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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Audubon Society to hear talk on Butte County butterflies

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:23 AM CDT

CHICO -- Tim Manolis will be a guest speaker Monday during a meeting of the Altacal Audubon Society at Chico Creek Nature Center.

Biblio File: Yosemite through the lens of two professors

Posted: 16 Apr 2008 04:47 PM CDT

"Yosemite in Time: Ice Ages, Tree Clocks, Ghost Rivers" ($29.95 in large-size paperback from Trinity University Press) is the just-released soft-cover version of a book first published in 2005.

Buzz Art Gallery Listings: April 17, 2008

Posted: 16 Apr 2008 04:47 PM CDT

Here is a list of local galleries, museums and other art displays. (The listings reflect galleries and studios that have reported participation in Art First Saturday, which takes place 4-8 p.

Buzz Calendar for April 17-23

Posted: 16 Apr 2008 04:47 PM CDT

Thursday, April 17 Music/Nightclubs CAFÉ CODA: Norfolk and Western, Weinland and Nick Jaina.

Chico Music for Peace Festival to inspire, inform

Posted: 16 Apr 2008 04:47 PM CDT

CHICO -- During a time in which war, violence and negative news dominate headlines, it is easy to get discouraged and disheartened of current world affairs.

City Council wants to talk with Mechoopda about public services

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:26 AM CDT

CHICO -- City Councilors aren't ready to give up a chance to provide public safety services for a proposed Mechoopda casino.

Copy cat bomb threat empties school

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:26 AM CDT

PARADISE -- Administrators at Paradise Intermediate School evacuated students from the campus about 9:45 a.

Corning man arrested after ramming his vehicle into fiancee's

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:25 AM CDT

CORNING -- Police arrested a 26-year-old Corning man Tuesday after he allegedly rammed his vehicle several times into another vehicle driven by his fiancee.

Corrections

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:24 AM CDT

The wrong prefix of a telephone number was given in the Enterprise-Record's story Wednesday on page 5A about the Glenn County Landfill.

Cover story: Mechoopda youth reveal 'We are here!'

Posted: 16 Apr 2008 04:47 PM CDT

CHICO -- From the brushes of babes comes this latest art exhibit at a Chico art gallery. "We Are Here!

Cuts will hit most CUSD students: Trustees approve list of 33 reductions, including closure of Forest Ranch and Cohasset schools

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 02:09 AM CDT

CHICO -- With warnings to a standing-room-only crowd that this is only the beginning, Chico Unified School District's board of trustees unanimously approved a list of budget reductions that affects almost every student in the district.

Daily Planner for April 17

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:23 AM CDT

Today Events PARADISE LIBRARY: 3 p.m. 5922 Clark Road. Live Celtic music by harpist Pam Tompkins. Part of National Library Week activities.

Editorial: Don't just trash an obsolete TV

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:22 AM CDT

Come February 2009, the world in our living rooms will change as legislation kicks in that erases the backbone of America's entertainment industry — analog television.

Enloe re-deemed: Hospital now in full compliance

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:24 AM CDT

Enloe Medical Center is back in Medicare's good graces. A year ago, the federal agency put the Chico hospital on a kind of probation because it had not met certain standards.

Food writer and nutritionist Marcia Zimmerman cooks at Lyon Books

Posted: 16 Apr 2008 04:47 PM CDT

Food writer and nutritionist Marcia Zimmerman will offer a food demonstration of her Super Salad Savvy from 2-4 p.

Groups

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:23 AM CDT

Orland library hosts sale ORLAND -- A spring book sale sponsored by Friends of the Orland Free Library will be Monday through April 26 with more than 60 tables of books offered, all sorted by subject.

Guidelines proposed for safely eating river, delta sport fish

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:25 AM CDT

SACRAMENTO -- New "safe eating" guidelines have been prepared for sport fish caught from the Sacramento River and northern delta.

Guitarist finds freedom in playing his own music

Posted: 16 Apr 2008 04:47 PM CDT

PARADISE -- Walter Trout is an amazing guitar player, who's been out there, playing fast and furious, for more than three decades.

Hearing set on challenge to candidate's residency

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 02:10 AM CDT

RED BLUFF -- A hearing on a challenge to Jim Nielsen's 2nd Assembly District candidacy has been set for May 12 in Tehama County Superior Court, according to Don Bird, who filed a petition against the candidate.

Letter: Chico State can't be immune from cuts

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:22 AM CDT

For shame Paul Zingg. The whole state of California is in dire financial straits, not just Chico State University, but does he volunteer to cooperate in achieving a balanced budget?

Letter: Glenn County, teachers haven't settled

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:22 AM CDT

I have attended all but one Special Education Local Plan Area meetings since August 2007. Other individuals in attendance at the April 2 meeting were Grand Jury Chairperson Marilyn Baker and Grand Jury member Mary Kennedy, Glenn County Office of

Letter: It's time for it to end for us

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:22 AM CDT

I was a supporter of the war in Iraq initially, though I strongly disagreed with the strategy from day one.

