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Friday, September 12, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Burglarized shop owner posts video of crime

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

OROVILLE — Hoping to catch a man who robbed his store, Oroville business owner Dane Nelson turned to You Tube to try to get justice.

Butte County's most wanted

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

Here are several people being sought by Butte County law enforcement agencies: Brandon James Mason The Butte County Sheriff's Office is seeking Brandon James Mason for felony warrants charging him with failing to appear, cultivation of marijuana and

Butte goes into Delta tourney

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 12:41 AM CDT

Rally scoring's minimum per game in college women's volleyball was reduced from 30 points to 25 in the offseason, the general presumption being that the sport's governors are hoping to make matches quicker and more viewer-friendly to attract fans.

Chester homicide suspect will be 'held to answer' in trial, judge says

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

QUINCY — A Plumas County judge on Thursday ordered Reyes Carrillo-Garcia, 19, to be "held to answer" in the double slaying of Willows teen Steven Daniel Furtado and Chester teen Jennifer Carmen Carrigan.

Chester man facing trial for double homicide

Posted: 11 Sep 2008 06:55 PM CDT

QUINCY — A Plumas County judge at a preliminary hearing today ordered Reyes Carrillo-Garcia, 19, to be "held to answer" in the deaths of Willows teen Steven Daniel Furtado and Jennifer Carmen Carrigan of Chester.

Daily Planner: September 12

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

Events HUMANITIES CENTER GALLERY, CHICO STATE: 5-7 p.m. Trinity 100. Art reception for "Apropos Appropriation" by Marion Bronson, Elizabeth Newman Kuiper, Darice McGuire, David Sutherland, Richard Whitehead; photos by Peter Hogue and "Small

Editorial: Denial will not solve water woes

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

In many ways, the way the Legislature is dealing with the current drought is much the same way it's dealing with the budget.

First West Nile case in Chico

Posted: 11 Sep 2008 06:40 PM CDT

OROVILLE — Two more human cases of West Nile virus have been confirmed, including one in Chico, according to the Butte County Public Health Department.

Forest roads repaired to benefit fish

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

Members of the Butte County Resource Conservation District found themselves cozying up to bulldozers this week with a project that involved them in improving road conditions in the upper Butte Creek Watershed.

Free plant clinics address winter gardening issues

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

Butte County Master Gardeners are offering free plant clinics to help with winter gardens. The next one will be held from 10 a.

Garden club presents Fall Fantasy Luncheon

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

CORNING -- The Fall Fantasy Luncheon at Rolling Hills Casino south of Corning will be presented by Red Bluff Garden Club on Oct.

Letter: Cheney in drag

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

What is the difference between Sarah Palin and Dick Cheney? Lipstick. — Christine Connerly, Forest Ranch

Letter: Don't let politicians force this on us

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

Just what is going on today? The people voted overwhelmingly against two men acting like a man and woman.

Letter: E-R biased toward liberal left

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

I was disappointed, but not surprised, at the vastly different manner in which the E-R treated the last two nights of the Democrat and Republican national conventions.

Letter: Give women more credit

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

The shameless pandering of women during this election insults their intelligence. Hillary Clinton, John McCain and Sarah Palin all treat women as if they're idiots who would vote for any ticket with another woman on it.

Letter: Keep an eye on the future

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

A legacy to be proud of: The presidency of John McCain will promise ... A cut in taxes. A huge increase in national debt.

Letter: Liberal politics hurt city businesses

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

Shocking but not surprising was the decision of the Chico Planning Commission to kill the rezone request of Chico Volkswagen.

Letter: McCain makes lousy decision

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

Apparently, John McCain himself chose Sarah Palin as his potential vice president, upsetting campaign protocol.

Letter: Palin shatters glass ceiling

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

Hillary Clinton said she "put those 18 million cracks in the glass ceiling." Strident Democrats, feminists, and most disingenuous of all the media claimed they were all proud of her.

Letter: Pregnancy is an issue

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

With reference to your Sept. 4 editorial ("Can we get back to the issues?"): There were no issues discussed at that convention; it was a mudbath.

