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

Tossing the hammer in game of“ Stump.” “During today’s ride, we never left the trees until we climbed above them. Today was the day with the most climbing of the entire trip. We rode from Cassel to Mineral through Lassen Volcanic National Park. The first 56 miles of the ride we we essentially going uphill to the point of 8,500 feet. Starting around 7,300 feet, we started seeing snow on the side of the road. We had been told before that the road only opened a few weeks before so we’d be seeing snow. But I was still surprised how deep some of the drifts were. After the top it was a quick 15-mile decent down to Mineral that was pretty fun.” “We woke up this morning to temperatures below 40 degrees. Shivering all the way to breakfast six blocks away. Even after breakfast, Brad, Bate, Craig, Travis, Nate and I wanted to wait for more warmth, so we hung out in a donut shop and planned our trip around the world by bike and rowboat. When we did finally paceline out of town, we passed sweep ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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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

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 16 August 2011

Lopez $ 3,375 to work on the Amnesty Annexation which is associated with plans they hoped to get through LAFCO. The receipt of the e-mailed letter was not noted in the board minutes of a“ public hearing” the same day or in subsequent meetings. J. J.’ s memorial draws over 300 Jerry Joiner, 61, of Burney died July 29 at Shasta Regional Medical Center in Redding after long illness and a large crowd filled the Burney Veterans Hall Saturday to remember and pay their last respects to the Vietnam veteran who earned a Purple Heart and Bronze Star, was a former commander of VFW Post 5689 and one of the most popular figures in town. ( Obituary August 2). Jerry Joiner Veteran’s Honor Guard Commander Jim Arveson eulogizes Jerry“ J. J. Joiner.” CSD manager runs into buzz saw By Walt Caldwell believe it.” He said the Little Valley CSD services 50 houses with water, takes care of the roads because Lassen County doesn’t and has the fire department. They are all volunteer, including the district’s ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 16 August 2011

lo it e paper - don' Thank You Editor: On behalf of the Cassel Volunteer Fire Co. Auxiliary, I would like to thank Ron Mosher for his excellent article on the visit of the Bike and Build cyclists to our area. This is a tremendous group of young people who are making significant contributions to our country, and Ron did a great job of capturing their spirit. (530)336-6262 or (800)327-6471 The Award Winning Mountain Echo 43152 Hwy 299E P.O. Box 224 Fall River Mills, CA 96028-0224 Phone/Fax E-Mail mtecho@shasta.com 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 • POSTAGE Periodical postage paid at Fall River Mills, CA 96028, U.S.P.S. #507630 • Adjudicated as a legal newspaper for the county of Shasta, November 8,1982 by Superior Court Decree #74779 Do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 16 August 2011

St. * Bieber * 530-294-5541 Local Lunch Stops: G's BBQ, Adin Supply, The Oney Frosty B^?^ / Trees*Shrubs I w Fire District gets Gator ja| Garden Tour 2011 at fkYm mTwM Sunday August 21 sf * 10am fo4pm , — KM perfect for the outdoor event. The week before, over 40 children attended the special program put on by Mary Novak who showed off her miniature horse, mule and donkey. All of the children got to pet the animals and a few even got to feed one of them from their hands. The Reading Program was a huge success this year with lots of children reading over the summer break. Summer Reading program closes on high note — The children participating at the Library’s Summer Reading Program meeting recently had a great time putting on a pet parade for their family and friends. The event included lots of children, pets both alive and stuffed, prizes for all and of course refreshments. The library garden was a perfect location to hold the parade and the weather was Fall River Library FALL RIVER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 16 August 2011

