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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 12 March 2008

Ellison's Bicycle Shop Complete Sales & Service 623-3377 Hwy299 & Weaver St., Wville Cal # 736743 623-1926 Reasonable Rates HERK SHRINER Land Leveling • Septic Tanks Trenches • Driveways • Seepwells Earthwork & Paving • Water Truck Herks Hoe Pilates & j Step Aerobic / ( Classes |" JGet Fit, Have Fun \l / & Look Great! l\' Call for info: llj Jacki Wolverton V 623-2549 623-4118 MIKE ANDY Remodeling Specialist • Additions • Remodeling • New Construction • Decks • Design Over 40 Years Experience Cont. Lic. # 308519 Cont. Lic. # 822702 B1-C2-C6 Trott Const. Co. Fine Line Furniture • Design • Construction Drafting • Fine Carpentry Energy Calcs BUILDING & DESIGN Services F LOOR S SALES & INSTALLATION CFI Professional Larry Horrocks-Lic# 619051 530-623-3017 129 Forest Ave. Downstairs in Courthouse Square Up~Town Storage Storage Cover Your Assets The Biggest Yard in Town Modern & Clean | RVi| Bout...

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

3-5-2tp FILO PERALTA Seamless Rain Gutter Cleaning & Maintenance Repairs & New Installation 623-3277 CA Lic. 707209 COUNTRY MANOR APARTMENTS in Weaverville Now Renting 2-bedroom 1 1/ 2 bath $ 710.00 per month Please contact John or Alex ( 530) 623-3184 If no anwser 888-384-2158 I HAVE SUBARUS IN STOCK! 1990 Legacy AWD sedan, # 618363, $ 2,995. 1994 Legacy AWD Wagon, # 956641, $ 3,695. ‘ 1998 Legacy AWD Sedan, # 212896, $ 5,995. Warranty included from Warranty R. D. Thompson Construction General Contractor License # 905916 739-0439 • New Construction • Remodels • Additions • Repairs Free Estimates in a limited area. Level, Plumb, Square = Thompsonised 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 Moun- 3-5-2tc COFFEE CREEK SCHOOL...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 12 March 2008

EXQUISITE CUSTOM HOME ON 1.3 ACRES. Quality craftsmanship & attention to detail make this 3 bed, 2.5 bath Victorian home in Weaverville with 4 car garage stand out! Home features custom cabinets, vaulted ceilings, wainscotting & molding. Kitchen has stainless steel appliances, island, large pantry & breakfast area. $ 565,000 ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ H614/ 2103497 LOVELY LEWISTON HOME ON 1.32 ACRES. Contractor built home with 2 bed, 2 baths...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 12 March 2008

be assured that it will even out soon, and never mind that you get to do it all over again in the fall when the time goes back. In the meantime, the Hyampom General Store will be back to open on Mondays starting on March 17. Thereisacanatthestore There will not be a Java Jam this Saturday, as Kenny is going up to Oregon to pick up his son, Tyrell, who will be staying with the Breeses for a while. Tyrell is also into the music, and will be joining in at the Jams. The next Java Jam will be on Saturday, April 5, at the community hall. Hearing winner will be announced and then we’ll have a big party! Is the change to daylightsaving time messing with you? It sure is us. No matter that the brain has got a handle on it, the body just can’t seem to catch up with it. Well, State We tried to tell you, but did you listen? No. You went ahead and got out in that garden didn’t you? Not only that, you tried to get it all done in day! And now look at you, all worn out and sore. Hearing Both Hyampom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

