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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 6 September 2011

UPDATES 2010 - 2011 API COMPARISON 2010 2011 Ejifl/ttMS 7\A &B3 -17 Bur S4j 345 1 FRE 719 7B4 65 BHS 825 315 10 eVEIem 731 720 -11 BVH5 of a school’s annual performance level The index points are based on a scale of 200 – 1000 with the 200 score being the worst. The index results are tied to money and incentive awards. It is also used as a part of the “Federal No Child Left Behind Act” progress. loss of 17 points from the previous year. The scoring involves a complex mix of considerations including graduation rates, attendance, school population, economic and minority counts as well as standardized testing academic scores. It is designed to be an indicator trolman. REDDING — District Attorney Steve Carlton announced Friday that the four officers who shot and killed Kenneth Ray Wilson, 41, a known violent felon who had threatened to do violence against the police and who drew a gun and fired at deputies as he ran from them August 4, were justified in what they did. Becaus...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 6 September 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. 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: It is a great privilege to serve you on the chow line and the fire line. We want to express our humble gratitude for your continued support during our annual BBQ Fundraiser. You always support us with your presence and your cordial attitude. Thank You Editor: We would like to thank the people of the Inter Mountain Area for their support. That was a few months ago and it still isn’t fixed. problem with their s...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 6 September 2011

Ik'r flfsn srm frr l>totti and Jkwltfp falnnf Prci SENIORS 20% DISCOUNT i group of ten of us went out and had traditional beer at a restaurant. Locals surrounded us, taking pictures and wanting to talk with us. It sounds New Menu f terns: New Assortment of Breakfast Breakfast Skillets Sandwiches New Lunch Specials Salad Bar like a joke but one person even invited some of us to a wedding, knowing us for only seconds. Next week I will be moving out of the dorms for a short week to stay in a village an hour out of the city. Look for more to come from the wedding, working at a safari game reserve and living in a village. The constant reminder of the danger made many of us wary of making local friends. While it is almost a guarantee that someone will take advantage of us at some point, locals have been As soon as our plane landed in Gaborone, our group of 20 was repeatedly warned of the crime in the city and the possibility of us being pick-pocketed or robbed. We were told tha...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 6 September 2011

Artists offer traveling shows Page A - 4 September 6, 2011 Mountain Echo Fail River Estate advertisement Your advertisement could be here CALL 336-6262 FOR DETAILS advertisement Tto wgrirt li Id w*iu Yrlamins 4 SuapiEmentB Hamwpattiic R*mwJi« 335-3717 M-::-;ln>- tlru Sunday 37ittU»lnSi. ■ Sgrney Invited to judge this year’s show were local photography instructor, Craig Harrington, and local artists Richard Jenne, and Stan Sours. The first place winners of the Burney Ba- The Intermountain artists combined forces with the Burney Basin Days committee to establish the First Annual Juried Art Show. The show was held on July 1st and 2nd at Angelina at the Rex in Burney, and was an extension of the Burney Basin Days activities. Next week, the show will be featured at Burney Falls Lodging Lobby building evolve. Each traveling show is proving to be a little different as some pieces may change as the shows Pat Carlson was not able to show her piece as it is in another show. In its ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 6 September 2011

Approx, Saturday September 10th Championships Bracket Raider Review Josh most recently was among several people who were credited with saving a man who had stopped breathing and had no pulse at the US Bank in Burney. Josh has been to hundreds of calls since joining the department, and is truly growing into an outstanding firefighter. He has a long and great career in the fire service ahead of him. I am honored and consider it a privilege to be able to recognize Firefighter VanDixon as our Firefighter/ Employee of the month. August’s Firefighter of the Month is Josh VanDixon. Josh came to the Burney Fire Protection District in the summer of 2010 as the first member of the Department’s newly created Resident Firefighter Program. Josh is a 2008 graduate of West Valley High, and graduated from the Fire Academy at Shasta College in 2010. Firefighter VanDixon has taken numerous classes on his own to help make him a better firefighter. Because of Josh’s excellent work ethic and determinati...

