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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 27 September 2011

FALL RIVER MILLS la Photo by Walt Caldwell CEO Dave Jones ( l) talks with Cindy Dodds, who heads the Burney Community Center, and Bill Estes, a director on the Mountain Valley’s board. Mountain Valley’s breaks ground for new Burney Clinic Hat Creek Construction won the bid from a field of eight. The building, when complete will have twice the square footage of the two existing office buildings with its main entrance on the side by the parking lot that will also be put in. Dave Jones, CEO of Mountain Valley Health Center made it official last Wednesday morning. The $ 3.3 million project includes the removal of the two buildings built by Doug Barr Attorney over 20 years ago. The clinic will take an estimated 8-10 months with construction guaranteed to be completed by September of 2012. JS If Friday; Sept* 30 th , Noon to 7pm & Saturday; Oct. 1 st , 7am to 7pm OFour (4) $25 Ray's Gift Cards «=> Digital Camcorder : Beautiful Gift Basket •ENTER TO WIN PRIZES INCLUD...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 27 September 2011

SEPTEMBER 30th vs. St. Bernard's CRUSADERS of Eureka Jl, HOMECOMING WEEK SCHEDULE Wednesday * Powder Puff Football 5:30pm Night Rally, 7:00pm 3 Friday fk Powder Puff Volleyball Rally jf Football Games * Homecoming Dance A Mad Mountain Wireless ATAT Flelailer 335-4212 Burney Intermountain Body Works & Towing 335-4558 Johnson Park Dr. Mike Maier Chiropractor 336-6547 Fall River Mills Presentation of Homecoming Royalty and the CORONATION of King a Queen will take place between Junior Varsity Land games Little Country Church 336-7226 McArthur William Schmunk, DDS 336-6142 McArthur Duncan's Frosty 335-5500 Johnson Park Precision Lube Express 335-5372 Burney McArthur Farm Supplies 336-6133 McArthur Carpenters Trucking Volcano Rock 336-5256 McArthur Safeway 335-3212 Bumey Pit River Casino 335-2334 Burney High Country Real Estate Uc# 00846B27 335-2222 Burney Hiway Garage 336-5532 McArthur Fall River Mills 33€h6555 Fall River Family Pharmacy Tri Counties Bank Burney Branch 335-22...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 27 September 2011

\ M m bi9t r.1 Cougar’s lone TD comes with Burney Raiders on the sideline Photo by Ron Mosher GAINING YARDAGE... Burney’s JJ Villarruel winds way past fallen Weed Cougars in Burney’s first win of the year Friday night on the road in Weed, 47-6. PCjr m RAIDER ACTION... Photos by Ron Mosher Burney HOMECOMING this Friday vs. St. Bernard’s for the first TD called back. A short time later, he got the chance to get one that counted - a 17yard run. Then Michael Gallagher hauled in a Luke Urlie pass for a 59-yard TD. Barry Wyrick had a great 85-yard second half kickoff TD called back because of a penalty. Robert Wall caught an Urlie pass for a 14yard score to make it 216 at intermission. With Burney up 14-0, Weed collected their ‘ freebie’ to make it 14-6. insult to injury, the officials called an off-side penalty on the Raiders after the TD, which was naturally refused by the Cougars. SE E / Page B-2 In the third quarter, Wall scored his second on the night - this time a 20-yard run. Then ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 27 September 2011

