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Friday, April 04, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

2:22 p.m.: Northbound 99 reopened after tanker wreck (Photos)

Posted: 03 Apr 2008 04:29 PM CDT

CHICO — Northbound Highway 99 was reopened at about 1:35 p.m. today, after fuel was removed from an overturned tanker that crashed on the northbound on-ramp at the Skyway.

A permit is required to remove city trees

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

The city of Chico is warning homeowners to be wary if approached by anyone other than the city about removing a city tree, especially in exchange for or if offered payment for the wood.

Bicycle crash with car critically injures Chico High student

Posted: 03 Apr 2008 09:34 PM CDT

CHICO — Police are investigating a collision on First Avenue between a bicyclist and a car Wednesday night that sent the 15-year-old rider to Enloe Medical Center with major head injuries.

Bicyclist critically injured in collision with vehicle

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

CHICO — Police are investigating a collision on East First Avenue between a bicyclist and a car Wednesday night that sent the 15-year-old rider to Enloe Medical Center with major head injuries.

Bonsai Society plans spring show

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

The Chico Bonsai Society will hold its annual spring show April 26 and 27 at the Community Center, 545 Vallombrosa Ave.

Chico State students shine in manufacturing contest

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

CHICO — For the fourth year in a row, students from Chico State University earned the top award at the WESTEC Manufacturing Challenge at the Los Angeles Convention Center Tuesday.

Chico uses depth for golf points

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

CHICO — It takes five people to win in prep golf competition. Don't think that the top few players are any more important than the others lower on the depth chart.

City to inventory, analyze bollards

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 04:43 AM CDT

CHICO -- Work is continuing on an attempt to improve bollard safety, including a planned inventory and analysis of the posts intended to keep cars off bike and pedestrian paths.

Daily Planner for April 4

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

Events CRAFT, BAKE, PLANT AND YARD SALE: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 7468 Highway 99E, Los Molinos. Sponsored by Special Forces, Chapter 89 nonprofit, based in Shasta Lake City.

Editorial: Transparency, accountability go hand in hand

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:56 AM CDT

In the midst of Sunshine Week, which advocates transparency in government, Chico City Councilor Larry Wahl floated a wise yet revolutionary idea that would accomplish that aspiration.

Garden Tour: Beauty springs from baked clay

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 04:37 AM CDT

Don and Doni Hunter have lived on their property for about nine years and were attracted to the front yard that was originally landscaped by Carla's Landscaping six years previously.

Herger thinks cutting conservation funds in new Farm Bill is all right

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

CHICO -- It's OK to cut conservation money in the new Farm Bill that's being hashed out in Congress, Rep.

Honor roll for April 4

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

CHICO — The following students at Chico Country Day School achieved honor roll grades on their last report cards: Eighth grade — Maddie Heffley, Ryan Powell, Adam Rose, Hannah Schipper, Logan Thorwaldson Seventh grade — Branden

Letter: Coach's legacy starts with character

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

The timing of Travis Souders' March 23 column advising prospective head coaches for Chico State men's basketball program at the expense of its longtime coach was unworthy and in poor taste.

Letter: Planning meeting unenlightening

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

The Chico Planning Department and Pacific Municipal Consultants, under the auspice of "your" future vision of Chico, put on a third-person distortion of participants' desired input.

Letter: Politicians should listen to Christ

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

Observing the political scene, it is quite apparent that this is a very botched situation. One candidate has not paid attention to his pastor's railings for 20 years — and is now pushing away from the poison of very offensive language.

Letter: Tribe's legitimacy not challenged

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:56 AM CDT

I was disappointed in your reporter's stretch of the facts regarding Butte County's view of the Mechoopda tribe ("County bets courts can stop casino," March 28).

Letter:Be grateful for mother's actions

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

I am the mother of Karrie Alexander, the young mom who helped the man in the overturned tanker in Chico on March 26.

Local Briefs

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

GRIDLEY — Two men were arrested on drug charges as officers with the Butte Interagency Narcotics Task Force served a search warrant Wednesday at a home on West Biggs Gridley Road.

Local Roundup: Barnum Butte's top scorer in Napa

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

Butte College golfer Luke Barnum shot a 4-over 76 for ninth place out of 42 players Thursday at the Big 8 Conference's sixth meet of the season at Silverado Country Club in Napa.

Motorcyclist hurt in vehicle crash

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 04:42 AM CDT

CHICO — Just before 9 a.m. Thursday a Chico man was badly hurt when his motorcycle collided with a vehicle at the intersection of Seventh and Walnut streets.

OUSD's budget seemingly on solid ground

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

ORLAND — While most local districts scramble and scrape to cut deeply enough to balance their budgets, Orland Unified School District administrators have theirs figured out.

Panthers stay alive, then win in five

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

CHICO — Beating fierce boys volleyball rival Pleasant Valley is always sweet for Chico High, but doing it in enemy territory at Varley Gym on Thursday night after trailing for most of a five-game match added more luster to the important

Police Report for April 4

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

The following property crimes were reported recently to the Chico Police Department: RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES March 28 — 400 block of Oak Street.

Sidelines: NorCal gymnastics meet scheduled

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

The NorCal State Gymnastics Championships for USA Gymnastics Levels 8, 9 and 10 girls will be held today through Sunday at the Oroville Gymnastics Sports Academy, 1875 Feather River Blvd.

Sow There: A smashing good time with snails

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

If you're like most people who garden, an occasional snail or an army of munching mollusks are a menace to your plants.

Steve Carson's 'Outdoors' column: Sacramento River anglers finding striper action decent

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

Anglers on the Sacramento River are enjoying decent fishing for striped bass this week, reported local guide Kevin Brock.

Tanker flip again closes Skyway onramp: Northbound 99 freeway shut six hours for cleanup

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 04:39 AM CDT

CHICO -- The California Highway Patrol was still investigating last week's overturn of a fuel tanker in Chico when another big rig hauling gasoline and diesel flipped over in the same spot Thursday.

Tour will feature gardens in Yuba City-Marysville area

Posted: 04 Apr 2008 03:57 AM CDT

MARYSVILLE -- The Marysville-Yuba City Branch of the American Association of University Women will present their 16th annual garden tour from 10 a.

Update: Midway still a mess

Posted: 03 Apr 2008 03:40 PM CDT

CHICO — Closure of northbound Highway 99 due to a tanker truck crash in south Chico effectively shut down the Midway as well.

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