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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 11 October 2011

Sophia Kammerer is the young infant born with heart problems, and has been awaiting a heart transplant at Stanford Medical Center. Her operation came a lot quicker than most folks had hoped. She was wheeled into surgery at 11 p. m. October 4 and at 7 a. m., after eight hours of surgery, she had a new heart. “My little baby Sophia Heloise Kammerer was born on June 7. She was the most beautiful happy newborn I have ever seen.“ Her birth from start to finish was about 45 minutes and the hospital stay was one of the greatest 24 hrs of my life. Mother Natalie told Sophia’s story on Caring Bridge. org. She has responded well, her heart is beating fine and the family says she recognized her mom, Natalie, last Thursday night. The donated heart was flown in from out of state and Sophia was selected because she was the healthiest on the list. “From the moment she was born I felt that she was everything good in life. By her third day she was all smiles and by the fifth she would wake up talkin...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 11 October 2011

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: Founded: October 8, 1977 Periodical postage paid at Fall River Mills, CA 96028, U.S.P.S. #507630 • POSTAGE • Adjudicated as a legal newspaper for the county of Shasta, November 8,1982 by Superior Court Decree #74779 3. Mrs. Briggs attacks Mountain Echo for not bringing out the posi- to what a couple of the board members think I sure didn’t see any“ olive branch being offered at any point.” went on and how it was conducted. Contrary in all, however I’ve sat through a lot of public hearings and unfriendly public meetings and this is the only one that was so abusive as to leave me embarrassed by what Michelson could have picked a better time for the presentation. All was no reason for her to make any presentation because the board had no interest in listening to what she had to say. I will grant...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 11 October 2011

Photo by Walt Caldwell Triple Star Students Casen Caudle, Clayton Cummins, Chelsea Davis, Eli Urlie, Deborah Ford. A sixth, ( not pictured) Katie Lakey has moved. proficient or advanced on both ELA and math, and earned a gold super star t-shirt. Shining Stars achieved proficient or advanced in three academic areas, and earned the gold super star t-shirt with three stars on the sleeve. There were only two grade levels that could achieve this. They tested in an academic area along with ELA and math: fourth grade tests in writing, and fifth grade in science. Five students earned Triple As and are Shining Stars: 4th grader Deborah Ford, Fifth graders Eli Urlie, Chayton Lauffer, Casen Caudle, and Chelsea Davis. Visit us on the web at mountainecho.com And working in real estate again! Calif. License 1378929 He’s working at Coldwell Banker Intermountain Realty with Allison Cassity Bus 335-3588 • Cel 722-7791 Home 336-5816 e-mail: rnotlogging@ psmail. net Photo by Walt Caldwell Domestic Vio...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 11 October 2011

e-mail: mo) it.-, a fiilink.ru i Need work done on your trees? Hawkins Timber Falling will do it! Last week the“ arrive alive” tour was at Burney High School. There was a driving simulator which showed what can happen if you drink and drive, or text message and drive. Most, if not all, students: hit pedestrians, were involved in a collision, or failed to stop at a stop light or stop sign. Many were also“ cited” for swerving, speeding, and even driving on the incorrect side of the road. We hope this will make students think twice about drinking and driving, or distracted driving. This week everyone is getting ready for the fall and winter months. They’ve brought out their pants, jackets, and scarves and put away their shorts and summer dresses! Paige Pfadt Burney High School Correspondent Junior high girls’ basketball practice began Monday from 5: 30 to 7: 30. This week’s motivational quote is “Make friendship a fine art” which is by John Wooden. This quote places an importance on fr...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 11 October 2011

Oct 26: 10 am ■ 7 pm, Redding Convention Center Other flu vaccine clinics: Oct. 25: Warn-noon, John Beaudet Senior Center, ShoitaLote Nov, 2: 10 am -noon Sftas to Senior Nutrition Program, Redding Mo v, 1 7: 4-7pm, ML Shasta Matt (JC Penney court}, Redding Forest and Watershed Group has discussed the potential for a Burney area Fire Safe Council, and requested that the Fall River RCD host a meeting with partners in Burney to determine if community members were interested. Following the community meeting, the Fall River RCD will hold their monthly Burney-Hat Community The Creek Fire Safe Councils promote fire safety in communities where fire poses risk to property and people. As volunteer organizations, community members help develop education and advance projects that benefit the local area. Many people in the Burney area feel improved fire safety is important. This came from discussions and interviews with local residents by Fall River Resource Conservation District ( RCD) and the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 11 October 2011

