Friday, June 06, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

All-section selections mostly from north

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:37 AM CDT

This year's All-Northern Section baseball and softball teams have a very northern feel to them. Schools within the Enterprise-Record's 14-school coverage area were represented sparingly compared to those in other areas, though Pleasant Valley High

Art without muse draws skepticism

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:37 AM CDT

CHICO — Presented with a concept, yet no actual design for a $180,000 art project for a neighborhood park, city councilors are asking for more control of the process.

Autopsy in Tafolla murder trial shows victim was stabbed 13 times

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:36 AM CDT

OROVILLE -- As the victim's family and friends wept in the courtroom, a Butte County jury Thursday heard and saw graphic autopsy evidence surrounding the brutal stabbing of a young woman.

BCOE closes 2 alternative school options

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:37 AM CDT

CHICO — Two alternative-education schools run by the Butte County Office of Education will close their doors for good when students leave for the summer.

Butte County's most wante

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:36 AM CDT

Here are several people being sought by Butte County law enforcement agencies: Maria Cisneros The Butte County Sheriff's Office is seeking Maria Cisneros for a felony warrant charging her with failing to appear, grand theft and grand theft by

Chico High graduation: mission accomplishment

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 04:47 AM CDT

Parents and relatives may have nagged and cautioned their youngsters through school, but Thursday, all the words of wisdom to Chico High graduates were positive pearls.


Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:36 AM CDT

An article Tuesday incorrectly stated that a vehicle involved in a crash on Highway 99 May 2 overturned.

Creek alliance gets $10,000 grant

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:36 AM CDT

CHICO -- A youth stream-monitoring program has received a $10,000 grant from Pacific Forest and Watershed Lands Stewardship Council.

Daily Planner for June 6

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:34 AM CDT

Today Events ORLAND CENTER FOR THE ARTS AND GALLERY: 3-7 p.m. 1016 South St. Artist's reception 5-7 p.

Diabetes group to meet Saturday in Bidwell Park

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:36 AM CDT

CHICO -- The Type 1 Diabetes Chico Support Group will meet 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at One-Mile Recreation Area in Bidwell Park.

Durham High School graduates say farewell

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 04:40 AM CDT

DURHAM -- This tight-knit community celebrated Durham High School's class of 2008 graduation Thursday evening as the sun set over the campus and its legendary oak tree.

Editorial: Young students pitch in to help

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:34 AM CDT

Imaginative minds and great spirits have come together to help budget-battered high school sports programs in Chico.

Gates ousts two Air Force leaders

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:34 AM CDT

WASHINGTON (AP) — Defense Secretary Robert Gates ousted the Air Force's top military and civilian leaders Thursday, holding them to account in a historic Pentagon shake-up after embarrassing nuclear mix-ups.

Letter: GI bill tarted up with spending

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:34 AM CDT

A recent letter to the editor suggested I oppose legislation to provide expanded educational benefits to U.

Letter: Help keep an eye on school gardens

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:34 AM CDT

A dedicated group of community volunteers and school employees teamed up to establish a school garden at McManus Elementary this past February.

Letter: Help remove 1,900 cars from Chico

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:34 AM CDT

Imagine on your way to work or dropping kids off at school, that there were 1,900 fewer cars on our city's streets.

Letter: Recorded call leaves bad aftertaste

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:34 AM CDT

At 6:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 31, we were rudely awakened by a phone call where the caller started leaving a recorded message on our answering machine about the Forest Ranch community wanting to thank people.

Only three survivors left on Venture Island - Chico

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:36 AM CDT

CHICO -- Three of eight entrepreneurs got the go-ahead. Five said their goodbyes. It was the second-to-the-last night of Venture Island - Chico, a locally created process to encourage and train local entrepreneurs, with a twist: Survivorship.

Orland High School graduating class celebrates connections

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 04:49 AM CDT

ORLAND -- Graduation at Orland High School Thursday night illustrated connections — in the way it connected a field full of diverse people, and in the way it connected the past and the future.

Outlaws' Loop emerging as new staff ace

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:36 AM CDT

Whenever Derrick Loop's time with the Outlaws is up, the ability to handle pressure will be in his pedigree.

P V graduation: Thor's day thunderous for Vikings

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 04:46 AM CDT

It was difficult to decide who was more excited Thursday night, the graduating class of 2008 at Pleasant Valley High School, or the throngs of friends and family gathered to cheer them on.

Police report

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:36 AM CDT

The following property crimes were reported recently to the Chico Police Department: RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES May 29 — 700 block of Nord Avenue.

Ridge garden tour this weekend

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:34 AM CDT

PARADISE -- Six gardens will be featured Saturday and Sunday during the Paradise Garden Club's Garden Tour Experience.

Sidelines: Raider Nation tournament set

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:37 AM CDT

KHSL's third annual Raider Nation Golf Tournament will be held June 23 at Sevillano Links as a benefit for Valley Oak Children's Services.

Sow There: Hangin' around with herbs

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:34 AM CDT

Many of us who are gardeners have browsed through those frou-frou garden books and magazines and viewed photos of herb harvesting.

State approves ridge water project

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:36 AM CDT

PARADISE -- After a decade of planning, Del Oro Water Co.'s efforts to enhance water supplies on the ridge has been given a green light.

Steve Carson's 'Outdoors' column: California's 'License Free Fishing Day' is Saturday

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:37 AM CDT

Saturday is the first of California's two "License Free Fishing Days," when the Department of Fish and Game will waive the license requirement for citizens age 16 and older.

Watch your belongings in upper park

Posted: 06 Jun 2008 02:36 AM CDT

CHICO -- As summer weather increases the number of visitors to Bidwell Park, police expect the number of car burglaries to increase as well.


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