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

CERTIFIED ARBORIST - PH-2255A FIRE PREVENTION 623-7T88 FULLY INSURED - PRUNING & SHAPING HAZARDOUS TREE REMOVAL Lie. No. 873858 0 % 623 SIGN erik@trinitymountaindesign.com 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 CONCRETE AGGREGATE PRODUCTS Contractors License # 813311 FREE ESTIMATES • Meets all County & Federal Specifi cations • Washed Sand & Gravel • Loam • Cobbles • Road Base • Drain, Crushed & Natural Rock 623-6833 320 Industrial Parkway, Wvvl. Plew Plumbing & Electrical, Inc. dba. Plew Plumbing CA Lic # 535240 Pump & Well Work Plumbing Repairs New Construction Drain Cleaning 623-6591 After Hours 623-3536 Building & Design Services Furniture • Design • Construction Drafting • Fine Carpentry Energy Calcs Fine Line Trott Const. Co...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

LOCAL FARMERS’ MARKETS are opening in May! Looking for farmers, bakers, artists and musicians. Join the growing fun of local direct sales. Farmers’ Markets are the local sustainable way for us all to market ourselves. For details call 6236821. 4-23-2tp 6-6-07-52tp to 5-28-08 PERSONALS WOMEN’S SUPPORT GROUP for domestic violence survivors. Drop-in group meets once weekly. Call HRN at 623-2024 for time/ place. TRINITY ALPS GOLF BUSINESS LEAGUE begins MAY 7th. Team sign-ups at the golf course. 4-30-1tc LOST & FOUND FOUND: WHITE & GRAY COCKATIEL, very tame. Found outside Health & Human Services. Call 623-5757 or 3513669. 4-23-2tnc RVs 2002 22 FT. CATALINA LITE TRAVEL TRAILER in good condition. $ 8,500 OBO. 6237129. 4-2-tfc MISC FOR SALE IMPERIAL PROPANE HEATER with thermostat— Better than a Monitor - works when electricity goes out. $ 2,000. 778-0502. 9-19-tfc FIREWOOD FIREWOOD BY DAN! Spring prices. 25 years experience. Full cords! Dry oak and fir. 6...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

Gorgeous 3 Bed, 2 bath home in Lewiston with lots of granite, tile, hickory flooring, custom throughout. Private setting surrounded by tall trees. Must see to appreciate! $ 485,000. CUSTOM HOME NEAR TRINITY LAKE! Located in Covington Mill, this newer, well-kept 3 bd/ 2 ba home features vaulted ceilings, a great room with knotty pine and great decks! Just Reduced to only $ 269,500. Make your appt. today! PRIVATE 20 ACRES— Minutes from Wvl., lots of trees, awesome potential views of Alps, spring, great building sites. Borders SPI on 2 sides. Only $ 160,000. 397-PRIVATE ACREAGE NEAR WEAVERVILLE - Perfect place to build your summer retreat. Property has native grove of pine, cedar, douglas fir and madrone trees. Bear Creek runs through the west side of the property. Nice level area for building sites with wonderful views. Rough-in driveway through property. Asking $ 200,000. H752/ 2104232 BEAUTIFUL HOME IN WOODSY AREA. This new 2500 sq ft. 3 bed, 2 bath home is custom built. Marvelous d...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 April 2008

YOU MUST LICENSE YOUR DOG TO RECEIVE THE RABIES DISCOUNT! Cost : $ 6.00 for Rabies Vaccination payable to the Veterinarian ond inning and started coming back. Due to a time limit, we ran out of time. Game over. We will play 20 games and eight are home games in Lewiston. Both Trinity Little League and Trinity Pony League are playing. Come out see some great baseball.” The previous was a plug from Keith Bigham, and a good reminder that games are being played right here! As soon as I get the schedule, I’ll e-mail it out. trell on the passing of her husband, Ron. I will always remember Ron with a smile on his face; even in his last days he remained positive. Cindy, please know that we all are thinking of you. “The Trinity Pony League started play in Lewiston Saturday. The Trinity Dodgers played the Redding Dodgers, with Trinity losing 13-8. The score doesn’t reflect the playing of our Dodgers who were down 10-1 in the sec- If you or anyone you know qualifies, Please call 628-5770 EQUAL ...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

