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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 24 May 2011

Fall River was still alive with runners at the corners and the potential tying run at the plate, but a grounder to shortstop ended it. Lauren Vestal prolonged their wait, however, lining a double to right field to score Vigil. had runners on the corner with one out. After getting a strike out for the second out of the inning, Maxwell was one out away from the title. Photo by Ron Mosher BATTERY... FR hurler Mandy Lakey ( l) and catcher Lauren Vestal share a lighter moment early in the championship game in Maxwell Saturday. Kacey Putnam was hit by a pitch to lead off the inning, with Leah Imhoff slinging a single up the middle. Venegas then was hit by a pitch to load the bases for Vigil, who lined a tworun single and the ‘ Dogs The Bulldogs got Maxwell in a 1-2-3 sixth, and now came to bat in the final inning, trailing by six. Vestal beating out a bunt and Lakey getting to first on an error, but again Fall River failed to capitalize. In their half of the sixth, the Bulldogs again put ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 24 May 2011

May 3, 10, 17, 24, 2011 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT FILED/ ENDORSED April 13, 2011 FILE NO. 2011-0000475 The following persons are doing business as: CMP, 44674 HWY 299E, MCARTHUR, CA 96056 County of Shasta. 1. Crum, Greg, 541-860 Pittville Rd., McArthur, CA 96056 2. Markham, Tim, Hwy 299E of McArthur, McArthur, CA 96056 State: CA This business is being conducted by a General Partnership.. Registrant has begun to transact business under the name above: 4/ 6/ 98. Statement expires on 4/ 13/ 2016. S/ Greg A. Crum. This statement was filed in the office of Cathy Darling Allen, County Clerk of SHASTA County, April 13, 2011 by T. DENOFRIO WINNEN. NOTICEThis fictitious business name statement expires five years from the date it was filed it was filed in the office of the County Clerk. A new fictitious businesfiled prior to that date. The filing of this statement does not itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious business name in violation of the rights of another under...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 24 May 2011

Priced right at $500,000 I 10 Total units, mast tenants HUflf tis'.'fl been (here for a long lime. Owner has taken great care of homes, yards, and ■tl tenants. 4 separate parcels. ■P Some af units have garages. I would be great for a retiree H itiat wants income and likes 1o tmker 1 Now Accepting Applications Cedarwood Apartments Fori Crook .\w>.. Flail River Mills, CA fle02H Priced at $387,000 (530)336-5411 The world is 70% watei; we take care of the land! NEW LAND LISTING: 5 Acres in Big Eddy Estates, right on Cassal-Fall River Road. ONLY £23 500' 1 Great opportunity. h ig hco u nt ry b u rn ey .co m "SOLD ON SERVICE" Solution MOUNTAIN ECHO subscription to the Give the gift of a Subscribe now Let's have some fun! EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY/ EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ACCESS l. 2 and 3 bdrm Apts and also 2 bdrm Apts with special design features Tor the mobility impaired inquire as to the availability ol rental subsidy Call (530)336-G73&. Mon-Fri, 9:00 AM to 3:00 pm TDD...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 24 May 2011

85. BB m 90 Indians Castle, for one Switch I r-i,ir. Range Oklahoma Stevenson ChorishM :cir People aware of ihe odds Mm Sweet snacks Cut back Phrase usually abbreviated Boitom-of-the-page ilems Over Marches 93. 100. 101 Mare fare Response request: abbr i con Dios! out a living; gets by Cincinnati Bee's follower Olds of old Righi-hand man abbr. California winegrowing valley north of San Francisco Let fall 100. Wrong change 102. Fine china 103. Summers abroad 104. Musical show 105. Spotted 106. Sticky strip 107. Superlative ending 103. for; picks 109 Be disrespectful OOPS! i Calvin R. & Jackie Mai haws with; equal Do without Is rude to Sky 's shade Employee's delighi Capilal city Pounds once; suddenly Fragile material Path Supervisor Penalties Uses Ihe runway Religious groups Parsonage Singer Vikki's lamily Compuler screen symbols !"; taste He is Heavenly being Storyteller of old phrase Tea type Very willing Actress Sharon Marx Word with charged or jet 34 Across spender Ap...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 31 May 2011

