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Saturday, January 03, 2009

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Ambassadors give their time, answer the calls of patients

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

CHICO — About 20 people dressed in blue polo shirts volunteer through the week at Enloe Medical Center with the goal of ensuring patients get what they need.

Another meth lab dumped on Glenn County road

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

AFTON — Items determined to be part of a methamphetamine manufacturing operation were found dumped on County Road 70 Wednesday night by a Glenn County sheriff's deputy on routine patrol.

Briefs

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

In most cases, thieves smash out windows and grab whatever they can quickly take from the vehicle. Purses and wallets are the most common targets.

Daily Planner: January 2

Posted: 02 Jan 2009 04:49 PM CST

Performance BLUE ROOM THEATRE: 10:30 p.m. "Songs for a New Year: A New Year's Resolution-Breaking Revue," musical comedy, at 139 W.

Daily Planner: January 3

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 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: January 4

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

Performances THEATRE ON THE RIDGE: 2 p.m. Auditions for "Over the River and Through the Woods." 3735 Neal Road, Paradise.

Deceased Chico High teen identified

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

CHICO — A young man who died early New Year's morning following an apparent seizure has been identified as Nicholas Brian Garber, 18, a Chico High School senior and starting linebacker on the football team.

Driver of stolen pickup switched license plates in Maxwell

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

BIGGS — The driver of a pickup truck stolen from Placer County stopped in the Colusa County town of Maxwell to steal license plates before leading authorities on a high-speed pursuit through three counties Thursday morning.

Editorial: First Chico mall loses its anchor

Posted: 02 Jan 2009 05:04 PM CST

Our view: The mall could find the silver lining in this latest setback if the owners and tenants think smart.

Editorial: Hits and misses

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

Our take on the week in news HIT — Rather that trying to lure companies to leave one community for another, the preferred way for adding jobs to a community now is to grow them.

Historians oppose Wal-Mart store near Civil War site

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:08 AM CST

LOCUST GROVE, Va. (AP) — Wal-Mart wants to build a Supercenter within a cannonshot of where Robert E.

In the thick of things

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

Heavy fog rolled into the valley's floor Friday, as cautious drivers crept down Highway 99 between East 20th Street and the Skyway.

Israel lets several hundred Palestinians flee Gaza

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:08 AM CST

EREZ CROSSING, Israel (AP) — Israel allowed several hundred Palestinians with foreign passports to flee Gaza on Friday, even as its warplanes bombed a mosque it said was used to store weapons and destroyed homes of more than a dozen Hamas

Letters: Charges should follow pregnancy story

Posted: 02 Jan 2009 04:48 PM CST

Your three-part series on the 16-year-old girl whose baby died after being born quite prematurely is a sad tale indeed.

Letters: Community helps spread God's love

Posted: 02 Jan 2009 04:48 PM CST

On behalf of the 680 children and 181 families that were able to have presents under their tree and food on their tables this holiday season, I would like to thank all those who helped contribute to Orchard Church's Christmas Wish Project.

Letters: Dam mistakes shouldn't be repeated

Posted: 02 Jan 2009 04:48 PM CST

Cities and counties encourage the development of flood plains, former farm and wild lands, creating "flooding problems.

Letters: Durham vote should lead to resignation

Posted: 02 Jan 2009 04:48 PM CST

I was disappointed in the E-R's Dec. 21 editorial "Durham needs dose of reality." The E-R didn't find it necessary to check the facts, because it didn't bother with gathering any.

Letters: Eighth-grade algebra not realistic

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

A recent San Jose Mercury News editorial (featured in "Other Views") recommended that algebra be required of California eighth-graders.

Letters: If state needs your money, give it up

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

I find fascinating that as our state accumulates an ever-increasing budget deficit, the remarkable number of individuals who advocate a tax increase as a panacea for our financial ailments.

Letters: Obama supporters still have work to do

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

As a volunteer group, local supporters of President-elect Barack Obama were very powerful during the campaign.

Letters: Throw leather instead of plastic

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

Few ideas can sew multiple problems into a tapestry of solutions like shoe throwing in Bidwell Park. Discs and throwers are allegedly defoliating the landscape.

Lifestyle Rx: Changes add at least 14 years to patient's life

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

When I was writing my "Feeling Fit" book, I contacted my former patients and asked how they were doing.

Police say ridge slaying became result of break-in

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

PARADISE — The Sunday night death of a Paradise man has been determined to be a result of a home invasion robbery, Paradise police announced Friday morning.

Pricey pollinators: Buzz in the air signifies time for bees to dust nut crops

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

Boxes of bees are visible along country roadways throughout the valley as almond farmers prepare for February, when bees are required for pollination of their early-blooming crop.

Senior Planner

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

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

Slick roads contribute to three accidents

Posted: 03 Jan 2009 02:10 AM CST

OROVILLE — Oroville drivers fell victim to slippery roads and foggy weather Friday evening with the conditions contributing to three separate car accidents.

Sow There: Goodbye 2008, hello 2009

Posted: 02 Jan 2009 04:49 PM CST

With the new year, the major holidays of 2008 are behind us. I really enjoy so many of the warm moments that come with the holidays.

Steve Carson's "Outdoors" Column: The best and worst of 2009's outdoors

Posted: 02 Jan 2009 04:49 PM CST

A recap of notable local and statewide outdoors-related stories of 2008: January The "salmon crisis" in California receives widespread attention, starting with a panel discussion at the International Sportsmen's Exposition show in Sacramento.

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