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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

Answers on page 14 Super Crossword MEN OF LETTERS The TRINITY JOURNAL Page Jacks out in front The Timberjacks swept Westwood 16-6 and 12-1 to increase their overall record to 12-6 and remain undefeated in the North Valley League with a 4-0 record. Hayfork’s dominance was established in the second inning of the first game when the Timberjacks scored seven runs while sending each of their players to the plate. Freshman center fielder Courtney Stewart led off the inning and reached first base on an error. Next up was junior Chelsea Reynolds who singled to drive in Stewart. Freshman Alysha Yeske, playing third base, also singled, bringing up junior Hannah Hibbs, the Timberjacks left fielder. Hibbs was hit by the Lumberjacks’ pitcher to load the bases for junior shortstop Tracy Johnson, who doubled to clear the bases with three RBIs. Jamie Curry drove in Johnson with another double to increase the lead to 9-0. Sophomore right fielder Mercedes Harrison moved Curry to third with a sacrific...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

dog-barking case Sheriff Craig said,“ This thing should never have gotten to this point.” Edwards said,“ I get at least two barking dog calls a week that the neighbors work out.” Very few wind up with citations, she said. Edwards, who listened to some of Smith’s tapes, feels that the barking was excessive.“ You can’t have them bark unreasonably,” she said,“ regardless if there’s livestock or not.” People who are wrongly accused are entitled to their day in court, Heryford said, and“ I’m no different than anyone else.” “The truth is our dogs haven’t barked unreasonably,” Heryford said, adding that he feels the barking was not excessive even when there were predators around. Although the Attorney General’s Office did not prosecute Heryford, the attorney who was involved had told the sheriff’s department it could issue Heryford citations. With the resumed complaints, the sheriff issued the citation in March. Heryford decided to challenge the $ 50 ticket. Heryford has said that he and O...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

Proposed new marina at 530-623-5690 Let Realtors Shannon Aikins & Mary Reynolds Show you this Beautiful Brand New Home by Trinity Alps Golf Course Custom 3/ 2 home with over 1900 sq feet Offered@ $ 398,000 Listed by Big Valley Properties— Ask Sandy at Imaginations for more info. Countywide Yard Sale is May 2,3 & 4 Got something to sell and no place to sell it? Yard Sale space is available at Imaginations. Great location, easy to find, with parking space. For $ 5 a day you can rent some lawn space and get ready to clear out your clutter. by SANDY EVANS Douglas City School will present the musical“ Seussical, Jr.” at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week. By SANDY EVANS 623-2117 saltflat@ snowcrest. net Douglas City Diggins This Thursday, I went to see the Weaverville Elementary School production of“ Disney’s Aladdin.” Randall Walker was the director. What a colorful production. The costumes were of many colors, shi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

He was loved for what he taught, his sense of humor, his great stories and the way he loved unconditionally. He is survived by his wife of 24 years, Judy; daughter, Wendy Wiest of Pennsylvania; sister, Betty Bell of Colorado; stepson, Sam and Susie Stater; grandchildren, Jessica, Nicholas, Madaline, Timothy, Eric and Lalani Mohr of Hollister; nephew, Bill and Alison Bell of Colorado; niece, Barbara and Clark Linden of Tennessee; cousins, Monsignor Frances Schmidt, Joseph Schmidt and Paul and Nancy Schmidt of Pennsylvania. When he retired, he and his wife, Judy, moved to Junction City. They volunteered in the Foster Grandparent Program at Junction City School. It was one of the best times of his life working with his kids as he called them: Jack, Jeffery, Robert, Kristin, Tasha, Emily, Pema, Alex. ness and journalism. He enlisted in the Navy and went to Pensacola, Fla., to flight school. He flew off the USS Roosevelt. After the service, he and his brother-in-law opened their own busi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

5009. sure to visit the Hayfork Friends of the Library, BIG book sale held inside the community center’s meeting room! Call Wendy at 530-628-4571. 4-16-3tc 1995 SIERRA 23 FT. SELFCONTAINED. Well maintained. $ 3,950. 415-233-0173. MISC FOR SALE Hayfork May 3rd from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m. at Hayfork Community Center on Tule Creek Rd. Be 7129. ----------------------------------------- quarters. HUGE SALE! April 25-27, Friday 12-6, Sat. 8-6, Sunday 104, 84 Pioneer Lane ( off Martin Rd.) Weaverville. From newish to new: linens, electronics, bread maker, Mediumish: multiladies clothing for multi-sports and career, etc., etc. etc. Bring 4-23-1tp Applications will be accepted until 4 p. m. April 28, 2008. For employment standards and examples of duties, contact Trinity County Personnel, P. O. Box 1613, Weaverville, CA 96093, ( 530) 623-1325. Resumes alone will not be accepted in lieu of the completed application form. EOE/ AAE. 1997 SUBARU IMPREZZA 2DOOR COUPE— AWD, auto, A/ C. After market CD....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

