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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 January 2008

school board It was igloo weather A draft airport layout plan exists for the Weaverville airport and it must be finalized before a comprehensive land use plan ( CLUP) can be developed based on the information in the layout plan. Planning staff has been reduced over the past few years ( Back page, this section) basis pending the completion of airport layout plans that are to be followed by comprehensive land use plans required for each of the county’s five airports. The broader safety zones were adopted on an interim the case of Zone 1, prohibited altogether, and a number of properties that had been located in less restrictive zones have been impacted by the more stringent regulations. The 2003 action expanded the areas in which development is strictly limited or, in The six interim safety zones around each of the county’s five airports were expanded in 2003 by the ALUC following a lawsuit against the county resulting from a fatal accident that occurred at the north end of the Weaver...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 January 2008

On January 14, Trinity Lake was up 0.67 feet from the preceding week. The lake level was 75.27 feet from the crest. The lake stored 1,400,784 acre feet with an elevation of 2,294.73 feet and a maximum depth of 390.73 feet. Water flowed into the lake at a rate of 831 cubic feet per second ( c. f. s.). By HOLLY ANDERSON ( 530) 623-2324 Golden Age Center News Tuesday 8 Wednesday 9 Thursday 10 Friday 11 Saturday 12 Sunday 13 Monday 14 Averages Rain for week: 1.79 Rain to date for year starting July 1, 2007: 19.17 Weather a year ago Average High 45 Low 16 Rain to date 10.51 NA 32 33 Low For the week ending January 14, 2007 High NA 37 40 ( NA) Hayfork, 7 p. m., 12Step study/ discussion, Solid Rock Church on Tule Creek Rd. & Hwy. 3. Call Jeff at 628-4345 or Eddie at 628-4285. ( NA) Weaverville, 7: 30 p. m., Serenity in Trinity meeting, PUD building, Weaverville. ( OA) Lewiston Overeater’s Anonymous, 6 p. m., Lewiston Community Center on Texas Ave. ( AA) Weaverville women’s meet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 January 2008

.... ■ _ 1 W r Yes, you tried all the other methods. You've tried cold turkey cutting down gradually, drugs, even the patch and nothing worked until now. This program is designed so YOU CAN STOP SMOKING with absolutely no willpower 100% seminar guaranteed.* ONLY Either Seminar Mark Gelato Cerified Hypnotist Longtime Member of National Guild of Hypnotists With clinical hypnosis you are aware, in control. You move, think, hear and concentrate without the slightest effort. You'll leave feeling refreshed, feeling good. Page r by JILL RICHARDS Dogwood Estate Winery poured some of its award-winning wines. Raising money for highway signs by JILL RICHARDS Guests also enjoyed the fruits of the R. Merlo Estate Vineyards. La Grange Café in Weaverville was full Sunday with 160 wine tasters supporting the proposed Weaverville gateway monuments. The wine was donated by the six wineries in Trinity County: Alpen Cellars, Butter Creek Ranch, Dogwood Estate Winery, Meredith Family Vineyards, One Mapl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 January 2008

High praise for chief Check it out. It seems obvious the airport has been made to look like a beehive of activity when in fact it is almost abandoned, it is so unused. And finally, if the airport is closed at night, why are the lights and beacon on? We have already been told none of the Redding medical flight crews will ever fly at night. Are there really 16 aircraft based on the field or just 2 or 3? What do the Hayfork residents think? Are there really 47 average aircraft operations a day at the Hayfork airstrip or just 2 or 3 a month? Aircraft operations: avg 47/ day ( for 12-month period ending 11 April 2005). 71% transient general aviation. 29% local general aviation. port Operational Statistics: Aircraft based on the field: 16. Single-engine airplanes: 15. Multi-engine airplanes: 1. First, I tried writing to Chief Smith and I asked him very nicely for his help; I got no response. Fire Chiefs Association President Rog- Roger didn’t mention that I, an elected director, was forbi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 January 2008