5^ lis* '01 Currently, most TPUD customers receive power that has been sent out of the area and then brought back via PG& E’s transmission system. The direct tie project is expected to reduce the TPUD’s costs and allow for quicker system repairs. where it is generated at Trinity Dam. Starting March 12 about 500 TPUD customers north of Lewiston began receiving electricity through this“ direct tie” project, with the rest of the utility’s service area to follow in the next one to two years. A“ ribbon-cutting” ceremony was held Monday at the new Western Area Power Administration substation at the base of Trinity Dam in celebration of the Trinity Public Utilities District’s new ability to provide customers with electricity directly from Cutting the cable is Rep. Wally Herger, who worked in Congress to get the project funded. Also shown are Western’s area manager, Tom Boyko, TPUD board members Bob Winkler, Tom Ludden, Dick Stiliha, Rose Owens, Dick Morris, TPUD General Manager...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

( NA) Weaverville, 7 p. m., Serenity in Trinity meeting, PUD building, Weaverville. Ranch Road. ( OA) Lewiston Overeater’s Anonymous, 6 p. m., Lewiston Community Center on Texas Ave. by PHIL NELSON Looking for a home Shelby is a neutered, 9-year-old black and tan rottweiler cross available for adoption at the Trinity County Animal Shelter. He needs a good home. His“ mom” went into a retirement home. Call Animal Control Officer Christine Edwards at 623-1370. Normal hours for the shelter at the end of Mountain View Street are Monday through Friday from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. The shelter has a webpage, www. geocities. com/ trctyanshelter. ( AA) Willow Creek, 7 p. m., Senior Resource Center on Hwy. 299. ( AA) Lewiston, 7 p. m., 12x12 Book Study, Community Center, Texas Ave. Domestic Violence Support Group, Weaverville. Call HRN at 623-2024 for meeting time and place and for further information. Trinity Garden Club, noon and 1 p. m. meetings, call 6232388 for time and location. Weaverville ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

A free workshop exploring self-employment will be of-fered in Hayfork on Wednes-day, March 26, from 5: 30 to 8: 30 p. m. in the Hayfork Community Center confer-ence room and will cover to pics such as the pros and cons of self-em ployment, wh y goa l settin g is impor tant, wh y business and market-ing p lans are impor tant, and how this small business pro- gram can hel p. To reserve a spot or for more information, call ( 530) 623-2467. The Mi-croenterprise Development Program is a partnership of Superior California Econom-ic Development and Trinity County. Lewiston Sluice Box By KATIE QUINN ( 530) 778-3307 katieq@ com-pair. net A special“ thank you” to all of our volunteers who helped on the clean up of the muse-um and the museum grounds on March 15. You did a great job! JointheTrinityCounty “It is so easy to lose the events and stories of the past, so that is why I want to urge you again to write down any-t hing that you know or hear about the pas t histor y of Trinit y Count y an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

pa Trinity County’s Newspaper Since 1856 The TRINITY JOURNAL P. O. Box 340, 500 Main St., Weaverville, CA 96093 Phone ( 530) 623-2055 Fax ( 530) 623-5382 E-mail trinityjournal@ dcacable. net Mike Wenninger Editor Ad composition composition / printing Lloyd Smith, Bridget Carson Distributor Phil Nelson Photography Barry Leeder Published by Trinity Journal, Inc. Mike Wenninger, President ‘ Monstrous, bloated’ government beast Take a walk down memory lane Part of the one-lane section of Hyampom Road to be walked. by RICHARD KLEIN ‘ Fountain of energy’ With Mr. Morris’s statements, he makes it sound like nothing is right, but he has one solution. That solution is many more taxpayer dollars, period. When he states Congressman Herger has“ done little to benefit the residents of the North State,” this is erroneous. Congressman Herger has worked on securing economic growth by reducing the tax burden on American families, reducing federal regulatory burdens and spending, and reforming entitl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

