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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

r 3 ft It’s not too late to contribute to your IRA. Contributions made by April 15th will qualify for the 2007 tax year. So. Trinity transfer sites Need to open an IRA to help save for retirement? Get More. ENVB North Valley Bank We can help. Ask us today. WOODWARD RE ~ E LE CT Judge ~ JAMES on June 3, 2008 Big Bar – Saturdays and Tuesdays from 8 a. m. to 2 Ruth – Sundays and Tuesdays from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Van Duzen – Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays from a. m. to 4 p. m. Trinity County Solid Waste transfer stations will be changing hours in Southern Trinity County beginning April 1. The schedule will be as follows: \ ■'' ■A music industry. In 1999, she and her husband, Weaverville native Jeff Morris, moved back to Trinity County. by JASON PHILLIPS Judy Morris noted that she has volunteered with many local community organizations including the Weaverville Chamber of Commerce, where she served as president for two Leonard Morris passed away one and a half years later in December of 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

V? as @ ® # Praise for ‘ The Egoist’ es, which ultimately totaled $ 3,000. This can happen to anyone. FROM STEVE LINDSAY LEWISTON Trinity County’s Newspaper Since 1856 The TRINITY JOURNAL Mike Wenninger Editor OHVs and land damage V4 60,WMWN0U WKTIOSra© RU. 0\JK PSESCF\YT\ONE> PORT Wfc W. PM TVEU&HT £AU- In language drawn from three of Dr. Cone’s recent essays lies the answer to this question. To open the new millennium, Dr. Cone noted in “Whose Earth Is It Anyway”:“ The tentacles of white supremacy have stretched around the globe. No people of color have been able to escape its cultural, political and economic domination.” His 2004 piece,“ Call- the man? dismissed for their rhetorical ire. But given the tone of the recent election publicity, a legitimate question arises: were they little more than the morning thoughts of an exuberant youth, or do they prefigure the more seasoned convictions found in Written nearly 40 years ago during a season of deep national...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

0* Sheila Airada-Russell Bill Kerker Senior Loan Services Loan Services Officer Officer AT Kristen Mainwaring Loan Services Officer Jodi Ethridge Loan Services Underwriter I • We have a 58-year history of building strong local relationships with title companies, realtors, appraisers and more. Gerry Davis Manager Member Services Lori Larsen Loan Services Officer www.coastccu.org 445-8801 800-974-9727 • We've been helping a number of folks that were taken in by supposedly low rates. We may be able to help you too! Belonging Never Felt Better™ Coast Central Credit Union 1^1 • We don't sell or transfer your loan out of the area. If you have a question or a change in your life that means a change on your loan, you have somebody local to talk to. "ncua I EQUAL HOUSING LENDER Credit Unions' The show will run daily through April 27. Hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. and Sunday from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. For more information, call 623-5111. Visit the art center during ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

Golden Age Age Center News By HOLLY ANDERSON ( 530) 623-2324 RRREEEPPPOOORRRTTT Diiall:: TTTOOO SSSUUUSSSPPPEEECCCTTTEEEDDD AAABBBUUUSSSEEE:: 800--722-- 0432 TTTHEEE PSA 2 AREEEA AGEEENCY ON AGIIING A MEEESSSSSSAGEEE BROUGHTTT TTTO YYYOU BYYY TTTHEEE CCALLLIIIFFFORNIIIA ATTTTTTORNEEEYYY GEEENEEERALLL’’’ SSS OFFFFFFIIICCEEE & Tuesday: Spaghetti with meat sauce, green salad, Italian veggies, garlic bread, sherbet Monday: Chicken and noodles, corn, citrus Jell-O salad, biscuits, peaches Friday: Country-style pork ribs, potato salad, chili beans, tropical fruit salad, corn bread, ice cream Thursday: Baked fish, coleslaw, Swiss chard, rice, bread, baked apples carrots, juice, whole wheat bread, pudding With the help of a valuable volunteer, Catherine Wistrope, we have categorized and listed a compilation of books on audio. We have 40 books on CDs and tapes on a check-out basis – a great selection, from mysteries to classics. The reason we have this remarkable collection is be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