A total of 10,255 marijuana plants were eradicated in the Cassel area. Two subjects were seen, Jose Cruz-Torres, 26, of Mexico was arrested. The other raid occurred in the Cottonwood area. Torres was booked on cultivating Marijuana, possession for sale and illegal entry into the U. S. The other suspect is still being sought. Drunk driver crashs The weather wasn’t really cooperative, there was lots of mud and standing water just about everywhere at the rendezvous site, but the hardy Pit River Pioneers, like the ladies above, taking the high road, to the gentle- men at the left, already sighting in on their targets, ignored it and proved their intrepid pioneering spirits weren’t going to let a little bit of chilly, wet weather get in the way of their having fun. Mayers adopts $ 30.16 mil. budget Lovett was flown to Mercy with a collapsed lung and a broken left femur. She was later arrested by the Highway Patrol and charged with drunk driving. Beck, 22, of Fall River Mills. Beck was tr...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 31 May 2011

The point? These folks and hundreds if not thousands like them have suffered more than any human should have to suffer and yet their suffering is nothing in comparison to the loved ones of those who never He died last month. Since he spoke I’ve heard a speech by another gentleman who was a POW in the Hanoi Hilton with John McCain and a Navy Admiral who is haunted with the memories of comrads who were lost in Vietnam. I had the good fortune to hear William Shadish, a retired Redding dentist talk about his experiences as a POW for 33 months in Korea a few years ago. Walt Caldwell » Editorial They were just folks like you and me - like a lot of us, they either went voluntarily or got called. Because they got called they went. A lot of us were fortunate enough not to have No one knows if they died quickly, died slowly, or have even died. Can you imagine their pain or the pain of the loved ones? II, 8,215 from Korea, 124 from the Cold War and 2,005 from Vietnam. came back. Carrying it fu...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 31 May 2011

Raffle tickets for a chance to win one of a variety of things including an overnight stay at the Surprise Valley Hot Springs, Mt. Shasta Golf package with cart and Rogue River Jet Boat Trip will be available. This year’s event will feature re-enactments by the Fort Crook Dragoons, Pioneer skills demonstrations, Dutch oven cooking, artists and FALL RIVER MILLS — The Fort Crook Museum’s Pioneer Day is scheduled for Saturday, June 4 from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Fishing tourney for Ta Ta’s V Fi FAIL RIVER MILL5 FALL RIVER MILLS - This year’s French Show – Antique Truck Show will be from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., June 18 at the Fort Crook Museum/ Round Barn site. It is free to the general public. Dr. Moier is o Doctor of l ( II Ml fully treated symptoms associated with migraines, whiplash injuries and fibromyalgia, He has treated many victims of ley for 14 years and r>as success Milts. He has practiced in the val- Chiropractic with a practice located at the "Y" in Fail River date Health...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 31 May 2011

Collective porting her community and being a part of her community, she has Hat Creek Grown beef next to her Buffalo Burgers. She has Tooley Honey from Glenburn and will have Fall River Wild Rice soon. Hearthstone Health Foods enjoy a healthy lifestyle Lisa had grown up in health food stores. She worked with her mom for years and loved the business. The store itself is a full-line health food grocery store. Believing in sup- In addition to her nice selection of organic meats, she has dairy, a full line of vitamins she selected herself because she knows they are good, Homeopathic remedies, supplements, cosmetics and gifts. She also has a good selection of produce in the near future. An expert in the products she sells, she can offer advise to those seeking vitamins and supplements to help prevent problems or help to heal. She is open from 10: 30 a. m. to 5: 30 p. m. and is anxious to meet new customers and show them around her store. 336-6228 pfifci Photos courtesy Burney Fire Depart...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 31 May 2011