BURNEY VARSITY FOOTBALL_______________ SOCCER CHURCH DIRECTORY Intermountain Area FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 20400 Timber ( at Juniper), Burney, CA. 335-3723 Sunday Worship: 9: 30am Visitors Welcome IGLESIA HISPANA RIOSDE AGUA VIVA 37063 Main St., Burney Rivers of Living Waters Church Services: Domingos 10: 00am Bible Study Wednesday’s 6pm Informacion: 530-335-4137 GRACE BIBLE CHURCH at the base of Big Valley Mountain on Cemetery Road Come worship with us in the beautiful pine tree setting Search God’s Word, Sunday 10-12 Child care during services Youth Group Sun night 5-9, Monday night prayer 7pm Pastor Kent House, 294-5244 GLENBURN COMMUNITY CHURCH Corner of Glenburn & McArthur Road Pastor Bill Myers Morning Service, 11 am Adult Bible Study, 9: 45 am 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 VALLEY BAPTIST ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 27 September 2011

mk "1 A i Five days earlier, Big Valley defeated Burney to win the Burney Tournament. This time the Raiders turned the tables. Burney is off this week, while BV is in Fall River Tuesday ( tonight) and Butte Valley Thurs. in comeback win over BV Lady Raiders Photo by Ron Mosher LEANING FORWARD... Big Valley Cardinals lean forward on defense against Burney last Thursday. Photo by Ron Mosher I’VE GOT IT... Burney’s Breanna Benson snares ball while teammate Devyn Berlt is backing her up. Come see us for all your Automotive Repair Needs Established 1924 SLAP slams Photo by Ron Mosher AT THE NET... Burney’s Myisha Carpenter ball over net in win over Big Valley. “After a slow start, the girls started working together and we had some very big plays that helped to change the momentum of the game,” summarized Burney coach Jessica Fields. From the other bench, Big Valley coach Diedre Jeppson noted, “It was definitely a learning experience for us.” “Both teams had just come off the grueling Red...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 27 September 2011

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 27 September 2011

The world is 70% water; we take care of the land! £k9 10 Tata] units, most tenants ■BP nave been there for a long BH lime Owner has taken greal I care of hornet, yafds, and KjTl tenants. 4 separate parcels. JHPH Some ot units have garages. I would be great for a retiree P ltiat wants income and likes Great investment with awesome tenants! Priced right at $500,000 t*DER REAL ESTATE AT THE "Y" " P.O. BOX 304, FALL RIVER MILLS, CA. 94028 53IW364131 Email baderr*alest@sha5ta.c<>ni utM\mm great home with i*t, r - ariLES of fall river, a wmw} twh hone with ■ fuU iteration arttw tfflfflirtt. w tffm. l°t> acre One of th* bet mm fwl ami fista* Ircdkrt <m ihr riw. FuJLj 1 irtrgaitt) vritl swifl hglUslitFiURiwr. BJJSjOWuW DRASTICALLY REDUCED TO, fUSHSMM IBd/lta* FlXER-ilrfCR HiLitttcVsikySALE PENIiIMG.. SilSMM imiilit. CABIN id Link V|]|n\-SALE FINDING Jfl.SMl.IO MA*I- COMMEHOAULT. IND'<STIUAL ACRES on Wwy J99E *Wi w*£t/kwct, ptmi, rtoac £...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 27 September 2011

GOING FOR THE GOLD by Calvin R. &. Jackie Mai hews ACROSS 1. Facial twitch 4. Young newts 8. Compadre I I To ; AT CHECK OUT OUR ON-LINE CROSSWORD Auto Smog Repair Dry Cleaners Burney Fabricate 335-2231 *DRY CLEANING *FAMILY LAUNDRY *DRAPES Pickup available at Fall River Arts & Trophies Fall River Mills Double <S' Automotive 336-5905 'Smoa Checks 'Brakes 'Enairte Repairs 'Oil Chaiifles 'Air Conditio riirlfl 43402 Hwy ' Fall River Mills DOWN 1. Like a good steak 2. Holiday 3. Fine food 4. Declines 5. Sonlike 6. Afternoon event 7. Lanka lead-in 8. Snickers ingredient 9. Stopped 10. Internet chat giggle 11. "The Princess Who Slept on 12. Bryn 13. Turns target 14. Lake monster's home 15. Wavy-patterned fabric 17. Biggest diamond 18. Not straightforward 19. English channel 20. German article JJ S 6 7 9 10 j | ■ ft 29 Mj /HI J| ,1J jjjj 4.1 l__ 4? 48 49 _ B 5 ' I i? jift By? sb .19 I H«> B r 'i l l | t<; xii hi « Ki us ■]-,!. W, &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 4 October 2011

