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Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Blog Log

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:53 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: Chico's future looking better all the time

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:54 PM CDT

I wish I'd been in Chico 15 years ago, the last time its General Plan was being updated. It would have been my first encounter with ideas — higher densities, mixed uses, pedestrian scale — that were beginning to challenge the prevailing

Capay Road to be closed temporarily

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:53 PM CDT

ORLAND — People driving in the Glenn County area of Capay will have to avoid a section of road beginning today and ending Wednesday.

Daily Planner: September 1

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:54 PM CDT

Clubs DUPLICATE BRIDGE: 12:30 p.m. Two sessions; non-life masters, open to all. Native Daughters of the Golden West hall, 965 Salem St.

Daily Planner: September 2

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:54 PM CDT

Community JUDGMENT WORKSHOP: How to do your own divorce; family support issues. Service of Butte County Superior Court.

Editorial: Orland, L.A. ... what's the difference?

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 06:12 AM CDT

On the front page of this newspaper is a story about Senate Bill 375. It's a measure pending in the state Capitol, and by the time you read this, it might have reached the governor's desk.

Editorial: Unleash the letters

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:54 PM CDT

We've kept letters about the Nov. 4 election under wraps for the most part, but the dam is about to burst.

Fire chars 120 acres near Corning

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:53 PM CDT

CORNING — A fire that began near the Liberal Avenue overcrossing of Interstate 5 devoured 120 acres of grass before it was contained just before 2 p.

Laboring longer a growing trend for Americans

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:54 PM CDT

CHICAGO -- Americans are changing the game plan for retirement, with millions laboring right past the traditional retirement age and working into their late 60s and beyond.

Letter: History shows present is not so bad

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:54 PM CDT

Sherri Quammen's Monday letter is long on dogma but lacks historical perspective. I for one welcome less pollution and alternative energy, which is why I put solar on my home and a local school, and drive an electric car daily.

Letter: Learn from Germany's mistakes

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:54 PM CDT

George W. Bush and Dick Cheney falsified intelligence on Iraq. Wow! Bush and Cheney misled the American people concerning Iraq possessing weapons of mass destruction.

Letter: Sowell misleads public

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:54 PM CDT

What is it with Thomas Sowell in his recent column, "Russia knows we're all bark and no bite"? You'd surmise someone attached to a highly acclaimed university would use a bit more ethical approach in his assessment of the Russia/Georgia situation.

Letter: Strangers take risk for a dog

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:54 PM CDT

On Aug. 24 we lost our Boston terrier, which is named LittleOne. As I live just feet from the Highway 99 ramps and when her dad was leaving for work I had all three of our dogs in the front yard with me.

Local Red Cross vehicle readied

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:53 PM CDT

CHICO -- The Three Rivers Red Cross' Emergency Response Vehicle (ERV) stationed in Chico is ready to respond to Hurricane Gustav.

News of Our Past

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:53 PM CDT

Here are some newspaper stories published this week in years past: 25 years ago 'Out-of-control 'burn' chars 2,700 acres' Six firefighters were injured and more than 2,700 acres of grassland were charred after a controlled burn started by the

Outlaws Notebook: Booster club enhances playing in Chico

Posted: 01 Sep 2008 12:29 AM CDT

CHICO — Fan Appreciation Day, the way the Chico Outlaws as an organization annually pay tribute to local supporters on the last game of the season, was celebrated as planned Sunday at Nettleton Stadium.

Outlaws end season on down note

Posted: 01 Sep 2008 12:29 AM CDT

CHICO — Now that the constant search for more wins as first-year Chico Outlaws manager is over, Jon Macalutas can focus easier on the other type of hunting that his attention craves.

Presidential campaigns vying for veterans' vote

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:54 PM CDT

BILLINGS, Mont. -- Retired paratrooper Vernon Kinn liked what he heard when Sen. Barack Obama came to Montana recently with a promise to build more health centers for veterans.

Profs treasure Chico State reading group

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:53 PM CDT

CHICO -- Loneliness often strikes new students at Chico State University, and the malady can attack new professors, too.

Rescuers rush aid to quake victims

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:54 PM CDT

BEIJING -- Chinese rescue teams carrying tents, quilts and sacks of rice rushed to reach survivors of an earthquake that killed at least 32 people, turned tens of thousands of homes into rubble and cracked reservoirs.

River float mostly safe, sane

Posted: 31 Aug 2008 11:53 PM CDT

About 10,000 tubers floated down the Sacramento River on Sunday, but despite the high numbers, no serious incidents were reported.

The Gulf Coast waits: Will it be another Katrina?

Posted: 01 Sep 2008 12:39 AM CDT

NEW ORLEANS -- With a historic evacuation of nearly 2 million people from the Louisiana coast complete, gun-toting police and National Guardsmen stood watch as rain started to fall on this city's empty streets Sunday night — and even

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