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Friday, October 24, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

3rd District Assembly race offers clear choice

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 02:53 AM CDT

The two contenders for the open 3rd District Assembly seat, Dan Logue and Mickey Harrington, seem to offer voters a clear choice between different philosophies of government.

Auto job losses continue as Chrysler, GM make cuts

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:13 PM CDT

DETROIT -- The employment carnage in the ever-shrinking U.S. auto industry continued Thursday as Chrysler LLC announced it would get rid of 1,825 factory jobs and General Motors Corp.

Bob works on social skills

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:25 AM CDT

Alan Roth of Oroville enjoys a stroll through downtown Oroville with his dog Bob on Thursday. Roth said he was taking Bob out for a little "socializing," admitting with a smile that Bob needs a little work.

Butte County's most wanted

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:25 AM CDT

Here are several people being sought by Butte County law enforcement agencies: Linda Elaine Myers The Butte County Sheriff's Office is seeking Linda Elaine Myers for a felony warrant charging her with diversion of funds.

Chico pollution reduction program gets OK: But many county residents nervous enforcement will spread outward

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:25 AM CDT

CHICO -- A program to stem wintertime pollution in Chico was approved Thursday, but much of the conversation circled around fears the regulations would spread to cover all of Butte County.

Daily Planner

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

Today Performance BIDWELL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: 4:30 p.m. Concert by the North Valley Organists in celebration of the international year of the organ; 208 W.

Drug agents seize firearms, marijuana in two Glenn incidents

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:24 AM CDT

In the earlier incident Oct. 15, detectives with the sheriff's Marijuana Eradication Team did a compliance check in Capay and found medical marijuana recommendations for a man and his son had expired.

Editorial: Brown knows region's issues

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 02:55 AM CDT

Our view: The best person to make decisions for the rural north is the person who has lived here, not a Southern Californian.

Fall reflections

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:24 AM CDT

Canadian geese fly over Teichert Pond Thursday east of Highway 99 with a backdrop of autumn-hued flaming red leaves reflected in the water.

Five vie for three posts on Durham school board

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 02:52 AM CDT

DURHAM — Just three years after a majority of the Durham Unified School District board of trustees were appointed because there weren't enough candidates, five people are running for three slots on the panel.

Gas to be collected from Neal Road Landfill to generate electricity

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:24 AM CDT

OROVILLE — Butte County supervisors hear a lot of promises, but this one was, at the very least, unusual.

Greenspan at the Capitol: a hero no more

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:13 PM CDT

WASHINGTON -- For nearly two decades, Congress treated Alan Greenspan with respect bordering on awe. No more.

Information sought about individual impersonating an officer

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:25 AM CDT

HAMILTON CITY — An individual impersonating a police officer allegedly attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a vehicle on Highway 45 Wednesday evening.

Letter in Jim Nielsen case fuels ongoing residency controversy

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 02:53 AM CDT

RED BLUFF -- Those who say Jim Nielsen should be declared ineligible to run for Assembly in the 2nd District appeared to have their hopes raised this week by a letter from the California Secretary of State's office.

Letter: Almond Bowl wasn't a minute short

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

The Oct. 18 Almond Bowl article included several errors I am compelled to correct. During the second half of the game there were electronic problems with the game clock.

Letter: Do some research into ACORN

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

The political "cartoon" on page 8A of the Oct. 20 newspaper is inappropriate. The letter from Edson Myers is biased and inflammatory.

Letter: Don't let police chief downplay riot

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

As a retired career law enforcement officer, I was very troubled by the chief of police's take on the recent student melee.

Letter: Elect councilors who have some sense

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

Here's a heads up about why you shouldn't re-elect Ann Schwab as a city councilor. The reality of her position is this: In a time when we need leadership that will help balance the city budget and bring new opportunity for Chico's citizens, Schwab

Letter: Fearmongers drive Prop. 8 support

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

It comes as no surprise that a woman who gave birth to seven children would speak out in favor of Proposition 8.

Letter: Nation can't afford Herger's leadership

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

Some recent letters to the editor disagreed over the nature of Congressman Wally Herger's vote for the Wall Street bailout bill, which he supported on both occasions it was brought to the floor.

Letter: Poor Joe dared to ask a question

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

Poor "Joe The Plumber." He had the unmitigated gall to ask a simple question of Barack Obama and now the weight of the Democratic Party slur machine and their "journalist" surrogates (notably the Associated Press) has been brought to bear.

Letter: Preserve marriage as it was intended

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

I would like to address two points "No on Proposition 8" advocates keep bringing up. I believe most same-sex couples to be kind, hardworking, good people, who are a great asset to our community.

Letter: Proposition 4 will hurt young women

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

If anyone thinks they are benefiting females or protecting the "unborn" by voting for Proposition 4, they should read the full text of the proposition and they will find a few surprises.