Letter: Students grateful for trip to library

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

Students in my class and Mrs. Ross' class at Little Chico Creek School wrote the following: "We would like to thank the Chico Friends of the Library for helping our class visit the Butte County Library.

Letter: There might be a reason to vote

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

I have been apolitical my whole life. That said, I respectfully watched both the Democratic National Convention and the Republican National Convention presidential nomination acceptance speeches.

Local Roundup: Oroville tennis tops Paradise

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 12:41 AM CDT

The Oroville High girls tennis team beat Paradise 8-1 Thursday in Oroville. The Tigers improved their Eastern Athletic League record to 2-2 with singles wins from Stephanie Smith, Jordan Perez, Mary Rose Thornton, Keerith Singh and Nadia Samuiloua.

Local briefs

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

Recovery from substance abuse to be celebrated in Chico CHICO — A celebration for families in recovery from substance abuse will be held Saturday in Bidwell Park.

Meeting to discuss focus of study of Sacramento Valley aquifer

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

ORLAND — A public scoping meeting about an investigation of the deep aquifers in the Sacramento Valley will be held at 6 p.

Motorcyclist eluding officer at high speed dies in crash

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

ARTOIS — A man who sped away from California Highway Patrol officers at speeds up to 150 mph on Interstate 5 Wednesday night, died when he crashed his motorcycle near Artois.

Nation marks 7th anniversary of terror attacks

Posted: 11 Sep 2008 03:15 PM CDT

NEW YORK (AP) — The nation paused this morning to mark the seventh anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with heartfelt remembrances at the World Trade Center site, the dedication of a memorial at the Pentagon and a planned visit to

Palin seeks to defend qualifications in first interview

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

FORT WAINWRIGHT, Alaska (AP) — John McCain running mate Sarah Palin sought Thursday to defend her qualifications but struggled with foreign policy, unable to describe President Bush's doctrine of pre-emptive strikes against threatening nations

Police report

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

The following property crimes were reported recently to the Chico Police Department: RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES Sept.

Prep Football Previews: Lowell of SF makes way to Paradise

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 12:41 AM CDT

The big city is coming to the ridge tonight as Lowell High of San Francisco will be present for Paradise's home opener at Wraith Field.

Remembering to never forget: Seven years after Sept. 11, Chico pays tribute to the victims, heroes and America

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

CHICO — Victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks were remembered Thursday in the city's seventh annual tribute.

Rose show slated this month

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

The Butte Rose Society will host its 14th annual Rose Show themed "Ramblin Rose" Sept. 20 at the Newman Center, West 3rd and Cherry streets in Chico.

Sidelines: Golf tournament set for Oroville

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 12:41 AM CDT

The Alpha Beta Chapter of the Omega Nu sorority will hold its fifth annual Table Mountain Classic, previously known as Swing Into Spring and now Drive Into Fall.

Sow There: Unbelievably brutal battles waged in yards

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

Many times I use my garden as a way to breathe more deeply. I keep an eye on the slow but steady changes of the plants as they go through their life cycle.

Steve Carson's 'Outdoors' column: Klamath River still gives anglers a shot at salmon

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 12:41 AM CDT

One of the few opportunities for salmon anglers in California right now is the Klamath River, where good to excellent results have been found.

Substitute teacher arrested in sex sting

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

SANTA CRUZ — A substitute teacher from Paradise has been arrested on suspicion of sex crimes against minors.

Succulents and cacti to be discussed

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

At the monthly meeting of the Chico Horticultural Society, Claude Geffrays, owner of Geffrays Cactus Gardens in Chico, will talk about how to include cactus and succulents in our gardens and containers.

Two more West Nile reported cases in Butte County

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 02:05 AM CDT

OROVILLE — A young woman from Chico and an elderly man from Oroville are the latest Butte County residents to contract West Nile virus.

Vikings edge rival Panthers in EAL match

Posted: 12 Sep 2008 12:41 AM CDT

CHICO — As far as moral victories go, Chico High's girls tennis team earned one Thursday just by playing doubles.

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