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Saturday, April 18, 2009

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Daily listing of Enterprise-Record stories

Avenues residents urged not to use water

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

CHICO — Representatives from California Water Service went door-to-door Friday letting residents between Fifth and Eighth Avenue, on Oleander and the east side of The Esplanade, know that they should not drink their water, nor use it for

Corrections

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

A story in Friday's paper about a job fair talked about job recruitment for Capital Autism Services. The story should have said that people from Chico State University are known to have a good history with the Applied Behavior Analysis, which is

Daily Planner: April 15

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 10:31 PM PDT

Events Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve spring hike: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. at the reserve, 3521 Fourteen Mile House Road, Forest Ranch.

Daily Planner: April 18

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 10:31 PM PDT

Events 11th annual Kids Fishing Day: 6 a.m.-3 p.m. Kids ages 3-15 fish Paradise Lake, stocked with 2,500 pounds of rainbow trout; most two to three pounds; some up to seven pounds.

Earth Day events scheduled throughout week

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

CHICO — For the celebration of Earth Day, many events are planned throughout the month of April.

Editorial: Hits and misses

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 10:31 PM PDT

Our take on the week in news HIT — Congratulations to Butte College, which will be featured in Sunday's edition of USA Weekend, a supplement carried in the Enterprise-Record and hundreds of other newspapers nationwide.

Founders Week kicks off today at Chico State

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

CHICO — Founders Week begins today at Chico State University. TODAY Computer science 40th anniversary, Warrens Reception Center (the former President's Mansion), all day.

From the Pulpit

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

Chico services today: Almond Blossom Fellowship, ARC Pavilion, 2040 Park Ave.: "Pioneering a New Sound," from Harold Eberle; 6 p.

Heirloom to brand new, Oakmont to host quilt show

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 10:31 PM PDT

CHICO — Shirley Hansen and Capitola "Cappy" Archer will share their handmade quilts in a first-ever quilt show where they live, The Oakmont retirement residence.

Herman Enns is honored today

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 10:31 PM PDT

CHICO — Family and friends of Herman Enns will celebrate his 100th birthday with an open house today at City Light Church.

Jobless numbers leap

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 10:21 AM PDT

California just released preliminary March unemployment figures today, and north state counties have taken a huge hit.

Letter: America must stand up to pirates

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 10:31 PM PDT

Having lived for 74 years, today was one of my proudest days to be an American and ex-seafarer, when I read that an American flagged ship with 20 unarmed American citizens took on the lawless pirates off the coast of Somalia.

Letter: Ironclad religious doctrine dangerous

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 10:31 PM PDT

The Muslim population in the Middle East is projected to increase by 150 million by 2025. They will soon become the major religion throughout most European countries.

Letter: Men need employment, family influence

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 10:31 PM PDT

I'm going to try and explain to everybody what's happening in our country right now that's so destructive: Scholars have posited that when only 40 percent of college students are male there will be a breakdown in our societal functions.

Letter: Thank you, Chico

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 10:31 PM PDT

I am Nick Garber's mom, the athletic Chico High senior we lost tragically on New Year's, a day traditionally set for renewal, hope and resolutions.

Litigation advice prompts homeowner to investigate

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

CHICO — Retired gynecologist Yolanda Westcott lives in an Aspire Home, and saw the recent Enterprise-Record article about the letters a Beverly Hills law firm is sending out to Chico homebuyers.

Local Roundup: Mickartz pitches 'Cats past Antelopes

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

It didn't help for California Collegiate Athletic Association standings, but now that the Chico State baseball team is a candidate for West Region votes come playoff time, the Wildcats will take all the wins they can get.

Local briefs

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

Large burglary reported after guests leave; victim later arrested WILLOWS — A woman called police Thursday night to report that nearly $2,500 worth of items were missing from her South Villa Street home after visitors had been there Tuesday.

Local unemployment at 17-year high

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

On top of bad retail news this week, the feel of gloom deepened with Friday's release of March's preliminary unemployment rates, which for Butte County are at a 17-year high.

One hundred Chico avenues customers urged not to use water

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 01:25 PM PDT

Bottled water will be provided if necessary. Flushing their pipes is advised. The issue arose when a pumping station at Sixth Avenue and Oleander went on accidentally, likely due to the pump control malfunction.

Patience pays for pesky Vikings in win over Oroville

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

CHICO — At least for this season, Doryland Field has not been its typical self when it comes to being the site for slugging-happy Pleasant Valley baseball.

Red Bluff Roundup: Mote rides bareback to lead

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

RED BLUFF — Friday was just as good a day as any seen all week for the 88th annual Red Bluff Round-Up performance.

Religious Briefs

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

Churches gather for speaker today, Sunday CHICO — Harold R. Eberle, worldwide teacher, prophet and conference speaker, will bring his message to a special gathering of area churches today and Sunday.

Rescued captain calls Navy personnel 'titans'

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 10:41 PM PDT

UNDERHILL, Vt. — The unassuming ship captain who escaped the clutches of Somali pirates made a triumphant return home Friday, insisting he's no hero, just an ordinary seaman.

Revised Wal-Mart environmental documents out

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

CHICO — Newly-revised environmental documents for a proposed Wal-Mart expansion found that expanding the store wouldn't greatly impact global climate change, but does clarify what traffic and road improvements would be required and who would

Senior Planner

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 10:31 PM PDT

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

Separate Chico robberies turn violent

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

CHICO — Two men were beaten, one to the point of unconsciousness, in separate robberies about 90 minutes apart Wednesday night.

Sidelines: Boys volleyball tournament set

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

The annual John D'Anna Volleyball Tournament runs today at Chico High and Pleasant Valley High starting at 9 a.

Son of Holocaust 'partisans' to speak Monday

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

CHICO -- Like most children, Michael Bart listened to his parents talk about their youth. The stories told by his father and mother, Holocaust survivors Leizer and Zenia Bart, concerned an aspect of history not well known.

The grand tour

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

On Friday, Congressman Wally Herger, R-Chico, (ahead, at right, looking back) toured Enloe Medical Center's new patient tower, which is under construction.

U.S., Cuba build momentum toward renewed ties

Posted: 17 Apr 2009 10:41 PM PDT

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad — Trading their warmest words in a half-century, the United States and Cuba built momentum toward renewed ties on Friday, with President Barack Obama declaring he "seeks a new beginning" — including direct talks

Wick's Corner dedicators revel in sign of times past

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

OROVILLE — Dignitaries and members of old families spoke about the history of Wick's Corner Friday at the dedication of a sign formalizing that name for the interchange of highways 70 and 149.

Willows council may have to elminate jobs

Posted: 18 Apr 2009 12:07 AM PDT

WILLOWS — The hour of decision is fast approaching for the Willows City Council, which will have to decide soon whether to eliminate some jobs — including a police officer and a community service officer — and leave the Fire

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