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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 April 2008

Mi ■ by PHIL NELSON Spear promoted Conservationist Jim Spear at the restored wetland area in Weaverville. MAIN STREET GALLERY - Spring Show: Fine Art Works by Howard “Luke” Lucas and Marti Weidert. In the Back Room, art by Weaverville Elementary School After School Program 5 WINDOWS GALLERY - Luminosity: Landscapes by Evelyn Mercer Ward. LEE RANCH HOUSE - Spring Blossom Show for Trinity Folk Artists – win free art! ANGELA’S BEAD ART - The earthy and spiritual jewelry deigned by Joseph W Kasper as well as various art media works. MOUNTAIN VALLEY PACIFIC FLOORS - Linda Belden Culbertson: Art works in the medium of stained glass. There will be lots of art to celebrate springtime at this month’s Art Cruise in Weaverville on Saturday, April 5, from 5 to 8 p. m. Participating galleries and businesses include: ALSO OPEN - Trinity Treasures, Prima Dona Arts/ Crafts/ Gifts ( coffee and goodies), Gold Rush Jewelers ( refreshments will be served), Mamma Llama, The Garden Cafe, La Grange Cafe, ...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 April 2008

Memorial services will be held Sunday, April 6, at 1 p. m. at the Lewiston Family Moose Center. All are welcome to join family and friends for a celebration of Bonnie’s life. She is survived by her sons, Thomas A. Hinton of Lewiston and John C. Peterson of Redding; grandsons, Donavon Peterson of Redding and Sean Hinton of Denver, Colo.; and three great-grandsons. Memorialserviceswill Her family lived in the Minersville area in the early 1800s. Her great-great-grandmother Isabel Fox was one of the first accredited teachers to teach school in Trinity County. She enjoyed playing cards and was an active member of a local traveling hand n’ foot and pinochle group. She was a member of Shasta Cascade Rebekah Lodge # 138 I. O. O. F. in Redding for many years and of Women of the Moose # 1474 in Lewiston for 26 years. She was born May 8, 1929 in Albany, Calif. She was raised in Berkeley where she attended grade school and high school. She married Reggie Hinton in 1963 in Vallejo. They moved t...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 April 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 CONCRETE AGGREGATE PRODUCTS Contractors License # 813311 FREE ESTIMATES • Meets all County & Federal Specifications • Washed Sand & Gravel • Loam • Cobbles • Road Base • Drain, Crushed & Natural Rock 623-6833 320 Industrial Parkway, Wvvl. 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 35 years experience! Eric Blomberg – Lic. # 789990 530-623-4598; Fax 623-9248 P. O. Box 639,...

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

20 FT. 1985 BAYLINER CLASSIC— Volvo/ Penta power train. Excellent condition with extras SENIOR looking for LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER. Send resume to Housekeeper, General Delivery, Box 1, Zenia, CA 95595. 3-26-2tp MISC FOR SALE PERSONALS HUNDREDS OF ASSORTED WOODEN TOY WHEELS and assorted woods for toy making. Call 623-5370. 3-26-2tc ----------------------------------------- MISC WANTED WANTED: CHEAP VEHICLE that needs minor work. Also selling 8hp Mercury outboard motor, $ 300. 778-3889. activities and outings, personal care, and companionship in a lovely home setting and we’ll put your mind at ease. And as one relative put it,“ Both the care and the caring at the residence are truly exceptional.” Call ( 530) 623-2157 today. License # 531374753. 4-2-1tc ----------------------------------------- 9-19-tfc MISC FOR SALE IMPERIAL PROPANE HEATER with thermostat— Better than a Monitor - works when electricity goes out. $ 2,000. 778-0502. FIREWOOD FIREWOOD BY DAN— Spring prices. 25 years experien...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 April 2008

611 MAIN STREET, P. O. BOX 250, WEAVERVILLE, CA 96093 An Independently Owned and Operated Member of Coldwell Banker Residential Affiliated, Inc. Member of Trinity and Shasta MLS 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 H721/ 2103972 BEAUTIFUL HORSE PROPERTY ON 12 ACRES! Close to Trinity River with miles of riding trails. Property includes 2 stall barn with tack room & pastures. 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 Beautiful Mountain Top 2,300+ sq ft Retreat on over 39 acres with fantastic views of the Trinity Alps and Mt. Shasta. 2+ 2 1/ 2 vaulted ceilings, open kitchen/ dining, library and bonus room, excellent interior. Attached 2 car, detached 3 car carport with 20X20 shop. Spa, pond, screened gaze...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 April 2008