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

XT* By Valerie Lakey Anthem $ 400,000 this year. California State budget cuts eliminated the $ 32 million dollars of funding California’s 78 fairs receives. Volunteers and Sponsors – The fair would not survive without the many volunteers and sponsors that contribute time, resources and money. Soliciting, organizing and recognizing these people are other responsibilities the fair management works on throughout the year. Banners displayed throughout the fairgrounds recognize these many individuals and businesses. The Intermountain Fair Heritage Foundation has been formed and contributes to improvements to the fairgrounds.“ Efforts like these allow us to keep getting things done.” Said Fair Manager Bob Macfarlane. The foundation has already accomplished several projects and has a list of future projects. This is just a small sample of the many things that have to be accomplished prior to opening the gates of the fair. Once opening day happens, the work continues to keep the fair runnin...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 6 September 2011

—| —: 4 Photos by Ron Mosher OA 1 Hi POKER Where Winning is Always FUN! 4 ft could drive it away September 23rd Get your FREE tickets now our California Native Indian drawing for CASH and an ATV... Just hit a $ 50 ( or more) payline slot win and collect your FREE ticket! Then join us for the fun September 23rd drawings starting at 7pm. $ 20 Buy-In gets you $ 2,000 in chips $ 250 ADDED TO PRIZE POT Friday, September 30th, 7pm Register by 6pm Saturday, September 24th, BLACKJACK $ 250 ADDED TO PRIZE $ 20 Buy-In gets you $ 5,000 in chips Optional $ 5 dealer gratuity gets you another $ 1,000 Must register by 5pm that day BHS to honor Vet’s & 9/ 11 Burney High School will mark the tenth anniversary of the 9/ 11 tragedy by honoring local veterans prior to their varsity football game Friday night against U-Prep of Redding. All veterans are invited to attend the games free, and to be honored in a ceremony prior to the varsity contest. The presentation of colors, a moment of silen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 6 September 2011

Complete list of runners and their times: 5-MiMile - - - 1. Mike West ( 22: 13) Half of the proceeds from the event to to area high school sports, with the other half to the I n t e r m o u n t a i n Healthcare Foundation. 2. Jack Arnold ( 22: 15) 3. Tim Arnold ( 35: 28) 4. Lisa Hall ( 36: 29) 5. Colin Corr ( 38: 25) 6. Bonnie Cox ( 38: 44) 7. Mimi Brown ( 39: 57) 9. Julie McCullough ( 43: 11) In the 2-mile walkrun, Vera Brown and her dog Roxy covered the course in the shortest time of 19: 51. Second went to Joel Tamblyn ( 19: 57) and third to Denise Alvarez ( 20: 30). McARTHUR - A total of 31 hearty runner’s turned out early Saturday morning for the annual InterMountain Fair/ Dr. Dan Dahle Fun-Run. Covering a 5-mile course from the Fairgrounds to the Glenburn church were 18 runners, with Mike West finishing the course in the shortest time of 33: 22. Brothers Jack and Tim Arnold took second and third respectively in times of 33: 15 and 25: 28. BURNEY - The Ghost Peppers, who were se...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 6 September 2011

m [arts* W3s VAy batty Last Week’s Scores Liberty 2, Herlong 0 ( ff) Westwood 64, Rdg. C. 8 Hayfork 34, Greenville 16 Butte Val. 36, Loyalton 18 Dunsmuir 47, Prince. 14 Champion 53, Mercy 14 This Week’s Games Friday, Sept. 9 Big Valley at Elk Creek Rdg. Chrst. at Champion Westwood at H. Camp Princeton at Hayfork Greenville at Dunsmuir Liberty at Loyalton t 1W Fall River hosts the Emblem ‘ F’ tourney starting Thursday. three kills and together with Kaitlin Lewis had two blocks apiece. leah Imhoff also got into the serving act with eight points. 29 1-fl IJ 1-1 41 FALL RIVER Etna Htti *± EE 1-3 63 1L 1L 111 JL Last Week’s Scores U-Prep 72, Weed 22 Hoopa Valley 62, Etna 0 This Week’s Games Friday, Sept. 9 U-Prep at Burney Fall River at Chester Modoc at Paisley, OR. Los Molinos at Weed 1-0 47 04 ft H& VALLEY UnEmjr Idg.Owtn Amanda Lewis added Kiley Sloat had eight service points and four kills, while Maryann Parker had four kills and six digs on defense. Mandy Lakey led the t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 6 September 2011