Moraine Associates Insujance Services lull viiBl Ntoekeil topfl (530)3J6-73J4 fax isieim-im «l?JM.i:nSii«i. SudrD Fall bwf Mills CAMlia mfoiinioraincjHixialieiiiim wwW«™liirJUwd»l»je«m CA insurance license HDE44224 R KNIGHT TFt*«iiPORT*TlOrt Bob JeJiri for more iiforfliatioii. call today. EL!Cn! Adopt a room is bringing smiles to residents adopted the first Long Term Care room at Mayers The Fletcher’s Photos courtesy Mayers Memorial Hospital Long Term Care ( Above) Ken and Marty Fletcher of Dana cut the ribbon on the room they adopted. ( Below) The finished suite. "lfr9iPh'.u>iiv utc" lAinfltf [iqijpi i L j Lfehiurtm Inilt**:fC a-runy ran rxrwid>d±< l i ft* Cm NPWffU Ow I* Arthfm lu Lmu.ri.tH Di*m¥bDwtfLtt4iu hupr-dM kHH [-TrtvMii DoutoiUHM <r ■JrfTMfci n * inyiipiHlYjl—Trw t*jr trtm-ug-w trrl tTf-tn an nt/iinwl irti iJ tf» Lrrtii ( Right) The Wolter’s of Adin, residents in Mayers Long Term care for six months are delighted with their new ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 11 October 2011

Bulldogs come from behind to down Raiders vs. Weed Friday night at home Next games FALL RIVER Friday night at home vs. Chester BURNEY Photo by Ron Mosher HEADING FOR GOAL LINE... Fall River’s Michael Peters has open running room on way to TD in Friday night’s Bulldog win over hosting Burney in SCL conference play. It didn’t take long for Fall River to light up their side of the scoreboard, as Michael Peters scored his first of three TD’s on the night less than a minute into the second period on a 7yard scamper. The PAT failed, but Fall River was within one at 6-7. SE E / B-3 left in the opening period, Burney was on top, 7-zip. Big Valley Cards upend Hayfork also capitalized on Bulldog errors, including recovering a Fall River fumble early in the game on their own 45 to set up the games first TD. A 38-yard pass and run to Colton Ferguson put the ball on the Fall River 9-yard line and a first-and-goal situation for the hosts. With a 4th-and-goal from the one situation, It didn’t. BUR...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 11 October 2011

Rdg. Christian Mercy LAST GAME RESULTS Big Valley 40, Hayfork 26 Liberty 70, R. Christ. 26 Butte V. 27, Dunsmuir 26 H. Camp 28, Mercy 6 THIS WEEK’S GAMES Butte Val at Hayfork H. Camp at R. Christian Saturday, October 15 Dunsmuir at Mercy Friday, October 14 Liberty at Big Valley, 7pm 4-2-1 9-2-1 s-tvo 1-3-1 24-3 0-5-2 FALL RIVER ML Shasta T [;; ModocWeed = :■■! 4-1-1 4-1-1 M-0 1-2-1 1-3-2 04-1 LGE tVA W-L-T NoNotes PiPics frfrom AlAlumni GaGame... Fall River fumbled on their first possession, only to intercept a Burney pass moments later. The butterfly’s continued, however, as a Fall River pass was intercepted. Don’t worry, things continued in the takeover game, as two players later The early moments of the Gridiron Alumni football game here Sunday evening looked a bit ragged. However, once the butterfly’s departed the two rival teams got down to business and gave fans a great game. McARTHUR - It was a walk down memory lane for graduates of Burney and Fall River high schools, as form...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 11 October 2011

remain in a tie with the Bears for the conference lead - both at 4-1-1. The Bulldogs opened the week with a 5-2 loss to Mt. Shasta on the road. Pedro Aceves and Luis Alvarez scored the ETNA - The Fall River Bulldogs co-ed soccer team split with their SCL foes this past week, but coupled with a Mt. Shasta loss to Weed - FR soccer splits for the week, but Fall River will get a second shot at the Bears in McArthur later this month. On Thursday, Fall River met the Lions here, and came away with a 6-1 win. two lone goals for FR. “The Bears are always a good team,” noted coach Geri Handa, “and this year’s no exception.” remains in tie for first place in SCL Pedro Aceves notched the first, second third and sixth score, while Luis Alvarez scored the fourth and fifth. “We got a chance to play everyone and move people around,” stated Handa. Fall River is at home to host Modoc Tuesday ( today) then hosts Weed on Thursday, both at 5. FALL RIVER vs ETNA - The Lady Bulldogs volleyball squad lost ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 11 October 2011

