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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 17 May 2011

Hawkins replaces Larry Snelling who will retire at the end of this school year. Principal effective July 1, replacing Greg Hawkins who has been chosen Fall River Joint Unified School District’s Superintendent. Fall River Junior/ Senior High School’s Vice Principal, Jeanne Utterback has been named Utterback is a 1976 graduate of Fall River High School. She received her AA degree from Butte, her Bachelors and teaching credential from Chico State and her Masters from the University of Nevada at Reno. She returned to Fall River Mills in 2000 as a She started her teaching career at Weed High School before teaching in Nevada for 17 years. The Sheriff ’ s dispatcher received an incomplete 9-1-1 call at 1: 46 p. m. March 8, 2010 from apartment 16 at the Mountain Senior Apartments on Roff Way in Burney. REDDING — The 2010 home invasion - strongarm robbery was resolved last month with the last of the two sentenced to state prison. The responding deputies determined that Vern Pro Ward and Paul...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 17 May 2011

a voice. His and Lees’s reasoning - it could end up costing the county money ( even though the CSD had already taken steps to insure against that in passing their resolution to help form one). The most telling reason however was that if they formed one ( gave Fall River a voice) then other communities in the county would want Fall River Valley to support the concept of a Municipal Advisory Board ( recognized as a legitimate type of entity to form) by the state. Hawes made it abundantly clear during the political round of the windmill project that it meant money for the county and he didn’t want to waste his time listening to constituents. He wasn’t enthusiastic about helping his constituents get a shot at the windmill set aside funds and was visibly barely luke warm when casting a no vote to the county’s dumping two thirds of its low income - high density housing in the Burney - Fall River area. The latter angered enough people in the STAFF Publisher: Donna Caldwell Editor: Walt Cal...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 17 May 2011

( l-r) Renee Angel, Peggy Snelling, Norma Mercado, Shirley Trammell, Renee Schneider. Not pictured: Cecilia Venegas. Walk for Wellness Get your exercise, celebrate Mental Health Month and replenish local food banks at our first walkathon Bicyclists, runners, walkers and people in wheelchairs are welcome. Make a cash or canned food donation lo participate tir sponsor u walker The Ruby Award honors women who are working to improve the lives of women and girls through their personal and professional activities. This year’s recipient is Peggy Snelling, who The Violet Richardson Award honors young women between the ages of 14 and 17 for volunteer service to their community. Cecilia Venegas was awarded this recognition that was named after the Founder and First President of Soroptimist International in 1921, Violet Richardson Ward. Soroptimist International of Burney – Fall River held their annual awards luncheon Wednesday, May 11th. At the luncheon six ladies were honored for their impre...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 17 May 2011

Page A-4 May 17, 2011 Mountain Echo Fall River Real Estate... As the oldest established real estate brokerage in the Fall River Valley, we have over 100 years of combined experience. Whether buying or selling, our dedicated team of real estate professionals will guide you through a drag free drift of the real estate process. The world is 70% water, we take care of the land Experience counts and Fall River Real Estate has it Fire Department gets $ 8,327 grant it. This year they gave out a total of $ 1,600. A check for $ 300 was sent to the Mountain Community Center. Checks for $ 200 each went to the Big Valley For that reason the club voted to redirect the money they had raised for the scholarships to help support a number of local organizations who need lege. applying for automotive classes in col- BURNEY – The Mountain Cruisers Car Club has supported Intermountain Area Scholarships through the funds raised by putting on the Rex Club Car Show on Memorial Day. However, the local scho...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 17 May 2011