EXQUISITE CUSTOM HOME ON 1.3 ACRES. Quality craftsmanship & attention to detail make this 3 bed, 2.5 bath Victorian home in Weaverville with 4 car garage stand out! Home features custom cabinets, vaulted ceilings, wainscotting & molding. Kitchen has stainless steel appliances, island, large pantry & breakfast area. $ 565,000 TAR 4117 & SERENITY 3 bedroom/ 2 bath, 1,700 sf home at the top of a nice cul-de-sac features a Redwood wraparound deck and Redwood trim throughout the interior, including the vaulted-ceil-ing living room. This inviting home is enhanced by numerous skylights & windows. Amenities include all new, top-of-the line Maytag kitchen appliances, central heating & air, spa tub in master bath, all closets have built-in storage, carpet, tile & wood flooring. Fantastic views include Weaverville Valley, the Trinity Alps & Mt. Shasta! Offered at $ 339,000 North State Realty www. no...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 April 2008

Legislation passed in 1997 required the California Public Utilities Commission (“ CPUC”) to calculate the value of all utility-owned electric generation plants as part of the restructuring of the electric market. PG& E incurred costs in the CPUC proceedings reviewing the possible divestiture of the plants as part of the valuation. After the energy crisis of 2000-2001, the legislature passed a new law that prevented utilities from selling any more generation plants as part of the industry restructuring. Although the CPUC is no longer considering the sale of any of PG& E’s remaining electric generation plants, some of the costs that PG& E incurred as part of the CPUC process and that were previously reviewed and approved for recovery by the CPUC, were deferred for recovery as a result of the new law. This application filing requests recovery in rates of those previously approved costs. or application. Detailed information about PG& E’s A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

W I Li LA by PHIL NELSON Judy Morris the best decorations. A kickoff party for the Relay will be held at the Bandstand in downtown Weaverville from 5: 30 to 7 p. m. Thursday. Food will be available. Anyone interested in taking part is invited and is asked to take a friend or family member. For more information, call Kathy at 778-3247 or Maria at 623-4051. Turning purple for good cause May 1 ( Thursday) has been designated national “Paint the Town Purple” day in celebration of cancer survivors and to raise awareness of American Cancer Society programs. Trinity County residents are asked to support the local Relay for Life by decorating homes or businesses in purple for the day. There will be an award for the home or business with Board acts to ensure river access Court visits high school A student asks a question of judges from the Court of Appeal for the Third Appellate District who visited Weaverville this week. On Monday the judges met with students and teachers at Trinity High Sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

Sweetie is a 5-year-old black and white female dog available for adoption at the Trinity County Animal Shelter. She’s housebroken, and she’s good with cats and kids. She sits and walks on a leash. Call Animal Control Officer Christine Edwards at 623-1370. Looking for a home Weather and Lake Report by PHIL NELSON ( 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 to 7: 15 p. m., Golden Age Center, Browns Ranch Road. ( AA) Trinity Center, 6 p. m., Northern Lights, red building next to the IOOF Hall. for Today, Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Rd. ( NA) Lewiston, 6 p. m., dinner meeting, Trinity River Recovery Lodge. NA NA ( AA) Willow Creek, 7 p. m., Senior Resource Center on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

Warning for river users in Lewiston Approximately 2,500 tons of gravel will be put into the river at the Diversion Pool site just upstream of the new Lewiston bridge on Trinity Dam Boulevard, and 1,000 tons of gravel will be put into the river at the California Department of Fish and Game Saw Mill Wildlife Area site at The Trinity River Restoration Program will be performing high-flow gravel injections at two locations along the Trinity River between May 6 and May 10. It will not be safe to pass through the river there during the injection activities. A warning is being issued to rafters, kayakers and fishermen in Lewiston as a result of a gravel replacement project in the area. Anyone who is planning to be in the area during the project should keep a safe distance from the injection activ- ities. The injections will be made by a truck-mounted conveyor system that can extend up to 130 feet across the river. The gravel will range in size from 3/ 8 inch to 5 inch. The contractor is al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