Letter: Proposition 9 will help crime victims

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

California voters have an opportunity to improve a flawed criminal justice system by supporting Proposition 9.

Letter: Sarsour will serve with compassion

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

In the time that my husband and I have been in Chico since 1993, we have come to know and appreciate Ali Sarsour and are delighted that he is running for a seat on the Chico City Council.

Letter: Sarsour would be breath of fresh air

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

Ali Sarsour is an intelligent and thoughtful person and would make a great addition to the Chico City Council.

Letter: Vote to keep Chico special

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

I don't need to tell you how very special Chico is. Just in case you haven't noticed, I'm going to list for you a few of my favorite things about our hometown: the breathtaking view of the Sierra foothills as you head east on East Avenue, East First

Letter: Wahl is a voice of reason on council

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

This is our chance to get the voice of reason back on the Chico council. We have had too many years of uncontrolled spending.

Letter: Was it an error, or fraud?

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

When I went to vote in the primary election, earlier this year, I discovered that I was no longer carried on the roster to vote, that I had been switched to vote in the Democratic arena.

Letter: When voting, remember judges

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

There will be a president chosen this November, and he will appoint Supreme Court justices during his term, regardless of whether you stay home or go to the polls.

Letter: Yes to Proposition 8, but no to hate

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

Some voices, edged with hostility themselves, suggest hate would be the only reason to vote yes on Proposition 8.

Local Roundup: Butte runners beat Shasta in four-team meet

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 02:10 AM CDT

In a sneak preview of how the Golden Valley Conference championship meet might play out next week, the Butte College men's cross country team edged rival Shasta to win the Butte-Yuba Invitational at Lake Oroville Afterbay on Thursday afternoon.

Local briefs

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:25 AM CDT

Downtown growth options to return to committee CHICO — The question of how downtown should grow will go back to a committee.

Man had close call with former mortgage banker, still on the run

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:25 AM CDT

CHICO — Garrett Gililland's former e-mail address — scarycash@gmail.com — should probably have been a red flag for clients.

Oroville woman arraigned in slaying of mother

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 02:10 AM CDT

OROVILLE -- An Oroville woman arraigned Thursday in the stabbing death of her mother had been "depressed and suicidal" in the days leading up to the homicide, according to acquaintances.

PV defeats Oroville, stays in postseason hunt

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 02:11 AM CDT

CHICO — Pleasant Valley High's only ticket to the Northern Section Division I volleyball playoffs will have to be earned with perfection.

Police report

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:25 AM CDT

The following property crimes were reported recently to the Chico Police Department. Laptop computers were a favorite target of burglars, with 13 taken in seven days: RESIDENTIAL BURGLARIES Oct.

Poor pooch

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:25 AM CDT

Chico firefighter Jim Meier holds Huey, a small dog who somehow got its mouth and throat impaled on the wrought-iron leg of a planter stand on East Third Avenue Thursday afternoon.

Prep Football Previews: Chico hits the road for big matchup with Paradise

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 02:10 AM CDT

Chico High's big win over Pleasant Valley last week secured not only Almond Bowl bragging rights, but a huge advantage in playoff seeding possibilities.

Report shows ups and downs in education trends

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:24 AM CDT

CHICO -- In Butte County and California's Central Valley, some progress has been made in factors influencing education and how prepared young people are for the future, but other areas have become worse, according to a report from the Great Valley

See "monster" roses at meeting

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

The Butte Rose Society will present its monthly program Tuesday at the Chico library, East First and Sherman avenues.

Sidelines: Horan named top CCAA golfer

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 02:10 AM CDT

Chico State senior Kevin Horan has been named the California Collegiate Athletic Association Golfer of the Week for the week of Oct.

Silver metal curlicue

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:25 AM CDT

The metal sculpture at Oakway Park in Chico has been completed. Kristin Bereznak of Chico walks past it on her way to pick up her children at school.

Sow There: Generous plants do volunteer work

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:14 PM CDT

In some ways, I have a live-and-let-live attitude in the garden. I will give special consideration to plants that have won my favor.

Suspect arraigned in slaying of mother

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:24 AM CDT

OROVILLE — An Oroville woman arraigned Thursday in the stabbing death of her mother had been "depressed and suicidal" in the days leading up to the homicide, according to acquaintances.

Two arrested, two at large, in ridge armed pot robbery

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 12:25 AM CDT

PARADISE — A Nunneley Road resident was sprayed with mace early Thursday morning when he tried to stop armed men allegedly stealing plants from his medical marijuana grow.

Two in runoff in Glenn 5th District supervisors' race

Posted: 24 Oct 2008 02:52 AM CDT

Glenn County's 5th District supervisors' race will see a run-off between the top two vote-getters from this spring's primary election.

Veteran's family gets back pay with interest

Posted: 23 Oct 2008 11:13 PM CDT

ORLANDO, Fla. -- It took six decades, but a wrongly convicted World War II veteran's family is finally getting his back pay with interest.

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