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Sunday, December 28, 2008

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

All About Us: Jewish family origins not quite lost on the adult

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

DURHAM — I used to be a bad vegetarian but now I'm just a really lame Jew. I was pretty good impersonating a non-meat eater — closing my blinds and eating hot and spicy chicken wings in the bathroom with the door shut.

Bookshelf: "A Child's Calendar"

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

Twelve poems take the reader through a year of changes. Vibrant paintings show a family welcoming spring, enjoying long summer days at the beach and in the backyard, and greeting the bounty and beauty of autumn.

Budget-cutters eye measure that protects ag industry

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

California's ongoing budget battle could put both the agricultural industry and Butte County's coffers in the cross-hairs.

Chico State offers training for entrepreneurs

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

CHICO — There's a catch phrase for young people that "the jobs of the future have not been invented yet.

Compassion on a dime: Low-cost pet clinic serves Butte County

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

OROVILLE — Yvonne Bahisem, 66, takes her five "kitties" to the new PAWS low-cost spay and neuter clinic in Oroville for veterinary care.

Daily Planner: December 28

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

Community BIDWELL MANSION STATE HISTORIC PARK, CHICO: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Home of John and Annie Bidwell, Chico founders, 525 The Esplanade.

Dave Davies: Holidays a good time for sports

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:34 AM CST

One of the best things about the two weeks or so that make up the holiday season for sports writers and editors is that the phone isn't ringing off the hook every night, and the schedule is pretty much dead during Christmas week.

Editorial: Public servants will be missed

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:34 AM CST

Our view: Curt Josiassen and Bob Donohue both took a people-first approach to their jobs. The advent of a new year means new things.

Family believes poor care led to baby's death

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 03:23 AM CST

Part two in a three-part series CHICO — Teresa Harris-Payne and her family say they suspect medical errors caused the death of newborn Gage Francis-Harris.

How normal will life be for Obama's famous tweens?

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

NEW YORK — They're only 10 and 7, and already designers are angling to dress them. They've been on the cover of People and Us Weekly.

How ordinary Americans coping in troubled times

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

With the economy's troubles growing more dismal each week, families are struggling to stay afloat, in some cases with half their monthly income and no job prospects.

Letters: Coffee house cares for a customer

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

My 4-year-old daughter has been in and out of the hospital for the past five weeks for something we cannot narrow down.

Letters: Editorial board needs reality check

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

Sunday's editorial states Durham needs a reality check because there have been votes of no confidence and calls for the ouster of school Superintendent Barbara Gaskin.

Letters: Government must use our money wisely

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

The high costs associated with staffing for municipalities, school districts, county offices and state government would certainly be nobody else's business except for the fact that the rest of us are asked to contribute our tax dollars to cover this

Letters: No-confidence vote isn't about pay

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

I have taught kindergarten and first grade in Durham for 15 years and both of my children attend Durham schools.

Letters: Stand together to protect county's water

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:34 AM CST

"Yikes!" I shouted as I read Robin Huffman's letter about Butte County's Tuscan study and exploitation of the Tuscan Aquifer.

Letters: State money waiting to renovate school

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

We have an opportunity in the educational arena here in Chico, and I'm hoping that our school board doesn't allow it to pass by.

Love Obama for his mind

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

Television, the Internet and, sadly, even some newspapers were atwitter last week after the release of photos of a shirtless Barack Obama in Hawaii.

Making headlines: REcounting our best stories of 2008

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:34 AM CST

The year is about to change, with 2008 coming to an end in just three days. And with that, the Enterprise-Record will take a look back at the year that is ending, and offer our view of the top 10 stories of 2008.

Old year leaving, but next one close behind, full of promise

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

In just a handful of days 2008 will lumber out of the door, and at the instant it leaves, 2009 — fresh and untainted — will bounce onto the scene.

On Foot: Walking among the mysterious moving rocks

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:34 AM CST

DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK — The one thing I wanted to see most was always too far out of reach.

Panther girls fall to Sheldon

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

Sheldon High of Sacramento defeated the Chico High girls basketball team 62-39 on Saturday in Antioch.

Santa gunman lost job, wife before gory attack

Posted: 28 Dec 2008 12:35 AM CST

MONTROSE — Bruce and Sylvia Pardo started the new year in 2006 with all signs pointing to a bright future — an upcoming marriage, a combined income of about $150,000, half-million-dollar home on a quiet cul-de-sac and a beloved dog, Saki.

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