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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

Photo by Ron Mosher The Friday Nite Social, scheduled for 6-10 p. m. Friday in the parking lot beside Angelina’s at the Rex Club will feature live music, beer, wine and appetizers. m Chinese Restaurant 4t * Rivers, canals and reservoirs may look tike cool inviting places but they can be dangerous * Watch for swift, rising and cold water Pacific Gas and Electric Company® • Never fish, swim, boat or raft alone * Don't dive or jump into unfamiliar water Attain wMqUm orClUl IfarM OUT Chevron 44275 Hwy 299E ■ McArthur W 7 336-5532 Transmission - Brakes ©Tires ■ Smog & 24 Hour Towing 37345 Main Street 1 Burney Products Locally Grown v Health Foods* Enjoy our celebration Mountain Echo Page The 2011 Burney Basin Days Program There will be face painting, The Assembly of God’s “bounce house,” Sierra Pacific’s kids roulette wheel, a bean bag toss, ring the rubber duckies, and sack races. Saturday The Kiddie Carnival, noon to 2 p. m. Saturday in the back of the parking lot at Angeli...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

and lawn chairs or sitting in the bleachers to enjoy a variety of concessions, music by“ The open on the Burney High School Football field Billies” and a pleasant evening. at 5 p. m. The crowd has a choice of bringing blankets Fireworks, this year larger and longer than even last year, starts at dark. K RadioShack. for over SO ye A local traditio The Intermountain A FAVORITE PLA for Ice Cream & B HAMBURGERS ARE OUR Meal Deals * Shakes * Floats and Much More The Burney Basin Days Craft Fair, featuring a variety of arts and crafts is featured in the Safeway Parking lot in the center of town from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Saturday. It is a neat place to browse for the unusual and the bargain. & Nursery Valley Hardware Sales & Service 37400 Mountain View Drive * Burney * 335-5545 RENTAL CENTER Sat. Craft Fair at Safeway 3Tl4flMajn St. - Burney Hours: loam-IOpm Mon-Sal Cy.j) 10am-9pm Sunday /> 335-2211 Hwy 299E Fall River Mills « 336-5583 The Burne...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

ch - Stables ■ Auto * Homeowners ■ Business Mona * Kari - Becky - Barbara ependent Insurance Agent since 1981 ca #o£i$»ao ■ or *e4ine ■ mv #17773 untain 43223 Hwy 299E Fall River Mills. Ca 96028 530-336-S565 They prepare the meat, get the coals ready and spend The Burney Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5689 plan for their Deep Pit Barbecue all year. The week before the celebration they bring in the firewood and make sure the pit is clean. VFW BBQ Saturday 12-6 a. Fogata MEXICAN FOOD Open 11am to 8pm - _ Monday thru Saturday flM9 "7^5 37763 Main Strwt* the night guarding and making sure the traditional meat is cooked to perfection and ready for the event. The vets, with the assistance of the VFW Auxiliary serve a memorable meal with all the trimmings. It is served from noon to 6 p. m. inside the hall. Bed Races kick off super Saturday A favorite in the early days of Burney Basin Days, revived last year, the All-American Bed at the old Exxon Station, next to La Fogata Restaurant in down...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

A new look for fun! A6m Check it out today! We've completely revamped our look, and think you'll find the new 'mood' to be inviting. V 20265 Tamarack Ave • Burney, CA. (530) 335-2334 • PitRiverCasino.com Paul and Connie Voltura invite you to celebrate Burney Basin Days with them at Angelina's at the Rex, Open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Saturday. Steaks * Seafood * Pasta * Daily Specials Proud Hosts of the FRIDAY NIGHT SOCIAL You are invited to the Friday Night Social this Friday evening from 6pm-10pm (under 21 welcome) by the Creek at Angelina's. Wine, Hors d'oeuvres, Beer, and Live Music by "The Billies" $10 for adults * $5 for kids 5-12 under 5 is free Proud Hosts of the KIDDIE CARNIVAL Saturday, July 2nd from noon to 2pm. Fun 'n Games for kids in a fund raiser for many local youth groups f ai me Ktx CLUB 37143 Main St. * Burney * 335-4184 If you think our new exterior look is great... WAIT UNTI1 YOU SEE INSIDE!