by PHIL NELSON Owners of shut marina say Forest Service unfair by PHIL NELSON Estrellita Marina owner Eric Plotzke at the former marina site on Trinity Lake. Estrellita owners Eric and Shannon Plotzke are trying to convince the Forest Service to allow a new marina to open at the site, which is halfway between Weaverville and Trinity Center. Indications from Forest Service of- – only to pull the remaining rental fleet out of the water. By AMY GITTELSOHN Not much remains of Estrellita Marina on Trinity Lake. The docks, most of the boats, snack shack and gas pumps are gone. A concrete boat ramp remains, but under U. S. Forest Service orders it is to come out and cannot be used to launch boats While many facilities send statements early to let the patient know that their insurance has been billed, Trinity Hospital is not doing that.“ People call wanting to ( Back page, this section) With the new systems in place, she said, self-pay patients should get a bill within five days of service,...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

W & Th Iron Man IRON MAN May 9 - 15 ( PG-13) 130 MIN FRI SAT SUN MON TUE WED THU 7: 00 7: 00 FORGETTING SARAH MARSHALL ( R) 105 MIN FRI SAT SUN MON TUE WED THU 7: 30 5: 00 5: 00 7: 30 7: 30 7: 30 7: 30 7: 30 7: 30 COMMING SOON CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: PRINCE CASPIAN INDIANA JONES! 623-3555 GENERAL ADMISSION $ 7.50 BARGAIN MATINEE ~ Before 5: 30 ALL SEATS $ 5.00 CHILDREN 10 & under $ 5.00 • SENIORS 60+ $ 5.00 Births For more information, contact the Douglas City School office at 623-6350. teacher and will be registered to start school in the fall. Parents should bring the child’s vaccination records and birth certificate to the roundup. Children who will turn 5 on or before Dec. 2 are eligible to start kindergarten in August 2008. Douglas City Elementary School will hold a Kindergarten Roundup for the 2008-09 school year on Wednesday, May 14, from 2: 30 to 4 p. m. The Public Health Department will be available to update children on the immunizations necessary to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

“I’d been looking for 20 years,” he said, adding that he does not believe the county’s current demographics would support the development of a new resort there,“ but I’ve been in the real estate business since 1988 and I didn’t want to limit that future potential. We started looking at the potential for a manufactured home development and found the Forest Service philosophy is anti-development. It would require millions of dollars for a master plan development. Now there’s the marina issue and people have contacted me about that and I don’t have a clue.” He added that he bought the property for the single reason of developing a second home for himself on one piece of it. Beer said he would not personally propose a marina for that parcel,“ but I don’t think it’s out of the question for someone else. I don’t think it would be any more difficult to do if my rezone is approved.” asked the landowner if he would be willing to reconsider the development of the lakeside parcel. Landowner Al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

A case in point is the banking industry, which has proven it will not regulate itself. The real estate bubble was artificially inflated beyond the normal cycle of the marketplace with creative financing that violated every law of economic common sense. Caution was thrown to the wind as the frenzy was escalated to I am one who believes in limiting the role of government in regulating the economy. But I also know that restraint must be placed on excess and abuse. The less there is from within, the more the need for it from without. Henry Ford believed that a rising tide lifts all boats, rich and poor alike. This is the ideal. Obviously, we are living far short of that today. Too many, both individually and corporately, are out to get all they can, any way they can, and they don’t care who or what they trample on to get it. Far from going broke, Ford made handsome profit. American free enterprise has been likened to a goose that lays golden eggs. It has provided more widespread freedom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

