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

FIRE PREVENTION 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE 60' LIFT AND CHIPPER TODD WATKINS 623-7788 Lie. No. 873858 FULLY INSURED - PRUNING & SHAPING HAZARDOUS TREE REMOVAL CONCRETE AGGREGATE PRODUCTS Contractors License # 813311 FREE ESTIMATES • Meets all County & Federal Specifications • Washed Sand & Gravel • Loam • Cobbles • Road Base • Drain, Crushed & Natural Rock 623-6833 320 Industrial Parkway, Wvvl. «r m Workout every major muscle group and burn up to 500 calories in 30 minutes. Tina Scott, Owner 623-4818 DRAFTING/ Income Taxes Jeanne L. Hodge, CPA 202 Trinity Lake Blvd. Weaverville Phone 623-4787 Fine Line TRINITY ALPS DRYWALL New Construction Remodels Repairs Travis Michel, owner 530-623-4695 CA lic. # 839288 ALPS TRINITY Building & Design Services Furniture • Design • Construction Drafting • Fine Carpentry Energy Calcs 35 years experience! Eric Blomberg – Lic. # 789990 530-623-4598; Fax 623-9248 P. O. Box 639, Douglas City 96093 Up~...

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

MISC. WANTED D’COR HOME CONSIGNMENTS— Quality home furnishings wanted. Let us sell it for you! At the old H & R Block building at Martin and Main, 10 a. m. to 6 p. m. Mon.-Sat., or by appointment. Call Darleen or Catherine at 6233849. 10-17-tfc HANDYMAN SERVICES BOB— Repairs, carpentry, painting . . . Gardening: weed-eating, lawn mowing, fencing, hauling . . . No job too small! Dependable, reliable service. References available. Call Bob at 623-3719. Unlic. APPLIANCES with warranties available. S & S Services - 6233741. Message machine 24 - 7! 1-23-1tc 1-23-2tc BOOKKEEPER— Join the team at the Golden Age Center. Computer skills are a must. Need the ability to work with QuickBooks and Excel. Bookkeeping skills are highly favorable. Might be a perfect job for someone retired. We will train you. Pick up an application before Feb. 5. 623-2324. LEWISTON PHONE BOOKS on sale now at Dragonfly Outfitters and Lewiston Plug ‘ n Jug 1-23-3tp 1-23-2tp PUBLIC NOTICE ‘ COAS...

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

FEATURED LISTING OF THE WEEK! 2104332 - Two Creeks and Two Lots with a 1450 square feet home. 3 bedroom/ 1 ¾ bath in a quiet ideal setting with the back porch overlooking Little Creek. Includes 3 car garage and shop/ garage building. Great garden area with fruit trees, RV Parking and view of the mountains. Listed for $ 368,000. H757/ 2104318 REMODELED & FRESH. 2 bed, 1 bath home in Lewiston. Kitchen has new stove, dishwasher & cabinets with tile countertops. New laminate flooring throughout. New heat/ air conditioning pump & extra insulation for energy efficiency. Move-in ready! $ 162,000 Cheryl Mikkola, Broker, 623-3696 Lynne Gervasi, Broker Associate 623-3717 Jeanette Collins, Associate 623-3551 Jim Morey, Associate 286-2821 Laird R. Crandall, Associate 623-3122 H703/ 2103844 FANTASTIC CREEKSIDE PROPERTY ON 30 ACRES Great 2000 sq ft log home in Hayfork with 3 bed, 2 bath & complete solar system. Close to town but in quiet, secluded s...

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

125 YEARS AGO Saturda y, Jan. 25, 1908 100 YEARS AGO The Weaverville symphony or- chestra has resumed its regu lar prac tice after six months rest with a comp lement of 11 instruments, the additions bein g the cello and fl ute. The y are be ginning work on a high-e r gra de of music, includin g some of the classics. The Eltapome band has also resumed practice after the holi-day s. 150 YEARS AGO Saturday, Jan. 30, 1858 Snow - At no time this winter has the snow been more than four inches deep in Weaverville; this time last year it was as many feet. On Sunday it was about 18 inches dee p on the mountains between this place and Shasta. To our Patrons - The proprie tor ( David E. Gordon) takes pleasure in announcing to the pa trons of this paper that the services of Calvin B. McDonald, Esq. have been secured as editor, and that he will hereafter take charge of that department in the publication of the Journal. With this a nnouncement w e leave t he la-bors of Mr. McDonald to speak for t...

