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News of Our Past Here cheap jerseys are some newspaper stories published this week in years past: 25 years ago ‘Sugarbeets: It’s good news/bad news for local farmers’ HAMILTON CITY Local sugarbeet growers this past campaign were tossed for a big loss on the field, but are holding ground worldwide. This year was a good news bad news scenario for growers, Holly Sugar plant manager Ray Haase said. Chaussures Asics Femme First the good news. sugar producers, which means the heat to cut import quotas here may cool under new President elect George Bush. The bad news is that because beets practically fried in the unusual heat, sometimes up to 117 degrees, sugar content, usually 14 to 15 percent, fell by about 2 percent. This means. that the average grower contracted with Holly Sugar for 232 acres of beets received $72 per acre less this fall, or a total difference between years of $16,700.. hogan scarpes The latest world price was 11.46 cents a pound, up from $7.76 cents last year. Chico Daily Enterprise, Dec. 12, 1988 50 years ago ‘Bidwell Bar State Park Is Saved’ OROVILLE Historic Curry Bidwell Bar State Park has been saved. Gov. fjallraven kanken rugzakken Edmund Brown approved a plan to move the park to a new site, Kelly Ridge, near the present location which will be inundated by the Oroville Reservoir when the dam is completed. The park is along the Feather River where one of California’s earliest gold strikes was made. Bernie Richter, Oroville Heritage Council spokesman, and the Butte County Commission to Save Curry Bidwell Bar State Park, was told that the state will spend between $700,000 and $800,000. putting in new facilities and relocating historical artifacts. nike air max 1 pas cher To be moved. cheap adidas uk are the Bidwell Bar suspension bridge across the river, the old stone toll house at the approach to the bridge and the “mother orange tree,” which has provided good fruit and seeds for the planting of trees throughout Northern California for the past 100 years.. Chico Enterprise, Dec. Marqise Lee College Jerseys 13, 1963 75 years ago ‘Merchants Hit New Law for Parallel Parking’ Petitions sponsored by a group of Third Street merchants are circulating today for signatures and will be submitted to the City Council. urging that body to withhold enforcement of the parallel parking ordinance enacted for Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth streets between Salem and Wall streets. Petition sponsors claim that curbs on Third street are from 12 to 19 1/2 inches high whereas doors on late model cars clear the ground only by 11 inches. This according to petitioners would make it impossible for motorists to get out the right front doors of their cars and would force them to step out of their cars into traffic lanes. Hume obtain data on the cost of reducing the width and height of the sidewalks as a WPA project.. Kanken 16L Chico Enterprise, Dec. 12, 1938 100 years ago ‘Will Erect Flimsy Shack For Students’ The board of education has decided to erect on the High School campus, 154 feet from First Street, a cheap http://www.cheapjerseys11.com/ frame building to cost $300 to $400 to house up to 50 new students entering the school in the next term.. The present High School building is overtaxed. The extra building will be 75 feet long and 18 feet wide and of cheap construction, with cement piers, paper roof and no heat. When the weather is too cold or dreary school will be dismissed. Adidas NMD Dames Allan Baker, High school janitor, and the school manual training class students will do the work to reduce costs.. This action is forced upon the trustees because district voters defeated the High School bond proposition last summer. Nike Air Max 2016 Heren groen Next season a new building will be built. Nike Air Max 2017 Heren groen If bonds do not carry a special tax will probably be levied. Chico Daily Enterprise, Dec. 9, 1913 This column appears each Monday. Items are compiled by Sally Mau.

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