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Thursday, February 05, 2009

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Art briefs

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 07:08 PM CST

Chico photographer's work on display at Vagabond Rose CHICO -- A local photography exhibit will open at Vagabond Rose Gallery & Framing, 236 Main St.

Biblio File: Chico author writes about fighting Cold War in Rhodesia

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 07:08 PM CST

In his first book, "Special Agent, Vietnam: A Naval Intelligence Memoir," Chicoan Douglass H. Hubbard Jr.

Briefs

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:33 AM CST

County could lose millions if state funds become delayed OROVILLE — Sunday's decision by the state to delay payments to counties could cost Butte County $40 million if the delays continue for the next seven months, as proposed by Gov.

Butte's Bellamy decides on Iowa State to highlight signing day

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 02:07 AM CST

OROVILLE — Just as he proved capable of doing occasionally when Saturday afternoons in the fall went his way, Josh Bellamy moonlighted in the spotlight for the Butte College football team at Wednesday's National Signing Day ceremony.

Butte's Bellamy sides with Iowa State for Signing Day decision

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 04:12 PM CST

OROVILLE — Josh Bellamy, a highly recruited receiver on Butte College's national title football team who was poised to sign a letter of intent to Washington State this morning, changed his decision with a commitment instead to Iowa State.

Calendar highlight: Origami Ghosts

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 07:08 PM CST

Origami Ghosts will play at 8 p.m. today at Cafe Coda, along with The Shimmies and The Sundance Kids.

Check It Out: Gridley, Biggs and Durham libraries may see cuts by June 1

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

Small, rural libraries in Gridley, Biggs and Durham have long histories of community support and service.

Comedy show review: Second City brings lots of laughter to Laxson

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 07:08 PM CST

CHICO -- Second City has produced so many famous alums -- Alan Arkin, John Belushi, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey, et.

Costumes help to create memorable characters in world of theater

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 07:08 PM CST

CHICO -- An expectant audience awaits for the opening curtain for an anticipated theatrical production.

Cougars throttle cold-shooting Bobcats

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 02:07 AM CST

PARADISE — Amassing just one win through the first half of Eastern Athletic League play, the Paradise High boys basketball team was looking for a fresh start at home against Foothill.

Cover story: Audiotherapy brings the dance party to Chico

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 07:08 PM CST

CHICO -- "I don't want to come off as a sit-down band. Expect a good time. Expect to get off your butt and dance!

Daily Planner: February 5

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

Events MEET ARTIST OF THE MONTH: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Euro Cafe, 3217 Cohasset Road, Dulce Plaza. Rebekah Amick's pastels and paintings displayed through Feb.

Editorial: Concessions help in crisis

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

Our view: After some wrangling with the firefighters union, the city reached its deficit-reduction goal.

Entertainment calendar for Feb. 5-11

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 07:08 PM CST

Thursday, FEB. 5 MUSIC/NIGHTCLUBS CAFE CODA: The Shimmies, The Sundance Kids, Origami Ghosts. 8 p.m. All ages.

Fire union contract made official

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:33 AM CST

CHICO — A new contract for the city's firefighters is now in place, which will not provide raises for the next two years.

He Said, She Said movie review: 'Milk' biography shows Sean Penn at his best

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 07:08 PM CST

"Milk" stars Sean Penn as San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man elected to major office, who unites his community before being slain by another supervisor.

June Carey shares art of California, Tuscany at Chico Paper Company

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 07:08 PM CST

CHICO -- There's no place like home, especially for artist June Carey who calls both California and the Tuscan countryside of Italy home.

Just the fax, ma'am

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:33 AM CST

Twenty-year-old Chico State student Jana Sullivan makes her mark Wednesday on a petition to be faxed to Gov.

Letter: Bad behavior immortalized

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

Granted that rioting appears to have become a tradition among some of the shortsighted at Chico State, but your lead photo on Saturday appears to indicate yet another insidious way that the cell phone has altered our lives: as a way to chronicle our

Letter: California voters know their stuff

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

How did we get to Proposition 8? They hung out in city parks, public restrooms, bus stations and cruised the streets, when the fleet was in, to pick up young servicemen.

Letter: Creationists believe in science

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

Regarding Cynthia Tucker's Jan. 24 column, she equates belief in creation with anti-science. That truly ignorant conclusion is easy to disprove.

Letter: Herger now an obstructionist

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

The day before last year's first vote on the (first) $170 billion bailout, I called Wally Herger's office in Washington and asked that he vote against that bill because 1) it was written as a blank check (no congressional oversight), and 2) it

Letter: Herger should change his thinking

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

I have enjoyed your recent series of comedic articles featuring our man in Washington, Wally Herger. Even though they haven't been on the comic page, they certainly have been funny.

Letter: Music teacher's award richly deserved

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

I would like to congratulate Karol Forrest, music teacher at Chico High School, for being selected as the California Music Educators Association North Section Music Educator of the Year.

Letter: Negativity not appreciated

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

A great big "hip hip hooray!" to Alan Gair for his spot-on discussion of this newspaper's constant negativity toward Chico's Planning Commission (letters, Jan.

Letter: Obama getting a free pass

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

One thing we should all be thankful for — Republican or Democrat — is that our first black president is liberal.

Letter: Obama off to a roaring start

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

Promising change and a new era of transparency, Barack Obama seated the most corrupt and socialist administration in our country's history.

