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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Board postpones action on cat/dog ordinance

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

OROVILLE -- It's tempting to say the Butte County Board of Supervisors was barking up the wrong tree Tuesday when it expected to pass a new animal control ordinance without debate.

Community Roundup: Schlund, Smith earn outstanding karate awards at AAU regionals

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:12 AM CDT

Haley's Martial Arts students Sarah Schlund and Keaton Smith were named outstanding female and male competitor, respectively, at the AAU Regional Karate Championships in Grants Pass, Ore.

Corrections for May 21

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:16 AM CDT

A story appearing Monday incorrectly stated that North State Rendering would be closed for two months following a fire.

Council OKs across-the-board cuts

Posted: 21 May 2008 02:06 AM CDT

CHICO -- Cuts of 7.5 percent to every city department — including the Police and Fire departments — gained Chico City Council approval Tuesday night.

Council delays vote on Thermalito subdivision

Posted: 21 May 2008 02:06 AM CDT

OROVILLE — The Oroville City Council postponed a decision on an appeal of the Nelson 56 Subdivision in Thermalito, after neighbors and the park district questioned the adequacy of the environmental impact report.

Daily Planner: May 21

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

Performance LAXSON AUDITORIUM, Chico: 7:30 p.m. "Seussical Jr." Presented by Chico Performances and the Blue Room Young Company.

Early traffic: Problem remains on East 1st Avenue

Posted: 20 May 2008 09:40 AM CDT

While no wrecks have been reported as of 7:30 a.m. today, motorists will still run into problems on East First Avenue in Chico.

Editorial: Contentious race leaves bad taste

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

Butte County voters got their first good dose of the Assembly campaign to replace Rick Keene — and it was hard not to feel a little slimed.

Fair is in the air: It starts today

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

CHICO — The Silver Dollar Fairgrounds were bustling Tuesday with preparations for today's fair opening.

Free tour offered of Cohasset fire safe projects

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:16 AM CDT

COHASSET — Escorted tours of a shaded fuel break, a fire safe demonstration site and forest stewardship projects on private land will be offered Thursday in the Cohasset area by the Butte County Fire Safe Council.

Glenn supervisors approve search for energy-saving programs

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:16 AM CDT

WILLOWS — An energy audit proposed to the Glenn County Board of Supervisors two weeks ago was approved Tuesday, despite objections raised by some supervisors over the current state of the economy and the lack of open bidding.

Glenn's most wanted for May 21

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:16 AM CDT

Here are several people being sought by Glenn County law enforcement agencies: Anthony Jerome Cox The Glenn County Sheriff's Office is seeking Anthony Jerome Cox for felony possession of a controlled substance, evading a peace officer with disregard

Graduation parking limited at university

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:29 AM CDT

CHICO — Parking is sure to peak this weekend around Chico State University as commencement ceremonies take place.

Letter: 'A Little Night Music' unforgettable

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

Like the lunar eclipse, a rare but expected event graced the local stage recently: Stephen Sondheim's "A Little Night Music.

Letter: Bush ruins Clinton's successful work

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

The letters "Read up on the Clintons" really amazes me, especially with the state of our country during the Bush administration.

Letter: Community support appreciated

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

On behalf of the board of directors and staff of Independent Living Services of Northern California, I'm writing to express our deep gratitude to the community for supporting our annual fundraiser, "PiratePALOOZA: a Feast for the Fearless.

Letter: Human origin should be obvious

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

Any mention of teaching creationism in schools brings scornful comments from the secular world. Man has superior intelligence, reasoning power and the capacity for abstract thought.

Letter: Protect private property rights

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:16 AM CDT

Private property rights have been the cornerstone of the American way of life since our nation was founded.

Letter: School bond comes with accountability

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

I am happy to report that the Oroville Union High School District has been good stewards with the bond money approved for renovation and expansion at the two campuses.

Letter: Shriners send thanks

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:16 AM CDT

On behalf of the Chico Shriners Helping Children and the children who will be helped by our 37th annual Hamburger and Bean Feed, we thank you for promoting and supporting this event.

Letter: Some folks bothered by facts

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

Just seeing my name at the bottom of a letter is enough fodder to send Don Fultz on some satirical diatribe.

Letter: There must be another explanation

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

One tactic the "corporatocracy" uses when it seeks to "take over" another country is to lend them huge sums of money (billions), knowing full well that they will be unable to pay it back.

Letter: Will of the people cannot be usurped

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

Irrespective of your religious views or those on human rights, the issue boils down to judicial activism.

Letter: With power comes responsibility

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

I thank the E-R for the public voice they provide via their letters to the editor. Our democracy needs informed people and the media is a source of information for people.

Meals on Wheels keeps rolling amid high gas prices

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:15 AM CDT

Meals on Wheels programs exist throughout the United States, and many are in trouble. The growing need for services is running up against rising food costs and skyrocketing gas prices.

Murder sentencing postponed; victim's family tells of their loss

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:29 AM CDT

OROVILLE — A judge Tuesday heard emotional statements by the family of a Chico murder victim, but was forced to postpone sentencing in the case.

Obama wins Oregon, moves to brink of nomination

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:29 AM CDT

"You have put us within reach of the Democratic nomination," he told cheering supporters in Iowa, the overwhelmingly white state that launched him, a black, first-term senator from Illinois, on his improbable path to victory last January.

Sidelines: Three BC players make All-GVC

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:12 AM CDT

Catcher Roy Garcia and pitchers Mike Gleason and Dustin Fulks were the Butte College baseball team's honorees on the All-Golden Valley Conference first team.

Silver Dollar Fair events kick off this evening

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:16 AM CDT

CHICO — The Silver Dollar Fair opens its six-day run today at the fairgrounds in south Chico. Admission is $7 for those ages 13-64, $5 for those 65 and older, $3 for those 6-12, and free for those 6 and younger.

Smoky, but planned

Posted: 21 May 2008 02:12 AM CDT

A large plume of smoke rose over north Chico Tuesday as the Chico Fire Department burned about 20 acres of grass and brush on the south side of the airport runway.

Superior Court judge blocks Oroville man's release from hospital

Posted: 21 May 2008 12:29 AM CDT

OROVILLE — An Oroville man's bid for release from a state mental hospital was denied Monday by Judge Sandra McLean, who committed him to an indeterminate sentence.

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