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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

At 5 Windows Gallery, the show this month features women artists. Last month was the Men’s Invitational and this month is the Women’s Invitational. At the reception, I saw Debbee Holland Olson, Connie Loretz, Sonia Edwards, Emily Bernath, Jeanne Fields, and many more. The food layout was again the best in town and Derrick Riske, the owner of the gallery, kept the table filled with delectable delights. To people who don’t live here, Weaverville is in the boondocks. They are afraid of the mountain curves and drive up the hill carefully. To the mountain men and women who live, work and play here, Weaverville is pretty special and they look at the snow on the mountains with joy. I think Weaverville is a little jewel. From the North 40 Saturday night, Joe Craven was at Mamma Llama and played to a full house. What a kick, what a talent, so comfortable with his audience. It was the third time I was seeing him perform and I enjoyed it completely. We were his last gig of 10. He had been trav...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

The TRINITY JOURNAL March 5, 2008 How eagle was saved The y drove to Lakev-iew Terrace Resort, where the bird was pu t into a lar ge cardboard box and plans were made for the next stage of the rescue. ( Continued from page 1) it to shore. With some help-f ul shoves from Barnes, he struggled back up to the road cradlin g the eag le. “I was in tears,” Hansen said.“ I was so emotional af-ter this.” “What are the chances of three neighbors converg-i ng on this bird at the same time?” he asked. Mana gers of Lakeview Terrace later took the bird to Shannon Lankford’s Trinit y Wildlife Survival Center. Redbud play in April Trish O akes Photogrpahy Actors Rod Gilliam ( left) and Bruce Nelson disagree on a black market arrangement. Hansen was so touched by the experience and the hap-p y endin g that he recentl y held a fund-raiser at a mar- ket in Petaluma to raise mon-ey for Lankford’s wildlife cen- ter. Donations can be sent to the Trinit y Wildlife Surviv-al Center at HC02 Box 1200, Lewist...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

Photos b y PHIL NELSON mm IS 1 5? i * v sic scene. Visit them at www. thesugarbeets. com. The Su gar Beets’ perfor-mance at the Performin g Arts Center is scheduled for Saturda y, March 8, at 8 p. m. Tickets are $ 12 in advance and $ 15 at the door; they are available in Weaverville at Imaginations, Dragonfly Outfitters and Mamma Lla-ma, and in Hayfork at Zion Natural Foods. For more in- formation, call Pat Treadwell at ( 530) 623-2890. Armstron g was raised in Weaverville and attended lo-c Amy Armstrong has joined the Weaverville office of Big Valley Properties. She has been a licensed real es- tate agen t for over 10 years. lo-c New agent at real estate office al schools. She owned a small business and has a paralegal certificate. She and her hus-band, Matt Hudson, moved back to Weaverville about four years ago. You can call Arm-strong at ( 530) 623-5690. To-go orders can be purchased at the door. The cost for the dinner is $ 8 for persons over 12 and $ 4 for those 12 and under. T...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

NORMAN M. WEED Norman M. Weed, 93, of Douglas City, died March 4 at his residence. Bingo came to Junction City this past week and the next Bingo will be March 18. Kathy Adams is still looking for some silent auction gifts. Get ready for the annual Junction City School Taco Feed. The 4th-and 5th-grad-ers will be hosting the Taco Feed on Thursday, March 20, to help raise funds for their trip to Sacramento. The food will be fabulous and the tickets are only $ 5 for kids and $ 7 for adults. You can get tickets from any 4th/ 5th-grader, at the school office, or at the door during the dinner. You won’t want to miss it! We are proud of Hanna Heinrici, Chelsey Hedrick and Savannah Cooke for representing Junction City School at the Trinity County Spelling Bee. Congratulations to Savannah Cooke for winning first place in the 69th grade division! She will be going to the State Spelling Bee this spring. There is an interest in getting the Junction City 4-H active again. There will be a 4H Infor...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