ADVERTISE YOUR AUCTION in 240 California newspapers for one low cost of $ 550. Your 25 word classified ad reaches over 6 million+ Californians. Free brochure call Elizabeth ( 916) 288-6019. ( Cal-SCAN) The County of Shasta, through its Health and Human Services Agency (" County"), is seeking qualified public or private sector individuals, agencies or businesses interested in providing a Community Intervention Pre-Crisis Team ( CIPT) that is available 24/ 7, countywide, with a tiered response designed to help persons with mental illness and/ or their families before a destabilizing situation escalates into a crisis and provide services which help maintain support systems to reduce the possibility of a future crisis. The CIPT pilot project will be evaluated for the duration of the project to determine if a CIPT reduces the rates of emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and incarcerations for those with serious mental illness. This program is an approved expenditure in Shasta County...

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

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 11 October 2011

RHYME TIME by Calvin R. & Jackie Mathew AT CHECK OUT OUR ON-LINE CROSSWORD 50 52 54 Majestic; grand Head support Listen Solemn vow Made a list Sit-up targets MacGraw Thailand, once Metal lastener Sanctions Role on "Alice' Climate Bits Pu//icFluctuated Sea duck Nav. rank Fuel Classic Fords Ending for buck Asian nalion Prefix with phobia 168-hr. periods Mental measures: abbr. Get rid of Critter enclosure College maj. 10,000's sq. root ■ Maria" Place for wine Bill spewer, lor short Aftershave name Enthusiaslic reply, in Oaxaca 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 'Enairie Repairs 'Oil Charmes 'Air Conditio riirifl 43402 Hwy ' Fall River Mills Construction Garage Hiway Garage 24- Hour Towing Engine 1 Transmission 1 Brakes 336-5532 44275 Hwy 299E' McArthur 90 92 93 100 102 105 108 12...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 18 October 2011

Ralph Boggs, Martha Fletcher and Mike Pasternak all applied for the seat. Hathaway, along with BURNEY – Abe Hathaway of Burney was given the Oath of Office and sworn in as a trustee for the Mayers Memorial Hospital District at a special meeting last week. The vacancy was left after the retirement of Gail McClung who had served on the board for over 20 years. Mountain Echo reporter Photo by Ron Mosher The fall colors have started to arrive in what may prove to be a spectacular season Jose Mendiola-Gomez Sophia is doing well Walt Caldwell Mountain Echo editor Total income $48,539 Mariano Aparicio-Reyes Three illegals arrested Mariano Chavez-Aparcio Natalie said Sunday in her blog that she may SEE SOPHIA, A-2 Natalie has been able to hold her, dress her and is learning how to give her medications and care for her. the emotional and physical drain on the parents, she has continued to improve and late last week, she was moved“ upstairs.” M O N T G O M E R Y CREEK - Deputies with the Shas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 18 October 2011

To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men.” ham Lincoln Walt Caldwell . Editorial (530)336-6262 or (800)327-6471 The Award Winning Mountain Echo 43152 Hwy 299E P.O. Box 224 Fall River Mills, CA 96028-0224 Phone/Fax E-Mail mtecho@shasta.com LETTERS POLICY • Thank you letters can not be more than 50 words 01 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 s column inch. It is our policy to print letters sent to us for publication. We consider political endorsements and or support or attacks on any candidate or political party during an election campaign cycle to be paid advertisements and will request payment in full prior to running them as display ads. • Letters to the editor: • We do not guarantee that they will be printed the same week as received. •All l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 18 October 2011

Open Monday through Friday 8am - 5pm 43428 Hwy 299E Fall River Mills « 530-336-5549 Generators \mtf 4$ ™ w Next to the Airport in Fall River Mills Compod Utility Tractors PR* Now you shouldn’t let that define South Africa. Cape Town is unlike anything else in Africa. With white sandy beaches and an amazing waterfront, the city is very much like a smaller and cleaner San Francisco. idea. We walked past a burnt out parking garage filled with homeless people with trash and rats everywhere, and a smell that would make anyone gag. Before we could even get past, an unknown substance came flying down out of a bucket and onto us. The people in the parking garage had drenched us with some unknown liquid. I laugh as I write this but at the time I had never felt more helpless or defeated. Wanting to throw up and with no other sensible options, we got out of the area as quick as possible. We have no idea what the liquid was but all we could do is laugh because we were still alive. Checked out o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 18 October 2011

