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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

by PHIL NELSON Dave Laffranchini ( right) at his retirement party talking with retired sergeant Chuck Sanborn. Veteran deputy says jailing molesters was best work will also clear out pockets of Scotch broom, a highly flammable invasive weed. The U. S. Forest Service is providing funding to create this fuel break, which will be completed in advance of a prescribed burn the Forest Service has slated for next winter adjacent to these prop- erties. Another grant awarded to the Trinity County Resource Conservation District will provide fuel reduction on a total of 80 acres in the Douglas City area and will augment preventative work done in that area during the past several years. This project is spread out along stretches of four roads off Highway 299 and will treat parcels on Vitzthum Gulch, Top of the Grade, Old Poker Bar Road and Little Browns Mountain Road. Funding is from the Bureau of Land Management. The buildup of fuels has reached extreme levels in each of these areas, posing si...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

5: 15 5: 15 5: 15 5: 15 5: 15 5: 15 5: 15 Community Calendar ( NA) Hayfork, 7 p. m., 12Step study/ discussion, Solid Rock Church on Tule Creek Rd. & Hwy. 3. Call Jeff at 628-4345 or Eddie at 628-4285. ( NA) Weaverville, 7 p. m., Serenity in Trinity meeting, PUD building, Weaverville. ( OA) Lewiston Overeater’s Anonymous, 6 p. m., Lewiston Community Center on Texas Ave. ( AA) Weaverville women’s meeting, 6: 15-7: 15 p. m., Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Rd. ( NA) Weaverville, noon, Just for Today, Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Rd. ( AA) Trinity Center, 6 p. m., Northern Lights, Red building next to the I. O. O. F. Hall. ( NA) Lewiston, 6 p. m., Dinner meeting, Trinity River Recovery Lodge. by PHIL NELSON Si ■ ( AA) Willow Creek, 7 p. m., Senior Resource Center on Hwy. 299. ( AA) Lewiston, 7 p. m., 12x12 Book Study, Community Center, Texas Ave. Domestic Violence Support Group, Weaverville. Call HRN at 623-2024 for meeting time and place and for further information. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

Murrison.“ The y in turn ge t suppor t and assistance from Amber Mor gan, who takes care of the freezer and frozen food section, Ann Moore, the pro- duce manager, and our head cashier Raquel Brown, who has also learned to assist in the meat department. All these guys make up a close-knit ‘ family’ which makes it easier for Ronda to spend more time at Ropin’ Ronda’s and for me to spen d time at the ranch,” said Murrison. wildlife.”“ Murrison.“ Steve Bass is in charge of the meat department, and the other five- year employ-e e, Mary Beegle, is the book-keep er, scanner programmer and computer technician,” added Murrison.“ wildlife.”“ ped into the assistant man- ager posi tion by her abilities to handle jus t about anything involved with the store,” said Murrison.“ It was also in 1994 that Scott met Ropin’ Ronda, which he considers a most fortunate occasion. Ronda took over managemen t of the store in 2000“ and she’s doin g a grea t jo b,” said Scott.“ She’s the rea- son the store is t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

What a lot of people don’t know about Jim is his volunteer work with the California judiciary, so he knows the laws. He has his years of experience on the bench. He is a Sober Grad donor. He donates to the Trinity High academ- A big thanks goes to our friends and neighbors who enthusiastically spent the morning making our roads and highways ready for this in the U. S. F. S.— Larry Hayes, Mike Jackson, Chris Marsh, Vicki Wilson, and Keith Wright. ThankstoBeckyStetson,who Thanks to Becky Stetson, who once again ran Old Brown around town as our sweeper truck. Jerry Fulton generously arranged for us to use the fairgrounds for our recycling and lunch celebration. district. Thanks to Donna Harmon for arranging this sponsorship. She was joined by other employees with- On Saturday, April 5th, volunteers in Hayfork turned out to help with our first Trek 4 Trash of this year. Most of them were return helpers and we were happy to include many new neighbors. This event was sponsored by the Shas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

