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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

County Administrative Officer Dero Forslund and Auditor/ Controller David Nelson have been meeting with the department heads individually to discuss their 2008/ 09 budget proposals. The estimated shortfall is the result of a combination of one-time revenues used to balance the budget this year that will not be available next year, revenues that have fallen below projected amounts and cash flow targets/ financial goals the county agreed to when it borrowed $ 4.5 million in 2005 to avoid bankruptcy from its hospital debt. receive. occurred and more are anticipated as the departments work to reduce their costs and services in keeping with the revenues they expect to Some layoffs have already Facing a $ 1.5 million budget gap for the next fiscal year starting July 1 plus unknown impacts from anticipated state budget cuts, Trinity County department heads are in the throes of developing plans to weather the storm. By SALLY MORRIS Most of the affected employees are working in the same jobs...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

( AA) Trinity Center, 6 p. m., Northern Lights, Red building next to the I. O. O. F. Hall. ( NA) Lewiston, 6 p. m., Dinner meeting, Trinity River Recovery Lodge. ( NA) Weaverville, noon, Just for Today, Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Rd. Al Anon, Willow Creek, 5: 30 p. m., Willow Creek Resource Center. ( AA) Willow Creek, 7 p. m., Senior Resource Center on Hwy. 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. Trinity Garden Club, noon and 1 p. m. meetings, call 6232388 for time and location. Weaverville Fire Protection District, 5 p. m., Station # 1, Bremer Street, Weaverville. Thursday Night Strippers quilting guild, 6 to 9 p. m., Textile Traditions Quilt Shop, 555 Main St., Weaverville. Trinity County Fair Association, board of directors, Fairgrounds, 6: 30 p. m. Lewiston Lions Club, 7 a. m., board/ business, Mountain Grill. Trin...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

Just two months earlier on March 1, Pendergrass was pulled over for weaving across double-yellow lines as he drove a pickup on Highway 3 north dergrass. Pendergrass also had a DUI conviction in 2002 and was arrested for DUI in January of this year outside of Trinity County. He failed to appear on that charge and there was a warrant for his arrest. Pendergrass would not obey commands to get out of his vehicle, and a taser and pepper spray were used on him. His blood alcohol level in that incident was found to be more than four times the legal limit, Lichney said. A Trinity Center man suffered serious injuries Friday in what is believed to be a DUI-related crash, the California Highway Patrol said. The CHP said Douglas Pendergrass, 51, of Trinity Center, was riding a motorcycle northbound on Highway 3 just north of Trinity Alps Road at 7: 20 p. m. when due to his allegedly intoxicated state he allowed the motorcycle to run off the east edge of the roadway. The motorcycle went into a d...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

eedback. • • Misconceptions about Superior Court candidate Hammer Judge Woodward is a man who meets all of my standards of what is required for a Superior Court judge in Trinity County and a man who lives by those standards. His willingness to serve both Humboldt County and Shasta County as a substitute judge is even more evidence of his dedication to participate in the judicial process in a rural part of California to provide justice for those who cannot be served by the sitting judges in those counties. the youth of our county. Judge Woodward has consistently demonstrated his concern for minors with drug and alcohol problems and has worked to create solutions, which gives them the opportunity to turn their lives around and become productive citizens. His regular participation in the annual“ Constitution Day” and“ Mock Trial Project” programs in our local schools is another example of his dedication to our county, which allows for a higher and more appropriate standard of justice f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

LG UX565 WITH MUSIC PLAYER AND BUILT-IN FM TRANSMITTER AND CAMERA $29.95 After *50 Visa Debit Card and unlimited easyedge plan purchase. Tours Available 10: 30 a. m. 11: 00 a. m. 12: 30 p. m. Having been actively involved as the deputy clerk of the Board of Supervisors for 7+ years, I will be able to draw on my experience and knowledge to make informed decisions from day one. During my time with the county, I worked and maintained an excellent relationship with both the public and county departments. I was the secretary to the board member( s) who represented the board on the Emergency Medical Care Committee, I worked closely with the Human Response Network on the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s ( FEMA) Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program, I clerked the Commission on Aging and participated in their joint effort with Human Response Network to copy and distribute the“ Senior Resource Kelly Frost My name is Kelly Frost and I am running for supervisor, District 2. I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

The doors will open at 6: 15 p. m. for drawing, pho-tograp hy and ceramics viewing. Then at 7, the per-forming arts portion of the program will be gin in the main theater. The program this year will again feature a variet y of students’ works in many disci plines tau ght at THS, includin g drawin g, photog-rap hy, ceramics, poetry, vo- cals, band and drama. Thedoorswillopenat The second annual Trin-ity High School“ Evening of the Arts” will be presented to the public on May 22 at the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center. This“ all-inclu-sive arts” program was a success last year. Theprogramthisyear G ravel added to river Gravel was shot into the Trinity River at Lewiston last week as par t of a projec t to rep lace grave l tra pped be-hind Trinity Dam. The gravel creates juvenile rearing and adult spawning habitat that is crucial to salmon and steelhead. This is a projec t of the Trinit y River Restora-tion Program. Lewiston club’s rimfire shoot runs. The Gonzalez broth-ers tied for ...

