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Saturday, November 22, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Braves stave off Rio Vista

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 02:18 AM CST

HAMILTON CITY — Normally stoic and understated on the sideline, Hamilton High football coach Mark Cooley took some time to share a piece of his mind — with about 500 people.

Bug-sized spies: U.S. develops tiny flying robots

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

DAYTON, Ohio -- If only we could be a fly on the wall when our enemies are plotting to attack us. Better yet, what if that fly could record voices, transmit video and even fire tiny weapons?

CARD to install disc golf targets at DeGarmo, Community parks

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:28 AM CST

CHICO — Recreation officials want to put several disc golf targets suitable for practice in two large area parks, but will need community help to carry out the plan.

California medical spending on inmates surges

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

SAN FRANCISCO -- California's spending on inmate medical and mental health care has surged 554 percent since 1995, dwarfing the increase in inmates during that same period, a state defense witness testified Friday during a prison crowding trial.

Chico woman celebrates 106 years

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

CHICO Leone Billings will celebrate her 106th birthday Sunday. Friends are celebrating with her today, and tomorrow.

Correction for Nov. 22

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:28 AM CST

The story in Friday's edition on page 4A about the double-homicide case heard Nov. 14 in Quincy incorrectly named Judge Ira Kaufman as presiding at the hearing.

Crash victim found trapped hours after wreck

Posted: 21 Nov 2008 09:10 AM CST

A pickup driver, whose vehicle overturned into a water filled ditch, may have been trapped for hours before being discovered just before 7 a.

Daily Planner: November 22

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

Events FARMERS MARKET: 7:30 a.m.-1 p.m., rain or shine year-round. East Second and Wall streets, Chico.

Daily Planner: November 23

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

Events CHICO INDOOR FLEA MARKET: 8 a.m.-4 p.m., Silver Dollar Fairgrounds, 2357 Fair St. Donations of recyclable cans and plastic bottles accepted Saturdays and Sundays, through November.

Editorial: Hits and Misses - Our take on the week in news

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

HIT — It's only wise that disc golf supporters pursue a referendum on the council's narrow-minded decision Tuesday.

From the Pulpit

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:28 AM CST

Chico services today: Calvary Chapel of Chico, 1888 Springfield Drive: Guest speaker Jacob Kliebe will share about his involvement with ministry in East Africa since 2005; 6 p.

Honkers go bonkers on ground, make title tilt

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 02:18 AM CST

WILLOWS — Jim Ward now knows something his players knew all along. The first-year head coach at Willows High said he didn't know in the beginning if the Honkers could make it to the Northern Section Division III championship game.

Land grant opportunities available

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:28 AM CST

Land funding opportunities exist for property owners, and public workshops will be held about land-related topics.

Letter: Downtown Chico losing its luster

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

I continue to be concerned about our downtown. I work there. The relentless meter maids (wearing dark "Southern-style" sheriff sunglasses) write $20 tickets if you forget to put a dime in the meter.

Letter: Supervisors don't even bother to ask

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

Your editorial on Lookout Point was right on. Everyone should read it and let the county supervisor know how they feel about closing Lookout Point during the night.

Letter: The sustainable thing to do

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

Now in my 80th year, I have decided to contribute to sustainability by not having any more children. — Stephen T.

Letter: Thieves learn from politicians

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

Your headline stories on Nov. 15, "State takes city money" and the next story on the front page, "Thieves take children's toys" reminds me of a research paper I read while attending Purdue University about 50 years ago.

Letter: Thoroughfare a hazard to senior citizens

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

The dog park, Lookout Point and the pedestrian tunnel are noteworthy projects because they draw interest to segments of our community which are areas of concern needing attention and care.

Local Briefs

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:28 AM CST

Park Commission meeting rescheduled CHICO — Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, the Bidwell Park and Playground Commission meeting scheduled for the end of November has been rescheduled.

Local Roundup: Wildcats' season ends with loss to Coyotes

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 02:18 AM CST

The Chico State women's volleyball team saw its season come to an end in the semifinals of the NCAA Division II Pacific Regionals on Friday night in a three-game sweep by host and top-ranked Cal State San Bernardino, 25-19, 25-15, 25-21.

Local gardening projects sprout

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:29 AM CST

A little patch of earth tucked between the green lawn behind the Dorothy F. Johnson Center and the building that is a community center for the Chapman neighborhood will soon get spruced up by neighbors in a project that is part of a small but

Natural Wonders: Earth is resilient, despite man's grab for gold

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

When it comes to invasion of the environment, the quest for gold is a human pursuit that destroys habitat, alters landscapes and obliterates conservation efforts.

No. 1 Bobcats thump Enterprise to reach final

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 02:18 AM CST

PARADISE — With redemption on the minds of the Paradise High football team dating back to spring practice in May, the Bobcats came within one step of completing their revenge season after defeating Enterprise 42-21 in Friday night's Northern

Oroville church caught in economic crunch

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:28 AM CST

OROVILLE -- Like other churches in economically deprived areas, The Father's House has been slammed by decreased donations.

Police announce citizen's academy

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:28 AM CST

CHICO — Applications are being taken for the next Chico Police Department Citizen's Academy, a popular 16-week program designed to familiarize citizens with law enforcement in Chico.

Police identify 3 unlicensed drivers in Gridley accident

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:28 AM CST

GRIDLEY — Three unlicensed drivers were identified by the California Highway Patrol in a Gridley accident that sounded like a bumper car crash.

Police identify three unlicensed drivers in Gridley accident

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

GRIDLEY -- Three unlicensed drivers were identified by the California Highway Patrol in a Gridley accident that sounded like a bumper car crash.

Post-fire rebuilders in Concow may get break

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:28 AM CST

OROVILLE — People trying to make their burned-out homes in the Concow area legal may get a break in how they must pay fees, and individuals who already have a "non-building permit" for an agricultural structure have forever to use them.

Religious Briefs

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:28 AM CST

Ridge couple to serve as missionaries PARADISE — Dr. Wally and Diane Sonntag have accepted a call to serve as missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Salt Lake City, Temple Square Mission.

Saving Glenn: Supervisor says disincorporate Willows, Orland

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:29 AM CST

ORLAND -- Amid increasingly gloomy economic forecasts, a Glenn County supervisor pitched a radical idea to save the county from dire straits: disincorporate the cities of Willows and Orland.

Senior Planner

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:25 AM CST

CARD Senior Programs: Community Center, 545 Vallombrosa Ave., 895-4711; Dorothy Johnson Center, 775 E.

Sidelines: Johnson named regional's best

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 02:18 AM CST

Oberlin College sophomore Joanna Johnson, a Chico High grad, was named as the NCAA Division III Great Lakes Region Runner of the Year, the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches announced on Wednesday.

Some ridge residents upset over Del Oro water rate hike

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:28 AM CST

PARADISE — Some Lime Saddle district customers are upset with Del Oro Water Co., saying the firm is mismanaged and overpriced, as they face a water rate increase of as much as 30 percent.

Special holiday decorations are home again

Posted: 22 Nov 2008 12:29 AM CST

CHICO -- It was literally Christmas in November Thursday for Debbie Verdon, who learned that holiday decorations made by her daughters survived a Sept.

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