Roy J. Ontano, age 88, of Cassel passed away peacefully on May 10, 2011. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Reba, children Doug and Kathy Ontano of Fall River Mills, Gary and Janet Ontano of Livermore, California, six grandchildren and six great grandchildren. In memory of Roy Ontano Echo Taps Burney May 21 set for Photo by Val Lakey The Firewise Communities booth and literature was just one of numerous displays folks could browse through at the Fire Prevention Expo. BURNEY – The Burney Veterans Honor Guard will conduct Echo Taps at 10: 30 a. m. May 21 at the Burney Bailey Street Cemetery. The public is welcome. The derby, sponsored by the Pit River Rod and Gun Club and the Department of Fish and Game, Ash Creek Wildlife Area June 18. ADIN – The 16th annual Junior Fishing Derby is set for 8 a. m. to noon Mountain Echo reporter McARTHUR - Fire agencies and private vendors gathered at the Skuce Pavilion last weekend to provide information to the public regarding fire safety. The ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 17 May 2011

nas. Reducing our costs Fall River Valley CSD raiser included a silent auction, live auction, duck poop bingo, raffles for shot guns, rifles, art McARTHUR — The Ducks Unlimited - InterMountain Chapter hosted their 3rd annual banquet at the Fairgrounds last Saturday. The fund- hosted annual dinner prints, cutlery and other art pieces along with hunting supplies with Travis Corder MCing the event and Jerry Kresge as auctioneer. Guests enjoyed a prime rib/ chicken dinner catered by Angeli- Ducks Unlimited John Van den Bergh The District will be contracting with grant writers specializing in solar; first to fund the engineering of the plant, and then of the construction of the plant. It will be built next to our sewer ponds, behind the airport. itself and has a substantial benefit to the district. In other words, the rate payers will not be paying for the development or construction of the solar plant. A solar project will not only help us reduce costs, it will bring in additional reven...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 17 May 2011

Photos by Ron Mosher ( Clockwise from top) • Burney’s Cody Smith starts double play. • Raider Macloud Luntey finishes the DP. • Catcher Alex Courtright swamps pitcher Michael Childers as 1st baseman Macloud Luntey joins in the celebration. • Coach Tony Pellegrino and senior Alex Courtright can’t contain smiles. • Coach Tony Pellegrino nervously watches FR threat unfold in 8th inning. Opening Round Playoff Action The Bulldogs got a ground out for the second in the inning, and FR’s second baseman Austin Reynolds made a The next raider in the batters box hit a grounder to first that scooted under the first baseman’s glove, scoring Urlie from second and a Burney 3-1 bulge. Luke Urlie then beat out a bunt to again put the corners full, and with Urlie stealing second and drawing a throw, George scampered home for a 2-1 Burney lead. double. Luntey with a Brandon George hit a bouncer back to FR hurler Colton VanRiet, who’s throw to first was high, and Burney had runners at the corners with ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 17 May 2011

1. Maxwell MoMountain 202011 SOFTBALL Division 6 NSCIF Playoff Brackets 2011 1. Westwood 8, Bye Tues, May 17 Westwood Thurs, May 19 4. Maxwell Tues, May 17 5. Princeton Preliminary rounds played at team with highest seed. Championship Saturday, May 21 at Shasta College Libert 1 3. Liberty Liberty 7, Duns. 6 6. Dunsmuir Tulelake Tue, May 17 4:00 p.m. 7. R. Christian Tulelake 2. Tulelake Tulelake 5, R.C. 1 Maxwell is loaded with hitting and pitching - with a team batting average of .421 and ten no-hitters by the hurling staff. They are led in hitting by J. Bowen at .643 with 42 RBI’s and T. Wells at .627 with 13 home runs and 47 RBI’s. The ten no-hitters, including their latest in their 10-0 opening round playoff victory against Hayfork, is a national record by a high school pitching staff. Burney comes into the game against Maxwell after edging Fall River, 6-5, with Michael The Maxwell Panthers have statistics that would put fear into any opposing coach. The enter the second round of...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 17 May 2011