In 2007 Meth cost Trinity County taxpayers an estimated $5 MILLION DOLLARS i TRINITY COUNTY BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES PREVENTION UNIT On his concert tour Via Hawaii Trinity Alps Golf Course The TRINITY JOURNAL Timberjacks’ winter sports awards tournament Wolves on the road for Chico Musick Notes Photos by BILL BROSCHAT Hayfork’s girls basketball All League selections are ( from left) Chelsea Reynolds, All League; Sarah Curry, honorable mention; and Jamie Curry, All League. Not shown are Leanna Ferrer, All League, and Mercedes Harrison, honorable mention. teams are scheduled to play in Durham on the 28th. The Wolves will play the Weed Cougars in a league game at Trinity High School on Friday, March 28, with the varsity boys’ baseball and varsity girls’ softball games starting at 2 p. m. The JV On March 21, the Wolves traveled to Alturas to play the Modoc Braves. In the first game of the afternoon the Wolves achieved a 14-run victory over the Braves, 21-7. The Wolves beat the Braves ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

Trinity Lake Interested mooring customers for houseboat, ski boats, pa tio boats, etc… Call for an expression of interest. ( 707) 822-4557 ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~~~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~ ~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~ ~~ ~~~~~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~~ ~~~ ~~ ~~~ ~~ ~~~ ~~~~~ ~~~~ ~~~ ~ ~~~~ ~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~~ ~~ ~~~ ~~ ~~~~ ~~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~~ ~~~ Palla said the language was inspired by Mendoci-no County’s ordinance and Supervisor Wendy Reiss objected to statements in the propose d ordinance about the stron g odor pro duced b y ma- ture marijuana plants and market values of the pro duct ranging between $ 2,000 and $ 5,000 per poun d, arguing that would be the price on the black market, not legally ob-tained medical marijuana. Palla said her goal as count y counsel is to assist the board“ in passing somethin g that is invulnerable to attack and does not expose the coun- ty to liabilit y. But on the oth-er hand, we’re dealin g with a new bod y of law, untested and without enough guidelines from the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

4" \ i 1 Photos by M IKE W EN NING ER 5 Windows is on Main Street, on the corner of high-ways 299 and 3, and is open daily from 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. For more information, call ( 530) 623-5562. April 5, during Weaverville’s monthly Art Cruise from 5 to 8 p. m., and will run through the rest of the month. Accom- panying Ward’s art durin g the opening will be the Cir-cle of Grace Har p Ensemble, a group of har pers consistin g of Linda Nelson, Beck y Te- gerstrand and Donna Young-b lood. The show be gins Saturda y, While Ward’s longtime passion has been watercolor, her April show will also con- tain a room full of recent ven- tures into oil painting. She uses both media to create ren- derings of the landscape she loves.“ Landscape elevates me, fills me with joy I can’t describe any other way than try to paint it,” said Ward. 5 Windows Gallery in Weaverville invites every-o ne to bask in“ Luminosity: Landsca pes b y Evel yn Mer-cer Ward” this April. Actors Kathy Martens and Ethan Hammett...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

NOEL E. BROWN Noel E. Brown, 76, of Weaverville, died on March 20, 2008, at Mercy Medical Center. He was born on September 1, 1931. Arrangements will be handled by Forrest Funeral Home in Weaverville. Samuel Hanson, 71, died on March 22, 2008, at his home in Douglas City. He was born on June 21, 1936. SAMUEL HANSON Arrangements will be handled by Forrest Funeral Home in Weaverville. If you have been saving plastic bags for the Lewiston Elementary School, you better hurry and drop them off at the school by Thursday! This year’s program is ending and the bags have to be turned in at the Wal-Mart store in Redding by Friday. Speaking of LES, the eighth-grade class thanks everyone who bought a pie on March 14. It was pointed out to me that March 14 can also be written as 3.14, which is the mathematical equation for pi - get it? It’s a good thing it was explained to me, as I have already forgotten most of the math I ever learned. In addition to the sale of pies, the school had carnival ty...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

www. trinity. THE WEAVERVILLE COMMUNITY GARDEN is open for all those interested. Spaces are 8 feet by 8 feet for a fee of $ 10. A meeting will be held on Saturday, March 22 at 3 p. m., Lowden Park Community Garden, Rain day Weaverfille Fire Station. Questions - call Carol at the Barberchair, 6237575. 3-12-3tp CONFIDENTIAL CRISIS assistance for domestic violence and sexual assualt victims. 24hr. hotline - 623-HELP ( 4357), collect okay. Services available at 111 Mountain View Street, Weaverville, and Community Center on Tule Creek Rd., Hayfork. Human Response Network - since 1980. 5-9-52tp-4-30-08 by contacting Trinity County Superior Court, P. O. Box 1258, Weaverville, CA 96093, phone ( 530) 623-8330. EOE/ AA Employer. 3-26-3tc LEWISTON’S ONLY THRIFT STORE— The Unique Boutique, will be open this Saturday, from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. Two for $ 1 items will be featured! Located in the lower level of the Lewiston Community Center on Texas Ave. 3-26-2tc 4-28-tfc LOANS/ FINANCIAL PRIVATE MO...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 26 March 2008