Letter: Police contract even more valuable

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

The 4.45 percent salary increase was retroactive to December 2007, not December 2008 — a full year difference which is significant.

Letter: Politicians need to walk in shoes of the poor

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

Let me get this straight. Arnold Schwarzenegger demands a budget then vetoes it because he doesn't like the proposed taxes, saying he doesn't want to saddle Californians with the state's budget problem.

Letter: Rioters give city, university a bad name

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

The irresponsible drinking and dangerous behavior demonstrated last week by hundreds of young college students is despicable.

Letter: Teachers should be the last to go

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

I would have some confidence in the Chico Unified School District board of trustees if they would publish the number of employees and their salaries in order to establish that laying off teachers is the best way to spend the reduced budget.

Like a hawk

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:33 AM CST

A hawk (Photo No. 1) searches for food in an orchard along River Road on the outskirts of Chico Tuesday.

Linscott sentenced in plot to have Butte County woman killed

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:33 AM CST

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Ann Marie Linscott, a Michigan woman who tried to have an Oroville woman who was her lover's wife killed last year, was sentenced to nearly 13 years in state prison Wednesday.

Local Roundup: Eagles hit eight 3-pointers to beat Butte in GVC play

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 02:07 AM CST

College of the Siskiyous made eight 3-pointers to beat the Butte College men's basketball team 66-63 Wednesday in a Golden Valley Conference game in Weed.

Make Valentine's Day a date to remember

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:33 AM CST

The following is a list of Valentine's Day-inspired events taking place starting this week in Chico and Oroville.

Mother doesn't contest lesser charge of giving pot brownie to her daughter

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:33 AM CST

OROVILLE -- Acquitted last month of a felony child endangerment charge, a Chico mother accused of giving her 5-year-old daughter a marijuana brownie averted a second trial in the case by pleading no contest Wednesday to a lesser misdemeanor count

Music preview: Agent Orange surfs into Paradise Lost with original tunes

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 07:08 PM CST

CHICO -- Agent Orange, the original southern California punk/surf power trio band, will appear at Paradise Lost on Feb.

Music preview: Master mandolinist Chris Thile on touring, making good music

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 07:08 PM CST

CHICO -- Chris Thile and the Punch Brothers are a highly regarded ensemble, garnering glowing reviews wherever they go.

North State Vocies: When water ouzel sings, it's a musical gift

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

Sometimes we discover the most surprising voices when we listen in the least likely places. I found this to be true for the water ouzel.

Orland schools begin talks on layoffs, class cuts

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:33 AM CST

ORLAND — Layoffs and class cuts will soon be on the table as Orland Unified School District grapples with continued unknowns in the state budget crisis and reduced revenue.

Parolees with drugs arrested in south-of-campus car stop

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:33 AM CST

CHICO — Two men on parole were arrested Tuesday afternoon when an officer discovered methamphetamine hidden in their vehicle at West Sixth and Orange streets.

Prep Athlete of the Week: Garcia makes way on pitch

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 02:07 AM CST

Adriana Garcia is most definitely not lost in America. The Las Plumas High standout is only in her second season of American soccer and is making things happen in Oroville.

Prep Athlete of the Week: Punzo finds best success in soccer

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 02:07 AM CST

Heladio Punzo is a wanted young man at Orland High School. All the coaches want him on their team. Well, not all.

School Time for Feb. 5

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:33 AM CST

Announcements Oroville Christian School is hosting a science fair today in the sanctuary at the school from 6:30-8 p.

Suspect arraigned in fatal beating

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:33 AM CST

OROVILLE -- An Oroville suspect was arraigned Wednesday on a homicide charge in connection with the alleged beating of a Yankee Hill man Saturday night that led to his death.

The Biblio File Short Notices: Authors describe wild rodeos, local art, search for truth

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 07:08 PM CST

Red Bluff resident Ashley Lewis, now in her mid-20s, traveled the rodeo circuit with her father since she was born.

The Nosebleed Section: CHS players are stronger people now

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 02:07 AM CST

Like most all Eastern Athletic League fans, I was very interested to see how the Chico High boys and girls basketball teams would perform after seven boys and six girls were suspended for the first go-around of the EAL schedule.

Theater briefs

Posted: 04 Feb 2009 07:08 PM CST

Auditions held for 'Man of La Mancha' at CTC CHICO -- Auditions for "Man of La Mancha" will be held at 6:30 p.

Trustees vote to reorganize 11 schools: Changes will largely affect Marigold, Parkview, Rosedale

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 02:08 AM CST

CHICO -- After seven weeks of deliberation and public input, Chico Unified School District's board of trustees Wednesday approved plans to reorganize 11 elementary schools.

Vikings use surge to cruise past Shasta

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 02:07 AM CST

CHICO — Jordan Schwarz missed three shots in the third quarter of the Pleasant Valley High boys basketball team's victory Wednesday night.

What you need to know about the Humane Society

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:32 AM CST

To search for a lost pet after-hours or view animals up for adoption, you can check the society's Web site at www.

Worms turn cafeteria waste to fertilizer for Butte College

Posted: 05 Feb 2009 12:33 AM CST

BUTTE VALLEY — Worm droppings will soon be fertilizing the 25-acre organic farm at Butte College while at the same time diverting 1,500 pounds of waste from the landfill.

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