Editor Lloyd Smith, Bridget Carson composition / printing Ad composition Distributor Barry Leeder Phil Nelson Photography Published by Trinity Journal, Inc. Mike Wenninger, President Timber harvest worrisome Praise for candidate Supports Judge Woodward Trinity County has a zero-tol-erance, clean water ordinance and these creeks may be affected with will be seen from town, and some are adjacent to the creeks mentioned above with the use of herbicides. How can this be okay? Some of these are oversized clear-cuts that mestic and public water. we have not been able to find out what Calfire has decided or if they have made a decision. This harvest plan is affecting the watersheds of East Branch, Garden Gulch, Sidney Gulch and East Weaver. Some of the water in these creeks is used for do- with lots of good water. I am deeply concerned about the Sierra Pacific Industries’ Timber Harvest Plan 2-07-061-Tri-4. At this time I have lived on East Branch for 30-plus years. It is a beautiful area ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

fer fife srffefe r By PHIL NELSON Booth space is still available. “It’s kind of eclectic,” Corbett said. ta crafts, vintage clothing, hats and dolls. There are also sofas, tables, dressers, bedroom sets and children’s furniture for sale. The store is managed by Catherine Westrope. It is open seven days a week from 10 a. m. to 7 p. m. The store’s phone number is 6233849. Corbett, who originally opened the business a year ago at Martin Road and Highway 299, said the move provides 8,000 square feet of space, compared with 1,500 square feet before. Some of the items for sale belong to her, but most are offered by 150 consigners. She offers booth space to vendors who have merchandise ranging from shelves, stools and boxes made by a woodworker to manzani- Darleen Corbett reopened D’Cor Consign & Co-op April 7 at the building formerly occupied by Buck Fever near Plotzke ACE Hardware. A Weaverville business offering furniture, antiques and crafts has moved to spacious new quarte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

May 2, 3 & 4 Friday • Saturday • Sunday Lewiston Turn pike Steelhea d 20 21 Quail Poin t Schoo l House Road 27 Viola Salmon 17 Browns Mtn. Rebe l 22 River Road 16 Ponderosa Pines Lewiston Roa d Dou glas Trini ty Dam Blvd Donner 3rd 2nd 1st 24 25 -------• Texas Fremon t Sutter 30 31 32 -------• Low den View 18 Lewiston Roa d 15 Lewiston 11 Lorenz Ranc h Roa d Steel Brid ge 33 34 19 12 13 River Ranch Road Indian Cree k Mobi le Home Park 14 ~~ ~~ ~~ to Redding Mars hall Ranch Road Reading Creek Rd Douglas City 5 6 Deerlick Springs Road 7 8 9 10 to Hayfork Hayfork Circle Vista 1 Highland Hyampom Road Oak Kin gsbur y Gulch Brid ge Mor gan Hill Fairground Tule Cree k Road Kingsbur y 4 HAYFORK DOUGLAS CITY 4 Dirt road off of Kingsbury Friday, Saturday & Sunday - 9 am to 4 pm Some furntiure, household goods, clothes, misc and refreshments. Right turn on 1st dirt road off Kingsbury. 1st trailer on left. furniture, water tank, skiing equipment, clothing, car trailer, b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

TAYLOR TAY H 56 SO COUNTR Y Air port KELSO Air Scott ta EL TAPOME MAN ZAN IT A RIDGETO P Valdor Road DUTCH CREEK ~~ ~~ ~~ Powerhouse Road 40 Junction City Sky Ranch Road 42 GAR DEN GULCH Cedar Vis ta Azalea Lakevi ew RED HILL ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ RESERVOIR 58 ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ 60 59 BROWNS RAN CH ROA D TINNE 86 Mary Trinity Center N. MINER COURT CHU RCH WILLOW PINE TAYLOR 43 51 52 55 UNION DOCKER Y 44 85 ~~ Lake Forest Drive Kristen Covington Mill Gu y Covin gton Drive Kristen Long Can yon Drive ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ WASHING TON CENTER 70 NOR TH 65 66 67 CEN TER MULLIGA N 53 54 57 45 MORMON HANOVER FOREST S. MIN ER to Eueka ~~ ~~ ~~ BURNT RANCH Burnt Ranch 37 PARK ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ 68 69 ODD FELLOW S ~~ ~~ ~~ 38 PINE SON G WEA VER WASHING TON 72 71 -------• SHO RT BRANNAN SHA RON HAL L’S ALL EY BARTLET T -------• LORENZ BRE MER HAWTHORNE MOO N ALL EY SPA NN CAR SON SMI TH BROOKTREE CEM ETE R Y 73 BENNET T SAM LEE HAR T OR...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

www. fs. fed. us/ r5/ shastatrinity. Heywood’s letter indicated that the goals of the evaluation are to focus resources on recreation opportunities that meet changing public demand, maintain or enhance visitor satisfaction, and meet health and safety standards. CAO on drafting a comment letter on the proposed recreation facilities plan for the board to consider. A list is now available for public comment on the forest Website at He said it is important to protect medical marijuana users’ rights and have compassion for those in need, but there are serious drug and alcohol problems in Trinity County and supervisors need to be more aggressive about it. Hammer took the opportunity to make his feelings on medical marijuana known although there were no questions on the subject. Hammer said he is against the county’s current policy that allows several times the state’s minimum guidelines as to how much medical marijuana a person can possess. Hammer added that he supports the new restrictio...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