fill mfmmMmTM The worlrJ it Tl 1 , nijier. we tike cjie ur the land Wfemins * SupphnHnts HumMpathic RsmwIiM 335-3717 MHVdly thru Saturday HOSES' 3HJJli>lnSl. 1 Burnty Need work done on your trees? Hawkins Timber Falling will do it! couldn’t be any more different from anything in the United States and driving through town only added to my sense of shock. Making our way through the city, cows and goats roamed along the road freely, grazing almost anywhere they felt. Heaps of trash also cluttered the edge of the road. Litter could be found anywhere you look. If a recycling program existed, people could become quite wealthy from simply wandering the streets. In addition to the animals and junk, I was surprised to see haircutting shacks or tents found along the major routes. I] Wi Sm <m e utomotiv Wc Make Your Car Run Like New! 336-5905 lEbfllnc Pepsin. ■Oil Changes 'AirCcidJlinjung 'S' e D A bl AUTOMOTIVE AND TRANSMISSION Mike, Vaughn. Omar ■Frnn -GuarameedWari! to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 16 August 2011

% Ci-4 ECONOMY HEALTHCARE PUBLIC SAFETY M;i taklna 01 v.vir r c i;n J LT 1 Lit j not 'Ofk ti IITj:I IPC t \ and I r jrnbin The t bile w IUU 5C 5 ¥» 5MO IT now re Calif □ 1 re5 roce ft rjnr We can't wait to see what you do with it T ■-Mobile- August 16, 2011 Page Page A-5 Mountain Echo August * i fornia. Expanding our LTE mobile broadband network across more of Cal

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 16 August 2011

CSD continued engineering at the meeting who were suggesting 250,000 gallon water tanks on stilts in the McArthur area to increase the water pressure and fire-flow pressures at the hydrants. They said doing that, instead of laying pipe and building a tank at an elevation high enough to generate the needed pressure would be half the cost. They agreed to put together additional information and come back to the board. Continued from A-1 He said a lot of the people in McArthur were retired or had families and wouldn’t feel they could afford it. Van den Bergh countered that people over 62 could get a grant and it wouldn’t cost them anything and people under 62 could get 30-year, 1% interest loans. All the people would have to do is pay their monthly sewer bill. Smith remained adamant saying they’d never vote for it. He had two representatives from Pace ESSE NO MONEY DOWN CDL TRAINING [ Work for user let us v/otktotyoa! I W\t m\\ Unbeatable Career Opportunities | M %m m r\mm m M Trainee &...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 16 August 2011

McArthur show draws Cutter’s 9 A BBQ and dance Saturday evening gave everyone a chance to mingle and enjoy the warm summer evening weather. all over the west Competitors from McARHUR - The top cutters from throughout the western states converged here over the weekend for the annual 3-day McArthur Cutting Horse Show. Also, the Dog Trials were held at the Jennifer Skuce Pavilion in conjunction with the cutting competition. CUTTING... Rider cuts off steer at McArthur Cutting Show Friday. Photo by Ron Mosher In other games this week, Storm clipped High Country Realty, 8-7, while J& M Heating downed High Country, 8-4 but lost to Ghost Peppers, 22-10. Games are played every Tuesday and Thursday at Washburn-Bue Park here, and are open to the public at no charge. Games are played at 6pm, 7pm and 8 o’clock. BURNEY - The Pit River Casino Co-Ed squad did something this week that no other team has been able to do since summer softball began - defeat Shasta Green. The Casino squeaked...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 16 August 2011

You know you are from Burney is a page for old friends to gather, and new friends to be made. A group of facebooker’s are forming a committee to try and organize a“ Burney Reunion” to get as many folks back to town for a time of reminiscing and greeting each other sometime next summer. Back to hang out in the Safeway parking lot, meet and greet at the Alpine, cry over the loss of the A& W, and basically see old friends/ neighbors/ relatives once again. Perhaps it will be merged with Burney Basin Days - now that could make the celebration huge. JP Ron Mosher rom the Side YOU’RE FROM BURNEY IF... If you ever lived in Burney ( or still do), there’s a new facebook page you will want to hook up with. In a little over a week, the page has grown to 629 members and still climbing. “You know you are from Burney, when” is a trip down the nostalgic memory lane with insight from hundreds who lived/ live in Burney. Well worth a visit. • The Red Bluff little league team made it to the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 16 August 2011