15 'A C V V ****** A Senior’s View By BARBARA TALVOLA ( 530) 623-2984 Fax 623-4428 LEWISTON SAFETY DAY Saturday, March 29, 10 am— 2 pm Lewiston Community Center Information Available from: American Red Cross Lewiston Fire Department Trinity County Life Support Lewiston Neighborhood Watch Trinity County Volunteer Search & Rescue Kid’s ID Program REACH Air Ambulance Mercy Air Ambulance California Highway Patrol Trinity County Boating & Waterways Safety and more . . . FREE RAFFLE FOR SAFETY ITEMS Wyatt Paxton 784-8000 or Bill Chambers Airport Division, 623-9585 or 515-5740 EVERYONE WELCOME For more information, please contact: 9\ 623-6004 Trinity County Resource Conservation District Come and learn about the project.. .why prescribed fire? What precautions will be taken? You can get involved by giving us your ideas on making this a better project for our community For More Information Please Call DATE: March 27 th TIME: 7:00 p.m. LOCATION: Weaverville Fire Hall ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 April 2008

or the RZH Grant expires and the grant funds would be lost. LAPP is raising additional funds for a mechanical room, pool heater, insulated pool blankets and any short- The Weaverville/ Douglas City Parks & Recreation District has selected Holiday Pools Construction of Chico to design and build the new Lowden Park pool this spring and summer. Holiday Pools has built several public swimming facilities, including the pool in Etna. The cost of the new pool is $ 543,000, which includes a children’s play/ splash area. The district received a $ 300,000 Roberti-Zeberg-Harris Grant, and Lowden Aquatic Park Project ( LAPP) has raised a little under the required $ 128,500 match. The rest is expected to come from what remains of Trinity County’s Proposition 40 funding. County seeks grant to help Hayfork, others F in home Nursing care by PHIL NELSON Home Health nurse Karren Brehms changes the dressing on Marco Padilla’s wound. He is receiving IV antibiotic treatment. ight Powerless, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 April 2008

■ Community Calendar These 3-month-old tri-color Australian shepherd/ husky mix puppies are available for adoption at the Trinity County Animal Shelter. 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. Looking for a home Weather and Lake Report Temperature readings are not available while the NOAA technician relocates and re-calibrates the equipment. The lake is now 65.1 percent full. The lake was 83.1 percent full a year ago. Also on March 31, release into Clear Creek Tunnel was 118 c. f. s. and release into the Trinity River was 285 c. f. s. Daily information about the Trinity River release is available by calling ( 530) 246-7594. Water flowed into the lake at a rate of 2,058 cubic feet per second ( c. f. s.). The lake stored 1,593,325 acre feet with an elevation of 2,310.78 feet and a maximum d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 April 2008

It’s time for the Trinit y Journal Countywide Yard Sale. Deadline is April 24 th Don’t be left off the map Stop by the office today! In case of rain or snow, the walk will be rescheduled for April 12. blanket to sit on. Everyone is welcome to bring pictures they may have of the road’s histor y over the years, and cameras to record the road as it is toda y. marker 10). At the end of the approx-i mately two-hour walk, hot do gs, hambur gers, chili and all the fixings will be avail-able at the picnic area for a donation, or just bring a sack lunch. Bring some bev-erag es to share and your own cups, and chairs or a 2nd Hyampom Road Walk scheduled for Saturday Man y peop le who were unable to attend the first H yampom Road Walk on March 22 have expresse d a desire to participate in a second 4-mile walk on the one-lane section of the Hy-ampom Road. As a result, Hyampom Road Walk No. 2 will be held on Saturday, April 5. Walkers will gather at 11 a. m. at the picnic area ( Big Canyon) on th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 April 2008