Westwood* ( 2) Champion* ( 2) Trinity ( 2) Elk Creek* ( 2) Maxwell* ( 2) Playoffs Opponent Anderson Tourney ( 2) Liberty Tourney ( 2) Loyalton ( 2) Hoopa ( 2) Princeton* ( 2) Redding Christian ( 2) Trinity ( 2) Time TBA TBA 1: 00 PM 1: 00 PM 1: 00 PM 1: 00 PM 1: 00 PM 1: 00 PM 1: 00 PM 1: 00 PM 1: 00 PM 1: 00 PM TBA Coach: Cassie Rourke Place Redding Redding Redding Hayfork Hayfork Redding Weaverville Hayfork Hayfork Hayfork Elk Creek Maxwell TBA Date Fri., Sat., March 7, 8 Fri., Sat., March 14, 15 Thurs., March 20 Wed., April 2 Fri., April 4 Fri., April 11 Tues., April 15 Fri., April 18 Wed., April 23 Tues., April 29 Wed., April 30 Fri., May 2 May 13, 15, 17 * League Games *** The obvious conclusion is that if you want to be on a championship basketball team it helps if your name is Gonzalez, Bayley or Harrison. *** Randy’s daughter Sherri Harrison also played on the 2005 championship team. This year Ronda had two players on the team, Nick and Ryan, and Randy’s son Scott played for...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

Trinity JV Place Etna V Trinity JV/ V Chico JV/ V Modoc V C V V Willows J V Durham J V Trinity V Fall River V C. V. JV Etna V Etna JV Trinity V Trinity JV Trinity V Trinity JV Hayfork V Trinity V Burney*( 2) 3/ 7-8 May 9,13,17 Playoffs TBA V Head Coach: Steve Biggs; Assistant Coach: Jeff Taylor – JV Coach: Claude Belongia 4/ 29 4/ 26 4/ 25 4/ 19 4/ 15 4/ 11 3/ 28 3/ 28 3/ 26 3/ 21 3/ 25-29 3/ 17-19 3/ 12 Date Trinity ( 2) Etna* ( 2) Mt. Shasta*( 2) Central Valley ( 2) Hayfork ( 2) Trinity*( 2) Trinity Trinity*( 2) Trinity*( 2) Trinity Trinity ( 2) Weed*( 2) Chico Tournament Trinity*( 2) Central Valley Tournament Anderson Foothill ( 2) Opponent Etna Tournament Girls Softball Schedule 200 8 Bo ys Baseball Schedule 200 8 Women’s Hi Series: Robina Crockett, 469; Roxanne Woodhouse, 429; DeAnna Cottone, 424. Women’s Hi Game: Robina Crockett, 176; Roxanne Woodhouse, 157; DeAnna Cottone, 144. Men’s Hi Series: Steve Miller, 625; John Wodohouse, 538; Ernie Curran, 527. Men’s Hi Game: Steve Mi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

years! SPECIAL ORDERS WELCOME! 623-5050 TWO BALL PYTHONS with cage. $ 50. One free rat with cage. 623-0765. 2-27-2tc 2-20-3tc 1985 CAMARO Z-28 T-TOP— A/ C, PW, S, B. Runs good. Needs some body work and TLC. $ 1,500 OBO. 623-3410 after 5. 2-20-4tc TOYOTA TUNDRA, 2000, 4X4 TRD Extra-Cab 4-Door, V8 w/ 69,000 miles. Auto, A/ C, PW, 1990 SUBARU LEGACY ALL WHEEL DRIVE WAGON, 80,000 miles, auto, A/ C. Don’t get stuck without it! $ 4,995. # 4WL944. 623-5050 CARS & TRUCKS NU TU YU AUTO SALES 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. 7-6-tfc 3-5-2tc CHECK MY INVENTORY OF CLEAN, QUALITY VEHICLES— All vehicles guaranteed. Call now! SPECIAL INTEREST CARS, 778-3771. FILO PERAL...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

H721/ 2103972 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 WEB SITE AT: www. coldwellbankerattar. com http:// www. coldwellbanker. com e-mail: coldwellbanker@ com-pair. net 1247 MAIN STREET NEXT TO DMV WEAVERVILLE, CA 96093 394-BORDERING COMMUNITY FOREST -- Immaculate home located on quiet street. Completely fenced with tall shade trees, views of mountains, raised garden beds, oversized double garage with large workbench. Three bedroom, 2 bath home is well maintained, nicely landscaped, low maintenance yard, patio, and a large private deck to enjoy evening sunsets. Inviting covered porch adds a Victorian touch. Interior features numerous skyl...