Something over two years ago the progressive citizens of the town formed a fire district, including the town of Weaverville. The fire tax was levied and raised and equipments purchased. The town now has one hand fire engine, 900 feet of 2.5 inch double jacketed hose; 250 feet of 2 inch single jacketed hose; 100 YEARS AGO Birthday Ha ppy 53rd Airplanes are too modern for Primitive Areas in the national forest, says Uncle Sam. Primitive Areas are sanctuaries dedicated to preserve natural conditions on the rougher and more inaccessible parts of the national forests. Pioneers contend that no place would be primitive if airplanes took to dropping in and parking all over the mountain meadows and any other available spots. They would disturb the wild life and give air travelers an undue advantage in hunting and fishing. As a result, the Forest Service class- Saturday, March 25, 1933 75 YEARS AGO Saturday, March 31, 1883 125 YEARS AGO Owing to the fact that the telegraph does not extend to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 April 2008

New ambulance for Hayfork The facility in Weaverville currently offers interactive TV classes that provide all the courses students need to get an Associate of Arts or Associate of Sciences degree, with the exception of science lab. Also offered are art, theater and physical education classes. The buildings will be modulars, but they are to be on a permanent foundation with stucco and awnings.“ The buildings are going to be quite beautiful,” Hill said. The changes will allow the Trinity Campus to add 20 more classes each semester, Hill said. allow students to take classes far from the source. There will also be live classrooms. The facility is to be Ushaped and include six classrooms, office space and restrooms. It will have a covered outdoor walkway and a courtyard area for gathering. Parking will be added, and through an easement with The Trinity Players, the college and the performing arts center will share each other’s parking lots. The new ambulance is being readied for placeme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 April 2008

Weaverville. ( AA) Trinity Center, 6 p. m., Northern Lights, red building next to the IOOF Hall. ( NA) Weaverville, noon, Just for Today, Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Rd. by PHIL NELSON This 5-month-old female is a Queensland/ McNabb mix, black and white with ticking. She is 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 ( AA) Willow Creek, 7 p. m., Senior Resource Center on Highway 299W. Senior Disaster Action Team meeting, 10 a. m., Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Rd. ( AA) Lewiston, 7 p. m., 12x12 Book Study, Community Center, Texas Ave. Weaverville Fire District meeting, 5 p. m., Fire Station One, 100 Bremer St. Domestic Violence Support Group, Weaverville. Call HRN at 623-2024 for meeting time and place a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 April 2008

Jazz artists Allison Scull and Victor Martin Regular meetin gs of the HCPAC will be held on the third Wednesda y of each month at 7 p. m. at the Hay-f ork Hi gh School Librar y; the pu blic is encourage d to at- tend. For more information, call Bob or Jan Mountjoy at 628-4474. Loeffl er also up dated the progress of the propose d pub-lic safet y facilit y that will house both the fi re district and life suppor t ( ambulance service). The construction documents are 95 percent complete. The county has approved the district appli-c ation for a CDBG grant of $ 1,000,000. The district has authorized a $ 750,000 loan proposa l to the U. S. Depart-m ent of Agriculture. These funds, if approve d, would al- low for construction of a struc- tural shell, with the appa-r atus room bein g comp leted and the two wings for hous-ing the fi re and ambulance areas to be fully enclosed. Ad-ditional funds will be sought from foundations to complete the building. Hayfork Fire Chief Dave Loeffl er’s pres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 April 2008

among the other attendees. The room setup did not allow for many of those present to view the charts reflecting proposed changes to existing departments, directors, personnel and locations. The department heads were not asked to express their reactions or present alternatives to the supervisors and the pub- Anyone attending the meeting might assume it was a workshop since the supervisors were scattered On April 2, the Board of Supervisors held a special meeting to discuss the reorganization of county departments. We were very disappointed by the supervisors’ actions at that meeting. The agenda stated this was to be a“ discussion and possible action concerning potential reorganization of county departments.” This did not lead us to expect that changes would be approved to take place immediately. HAYFORK FROM BOB & JAN MOUNTJOY Being a law school graduate, he should know that to have control, dominion and knowledge means you own the dogs and are responsible for their unrul...