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

152ND YEAR, NO. 5 Snow art Concerns raised by plan for Hwy. 299 lowest in California Electricity rates here \ % spa II i y The average rate for a publicly owned utility in California was 10 cents, and 14.2 cents for an investor-owned ( Back page, this section) In comparison with TPUD’s 7.5 cents a kilowatt hour in 2006, the City of Redding charged 9.4 cents per kilowatt hour. Pacific Gas & Electric charged 13.7 cents per kilowatt hour. overall average; TPUD’s residential rates vary based on which areas have paid off costs of equipment acquisition to serve them. The district also has different rates for industrial and commercial use. It found that in 2006, TPUD’s charge for its electricity sales was 7.5 cents per kilowatt hour. This is an The association gets its information from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Energy Information Administration reports. The American Public Power Association released a report for 2006 showing that the Trinity Public Utilities Di...

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

Domestic Violence Support Group, Weaverville. Call HRN at 623-2024 for meeting time and place and for more information. Thursday Night Strippers quilting guild, 6 to 9 p. m., Textile Traditions Quilt Shop, 555 Main St., Weaverville. Fair- THURSDAY, JANUARY 31 Soroptimist International of Trinity County, noon luncheon meeting, Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Road. 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. Trinity Lake Lions, I. O. O. F. Hall, Trinity Center, 7 p. m. Hayfork Lions Club, grounds, 7: 30 p. m. by PHIL NELSON Jan. 22 - Gas was siphoned from several county vehicles at Solid Waste, with one gas cap broken. A raccoon causing a disturbance. A dog was shot. A student was bitten by a dog but has received no medical attention. An overturned vehicle with someone trapped inside. Two callers each report being threatened by the other. Dogs that are attacking the caller’s doors and ...

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

Our roots run deep in the communities we serve. Please join us as we celebrate our 35th Anniversary! February 1st serving pastries and coffee. Friday, Come in for breakfast. We will be Get More. BNVB North Valley Bank It Weaverville Branch 311 Main Street ( 530) 623-5521 ( 530) 628-5215 Hayfork Branch Highway 3 Call 1-866-869-MORE ( 6673) go on-line at www. novb. com Member FDIC Crab F eed long hair extra P e rm S p e c i a l includes cut & style Jerri’s Styling Salon Februar y $ 45 Adults $ 25 - Children $ 12 12 years and under Tickets at the door $ 30 For tickets call 778-3877 February 2nd, 2008 Early Seating 4 - 6 pm Late Seating 6: 30 - 8 pm Tuesday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm Saturday 10 am - 4 pm Call for after hours appointment 1245 South Main St. Stylists Cherie & Jerri Open 623-2577 offer good throughout the month of February The TRINITY JOURNAL 1 -p Barry Reed of the California School Boards Association Executive Search Services has been selected by the Th...

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

Photo was wrenching Ode to a Firefighter FROM ANN BRYANT COVINGTON MILL The picture on the front page of last week’s Journal of Mr. Manfredonia and his bear gave me cause to seriously consider canceling my subscription. I know that there are many hunters in this area, and I don’t begrudge anyone hunting for meat, but to put on display an animal who suffered and died a slow death is not front page news as far as I’m concerned. For those of us who have a soft heart for these animals, it was gut wrenching. From now on, I’m going to have my husband scan the Journal before I even open it. I am writing in reference to an article that appeared in the Jan. 23 issue of The Trinity Journal titled “Bear possibly a world record.” My reactions were mixed when first saw the photo that accompanied the story. While I am not a full-time resident of Trinity County, my family has a vacation home in Lewiston and my husband and I visit monthly. First, I was shocked to see the size of the bear; I know be...