Barbara Polka Fellow $ 1000 + Benefits above plus 2 tickets to each Trinity Players performance during the year. FRANCESCAS LING LOUNGE Name Address Phone PR E-mail I would love to be a part of the Trinity Players Board I would love to volunteer: Directing Costumes Happy Sets Fundraising The varsity girls fell be- The JV Girls started off the night with a loss, followed by a win for the JV boys. Coach Ernest Jones said,“ All 13 boys got a chance to play and everyone contributed.” The Wolves were scheduled to play Fall River earlier in the week, but after the recent storms kept the Bulldogs from making it to Trinity, the games were rescheduled for Saturday, Jan. 12. Fall River Peter Lackey had 19 points, Kenny Nugent had 14, Zack McKnight had 10, Jason Adkins had 9, Jeremiah Hymas had 7, Dane Hagen had 5, and Daniel Bradford and Kurtis Cartwright each had 2. neck during the second half, sending the Wolves into overtime where the Cougars won the night, 68-70. PeterLackeyhad19 hind the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 January 2008

“To put this property under these restrictions indefi nitely and perhaps permanently, show me where it was actually imposed,” Iford said, adding she for one does not want to wait for a CLUP which is 20 years overdue already and will not be an easy process to get through. Debbie Iford responded that it is up to individual property owners who want to fi nd out where the safety zones fall on their property to hire a surveyor because the county doesn’t know, and argued that her property was created in 2001 with the idea it would be two years before the airport was relocated. Freeman agreed, saying“ we need to make it a priority to get the CLUPs done so we’re not holding people hostage and look at the relocation costs that have gone up. We may not be relocating this airport and we need to know the footprint. I can’t see holding people up when in my mind we can’t afford to relocate the airport.” Supervisor Wendy Reiss commented,“ That was in 2003 and this is 2007 and we still don’t have t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 January 2008

r By K ATIE QUINN ( 530) 778-3307 katie q@ hu ghes. net Lewiston Sluice Box As the Riv er Flo ws By TERRI LEACH & BECKY HALL All Clients Welcome Electronic Refund Checks Refund Anticipation Loans & Providing Income Tax Preparation & Bookkeeping Services for Individuals ~ Partnerships ~ Corporations Jennifer Styczynski, EA Heather MacLaren and Bookkeeping Trinity Tax 31165 State Highway 3, Weaverville Call for Appointment ( 530) 623-2990 Hudson went to work for the district attorney part time last November and started full time at the beginning of January. Harper noted that Hudson brings 30 years of ex- perience as an attorne y to his office and that although not all the time was spen t in a courtroom,“ it hel ps satisf y a lot of the gran t requiremen ts I brou ght up durin g bud get hearin gs. It sprea ds the work around the office so the state can see we have appropri-a te people handling different things.” During last year’s county budget heari...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 January 2008

the Trinity Alps Golf Course. He will be most remembered for his deep love of his children and grandchildren. Family and friends are invited to attend a celebration of his life on Saturday, Jan. 19, at 3 p. m. at the Trinity Alps Golf Course in Weaverville. A Senior’s View By BARBARA TALVOLA ( 530) 623-2984 Fax 623-4428 By SUE RASMUSEN ( 530) 623-4631 mamarazz@ snowcrest. net Junction City Monitor Norma Dearman had a lot of excitement during the big snow. She needed butane for her tank. The delivery truck got stuck in the snow and it was full of propane. A tow truck from Weaverville and one from Hayfork came to help. A chain was put around We have had a lot of snow here in Hayfork. Snow equipment is out and has been working to keep the roads clear. Our neighbor Bill Smith had his cat out and was clearing driveways. Bill has all kinds of“ big men” equipment. Dump trucks, flatbed trailers and cats, just to name a few. We appreciate his ability to operate all of this equipment especial...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 January 2008

