athletic Association softball doubleheader Monday at San Francisco State, 2-0 and 7-2.

Minor injuries reported in I-5 crash

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:32 AM CDT

Motorists who stopped to help said at least one person was trapped inside one of the vehicles. All of the victims were out when the California Highway Patrol arrived about 11:55 a.

North Chico Wal-Mart plans dropped

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:01 AM CDT

Plans are off for the new Wal-Mart Supercenter proposed for north Chico. Wal-Mart representative Kevin Loscotoff said Monday the company canceled plans for what would have been a 242,000-square-foot retail supercenter at Highway 99 and Garner Lane.

On Foot: Early spring wildflowers are short but sweet

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:01 AM CDT

A gorgeous book came across my desk last week from the Redbud Chapter of the Native Plant Society. "Wildflowers of Nevada and Placer Counties, California" is, by its nature, a pretty book filled with pictures and descriptions of the hundreds of

One dead, one injured in Orland suicide-attempted murder

Posted: 17 Mar 2008 08:36 PM CDT

ORLAND — A man took his own life after shooting his father-in-law at a residence on County Road K north of Orland this afternoon.

Orland man fatally wounds relative, kills himself

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:01 AM CDT

ORLAND -- Domestic violence may have led to what authorities are investigating as a murder and apparent suicide in a home at 4177 County Road K, south of Orland, Monday afternoon.

Restitution ordered to Paradise police officer

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:01 AM CDT

OROVILLE -- A judge Monday ordered a young Paradise man to pay more than $1,700 in restitution to an injured Paradise police officer in connection with a high-profile driving under the influence arrest, which became the focus of a Grand Jury

Sidelines: East boys, West girls win games

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 02:08 AM CDT

The East boys defeated the West 102-72 Sunday night at Pleasant Valley High in the 13th annual Double Pump Inc.

St. Patrick's Day quiet; some talk of making it official holiday

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:01 AM CDT

St. Patrick's Day locally remained quiet in the morning, but police Sgt. Scott Fransen said a crescendo started to build around 2 p.

Supreme Court to review FCC policy on broadcast profanity

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 02:08 AM CDT

WASHINGTON -- When the Supreme Court last took on a broadcast indecency case in 1978, there was no such thing as the Internet, the cable television industry was just starting to catch on and kids looking for a cheap thrill would sneak into an

Welcome to our 'new' newspaper

Posted: 17 Mar 2008 12:57 PM CDT

The Enterprise-Record has a new, slimmer look today. The E-R has changed its printing press so it can fit a narrower page that is becoming more common in the industry.

Woman files suit to revisit double home plans

Posted: 18 Mar 2008 12:32 AM CDT

The Chico homeowner who earlier hoped to turn two homes into one has filed a lawsuit that would let her continue with her expansion plans.

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