The Colusa-Glenn-Trinity Community Action Partnership volunteers provide countless hours of unpaid service. The partnership provides services for more than 5,000 lim-ited-income residents through employment programs, family resource centers, housing rehabilitation, energy assistance, emergency food and shelter, rent assistance, child May is National Community Action Month, so it is appropriate that the Glenn County Human Resource Agency, Community Action Partnership is calling for nominations of outstanding volunteers in the community. Recognition for volunteers Citizens of Trinity County are asked to nominate those people that help make the community a better place to live. Larry and Joyce McCord were the Outstanding Volunteers of the Year for 2006. For a nomination form, call Sandi Moore at ( 530) 9341470 or e-mail smoore@ hra. co. glenn. ca. us. The deadline to return nomination forms is Wednesday, April 30. The winner and all nominees will be recognized at the Trinity County pub...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

in removing items that would have restricted the hydroseeding project. the Hayfork Cemetery may now put the items back. The grass is coming along! Thank you for your support Those of you who removed special items from the graves Resource Center has a pro- gram for young adults ages 19-21. This program may help the fair and the young adults if they were placed will hold its regular monthly meeting in the board room at the fairgrounds. President Billie Miller will conduct the meeting. Last month, Cindy Montoya gave a very interesting report. Smart Business Thursday, April 17, at 6: 30 p.m., the Trinity County Fair By HOLLY ANDERSON ( 530) 623-2324 Golden Age Center News This Friday, April 18, Hayfork High School baseball and softball teams will be playing Mountain Valley Unified School District Adult Education quilting classes are being held in the Quilter’s Playhouse at the fairgrounds. Instructor Lisa Randolph has been teaching the class how to design a quilt. The quilters have been...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

by B ILL B ROSCHAT ■ 4 •.» Serving Trinity County since 1980 Spring Repair Materials Sale 28th Anniversary Sale CL2 1.5” - 0 AGGREGATE BASE 1.5” DRAIN ROCK • # 4 WASHED SAND Take advanta ge of this limited time sale on: CL2 3/ 4” - 0 AGGRE GATE BASE The Finest - of Coarse .j^fc^ BLUE SHALE account, Beginning February 20, 2008 we will take 10% OFF regular price for material on a 30 day Offer Don’t wait! Monday th roug h Friday, 9: 00 a. m. to 4: 00 p. m. for more details or to place an order. Call 530-623-4444 or 20% OFF for C. O. D. sales. All Orders must be delivered within 3 month period. 200 8 RATTLESNAKE VACCINES availa ble at: If ■ The TRINITY JOURNAL Hayfork sof tball Hayfork High School batter Lindsey Ferguson pre-p ares to bunt the ball durin g a softball game at Red- ding Christian on Frida y. Each team won a game in the doubleheader. Fishing Report B y E. B. Du ggan ( 530) 629-3554 yen2fish@ ya hoo. com I by B ILL B ROSCHAT Jum ping into first place Hayfork High School’s N...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

and later would seek to attract wealthy Bay Area families. “About 35 years ago I said, ‘ I’m going to own Carrville someday,’” he commented, adding that he at fi rst intended to buy the inn with partners for private use only, but decided it was“ too important to the community.” lived on the ranch for over 100 years, and the Carr family graveyard with 24 burials is on the property. Fire destroyed the building in 1917, and the Carrville Inn that stands today was built the following year. Three generations of Carrs In addition to room rentals, the grounds with their fruit trees and rose gardens are available for weddings and other special events. After the property passed out of the hands of the Carr family, the inn had a succession of owners. It had been owned for the past 11 years by Dave and Sheri Overly, who ran it as a bed and breakfast place. The new restaurant, Carr Creek Café, will open May 5 with an organic French country menu and wines from Trinity County and Napa Valley. Peo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

By BETTY EYMAN ( 530) 266-3440 bettyeyman@ tds. net Show The Second Annual Woodworkers This year, people can help the ACS by participating in its Cancer Prevention Study. Anyone between the ages of 30 and 65 who has never been diagnosed with On May 1, there is another opportunity to get involved -“ Paint Our Town Purple Day.” Throughout California, towns, schools and businesses will celebrate cancer survivorship and bring about cancer awareness using the “Power of Purple” to get out information about the many ACS cancer programs and to honor the many survivors. So, wear purple and ask about decorating around your workplace or school – the goal is to see the whole town awash in purple on May 1. The Relay Kickoff will be held this day at the Bandstand, so stop by and show your support at 5: 30 p. m. ment, 1 Industrial Way in Weaverville. cer. org/ rfl trinitycountyca. visit the Trinity County relay Web site at http:// events. can- information, contact Event Chair Linda Scribner at 778...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

ding and Diane Dunsmore of Hayfork. He was predeceased by his parents, Suzanne Patton and Russell Patton. ding, Julie Carranza of Red- He is survived by his son, Sawyer Patton of Redding; stepson, Kyle Tresse of Hayfork; daughters, Georgia Patton of Redding, Savannah Patton of Hayfork and Amber Patton of Hayfork; stepdaughter, Alicia Hall of Hayfork; brothers, Dan Bush of Redding and Perry Patton of Orofino, Idaho; and his sisters, Kathi Gaston of Red- He was born June 15, 1976, in Redding. He lived in Hayfork all his life, and he was a timber faller for 16 years. He was an outdoorsman who liked to hunt, fish and ride horses. He loved his children. JAMES H. PATTON James H. Patton, 31, of Hayfork, died April 14 at his residence. By KATIE QUINN ( 530) 778-3307 katieq@ com-pair. net FD-90 Lewiston Sluice Box Arrangements will be handled by Forrest Funeral Home in Weaverville. KATHY LINE She was born on Sept. 6, 1952. Kathy Line, 55, died on April 10 of natural causes at her residence i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