June $tit 1011 |WC Hlf/il oh/// Sunday n Photo by Walt Caldwell Care enough to wear pink The Fall River Valley Community Services District has a new Field Supervisor and he’s on the job. According to District Manager John Van Den Bergh, Anthony Fanucchi of Burney is an excellent fit. Like Scott Sealander before him, he has all of the certifications and licenses to cover the district’s needs and has a lot of experience in the various aspects of handling the field operations. call S3°'335'4 ' $4 or mii^!iS at aiathnas rexclu b@pvtiticriicLnct J or mo re ivIonimSion or to reserve votir sent are retired CAL FIRE Linda Galvin “We invite everyone to come out, buy a t-shirt, sign one of our pink trucks, and to be part of one of the fastest growing and most important movements in the nation— to empower and help save our women.” annual Pink Heals Tour has expanded to include two annual tours and features 4 trucks on tour with 20 pink fire trucks in five countries on three continents.“ The na...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 31 May 2011

result of the surgeries. Stewardship continued m SERVING THE INTER MO UNTAIN AREA SINCE 1978 Water District continued Continued from A-1 Plans for the Hat Creek Planning Unit include installation of interpretive panels at existing public access points, propose the development of a parking lot, restroom and trash receptacle at the Carbon Bridge Fishing Access, signage for the Hat Creek Wild Trout project and current fishing regulations, and stream bank restoration along Field Office regularly consults with the Pit River Tribe on a variety of issues. As well as routinely works with Shasta County to help control the spreading of noxious weeds. Coordination efforts with the other entities will be an important part of the proposal. BLM is committed to managing lands for the long term. The BLM Alturas Cal Trout – wild trout program; Clearwater Lodge – recreation and Shasta County – public access and recreation. BLM will also conduct a public planning process to finalize management proposa...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 31 May 2011

Classic cars on display FrFrom ththe SiSidelines... by Ron Mosher emorial Day Weekend is the official start of the summer season in the Intermountain Area, and despite gloomy weather, there were plenty of events to keep local residents and area visitors busy and entertained over the 3-day holiday weekend. M There was the annual Black Powder Rendezvous Shoot, the Mountain Cruisers annual Rex Club Days Show ‘ n Shine and the Pit River Casino Mixed Martial Arts Cage Fighting. The area was filled with tourists taking in the events, as well as sampling their fishing skills in the area’s abundant streams and lakes. For the majority of Intermountain Area residents, the Memorial Day Weekend was a chance to have time off to spend with family and friends. For many, however, it was just another weekend to work - serving those lucky enough to have time off. From those manning Mayers Memorial Hospital to those who clerk at local stores, not everyone got a 3-day weekend. The holiday weekend gave ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 31 May 2011

WORD OF LIFE ASSEMBLY OF GOD 373341 Main Street, Burney Pastor Ken Frazier, 335-4419 Sunday Worship Service 9 am & 11am ( Nursery 0-2 yrs) Children’s Church ( 3 yrs. to 6th grade) Power Source Youth ( Jr/ Sr High) Wednesday, 7: 00pm A place to Belong, Believe, Become HIS HOUSE FELLOWSHIP 3 Miles east of McArthur, old Dance Hall Friday Night Live at 7pm Sunday Morning at 10am With Senior Leaders Steve & Darlene Black Ministering Families, Hearts and Souls 336-6854 INTERMOUNTAIN FREE CHURCH 299E & Grove St, McArthur • 336-5024 Worship: Sunday, 10am Youth: Jeff & Dana Looper • Children: Krista Lee Pastor Thom McKee www. imfreechurch. com SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Hwy 299E, Fall RIver Mills ( across from Mayers Hospital) 336-5260 Saturday Sabbath School, 10am Saturday Worship Service, 11: 30am LITTLE COUNTRY CHURCH 44241 Highway 299E, McArthur Where restoration through Christ can be found... Luke 4: 18-19 Sunday, 9: 45am • Bible Study: ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 31 May 2011