FOR RENT FOR SALE GARDENING UPCOMING EVENTS LIONS BINGO Saturday Night September 10 at 7: 00 Fall River Lions Hall HELP WANTED CLASSIFIED PAGES PROPERTY in 240 California newspapers for one low cost of $ 550. Your 25 word classified ad reaches over 6 million+ Californians. Free brochure call Elizabeth ( 916) 288-6019. ( Cal-SCAN) The Big Valley Joint Unified School District Board voted at its June 27, 2011 meeting to call for a provisional appointment to fill a vacated seat. Community members wishing to be considered for a provisional appointment must: 1. Be a resident of Trustee Area 1 of the Big Valley Joint Unified School District. 2. Complete a questionaire at the BVJUSD, Bieber, California, ( 503) 294-5266. Completed questionaires must be submitted to the BVJUSD Office no later than 4: 00pm on Fri. Sept. 22nd AUTOS WANTED ATTENTION AUCTIONEERS! California State Auctioneers Association 43rd Annual Convention, October 20-23, San Diego. Auction professionals and companies are invi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 6 September 2011

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 6 September 2011

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 13 September 2011

She was flown to Mercy Medical Center in Redding, where she was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit. Emergency equipment and the Burney ambulance were dispatched. She was found a short time later at the scene, lying face down on the west shoulder of the road, beside the passenger door of the vehicle. She had sustained her major injuries in the crash, but managed to get out of the vehicle. The pickup came to a rest upright, straddling the west shoulder and southbound lane of Black Ranch Road, facing the way she had come. She wasn’t wearing a seatbelt and shoulder harness and was thrown across the cab, striking the inside right door and window area. west side. The pickup hit two trees on the side of Black Ranch Road. Maybe, just maybe, 17-18 years from now we’ll be able to watch Sophia graduate from FRHS. Anyone who wants to make a contribution to Sophia’s heart fund can do so by sending their checks to Sophia’s New Heart Fund, P. O. Box 203, or make the deposit at Tri Counties Bank. ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 13 September 2011

• We do not guarantee that they will be printed the same week as received. •All letters submitted must be signed and the authorship verifiable. LETTERS POLICY • 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. 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: It is a great privilege to serve you on the chow line and the fire line. We want to express our humble gratitude for your continued support during our annual BBQ Fundraiser. You always support us with your presence and your cordial attitude. Editor: We ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 13 September 2011

nia fairs. Final figures and results from the 2011 fair will be available soon. tended with the Destruction Derby once again drawing the largest crowd. Local Resident Jeff Crane won the main event. McArthur driver David Agee was the Most Aggressive Driver. Johnny Hay of Susanville was 2nd place, Jonathon Stephenson of McArthur was third and first year driver, Colton VanRiet of Fall River Mills was fourth. Lindsey Crum of McArthur was the mini car class for the second year in a row. 6i> ♦ New Menu Items: Sandwiches N&w Lynch Specials Salad Bar Breakfast Skillets Nmvj Assarting; of B^akfabL SENIORS 20% DISCOUNT Friday Night - Seafood Plalter JVtfiU Yurk Stt-atc HEW HOURSt Sim-Weil 511m lu 8pm rhur, I ri. &l Silt 5am to L«pm 3? 453 Main St. * Burncy ' 3 35-4-931 Patrol Lieutenant Jan Shafer said the community support was tremendous and the funds raised will be used for fuel and maintenance of the patrol’s truck. McARTHUR – The Fall River Valley Citize...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 13 September 2011

host the dinner & auction to raise funds to nancy and parenting videos to earn free baby/ toddlers items. have a Learning to Earn program, in which mothers/ fathers watch preg- information. They also referrals, fetal development, abstinence and STD education, on site Child Birth classes, and community resource Auction fundraising event BURNEY — The Potter’s Hand Pregnancy Help Center will host a Dinner-Auction fundraising event at 6 p. m., September 24. The center is a nonprofit organization. All of their services are free The event will be at the Burney Veterans Hall on Main Street. and confidential. They offer free pregnancy testing, adoption By: Paige Pfadt Burney High School To make an appointment call Matt at 524-0964 or email him at timber056@ yahoo. com. He is a licensed and insured timber faller who does tree trimming, removal, hazard tree assessment, fire safe preparation, brush removal and timber falling. Matt Hawkins of Hawkins Timber Falling and Tree Service ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 13 September 2011