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 12 July 2011

Corporal Colts’ grandmother, Sharon Colts of Cassel says he is now able to walk with a cane for support and the steel fragment lodged in his eye is continuing to work its way slowly back out. U. S. Marine Corporal Rick Colts, a 2007 graduate of Fall River High School, wounded June 1 in Afghanistan is mending well. He and his wife Liz are still at the Naval hospital in Norfolk VA. Corporal Rick Colts an IED. The Co r p o r a l was able to yell out a warning before the bomb exploded, but wasn’t able to get his dog or himself out of the way before it exploded. His dog was killed and he was seriously wounded. Wounded Corporal continues to improve UPDATE Bradley says the court will continue to hear its calendared items on the second Wednesday of each month. BURNEY – The Shasta County Superior Court Executive Officer Melissa Fowler-Bradley announced last week that its Burney branch will only have office hours from 9: 30 a. m. to 3: 30 p. m. on Wednesday starting the week of September 9. B...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 12 July 2011

Katie Clift Glenda Jordan Office - Circulation Joy Tjaden Diane Head live in the cities, managed over the years to all but shut down our liveli- creasing the gas tax and floated the idea of putting a tax on driving. We have a beautiful forest. The environmentalists, most of whom have talked about in- the last few weeks, the idiots in Sacramento have to pay the high gas prices because we have no choice when it comes to driving. So, now, in drive time or better from the few stores and other services we have. We BART, no trains. We’re an hour away from the “Big City.” A whole lot of us are 20 minutes W e live in a rural area, you know, the place that has one bus, once a day, no taxi, no they forgot that we don’t have the services to take care of them. But who cares - We’re rural - out of sight, out of mind. the low income - high density housing plan, to put all of the folks they don’t want in the cities up here. It’s a shame But that’s okay folks - The County has a plan to fix those in...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 12 July 2011

* Span- Ribs & Chicken * Watermelon & Hulls * Baked Beans * Fresh (it ten Salad j Itiud. (plrnl Spriii „ FOUNTAIN Vo BBQ V\RL COMPANY NO, Great Fond! Great Friends! Greal Cause! Lt. McArthur graduates from Naval Academy Sunday July 24th 2-7 pm Adults $11) * Children S4 a ting 29 y w'' StJUfefMtrt, VSkimetrFIr* Co. O/ I titer. Wine & Seda miiv be purchased) Proceeds will benefit the fire department. Hat Creek Volunteer Fire Dept. Deep Pit Barbecue is July 16, at the Hat Creek Hereford Ranch and Campground Doty Rd., Hat Creek. Dinner: 1-5 p. m. Barbecue is Saturday The Intermountain Artists are hosting a potluck evening meeting on Thursday July 14, 2011 beginning with a claycrafting demonstration at 6: 00 pm at the Evelyn O. Royce Art Center at Bridge & Main in Fall River Mills. For further information please call Rose Peer at 336-5883 Artists to host potluck He was also on the Navy Trap and Skeet Team, serving as president his senior ye...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 12 July 2011

Debbie's Country Charm is charming MIKE'S AUTOMOTIVE AND rRANSMISSION Mike Vaughn, Owner ■Free Estates 'Guaranteed Work 335-3110 37030 Main Street Burney D A bl «S' e ,43402 Hwy 299E * Fall River Mills, ou e utomotiv We Make Your Car Run Like New! 336-5905 Smog Checks *Brakes *Enqine Repairs *Oil Changes *Air Conditioning www. doubles.mechamcnet.com in- He repairs automobiles and trucks of all kinds, ages, standard and automatic transmissions. He says his first priority is to give warm, friendly service to his customers. Obituary or are looking for a particular item you can call Debbie at ( 530) 722-8681. "3* 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 Es...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 12 July 2011

mountainecho.com Visit us on the web at Because PG& E’s rates are based on the forecasted cost of delivering the energy, less money spent on power in the open market translates into cost benefits for customers. of snowmelt.” into river systems before reservoirs are full,” said Jones.“ River flow changes are controlled for recreational users. We want some reservoir space available in case we have a heat wave or thunderstorm that results in a sudden influx £5 1 Burney Farmers Market July 13 - October 6th Every Wednesday 3 to 6 p Angelina's at the Rex Club's parking lot I nteryiVpuntain Trusted high-quality care close to home. During the on-site visit by a grant committee, which was the final step before awarding a grant, one member asked, ‘ What is the library’s book budget?’ and I simply stated, ‘ There isn’t one; all the books are donated.’ The member gave me a skeptical look when in walked Cecil Fitzwater who loudly announced he had books to donate and where could he pu...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 12 July 2011