The poorest county giving to the richest is a good example of the Golden Rule. He who has the gold, rules! In Trinity County, he who has the longest driveway shovels the most snow. The same snow that produces the water that we give away! Near Lewiston we have the Clear Creek Tunnel, where water is diverted from the Trinity River to begin its long journey south. This is a federal project dedicated to keeping swimming pools filled in Beverly Hills. All it lacks is a 40-foot concrete statue of Claire Engle. Neither did I see a water meter that would account for how much Trinity water we are giving away. ing in Trinity Center, like the Gravel Bars National Monument ( dedicated to greed destroying a valley). Farther north, we have the Boulder Lake National Scenic Highway ( dedicated to greed destroying a mountain). A must-see drive! a judge of the Superior Court? My vote goes to Woodward. Is this the kind of judgment and character you’re looking for in After all this, Heryford chose to q...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 April 2008

mm ir ., i .--v..' I 1 r 575 Main St E-MAIL: driske@ dcacable. net FAX: 623-2720 About Our Schools By CRICKET F. L. KIDWELL, Ed. D., County Office of Education Alliance for Healing Arts to hear talk on hand features On Feb. 27, students from Trinity High School, Southern Trinity and Hayfork High School gathered at the Hayfork High School campus for the first step in the 2008 Mock Trial. The Mock Trial is a staged trial where senior students are assigned actual roles and duties associated with the justice system. Students are introduced to the Mock Trial scenario and attend meetings and workshops. The case will be brought before actual Trinity County judges and students will perform the roles of attorneys, witnesses, defendants, bai- For over 20 years, the Trinity County Mock Trial program has been an outstanding opportunity for high school seniors from Trinity High School, Hayfork High School and Southern Trinity High School to participate in an actual trial process and learn about ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 April 2008

Women’s Hi Series: Lora Wheeler, 546; Helga Skaggs, 436; Bonnie Fifer, 427. Women’s Hi Game: Helen Robbins and Marlene Larkin, 144; Terry Harwood, 143; Hazel Finch, 139. TUESDAY SENIORS: Men’s Hi Series: Jim Skaggs, 585; Jack Palmer, 583; Ron Kasper, 519. Men’s Hi Game: Merle Frazier, 194; Mike Millard, 192; Henry Dodge, 189. Women’s Hi Series: Christine Jordan, 446; Candice Everest, 438; Margo Johnson, 396. Women’s Hi Game: Candice Everest, 169; Christine Jordan, 160; Margo Johnson, 146. MONDAY MIXED TRIO: MARCH 10-14 Men’s Hi Series: Loren Everest, 599; Joe Rogaski, 592; Steve Behme, 580. Men’s Hi Game: Steve Behme, 236; Loren Everest, 226; Jack Palmer, 223. The presentation will be given by Dr. Roy Glover, from Premier Exhibitions, who serves as chief medical director and spokesperson for “Bodies Revealed.” Are you interested in volunteering for Turtle Bay’s upcoming exhibition“ Bodies Revealed”? If so, you are invited to a special information night in Redding on Wednesday, April...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 April 2008

For information contact Debbie 266-3305 Dinner: Adult: $ 10 - 12 & under: $ 5 also don’t forget about the silent auction! Coffee Creek Fire Hall Auction Preview: 4: 30 Dinner: 5 - 6: 30 • Live Auction: 6: 30 Auction Items Antique china dolls • art work by local artists • pack trip • wine tasting and dinners • houseboat trip • Salon gift certificates • labor services • fishing guide service • custom made picnic table • gift baskets and much more! April 12th businesses for displaying our“ win a free week” bags. • Prima Dona • Plumbing Plus + Construction • Golden Age Center • Dr. Harwood • Trinity Hospital • Trinity County Office of Education * Jerri’s Hair Salon • Total Image • Trinity Lumber • Frontier Fuel of Hayfork • Trinity High School Teachers’ Lounge • Selah Thank you to Soroptimist of Trinity County and our community for helping to collect close to 2000 pounds of food! 623-4818 • 50 Nugget Lane, Suite C, Weaverville We would like to thank the following YOUR CURVES...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 April 2008

re Vinita Pappas The TRINITY JOURNAL April 2, 2008 Planning Director Susan Price agreed, noting she worked on CDBG ap-p lications for many years in a previous occupation“ and you want to have the best app lication you can. This is an ex- cellent use.” pro-g so I support doing whatever we need to do to make this happen,” he said. If the application is successful, the other activities to be funded include con- tinuation of a housing rehabilitation Su pervisor Wend y Reiss said it causes her heartburn“ to have our de partments doin g somethin g for nothin g. I have an issue with our de partments not bein g made whole as we work to provide ser-vices with dwindling county resources. I really appreciate them for stepping up.” pro-g Hayfork fire hall would be helped ( Continued from page 1) the chairman of the public safety com-mittee, Dick Murray, said that with the CDBG money,“ we think we have a good chance by next July of being able to start something.” The fi rst p hase would be to co...

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