In the bottom of the inning, Maxwell scored twice to go ahead 3-2. But Hayfork rallied for seven runs in the decisive third inning. Hibbsledoffwithasingle, Hibbs led off with a single, moved to second on a fielder’s choice and scored on Jamie Curry’s inside-the-park home run. By the end of the top of the third inning, the Timberjacks had taken the lead at 9-3. Maxwell scored a run in the bottom of the inning to cut the lead to 9-4 but it was to score when the Panthers made an error on a ball hit by Courtney Stewart. JamieCurrygaveupsin- Jamie Curry gave up singles in the first, third and fourth innings but each time followed up with a strikeout to end any hope of the Panthers scoring. Maxwellscoredfirstinthe tie for championship In the opener, Reynolds had two hits and two RBIs; Johnson, three hits; Sarah Curry, two RBIs; and Ferguson, two hits and a RBI. Yeske pitched a complete game for the victory. SarahCurrypitchedfour Sarah Curry pitched four no-hit innings in the second game a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

stead followed with a triple. Second baseman Jared Atterberry made the second out of the inning followed by eight consecutive hits by the Wolves. CenterfielderNathanCockburn “We’re playing good baseball right now,” said Wolves Coach Steve Biggs. “We had a rough time early in the season and at one stretch lost seven in a row. One of the diffi cult aspects of small school competition is that you are forced to rush into a new sea- Tuesday, April 29, was a cold, blustery and wet day which, in Hayfork, translates to“ it’s time to play ball!” as the Timberjacks hosted Trinity High School’s baseball and softball teams. The Wolves’ baseball team prepared for Friday’s showdown with Burney for the league championship by defeating Hayfork 16-7 in the opener and shutting out the Timberjacks 5-0 in the second game of the doubleheader. By BILL MUSICK Curry added a triple and scored three times in Wednesday’s second game against Elk Creek. Just for good measure, she scored on an inside-the-park ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

■ May Faire Photos by PHIL NELSON In 2006, the North Fork Grange adopted the Junction City Park and now maintains it. Anyone interested in supporting this effort may contact Roger Smith at 623-6230. The kids had an arm wrestling competition where they met in friendly combat. Music was provided by Trespass for everyone’s pleasure. The band will also be featured at a May Faire dance party at the Grange Hall on May 17. At noon children gathered to dance around the Maypole, winding it with colorful ribbons to welcome spring ( above). Saturday was a beautiful, bright sunshine kind of day, perfect weather to celebrate the May Faire at the Junction City Park. Fun loving folks fi lled the park to enjoy music and dancing, including line dancing and the lovely belly dancers at right. By SANDY EVANS 623-2117 saltfl at@ snowcrest. net Douglas City Diggins Specializing in: GROUP & INDIVIDUAL HEALTH INSURANCE MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT MEDICARE ADVANTAGE & PART D ( RX), LIFE AND ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

Owners of shut marina say Forest Service unfair a lease agreemen t with the new marina owner for two acres, or a trade of land with the Forest Service. have been cited b y the Forest Service as an impe diment to a new marina could be over-come by a road easement, Alternatively, Aalfs re-quested a temporary per-m per-mit to allow Estrellita to op-e rate the ramp for public use and that bids be accepted for a new marina to be opened at the site. He stated that the priva te property issues that wife would prefer to reopen the marina themselves, but if someone else’s proposa l were accep ted, the y could at least maintain their related busi-nesses. Plotzke said he and his Cotti-ni in March inquiring about how to appeal, adding,“ If there is no appeal or review process, then please advise me specifically as, I under-stand from my attorney, it is impor tant to show the court that I have exhausted all my administrative op tions with the Forest Service if this can-not be resolved without li...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