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

25 YEARS AGO A very informal celebration took place Tuesday morning March 1 at the Trinity County Public Utilities District office as District Directors and employees gathered for donuts and coffee to mark the PUD’s takeover of all management and operations of the District electric system. An internal problem in equipment at the PG& E substation on Mill Street plus two power lines wrapped around each other in Junction City caused a power failure for Junction City, Oregon Mountain and parts of Weaverville on Monday night, which just happened to be the time of the final episode of M* A* S* H*. 125 YEARS AGO Saturday, March 3, 1883 Nut Trees – Mr. E. Cornell desires us to say that he will dispose of a number of young chestnut, hickory, and other nut trees to those who Mrs. Isabella J. Martin will be 100 YEARS AGO Saturday, March 7, 1908 Rainfall for the week 1.72 inches; rainfall to date 29.82 inches; to same date last year 29.68 inches. March came in with the usual fashion...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 12 March 2008

“Belly Buster” tournament being held this Vanessa Vazquez-Jones ( at bottom), a 4th grader at Junction City Elementary School, laughs as she is knocked over during the by PHIL NELSON week at the school. The matches to see which student can bump the other out of bounds will be held each day this week. Jaegel, Reiss unopposed; contest for District 2 seat “At this point, everything is on the table. We’re trying to talk about everything we can to make some savings without impacting personnel, but we have to be prepared,” Jaegel said. He added that county department heads and many staff members have been meeting with each other and County Administrative Officer Dero Forslund to analyze workload options and possible efficiencies from combining and consolidating duties and positions. Noting that the State’S projected deficit has risen from $ 14.3 billion to $ 16.2 billion since January and that state budget proposals to tackle the deficit are changing almost daily, Board Chairman Roger Jae...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 12 March 2008

7: 00 7: 00 CALL TRINITY THEATRE OR TRINITY COUNTY LIBRARY FOR DETAILS. ROTARY FILM FESTIVAL APRIL 6, THE LADY EVE !!! Community Calendar Duke is a neutered rottweiler/ chow cross available for adoption at the Trinity County Animal Shelter. Last week’s dog is still available. Call Animal Control Officer Christine Edwards at 623-1370. The shelter is at the end of Mountain View Street in Weaverville. Looking for a home Weather and Lake Report by PHIL NELSON The Trinity County Sheriff’s Department received the following calls from Monday, March 3, to Sunday, March 9: ( 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 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 meeting, 6: 15-7: 15 p. m., Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Rd. ( NA) Weave...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 12 March 2008

Multiple stops are planned The pilot program will go to outlying areas on weekdays. It will use a new 16passenger bus paid for with State Transportation Assistance funds. Weaverville shuttle has been reduced from fi ve days a week to Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Trinity Transit will begin anew pilot program on Tuesday, March 18, to provide service to outlying areas. In order to accomplish this, the ordinator Kitty Wilson, adding that she hopes the service will be used to get to doctor’s appointments, the Golden Age Center, and many other destinations. The program will be assessed after six months to see how it is doing, she said, adding that if it is well-received, the runs could be increased. along each route. One daily round trip from Lewiston to Weaverville is planned for Monday through Friday. A round trip from Lewiston through Weaverville and Downriver to Willow Creek is planned on Tuesdays and will coordinate with a bus going to the coast. The bus will make an additional r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 12 March 2008

Again, I believe this to be folly. Why punish someone more harshly for murder if he/ she used a firearm? If the victim is killed by drowning, a car, knife, hammer, rock, stick or even bare hands, the killer’s sentence is not as harsh. The victim is still just as dead, so what makes the difference what tool was used? If we want to increase the punishment for the crime committed, I’m all for it, but we should not discriminate against victims whose assailants did not use a specific tool or have a particular motive for committing the crime. This same argument can be made for sentence enhancements. Why do we punish those more ardently for using a particular tool during the commission of a crime? If a person uses a firearm during the commission of a crime, we up the punishment. Donald Berry received an enhancement for using a shotgun as a club. If he had used a rock instead, there would be no firearms enhancement. If we want to increase the punishment for crime, then sign me up, but we ne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 12 March 2008

THE TRINITY PLAYERS present the WORLD PREMIER of George Meredith's classic novel Adapted for the stage by local playwright JOHN R. WARD Directed by BOB NELSON First Special thanks to John and Jill Hod ges of the Victori-an Inn for cookin g the lamb, providing the wine, and host-ing the event. The meal is sym bolic for Christians. It is traditional that all people are welcome. SpecialthankstoJohn On Tuesday, March 18, at 6 p. m., the Victorian Inn will host a Passover Seder meal sponsored by St. Patrick’s Catholic Church and Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Themealissymbolicfor Woman” A Handbook for Everyday Soulwork ” with co-author Catherine Davidson, Ph. D “The Alchemical You are invited to celebrate the publicaton of This is an appointed position for the remainder of a 2-year term ( through December 2009). The appointment will be voted on by the Board Directors in an upcoming CSD Board meetin g. Minimum Re quired Qualifications are: You must have your primary residence within the TC...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 12 March 2008

