Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Campus Clips

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:15 AM CDT

Here are some brief happenings at Chico State University and Butte College: Business masters fast-track An informational meeting for candidates to an accelerated master's degree in Business Administration, including Saturday courses, will be held

Chico man killed in crash near Corning

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 03:05 AM CDT

CORNING -- A Chico resident died early Monday morning after his pickup went into a ditch along South Avenue, south of Corning, then struck a driveway and flew into the air.


Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:15 AM CDT

Roger Wicker, identified in an editorial Sunday as the congressional king of pork-barrel spending, is a Republican from Mississippi.

County General Plan may get water element

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:15 AM CDT

CHICO -- Should water issues have their own part of the Butte County General Plan 2030? That question drew about 40 people to a discussion Monday in Chico, most of whom said they thought that was a good idea.

Daily Planner: April 15

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:13 AM CDT

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

Daily Planner: April 16

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:13 AM CDT

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

Ed Anderson's column 'Tee to Green': Thompson, Hader tame Bidwell to win two-man qualifier

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:15 AM CDT

Cody Thompson and Steven Hader shot a blistering net 57 to win the NCGA two-man best ball qualifying tournament at Bidwell Municipal GC.

Editorial: Citizens have right to see bills

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:13 AM CDT

Some legislators have no shame when powerful special-interest groups order them to jump. Not even a ruling by the state Supreme Court matters when the police lobbying group called the Peace Officers Research Association of California comes calling.

Enloe, union divided on pay, benefits

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:15 AM CDT

CHICO — After 11 months of bargaining, Enloe Medical Center and the union representing the hospital's service workers can point to agreements on many parts of their first contract.

Fugitive's arrest still is elusive

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:15 AM CDT

FOREST RANCH — A parolee considered armed and dangerous led a Butte County sheriff's deputy on a high-speed pursuit Saturday for the second time in 10 days.

Herd of deer? This one helped find missing man

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:15 AM CDT

NIMSHEW — Deborah Watt spent Sunday afternoon searching for an endangered man missing in her neighborhood, but didn't find him until a herd of deer showed her where to look Sunday night.

InnerView: Cami Pope brings encouragement to Jerry Knight House

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:40 AM CDT

CHICO -- All the veterans' stories are different, but Cami Pope says they start out the same way. "They all begin their stories with how they ended up here," she said.

Letter: Don't give up on newspaper

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:13 AM CDT

People of Oroville, please do not give up on the Oroville Mercury-Register. When the recent changes and downsizing happened we were all shocked.

Letter: Let CARD handle city parks

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:13 AM CDT

Thank you for the succinct, positive and accurate editorial regarding Ceres Neighborhood Park. It is, indeed, a bargain for our neighborhood, and for the community at large.

Letter: Residents need places to play, relax

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:13 AM CDT

Neighborhood parks are an asset to the people of Chico. The Oak Way park is heavily used by young and old, for play or relaxing.

Letter: Superintendent says thanks

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:13 AM CDT

As superintendent of Chico Unified School District, I would like to publicly thank the students, parents, staff and community members who attended our school board meeting Wednesday.

Local Roundup: Chang shoots 77 as Chico State takes first-round lead in tournament

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:15 AM CDT

Chico State's Megan Chang shot a 5-over 77 Monday to tie for fourth place as the Wildcats led the first round of Mesa State's Maverick Spring Invitational at The Golf Club at Redlands Mesa in Grand Junction, Colo.

Local briefs

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:15 AM CDT

$500 wire theft leaves thousands of dollars in damage to home ORLAND -- The owner of a vacant home on County Road 25 said burglars broke into the residence sometime between March 30 and Saturday to strip it of copper wiring.

Monday, funday

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:15 AM CDT

Tom Ryser's Monday on the waves of Thermalito Afterbay spawned from a message on his computer. See, being an avid windsurfer, this tile contractor from Chico does more than just shoot the breeze while skimming across the water; He skillfully waits,

On Foot: Spenceville Wildlife Refuge, within earshot of Marysville

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:15 AM CDT

SMARTVILLE — We pulled into the parking area near an old concrete bridge built in 1901 to the now-gone town of Waldo.

School board to consider budget cuts

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 03:06 AM CDT

CHICO -- There will be no winner in the decisions Chico Unified School District's board of trustees will make Wednesday, when considering a long list of budget reduction recommendations.

Sidelines: Chico State wins national title

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:15 AM CDT

The Chico State men's volleyball team won the National Intramural-Recreation Sports Association National Club Volleyball Championship in Dallas over the weekend.

Suspects flee tab, drive vehicle over waitress in restaurant lot

Posted: 15 Apr 2008 02:15 AM CDT

CHICO — A waitress at the Casa Ramos Restaurant on Fair Street was badly injured Monday night when she was run over by patrons who skipped out on their meal tab.

Update 8:15 a.m.— Highway 70 at Clark Road

Posted: 14 Apr 2008 10:29 AM CDT

Caltrans has closed both directions of Highway 70 at Clark Road and it is expected to remain closed throughout the day.


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