2002 POP-TOP CAMPER— Fits full-size short bed pickup. All usual options. $ 7,500 OBO. 623-2395. 4-16-1tc org. Call 530-623-5541 to have one mailed. A Trinity Hospital application must be submitted for consideration. Mail to Trinity Hospital, Attn: HR, Box 1229, Weaverville, CA 96093, or email to tharris@ mcmedical. org 4-2-tfc PUBLIC NOTICE citizens for hospital, dump fees and fire department. Also that renters will be liable for the fee that is usually passed on to them anyway, and the fire department has not fulfilled their responsibility to save property. They have taken on more than they can service. Call Jim at 530-356-1160 with questions. 4-9-3tc 4-16-1tc COURT SERVICES CLERK I, $ 2,121.22-$ 2,578.35 monthly OR COURT SERVICES CLERK II, $ 2,343.15-$ 2,848.14 monthly. Apply by 5 p. m., April 25, 2008. Applications may be obtained at www. trinity. courts. ca. gov OR by contacting Trinity Superior Court, P. O. Box 1258, Weaverville, CA 96093. Phone ( 530) 623-1369. EOE. 4-9-3tc - ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 16 April 2008

Weaverville has a brand new club known as the Merrymak-e rs, which was recentl y organize d, its membershi p consistin g of gir l students of Trinity County High School. Meetings are held every other Monday evening at 7: 30 at the Women’s Civic Improvement Club rooms. The club is sponsored by Mesdames Greta Ka y, Flor-ence Morris, and Ka rlyn Van Ma- tre and the Misses Vivian Ben-nett, Belle Carter, Lucille Caton, owners. The once world famous La-Grange Mine was sold here last Monday under the Sheriff ’ s ham-mer to satisfy a judgment of $ 4,045 with cost and interest against the LaGran ge Placers, Inc., presen t Saturday, April 8, 1933 75 YEARS AGO Members of Troop 78, Girl Scouts, took Easter baskets con- taining homemade fudge, Tuesday afternoon to pa tients and residents of the Convalescent Home. If you thought it wetter than usual, you’re right. Total to date is 57.18 inches, the highest rainfall recorded since 1922. Records are kept from July 1st of one year to June 30th of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

By AMY GITTELSOHN The dog barking case against ( Back page, this section) Edwards said she first heard about Friday’s hearing late on Thursday from a concerned citizen who knows Smith, and she asked that person to notify Smith as well. Smith said he heard about Friday’s hearing after the fact.“ I was never notified or anything,” he said.“ There should have been a continuance because the sheriff wasn’t there and nobody knew the court date.” about his credibility.” Heryford – a candidate for Trinity County Superior Court judge – said Smith’s absence from the hearing was telling. speedy trial, and Dier said he would have to dismiss the case. “All people have heard from for the last month or two is Mr. Smith, who had the time to write a letter to the editor full of a lot of misinformation and didn’t bother to show up at trial to testify,” Heryford said after the hearing.“ I think that says a lot opted not to get involved with an infraction. Animal Control Officer Christine Edwards was i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

( AA) Lewiston, 7 p. m., 12x12 Book Study, Community Center, Texas Ave. Superior California Economic Development Department ( SCEDD) Microenterprise Development Program hosts free self-employment workshop. For time and more information call 623-2764. Thursday Night Strippers quilting guild, 6 to 9 p. m., Textile Traditions Quilt Shop, 555 Main, Weaverville. Lewiston Lions Club, breakfast meeting, Mountain Valley Grill, 7 a. m. Fair- Hayfork Lions Club, grounds, 7: 30 p. m. Trinity Lake Lions, I. O. O. F. Hall, Trinity Center, 7 p. m. Trinity Family Medical Group, free blood pressure clinic, all day, except noon-2 p. m. Planned Parenthood, Weaverville, 9: 45 a. m. to 4 p. m. Bingo, Douglas City Fire Station, 7 p. m. THURSDAY, APRIL 24 Domestic Violence Support Group, Weaverville. Call HRN at 623-2024 for meeting time and place and for further information. ( AA) Salyer, 7 p. m., Wayside Chapel on Highway 299. ( AA) Lewiston Big Book Study, 7 p. m., Community Center on Texas Ave. ( Al ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