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

m ' U.'ULLM * fix m Annelise Green-Burke . . . leukemia survivor thanks to donors like you. Ask for a Democrat Ballot February 5th Sen. Hillary Clinton - www.hillaryclinton.com Former Sen. John Edwards - www.johnedwards.com Former Sen. Mike Gravel -www.gravel2008.us Con. Dennis Kucinich -www.dennis4president.com Sen. BarakObama-www.barakobama.com Paid for by Trinity Democratic Central Committee Douglas City School students in grades 4-8 competed in the 2008 National Geogra-p hy Bee in Januar y. After competing in the preliminary compe tition, ten finalists ad-vanced to the final compe tition. These finalists were: Carl y Miller, Forest Quinn, Mer-cedes Sims, Kyle Smith, Deanna Zappola, Kim DeRemer, Alec DuLong, Kyle Huber, Shannon Moore, and Cassie Yingling. The followin g winners emerge d: 1st PlaceMercedes Sims, 2nd Place - Carl y Miller, and 3rd Place - K yle Smith. Geography bee champs \J- J Pastor Fred and Rober-ta Boring attended the“ Pot Party” last Friday. A vid-eo about Mar...

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

Ed 4 ■ if* 2 4 6 million students and more than 9,300 public schools, was entitled to nominate 35 schools. To be named Blue Ribbon schools and be honored at a ceremony in Washington, D. C., in the fall, they must meet 2008 progress and growth targets. California, with more than The school qualified for nomination because its student body includes 40 percent or more disadvantaged students whose proficiency places the school in the 60th percentile in English-language arts and mathematics in the highest grade tested when compared to other schools in the state. The school has also shown an upward trend. “I think it shows great leadership, especially from Principal Rosalind Morris,” said school Superintendent Bob Lowden.“ The teachers have done a great job and we have good students and parents that help.” Weaverville Elementary School has been nominated for the honor. Only two other North State schools were nominated, one in Arcata and one in Marysville. This is the first time grade 12 s...

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

by P HIL N EL SON *** *** The Weaverville Elementar y School cheerleaders won first p lace for their dance routine and second p lace for their sideline cheers at the WES tournament. The cheerleaders traveled last weekend to Yreka for a basketball/ cheer tournament. With five cheer teams in the compe tition, the WES cheerleaders took first p lace. WES cheerleaders are Hannah Nelson, Danielle Dias, Kristin Roan, Bronw yn Johnson, Brighid MacGregor, Kelsi Camacho, Dominique DeMoss, Jennifer Loomis, Melissa Palermo, and mascots Amber Hatter and Sand y Draw yer. The team is coached b y Julie Nourse and Brianna Swenson. Winning spirit Weaver ville Wildcats win hometown tourney by P HIL N EL SON The Wildcats’ Luke Curran shoots durin g the champion-s hip game against Evergreen. “It’s a bi g disa ppointment not bein g able to play toni ght ( Frida y). We look forward to the challen ge Westwood pro-v ides and postponement of this game will just add to the pressure when we try to re-schedule,...

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

There’s also a Horsewater Lane bike/ pe destrian pa th projec t scheduled for comple-tion in the next two years at a reduced cost of $ 215,000, and a major project to realign the fi rst third of a mile of Brady Road and relocate its inter-section with Highway 3 to straighten a sharp curve and improve sig ht distance at the intersection. Honors - Montana Baker, Aurelio Bodmer, Eric Butler, April Carpenter, Ben Cody, Chane y Councilman, Bran-don DeAtle y, Jared Duncan, Mor gan Duncan, LeeAnna Dunham, Ka yla Eddis, An-drew Hankerd, Scott Huf-ford, Chelse y Jones, Ja ycee Journe y, Aren Lane, James Leaton, Robert Lichney, Kathleen Llewellyn, Kayla Lopez, Robert Merritt, Hallie AnnMarie Merwin, Brenden Mucklow, Robert Newman, Tiana Peet, Nicholas Pou-rian, Michael Rader, Jake Ritter, Conor Ritz, Claris-sa Schultz, Dustin Stephens, Seth Watson, Charles Whal-ey, Nekka Wiseman. High Honors – Karley Britton, Sierra Brown, Tay-l or Christensen, GeorgeAnn DeAntoni, Elisha Dona-hue, Kaitl yn Dr...

