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Sunday, March 30, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

'Disorderly Events Ordinance' revision goes before council

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:38 AM CDT

CHICO — A revised version of the controversial "disorderly events" ordinance will go before the Chico City Council Tuesday night.

18 candidates seek seats in Congress, Legislature

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:38 AM CDT

Eighteen candidates are in the running for state and congressional races in the north valley, according to the Secretary of State's office.

All About Us: Watch your mouth. There are kids around

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:36 AM CDT

I went shopping with my son, Thomas, the other day. Shopping in itself with a toddler is not always the easiest task.

Budding entrepreneurs hone their skills

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:38 AM CDT

A handful of fifth- and sixth-graders set up shop on Wall Street Saturday, adding a more youthful extension to the weekly farmers market.

Daily Planner: March 30

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:38 AM CDT

Events CHICO CITY PLAZA: 1-7 p.m. Second annual All is One Love Fest, featuring Crazy Grass, The Shimmies, The Musical Brewing Co.

Dave Davies column: Giants may be worst team in bigs

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 02:03 AM CDT

If you believe that Major League Baseball spring training games mean anything, and even though you happen to think that Barry Bonds is no longer worth having on your team, then the San Francisco Giants may end up being the worst team in the majors

Editorial: Prayer won't fix water problems

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:35 AM CDT

Winter's over. Actually, it has been since early February, even if the calendar says otherwise. Temperatures will be in triple digits soon.

Fishing in Alaska is becoming less deadly

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:34 AM CDT

ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Commercial fishing in Alaska is a killer, but it's not as deadly as it used to be.

Goal tending: Gambone brothers share ice hockey aspiration

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 02:03 AM CDT

Like most young adults, Corey Gambone sometimes wishes he could escape the pressures of work and mounting bill payments by being 9 years old again.

Here are some current north state road projects. New items are marked with bullets.

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:38 AM CDT

NORTH OF OROVILLE — From Campbell Creek to Highway 149, various lane closures can be expected 4 a.

Late scores show a loss for Wildcats

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 02:03 AM CDT

Chico State thought it had finally delivered the knockout punch to Division II's second-ranked baseball team.

Letter: Government should be held responsible

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:36 AM CDT

Regarding the March 20 article by Ryan Olson, "Herger sees war's progress": Once again, our Republican congressman, Wally Herger, parrots the lines of the Bush administration regarding the Iraq war, yet says and does absolutely nothing to hold the

Letter: Preserve Chico's charm in General Plan

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:35 AM CDT

After poring over numerous General Plan update meeting minutes, it's abundantly clear that preserving whatever makes Chico "special" is the most common theme.

Letter: Reorganize the party first

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:35 AM CDT

In America, health care is about a $2 trillion yearly effort that affects the lives of hundreds of millions.

Letter: Spanish classes necessary

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:36 AM CDT

Recently our history class at Chico Junior High School was published in your paper. Our science and history classes in Spanish were discussed.

Letter: Spin doctors debunk global warming

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:35 AM CDT

George Roy's opinions expressed in his March 21 letter are supported only by a small fraction of all scientists.

Letter: Yes vote for neighborhood park urged

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:35 AM CDT

Property owners of the proposed Ceres Neighborhood Park who live north of East Avenue, east of Cohasset, south of Sycamore Creek and west of Mariposa Avenue will receive a ballot in the mail the week of April 5.

Little 'adventures' spice up otherwise calm vacations

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:35 AM CDT

Every family has catch phrases, code words that mean more than the actual definition of the terms involved, and the Aylworth clan is no exception.

Local Briefs

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:38 AM CDT

Willows fire chiefs report 2007 busy WILLOWS — Fire chiefs from Willows Fire Department and Willows Rural Fire Protection District issued an annual report indicating the departments had a record-breaking year in 2007.

Local Roundup: Upset propels Chico boys volleyball at home tourney

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 02:03 AM CDT

The Chico High boys volleyball team picked up a sizable upset and a third-place finish in its own tournament, the annual John D'Anna Invitational, on Saturday.

Nothing like it in the world

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:36 AM CDT

I love riding on trains. I'm one of the few people up in these parts who thinks spending billions to develop a high-speed line between the Bay Area and Southern California is a good use of taxpayer money, even if it likely would never come up to the

Official wants public involved in salary negotiations

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:38 AM CDT

CHICO — A top Chico elected official wants the public to be involved in the city's process of negotiating employee salaries and benefits.

Orland teacher's use of agriculture in classroom wins award

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:38 AM CDT

ORLAND -- Orland is "smack dab in ag country," and many of the families of students at Plaza School have direct links to farms, said third- and fourth-grade teacher Jessica Limberg, of incorporating agriculture into her curriculum.

People on the Street

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:35 AM CDT

Are gas prices making you consider either a hydrid or an electric car? Asked Thursday at the Chico post office on Vallombrosa.

Soroptimist International gives opportunity, hands up to five

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:35 AM CDT

CHICO — Five community women who support their families while finding ways to increase their income through training or education were rewarded with cash Wednesday at a meeting of Soroptimist International of Chico.

The Bookshelf: "Fever 1793"

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:36 AM CDT

Mattie Cook loves Philadelphia with all it's noise and bustle. Her mother and grandfather run a popular coffee house there, which is frequented by the likes of Thomas Jefferson, when he is at nearby Monticello, and other thinkers and artists of the

The Wal-Mart wedge: Expansion proposal splits community

Posted: 30 Mar 2008 12:38 AM CDT

CHICO -- For Magalia resident and new mother Fallon Arenivas, Wal-Mart's a place where she can get diapers much cheaper.

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