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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 2 August 2011

Felon - 6 yrs 8 mos Mountain Echo reporter John Wayne Cox ( l-r) County CAO Larry Lees, Supervisor Glenn Hawes and Sheriff Tom Bosenko field questions. Officials make Fall River appearance Deputies solve series of storage unit burglaries Trustee Allen Albaugh was arrested and transported to the Shasta County Jail where he was booked. Osborne is currently in custody and serving a sentence at the Modoc County Jail and will be transported to the Shasta County Jail when his time there is complete. Cox and Osborne are facing 11 counts of burglary. A case was submitted for review with the Shasta County District Attorney’s Office and arrest warrants were issued for the arrest of Cox and Osborne. Cox FALL RIVER MILLS — Deputies and detectives of the Shasta County Sheriff ’ s Office have been working on numerous burglaries that occurred at the Fall River Airport Mini Storage Since November 21, 2010. With the assistance of the Modoc County Sheriff ’ s Office and Alturas Police Department, we ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 2 August 2011

The Award Winning Mountain Echo 43152 Hwy 299E P.O. Box 224 Fall River Mills, CA 96028-0224 Phone/Fax This is pure genius. You then legalize the buying, selling, growing and smoking of a certain hemp plant as an added attraction for the undesirable element. This keeps them happy and slows down their ability to outrun the K-9 dogs when someone recognizes a person with a few warrants outstanding – like six or eight. This makes it easier on big cities to fight crime – because all of those who have a desire to break the law move to where there seems to be a lack of law enforcement – that would be here. This way you have all the bad eggs in one basket, or rural area. You take away the visible vestige of the vertex of elected officialdom, ( judges to those in Rio Linda), and close the law enforcement offices that make it rough on those who have no rules to live by, thereby creating a vacuum to suck all those living at society’s bottom rung, better known as sociopaths, to come here. You do...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 2 August 2011

www. chiropracticforhealth. c om * Start re-hydrating within 20 minutes of the conclusion of the practice or game. Research shows that the first 20 minutes are the most efficient time to start refueling. -DevMishra - Socceramerica.com i > ■ FLAVOR OF THE MONTH Valerie Lakey For more information come by or call McArthur Farm Supply 336-6133 or visit the show secretary's website per ½ cup serving. Wild rice is a substitute for potatoes or regular rice. It is used in a variety of foods such as dressings, casseroles, soups, salads, and desserts. Wild rice can be found in muffins, pancakes cereals, chips and cookies. Wild rice is also an excellent source of the B vitamins: thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin. Courtesy of Dr. Michael S. Maier Chiropractor Fall River Mills 336-6547 Wee kly Hea lth Update Update Dr. Maier is a Doctor of Chiropractic with a practice located at the“ Y” in Fall River Mills. He has practiced in the valley for 14 years and has successfully treated sympto...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 2 August 2011

Hawes also commented on the Inter-Mountain Fair reassuring that the county will do everything possible to help the fair. He recognized the importance of the fair to the community and said that“ There will be a fair. Our intention is that the fair stays here. We will find other sources and tackle this head on.” In the question and answer time, Lees was asked about the high density, low income housing projects. He simply replied,“ There are none. This is something that had to be addressed as part of the general plan in order to be eligible for grants. We have never been contacted by anyone with any interest in putting one in.” Also in attendance were Shasta County Sheriff Lieutenant, Anthony Bertain and a representative from Doug LaMalfa’s office, Fall River Valley Chamber of Commerce President, Inter-Mountain Fair Manager, Fall River Valley Community Services District Manager and members of the Fall River Fire Department. Fall River Real Estate... As the oldest established real estat...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 2 August 2011

Working on a project? Before you purchase new paint, come see if the Paint Barn has what you need. All pain from the Paint Barn is FREE? persons and activities. To become a volunteer, you must be 18 years of age, have a valid California Driver’s License, have a good driving record, have not been convicted of a felony or serious misdemeanor, must be of unquestionable character, willing to vol- unteer eight hours per month and be willing to abide by the rules and regulations of the citizen’s patrol. Training must also be completed. For more information on the Fall River Citizen’s Patrol see their website www. fallrivervalleycvp. org Valerie Lakey A look at the Fall River Valley’s Citizen’s Patrol Mountain Echo reporter Fall River Mills – The Fall River Citizens Patrol is a volunteer group comprised of local community members that have an interest in improving community safety and preventing crime. This organization has been active in our community for 17 374B4B Cornaz Dr. * Burney * 3...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 2 August 2011