Dear Ms. Mickelson: unable to attend your scheduled meeting on Thursday, September 29th We are writing to inform you that our Executive Officer, Amy Mickelson, will be I represent the Fall River Valley Community Services District. It is my understanding that you have asserted your opinions regarding the District's legal obligations. My question to you is what specific laws are you referring to in your assertions? with our agenda packet so they are received in time for mailing, anytime prior to this Thursday, September 29th. Please include 20 copies of any items to be distributed. for you to make your presentation to our Commission and staff in regard to your upcoming Sphere of Influence application. Please send any materials to be included We will however, gladly put an information item on our upcoming LAFCO agenda What specific objections do you have to the 2011 Fall River Valley CSD Sphere of Influence and what is your legal authority for such objections? Shasta LAFCO will meet on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 4 October 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: There is much more to come in saving our poor little Sophia’s life and it is very comforting to know that we are enveloped in your hearts; giving us hope and strength to get through each coming day. We have faith that the Lord has a plan that will save...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 4 October 2011

again! Calif. License 1378929 And working in real estate He’s working at Coldwell Banker Intermountain Realty with Allison Cassity Bus 335-3588 • Cel 722-7791 Home 336-5816 e-mail: notlogging@ psmail. net Photo by Walt Caldwell Chris of the Medicine Man Collective explains one of the exotic varieties they are growing. Marijuana Co-op A look at a Medical Dick Nemanic Donna Hamilton Henrietta Boberg Hugh Williams Linda Carpenter Martha Fletcher Sharman Harr Steve Knoch There are a few days left to nominate prospective board members by e-mail. Eight names have been submitted thus far. They are: The Fall River Valley Chamber of Commerce is seeking a new Board of Directors for the years of 2012 & 2013. Full Cocktail Bar & Dining from Tues.-Thurs. 5-9 pm • Fri.-Sat 5-9:30 pm Monday, 5-8 pm Single Menu item only. 0 Mii&s North on McArtrnir Road lo Dana 23076 M&lzger Road John Deere Floyd A. Boyd Co. John Deere Gators Open Monday through Frida...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 4 October 2011

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 4 October 2011

Events are FREE Park admission is required per car ioad Join your friends & neighbors at your 23rd Annual The Chair-ity Auction drew an estimated 100 folks. The final accounting isn’t in but guesstimates are that it raised between $ 3-$ 5,000 for the Inter- mountain Hospice. ( right) creations by US Bank and Connie Cleckler ( below) a bench by Sherri Quinlan. Chair-ity Auction raised funds for hospice raffle tickets at local mer- chants or by contacting a member of the districts. Buy your dinner and There will be a $ 5 entry fee to the ball if not attending the dinner. There will be a raffle at midnight for a Savage 243 with Scope as well as a season pass to Mt. Shasta Ski Park with a “Ride” Snowboard. Raffle tickets are $ 5 each for 5 for $ 20. We are able to accept Visa or Master Card. with live music from BIG SAGE and will offer beer and wine. Buck Hunter’s Ball is scheduled for Adin Adin & Lookout Fire Districts are holding the Buck Hunters Dinner &am...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 4 October 2011