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

Si Jl < ill Ill by P HIL N EL SON by P HIL N EL SON Noreen Do yas of the Lowden Aquatic Park Project, Coffee Creek School Board Chair Keith Groves, and Coffee Creek School student Leah Groves ( rig ht) accep t checks from Yvonne Pegoraro ( second from right), manager of Highland Art Center. Highland donated $ 519 raised in its contest of models of historic Weaverville buildin gs to the poo l projec t ( voters pai d 25 cents for each vote). The winning model of the Joss House was created by Coffee Creek students, and so Coffee Creek School was awarded $ 500 from the Highland-Snyder Foundation. The model was made by Leah Groves, Holli Ehlerdin g, Anthon y Mar tinez, Br yan Burke, Trinit y Se ymoure, Lezlee Journe y, Tessa Neely and instructor Valli Power. Winning model By SANDY EVANS 623-2117 saltfl at@ snowcrest. net Douglas City Diggins Fund - raiser for Nancy Karen Metcalf of Picket Fences displays the birdbath and gifts donated for the“ To Nancy With Love” raffl e. All ...

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

Needs” that may within Trinity County. for“ Unmet Needs” Reasonable to Meet” California, County located at 11 Court Box 1258, Weaverville, 96093. If you object to Charles; his first wife, Barbara ( Bobbie), and second wife, Reba. son, Ronald of Sacramento; stepchildren, Odus Powell of Burnt Ranch, Carroll Powell of Weaverville, William Powell of Pioneer, and Sue Cowart of Pine Grove; sisters-in-law, Marion Nagel of Sacramento and Bea Nagel of Washington; numerous nephews and nieces; grandchildren, Keith Ballew of Oregon, Michael Land of Fairbanks, Alaska, Randall Land of Wasilla, Alaska, Vernon Powell and Barry Powell and Doug Powell and Nick Powell of Redding, Alanna Forniciari of Red Bluff, Jennena Powell of Jackson, Judy Powell of Jackson, Jason Powell and Justin Powell of Pioneer, Sherry Epperson and Joleen Ament. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Jack, Ernie and A D VE R hearing on Tuesday, 2008 at 1: 30 p. m., soon thereafter as heard, in the Trinity Library meeting ro...

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

Workout every major muscle group and burn up to 500 calories in 30 minutes. Tina Scott, Owner 623-4818 Fine Line DRAFTING/ Income Taxes Jeanne L. Hodge, CPA 202 Trinity Lake Blvd. Weaverville Phone 623-4787 TRINITY ALPS DRYWALL New Construction Remodels Repairs Travis Michel, owner 530-623-4695 CA lic. # 839288 ALPS TRINITY Up~Town Storage Storage Cover Your Assets The Biggest Yard in Town Modern & Clean | RVi| Bonis | Allies] 623-6064 For all Your Mini Storage Needs When the rest are full'call us! 211 Hwy 3 Weaverville EAGLE ROCK, INC. Cal. Lic. # 546388 Sand & Gravel Shale Road Base Drain Rock Asphalt Paving ( Free Quotations) Radio-dispatched Trucks Call 623-4444 Fax 623-1984 P. O. Box 1498, Weaverville CA 96093 Building & Design Services Furniture • Design • Construction Drafting • Fine Carpentry Energy Calcs 35 years experience! Eric Blomberg – Lic. # 789990 530-623-4598; Fax 623-9248 P. O. Box 639, Douglas City 96093 Plew Plumbing &a...

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

Weaverville, and Community 1-23-3tp ------------------------------------------ hr. hotline - 623-HELP ( 4357), collect okay. Services available 1-30-1tcCenter on Tule Creek Rd., Hayfork. Human Response Network since 1980. 5-9-52tp-4-30-08 SELF-STORAGE— Lewiston. Best rates. Special long-term rates. Safe, modern units. 7783790. 1-9-8tc STROUD UPRIGHT PIANO inat 111 Mountain View Street, great condition. 286-2821. ------------------------------------------ LEWISTON PHONE BOOKS on sale now at Dragonfly Outfitters and Lewiston Plug ‘ n Jug ------------------------------------------ CONFIDENTIAL CRISIS assistance for domestic violence and sexual assualt victims. 24fencing, hauling . . . No job too small! Dependable, reliable service. References available. Call Bob at 623-3719. Unlic. MISC FOR SALE PERSONALS SERVICES mikes, two stands with booms all for $ 80. 623-2869. weekly. Call HRN at 623-2024 for time/ place. 6-6-07-52tp to 5-28-08 HANDYMAN BOB— Repairs, carpentry, painting . . . Gar...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 January 2008