“Seussical Jr.,” presented by Douglas City School at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center this week, consisted of 32 lively and colorful musical numbers with an innumerable amount of memorization. It was great to see the words “Sold Out” on the marquee outside the theater. This Friday night, May 2, there will be a one-night performance by Trinity High School’s drama class. ana Losk, drama coach and choreographer. The music and sound director was Jan Humphrey. Producer was Marilyn Myrick. ton and kept the faith, protective sweetness and lovability consistent and his low singing voice was the perfect touch to the character. Alec Delong and Holly Hunter played Mr. and Mrs. Mayor. Kayla Blanchard ( Gertrude McFuzz) and Lindsey Haney ( Mazie La Bird), both eighth-graders with great voices and performances, livened up the show with their solos. Delaney Simpson ( Sour Kangaroo) and Erin Miller ( Young Kangaroo) were fun to watch. Photos by PHIL NELSON The appellant attorney argues her c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

■ ;-■ »:.,..j:-rT,--7 --"^SS Simone p Ai ' track ht r . 1 ' ,-y. 1 by BILL BROSCHAT Trinity’s Dimitri Dolci clears the hurdle during the varsity 300 meter hurdles. Wolves beat Mt. Shasta Trinity players get a Mount Shasta runner out at second base. by PHIL NELSON Wolves’ Dane Hagen The Bears came within three runs of catching the Wolves by the top of the fi fth, but the comeback didn’t last long. The Wolves started out the bottom of the fi fth with a double by Bigham that hit the fence before bouncing back onto the fi eld. A dropped ball allowed Bigham to come round the bases two batters later, bringing the score to 7-3. Croom’s line drive into left fi eld brought home Watson, and moments later Croom rounded the bases, giving Wolves a sixrun lead, 9-3. A single by Hagen brought in Scott Barcellona and Nugent brought The second game started with Bigham pitching. He struck out the Bears’ fi rst three batters. During the bottom of the fi rst, a home run by Bigham brought home Atterberr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

mm mm , ... I . ■ ■ mm A - ■ Lady Jacks win shutout The TRINITY JOURNAL Musick Notes ■ i Gymnastics grace Yori Hook of Weaverville competed in the Nor-Cal State Championships recently at level 6. In her best event, the floor routine, she took fourth place with a score of 9.30. If you are interest in joining in future races or in unicycling in general, contact Ellison’s Bicycles at 623-3377. Forest Quinn, another sixth-grader, also had an impressive finish, completing the course in 1: 58. and seventh-grader Jasper La Fein ( 1: 28.42). The fourth-place finisher, sixth-grader Jesse Barone, had the most exciting finish of the day. He was behind a rider from Chico as he came over the hill approaching the finish line. Jesse made a daring move to pass and was neck and neck with the other rider 10 feet from the finish line. Both riders tried to out lean each other and both fell with just feet to go. Jesse thinking fast remounted his unicycle and secured the fourth-place finish with 1: 39. b...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

For more information about the Trinity County Human Service-Public Transportation Coordination Plan and the community workshops, please call John Jelicich at the Trinity County Transportation Commission, ( 530) 623-1351. BE AWa4 \. / f ad, cookie Tuesday: Chili beans with cheese, cornbread, fruit sal- Friday: Pot roast, potatoes, spinach salad, carrots, bread, Jell-O with fruit Monday: Southwest chicken, black beans, cream of cauliflower soup, penne pasta, custard Thursday: Ham sandwich, pasta salad, broccoli soup, juice, apricots Wednesday: Macaroni and cheese, tuna salad, tomato salad, beets, crackers, cake MENU April 30-May 6 served four years in the U. S. Navy, worked for the Forest Service and on the fire crew in Junction City. Harvey was the custodian for Weaverville Elementary School for 32 years. He and his wife, Louise, are longtime volunteers at the center. Welcome, Harvey. Just as we fill one position on the board of directors, another opens up. Joe Duran has resigned, st...

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