FR’s Catie Thompson CATIE THOMPSON All-League in SCL CHCHECK IT OUOUT! Local pair grab medals at N. S. track finals I » ! 15» WEST V * | ✓30 WliT WEST J 1 1 Photo by Ron Mosher 110m HURDLES... Fall River senior Jonny Fourney ( left) goes neck and neck with fellow competitor at West Valley high school in Cottonwood Friday. She was also sixth in the 300m hurdles ( 51.00) and eighth in the 110m hurdles. Big Valley’s Tyrell Martin saw his high school track career come to an end with a sixth place finish in the 100m dash in a time of 11.50. Burney Raider junior Rachelle Rodriguez took sixth place - one step out of the medals - in the Shot Put event with a personal best toss of 33-08. For Fairchild and Rodriguez, they now have their sights set on next year’s track and field season, as they hope to continue to dominate in the division IV competition and move up the ladder at the Northern Section finals in 2012. Photo by Ron Mosher 100m DASH... Big Valley senior Tyrel Martin ( l) stays with...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 31 May 2011

For the Board of Supervisors, Julie Bustamante, County Clerk NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING PERTAINING TO ADOPTION OF A FINAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2011-2012 GARDENING District Secretary, Burney Fire Protection District May 24, 31, June 7, 2011 HELP WANTED Call Burney Chamber of Commerce for info HAT CREEK BBQ August Call Burney Chamber for info FALL RIVER WILD RICE FESTIVAL August Call Fall River Chamber of Commerce for info HERITAGE DAY October Call Burney Chamber of Commerce CHECK OUT THE CHAMBER WEB SITES FOR FURTHER INFO ON THESE AND OTHER EVENTS UPCOMING EVENTS PIONEER DAY FORT CROOK MUSEUM JUNE 4TH Call the museum for further info. AIRPORT DAY JUNE 12TH BIG VALLEY DAY July Call Adin Supply for info BURNEY BASIN DAYS July The Fall River Joint Unified School District invites separate sealed bids for the construction of the Burney Jr/ Sr High School Covered Walk Beam Repair. The Burney Basin Mosquito Abatement District currently has a vacancy on its Board of Trustees. You must be o...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 31 May 2011

Let's have some fun! 530-336-6006 CALL SNIPPP I'm 1-year-old Frankie, a friendly happy male Pit Bull mix. I love people and other dogs. I'm neutered, up to date on shots, microchipped, and heartworm negative. I weigh 48 pounds. Will you adopt me and be my new best friend? SwcJVmi Nkdu EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY/ EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ACCESS and/employer TDD# 1-800-735-2929, This institution is an equal opportunity provider Call (530)336-G73&. Mon-Fri, 9:00 AM to 3:00 pm inquire as to the availability ol rental subsidy l. 2 and 3 bdrm Apts and also 2 bdrm Apts with special design Features Tor the mobility impaired PRESENTED BY Where volunteering begins VolunteerMatch.org 8: 58 p. m. Tamarack Ave. Burney. Female on the line, advises someone attacked her 14-year old daughter somewhere in the Casino. She doesn’t believe her daughter needs medical attention. Female grabbed daughter’s arm and possibly threw her down. Second suspect confronted reporting party and got into a disturba...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 31 May 2011

I m HI ~ Hi I ir jr md I I i i ■ ]D0 llll Ink ■ IIH ijim I ii IfllHi I l<X by Calvin R. £ Jackie Mathews TITLE WAVES "The the limit!" Tests used to diagnose epilepsy, for short Common verb Elected ofliciats: abbr "So long, upper limbs!"? Lead Tumor Humiliation Overfill Public vehicles Drink served warm Vote into office To bool Caroline's mom Amphilheater Lack of elfervesoence Ovc-r Patriot Thomas Slides while braking Wipe away TV's "_ Children Coughing spells Malarial fever First murderer Greal dislanee Opposilion Stanley Gardner Self-satisliad Fast jets, tor short Drs. 1 org. Syllables trom the herd of hearing Americas cunning Bather's bar Lels up Pretexl Tumbler, e.g. Poorest nation in the George Peppard sitcom Mot ' lees than Gym nasi Comaneci 'Th9 Change t'ie a arm Pastor's home Explorer Zebulon Vexing people Dunne or Ryan Colorful parrots Devotees attached to a re igious order Oomph Stroke causes, often Put a new label on Use SOS Future oak gravity; Newton's find Div...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 7 June 2011