Jerry Lane Joiner, AKA J. J. or Buster to his friends, died in his sleep on July, 28, 2011 at Shasta Regional in Redding from various long-term illnesses. Page A - 6 August 2, 2011 Mountain Echo Obituaries Jackson Alvin Harrie 1945 - 2011 Services will be held Thursday, August 4, at Halcumb Cemetery in Montgomery Creek at 11 a. m. The viewing will be at Allen and Dahl Funeral Chapel in Palo Cedro, CA on Tuesday August second for family from 9: 30 a. m. to noon and for friends from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. There will also be a viewing on Wednesday, August 3rd from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Jackson was Karuk and member of the Madesi Band of the Pit River Indian Tribe. His most favorite passions in life were camping, hunting, fishing, country music and dancing. One of the best places to find Uncle Jackson and Aunt Betty was at Iron Canyon fishing or dancing together, having fun. He is survived by his mother, Gloria Melton, brother, Ronald Harrie, and sister Carol Cantrell, all of Montgomery Creek...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 2 August 2011

New Co-Ed softball conference off with the crack of the bat Burney Co-Ed WOOD BAT LEAGUE the entire game on the line of the victorious North squad. The North, under coach Randy Harrison of Hayfork High, doubled up on the South team, 48-14. The North showed they were going to be a tough opponent early in the game, running the opening kickoff back to paydirt, and scoring another just a few minutes later to jump out to a 14-0 lead before many fans even had a chance to find their places in the bleachers. MICHAEL CHILDERS At one point in the game, the South was forced to punt. The punter ( also a 6-2. 250-plus lineman) had trouble with the snap. Picked up the fumble and ran right, with 40yards of running room. Childers came from the side in a jarring tackle that gave the ball back to the North. After the game, Childer’s dad asked him what went through his mind as the play unfolded. The gridiron star replied,“ He just wasn’t going to get past me.” The tackle was so bruising that when Chil...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 2 August 2011

youngsters throughout Intermountain Area. reminded to bring their own beverages. The Camp is open to “Players unable to make it to Tuesday’s opener can till participate in the rest of the camp,” noted Hubbard. Started by Fall River grad Erik Hubard, this years camp is the senior project for Jon Michael Hubbard. The camp will run daily from 9am until 1pm, and campers are McARTHUR - The 5th annual Hubeeb Bowl Football Camp opens here Tuesday ( today) for a four-day run at the softball field at Fall River Jr/ Sr High School. SPORTS SHORTS_________ % 8 For more information contact Maggie DeCoito at Mayers Memorial Hospital at 336-5511, extension 1136, or go on the internet to www. mayersmemorial. c The event is for fourperson teams, but single golfers will be teamed up. Mayers annual golf tourney August 20th The Mayers Memorial Hospital golf tourney is set for August 20. The event will begin at 10am at Napa Auto Parts on main street. council BURNEY - The ASB officers of Burney Jr/ Sr Hi...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 2 August 2011

r AuAugust Football Camp on the north coast This years camp marked the third for Arveson, and second for Arendt, and they found in invaluable as the Raiders head into their first home practice next Monday at Burney High’s football field. Burney will travel to Fall River to open the pre-season in the annual inter-Mountain Fair Bowl on Friday, August 26th. Among those making the trip was the Clair family, who provided the chuckwagon meals for all the campers. Both Arveson and Arendt agreed the food, “was awesome.” Although most of each day was taken up with football drills, instruction and scrimmages, there still left time for a trip to the beach,“ and now all I have to do is get over my sunburn,” Arveson said, showing off his sunburn line on his leg that looked more painful than he said it actually was. Arendt summed up the camp experience in noting,“ we all came closer together as a team,” and no one can doubt the importance of that when it comes to playing on the field as a solid u...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 2 August 2011

