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Saturday, February 07, 2009

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Aanestad seeks major health-care reform for state

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

SACRAMENTO -- State Sen. Sam Aanestad has put together a bill he says would make major reforms in California's health-care system.

Alleged drunken driver damages seven vehicles in three separate crashes

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

PARADISE -- Police say an alleged drunken driver caused three separate crashes Thursday evening that left seven wrecked vehicles strewn for a quarter-mile from the Skyway down Pearson Road.

Bidwell Junior High School lists honor roll students

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:12 AM CST

CHICO — The following students at Bidwell Junior High School earned honor roll grades during the fall semester of 2008: Sixth Grade — Bradley Bailey, Matthew Bailey, Monica Deadmond, Journie Dickerson, Christa Feingold, Manvir Heer, Seth

Chico police arrest officers from other departments

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:12 AM CST

CHICO -- Police arrested two officers from north-state law enforcement agencies in separate incidents recently, and one of them has voluntarily left his job.

City Council wants rioters to pay

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:12 AM CST

CHICO -- City Councilors want those involved in a recent riot to face consequences and foot the bill for damages.

Daily Planner: February 7

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 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: February 8

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

Events CHICO CABARET: 5 p.m. auditions for "Bus Stop," by William Inge, at 2201 Pillsbury Road. 895-0245.

Deal reached on economic stimulus plan

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:10 AM CST

WASHINGTON (AP) — With job losses soaring nationwide, Senate Democrats reached agreement with a small group of Republicans Friday night on an economic stimulus measure at the heart of President Barack Obama's plan for combatting the worst

Dieters find support is TOPS for weight management

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

CHICO — There's nothing like shedding a few pounds to make a person feel like a million bucks. But, as every dieter knows, keeping the pounds off can be the challenge of a lifetime.

Editorial: Hits and misses - Our take on the week in news

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

HIT — The Butte County Assessor's Office should be praised for thinking of the people first. Assessor Ken Reimers contacted the Enterprise-Record Thursday and members of his staff sent out e-mail alerts warning homeowners about a business

Fire damages county supervisor's house

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

CHICO -- The California Park home of Butte County Supervisor Maureen Kirk was heavily damaged by a fire that broke out shortly before 4 p.

Firms seeking fee for free property value reassessment

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:12 AM CST

Butte County is being blanketed by mass mailings offering to sell homeowners something they can get for free.

Fran Carlson stays independent with B-Line

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

CHICO — Fran Carlson has always been able to take care of her self, and at 87, is glad she still can.

From the Pulpit

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:12 AM CST

Calvary Chapel of Chico, 1888 Springfield Drive: "The Great Apostasy," from Pastor Sam Allen; 6 p.m. Scripture: Revelation 17.

Garber family rejects ruling that death was suicide

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

CHICO -- The uncle of Nick Garber, a Chico High senior who perished Jan. 1, said the young man's family is rejecting police conclusions he died as a result of suicide.

Girl faces rabies treatment if escaped Chihuahua isn't found

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

CHICO -- An 11-year-old girl will have to undergo anti-rabies treatment if the dog that bit her last week isn't located by Sunday.

Letter: CUSD employees play by different rules

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

Chico Unified claims that binding arbitration is too costly and unusual. Yet in a fact-finding hearing conducted by the State, the California School Employees Association (CSEA) proved that just isn't true.

Letter: Qualifications should be questioned

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

A recent articlein the E-R was accompanied by smiling images of Sam Aanested, Rick Keene and Doug LaMalfa.

Letter: Society shouldn't rely on government

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

If our nation continues on the course that former President Bush initiated with the bailouts, and what President Obama is currently attempting to pass off on the American people as a "stimulus package," this will no longer be the America our

Letter: Workers left high and dry by outsourcing

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

Your article in the E-R, "Bailed-out banks sought foreign workers," was very interesting. I just heard about another take on this subject which was upsetting to me and I think will be to others also.

Lifestyle Rx: Good health is a 50-50 proposition

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

I don't drink coffee. I don't even know how to make it. But one particular night I had a special need.

Local Roundup: Ringer's walk-off slam opens Wildcats' season

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 02:15 AM CST

Bret Ringer hit a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the 11th inning Friday to give the Chico State baseball team a 13-9 victory over Western Oregon in the No.

Panthers knock off Bobcats

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 02:15 AM CST

PARADISE — Chico High boys basketball coach Sam Simmons didn't think his Panthers played very well on Friday at Paradise.

Religious Briefs

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:12 AM CST

Meetings set for 'Women in Transition' CHICO — Women's group meetings, emphasizing "Women in Transition," are held from 1 to 2 p.

Retro Vikings take advantage of Tigers

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 02:15 AM CST

CHICO — Pleasant Valley High's boys basketball team got the victory it wanted Friday night against visiting Oroville.

Senior Planner

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

Paradise programs: Paradise Senior Center, 877 Nunneley Road, 877-1733; Terry Ashe Recreation Center, 6626 Skyway, 872-6393.

Sidelines: Youth tennis league offered

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 02:15 AM CST

The Youth Team Tennis League will offer its innovative USTA program for beginning-level players, boys and girls in third to sixth grade.

Sign of the times

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

A sign at the Department of Motor Vehicles in Chico on Friday alerts people to the fact that the office was closed — another victim of the budget crisis.

Skyway Plaza Center property sold to Wal-Mart; retail center planned

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:11 AM CST

PARADISE -- Six years after the town of Paradise approved the controversial Skyway Plaza Center, the property owner has sold the land to Wal-Mart.

Walks offered Saturdays at Lake Oroville

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:12 AM CST

OROVILLE — Free guided three-mile nature walks are conducted every Saturday at the Lake Oroville State Recreation Area, from 9 a.

Willows High School announces top students

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 12:12 AM CST

WILLOWS -- Here is the honor roll for the first semester of the 2008-09 school year at Willows High School.

Wily Coyotes: CSUSB gets win against Chico State

Posted: 07 Feb 2009 02:16 AM CST

CHICO —What began with the most encouraging half of Chico State basketball this season turned into one of its most perplexing defeats.

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