American Legion Girls State An honor and opportunity Ten Reasons To Advertise During Tough Times You're Open. Vchj still (um your lights on. Why nul invite people in? tf you are open for business al aJl, you mtial market that business 6. Tgugh Customers, Consumers research purchases mere during tough limes. Be among Itte considered choices The newspaper is the rnsrkelplBoe far shoppers and if you aren't there, yoj may not be considered gs a chowe for those who ere buying. 7. Credibility. Adverting in a crediblemedium is an indication that you are. Opportunity, When the pie gels smaller yoj ui) still gel a larger slice. Advertising during lough times Increases your odds of being the vendor dT choice and seizing share from your competitors. B. Bravado- Never show your fear Advertising indicates your confidence in your business. each year. Nationwide the ALA is made up of 850,000 women that are committed to serving, educating and giving to America’s service men and women. The ALA was f...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 12 July 2011

Intermountain major girls earn area’s third district L. L. crown The event featured planes sponsored by the Expiremental Aircraft Association, chapter 794 of Susanville, and was put on by the Shasta County Sheriff ’ s Flying Posse. Two single engine planes and a twin-engine Cesna flew youngsters around the area in 30minute segments that took them over Glenburn, Lake Britton, Pit River Canyon and back to the airport. Kids from 8 years-old to high school age took advantage of the free flights - for many their first time in an airplane. for area young eagle flyers... It’s Up & Away Photos byRon Mosher I ntermountain Area youngsters got the chance to soar like an eagle Saturday, when the annual Young Eagles Fly Day gave kids free flights out of Stan Tonkin Field in Fall River Mills. Photo by Ron Mosher MAJOR GIRLS CHAMPS... Back row ( l to r) Anna Denny, coach, Alesha Johnson, Amberlynne Smith, Caitlin Braden, Danielle Chandler, coach. Middle row ( l to r) Vanessa Resler, Ma...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 12 July 2011

( below) Mayers Hospital runner, Bo Stier, chugs into third in Mayers win over Storm. m MoMountain Co-Ed Softball League... Two top teams in showdown set for tonight at Washburn-Bue Games are played Tuesday and Thursday evenings, with two games at 6 o’clock, two more at 7: 15pm and a final game each night at 8: 30pm. of the year two nights earlier in a 12-11 win over J& M Heating. Meanwhile the Ghost Peppers defeated High Country Real Estate, 1610 and Storm, 19-12, to keep pace with the leaders and remain in second place - one game behind the back, with two weeks left to the regular season. Other scores from the past week’s action saw Burney Valley Realty edge H& M Heating, 1413, with a walk-off home run in the bottom of the BURNEY - Another big showdown is set when Shasta Green at 80 tangles with Ghost Peppers ( 7-1) Tuesday ( tonight) at 7: 15pm on the big field at Washburn-Bue Park in Co-Ed Softball League action. Shasta Green remained unbeaten by downing ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 12 July 2011

BULLDOGS__ FALL RIVER Day Aug. 26 Date Opponent BIG VALLEY CARDINALS__ FISHING... Can’t wait to drop a line into my favorite fishing spot and haul in the ‘ Big One.’ We’ll let you know next week what gets the most votes. forgot. Let us know by voting on the activities we’ve listed, or choose one we Hot days and cool nights... yep, summer is here. So what is your favorite summer activity? Here’s your chance to see if your favorite is everyone else’s favorite. Day Date Opponent Time E-MAMAIL ecechosports@ yayahoo. cocom or mtmtecho@ frfrontiernet. 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30pm Sep. 9 Sep. 16 Sep. 23 Sep, 30 Oct, 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Weed* at Modoc * at Tulelake * at Etna * U-Prep Chester at Weed St Bernard's Fall River* Time GOLFING... Love getting out on the links and hitting into the rough. Sep. 9 Sep. 16 Sep. 23 Sep. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 5:30pm 5:30pm 5:30...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 12 July 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 12 July 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 12 July 2011

FROM MONTH TO MONTH by Calvin P. 6 Jackie Mathew: AT CHECK OUT OUR ON-LINE CROSSWORD 19 ??. 23. ;>-i 30 33. 35, 36 accessory Seoul's rider Hasp, personnel Irish girl's name see the public eye Polio vaccina Oeveiapei S;;'k Accessory Norman Graceful runner 17th-century ship TV sitcom mom Dignifying Forest animal Edward or New growth Lounging Sch. in East Lansing Commune near Caen box ACROSS Burney Fabricate 335-2231 *DRY CLEANING *FAMILY LAUNDRY *DRAPES Pickup available at Fall River Arts & Trophies Fall River Mills La lamille member Annoy with iaunts School org. Campus gp. Clay jar Book cover piece Contraction Ft. of speech Prizm or Metro Chief support Very cold Fraternity letter Type of oven Opening bets Shade Marino Bow: var. Fertiliser ingredients Hardy Low points Late actor Claude Respiratory ailment View Coin Of an age Goes wrong Asian staple Ah nation Summer drink Personalities Sounds of relief Diet soft drink Tenn. neighbor Slight amount J * Jl-; '} in j...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 19 July 2011