Lewiston Community Church is giving an Easter gift to the community. The church will hold a free pancake breakfast on Easter Sunday, and everyone is welcome. In between the sunrise service at 7 a. m. and the 11 a. m. service, some of the ladies of the church will be serving pancakes. As this is a gift, there is no charge and donations are not accepted. Free pancake breakfast The community is invited to services at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on Maundy Thursday, March 20, at 7 p. m., and on Good Friday, March 21, at 7 p. m. to remember the arrest, suffering and death of Jesus. A special sunrise service will be held outside the church at 7: 30 a. m. on Easter Sunday, March 23, followed by a community breakfast which will be served until 9: 30 a. m. ( For those who wish to donate toward the cost of the meal, there will be a free-will offering.) A full communion worship will be held at 10: 30 a. m. The church is located at 2150 Main Street in Weaverville, across from the Victorian Inn....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

Shock your mama! Hayfork Volunteer Fire Department Will have its annual Easter Egg Hunt Special area for handicapped on Easter Sunday, March 23 All hunters will leave from Town Square at 1: 00 pm Sharp Easter Go to Church Weaverville Church of the Nazarene ay, March 23 rd at 9:00 4 10:45am Experience the Wonder Award winning Coyotes cheer team Douglas City girls take first place Team participants were: Austin Oiler, Thomas Brown, Quinton Hurlburt, Collin Whaley, Jesse Barone, CJ Boatwright, Ross, James, The Douglas City School boys’ basketball team and cheer team recently participated in the Crescent City Jaycee Boys Basketball Tournament. The Coyotes took fourth place in the C Division. Thomas Brown was selected to the All-Tourna-ment Team and Austin Oiler won second place in the Hoop Shoot competition. Mathew Kane, Kyle Smith, Casey Spanton and Robert Bauman. The team is coached by Claude Belongia and Bob Brown. In the cheerleading competition, the Coyotes took first place in the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

Make-A-Wish bake sale Hayfork shortstop Tracy Johnson tags out the Hoopa base runner at second base during the Liberty Tournament held in Redding last Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The Hayfork girls won all three games they played, beating Mercy 4-2, Chester 6-2 and Hoopa 8-7. Photos by BILL BROSCHAT A Hunter Safety Certification class will be held March 26, 27 and 28 from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. each day in the Agriculture room at Hayfork High School. Participants must attend all three classes. Bring your own lunch or eat downtown. At registration, a parent or legal guardian must accompany anyone under age 18. Youth 11 to 17 may attend the class by themselves, while children 9 and 10 are encouraged to be accompanied by a parent or guardian during the entire class. Do not bring weapons. No live firing is involved. School students may sign up in the office, or call 6285639, giving name, age, address and telephone number. Registration will be completed at class on March 26. Hunter safety ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

No decisions were made at the informational workshop last week. Paxton said he will schedule and advertise a meeting of the airport relocation advisory committee to consider the recent study’s conclusions and develop a recommendation to the county board of supervisors concerning future action. Wagner said if the county decides to continue pursuing the airport relocation, the next step would be to develop new construction cost estimates for a replacement facility that would then undergo a new environmental review process since the preferred site would not be one of the three that were previously studied. The revised analysis is available for public review on the consultant’s Web site at www. coffmanassociates. com. Some suggested there may still be other potential sites to look at, but Wagner said“ if there’s another site out there someone thinks would work to upgrade as a public facility, we certainly didn’t see it.” cause of some negative individuals and naysayers who didn’t want i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

at mi ■ By JANE M. BELDEN ( 530) 623-5319 Jstewartbelden@ dcacable. net 50 The TRINITY JOURNAL 4 V Gabon boy with his gift 1__ by PHIL NELSON that the primary purpose of the living fence is to keep the younger students inside. The students also learned some things about horticulture. Bay Hosmer, who plans to build a living fence as a privacy screen at her house, pointed out a female willow, noting,“ They’re more green and they grow different and the males are gold.” The Free to Learn Center provides classes two days a week for students who are home-schooled. Students from the Mattole Free to Learn Resource Center at Lowden Park mend the living willow fence they created around the garden area to the facility. From left are Joanna Bauer Goldsmith, Bay Hosmer, Rosalee Alvord and Jessica Hamilton. About 20 students worked on the project in November and December with willows harvested from the river. A flower and vegetable garden will be planted inside, said instructor Sonja Williams, ad...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