meeting. continued Smith, who was adamantly opposed to retaining an attorney, explained his position and raising his voice angrily, said“ You’re wrong John. I’m through. I quit.” Then he left the meeting. Attorney Lean 81 /19 Approx. 3 I b pkgs Ground Beef $6.99ea $4.99ib Frozen Wild Pacific Salmon Filets Alienated continued EZ Peel Raw Prawns Prawns 1 lb. Bags Frozen Turkey Breasts 60/80 (Qf EZ Peel 16/20IQF S lb. Bags Pieces $5.77ib Large Scallop $1.6% 2 lb. Bag $8.77ib $7.88ib Strips or RibEyes $677ib Whole CAB Bnls N/Y Bacon 10# box Smoked Sliced 2/$7 Seafood Breaded Asst. Schooner $2.17ib Thorn Apple Valley Boneless Hams (41b) $7.8&% a Howard was preceded in death by his wife Freda, brothers Jack and Raymond Clark, sister Fay Badger, son in laws Dale Weigand and George Woolery and grandson Ryan Clark. He leaves his children Janice Weigand of Chico, and her family, granddaughter Vicki and her husband Tim Dahl, granddaughter Valerie and great grandchildren Nick and Ja...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 4 October 2011

homecoming Crusaders spoil Burney Raiders BIEBER - Big Valley football fans may have had to wait until week four of the season to get a glimpse of the Cardinals at home, but the wait and price of admission were worth it. Big Valley out-lasted visiting Redding Christian in the Cardinals home opener Friday night, 74-60, in a marathon 3-hour game. The Cardinals jumped out to a quick 26-8 lead in the first quarter, only to watch as Redding Christian got back into the game to trail 22-36 at halftime. Big Valley held a narrow 60-55 lead after three periods before finally getting the win some 3-plus hours after the opening kick off. “Their sophomore quarterback was really hard to contain,” noted assistant BV coach Scoop Martin,“ he had all the moves, both inside and outside. He’s going to be really tough in the next couple of years” Martin continued to note that the Cardinals Bulldogs suffer third straight shutout loss Dunsmuir and Butte Valley, both undefeated, tangle this Friday. Big Val...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 4 October 2011

Time has a way of flying by... whether we like it or not. # I. V Ron Mosher JLblroin the Side know it. Just think... it will be only a few more years and the two youngsters who carried the flowers and tiara’s out to the high school Homecoming royalty Friday night will be standing in the back row as high school royalty themselves before you JUST THINK... No, I’m not asking you to hurt yourself by thinking too hard, but it’s a phrase that fits the photo below to a tee. LAST GAME RESULTS Modoc 34, Fall River 0 St. Berns. 47, Burney 26 Etna & Weed - BYES Modoc at Weed* Etna - BYE * Denotes league game Friday, October 7 Fall River at Burney* 5-fl 27B 85 4-0 199 41 3-1 163 167 3-2 190 ;S3 2-2 SI 167 2-3 92 156 1-3 126 17& 1-3 48 157 Dunsmuir Bulls Valley BIG VALLEY Hayfcrft Happy Camp Liberty Rdg. Christian Mercy LAST GAME RESULTS Big Valley 74, R. Chris. 60 Butte Valley 64, Mercy 18 Dunsmuir 59, Hayfork 30 H. Camp 30, Liberty 28 THIS WEEK’S GAMES Friday, October 7...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 4 October 2011

Pedro Aceves scored five goals, while Danielle Shaffer added Fall River led 3-1 at halftime, and equaled their output in the second half. McARTHUR - Fall River soccer fans got a chance to see their team down Trinity Thursday, 6-2, here in SCL action. The next Junior High rodeo is set for Cottonwood on November 4th and 5th. Big Valley’s Leonard finished fifth in Pole Bending and seventh in Barrel Racing. Kramer finished in the fourth run-ner-up slot overall, with a second in Team Roping with Humphry, and third in boys Goat Tying. Bailey Bean. ■ Kramer was first in boys Goat Tying and second with Cherie Leonard of Big Valley in Ribbon Roping. Dogging, first in Tie-Down Roping and teamed with Bailey Bean of Gerber for first place in Ribbon Roping. Leonard was the Reserve AllAround for girls ( second place), with the second in Ribbon Roping, fourth in Pole Bending and Fifth in Barrel COTTONWOOD - Steel Humphry, an eighth grader at Fall River Jr/ Sr High School, captured two All-Around c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 4 October 2011