-1 AM -J m < 1 1 4 1 _ Photos courtesy of M. E. Agee WINNERS... ( top to bottom) Chris Pasternak and his daughter after getting third place trophy. Jeff Crane with the championship hardware. Jeff Crane & Skeeter Bethel with their trophies. HIIHIIGH FOOTBALL SCSCHOOLL I-M FAIR EVENTS___________ Continued from B-2 The show begins at 6pm Saturday, with tickets going for $ 12 for grandstand seats and Martin was a resident of the Intermountain Area who appeared in many rodeo’s throughout the western states as a Rodeo Clown. He died a few years ago following an accident while working a high school rodeo. Proceeds from this event go to the Donnie Martin Scholarship Fund. The grand entry begins at 7 o’clock Sunday, with tickets $ 15 for grandstand and $ 12 for bleachers available at the Fair office now. $ 10 for bleachers. Tickets are on sale now at the Fair Office. Sunday will feature the always-sold-out Destruction Derby sponsored by the Burney Lions Club. Daily Sat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 16 August 2011

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 16 August 2011

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 16 August 2011

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 23 August 2011

I L . The board’s regular meeting is Wednesday ( tomorrow) at 1: 00 p. m. at the Mayer’s Board Room at the facility in Burney. Architect Michael Ryan was also present for the special meeting. The board is considering the hiring of a project manager to oversee the hospital construction projects. A request for qualifications ( RFQ) is being published and a committee will review these potential candidates. The seismic wall is on the front burner with current required completion set to be 2013 but could be as late as 2020. “That can change, but we need to get it done,” said Hamlin. He expects an estimate on the seismic wall at this week’s regular board meeting. keeps changing and extending deadlines. Currently, it looks like 2020 is a target date for a new facility. Mountain Echo editor Fall River CSD’s weed control is spotty While soliciting other districts to provide weed control Fall River CSD does theirs with goats and control burns.( Story and pictures on A-3) Photo by Walt Caldwel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 23 August 2011

Periodical postage paid at Fall River Mills, CA 96028, U.S.P.S. #507630 • Adjudicated as a legal newspaper for the county of Shasta, November 8,1982 by Superior Court Decree #74779 asking to buy new chairs for the board room and computer programs to replace perfectly good reports that the agency has said weren’t what they wanted, running around the countryside trying to sell their plan, buying land and planning a building on the hope they can get grants and raise enough money to pay the loan back, The CSD should concentrate on getting their financial house in real order rather than spending money on LAFCO weed control for them. The Fall River Valley CSD should be concentrating on weed control at their sewer pond property instead of trying to tell other districts they would contract to do mind. Yes, they want more representation and say in their destiny, but jumping off a cliff isn’t the way to get it. with are of the same and doomed to failure. I contacted a number of the districts ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 23 August 2011

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 23 August 2011

She is open from 10: 30 a. m. to 5: 30 p. m. the sign is out“ We’re Open.” In addition to her nice selection of organic meats, she has dairy, a full line of vitamins she selected herself because she knows they are good, Homeopathic remedies, supplements, cosmetics and gifts. She also has a good selection of produce in the near future. An expert in the products she sells, she can offer advise to those seeking vitamins and supplements to help prevent problems or help to heal. Hearthstone Health Foods enjoy a healthy lifestyle Lisa had grown up in health food stores. She worked with her mom for years and loved the business. The store itself is a full-line health food grocery store. Believing in sup- porting her community and being a part of her community, she has Hat Creek Grown beef next to her Buffalo Burgers. She has Tooley Honey from Glenburn and will have Fall River Wild Rice soon. It is difficult to give a true sense of the country but it’s simply a growing modern society fused w...

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