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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 23 August 2011

Cowboy] Shasta Cwntg's 93rd Anneal Han wwild > Oll Ukr loltatr >oar F4*«<H*lU«MCd Mountain Echo reporter fe InlnniHinlHFii Ftn*iiK'w^....„nin;tnfi The original fund was started to help provide medical needs for 4-H and FFA students and their families. It was a later date that the committee began to disperse scholarships to graduating seniors. Pete Lakey, son of Asa and Mary Lakey of Burney was always very involved with 4-H and FFA. Each year he raised a market pig to show at the Inter-Mountain Fair. In 1970, as a high school junior, he died of cancer. The market project he began was sold at that year’s fair and started the Pete Lakey Memorial Fund. Scores of local high school graduates start their college careers more financially secure thanks to the Pete Lakey Memorial Fund. The scholarship is given to deserving seniors who have demonstrated outstanding community and school involvement with an agriculture emphasis, such as 4-H and or FFA. How does t...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 23 August 2011

Road closures and traffic controls will occur along the Pit River through the fall months of September through December 2011, Pacific Gas and Electric Company ( PG& E) announced lsat week. Temporary delays may be encountered. Flaggers will control traffic during equipment movement and material deliveries. Road at Pit 3 Powerhouse will be restricted and/ or closed to through traffic during the construction period of September 6th, 2011 to December 16th, 2011. Access to the Pit River upstream of the Pit 3 Powerhouse is available from Clark Creek Road at Five Corners along the eastern end the Pit River Canyon Road. Access to the Pit River downstream of the Pit 4 Powerhouse is available from the town of Big Bend, via Big Bend Road from Highway 299. Signs will be posted at both entrances to advise the public of delays or closures. Pit River Canyon During construction work, Pit River Canyon Road will be accessible despite these road closures with only a few exceptions: Road Cl...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 23 August 2011

M Goal: Get NSCIF title back! I HE Photo by Trenton Arendt SWEEPING... FR quarterback Austin Reynolds sweeps past Yreka defender at scrimmage Sat. of the Bulldogs fea- tures eight returning veterans with varsity T h e F a l l R i v e r Bulldogs will seek to get back on top of the section this season, as they bring a ton of veteran’s back for the 2011 gridiron season. The 2011 version You can watch for speedsters like Jake Farkas along with a couple of sophomores brought up in Sterling Humphry and Michael Westlund - both ate up yardage as JV’s last year. SE E FR / Page B-3 Gone are the top rushers from last year in Jonny Fourney and Tyler Kirk, but Neugebauer sees a lot of speedy talent filling the backfield this year. “and we’ll go with a shotgun formation most of the time to utilize our speed.” experience, bolstered by a ton of last years junior varsity players graduating to the varsity squad this season. “We’re pretty well split when it comes to experience,” summed up secondyear h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 23 August 2011

The G-Peppers went 4-0 in sweeping the 2-day made up of Intermountain Area softball players, took the championship of the Modoc District Fair Bale Bash here over the weekend. CEDARVILLE - The Ghost Peppers, a team Ghost Peppers win Modoc Tourney For information and a registration form, contact Dr. Dan Dahle at 294-5241. A $ 15 entry fee includes a shirt, or $ 5 just for one of the runs. A 5-mile run from the fairgrounds to the Glenburn Church is also on tap. Mile markers and water will be available at 1-3-& 5 mile marks. Participants will walk/ run 1-mile down McArthur-Glenburn Road, then turn around and return to the fairgrounds. A 2-mile out and back fun run/ walk starting at the southwest entrance to the fairgrounds. There are two formats available to runners: Check in time is 7: 30am, with the runs beginning at 8am. McARTHUR - The annual Labor Day Weekend Fun Run at the Fair is set for Saturday, September 3. September 3rd Fair Fun-Run is but lost in the first title g...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 23 August 2011

at Burrwy' Tutelar;*" Burnoy at Chiesler Quincy at Mafcwstl 5:30 pm 5:30pm 5 30pm SiJOpm 5:30 pm 3' '|>:n S:J0pm 5 30pm 5 30pm S:30pm Big Valley Cardinals Aug. 26 &ep. 9 Sep. 16 Sep. 23 Sep 30 Od. U Oct. 21 Oct 28 ** Denotes Shasta-Cascade League games Jeff Earnest led his Fall River ‘ Dogs through a 3-team scrimmage in Mt. Shasta Saturday. Burney’s Jed Tate returns to try and make Junior Varsity teams gear up for ‘ 11 it two years in a row as SCL champs. Burney did not take part in Saturday's scrimmage, and no roster was provided by press time. Photo by Ron Mosher J. V. ACTION... Fall River JV ball carrier follows blocker in scrimmage against Mt. Shasta Saturday. Fall River and Burney JV’s will go head-to-head to officially open the 2011 football season this Friday in Fall River at 5: 30pm. Fall River J. V. ROSTER 2011 BV FOOTBALL_____________ Now it’s wait and see if they can climb back to the top of the northern section CIF Division V pile come November. Ne...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 23 August 2011