*3» s Photo by Ron Mosher PAIR OF LOCALS... head to head in 400m. ( l) Burney JV Andrew Masters and ( r) BV’s Marco Escareno. Photo by Ron Mosher HURDLER... Big Valley sophomore Megan Fairchild easily clears hurdle in 110m race in Tulelake. 7 -.-si ' jLELAKE TULELAKE p. Photo by Ron Mosher THROUGH THE NET... Burney junior Kyle Taylor in process of competing in discus competition. Tuesday, May 17 BASEBALL PLAYOFF SEMI-FINALS Burney at Maxwell, 4 pm SOFTBALL PLAYOFF ROUND ONE Chester at Big Valley, 4pm Fall River at Hayfork, 4pm Thursday, May 19 Games start at 4pm SOFTBALL PLAYOFF SEMI-FINALS Saturday, May 21 CHURCH DIRECTORY Intermountain Area FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 20400 Timber ( at Juniper), Burney, CA. 335-3723 Sunday Worship: 9: 30am Visitors Welcome TULELAKE SETTING A NEW PERSONAL RECORD... Fall River senior dles at tri-league meet in Tulelake Thursday afternoon. Photo by Ron Mosher senior Jonny Fourney easily takes first in the 110m hur- SOFTBALL & BASEBALL CHAMPIONS...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 17 May 2011

Victims of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault SHASTA WOMEN’S REFUGE In Lassen County call Crisis Line Lassen Family Services, Inc. 257-5004 (collect) 24 HOURS A DAY No one deserves to be abused! HELP WANTED CLASSIFIED PAGES STATE LAND FOR SALE/ OUT OF REAL ESTATE SACRIFICE SALE - Nevada’s 3rd Largest Lake 1.5 hours South of Tahoe on California border, 1 acre Panoramic Lake View/ Access $ 24,900 ( was $ 49,900). 1.5AC Bold Lake Front $ 89,800 ( was $ 149,900). Very rare gorgeous homesites, central water, paved roads. Awe inspiring views. Owner says sell! 1-888-705-3808. ( Cal-SCAN) NOTICE FOR BIDS The Modoc Fire Safe Council ( MFSC) is seeking a contractor to submit bids for three shaded fuel break projects in Modoc County. Three separate bids will be required for each project area: 1) approx. 237 acres in Modoc Recreational Estates; 2) approx. 44 acres in Lower Rush Creek; and 3) approx. 50 acres in Rush Creek Estates. Scope of services: Contractor will be responsible for chipping...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 17 May 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 17 May 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 24 May 2011

trustees outlined several areas of concern including SB1953, legislation requiring a seismic ret- panies. ing field in dealing with private insurance com- Congressman Herger was provided with information regarding the size of Mayers service district, which covers over 12,000 square miles and 18,000 residents. Concerns over medicare and medical cuts which could lead to the closure of the long term and OB care in the Fall River Hospital were a focus. Currently those two areas do not produce revenue for the hospital, but are needed services. “Over 42 percent of our population is over 70 years old.” Rees said. SEE HERGER, A-6 and Milfoil Star Thistle top agenda Hospital CEO, Matt Rees, along with other management and board FALL RIVER MILLS - After receiving a tour of the Mayers Memorial Hospital facility, Congressman Wally Herger joined administrators and board members for lunch to discuss some priority topics for the local health facility. Herger expressed his admiration for what Mayer...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 24 May 2011

Rosa Martinez “Silent No More” lo it! e paper - don' r you don't 1 ant to see it in To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men.” President Abraham Lincoln (530)336-6262 or (800)327-6471 The Award Winning Mountain Echo 43152 Hwy 299E P.O. Box 224 Fall River Mills, CA 96028-0224 Phone/Fax E-Mail mtecho@shasta.com • We reserve the right to edit for length and potential libel. We consider political endorsements and or support or attacks on any candidate or political party during an election campaign cycle to be paid advertisements and will request payment in full prior to running them as display ads. • Letters to the editor: It is our policy to print letters sent to us for publication. • We do not guarantee that they will be printed the same week as received. • All letters submitted must be signed and the authorship verifiable. LETTERS POLICY • Thank you letters can not be more than 50 words or two paragraphs, whichever is the least, and can not contain names of ind...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 24 May 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 24 May 2011