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Kevin Cahill, CPCU Agent, Lic. # 0704886 306 Trinity Lakes Blvd., P. O. Box 459 Weaverville, CA 96093-0459 Office: 530-623-4000 Toll Free: 888-850-0883 Fax: 530-623-1665 24 Hour Good Neighbor Service ® m 0 jL % ~ LANCELOT ~ SAWMILLING Portable Sawmilling Service Lance Harpham ~ ( 530) 623-0818 www. lancelotsawmilling. com Fine Line Building & Design Services Furniture • Design • Construction Drafting • Fine Carpentry Energy Calcs 35 years experience! Eric Blomberg – Lic. # 789990 530-623-4598; Fax 623-9248 P. O. Box 639, Douglas City 96093 Jeanne L. Hodge, CPA 202 Trinity Lake Blvd. Weaverville Phone 623-4787 Income Taxes DRAFTING/ TRINITY ALPS DRYWALL New Construction Remodels Repairs Travis Michel, owner 530-623-4695 CA lic. # 839288 ALPS TRINITY Remodels Water Filtration Service & Repair David Bradford Lic. # 821004 ( 530) 623-5011 Trinity Pump & Supply Water Pump Systems Replacement - Repair Water Storage Home - Ranch - C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 January 2008

WAGON— Automatic, 119,000 miles, one owner. Very well maintained from new. Records available. Excellent car! # 900255 includes warranty. 1991 SUBARU LEGACY AWD 1999 SUBARU FORESTER AWD WAGON— Auto, power options, 104,000 miles. Great shape. What you’re looking for! # 736430, warranty included. $ 6,995. SPECIAL INTEREST CARS, 778-3771. 1-9-2tp SOL D 7-6-tfc HELP WANTED LOOKING FOR WORK or working and need child care? The HUMAN RESPONSE NETWORK can help you find the child care you need. We may even be able to pay all or part of your child care costs. Give us a call at 623-2024 or 1-800-358-5251 or stop by. In Weaverville we’re at 111 Mountain View St. and in Hayfork at the Community Center on Tule Creek Rd. COUNTRY MANOR APARTMENTS in Weaverville HAULING, TREE WORK, CLEANUP, THINNING. Quality work at reasonable rates. 778-3889. 8hp Merc Outboard, $ 300. 1-16-1tp Now Renting 2-bedroom 1 1/ 2 bath $ 710.00 per month TEACHER LONG TERM SUBSTITUTE— Weaverville Elementary School is acceptin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 January 2008

H721/ 2103972 GREAT TRINITY ALPS VIEWS & 12 ACRE PRIVACY! Close to Trinity River, lakes & hiking trails. Great horse property with 2 stall barn with tack room, pastures & miles of trails. Borders BLM. Main floor has approx. 2100 sq ft on this 3 bed, 2 bath log home with attached 2 car garage. Great Room, computer room & partially finished lower level. $ 650,000 PRIVATE 20 ACRES— Minutes from Wvl., lots of trees, awesome potential views of Alps, spring, great building sites. Borders SPI on 2 sides. Only $ 160,000. You can also visit us online at www. bvptrinity. com to view all of Trinity County’s listings! ( 530) 623-3356 – 888 623-2875 H634/ 2103701 COUNTRY LOG HOME ON 4.5 ACRES. Seller financing available. No loan fees or closing costs. Off the beaten path in Douglas City, but has easy access to 299 & the Trinity River. Gorgeous 2400 sq ft 3 bed, 2 bath home with covered porches, deck & barn. Great horse prope...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 January 2008

Thursday, Jan. 16, 1958 50 YEARS AGO Dr. Richard L. Armstrong, Weaverville’s new dentist, has opened his offi ce in the Weaverville Hotel Arcade. Dr. Armstrong has been in general practice in the Los Angeles area. A 1953 graduate of the University of Southern California, he is a classmate of Dr. Rex Allen. His wife Jane and their four children, Ann aged 9, Geoffrey aged 7, Amy aged 5, and Berry 6 months, expect to join Dr. Armstrong when he can fi nd housing. At the present time he is in the process of disposing of his home in Los Angeles. Harvy and Sam Bigelow, proprietors of the Mountain Market, are 75 YEARS AGO After one of the longest periods in January without rainfall for years, the cold dry spell was broken early Wednesday morning, when a light snow began to fall, continuing rather steady until noon. During the storm, over 12 inches of snow fell in Weaverville, 10 inches in Hayfork, 12 inches at Ruth and only 2 inches in Salyer. The snowstorm prevailed as far south as Redding...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 January 2008

