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Friday, December 26, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Bidwell Park ranger's cherished views now include looking toward retirement

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

CHICO — There are few in the city today who are known by their first names alone, but that honor falls to the retiring Bob Donohue.

Burglary suspects arrested in Tehama County

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:06 AM CST

CAPAY Three people accused of burglarizing five business earlier this week have been arrested by the Tehama County Sheriff's Office.

Butte's most wanted for Dec. 26

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

Here are several people being sought by Butte County law enforcement agencies: Daniel Charles Carpenter The Butte County Sheriff's Office is seeking Daniel Charles Carpenter for a felony warrant charging him with being a felon in possession of a

Daily Planner

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

Today Events SOUTH SHASTA MODEL RAILROAD OPEN: 1 p.m. and 2:15 p.m. Dec. 24-26. Humann Ranch, 8620 Holmes Road, Gerber.

Editorial: Out with the old, in with the new

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

Our view: Christmas brings a lot of junk to the landfill, but think about the three R's before throwing anything away.

Firefighters check out boxes in home for hot embers

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:33 AM CST

CHICO — Flames in a home at 937 W. Ninth Street Christmas night posed a special problem for firefighters long after the blaze was extinguished.

Learn how to prune your roses

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

The Butte Rose Society will hold a public rose pruning demonstration on Saturday, Jan. 3 at the Stansbury House Rose Garden, corner of Salem and 5th streets in downtown Chico.

Letter: Economic system needs an overhaul

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

All right, I'm going to explain to everybody what's happening with the American economy: In the latter part of the 1800s a Justice Field (his brother was Cyrus Field, who laid the Atlantic cable of the Great Eastern) passed a body of law which says

Letter: Job cuts won't help state economy

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's plan to furlough and lay off state employees is mind boggling. After all it is he and the Republican legislators who have been holding up passage of the budget, through their use of the two-thirds requirement for passage.

Letter: Our money, our management

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

Now that the Big Three auto companies are being bailed out with our taxpayer money, I think we have the right to put a few conditions on how that money is spent and how the companies are run.

Letter: Referendum should make things clear

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

For 10 years disc golf has been debated. The City Council recently overturned decisions reached by every organized body that has evaluated the issue.

Letter: Remember students when cutting

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

I read your editorial Sunday about the recent conflict in the Durham School District. In it you stated that teachers (among others involved directly in education) ought to "remember that it's about the students, not about the amount of money the

Letter: State needs to rethink its water problem

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

"State water panel wants lawmakers to revisit idea of canal around the delta" (E-R 12/17/08) will not solve the delta problem — it will only make it worse.

Letter: Woodstoves serve important purpose

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

Last Sunday morning, my thermometer read 28 degrees. CDF crews along Highway 32 were sending columns of black smoke over Chico, but the city of Chico was asking woodstove owners to forego physical security for the sake of air quality.

Neighborhood declared safe after explosion

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

RANCHO CORDOVA (AP) — The neighborhood where an explosion destroyed a home on Christmas Eve, killing one person and injuring five others, was shut down briefly on Thursday after residents noticed a strong gas smell permeating the area.

Oil prices rebound sharply from previous trading day

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

SINGAPORE (AP) — Oil prices rebounded above $36 a barrel Friday in Asia from a sharp fall the previous trading day as investors braced for more evidence that a global economic slowdown deepened in the fourth quarter.

Police report for Dec. 26

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

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

Some Chicoans stuck working for Christmas

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:34 AM CST

CHICO — More businesses and services than one might imagine operate 365 days a year. And they really stand out amid the empty streets and deserted parking lots on Christmas Day.

Sow There: Some bright spots in a winter landscape

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

With the blah weather lately, as well as less time due to holiday preparations, I've been skimping on my morning garden tour ritual.

Tehama County Christmas week burglars arrested

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

CAPAY Three people accused of burglarizing five business earlier this week have been arrested by the Tehama County Sheriff's Office.

Transplant recipient still full of heart

Posted: 26 Dec 2008 02:07 AM CST

OROVILLE — Darlene Duvall truly left her heart in San Francisco. Ten years ago, Duvall had a heart transplant, leaving behind her old heart and gaining a new one after spending a year in San Francisco's California Pacific Medical Center.

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