June 3, 2008 - 20 Years of Business Management Experience - A Commitment to Transparency In Government - History of Building Productive Relationships Friends of J Paid For Morris 3$ The TRINITY JOURNAL local schools) and at The Centre for Creative Therapy, 903 Main St., Weaverville. For more information, call Scott La Fein at ( 530) 623-2695, e-mail awe@ velotech. net or write to Ascend Wilderness Experience, P. O. Box 487, Weaverville CA 96093. Return the application to The Centre for Creative Therapy or to the above mailing address. AWE is a permittee of the Shasta-Trinity and Klamath National Forests. Alps backpack trips for youths plications is Friday, June 27. Both backpacking adventures are partially funded by a grant from Trinity County Title III - Secure Rural Schools and Community SelfDetermination Act of 2000. A fee of $ 100 is required for these five-day experiences. Two mandatory pre-trip meetings will be scheduled as well as one post-trip gathering. Space is limited. Ap...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

Helping your child adopt an active lifestyle when they are very small will have a big impact in their future. We have moved: P. O. Box 1362 111 Mountain View Rd Weaverville, CA ( 530) 739-3159 or 623-2024 Get moving, you are your child’s best role model Try some new exercises together, do Jumping Jacks Dance to your favorite music Play hide and seek Take a nature walk Play hopscotch Tumble in the grass Busy as a May is National Fitness Month 530 628-5036 - 50 Horsewater Lane, & Water Systems behind Video Store Sunshine Gardens Educational Gardening Speakers Arts and Crafts • Local Music • Great Food Prescribed May 7, 2008 burn plans Jstewartbelden@ dcacable. net By JANE M. BELDEN ( 530) 623-5319 Trinity’s Lively Arts I V According to District Ranger Tom Hudson, the Mad River Ranger District is planning on burning approximately 20 acres of hand piles on the Mad Ridge Fuelbreak, just south of Dinsmore, and 10 acres of hand piles on the Journey Fire Salvage on the east side...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

575 Main St E-MAIL: driske@ dcacable. net FAX: 623-2720 The Trinity County Republican Women Federated will meet for lunch on Monday, May 12, when District 1 Supervisor Judy Pflueger will be speaker. Lunch will be served at 11: 30 at the Sasquatch Restaurant in Trinity Center, and Supervisor Pflueger will speak at 12: 15. Lunch is $ 12, but is optional. If you would like to come for lunch, call Joann Mathis by May 9 at 286-2217. Trinity Center Volunteer Fire Department’s major fund-raiser of the year has been the Fourth of July barbecue held on the KOA grounds. The TCVFD Auxiliary has decided to kick off the summer by moving that“ funfest” up to Saturday, June 14, at the IOOF Hall in Trinity Center from 4 to 7 p. m. The new venue will be a“ Town Party” where there will be live karaoke and dancing in the street. This will be like the old-fashioned town parties where children are welcome and the day ends way too fast. Look for more details in upcoming columns. Anyone wishing to help pl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

A celebration of her life will be held at 2 p. m. June 1; meet at the Trinity River Recovery Lodge in Lewiston. Donations may be made to the Trinity Center, Coffee Creek and Lewiston volunteer fire departments. ity Center and Coffee Creek. She is survived by many loving friends, her“ family of the heart.” Boots was loved by many and will be missed by all who knew her. We would like to thank all of our friends and family for your support at the time of our recent loss. We appreciate your condolences, cards, flowers, donations of cookies and food, and help with putting the memorial service together. The Family of James Henry Patton FRANCIS GIMBER CUSHMAN Francis Gimber Cushman, 89, of Chico, formerly of Trinity County, died April 17, 2008. He was born April 6, 1919, in Seattle, Wash. He was raised in Everett, Wash., and graduated from Everett High School in 1938. He moved to San Diego and worked in the aircraft industry until enlisting in the Navy in 1943. He was in the Seabees statio...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