Center and Natalia Orozco is now working at the Fall River Valley Health Center. Dr. Weinhold graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine then completed the Idaho State University Family Medicine Residency Program this past June and joined Mountain Valleys on August 1. She is originally from a very small town in Wisconsin and was looking to practice in a small rural community. She says,“ The Intermountain area is exactly what I was looking for.” Along with her clinic duties, Dr. Weinhold will be doing obstetrics and looks forward to delivering many babies at Mayers Memorial Hospital. Family Practice is what she has wanted to do since she was a high school student and helped an accident victim in her home town. She loves being in the outdoors hiking, camping, kayaking, and skiing. Natalia Orozco’s family immigrated to San Francisco from Poland when Mountain Valleys Health Centers has hired a new doctor and family nurse practitioner. Dr. A. J. Weinhold has joined the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 13 September 2011

Zachary Thompson Buyer: Champion Lamb Syndicate Robee Knoch Buyer: Les Schwab Tire - Burney Pezzullo/ Gussett CPA Pittville Pellet Mill Plumas Bank Prather Ranch Precision Lube Express Red Barn Red Bluff Bull Sale Redding Bank of Commerce Redding Freightliner Redding Roofing Supply Renner Equipment River Butte Ranch River Ranch Roberson Insurance Rue, Patricia McArthur Safeway Schmunk, Dr. Bill Schryver, Jim & Margaret Shasta County Farm Bureau Shasta District Fair Board of Directors Shasta Green Shasta Livestock Sierra Pacific Industries Skuce, David & Betsy Sloat, Todd & Kelly Smith & Newell CPA’s Surprise Valley Electric Thompson, Bob & Alice Tom Smith Tile Tri Counties Bank Tubit Ent. Inc. Utterback, Jeanne Valley Hardware Valley Rental & Materials Vestal, Tom & Marie Vestra Environmental Vineyard Springs Ranch Volcano Rock Warner Enterprises, Inc. Western Ag Services Wilcox Ranch Winema Elevator...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 13 September 2011

crossed the century mark with 102 yards in eight totes. Nick Shultz led the offense with 166 yards on 14 carries, while first-year senior player Tyler Armstrong - and it was worth the wait, opening their 2011 season with a 50-31 win over hosting Elk Creek. ELK CREEK - After weeks of practice, the Big Valley Cards finally got to see real gridiron action here Friday night Aaron Stevenson added 58 yards in six carries. Ben Torres returned an interception for a touchdown. With 29 players on the roster, the Cardinal coaches got a chance to see some younger players in action once the game was on ice. “Some of our younger players stood Cardinals come out strong in 51-30 win Panthers claw their way back to slip past Raiders Tin' ■ Photo by Ron Mosher WHOA THERE... U-Prep defender tries bringing down Raider Barry Wyrick by latching on to his jersey in Friday night’s game in Burney. down to take a 6-0 lead going into the second quarter. The two teams headed into the locker room to regroup tie...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 13 September 2011

Panthers are too much for Raiders Photo by Ron Mosher STOPPER... Burney JV quarterback Caleb Frazier is brought down by U-Prep defense in Friday night’s game in Burney. Don’t get the idea I’m singling out Burney high students, as Fall River and Big Valley aren’t much If you weren’t there, you missed a great ceremony between games. The local VFW/ Amercian Legion color guard marched onto the field between rows of players and cheerleaders. Each member of the honor guard was presented with a commemorative ribbon honoring those who died in the 9-11 attack. The PA announcer, Perry Thompson, read an essay and poem by Tara Jones that made everyone pause to remember. To cap it off, Laurie Jacobs put everything together in a great a-capella rendition of the National Anthem. You should have been there! What I really don’t understand is where the Burney Jr/ Sr high student body is at these games. When you count 7th-12th grades, there are close to 200 students, yet at football games there are pr...

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