UPCOMING EVENTS HELP WANTED SELF STORAGE 336-5670 $ 25 AND UP ADD A ROOM FALL RIVER MILLS AIRPORT MINI STORAGE MAYERS HEALTHCARE FOUNDATION Golf Tourney August 20 Call Maggie DeCoito 336-5511 ext. 1136 INTERMOUNTAIN FAIR LABOR DAY WEEKEND CALL 336-5695 ANNOUNCEMENTS LAND FOR SALE CLASSIFIED PAGES AUCTIONS Vonage Unlimited Calls in U. S. & 60 Countries! NO ANNUAL CONTRACT! $ 14.99 For 3 Months! Then Only $ 25.99/ mo. Plus Free Activation. Call 888-860-6724 ( Cal-SCAN) The Fall River Joint Unified School District will hold a Public Hearing to allow for public comment regarding the tentative agreements between the Fall River Joint Unified School District and the: * California School Employees Association Chapter # 191 * The un-represented groups: o District Psychologist o Classified Confidential o Classified Confidential/ Management 6+ LEVEL ACRES--year round access. Power & phone avail. A great starter place for a first time investor. $ 33,500-Owner will carry ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 2 August 2011

(530)336-5411 The world is 70% water, we take care of the land! Fall River Frontage Beautiful parcel on the banks of Fall River! 5.79 acres wiili propenry on both sides of Lhe river! Outbuildings, old mobile home, and a boat bouse. Located on a great pari of tr>e River Fish, swim or Ski 1 LOIS Of Fruil trees 3rd ati* pasture! Prited a , S3 B7ifJ rjrj #779 Circle Oaks Dr. 10 acres. 3BR 2B MH, Ramada roof. Pole ham. Shop with 3 BR 2B apartment, 4 more! Priced right $126,000 #783 Big Valley beauty I 35 Treed acres. 4BR 2.5 bain home, great for full time, living or hunting/fishing lodge. POND 1 Wonderful views. Now only &240.00Q. Email: thomason1@frontiernet.net high c ou nt ry b u rney.com #781 Curve Street, Newer home on a hill' View. Nice! Only £149.000 S753 Big Valley Ranch I 320 Ac. Rower Well. Septic, balhhouse. & more! Reduced to $640,000 #770 Soldier Mtn Dr. App 5 seres with Pond! Views Only (110,000 #749 Two parcels, each is a pp. Five acres, ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 2 August 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 9 August 2011

5* 4 Photo by Ron Mosher HAVING A BALL... Kids from all over the Intermountain Area converged on the Inter-Mountain fairgrounds for the opening day of the Intermountain Youth Soccer League Saturday and their annual Jamboree. It was a busy week for youngsters with three sports camps as well. See sports section for more photos. As officers approached the residence, they observed Wilson fleeing from the rear of the property. The subject fled from officers out to South Market St. The subject ran across South Market St. and pulled a handgun from his pants and shot at officers. Four officers fired numerous rounds at the subject and he was struck numerous times. The subject was declared dead at the scene. Officers who were involved in the shooting were not injured. A semi-automatic handgun was recovered from the suspect shooter. Highway 273 ( South Market Street) was closed to traffic for a number of hours while Sheriff ’ s investigators conducted their preliminary investigation. Wilson ha...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 9 August 2011

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 individuals, organizations or businesses. Organizations and individuals who want to thank individuals organizations or businesses can have such a letter boxed. • The charge will be $2.50 a column inch. 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: Founded: October 8, 1977 Periodical postage paid at Fall River Mills, CA 96028, U.S.P.S. #507630 • POSTAGE • Adjudicated as a legal newspaper for the county of Shasta, November 8,1982 by Superior Court Decree #74779 YOUR OFFICIALS CONTACT Snowbirds: $ 40 a year. Internet $ 15 a year. • SUBSCRIPTIONS Subscription rates - Shasta - Lassen-Modoc Counties: $ 35 a year. Other Calif. Counties: $ 40 a ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 9 August 2011