Hours: Tuesthnj Fri 10:30am to 5:34pm it 11am to 4pm Closed Sun & M> 335-3717 arthstoneHealthFoods(8gmail.c Need work done on your trees? Hawkins Timber Falling will do it! formance data based on the California Standards Tests and the California High School Exit Exam, to evaluate school academic performance over time. Schools that reach the Honor Roll have met a rigorous standard of increasing and sustaining grade level proficiency over four years and closing achievement gaps when they exist. These schools are bright spots in our public education system from whom others should learn best practices peer-to-peer. • McArthur: Pine Grove Cemetery - 10 a. m. • Burney Mt. Cemetery-noon. • Fall River Mills Cemetery - 11 a. m. View Memorial Day Services set Memorial Day services are scheduled for Monday. The Honor Roll is the premier school recognition program in California that uses hard data, individual school and student subgroup per- “We are so proud to be recogni...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 24 May 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 24 May 2011

Congressman Herger, who is the chairman of the subcommittee on health, is visiting health care facilities to get a better picture of what is going on.“ It is not an easy problem, we just have to roll up our sleeves and go after it. I am committed to working with you to make things happen.” He said. I wish I had better news, but the good news is that the problems are so serious it is forcing us to focus on it.” of the construction that should be done, the total is $ 48 million. Rees told Herger“ We really need your assistance with these issues.” (530]336-7334 I Moraine Associates Ami Insurance Service I www.MaraMi*Ai5orij|*t.awr & ■ m CA Insurance ■ License Bob Mm Fiirmnrf mfonnatiffli. tall today Anthem ® F. R. Elementary students enjoy their annual Fine Arts Festival Photo by Linda Corr Fall River Elementary students were tutored in art by Fall River High School Art students under the direction of Art teacher Alexis Johnson. planned an art activity to do with their grou...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 24 May 2011

if w Panthers tame Bulldogs for another section title 8 v; 1 *'" if _2 mm I" " 4* T ► tin Fall River a bridesmaid again Photo by Ron Mosher OUT AT THE PLATE... Fall River catcher Lauren Vestal makes the tag on diving Maxwell runner in NSCIF D6 championship game Saturday won by Maxwell, 9-6. 1-0 lead. Maxwell threatened to score in their half of the second, with a lead off walk, and a wild pitch moved the runner to second. The next hitter beat out a bunt and soon there were runners at second and third with one out. Then it was a sharp hit to second baseman Vigil who fired home to nail the runner for the second out. Bulldog hurler Mandy Maxwell again threatened in the third, Lakey then struck out the next hitter to escape the inning unscathed. Fall River picked up run number two in the third, with Maryann Parker dropping a hit into short center field. Then with two out and Parker now on second, Catie Thompson ripped a run-scoring double to give the Lady ‘ Dogs a 2-1 lead. SE E FR / Pa...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 24 May 2011

Here’s where the locals fared: Michael Childers, Alex Courtright, Cody Smith and Macloud Luntey. In softball, Haley Ashe was recognized. ball squad were honored Area SCL All-League named_____________ For Fall River, Lauren Vestal and Mandy Lakey were selected for their softball talent, while Colton VanRiet and Tyler Kirk earned the honors in baseball. Maryann Parker and Sterling Humphry earned Honorable Mention from the league coach- Nine Intermountain Area softball and baseball stars were named to the Shasta-Cascade All-League squads this past week. Big Valley’s EL All-League will be in next week’s issue. VAVANRIET: 3rd in on-base-per-centage (. 587). KIKIRK: 1st in HR’s ( 5), 1st in slugging percentage (. 940), 2nd in RBI’s ( 19). LULUNTEY: first in stolen bases ( 21). COCOURTRIGHT: 3rd in RBI’s ( 15). SMSMITH: 1st in strikeouts ( 56), 1st in wins ( 6), 2nd in ERA ( 1.76). CHCHILDERS: 1st in RBI’s ( 24), first in ERA ( 1.35), 2nd in batting (. 537) and second in HR’s ( 3). For the...

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