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Sunday, June 08, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

All About Us: At 11, old Willy has gained respect

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:28 AM CDT

Within the last few months our black lab, Willy, has come full circle. He is 11-plus years old, and I remember bringing him home when he was just a pup.

An innovative reunion

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:28 AM CDT

Lisa Schut, past teacher and director at Innovative Preschool, points out to her son Cody, 8, former students in pictures during the school's 20th anniversary held June 1 at Wildwood Park in Chico.

And finally they meet — U.S. Marine Bobby Hilton

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:28 AM CDT

SACRAMENTO — Students in Patty Helms' third-grade class at Isabelle Jackson School in Sacramento finally got to meet the U.

Brews from around the state tasted at festival

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:28 AM CDT

CHICO — Tastes of beer from around California were poured for nearly 1,100 people during the 13th annual Microbrew Festival Saturday.

Correction

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:29 AM CDT

In Saturday's Outlaws game story on Page 1C, two errors mistakenly attributed to Todd Gossage were actually committed by Casey Garrison.

Daily Planner: June 8

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:28 AM CDT

Events 7TH ANNUAL COUNTRY FAIRE AND THRESHING BEE: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Patrick Ranch, halfway between Durham and Chico, 10381 Midway.

Daily Planner: June 9

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:28 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.

David Little: Protest vote cast in primary

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:27 AM CDT

I didn't vote Tuesday. That's a difficult admission to make by the guy who wrote the editorial board's opinion, printed Tuesday morning, that urged people to get out and vote.

Decision expected on charter school request

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:28 AM CDT

CHICO -- Whether or not the Forest Ranch community will be able to open its own charter school should be answered Monday, when Chico Unified School District's board of trustees meets.

Editorial: Lessons learned in quiet election

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:27 AM CDT

Though Tuesday's primary election was disregarded by most, it still carries a few lessons for political watchers.

Fkasgbacks from Here and There: Writing a column

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:28 AM CDT

Rarely do I have trouble scrounging material for my Sunday Enterprise-Record column. Today seems to be a pesky exception.

Learning to farm the old-fashioned way

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:29 AM CDT

This weekend the seventh annual Country Faire and Threshing Bee is taking people back to agriculture as it was a hundred years ago.

Letters: Bicyclists need a place to do tricks

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:27 AM CDT

There are hundreds of kids getting out of school who have nowhere in town to ride. There used to be a place with bike jumps behind Chico Nut but the city flattened it.

Letters: Natural remedies can improve health

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:27 AM CDT

Ever get a cold or flu? There is a cheap food you can take never to get another attack. Afraid of heart problems?

Letters: Paradise PD welcomes scrutiny

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:27 AM CDT

We all have read about the highly publicized arrests of individuals that have resulted in negative attention directed at the Paradise Police Department.

Letters: Proposed budget cuts to IHSS damaging

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:27 AM CDT

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's May budget proposal will significantly impact the low-income working parents, seniors and people with disabilities.

Letters: Share credit for Butte Creek salmon

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:27 AM CDT

There have been a number of recent news reports (including an article in the San Francisco Chronicle) regarding the significant returns of salmon to nearby Butte Creek, including suggestions as to why this has occurred.

Letters: U.S. should know not to back down

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:27 AM CDT

A little-known fact is that America was at war with Muslim terrorists for 32 years from 1784 to 1817.

Letters: Union president oversteps his bounds

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:27 AM CDT

A sad day has arrived when Willows Unified Teachers Association President Michael Dennis has to do management's dirty work for them.

Letters: Veteran shouldn't give up

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:27 AM CDT

I want to thank Michael M. Peters for his letter with regard to lack of care for veterans. I praise him for his courage to share his own personal experience as related to the VA.

Orland schools to tear down and build up

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:28 AM CDT

ORLAND -- By Monday morning, things will be falling apart around Orland Unified School District, as work begins on a few big projects.

Paradise man dies in industrial accident

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:28 AM CDT

WILLOWS -- A Paradise man was killed in an oil well accident in Glenn County Friday night. Braden Niles Dent, 22, was working for Ensign United States Drilling on County Road 68 when the accident occurred, said Sgt.

People on the Street for June 8

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:27 AM CDT

Now that the presidential field is set, are you excited about the November election, or are you already tired of it?

Red Bluff's redneck games

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:29 AM CDT

RED BLUFF -- Pappy Wishbone's Redneck Championships, scheduled June 13-15 at the Tehama District Fairgrounds in Red Bluff, have been canceled, according to fairground personnel.

Roadwork roundup

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:28 AM CDT

Here are some current north state road projects. New items are marked with bullets. Interstate 5 SACRAMENTO — Intermittent full closures of parts the freeway from Richards Boulevard to the Capitol City Freeway can be expected into July.

Roger Aylworth: Mechanical death in the family leads to new knowledge

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:27 AM CDT

We suffered a significant death in the family — our washing machine croaked. Right in the middle of a load, with several inches of water and a whole bunch of soggy clothing in the tub, it gave up the mechanical ghost.

Simply Golden: Smooth sailing has ol' St. George smiling ... for now

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 02:10 AM CDT

When the Calgary Vipers and Edmonton Crackers Cats, two organizations that have been more than able to hold their own in the Northern League these past few years, came to crash the Golden Baseball League party this past offseason, the true West

Staying out of prison: Rehab program works

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 12:28 AM CDT

CHICO — When Danny Lavy got out of prison last November, he knew he didn't want to go back. That's when he admitted himself to the George Walker Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center, a free six-month rehabilitation program for men and

Veteran battery bolsters Outlaws' second straight win

Posted: 08 Jun 2008 02:09 AM CDT

CHICO — When Greg Bicknell and Shane Cronin were rookies, cell-phone text messaging was something only George Jetson seemed capable of pulling off.

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