623-8630 Kudos Flowers • Candy • Balloons • Gifts • Gift Baskets We Deliver 515 Main Street, Weaverville The Hayfork Cemetery Association has been preparing the cemetery for hydro seeding on March 20. Sunday, March 2, brought a large volunteer crew out. Volunteers worked for hours raking leaves and rocks, fi lling low spots with good soil and picking up trash. HCA urges the public to remove all sentimental ornaments from the cemetery no later than March 19. Items not removed can be removed by HCA after this date. Items Work planned at Hayfork Cemetery may be replaced after May 10. Thursday, March 20, is the Coffee Creek School’s Mexican Feast from 5: 30 to 8 p. m. Adults are $ 10, children under 10 are $ 5. Or you can reserve a table for up to six people for $ 40. Client likes _________________________________________ ~ ~ ly seeking out donations and putting together fund-rais-ers to bring in the necessary money to keep our fi refi ghting and rescue equipment in top notch condition....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

Up~Town Storage Storage Cover Your Assets The Biggest Yard in Town Modern & Clean | RVi| Bonis | Allies] 623-6064 For all Your Mini Storage Needs When the rest are full'call us! 211 Hwy 3 Weaverville EAGLE ROCK, INC. Cal. Lic. # 546388 Sand & Gravel Shale Road Base Drain Rock Asphalt Paving ( Free Quotations) Radio-dispatched Trucks Call 623-4444 Fax 623-1984 P. O. Box 1498, Weaverville CA 96093 Workout every major muscle group and burn up to 500 calories in 30 minutes. Tina Scott, Owner 623-4818 Furniture • Design • Construction Drafting • Fine Carpentry Energy Calcs BUILDING & DESIGN Services Fine Line Trott Const. Co. Remodeling Specialist • Additions • Remodeling • New Construction • Decks • Design Over 40 Years Experience Cont. Lic. # 308519 Cont. Lic. # 822702 B1-C2-C6 623-4118 MIKE ANDY im Dnsy&vfjg Outfitters For All Your Hunting, Fishing & Camping Needs 623-4999 35 years experience! Eric Blomberg – Lic. # 789990 53...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

1997 DR PRO POWER WAGON— 6hp engine, 4-speed forward, 1 reverse. Cargo weight capacity 800 lb. ( about 1/ 3 cubic yard). 1997 Sears Chipper/ Shreader, 10hp engine. Call Larry at 530-623-1020. RECEPTIONIST— Weaverville Office. Opening date March 13, 2008, closing date, March 27, 2008. Native American Cash Assistance Program in Trinity County. Experience working with tribal people helpful. Clean DMV, F/ T with benefits. Go to wwwcttp. net for application and job description. Contact Jolene Crawford at ( 707) 262-4400 ext. 124 with questions. Fax resume and application to ( 707) 274-8798. Indian hiring preference applies. 3-19-2tc ERS, MAINTENANCE, DISHWASHER, COOK. Applications can be picked up at the office Monday - Friday from 8 a. m. to 4: 30 p. m. Mandatory drug testing. 3-12-2tc ALL NEW 1-YEAR WARRANTY 20% OFF! 8kw gas generator, $ 2,600. Gas portable compressor, $ 1,080; pressure washer, $ 782; 3x3 Trash Pump, $ 1,376. Will deal! 623-4139. 3-5-tfc HELP WANTED sitions: STORE CLER...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