Soroptimist award applications available Jail River Real Estate The world is 70% water, we tahe care of the land P V Sola Power ;st£ii & installation isidentiat, rommerci itl agriculture projec free consultations. AVE MOVE CL #964596 -ne: 53(1-336-6397 [■ 530-949-6197 Vitamins * Supplements Homeopathic Remedies 335-3717 Monday thru Saturday lftta5ig/iisoirf...WreOPEN HeartristoneHeaHhFood5@gmail.com 37122 Main St. * Burney Hearthstone Health Foods style her newly combined families. Janis says she has been exceptionally fortunate that Peggy Dye has joined her. Together they are scheduling classes on nutrition and cooking. The store offers Hat Creek Grown Beef, Fall River Wild Rice, Fresh local brown eggs, Tolley Honey. They also have Herb Blossom Express seasoning blends from Platina, Garden of Life Vitamins, a large selection of homeopathic and probiotics. All at Hearthstone Health Foods, across from US Bank in Burney. Janis, who has had health food stores in the Bay Are...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 18 October 2011

',' I 1 . : 1 Two FRJHS students came close to losing their lives on lunch break last Wednesday. The driver was going too fast on the gravel A small group of junior high school boys from Fall River Junior High School went to the Rat Farm area for lunch last Wednesday. One of them drove his mom’s car. The driver didn’t think to pull the key when he got out. Everything was fine until a couple of the passengers decided to pull a prank on the boy that had been driving and decided to go for a joy ride, The driver chased after the car and its occupants on foot but couldn’t catch it. The owner of the car who had lost some of her classmates in auto accidents when she was going to Fall River High School said the car is totalled, but she is relieved that it wasn’t worse. She feels that had the car flipped over and come to road, he had the classical problem that gets so many drivers into deep trouble. The car left the edge of the road. He over corrected and that was all it took. The car went d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 18 October 2011

“Okay Coach, What’s the game plan - Who do ya want me to bite?” For information see A-5 and Sports Section Friends and family are invited to attend a memorial service for Jean on Saturday, October 22, 2011, at Redding, CA, in the afternoon. If you would like particulars regarding time and place, please contact Jim Eilts, at ( 530) 336-6154. Jean will be remembered by her devoted children, Jim Eilts, Barbara Snethen, Linda Bowers, Jon Eilts and Glen Eilts. She is also survived by 16 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren who love her very much. They will always remember what a kind, caring person she was whether it was for a stray animal or a grandchild that had just fallen down. She gave freely of her love, time and energy for all those who knew her as“ Mom, Jean, Jeanie, Grandma, or Aunt Jeanie”. Al and Jean Eilts were married for 60 years until Al passed away in 2002. Jean also had an older brother, Harold Kuehl, who preceded her in death when he was 55 years old. Jean E. Eilts ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 18 October 2011

See page B-3 Raiders down Weed in shortened footbrawl Cougar players ejected as Raiders rack up win big win Patriots Photo by Ron Mosher HOT PURSUIT... Big Valley freshman James Davidson grabs Liberty runner, while teammates Marco Escareno (# 74) and Collin Owens (# 54) come to his aid in Friday night’s win for the Cardinals. Cards keep pace with over Liberty Christian BURNEY - The Weed Cougars came to town looking for their first win of the season Friday. Instead, they left early with the loss of two players and a shortened game after losing to host Burney, 44-0 in a footbrawl. With Burney leading 27-0 in the first period, the frustration of a winless season got to a pair of Cougars who started pummeling Duane White after a J. J. Villarruel TD, and got ejected by the officials for their lack of coolness under pressure. With the Raiders up 44-0 less than two minutes into the third quarter, the Cougars caused yet another melee, and the officials had seen enough bad sportsmanship and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 18 October 2011

Fall River 4, Weed 1 Fall River 4, Modoc 1 Mt. Shasta 4, Modoc 0 Mt. Shasta 3, Trinity 1 Weed 5, Etna 1 LGE W-L CHURCH DIRECTORY Intermountain Area LGE V.'l ' LGE O'A W-L W-L Dunsmuir Happy Camp Liberty Hayfork Butte Valley BIG VALLEY Rdg. Christian Mercy LAST GAME RESULTS “Our defense kept us in this one,” summed up Ryan Doers finished with a touchdown, carrying the ball twice for 10 yards, and Tanner Gallion carried four times for six yards. Gallion was 1-for-2 in passing, completing a 26-yarder to Jonny Westlund. 15 carries. Brennan Gilligan gobbled up 130 yards on 23 totes scoring two touchdowns and a pair of 2-point conver- sions. Photo by Ron Mosher SLIPPING PAST... Fall River’s Jake Moore eludes Chester defender in Friday nights non-conference game in McArthur. well.” Fall River hosts Etna Friday night in FR’s Homecoming game. as a team,” the coach said,“ the kids played down situations. “We finally played a complete game together line.” He went on to note that the defense ha...

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