Sponsored by Corder Farms, Intermountain Cattle- Sponsored by C& H Enterprises, Goose Valley Farming, Hovis Hardware, JB Bar Ranch, Spinner Falls Lodge Sponsored by Hogflats Farms, Jen Dean Hair Salon, Val & Tim Lakey, Tom Smith Tile Company, Valley Hardware Sponsored by Bader Real Estate, Carpenter Trucking, Intermountain Insurance Inc, McArthur Farm Supply Mountain Fair’s Inter Sponsored by Adin Supply Co. Steve and Julie Gagnon, California Style – Andrea Fits, Conner’s Well Hailey Stevenson Drilling – Duane Conner, Del Logging, Inc. – Russ & Helen Hawkins, Juniper Junction – Jeff and Shari Nelson Sponsored by Clifford Cunningham Fencing, JMJ Jensen Ranch, Knoch Ranch, Dr. Schmunk Family Dentistry Sponsored by Fall River Golf Course and Country Club, Record Searchlight, Sportsman’s Liquor, Valley Rentals & Materials Queen Pageant is Saturday mer prior to the fair. When the fair added Thursday to the run of the Labor Day festivities, ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 19 July 2011

A weekly newspaper of general circulation published every Tuesday. STAFF Publisher: Donna Caldwell Editor: Walt Caldwell Sports Editor: Ron Mosher News: Katie Clift Glenda Jordan Office - Circulation Joy Tjaden Diane Head Val Lakey Loretta Russell Advertising: Our sincere thanks and blessings to all of you. Sharon Colts, Al Colts And all of our extended family Thank you hardly covers for all that was done for him by this community. Thank You Editor: We wish to express our thanks for all the prayers, calls and concern that was shown for Rick Colts. He is recovering and has returned to his base for further recovery. F rom an e-mail: A look at headlines from a frustrated proof reader’s collection of how it shouldn’t have been said in newspapers. “Man Kills Self Before Shooting Wife and Daughter” I just couldn’t help sending this along. Too funny. was reading was impossible!!! They put in a correction the next day. realized that what he the Editorial Room and asked who wrote this. It to...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 19 July 2011

Corporal Rick Colt’s wife read the latest update on her husband’s condition that we had on mountainecho. com and gave us a further update. “Rick has not been using the cane for a couple of weeks now, he only has a slight limp at times and pain control is very good. He moves up and down the stairs good and we walk long distances a lot.” ter and not blurry anymore. His scars are healing up nice and we are now home( NC) on leave for a bit till Aug when we go back to VA for a appointment to check up with his doctor.” She says The metal in his eye is just very small, its only half way in the cornea so it would have been worse to remove. His vision as I said is good though, basically just built itself back up. The big parts of metal were all removed from his legs, left hand and right upper arm. Truck Pi ' Moid GrossW^rf Sfesttt Soto's Mmm Cowboy! Boots and Country \ Roots 5th, 20ij J The auditor’s noted the fact that the district did not present a“ Management’s Discussion and Analysis” of...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 19 July 2011

FALL RIVER MILLS of the contest will serve as the Wild Rice Ambassador, with two runners up holding the title of Wild Rice Envoys. The first annual contest was held on May 24th, 2011. The winners of this year’s contest are Wild Rice Ambassador Jace Neugebauer ( son of Rick and Theresa Neugebauer), Envoy Thomas Noel ( son of Ted and Debbie Noel), and Envoy Danielle Shaffer ( daughter of Roxanna Shaffer and James Shaffer). The Ambassador and Envoys will represent the Wild Rice Industry at the Fall River Valley Wild Rice Festival, Intermountain New Youth Ambassador Program for Fall River Valley Wild Rice Festival Come see our Ambassador and Envoys in action at the Fall River Valley Wild Rice Festival on August 6, 2011 at Lions Park in Fall River Mills. Festivities begin at noon and run until 9 p. m.. Fair, and other local events. This program was started to generate youth involvement with this agricultural industry, to promote future involvement and emphasize the importance of this com...

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