Letter: Let change start with churches

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:22 AM CDT

Forty years ago this month Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated by a racist coward. However, King had a dream that all people would live in harmony and one accord in equality.

Letter: Obama telling it like it is

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:22 AM CDT

I grew up in a Democratic, blue-collar family in the Midwest and find quite realistic Barack Obama's comment that such voters are "bitter" because they have been overlooked economically.

Letter: Struggling district should blame unions

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:22 AM CDT

The Chico Unified School District is similar to the Michigan automakers. Both are being brought down by the union's demands.

Local Roundup: Johnson, Chico prevail

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 02:07 AM CDT

Michelle Johnson's sweep of long distance events propelled the Chico High girls track and field team past Foothill and Paradise in an Eastern Athletic League dual meet Wednesday.

Local briefs

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:24 AM CDT

Men plead guilty to felonies in Glenn County court WILLOWS -- A Chico man pleaded guilty Friday in Glenn County Superior Court to charges of assaulting his girlfriend and resisting arrest.

Movie Review: 'Street Kings' a stinkin' bloody mess

Posted: 16 Apr 2008 04:47 PM CDT

"Street Kings" stars Keanu Reeves as an LAPD detective trying to solve the murder of his estranged ex-partner.

Music review: Guthrie graces Chico with classic folk and a hearty laugh

Posted: 16 Apr 2008 04:47 PM CDT

CHICO -- Arlo Guthrie is one of those people you wish you were related to. He's so witty; you just want to gather your friends and family around a campfire and listen to him tell jokes and play his folk music for hours.

North State Voices: Old green pickup full of character

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:22 AM CDT

In our world of stylish clothes and flashy cars, "old" and "green" generally don't fit under the "cool" umbrella.

One charter school can keep operating; another may close

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:26 AM CDT

PARADISE -- While one charter school in Paradise received approval to operate for five more years, another may close.

Oroville hit-and-run leaves 15-year-old bicyclist with major injuries

Posted: 16 Apr 2008 09:28 PM CDT

OROVILLE— A sport utility vehicle hit a bicyclist today, fleeing the scene, and leaving the victim with major injuries.

Pet microchip clinic Saturday will benefit disaster group

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:22 AM CDT

PARADISE -- North Valley Animal Disaster Group will conduct a low-cost microchip clinic for domestic pets Saturday at Colyer Veterinary Service, 8919 Skyway.

Pointed lessons: Students wielding needles to comfort AIDS orphans

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:24 AM CDT

ORLAND -- Stitch by stitch, row by row, teddy bears are being born in an Orland classroom. Tuesday afternoon, students at C.

Prep Athlete of the Week: Moore has the drive to excel

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 02:07 AM CDT

PRINCETON — Mason Moore showed the racing world that he's not your average 17-year old on Friday when he won the main event at Bill Brownell night at Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico.

Prep Athlete of the Week: Witteman adds to 400 intrigue

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 02:07 AM CDT

PARADISE — Lindsay Witteman had time to talk on Wednesday afternoon about something she really doesn't know too much about.

School time

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:25 AM CDT

Honors -- The following students qualified as finalists in Bank of America's 60th annual Achievement Awards program and competed in Redding Wednesday: Kate Knutsen, Durham High School; Kadie Blenn, Gridley High School; Michele Griffith, Los Molinos

Slow going for a better future

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:25 AM CDT

A project designed to make an off-ramp smoother made Highway 99 traffic a lot rougher for most of Thursday.

Symbiotic scene

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:24 AM CDT

Butterflies hover over flowers near Pine Creek Tuesday. (Bill Husa/Staff Photo)

The Nosebleed Section: Multi-sport jocks deserve some praise

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 02:07 AM CDT

The Prep Athletes of the Week representing the past seven days are a special pair. I've met roughly 40 young men and women during this prep season for the weekly mini-features and have been amazed on so many occasions.

Theater briefs

Posted: 16 Apr 2008 04:47 PM CDT

'Music Man' comes to town OROVILLE — Meredith Willson's "The Music Man" is being presented by the State Theater Arts Guild and Birdcage Theatre for this year's spring musical, opening Friday at the State Theatre.

Theater review: Blue Room's 'Flaming Guns' not for sissies

Posted: 16 Apr 2008 04:47 PM CDT

CHICO — Mix-up a cast of characters including a female ex-rodeo star, a handsome young rodeo rider, a tattooed and pierced young woman and what have you got?

Tiny South Shasta railroad to run again

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:23 AM CDT

GERBER -- At the age of 95, Godfrey Humann may be slowing down a little but his miniature replica of the South Shasta Lines Railroad isn't.

Wild and scenic films to show in Paradise

Posted: 17 Apr 2008 12:22 AM CDT

PARADISE -- The Second Annual Patagonia Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival On Tour will be held Saturday, featuring award-winning environmental and adventure films combined with the energy of local activism.

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