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

by CAMMIE WOLLNER The Wolves’ Kenny Nugent at bat. NETWOR^ Celebrating 50 years of service Lewiston Elementary School 1958-2008 by BILL BROSCHAT Hayfork’s Ricardo Hernandez competes in the varsity triple jump. Nick Gonzalez, who took 2nd. in the Varsity High Jump with a height of 5’ 6”, 2nd. in the Varsity Long Jump whith a distance of 19’ 1”, and 1st. in the Varsity Triple Jump with a distance of 37’ 7”. with a distance of 106’ 9”. with a distance of 34’ 3”, and 3rd. in the Varsity discus Brian Vaughn, who took 5th. in the Varsity Shotput withadistanceof34’3”,and with a time of 4: 44.76, and 1st. in the Varsity 3200 meter with a time of 10: 29.63. the Varsity1600 meter High School participated: Cory Warren, who took 7th. in the Varsity 100 meter with a time of 12.53, and 7th. in the Varsity 400 meter with a time of 57.15. Scott Minor, who took 1st. The meet consisted of fifteen small schools from around the north state. The following athletes from Hayfork League / Mid Valley League...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

He said he fears the state will resume payments come September without making up the difference “and then we’ll be three months out. Regarding potential impacts from proposed state budget actions that include withholding payments to counties for various programs for a few months, Auditor David Nelson said he is working on cash flow plans to survive that, but if the delay in payments were to continue for very long it would become a budget problem. He said he will bring a proposed plan for the board of supervisors to consider at its June 3 meeting“ to set the ground rules on how road maintenance should look with minimum staffing in certain areas. Even if we get the four-year plan, we want to set an initial baseline of policies and guidelines to deal with.” strophic. Under a proposal to phase the payments out over the next four years, he said Trinity County’s road department“ looks real good with a plan for attrition of 51 road maintenance workers down to 24 by 2013, but if we don’t ge...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

9 ' Zfito Kit i^rgcf mm 5 Photos by PHIL NELSON “Pool Party” was the theme of this year’s popular Bi g Splash fund raiser. Pool suppor ters raised money b y dressin g up in funn y costumes and taking the plunge. Shown here are Scott La Fein as a psyc hotic psyc holo- gist, Boston Jones as a par k ranger on vacation, and Marjorie Keys as a parro t. This year ’s Bi g S plash raised about $ 1,600. The funds will be used to hel p rebuild the communi- ty swimming poo l as par t of the Lowden Aquatic Park Project. Saturday was the Children’s Festival in Lowden Park. En joying the fun are ( left to p) Emmaunel Kin g, 10, of Lewiston and Yodi La Fein, 7, of Douglas City. 2-year-o ld Madison McNeel y of Weaverville bounces throu gh the tunnel. Al yssa Fisher, 6, of Weaverville tries the tractor pull. Above, Zach Ward, 2 1/ 2, of Weaverville tries his hand at coconut bowlin g. Incentives will be offered to participants in the readin g program and I’m delighted to report that the library will ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

The Weaverville Commu-nity A Jazz Band concert is scheduled for Ma y 16th at 7 p. m. at the Trinit y Al ps Per-forming Arts Center. Bands to play on Frida y and Sam Shortt. Quaid, Gabe Dale-Allen, Bradlee Plotzke, Andrew Berry, Daniel Hill, Josh McAllister, Michael Jones, Jack Contos, Tiede-man, Ashley Smith, Adrienne Black, Elena Tiedeman, Kai-la Smith, and Sarah Quaid. Second row--Willy Bishop, Kyle Lehfeldt, AlvinFontamillas, Matthew McAllister, Michael The Weaverville Elementary School Jazz Band at the Reno Jazz Festival on April 25. Jazz band members are: First row--Ashle y Price, Leslie Mounivon g, Emil y Tiede-man, Warshi p ensign honored Dave and Martha Hut-chason received a scholar-ship to attend the Northern California Medical Confer-ence. The scholarshi p pai d for their room on Hillto p and breakfast at CR Gibbs. Ra y Jr. and Chester Cham pion Guests raved about both the lovely white cake and its yummy frostin g, prepare d b y Carol yn Wallace. Moun- tain Valle y Elder C...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