Racing on a one-wheel bike Chris Kennedy, a local teacher, rides a unicycle on a race course in Redding last Saturday. Racing on“ uni’s” is catching on. See story on page 7. mf 90 days in jail for animal cruelty Call them big-game fishermen Bar resident, Wayne Burditt, installed a large-screen TV on his property next to a popular fishing hole. This photo was taken by Jane Merritt, who also lives on Poker Bar Road. Several fishermen watched the National Football League playoff game last Sunday while sitting in their boats on the Trinity River by Poker Bar Road in Douglas City. A Poker Board balks at some fee increases Director of Building and Develop- ( Back page, this section) The county’s fee schedule for services it provides to individuals is reviewed each year based on the actual overhead costs associated with providing the specific services. By law, the county is allowed to charge up to its actual costs, but no more. The 15 percent increase also applies to some of the building d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 January 2008

Trinity Family Medical Group, free blood pressure clinic, all day, except noon-2 p. m. Planned Parenthood, Weaverville, 9: 45 a. m. to 4 p. m. Bingo, Douglas City Fire Station, 7 p. m. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24 Soroptimist International of Trinity County, noon luncheon meeting at the Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Road. Domestic Violence Support Group, Weaverville. Call HRN at 623-2024 for meeting time and place and for further information. ( AA) Weaverville, 7 p. m., Friday Night Specials, TPUD Building. ( AA) Hayfork, 7 p. m., Big Book Study, Solid Rock Church on Tule Creek Road and Highway 3. Call Eddie at 628-4285. ( AA) Lewiston, 7 p. m., CCC Group, Lewiston Community Center on Texas Ave. ( NA) Weaverville, noon, Just for Today, Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Rd. Planned Parenthood, Weaverville, 9: 45 a. m. to 4 p. m. Call 623-2386. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25 Bingo, Lewiston Moose Lodge, 7 p. m. ( AA) Hayfork Haywires Group, 7 p. m. open discussion, Solid Rock Church on Tule Creek Roa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 January 2008

Thank goodness we have someone with a tractor to fix our roads. Thanks, Rob and Terry, for making the road goo d enoug h to drive on. My thanks goes out to the per-s on who called and sugges ted that we make a plea for gas By K ATIE QUINN ( 530) 778-3307 katieq@ hughes. net Lewiston Sluice Box A list of the propose d fees is available at the water dis- trict office. No increases are proposed for the district’s monthly wa- ter rates, which for a sin- gle household are $ 16.50 for the first 500 cubic feet and $ 1.645 for every 100 cubic feet after that. Increases are also pro-posed for water service in-stallation fees and for fire hy-dran t installation. distribution system facilities. As recommended in a mas- ter plan completed in 2002, the capacity charge and oth-er fixed char ges are ad justed annuall y based on the Con-struction Cost Index, said water district manager Da-vid Van Denover. The capacity char ge is meant to hel p pay for peri-o dic expansion and replace-ment of water ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 January 2008