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

Wes Chesbro, who is run-ning for the 1st District As-sembly seat, will be the ke y spea ker at the Democratic Central Committee brunch A r. if? I. To serve and protect Members of the Trinit y Count y Sheriff’s Posse are sworn in b y Jud ge Jim Woodward. From left, front row, are Mit-zi Babcock, Norma Dearman, Edd Mosley, and Jamie RenFree. In back row, overseen by Sheriff Lorric Craig, are Dann y Ra y Riggs, Trac y Allen, Barbara Stortz and Rand y Clement. Wes Chesbro A brunch buffet will be served at a cost of $ 10. For more information contact Geor ge Bates, chair, at ( 530) 778-0239 or visit www. trini- tydemocrats. org. Chesbro, a Humboldt State gra duate, served eig ht years in the Califor-nia Senate. Since then he has served on the California Integrated Waste Manage-m ent Board and the Califor-nia Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountabili-ty Commission. Chesbro is running for the seat to be vacated by Patti Berg who is no longer eligible to serve in the state Assembly ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 April 2008

ham was 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBIs; Hagen had one run; Walstead was 1-for-4 with one double and two RBIs; Cockburn was 1-for-5 with one run; Nugent was 3-for-4 with two runs; Atterberry was 1-for-4 with one run; Watson was 3-for-4 with one run; and Justin Jeangerard was 2-for-3 with one run and two RBIs. The Bulldogs took the lead during the second inning of the second game. Going into the top of the fourth inning the Wolves were down, 0-3. The Wolves ended the fourth inning The Bulldogs put two runs on the scoreboard during the bottom of the first inning and the Wolves never managed to come back. Trinity ended the first game with a five-run loss 1-6. Kyle Bigham was 1-for-3 with one double and one RBI; Kenny Nugent was 1-for-2 with one double and one run. By CAMMIE WOLLNER The Trinity High School Wolves’ baseball team traveled to McArthur on April 1 to play the Fall River Bulldogs. On April 4, the Wolves traveled to Etna to play the Lions. Trinity established its lead with ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 April 2008

r- - I.. . * VOTE KELLY FROST I SUPERVISOR K DISTRICT 2 Tuesday I June 3,2008 As the River Flows By TERRI LEACH & BECKY HALL hyampomer@ earthlink. net Box 43, Hyampom, CA 96046 The firemen’s breakfast on Saturday served over 40 people and gained $ 417 in donations to the HVFD. Terri sends her thanks to Chris Watkins, Corrine McCree and others, who prefer not to be mentioned, for all of their much needed help in the kitchen. All of our pleading ap- 50th anniversary celebration A passel of past pastors got together Sunday to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Nazarene Church in Weaverville. Included in the group were Ray Sanders, LaRolfe McCoin, Don Keeler, Ron Greeno, Ken Downey, Chris Williamson and John Shearer. Dee Bayley went to Maui for eight days with her daughter Lori Stevenson and her son Tyler, and Tyler’s friend Brandon. They stayed in a condo right on the beach. Dee watched palm trees sway and looked at the beautiful ocean. They went to the Farmer’s Market s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 April 2008

County Counsel Jeanette Palla, who both concluded it is legally defensible. final draft submitted to the board last week had been reviewed by District Attorney Mike Harper and Supervisor Wendy Reiss said the mittee was formed to craft a more acceptable proposal. ministrators to prohibit gardens within 1,000 feet of schools and parks met with strong objections from medical marijuana advocates claiming that such a restriction would be unconstitutional and a likely target for lawsuits. The com- The initial request of school ad- The state’s marijuana legislation permits medical users to possess a half pound of processed marijuana, six mature plants and 12 immature plants, but local jurisdictions are allowed to set higher limits. ing qualified medical marijuana patients and caregivers to possess up to 3 pounds of dried, processed marijuana and to cultivate 12 mature plants and 24 immature plants. The proposed ordinance doesn’t change the county policy of allow- administrators and County ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 April 2008

Kimberly Piazza and SuZan La Berteaux have gathered ideas and proposals for the future Trinity County Center for Reuse. The goal is resource conservation to benefit creative people as well as the entire community. Artists, art teachers, civic-minded individuals and those just interested in making every day Earth Day are invited. Bring a brown bag lunch and reuse/ recycling tips to share. For more information, please contact Kimberly at 623-2628 or SuZan at 623-4213. Above, the Trinity Center team took first place in the brain power pentathlon. Below, Junction City’s team took second place and the Douglas City Team No. 2 ( bottom photo) finished in third place At right, Pema McLaughlin of Junction City School was the high scoring student of the competition. Academic winners Pema McLaughlin of Junction City was award- Third place went to the Douglas City No. 2 team, Shannon Christensen, Kyle Huber, Kayla Blanchard, Darin Boughton, Lindsay Haney, Casey Spanton, and alternate Cassie Yin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 April 2008

