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Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

All About Us: Listen up incoming frosh, senior has advice for you

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:42 AM CDT

I can't believe there's just 17 school days until I finally don my extremely flammable, tomato red gown and march off to my impending graduation.

Candidate forum is Monday

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:43 AM CDT

CHICO -- Five candidates — three for Congress and two for Assembly — are to appear at a forum Monday at the Chico City Council Chambers, 421 Main St.

Daily Planner: May 18

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:41 AM CDT

Events 65TH ANNUAL BANGOR BARBECUE: Noon-5 p.m. Bangor Park, 7500 Oro-Bangor Highway. Deep pit beef barbecue, music, children's games, water slide, raffle and crafts.

Daily Planner: May 19

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:41 AM CDT

Community BLOOD DRIVE: Donor hours 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday. BloodSource, 555 Rio Lindo Ave., Chico. Must be in generally good health, weigh 110 pounds or more (under 17 years old must have parental consent.

Durham beats Hamilton for Division III section title

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:43 AM CDT

HAMILTON CITY — The championship celebration dogpiles carry a lot more weight when you're in high school than in Little League.

Editorial: Capitol waltz gets tiresome

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:40 AM CDT

After five years of doing the ridiculous budget dance in Sacramento, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger seems to have it down quite well.

Facing an impossible truth about big brother

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:40 AM CDT

There are things that I know as a matter of inescapable reality actually happened, but just because I know something is true doesn't mean I have to believe it.

Fire damages rendering plant building south of Chico

Posted: 18 May 2008 03:24 AM CDT

A fire broke out in the 6,000-square-foot building at North State Rendering, Highway 99 and Shippee Road, just before 11 p.

Glenn County Fair Schedule

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:43 AM CDT

ORLAND -- The Glenn County Fair wraps up today. Admission is $7 for those age 13 and up; $3 for children age 6 through 12; free for children age 5 and under, or age 70 or older.

Glenn County Fair's livestock pays off

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:42 AM CDT

ORLAND — A livestock auction at the Glenn County Fair Saturday was expected to earn more profit than last year despite a drop in overall attendance numbers at the fairgrounds.

Kaeding hits Hirst, wins Bradway Memorial

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:43 AM CDT

CHICO — Campbell driver Tim Kaeding was sorry Saturday night after he took the checkered flag at the 18th annual Dave Bradway Jr.

Letter: Bike week opens many eyes

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:40 AM CDT

It was so encouraging to see a lot of new people on bikes last week. The downtown area was full of happier people.

Letter: Connelly a tireless worker as a supervisor

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:40 AM CDT

I am very pleased to live in Oroville. When I think about living anywhere else I always remember how much I love this place called Oroville.

Letter: Don't be a gutter flooder

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:40 AM CDT

It's only May — May of the driest spring on record — and water is already flowing like a creek down the gutters of my neighborhood.

Letter: Editorial misses the bigger picture

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:40 AM CDT

Concerning the Wednesday editorial, "Anglers pay for ocean problems," indeed we do, but much like the salmon decline itself, the causes, impacts and solutions involve a much bigger picture.

Letter: Fighting poverty could get expensive

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:40 AM CDT

Have you heard of Senate Bill 2433? This bill is co-sponsored by Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Dianne Feinstein.

Letter: Praise shouldn't go to your heads

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:40 AM CDT

I hope your collective editorial heads aren't too swollen, after receiving congratulations and accolades from the mystifying Jorge Smirnoff.

Letter: Victims overly reliant on government

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:39 AM CDT

It has been mentioned, most recently in a letter from Silona Reyman on Monday, that the Rev. John Hagee blamed Katrina's victims for their suffering.

Life, remembered

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:42 AM CDT

WILLOWS — No one uttered a word about homicide during Steven Furtado's memorial Saturday, but the emotion and loss of composure from those eulogizing him conveyed the frustration of a life cut short.

Local Roundup: West Valley shuts out LP for softball title

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:43 AM CDT

The top-seeded West Valley High softball team shut out No. 4 seed Las Plumas 6-0 Saturday in the Northern Section Division III championship game in Cottonwood.

Local briefs

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:43 AM CDT

Orland adults resist kids begging for booze outside liquor stores ORLAND -- Local adults resisted attempts by minors who stood outside liquor stores this week asking them to purchase liquor on their behalf.

Motorcycle event to help ailing shop owners

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:42 AM CDT

ORLAND — A couple who have operated Glenn County's only motorcycle/ATV shop for 36 years are facing bankruptcy and the closure of the business after life-threatening illness struck them both.

Nuts have experience to compete

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:43 AM CDT

CHICO —As bothersome as the failure to win the District 4 championship last year was for the Chico Nuts American Legion baseball team, coach Tom Stevens has a feeling the campaign was a success in the making.

Oroville Post 95 team looks south for talented players

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:43 AM CDT

Maybe they can call it Yuba City Post 95 of Oroville. The roster of the Oroville Post 95 American Legion baseball team is set for this season and it won't be featuring many prominent local names.

Roadwork roundup

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:43 AM CDT

Here are some current north state road projects. New items are marked with bullets. Chico EAST FIRST AVENUE — At Highway 99, major traffic backups and delays can be expected this week as the project to widen the northbound offramp continues.

Soroptimists give nod to positive parents

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:42 AM CDT

Three women who have made strides in their lives as well as overcome tough obstacles to be better parents were recognized Wednesday when they received Positive Parenting awards from Soroptimists International of Chico.

State's gamble a bad bet

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:40 AM CDT

Back when I was a teenager and knew nothing about politics, I still remember being deeply upset that I couldn't vote in the 1980 presidential election.

Super secret: Superdelegate won't tell who his vote is for

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:42 AM CDT

CHICO — Bob Mulholland, the only California Democratic "super delegate" from north of Sacramento, is in no hurry to back a candidate.

The Bookshelf: "Timothy And The Strong Pajamas"

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:41 AM CDT

Timothy Smallbeast's favorite pair of pajamas are falling apart. When Timothy's Mom sews them up "good and strong," Timothy finds himself gifted with those same qualities.

Thousands flee China quake area over flood fears

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:39 AM CDT

DONGHEKOU, China — Two rivers blocked by landslides threatened to flood towns shattered by China's massive earthquake, sending thousands of survivors fleeing Saturday in a region still staggering from the country's worst disaster in 30 years.

Thrills, high and low

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:42 AM CDT

Alex Edison, 10, takes control in the cockpit of a 1974 Antonov AN-2 plane during the third anniversary celebration at the Chico Air Museum, Saturday.

Wildcats rally to reach title game

Posted: 18 May 2008 02:43 AM CDT

CHICO — After 15 innings of missing out on the clutch hit, Bret Ringer finally gave the Wildcats the one they needed.

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