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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Affected waters listed by DFG

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:32 AM CST

Among the local waters that will continue to be stocked with trout are Lake Oroville, Philbrook Reservoir, DeSabla Reservoir and Bedrock Park Pond in Butte County, as well as Deer Creek and Battle Creek in Tehama County.

Branches beautified

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:32 AM CST

City of Chico tree worker James Boston rises to the top of the 50-foot city Christmas tree in City Plaza on Tuesday to adorn it with eco-friendly LED lights and a star.

Butte rises up to defeat Taft in three

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 02:10 AM CST

OROVILLE — Two players on the other side of the net, Tessa Asuega and Sade Greene, proved troublesome for the Butte College women's volleyball team to deal with throughout Tuesday night's postseason matchup against Taft.

Castilleja ends Hamilton's season

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 02:04 AM CST

HAMILTON CITY — Records don't tell the whole story and that was the moral learned Tuesday night in the opening round of the CIF Division V State Volleyball Championships.

Community Roundup: Oroville gymnasts place in Level 5 championships

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 02:04 AM CST

The Oroville Gymnastics Sports Academy had three Level 5 gymnasts compete at the Nor Cal Level 5 Championships, led by Mikaela Seegert in the 9-year-old division, who placed second on the balance beam with a 9.

Cycle, car crash closes portion of Highway 32 for almost five hours

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:33 AM CST

CHICO — A portion of Highway 32 was closed for almost five hours Tuesday night after a motorcyclist was seriously hurt in an accident.

Daily Planner: November 26

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

Community NORTH VALLEY FARMERS MARKET: 7:30 a.m.-noon. Parking lot, North Valley Plaza Mall on Pillsbury Road off of East Avenue.

Daily Planner: November 27

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

Events THIRD ANNUAL RUN FOR FOOD: 9 a.m. 5k run/walk through Bidwell Park; starts at One-Mile Recreation Area.

Economy on the edge: Local housing market declines, but not as far as elsewhere

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:32 AM CST

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is part four of a nine-story series. CHICO — Builders, planners and real estate agents have seen a significant decline in the local housing market, with new construction taking the biggest hit.

Editorial: Timing doesn't pass smell test

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

Our view: The CSU system shouldn't be handing out pay raises to executives at the same time it is cutting budgets and enrollment.

Glenn County man arrested during sex offender compliance sweep

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:32 AM CST

WILLOWS — Glenn County law enforcement officers conducting a compliance check on convicted sex offenders, arrested a man Monday night who allegedly failed to re-register in October.

Glenn's Most Wanted

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:32 AM CST

Here are several people being sought by the Glenn County Sheriff's Office: Dale Andrew Lawrence The Glenn Sheriff's Office is seeking Dale Andrew Lawrence for charges of failing to appear on felony driving under the influence charges and

Juveniles suspected in Orland burglary spree

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:32 AM CST

ORLAND — A string of burglaries in Orland during the past two weeks may have come to an end with the identification of seven juveniles and several arrests, police said.

Letter: Annie wouldn't approve of golf

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

If disc golf is doing irreparable damage to a remote area that is not even part of Annie Bidwell's original grant, then the city should immediately remove the 18-hole golf course that sits right in the middle of a beautiful, accessible part of the

Letter: Chico debacle watched from afar

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

We've been watching the debacle of your disc golf debate from afar. We were lucky enough to play at the Highway 32 course this past June.

Letter: City Council disc golf decision baffling

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

As an annual visitor to Chico to visit family, I have enjoyed using the disc golf course in upper Bidwell Park on several occasions.

Letter: Council misses the big picture

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

I considermyself an ardent environmentalist who believes the planet that sustains us is of top priority, but kicking the kids out of the disc golf course is something I can't see.

Letter: Councilors showing their true colors

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

Oh the insanity. After the Park Commission in 1998, the City Council in 2002 and the Park Commission again in 2008 all voted in favor of disc golf in upper park, the current City Council decided to override all of these votes and closed the area to

Letter: Democrats helped end the Depression

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

In response to the Nov. 11 letter by the Eddys, their recollection of history needs some correction. It was the Republicans who brought us the Great Depression of the 1930s.

Letter: Don't compromise with upper park

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

How is the term illegal so misunderstood? Illegal immigrants somehow become translated into immigrants.

Letter: Fear won in Proposition 8 campaign

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

Sadly, discrimination and prejudice is alive and well in California as evidenced by the passage of Proposition 8.

Letter: Healthy community? Not Chico

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

Nov. 18 was a sad day in Chico history. So many like myself lost their connection to this community. We as disc golfers have been unjustly discriminated against.

Letter: Herger's take sounds like propaganda

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

I read an article in the Nov. 14 E-R, headlined "Congressman Herger fears Obama may nix trade pacts." I have two comments about this article.