Obituaries Burial will be at a later date at the family area in the Paradise Cemetery. Sheen; first husband, Lloyd Sheen; and husband, Vern Hoke. checks should be made. Human Response Net-work has a grant to have background checks done for caregivers. This is grea t ser-vice and should be suppor ted by anyone needin g a caregiv-e r. Elderl y peop le need to be cautious when hirin g anyone. Would the lady who called me from Sacramento a couple of weeks ago, please contact me again. I wrote her phone number down but it is buried some place on my desk. I’m taking the faster route! It’s a grea t comp liment when peo- ple remark the y enjoy my col-umn. I thank you. location: Display Forrest, We watched out a window while Dad and the crew boss were standing face to face, by the barn - holding beet knives above their heads. If the tall man had hit Dad, he would have cut his throat. If Dad had hit first, he would have opene d the man’s chest. Those beet knives were lon g, shar p and dan ger...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 April 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 CONCRETE AGGREGATE PRODUCTS Contractors License # 813311 FREE ESTIMATES • Meets all County & Federal Specifications • Washed Sand & Gravel • Loam • Cobbles • Road Base • Drain, Crushed & Natural Rock 623-6833 320 Industrial Parkway, Wvvl. Workout every major muscle group and burn up to 500 calories in 30 minutes. Tina Scott, Owner 623-4818 Fine Line Furniture • Design • Construction Drafting • Fine Carpentry Energy Calcs BUILDING & DESIGN Services 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 35 years experience! Eric Blomberg – Lic. # 789990 530-623-4598; Fax 623-9248 P. O. Box 639,...

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

HEAVY-DUTY 2-AXLE BOAT TRAILER with boat, $ 500 OBO. 8 hp Mercury outboard, $ 300. 778-3889. 4-9-2tc 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 SENIOR looking for LIVE-IN HOUSEKEEPER. Send resume to Housekeeper, General Delivery, Box 1, Zenia, CA 95595. 3-26-4tc LEAVING FOR COLLEGE— Logan Horse Trailer, 1989 three-stall slant, dressing room with many extras, $ 5,500. 1970 Bronco, 351 Windsor, new tires, runs good, $ 8,500. Kenmore Refrigerator, side-by-side, in good condition, ice on door, runs great, $ 350. 4-H and FFA grooming equipment and sheep for sale. 530-623-4231 ask for Tom. 4-9-3tp TRINITY ANIMAL HOSPITAL is looking for the right person to become a part of our team. Full-time RECEPTIONIST position available. Performs client intake, scheduling and clerical duties related to animal patient care and treatment. Requirements...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 April 2008

PRIVATE 20 ACRES— Minutes from Wvl., lots of trees, awesome potential views of Alps, spring, great building sites. Borders SPI on 2 sides. Only $ 160,000. H-823/ 2104407 NEW CUSTOM HOME ON 2.5 ACRES. Gorgeous 3 Bed, 2 bath home in Lewiston with lots of granite, tile, hickory flooring, custom throughout. Private setting surrounded by tall trees. Must see to appreciate! $ 485,000. 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 H752/ 2104232 2104336/ 4107 This historic 1bed, 1 bath cottage known as the C. E. Stiller House sits on a corner, 1/ 3 acre lot. 900 SF with new paint & flooring, a carport &“ carriage house”, patio, fruit trees, split rail fence. Affordably priced at $ 199,950 BEAUTIFUL HOME IN WOODSY AREA. This new 2500 sq ft. 3 bed, 2 bath home is custom built. Marvelous detail and finish work throughout this lovely home. High quality m...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 April 2008

50 YEARS AGO Thursday, April 3, 1958 Rain for week 3.22 inches plus about one inch snow. Rain to date 55.40 inches; normal to date 29.95 inches; average high 50, low 36. An oil treatment project on Route 36 between Bridgeville and Peanut will get underway when the weather clears. All unsurfaced portions of the route between Bridgeville and Peanut will be oiled and coated. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Burgess of Zenia will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house Sat. April 5 at their ranch in Zenia. They were married April 2, 1906 at Blocksburg, Humboldt County. 25 YEARS AGO April 7, 1983 The Easter Parade April 2 was fun. Jack Childers led the parade dressed as an Easter Bunny, complete with an enormous carrot. The parade was on the sidewalks, down the east side of Main Street and back up the west side. Members of Girl Scout Troop 101, Jenessa Gardiner, Wendy Ford and Jill Isbell showed people the parade route. They were assisted by their leader Janice Isbell. Shirley Call...

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