1 3 LAY S BALL April 23, 2008 Little League opening day ■"■V ! Trinity Little League opening ceremonies were held Saturday at Lowden Park, followed by games. Weaverville fi refi ghter Robert Newman accepts the plaque from Supervisor Jeff Morris on behalf of the departments. The ceremony included presentation of a plaque to all fi re departments in the surrounding area. At right, Trinity Little League has grown by about 25 youths to 168, said President Keith Bigham. DATES AND LOCATIONS Saturday, May 3, 2008 Hyampom - Community Park 9: 30 ~ 10: 30 Dr. Martin, DVM ( Vet only) Hayfork - Fairgrounds 12: 30 ~ 2: 00 Saturday, May 10, 2008 Weaverville - Lowden Park 9: 30 ~ 10: 30 Dr. Nickerson, DVM Junction City - Grange Hall 12: 00 ~ 12: 30 Big Bar - Store 1: 30 ~ 2: 00 Hawkins Bar - Store 3: 00 ~ 3: 30 Saturday, May 17, 2008 Mad River - Community Hall 9: 30 ~ 10: 30 Dr. Anderson, DVM Van Duzen Road, Mad River Saturday, June 14, 2008 Douglas City - Post Office 9: 00 ~ 10: 30 Dr. Weiner, DV...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

\ UKe rr \n Trinity County’s Newspaper Since 1856 The TRINITY JOURNAL Mike Wenninger Editor P. O. Box 340, 500 Main St., Weaverville, CA 96093 Phone ( 530) 623-2055 Fax ( 530) 623-5382 E-mail trinityjournal@ dcacable. net Lloyd Smith, Bridget Carson composition / printing Ad composition Thanks Distributor Reporters Sally Morris, Amy Gittelsohn Barry Leeder Phil Nelson Photography I personally support Eric Heryford because of his willingness to listen to all sides, fairness, fiscal responsibility, overall legal experience, and knowledge of the law. The courage of Eric to pursue this course of action leading to his vindication, and his unswerving faith in our judicial system, represent to me some of the attributes that are found in an individual seeking the office of judge of the Superior Court. misrepresentations may be made by an individual with an agenda by simply submitting a letter to the local newspaper. The resulting damage to one’s reputation is often difficult to repair. Reas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

Serving Trinity County since 1980 Spring Repair Materials Sale 28th Anniversary Sale 'I A Senior’s View By BARBARA TALVOLA ( 530) 623-2984 Fax 623-4428 Museum Musings By SHARON MacKENZIE The entertainment that was planned was called to a halt when the comedian called in sick. The job went to Will Shaw, who was a good sport and sang a couple of songs to the best of his ability. The dinner of lasagna and salad plus dessert was enjoyed by all. Many silent auction items went for good prices and the pancake with Elvis in the middle went for an undisclosed amount to Bridget Carson. Much fun was had by running up the bids for charity. It was nice to see Kathy Rash and her husband out enjoying the evening. The item made by her husband for auction was the item I most desired, but I was The Celebration of Life for John and Lois Mikkola was held Saturday, April 12, at the Grange. There were a lot of good old stories, cowboy poetry, and a bunch of good old cowboys throwing a lot of horseshoes. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

wwWM Andrews Handy Man Service & Property Maintenance 623-6082 cell: 623-0473 X-Ray, Ultrasound, Echo, Pacemakers, EECP EKG, Treadmill and chemical stress testing Labs for Coumadin, Cholesterol, liver enzymes Please check our web site DRSTEMPLE. COM One Stop Medical Care Now Accepting New Patients! V- 4 Trinit y Center Trail p lanners are ( from left, front row) chair person Bett y E yman, Pat Plumb, Lynton Scott, Supervisor Judy Pflueger, Maxine Hochman, Mary Hamilton; ( back row) NRCS project coordinator Bruce Williams and county trails chairman Jerr y Hauke. From the North 4 0 By BETTY EYMAN ( 530) 266-3440 bettyeyman@ tds. net For more information about juvenile diabetes, vis-it www. jdf. org or contact the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International at 1-800-533-CURE. Tickets for the fight can be purc hased at the Corner Mart in Weaverville ( next to Napa Auto Parts). He will be competing at Blue Lake Casino in Humboldt Count y on Saturda y, Ma y 10, and all...

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