We’ve been pretty cold here, too, and it’s turned out to be pretty good. There are still piles of snow lining our driveway where they were pushed by our neighbors and the backhoe driver— all heroes to us. There’s a picture of him in the newspaper, wading in, holding his bundled-up daughter, her prosthetic leg sticking out of her pants. She has a warm, shiny smile on her face and it looks like she’s giggling her head off at her chicken dad. Sometimes cold is good. She got a good checkup report recently, and the e-mails flew from coast to coast as we all celebrated the great news. On New Year’s Day, her mom and dad participated in the Polar Bear Club’s plunge, a fund-raiser for kids with cancer. At the event, supporters, like her mom, dunked themselves into the frigid waters off Coney Island. Her dad, however, didn’t do the whole-body plunge, opting instead for the chicken foot dip. He only had to step into the water to get credit. A friend of ours in New York has cancer. It’s a mean,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 January 2008

by BILL Hayfork’s Logan Brown drives toward the by BILL BROSCHAT Hayfork’s Mercedes Harrison attempts to pass the ball to Elysha Yeske after diving for the ball. By BILL MUSICK Hayfork girls beat Maxwell Yeske connected on five 3-point baskets en route to a game-high 23 points against the Maxwell Lady Panthers in Hayfork’s 59-40 victory. Leanna Ferrer came off the bench to score 18 points. Harrison added 8 points and S. Curry and Reynolds each scored 5 for the Lady Jacks. In the loss to Etna, Hayfork was unable to overcome a first quarter in which they were outscored 7-2. Yeske led the Timberjacks with 11 The Timberjacks were forced to play Maxwell without senior guard Lyndsey Ferguson who suffered an ankle injury against Etna in the 33-31 loss. Mercedes Harrison ( sophomore) joined freshmen Jamie Curry and Alysha Yeske, and juniors Chelsea Reynolds and Sarah Curry in the starting lineup for Hayfork against the Panthers. The Hayfork High School Lady Timberjacks lost a close home gam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 January 2008

zoning changes, variances, use permits and appeals of planning decisions. Supervisor Jeff Morris agreed that“ there is some shock factor here, but may-be it’s also a reality check in that I don’t think these fees have been ad justed in sever- al years or that a full analy-sis has been done.” ( Continued from page 1) ment Services Wyatt Paxton said the cost for utilities alone at Veterans Memorial Hall is almost $ 11,000 a year and will be even hi gher next year as the cost of propane goes up and the nearl y empty tank needs to be fi lled. but noted“ service to the pub-lic is the highest priority. We are proposing a more detailed checklist for applicants when they come in that will require more work from them, but spee d up the planning pro-c ess and make it more effi - cient.” Another possibility is to hire contract p lanners for specifi c projec ts, which Price said would cost even more but might speed up the process. In contrast, the fees collect-ed from the groups that rent-ed th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 January 2008

By JANE M. BELDEN ( 530) 623-5319 Jstewartbelden@ dcacable. net — Chris Kennedy Last weekend might have signaled the end of Redding’s winter cyclocross series, but it brought much recognition to a sport that’s been catching on in Trinity County – unicycling. Cyclocrossisabikerace Cyclocross is a bike race where riders race laps around a track of grass, gravel, dirt and pavement. The riders negotiate steep hills, muddy stretches, tight turns and they have to dismount to hurdle natural and manmade barriers set in places along the course. Chris Kennedy and Nick Cole, local unicycle riders, heard about cross racing from an avid local biker, Troy Guyerman. They thought it might be fun, so they rode in the second race in the series. The event hosts were so excited to have their first ever uni riders join in that they invited the uni riders to join the rest of the races for the season. By the last race, there were so many unicyclists attending (11 in all) that the race directors added a un...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 January 2008

Memorial services will be held Sunday, Jan. 27, at noon at Forrest Funeral Home in Weaverville. A reception will follow at the Seventh-day Adventist Church. nieces. - J > it He is survived by his sisters, Elizabeth Abrahams and Susan Abraham of San Francisco; brothers, Steven of Seattle and Andrew of New York City; and mother, Emmy of New Paltz, N. Y. He was preceded in death by his father, Dr. David Abrahams, who was head of Trinity County Mental Health from 1971-1973. of FFA, participating in debating. OBIT PAGE __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ She is survived by her husband of 46 years, Earl; children, Marlene, Steve, Elaine, Linda and Joyce; and nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren whom she loved dearly. location: Display Ads, November1TFC 2 inches to Run _______________________________________ ____________________________________________...

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