We have land listings all over Trinity County from 1 acre up to 160 acres! Member of Trinity & Shasta MLS Carol ‘ NANCY’ Dean, Broker 623.7664 Diane Campion, Associate 623.5093 Jeanette Soffner, Associate 598.7618 30911 Hwy 3, P O Box 2703, Weaverville, CA 96093 Our Office Location: L-815 BEAUTIFUL RIVERFRONT PARCEL. Great building site with tall trees. $ 375,000 water meter, 2 car garage & storage shed. $ 68,000 L-816 DOUGLAS CITY 1.53 ACRE LOT. 1.53 acre lot with L-819 LOT ON STEINER FLAT ROAD. 1.99 acre $ 40,000 L-818 LOT IN DOUGLAS CITY. 2.02 acre with water meter. $ 60,000 C-816 WVL COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. ½ acre lot with 1 bed office/ house & metal shop bldg. Reduced to $ 245,000 H-820 LEWISTON HORSE SET-UP. 3 bed, 2 ba newly remodeled house on 1.86 acres. Barn, pasture and city water. $ 350,000 L-822 TWO LEWISTON LOTS. Both with building pads, water & under ground electricity. 2.3 acre $ 125,000---3.7 acres $ 150,000 H-823 NEW CUST...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 19 March 2008

March 10, 1983 First year Brownie Scout of Weaverville, Jennifer Boorman, sold more than 200 boxes of Girl Scout cookies within a four-hour period during the Scout’s recent cookie drive. Jennifer, a first-grade student at Weaverville Elementary School, is the daughter of Henry and Debbie Boorman. Rainfall for the week 2.80; rainfall to date 23.35; same date two years ago 19.13 inches. Saturday, March 18, 1933 75 YEARS AGO Fine Modern Home is Finished on Center Street. R. Altermatt, Anderson contractor, finished this week the modern five-room stucco house on Center Street he has been constructing for Moon Lee. The cottage is the most modern and up to date house yet constructed in the county, and when the lawn and shrubbery surrounding it have been planted, it will be a model home. The interior is fitted with all mod- mini flower show is scheduled for June. The Trinity Nursery and club member Virginia Updegrave have donated two different trees to the Golden Age Center. The Nugget Lane...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

- r+ 1 •P7fj»a.~. : ft- m costs cut seeking $ 1 million County WEAVERVILLE, TRINITY COUNTY, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 2008 State budget hurts hospital 152ND YEAR, NO. 13 Cuts would take $ 600,000 annually Easter contrast -A -J 1} J Candidate in dispute over barking dogs She said the only hope- Apart from the delay, Kuczkowski said, the cuts to the skilled nursing facility, outpatient and inpatient treatment would easily reach $ 600,000 and probably more. March 19 healthcare district board meeting. Apartfromthedelay,Kuc- ments for a month, you can just imagine what that does to us,” hospital CEO Claire Kuczkowski said during the “When they hold on to pay- adelay in the payments the hospital does receive. In another potential blow to the cash-strapped hospital, the proposal also includes The anticipated cuts stem from a proposal by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to reduce Medi-Cal payments to help close the state’s budget deficit. By AMY GITTELSOHN Confronted with proposed state budget...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

by PHIL NELSON Looking for a home Bella is a 1-year-old female border collie 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. Normal hours for the shelter at the end of Mountain View Street are Monday through Friday from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Weather and Lake Report TUESDAY, APRIL 1 Trinity County Food Bank, Commodity Distribution: Hayfork, Fairgrounds, 9: 30 to 10: 30 a. m.; Zenia/ Kettenpom, 3 to 5 p. m., across from Kettenpom Store at KVFD Storage. Women of the Moose, enrollment meeting, Moose Lodge, 8 p. m. Rotary Club of Weaverville, 12: 15, Marinos restaurant. ECV meeting, New York Saloon, 7: 30 p. m. T. C. Family Child Care Association, 7 p. m., HRN conference room, Weaverville. TOPS ( Take Off Pounds Sensibly), 5 p. m., Trinity County Office of Education. Weekly Soup Kitchen, free meals served from 11: 30 a. m. to 2 p. m. at Douglas City Fire Hall. Donated clothing and fo...

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