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 23 August 2011

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 23 August 2011

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 30 August 2011

Lommen to walk for the Cure Monica will participate in the 60 mile, three day walk next month in San Francisco. Proceeds from her fundraising efforts will benefit breast cancer research and community education SEE WALK, A-6 — Some people have ideas. Some people think about what can and should be done. Some people put it all together and get it done. In taking By Valerie Lakey Mountain Echo reporter FALL RIVER MILLS Monica Lommen of Fall River Mills has a great story to tell and the event hasn’t happened yet. In March of a step in the direction of action, one may find benefits and inspiration they didn’t know existed. disease. 2010, Monica decided to participate in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure event. Her part in the fight against breast cancer is one of many across the country aimed at raising money for the New transmission lines not in the works Enel, according to Shasta County Planner Richard Simon, has three meteorological towers southwest of Hatchet ridge Project and eas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 30 August 2011

• 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. The CSD might just have a lot less egg on their face when its all over. on the water or sewer system. I think it would be much more logical to get a lawyers opinion on the law, especially since their position is being challenged by the experts. other attorney qualified to give them an opinion about exactly what laws I t has become obvious that what the Fall River Mills Community Services District board of directors needs to do is spend another couple of hundred dollars with either the Shasta County Council’s office or an- The CSD is telling the agency in charge of setting the boundaries that its experienced staff doesn’t know the law and the CSD is going to do it i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 30 August 2011

By Gary Gary Derenia Mountain Echo August 30, 2011 Page A-3 Lions Hall roof repaired n 0 . Fall River Lions Club In 2003, the Fall River Lions Club received a $ 100k government grant to make some badly needed repairs to the 103 year old Lions Hall in McArthur which The total cost to Fall River Lions is approximately $ 5,000. In 2010, all of the roofs rusty areas were coated with a rust inhibitor and metal restorer. Now in 2011, the roof is receiving several coats of roofing compound. The work is being completed by two local roofers, Jimmy Hickman and Brenda Gayhart. In 2009, the club completely replaced all the original nails with roofing screws which greatly improved the roofs ability to keep out the wind and weather. The last of three steps in the repair of roof which was originally installed in 1952 is now under way. serves as a community center for several communities in the Intermountain area. Unfortunately, the grant funds were exhausted on repairs and upgrades long before get...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 30 August 2011

n. Intermountain Falling and tree serrfte Professional wort Timber Falling Tree Trimming Tree Removal BnjSh Rsmnval Hazardous Trte Asses & nwnn : ira Safe Preparatioi (jcarreed £ Iflsufed matt Hawkiirc :eir: 530-524-696- Hawkins Timber Willi M F-da huh Kittys ha;r salon 37064 Main, St OPEN Monday, Truinday Friflsy and Saturday Women • Ktef: WALK-IN3 WELCOME Patty 'TP* ShrH&jJ HmSftUt all your floor covering needs Intermountain Floors takes care of lic # 507859 FAX: 335-4006 In addition to the Thunderbirds three other jets will perform — an Air Force A-10, a Canadian Forces F-18 and a vintage T-33 fighter. Civilian performers include: Melissa Pemberton in an Edge 540 and her husband, Rex, in his wing suit; Eddie Andreini in a P-51 Mustang and Stearman; John Collver in his vintage AT-6 Texan Marine trainer; Evan Wolfe’s T28C Trojan warbird; Julie Clark in her T-34 Smokin’ Mentor and the Coast Guard’s Dolphin helicopter rescue demo. Steve Stavrakakis returns to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 30 August 2011

.M.\UIME.hlh^{%-EViuni^h-|ii ■lit irivlt tiTucr 'il 111', I .ii THANK YOU SPONSORS! TO ALL OUR nt arc h-MjrLV Omi|. Tn t' nr n. -it Anthem 0 Shelby Gibbs from the Providence 4-H, is raising this year's Pete Lakey Pig Photo by Valerie Lazkey. By Valerie Lakey Budgets may look something like this: Steer Hog Lamb Cost of feeder animal $800 $250 $250 Feed $600 $200 $100 Miscellaneous Costs $100 $50 $50 Total Project Cost $1500 $500 $400 Break Even Per Pound $1.20 $2.10 $2.85 Based on Sale Weight 1250# 240# 140# Current Market Value $1.15/lb $0.95/lb $1.41/lb The market animal experience is a great one. I can speak from experience, having participated for 8 years as a youngster and helping my children with their many years of projects. There is nothing quite like it to teach responsibility. The key is to let the exhibitor be in control and experience the whole opportunity that is there for them. Learning the budget process and taking part in a real market commodity is a valuable experien...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 30 August 2011

x-ray machine repair, architect and engineering, new backbone infrastructure and phone system, and Fall River and Burney parking lots. Some of the remaining projects beside the roof project include kitchen and laundry upgrades, cardiac monitoring system and the seismic wall. In regular business, the board approved the RFP for the roofing project. Both facilities, Fall River and Burney, will be roofed. In the original discussion at a previous board meeting, board members directed that a bid be obtained to include the Burney facility. Scheduling construction Legacy Roofing and Waterproofing, Inc. of Sacramento had the low bid, which includes a $ 50,000 contingency fee. There is concern over how much dry rot will be found so the high contingency is beneficial. The at both sites under the same bid will provide significant savings. To date $ 1,168,808 in bond funds have been disbursed funding recent gas line replacement, bid of $ 467,125 is over the budgeted $ 400,000 of Measure D money....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 30 August 2011