Letter: It's a park, not a preserve

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

I am under the impression that Annie Bidwell gave the park to Chico for the pleasure of the people of Chico, not for a nature preserve.

Letter: Keep the arts alive in Chico

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

Chico State University director of jazzstudies Rocky Winslow brought his Jazz X-Press down from the mountain to share with us Chico mortals their rarifiedjazz sounds.

Letter: Nostalgia thrives at reunion

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

On behalf of the Boys and Girls Clubs of the North Valley and our board of directors, we'd like to extend a heartfelt thank you to Gary Bright and the Lollipop's 20-year reunion committee.

Letter: People have the power

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

It is truly amazing that the governments (federal, state, county, city) and corporations think alike and tend to make the same decisions when it comes to cutting back on spending to remedy the flailing economy.

Letter: People should rule over courts

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

With respect to Proposition 8, there has been a lot of emotional talk of peoples' "rights" being denied them.

Letter: Presidential race not a beauty contest

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

Kathryn Lopez is completely off base if she thinks Sarah Palin should be Person of the Year instead of Barack Obama.

Letter: Reinstate disc golf — with changes

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

For years, there have been battles about park use. Houses on the ridge — obviously not right, but they are there.

Letter: Restaurant truly serves veterans

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

I would like to voice my appreciation of Papacito's restaurant in Oroville for letting military veterans dine on the house on Veterans Day.

Letter: Retirement community is different

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

Although I appreciated Mary Weston's Nov. 14 article about our "Furry Friends" party here at Country Crest Continuing Care Retirement Community, I would like to emphasize a couple of facts.

Letter: Spreading lies makes you a liar

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

The guys on AM hate radio get paid to lie. Rush Limbaugh gets a million dollars a week to distort and inflame — caring not at all for the consequences for our country.

Local Briefs

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:32 AM CST

Not guilty plea entered in sex case RED BLUFF — A Los Molinos High School employee pleaded not guilty Tuesday to three felony counts of lewd and lascivious acts with a child 14 or 15 years old while being at least 10 years older than the child.

No fix yet for state's deficit: GOP lawmakers block Democrats' $17 billiob proposal

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:33 AM CST

SACRAMENTO (AP) — Republican state lawmakers on Tuesday blocked the Democrats' $17 billion proposal to address part of California's fiscal meltdown, leaving the state on track for a cash derailment this spring.

Oroville cycle crash

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:32 AM CST

Emergency crews work to prepare an Oroville man to be flown to Enloe Medical Center in Chico after he crashed his motorcycle into a concrete fence early Tuesday morning.

Pair admit to cremating relative in barbecue pit

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:33 AM CST

RED BLUFF -- A mother and son accused of cremating their 84-year-old mother and grandmother in their Corning backyard in December changed their pleas to guilty Tuesday morning before their preliminary hearing.

Paradise Lake won't be stocked

Posted: 25 Nov 2008 02:07 PM CST

PARADISE — Paradise Lake, Butte Creek and some other waters in Butte County will no longer be stocked with trout — at least for the time being, according to the state Department of Fish and Game.

Prep Football Previews: Paradise looks for title again

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 02:04 AM CST

The Paradise High football team is one win from the Bobcats' third Northern Section Division I title in four years and all that stands in their way is a Shasta team they beat at home 27-19 earlier in Eastern Athletic League play.

Sidelins: Santos sets world swimming marks

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 02:04 AM CST

Chico native Roque Santos set four age-group Masters world records Friday at the second annual Ron Johnson Invitational short course meters meet in Tempe, Ariz.

Some restaurants serving dinner on Thursday

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

Gathering around the Thanksgiving table is a tradition for many, but for those who don't want to do the dishes, there are restaurants that will be open on Thursday.

Starving Student: Burrito expert: Chicken didn't score but maybe the vegetarian next time

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

CHICO — I want to quit. There's a variety of reasons. For one, I keep craving Mexican food on deadline because it's quick and cheap and seems like perfect Starving Student fare.

Suit halts trout planting in some local waters

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:32 AM CST

CHICO -- Many California lakes and streams that have been planted with trout for years will not be stocked at least until 2010 because of a lawsuit.

Sweet Basil and the Bee: Turkey leftovers? Try something nontraditional in flavor

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:30 AM CST

Don't read this now — Clip the page and tuck it somewhere handy to use after Thanksgiving when confronted with hungry house guests and a refrigerator full of leftovers.

Worldwide scam based in Canada surfaces for first time in Glenn County

Posted: 26 Nov 2008 12:33 AM CST

WILLOWS — A worldwide scam spreading out of Canada has surfaced for the first time in Glenn County.

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