Certification: I hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct copy of the original on file in my office. Dero B. Forslund, County Clerk and Recorder. This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Trinity County on May 2, 2008. / s/ Katherine Tralle in this statement is true and correct. May 14, 21 & 28, 2008 Telephone: ( 530) 623-2011 Address: 494 Main St., P. O. Box 307, Weaverville, CA 96093 Attorney for petitioner: Elizabeth W. Johnson, Wilkins Underwood & Johnson. May 14, 2008 The Planning Director will approve or deny the request by May 24, 2008. Should you desire to appeal the Director’s determination, you must do so by June 9, 2008. If you desire to express your concerns or receive additional information, please contact the Trinity County Planning Department, P. O. Box 2819, Weaverville, CA. Phone ( 530) 623-1351. ft. garage prior to construction of main dwelling on property located at 600 Top of the Grade, Douglas City. APN 025-530-20. Applicant...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

events. wedding receptions, graduation parties, bridal showers, community organization meetings, and other special Home for Sale by Owner Great starter, 2 bedroom, 1 bath, newly remodeled in great neighborhood. Large lot, close to downtown with tons of potential. Asking $ 217,500. For more information or to see call 530-356-9511 or 530-623-6869 FD-90 107 Masonic Lane, Weaverville, CA 96093 623-8630 Kudos Flowers • Candy • Balloons • Gifts • Gift Baskets We Deliver 515 Main Street, Weaverville IN WEAVERVILLE 623-4144 623-3144 Fax mation, call Linda Lindsey at 623-5298 or Hilma Harris at 623-5244. The Weaverville Cemetery Association will hold its annual cleanup day prior to Memorial Day on Saturday, May 17, from 9 a. m. until noon. Water will be provided. Meet at the shed. For more infor- Cemetery cleanup in Weaverville Trinity County Superior Court in Weaverville is sponsoring Juror Appreciation Week to recognize Trinity County residents for their contribution to the justice system ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

COMPUTERS PREPARATION RALEIGH TRINITY TAX AND BOOKKEEPING SERVICE JENNIFER STYCZYNSKI, EA HEATHER MacLAREN 241 TRINITY LAKE BLVD. WEAVERVILLE 623-2990 Water Well Drilling ( 530) 623-WELL ( 9355) 25 Years Experience KURT LINGEMANN P. O. Box 419, Junction City, Ca 96048 Ca. Con. Lic. # 609107 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Meeting Wednesday Youth Jr. High 7:00 J Sr. High 7:3 Home Groups/ Bible Studies throughout the week Lead Pastor John Shearer SAND & WEAVERVILLE Church ALPS DRYWALL New Construction Remodels Repairs Travis Michel, owner 530-623-4695 CA lic. # 839288 Saturday Lewiston Sunday 271 Main Street Weaverville Pastor Jack Wilhite, 623-4387 FLOORING Free Estimates in a limited area. Level, Plumb, Square = Thompsonised Additions • Repairs R. D. Thompson Construction General Contractor License # 905916 739-0439 • New Construction • Remodels • David Duckworth P.O. Box 2824, Weaverville, CA 96093 Phone (530)623-5984 duck@snowcrest.net Tom Talbott Electrical/ Construction Lic. #...

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

5-7-2tc Application deadline for these positions: 05/ 16/ 08 Close of business. 1-12-tfcnc years! SPECIAL ORDERS WELCOME! 623-5050 HONDA GENERATOR 2500 with 12v charging system. Less than 100 hours. Like new. $ 500. Bill - 623-3117. 5-14-2tc please contact Burnt Ranch School at ( 530) 629-2543, or send current resume to P. O. Box 39, Burnt Ranch, CA 95527. Application deadline 5/ 28/ 08. EOE. 5-7-3tc 5-14-1tc 1999 TOYOTA TACOMA PRERUNNER EXTRA CAB— V6, A/ T, PW, PD, CC, A/ C. 135,000 miles. Burgundy, excellent. $ 9,000 OBO. 778-3811. 5-14-1tp POOL TABLE, all balls, triangle and cues, $ 175. Propane Monitor, works great, $ 100. Both in Douglas City. 623-4101. 5-7-2tp THE GOLDEN AGE CENTER is accepting applications for MANAGER. Strong accounting and computer skills necessary. Must have knowledge of budgets, Excel and Quickbooks. College degree is preferable. 25 hrs/ wk. Salary to be determined. Applications available at Golden Age Center, 201 Browns Ranch Rd., Call 6232324 for more in...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