w 3 Pitcher winds up Wolves pitcher Katie Tennesson winds up during Trinity’s game against Etna at the Anderson girls softball tournament at Big League Dreams Park in Redding on Friday. The Wolves lost 7-10. They have a doubleheader March 21 at Modoc. Lady Timberjacks Coach Cassie Rourke will welcome returning seniors Lyndsey Ferguson and Kayla Camilli along with five juniors from last year’s team. The returning juniors are Brenna Amore, Tracy Johnson, Chelsea Reynolds, Sarah Curry and Hillary Hunter. The Weaverville Elementary School eighth-grade boys’ basketball team finished a successful season at the Crescent City tournament last weekend. Luke Curran won the All-Tournament Award and the Wildcats took home the prestigious Sportsmanship Award. New to the Lady Timberjacks will be Leanna Ferrer, Sidney Russell, Tabitha Johnson and Hannah Hibbs, all juniors; and freshmen Alysha Yeske, Jamie Curry and Courtney Stewart. We were allowed to speak for nine minutes total on all subjects. I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 12 March 2008

m -9 "SMS About Our Schools By CRICKET F. L. KIDWELL, Ed. D., County Offi ce of Education Externally, Rosemary is most effective as an essential oil. This oil can help ease muscular pain, nerve pain, sciatica, and pain due to rheumatism. Rosemary oil can stimulate hair follicles and circulation in the scalp. Herbal Alternatives - Staying Healthy While Lactating: This is a very specifi c issue that I have been confronted with on several occasions. Getting plenty of rest, eating a well-balanced diet full of fresh vegetables and whole grains, and drinking plenty of water is essential to maintaining health while nursing. Manynursingmothers Many nursing mothers want to be able to enjoy the health benefi ts of herbs but are confused about which herbs are OK to take while nursing. Following are several common herbs, easy to fi nd or grow in Trinity County. These The leaves are the medicinal part of the plant, harvested during fl owering. Rosemary has internal and external uses. Internally,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 12 March 2008

Bradford has agreed to assume her new duties at clerk recorder functions. As CAO, Forslund serves at the pleasure of the board and commencing July 1 he will be paid an annual salary of $ 93,681. With benefits, the annual cost for the position is $ 147,502 and it includes oversight of the county libraries and information technology departments. of selling methamphetamine and counts of possession and possession for sale of the drug. He pled not guilty and has been released on $ 50,000 bail. – have driven the price of the smuggled methamphetamine to an all-time high, Brown said. Recent crackdowns in Mexico on importation and possession of pseudoephedrine - which is used in the production of methamphetamine In the United States, her current rate of pay until July 1, when she will be paid at the established beginning salary for the elected position. Forslund said Bradford’s existing position as chief assessor will not be backfilled, which will result in a total cost savings of approximat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 12 March 2008

. ■ The breaking point. Brett Plotzke, Luke Curran and Tyler Robison show confidence in their bridge. I - wmm The audience was small Marty kept encouraging the shy audience forward and after intermission almost everyone was situated in the first five or six rows. After that, The Sugar Beets really played the intimacy card in drawing in the audience especially in a number where Scotty Perey did a take on Mick Jagger. By the end of the performance at almost 11 p. m., I looked down from the light booth and saw half the crowd dancing in the clear area in front of the stage after Marty encouraged them to do so. The band played five encores. The seven members of the band included the fabulous David Burham, violin, Electric 4; Marty Chilla, vocals, acoustic guitar; Scotty Perey, vocals, keys, electric guitar; Megan Bassett, vocals; Matt Keenan, electric bass; Brian West, drums; and Jeremy Wegner, mandolin, electric guitar, sax, and zheng. Producer Pat Treadwell delayed the show, hoping, I ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 12 March 2008

Display No services are planned. Memorial contributions may be made to the Golden Age Center in Weaverville. A memorial service was held March 8, conducted by his brother-in-law Shannon Hinkle, an elder in the Weaverville Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses. PAGE He is survived by his wife, Angela; his stepson, William Lopez; and his three grandchildren, all of Redding; parents Jim and Jackie Dippery; sisters, Angela Hinkle, and Felicity and Larissa Dippery of Lewiston; brothers, Michael Holyfield of Sacramento and Nathanael Dippery of Redding; niece and nephew, Sidney and Cameron Hinkle; and many other relatives and friends. He was born April 1, 1983, in Bradyville, Tenn. He married Angela on Feb. 14, 2008, at Shasta Dam. He was intensely happy being married and was very proud of his new family. He was employed as a roofer. He enjoyed karaoke, both as a performer and as a DJ. He was a pen-and-ink artist. He loved to cook and had considered attending culinary school to be trained as...

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