FR opens with Fair Bowl win over Burney £2 ■ IS s Tin' ■ After trading punts to open the second half, Peter’s scored number two on a 20-yard weave through the Raider defense to put FR up 146. Fall River gave the ball back again on another fumble, but the Raiders couldn’t march the 80yards before the half ended. Photo by Trenton Arendt DEFENSE CLOSES IN... Burney defenders close in on Fall River quarterback Austin Reynolds in Friday nights Inter-Mountian Fair Bowl game to open the 2011 football campaign. Photos by Ron Mosher FAIR BOWL ACTION... ( above) Michael Peters runs interference for ball carrier Michael Westlund. ( right) Burney’s Duane White wraps up FR’s Austin Reynolds. ( below) Michael Peters runs into Burney defense (# 66 Austin Doers). The Raiders held Fall River to 3-and-out in their first series, but Fall River pulled the same trick on Burney. The difference being that the Bulldogs muffed the Raider punt to give Burney back the ball on their own 48. J. J. Villarruel br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 30 August 2011

For Burney, Logan Winningham finished with 34 yards, Jordan Estes added 15. Caleb Frazier was 1-for-1 in passing for 10 yards, with Nathan Glazzard picking off a Fall RIver pass for 10 yards. sions. Scotty Dean added two 2-point conver- Jake Moore gathered up 74 yards on five carries with two touchdowns. Jonny Westlund picked up 86 yards on fifteen carries and one touchdown. Tanner Gallion had five carries for 24 yards, two conversions, and picked up a Burney fumble and rumbled 55 yards for a touchdown. Quarterback Gallion also completed two of four passes for 13 yards. Jeremiah Pearson caught one pass for 11 yards and picked up nine yards in three carries, while James Cibella caught on pass for two yards. Ryan Doers ran the ball seven times for 88 yards and two touchdowns, while Brennan Gilligan had nine totes for 80 yards, two TD’s and a pair of 2-point conversions. Don Johnson won the Putting Contest. Allison. The team with the fewest putts was comprised of Bob Hayes, Karen Estes...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 30 August 2011

All four will have Lakey setting it up for them - and she may be the best at that in the SCL this season. With Thompson and Sloat hitting at the net from the corners, and Parker and Amanda Lewis coming at the opposition from the middle, the Bulldogs attack at the net could be as ferocious as a Bulldog growl. Jr S? Kace-y Putnam Muryann Parker K.1 11 1 Lawia Amanda: Lewis Laaih ImhntT Kilty 3 Handy Lakay Carly Brown Cilia Thompson Player Yr □svyn BerlC Sarah Calzia Miranda Gallagher Player A.itibOr YVoOdon Katelyn Agm Rachelle Rodriguez Myisha Ga-rperiLtir MiMfe Vlnallngj Breanna Benson Sophia Pellagrino Han?y Sibert Hatey Ingalls Lens- Dougrwrty Selina Islaa Megan Fairch'kd La My Stave-n&on Kristin Slansbeny Taylor Numi Player Hsik>y Slevensoni Jessica Sflndberg Courtney Jamas Siara BabCock Last season the Bulldogs finished third with a record of 6-4 “Even though the older kids are doing a great job in practice, the younger players are really showing promise,”...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 30 August 2011

UPCOMING EVENTS Harlow Meadow Restoration Project Request for Public Comment/ Review: CEQA Exemption, The Fall River Resource Conservation District, acting as Lead Agency under the California Environmental Quality Act ( CEQA), has submitted a Notice of Exemption. The public is invited to review and comment on the proposed project. The project seeks to restore a stream and meadow ( five acres in size) referred as Harlow Meadow within the headwaters of Dana Creek. The Fall River RCD will receive comments between August 30 and September 30, which are the starting and ending dates for the review period. Please contact Patty Betz ( 336-6591) at fallriverrcd@ citlink. net if you wish to review the project description and plan, which is held at the Fall River RCD office ( 44327 Hwy 299E) in McArthur, CA. DONATE YOUR CAR: Children’s Cancer Fund! Help Save A Child’s Life Through Research & Support! Free Vacation Package. Fast, Easy & Tax Deductible. Call 1-800-252-061...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 30 August 2011

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