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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

1:19 p.m.: Stocks tumble amid new Wall Street landscape

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 03:27 PM CDT

NEW YORK (AP) — A stunning makeover of the Wall Street landscape sent stocks falling precipitously today, with the Dow Jones industrials sliding 500 points in their worst point drop since the September 2001 terrorist attacks.

Apartment fire damage set at $400,000

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:40 PM CDT

CHICO — Structural damage has been estimated at $400,000 from a blaze that tore through a building at Cedar Village Apartments, 820 W.

Campus Clips

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:40 PM CDT

Here are some brief happenings at Chico State University and Butte College: Butte Career and Transfer Day Current and prospective students can gather information during Career and Transfer Day at Butte College, 9 a.

Chico State Physical Science building evacuated

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 02:02 PM CDT

CHICO — A science experiment that went awry caused the Physical Science building at Chico State University to be evacuated this morning.

Chico State Physical Sciences building evacuated

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:40 PM CDT

CHICO -- A science experiment that went awry caused the Physical Sciences building at Chico State University to be evacuated Monday morning.

Chico man accused of sexual abuse

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:40 PM CDT

CHICO -- A Chico man suspected of meeting an Antioch girl through an online game, then traveling to the Bay Area and sexually abusing her, has been arrested by Chico police.

Chico man charged with sexual abuse of Antioch teen

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 05:05 PM CDT

CHICO — Police arrested a Chico man Thursday on a Contra Costa County warrant alleging sexual abuse of a 15-year-old girl in Antioch.

Correction for Sept. 16

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:40 PM CDT

The date of a meeting to form reading groups for the Book in Common program was misreported in Saturday's article about the kick-off event to be held Thursday in City Plaza, proclaiming "Three Cups of Tea," by Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin,

Daily Planner: September 16

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:38 PM CDT

Events SENSIBLE CYCLERY GRAND OPENING: 3-5 p.m. New cycling shop to sell reconditioned bicycles opening party.

Daily Planner: September 17

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:38 PM CDT

Community BLOOD DRIVE: Donor hours 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesday. BloodSource, 555 Rio Lindo Ave., Chico. 893-5433.

Deer hunters should be aware of pot cultivation dangers

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:40 PM CDT

WILLOWS — Saturday marks the beginning of rifle deer hunting season in the Mendocino National Forest, and the Glenn County Sheriff's Office is warning hunters and others using public lands to be on the alert for marijuana grows.

Ed Anderson's column 'Tee to Green': Chin crowned Paradise Pines women's club champion

Posted: 16 Sep 2008 12:12 AM CDT

Joy Chin shot 286 for the three rounds of the Paradise Pines Women's Golf Club Championship to win the title.

Editorial: Shine a light on city pay raises

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:39 PM CDT

The Chico City Council spent its way to a multimillion-dollar budget problem. Tonight the council can take one small step toward fixing the problem it created.

Financial meltdown pummels market: Dow sees worst plunge since 9/11 504 points

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:40 PM CDT

NEW YORK — Mighty investment banks were laid low. Stocks put in their worst performance in seven years.

Fogging slated for tonight in East Gridley, Tuesday in Chico

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 03:09 PM CDT

CHICO — Fogging to kill adult mosquitoes is planned Tuesday evening in four areas of Chico. The fogging, with the chemical pyrethrin, is planned from 7 to 11 p.

InnerView: Molly McAllister finds Chico's founders 'truly admirable'

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:39 PM CDT

CHICO — Although Molly McAllister didn't intend to stay in Chico after getting her degree, the history of the town and its founders inspired her.

Letter: Judges awaken a sleeping giant

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:39 PM CDT

The reaction and consequences of the California Supreme Court's decision to allow for homosexual marriage could be compared to words attributed to Admiral Yamamoto, the Japanese officer responsible for the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.

Letter: McCain ticket a poor gamble

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:39 PM CDT

There are countless reasons to not vote for the McCain/Palin ticket. Jonathon Alter of Newsweek raises the question, "Shouldn't we wonder if John McCain rushed to judgment and was impulsive in picking Sarah Palin?

Letter: Who saw Flynn driving?

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:39 PM CDT

The pillaring of Chico's council person by the E-R was mean spirited and wrong. It is like a witch hunt.

Local Briefs

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:40 PM CDT

Chico Reads gives books to kids CHICO — Donations are being sought for Chico Reads, a local project that is part of the national Reading is Fundamental program.

Mosquito fogging planned for tonight

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:40 PM CDT

CHICO — Trucks will be out spraying a pesticide to kill adult mosquitoes in some Chico neighborhoods this evening.

On Foot: Humbug Falls hike shows miners' crazy ways

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:39 PM CDT

MALAKOFF DIGGINS STATE HISTORIC PARK — I teetered along a dirt path, working my way down to a waterfall hidden from view on the trail.

Pollak, Pollak lead Chico High field hockey team's win

Posted: 16 Sep 2008 12:12 AM CDT

Ashley Pollak and Madison Pollak each had one goal and one assist as the Chico High field hockey team beat River Valley 3-0 Monday in Yuba City.

Sidelines: Hunting dog competition set

Posted: 16 Sep 2008 12:12 AM CDT

The Northern California Brittany Club will hold a Hunter's Dog competition open to all pointing breeds as part of its fall field trial at Clear Creek Sports Club in Corning.

State lawmakers work late on patchwork budget plan

Posted: 16 Sep 2008 02:09 AM CDT

SACRAMENTO (AP) — State lawmakers on Monday were working toward a compromise that would end California's longest-ever budget stalemate, a proposal that accelerates income tax payments rather than relying on borrowing or new taxes.

Unheeded warning: Resident told local agencies about rope swing before accident

Posted: 15 Sep 2008 11:40 PM CDT

OROVILLE — Carol Edwards says if Oroville police or the Sheriff's Office had heeded her warning about children playing on a rope swing over the Feather River, last week's accident never would have happened.

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