August 12,13 & 14 Cutting Horse Show At the Intermountain Fairgrounds lindseymills.com Also come by Saturday and Sunday to see the Western Cattle Dog Trials at the Jennifer Skuce Pavilion net it Fail ftivt Photos by Gary Clark The milfoil that endangered the bridge safety is plucked from the river, loaded on trucks and removed. of its employees. Not to mention his crews ability to tolerate the smell of rotting water plants. $1,000 added to the Costume Bridleless Class Show Attendance & Dance are free Saturday August 13 Live band & dance BBQ by Adin Supply For more information come by or call McArthur Farm Supply 336-6133 or visit the show secretary's website governmental organizations and public stakeholders. er improvements included replacing two bridges over Screwdriver Creek and Underground Creek, and reshaping earthen piles leftover from original tunnel construction. The work is being conducted in accordance with conditions of the Federal Ener...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 9 August 2011

health and safety of athletes. Individual schools and districts must often implement their own policies. Currently there are no national guidelines. The NCAA has had mandates related to heat for over eight years. Although CIF has not mandated a“ no two-a-day” rule for practices, they are strongly encouraging administration to not allow it. Staying ahead of the problem is the key. Education, awareness of symptoms, prevention and treatment are all areas that should be explored by anyone involved with athletics. It has been 10 years since an NFL player died from heatstroke; the Korey Stringer Institute offers 10 guidelines to follow for prevention. Guidelines include listening to your body, hydration, listen to your thirst, phase in exercise in the heat-called heat acclimatization, If someone look like they are struggling in the heat, seek shade/ ice/ fluid/ rest for the person. If they do not start to do better immediately, call 911; Educate coaches and athletes; Realize that your per...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 9 August 2011

Hii-n*f m a j -J T Ein Dud csThJ hlennda) and V*i CTjTR.BtflsfiiraL 7 **-*. Westfn R*florui} Disown Full- and Wf1't-s»PMiCftVi 4vs-Jtia I JOEL ALLEN \ \% jr MALMEN \ Obituaries Page A-5 Mountain Echo August 9, 2011 Visit us on the web at mountainecho.com -» i ™ JensenUE44224 1^ |S]fl]]fi- JIM UK .htallfr?jj+ FriHbaimiUfeG]! Anthem 0 To find out what you can do log on to www. armyhistory. org. The U. S. Mint introduced a commemorative series of three 2011 Army Commemorative coins. The Silver Dollar is the most popular followed by the clad half dollar and gold $ 5 coin. A portion of the sale of those coins goes to the Foundation. Motors has donated $ 1 million to sponsor the exhibit of a World War II Sherman Tank. Emergency Farm loans The Lockheed Martin Corporation has the current distinction of being the largest donor to the project at this time, having donated $ 11 million for the museum’s education pavilion. General The U. S. Army Historical Foundation plans to construct a U. S. A...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 9 August 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 9 August 2011

5^9 W I. EUltk SOCCER ACTION... OPENING DAY ( left) Young players show of their talent at the YSL Opening Day Jamboree in McArthur Saturday. Photos by Ron Mosher HOT GAMES Air conditioned in newly remodeled interior COOL COMFORT WIN an ATI) Photo by Ron Mosher SHOE STRING CATCH... High Country Real Estate outfielder makes a spectacular catch in Co-Ed softball action this past week. n Photo by Ron Mosher GOING FOR OUT... High Country shortstop fires to first for out in Tuesday night action. Photo by Ron Mosher GOTCHA COACH... Wrestling camper tries a hold on camp director Kyle Taylor Saturday at Liz Polley Center in Burney. Their will be another camp for older wrestler's this weekend ( See story on page B-2). Summer may be winding down, but young athletes had a busy week, with three different sport camps and the opening day of Youth Soccer. wrestling kept kids very busy soccer and Football, VB, And, parents were just as busy shuttling the kids to the various venues. J o h n - M i c h...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 9 August 2011

Former players from the two schools will clash once again, with monies raised going to the two schools. Burney v. FR Alumni football set for Oct. 9th The Burney vs. Fall River alumni football game has been set for Sunday, October 9 at 5 o’clock. Photo by Walt Caldwell Tom Tindell, president of the United Bikers of Northern California ( center) presents Claudia Graves of the Intermountain Women Program ( r) and Linda Dickerson of the Shasta Women’s Refuge ( l) with checks. The monies were raised during the bikers annual High Bars and Low Cars show and Poker Run held Saturday. BURNEY - The United Bikers of Northern California, in conjunction with the Burney Lions and Burney VFW presented local women’s organization checks totaling $ 2,040. INSTRUCTION... Mandy Lakey follows instructors tips during Thunder Volleyball Camp at FRHS last week. YA THINK... anyone will mind if I kick the ball? This was one busy week for area youngsters, with camps and the opening of Intermountain Area Youth ...

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