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! 390-CUSTOM HOME WITH MANY CUSTOM FEATURESReady to move in. Immaculate and decorated in neutral tones, this home offers privacy and serenity. Three bedrooms, 2 baths, large spa tub, breakfast bar, tall ceilings, custom oak cabinets, built-in bookcases and entertainment cabinetry that could house your largest TV. Oversized double attached garage, beautifully landscaped yards, fenced, garden/ storage shed and patio to watch the sunrises and sunsets. This newer home is in an area of new homes on over an acre. In-town location with water and sewer. Priced at $ 449,000. 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. GREAT STARTER HOME! This clean & c...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 14 May 2008

first of the season over the Miners-ville road. A. Solomon, who has done busi-ness successfully here for four or five years, will sail on the 20th for his home in Prussia. He says he would never go back to Euro pe if it were not for his old mother. H. J. Seaman, one of the found-ers of this paper, has returned from New York with his wife, mother and sister to reside in Weaverville. Mrs. Edward Trask and two children have come from New York to“ enliv-en their father’s home.” A Weaverville man tells of a cer- tain projected wagon road from which, if the traveler should fall, he would roll for three days and nights, and starve to death before reachin g bottom. Saturday, May 8, 1858 PersonalKindness-Wewish Personal Kindness - We wish to thank Messrs. Comstock & Martin for loanin g the means of conveyance to several mining p laces on Monda y. Mr. Comstock went with us, and in half a day’s ride saw only one man with whom he was not acquainted. AWeavervillemantellsofacer- 150 Y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

As road construction projects go, Burkenpas said that is not a lot of money but it will pay for extending bike lanes on both sides of the highway from downtown out to Trinco Road. They will be signed and bike symbols will be painted on the pavement to alert motorists that they are entering a community. tion Improvement Program funds for improvements to be constructed in 2010. “So the goal is to slow them down some before they get here,” he said, noting that $ 158,000 has been earmarked in State Transporta- In a recent report on highway projects proposed in Trinity County, Caltrans District 2 Project Manager Clint Burkenpas said the west Weaverville traffic-calm-ing project is being designed in response to frequent complaints that vehicles“ come cooking off Oregon Mountain all the way into town” before drivers realize they are entering a community and need to slow down. Preliminary plans designed to slow Highway 299 traffic as it enters Weaverville from the west are being developed b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

( AA) Willow Creek, 7 p. m., Senior Resource Center on Hwy. 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. Trinity Garden Club, noon and 1 p. m. meetings, call 6232388 for time and location. Trinity County Fair Association, board of directors, Fairgrounds, 6: 30 p. m. Trinity County Lyme Disease Support Group, 10 a. m. For location and more information call 623-3227. Lewiston Lions Club, 7 a. m., board/ business, Mountain Grill. Planned Parenthood, Weaverville, 9: 45 a. m. to 4 p. m. Hayfork Lions Club, Fairgrounds, 7: 30 p. m. Trinity Family Medical Group, free blood pressure clinic, all day, except noon-2 p. m. THURSDAY, MAY 22 Bingo, Douglas City Fire Station, 7 p. m. by PHIL NELSON Looking for a home This 4-month-old ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

Agency Director Nancy Antoon will be on hand to answer any questions. Contact Hemus at ( 530) 627-3291, or the Forest Service offi ce closest to where you’ll be recreating, to fi nd out the latest river conditions and other safety information. “With a wide selection of professional whitewater outfi tter guides in our area, you are encouraged to use them to enjoy your favorite river safely this year,” said Hemus. Most outfi tter guides operate under permit from National Forests. * Everyone, including adults, should wear a life jacket. watchful eye on kids and always have them wear a life jacket A third request will be made to cover $ 100,000 in technology upgrade expenses already incurred. Secondly, a request to place up to $ 115,000 of past Mental Health Services Act Money in a Prudent Reserve Fund that the Agency has set up with the County Auditor’s Offi ce so that during tougher economic times programs can continue uninterrupted. tional $ 100,000. to be used to expand the Communit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

Feedback... Judge Woodward supported Feral cats need help I believe Judy has that does-this-make-sense, let’s-get-it-done attitude that is so rarely seen in government, but should be the first thing on anyone’s short list of musthave credentials. We have achieved some forward momentum due to the progressive mindset of the current board, coupled with some of the changes that have occurred in the county’s management team over the past few years. I would hate to see us take a step backwards, so I urge the voters of Trinity County to cast a vote for Judy Morris for supervi- ers, and has a very good sense of the diverse economic dynamics that will probably be needed for Trinity County to continue to survive, move forward and be competitive in the 21st century. In other words, she “gets it.” FROM BARBARA BOWERS WEAVERVILLE I would like to take this opportunity to voice my support for Judy Morris for supervisor, District 2. I had the pleasure of first working with Judy six years ago, provi...

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