UPCOMING EVENTS Saturday Night October 8th at 7: 00 Fall River Lions Hall LIONS BINGO GARDENING Women’s Refuge Candlelight Walk Thursday, October 6th 6: 30 pm Burney Presbyterian Church 20435 Marquette St. shredded Sophia Krammerer Benefit Golf Tournament Saturday, Oct. 8th Sign up at the club house ATTN: WORK FROM ANYWHERE 24/ 7. Earn up-to $ 1,500/ PT to $ 7,500/ FT. Flexible hours, Training provided. Enjoys working with others, a self starter with computer skills. www. KTRGlobal. com, 1-888-304-2847. ( Cal-SCAN) Subscribe today 336-6262 WANTED TO BUY CLASSIFIED PAGES SHIPWRECK’S HIDDEN TREASURES “Im looking for good antiques, collectibles & used furniture” Next to the fire hall in FALL RIVER MILLS 336-7310 for Spring Creek Bridge over Fall River Regarding the Scope of Work and Environmental Document YARD/ ESTATE SALES ATTENTION AUCTIONEERS! California State Auctioneers As- sociation 43rd Annual Convention, October 20-23, San Diego. Auction professionals and companies ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 4 October 2011

I 10 Tolal units, most lenants ,¥JLv? have been there for a long BH time Owner has taken great Jr* j of homes, yards, and tenants. 4 separate parcels. ■VI Some of umis have garages. ■ would be great for a retiree I that wants income and likes to tinker 1 REAL ESTA7> AT THE "Y" " P.O. BOX 304, FALL RfVER MILLS, CA. 94028 53IW364131 Email badeiTealest@sha5ta.c<>ni utM\mm GREAT HOME WITH Uht- HflLES OF FALL RJVEH 4 Wntw} bull hone with ■ fuU rmwtkm an* in bfflfflwiir, w (pjHwr- 2°4 acre Or* of Uk bet mkr fwl ami fista* locttiflti o* ihr rmr. FuJLj 1 irfigaifd will wnifl ristus to fall Rhw. BJJSjOWuW DBASIICALLY REDUCED TO, fUSHSMM IBd/lta* FtXER4Jrf£R in Little Vslky SALE PENS IMG.. SilSMM Iffid/IB*. CABIN id Little Villcy,-SALE FINDING SELDOM) 1<A*I- INDtHTRlAL ACRES ait Wwy J99E *Wi warr/sewcr, pew, phone £ g*J jimiUblt . S UMM.M OLDER SbOT/RCTAlL BLDG, ii Bkba. Zoned K-l Willi history of Commercial use. Hai cnnmuiiily wflCTsndicvcj J50.M4....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 4 October 2011

XI X Features SyndicaU JUST FOR LAUGHS by Calvin R. & Jackie Mathew 17 18 21 23 110 Robinson Dosage amt. Island Currier's partner Varnisher's goal Auction site Young newt Zone Edible pocket Military addr. Michelle Obama Commands Tree secretion >\<:,r.n section Otis' brainchild Milk source Newspaper N;i:l:. Howard Lanka Like peas in . HMQ payees Vein contents Whack Sermon Topic Deadly reptile Early event in "The Wizard of Oi" Strong winds Boys' org. Aneurysm site Barnyard sound Switch positions ■ w ■ 111 zzzzl^z rp ■ nil Bio? in.! llHIK \S ■ i. — Btci ■ T4 80 Till ■ <>! Hi 10 Finished Mr. Beatty Flop Ending for Marx or motor Why pianos are so noble Dry as dust Subject Some in Spain U-Haul rental, otten Because he's a squealer Fuel carric-i College stalf member Concorde, for short What the beetle said to the roach Towards Anlarctica "Relum ol Ihe "; '83 film Western Indians What the orphaned call asked the haystack Opens Poet's d...

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