1 - x didn’t stop Pioneer Day fun The family of Marine Corps Corporal Rick Colts, a resident of Cassel and 2007 graduate of Fall River High School, has been notified that he and his dog were patrolling for explosives when an IED went off, killing the dog and leaving the corporal with shrapnel wounds to the neck, face and legs Wednesday. Marine His dog was continue to pray for him. His grandmother, Shirley, says he is in good spirits, he had not lost his sight, but his eye was cut and his hand injured. She says his dog was between him and the IED and took the impact, saving Rick’s life. The Marine Corps also told them that he would be flown to the naval hospital at Bethesda, Maryland this week. She said he really misses his dog. He really loved it. She also thanked everyone for the outpouring of concern saying“ We live in an awesome area.” Corporal Colts’ unit is stationed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina and is currently in Afghanistan. killed when IED exploded while in Afghanistan C...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 7 June 2011

Sarah Pemberton A weekly newspaper of general circulation published every Tuesday. (530)136 7334 Anthem ■ Travis Arendt SERVING THE INTERMOUNTAIN (HjfgjS AREA SINCE 1978 Brian Dahle Nubieber ( 530) 294-5728 Lassen County Supervisor Dianne Feinstein One Post St. Ste 2450 San Francisco, CA 94104 415-393-0707 from Chico graduates Arendt Granite Bay, CA 95746 House of Representatives Shasta County Wally Herger 280 Hemsted, Suite 105 Redding, CA 96002 ( 530) 223-5897 House of Representatives Tom McClintock Lassen/ Modoc County 4230 Douglas Blvd. St 200 CA State Assembly Jim Nielsen 280 Hemsted Dr. St 110 Redding CA 96002 223-6300 or ( 916) 319-2002 State Senate Doug LaMalfa State Capital, Room 3070 Sacramento, CA 95814 ( 916) 445-4004 Now recycling antifreeze at our Burney Transfer Station for your convenience! Up to 5 gal. will be recycled FREE of charge! Eath additional gallon is only 50 central. Tha Bumay Transfer Station is located on Black Ranch Rd. in Bumeyandisopen Wed and Sat !mm...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 7 June 2011

I»<H ( Above) The McArthur FFA honors retiring Advisor Ken Hutchings. ( Below) The McArthur FFA named rancher Mark Bidwell an Honorary Chapter Member. Wee kly Courtesy of Dr. Michael S. Maier Chiropractor Fall River Mills 336-6547 Hea lth Update Update Dr. Maier is a Doctor of Chiropractic with a practice located at the“ Y” in Fall River Mills. He has practiced in the valley for 14 years and has successfully treated symptoms associated with migraines, whiplash injuries and fibromyalgia. as headaches. He has treated many victims of motor vehicle accidents, and of course has had great success treating people suffering from neck, back and hip pain as well 2) Keep your prostate healthy: Prostatitis - inflammation of the prostate - can be a painful problem at any age, and the risk of prostate cancer increases about 10 percent per decade beginning at age 60. Get regular checkups, follow a healthy diet, get regular exercise and consume lycopene-rich foods, such as tomatoes and F...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 7 June 2011

7 a. m. to 11 a. m. HAM & EGGS ( THE WAY YOU LIKE ‘ UM) PANCAKES & COFFEE Breakfast • Breakfast • Breakfast ADULTS $ 6 • KIDS UNDER 12 $ 4 Collective Page A-4 June 6, 2011 Mountain Echo ealth Food Hearthstone Fall River M Estate; Collective >ELIVEFfl )30-276-546l ax 1516 ' Burney, CA 960 Locally Grown Products Organic Meats * Dairy Vitamins* Supplements Homeopathic Remedies Cosmetics & Gifts TTie world is 7D% watet; we take care of the land He 37122 Hwy299E* Burney Hours: Tuesthnj Fri 10:30am to 5:30pm it 11am to 4pm Closed Sun & M< 335-3717 >3lhi:cneHealthFoods(ggmail.c{ Intermountain Floors takes care of all your floor covering needs and forwards them to State PTA for consideration. This year, Eli Urlie’s theme submittal for FY 2012-13 consideration:“ Just around the corner” was a State Finalist and forwarded on for National evaluation. FY 2010-11 finalists by age division and placement at the local l...

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