LOG HOME IN HAYFORK ON 30 USABLE ACRES. 3 bed, 2 bath approx. 2000 sq ft home with complete solar system bordering Hayfork Creek. Close to town. Gardens, fruit trees, outbuildings, lots of pastures, quiet secluded setting. Perfect horse ranch or vineyard property. $ 435,000 JC71 – CREEKSIDE SERENADE-JUNCTION CITY. 3,000 sq. feet of elegance, plus a charming 800 sq. foot separate guest quarters, 800 sq. ft. workshop and spacious 2 car garage; nestled on 2.4 Acres. Enjoy year round Conner Creek serenade from your covered porch, rear deck and Master Suite. $ 369,000. VIRTUAL TOUR: http:// tournow. net/ show/ 46535 H634/ 2103701 COUNTRY LOG HOME ON 4.5 ACRES. Seller financing available! No loan fees or closing costs. Off the beaten path in Douglas City, but has easy access to 299 & the Trinity River. Gorgeous 2400 sq ft 3 bed, 2 bath home with covered porches, deck & barn. Great horse property. $ 439,000 HOME! This 2/ 2 Manufactured Home on financable foundation ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 January 2008

50 YEARS AGO Trinity High School student elections were set between the No-Name Party and the Modify-Oppressive-Budget ( M. O. B.) Party. Candidates for the No Name party include President Dan Miller, Vice President Kim Ross, Secretar y Susie Pa ge, Treasurer Jeff Parkan, LaVerne Laffranchini was pleasantly surprise d when she received an autographed copy of“ The Lad y, The Le gend, The Truth” from Lana Turner. Ms. Turner had seen an article written in the Green Section of the Redding Record Searchlight about LaVerne. Januar y 30, 1983 25 YEARS AGO Lewiston Sluice Box By K ATIE QUINN ( 530) 778-3307 katieq@ hughes. net A Senior’s View B y BARBARA TALVOLA ( 530) 623-2984 Fax 623-4428 1 I i THE HLSTOglC FEBRUARY 3RD 4 c/ Mabel Steelman of Weaverville celebrated her 100 th birthda y with her family on Jan. 7. She has lived in Weaver ville for about 18 years. 100 years old grants for McConnell Trinit y I like it both ways, though. Sometimes I use my age to excuse myse lf from doin g som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 6 February 2008

It’s Jesse Hubbell, the lion tamer. The snow beast was made by John Hubbell and his boys at their Weaverville home. County to get reverse 911 system in election Judge Woodward faces hallenger ml 2f& 152ND YEAR, NO. 6 Snow up to 11 feet deep Trinity likes Obama and McCain WEAVERVILLE, TRINITY COUNTY, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2008 Trinity County voters favored Barack Obama for the Democratic presidential nominee and John McCain for the Republican nominee in Tuesday’s voting With only a couple hundred ballets left to be counted, the Trinity results were: Obama had 841 Trinity votes, compared with Hillary Clinton’s 732. Although he has dropped out of the race, John Edwards got 203 votes. That may be due to absentee voters getting their ballets in before Edwards withdrew about a week ago. In the Republican race, John McCain had 650 Trinity votes, followed by Mitt Romney with 370 votes. Mike Huckabee received 319 votes. As of Tuesday night, voter turnout appeared to have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 6 February 2008

( 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. Community Center on Texas Ave. ( AA) Willow Creek, 7 p. m., Senior Resource Center on Highway 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. Thursday Night Strippers quilting guild, 6 to 9 p. m., Textile Traditions Quilt Shop, 555 Main St., Weaverville. Hayfork Lions, Fairgrounds, 30 p. m. Planned Parenthood, Weaverville, 9: 45 a. m. to 4 p. m. Trinity Family Medical Group, free blood pressure clinic, all day except noon-2 p. m. Bingo, Douglas City Fire Station, 7 p. m. Soroptimist International of Trinity County, noon luncheon meeting at the Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Road. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7 Trinity County Food Bank, Coffee Creek/ Trinity Center area @ Community Church, 11...

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