FIRE PREVENTION 623-7T88 FULLY INSURED - PRUNING & SHAPING HAZARDOUS TREE REMOVAL Lie. No. 873858 0 % 623 SIGN erik@trinitymountaindesign.com 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 CONCRETE AGGREGATE PRODUCTS Contractors License # 813311 FREE ESTIMATES • Meets all County & Federal Specifi cations • Washed Sand & Gravel • Loam • Cobbles • Road Base • Drain, Crushed & Natural Rock 623-6833 320 Industrial Parkway, Wvvl. Plew Plumbing & Electrical, Inc. dba. Plew Plumbing CA Lic # 535240 Pump & Well Work Plumbing Repairs New Construction Drain Cleaning 623-6591 After Hours 623-3536 Building & Design Services Furniture • Design • Construction Drafting • Fine Carpentry Energy Calcs Fine Line Trott Const. Co. Remodeling Specialist • Addi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

$ 12,978. SPECIAL INTEREST CARS, 778-3771. 5-7-1tc 4-16-4tc 1999 TOYOTA TACOMA PRERUNNER EXTRA CAB— V6, A/ T, PW, PD, CC, A/ C. 135,000 miles. Burgundy, excellent. $ 9,000 OBO. 778-3811. amples of duties, contact Trinity County Personnel, Box 1613, Weaverville, CA 96093. ( 530) 623-1325. Resumes alone will not be accepted in lieu of the completed application form. EOE/ AAE 5-7-2tc PERSONALS lovely home setting and we’ll put your mind at ease. And as one relative put it,“ Both the care and the caring at the residence are truly exceptional.” Call ( 530) 623-2157 today. License # 531374753. 5-7-1tc HELP WANTED T position. Load/ unload materials, assist on sales floor includ- ing office duties and cashiering. Class“ C” license/ DMV printout required. Pick up and return applications at Smart Centers in Weaverville - 623-5538 or Hayfork - 628-5172 through May 20, 2008. 5-7-2tc 5-7-2tp KUBOTA GENERATORS & PARTS ... BANANA BELT, 6232931. 5-7-1tc KOA CAMPGROUND in beautiful and h...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 7 May 2008

Bill Derryberry, Broker/ Assoc. 623-5233 Robin Reilly .................. 266-3302 Vanessa Miller . . . . . . . . . . . 227-8659 Debbie Iford .................. 623-4766 Linda Livingston . . . . . . . . . . 623-7029 Keri Maloney ................ 739-0960 VACANT LAND- Wide variety of land for sale from ½ acre to 160 acres! ,RINITY •OUNTY 501 Main Street/ P. O. Box 160 Weaverville, CA 96093 http:// www. MyTrinityHome. com or www. MyTrinityRealtor. com or www. tc-property for easy ALL County search Quality Work & Friendly Service 623-1917 PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE No qualifying. Poker Bar Resident/ Broker Lic. # 00975889 Wayne Burditt Acres off Leslie Lane, just minutes to Main Street. Potential is obvious with the Alps views, well drilled @ estimated 15 gpm, trenching & romex prepped for power. Enjoy this end of the road privacy for just $ 120,000. W79 - YOU SHOULD BE HOME BY NOW! 2.30 DC74 - CABIN ON THE RIVER in Douglas City. 3 bedroom A-frame on th...

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

Carl Bonomini, County Director of Transportation, will present various alternatives regarding straightening, adding bike lanes or otherwise altering Brady Road at the intersection with Highway 3. Brady Road could be realigned to intersect Highway 3 across from the Post Office, allowing the abandoned section of Brady Road to be used for parking, or Brady Road could be left where it is. In that case, lost parking could not be replaced unless the Hair Salon building was relocated or removed. Plans for new pedestrian trail to Horsewater Lane Bridge, behind the Post Office and Bayley Ranch & Feed Store to the bridge, will also be presented. This would require an easement through this area. The public is invited to this informal presentation. Photos and drawings will be available. Questions, comments and suggestions will be welcome. by Western Star 37«i Annual Festival Masonic Lodge of Shasta Tickets cost $ 13 general/ $ 11 seniors and students; $ 15 at the door. Tickets are a...

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