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Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

5:30 p.m.: Humboldt fire update

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 08:04 PM CDT

PARADISE — The Humboldt Fire was 50 percent contained Sunday at 5:30 p.m. The fire has burned 23,162 acres but has not burned any further acreage or homes since yesterday, according to CAL FIRE.

Air attack aggressive, but also frustrating

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

CHICO -- The Humboldt Fire has proven to be a stubborn opponent from the air as well as the ground. Despite an aggressive attack that has used several helicopters and up to eight air tankers, including a converted DC-10 jumbo jet, officials Friday

Blog Log

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

Here are snippets from some of our blogs last week. The blogs, and others, can be seen in their entirety at www.

But This is Chico: We need to manage our inevitable growth

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

With both the city of Chico and Butte County in the process of updating their general plans, it's intriguing to imagine what sort of changes may lie ahead for the area.

Calgary topples Outlaws

Posted: 16 Jun 2008 12:02 AM CDT

The Calgary Vipers hit four home runs including Nelson Castro's grand slam to beat the Chico Outlaws 14-3 on Sunday at Foothill Stadium in Calgary, Alberta.

Chico center to perform same-sex marriages

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

CHICO -- Following a decision to end marriage ceremonies at the Butte County Clerk-Recorder's Office, the Chico Peace and Justice Center will offer the civil service to same-sex marriages.

Chico peace center to perform same-sex marriages

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

CHICO — Following a decision to end marriage ceremonies at the Butte County Clerk-Recorder's Office, the Chico Peace and Justice Center will offer the civil service to same-sex marriages.

City Council deals with General Plan, increasing density, air quality

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

CHICO -- A mixed bag of business will be conducted by the City Council Tuesday, including a report on "Imagine Chico 2030.

Community helps horse fall victim come home

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

MAGALIA -- Friends, family and community members are helping to remodel a Magalia home so its hospitalized resident can come home.

Crews search for missing in Japan's quake

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:39 PM CDT

KURIHARA, Japan -- Rescue teams using shovels and buckets tried Sunday to dig their way to seven people believed trapped in a landslide at a hot springs resort after a deadly earthquake pounded the mountains of northern Japan, killing at least six

Daily Planner: June 16

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

Performances BLUE ROOM THEATRE: 7:30 p.m. Bloomsday literary festival at 139 W. First St. Tickets $13.

Daily Planner: June 17

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

Events CHICO TECHNOLOGY PETTING ZOO: 4 -6 p.m., Chico Library, 1108 Sherman Ave. Demonstrations of how to use new technology including how to: make digital recordings, take videos with a flip video camera, read a Kindle book device and test-drive

Fire crews gaining upper hand on Humboldt Fire; house toll at 74

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:41 PM CDT

CHICO -- Firefighters were successful Sunday in overcoming the spread of the Humboldt Fire, which has burned an estimated 23,162 acres and destroyed scores of homes since noon Wednesday.

Herger views fire's "intensity"

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:41 PM CDT

The blackened remains of hillsides south of Chico and homes near fire-ravaged Paradise were visited Sunday by Rep.

Letter: Bush's private army exposed

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

"Blackwater," written by scholar Jeremy Schakill, is a shocking and alarming expose of the world's largest and most powerful mercenary private army, headquartered in North Carolina.

Letter: Keep an eye on Iraq expenses

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

In Baghdad, status-of-forces agreement negotiations are heating up between the Bush and al-Maliki governments.

Letter: Not the kind of change we need

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

I recently heard Barack Obama give a commencement speech at Wesleyan University where he advised the students there not to go out with their degree and try to get the bigger house or lots of fancy suits that the "money culture" in this country tells

News of Our Past

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

Here are some newspaper stories published this week in years past: 25 years ago 'Air tower survives — for now' Municipal Airport's control tower has been given a reprieve from permanent closure .

Nuts win first title in Father's Day Classic

Posted: 16 Jun 2008 12:02 AM CDT

CHICO — It took 10 tries, but the Chico Nuts can finally call themselves champions of their own American Legion Father's Day Classic.

Paradise loses power Sunday afternoon

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 07:21 PM CDT

PARADISE — About 18,000 customers in Paradise are without power with no current estimation for recovery.

Police fatally shoot Turlock man who beat toddler to death

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

TURLOCK -- A Turlock man was fatally shot by police as he kicked, punched and stomped a young toddler to death in front of horrified motorists who tried to stop the attack on a dark country road, authorities said.

Prevention and preparedness best defense for fire

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:41 PM CDT

OROVILLE -- Prevention and preparedness turns out to be the best defense against fire, and creating a defensible space around your home heads the list.

Shelters to move remaining evacuated animals after 5 p.m.

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 11:40 PM CDT

CHICO — The remaining 80 small animals sheltered from the Humboldt Fire will be transferred to Oroville if not picked up by 5 p.

Whiskey Fire still burning

Posted: 16 Jun 2008 02:09 AM CDT

PASKENTA -- A wildfire burning in dry brush in Mendocino National Forest five miles northwest of this Tehama County town continued spreading Saturday night.

Whiskey Fire still burning in Mendocino National Forest

Posted: 15 Jun 2008 06:39 PM CDT

PASKENTA -- A wildfire burning in dry brush in Mendocino National Forest five miles northwest of this Tehama County town continued spreading Saturday night.

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