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Two Oroville residents were arrested around 2 p.m. Saturday in connection with a stolen pickup and the burglary of a car in the strip mall parking lot on the 600 block of Mangrove. Robert Kenworthy, 28, was arrested on suspicion of possession of a stolen vehicle, possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tools and vandalism.
6 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record
A group of artists take a break from creating their design at last years Pastels on the Plaza. For 20, participants can illustrate a 4-by-4 square.
10 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record
I don't attend a lot of personal-growth conferences, but when I do I feel jazzed for at least a week after. That's one of the huge benefits to the upcoming Women in Business Conference, slated for Sept.
14 hrs ago | Chico Enterprise-Record
Elizabeth Karisca, 2, of Chico, right, dances with other children to the music of Los Caballitos de la Cancion Saturday at the Chico World Music Festival at Chico State University. CHICO >> If children ruled the world we would all dance and wave our arms when we heard music.
The BAe-146 was originally manufactured by BAe Systems . This aircraft, which is considered a prototype next generation airtanker, is turbine powered; can carry approximately 3,000 gallons of retardant; and has a cruising speed in excess of 330 knots.
OROVILLE >> Police officers testified about new DNA evidence and gang allegations against three Stockton men charged for the alleged rape and sexual assault during the weekend before Halloween 2012. A DNA test of matter recovered under the woman's fingernails was a likely match for one defendant.
Chico resident Emma Jessee waltzes with Paradise resident Brian Brown during Days of Living History at the Gold Nugget Museum Saturday. PARADISE >> Brian Brown, 8, stood and watched Emma Jessee and her partner waltz across the concrete square at the Gold Nugget Museum on Saturday.
Elizabeth Saldana, 10, of Chico, keeps eating her slice of watermelon after winning her age group's watermelon-eating contest Saturday during the 109th Bidwell Park Birthday Bash. Children lined up at a picnic table by age group and were given two minutes to gorge on as much watermelon as they could.
The band lit it up. Not only were New York City and the band's home state of Minnesota abuzz the next morning, but I found something else interesting about the media coverage: On the San Jose Mercury News' website, at the top of the home page, was a link to the video and fan reaction about the band's appearance.
On Sept. 6, Chico Breakfast Exchange Club provided lunch to the volunteers who are helping to build a Habitat for Humanity home on East 19th Street.
The California Highway Patrol and local agencies are hosting a free child safety seat check-up in Glenn and Butte counties on Sept. 20. The events are intended to coincide with Child Passenger Safety Week, which is a nationwide effort that starts Sunday to raise awareness about the importance of the lifesaving devices, according to CHP.
Noah Meng talks about his "Veggie Launcher" Friday while sixth-grade students in Caty Harris' class at Parkview School in Chico showed off their inventions. The students made prototypes and had explanations at the ready as parents and students walked around the room to check out their ideas.
CHICO >> Identical twins Elizabeth Nourse Goodwin Mohr and Katherine Marks Goodwin Graham were born in Sacramento on Sept. 5, in the century's twin year, 1919, to Reba and Roy Goodwin.
About 90 students and faculty gathered on the Chico State University campus Sept. 7 to celebrate Brazil's Independence Day.
NEW YORK >> Digital First Media, the parent company of The Daily Democrat and dailydemocrat.com , announced Friday that it will "evaluate and consider strategic alternatives" that could lead to the sale of some or all of the company. CEO John Paton said the company has retained UBS Securities to review a full range of alternatives including selling the entire company, selling regional clusters or doing nothing.
Sometime in the next few years, California's 36-cent-a-gallon gas tax might be going away. But don't celebrate the possibility, because something else would take its place.
Updated: Sun Sep 14, 2014 08:01 pm
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