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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

COMMON SENSE TEAM PLAYER DEDICATED TO COMMUNITY SERVICE We are still looking for folks to donate some homemade goodies for our Save the Mule Bridge bake sale. Get in touch with Terri ( 6289535) and help us make a good healthy donation to the fund. Don’t make her have to call you! ampom Bar and Grill is featuring live music this weekend. Yank Hawlin ( also known as Warren) and Friends will play on Saturday, May 24, from 9 p. m. to 1 a. m. for listening and dancing pleasure. Go out and have some fun! NAIL IT WITH HAMMERFOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR Questions? Call 623 5418 County Supervisor District 2 Paid for by Committee to Elect David Hammer is now open, so a little trip to the top just had to be made. Not only is it a lot cooler up there, there is much beauty to behold. On the ground, the squaw carpet and wild strawberries make a magnifi cent ground cover for the fl owering dogwood trees and the wild lilacs. Keep the windows down - the smell is out- Our intrepid back-road traveler has bee...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

At right, third-grader Wyatt Garbaldi competes in a race. At far right, seventh-grader Savannah Cooke of Junction City in the long jump. Peddler’s Fair June 7 Photos by PHIL NELSON Due to limited seating, preregistration is required. To preregister, or for more information, contact the SBDC offi ce at ( 530) 225-2770. Contracting workshop The Shasta College Small Business Development Center ( SBDC) will hold a free two-day workshop in Redding where participants will learn about the California Construction Contracting Program - Module 4: Business Management, Plans and Marketing Module. The workshop is Wednesday and Thursday, June 4 and 5, in the University Health Science Center, 1400 Market Street, Room 8220. Business & Marketing Plans will be presented June 4 from 9 a. m. to noon. Proposal Development & Administration will be June 4, from 1 to 4 p. m. and covers Managing Cash Flow and Cash Flow Projections. Business Management will be June 5 from 9 a. m. to n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

C7A Jennifer Rogers Fernandez hall of fame in school’s Hayfork grad The Lady Timberjacks are to be commended for an excellent year in sports, winning league championships in volleyball, basketball and softball. And with everyone returning, next year should be an outstanding one for the Timberjacks. from scoring. The Timberjacks equaled Maxwell’s hit total with five singles. Yeske, the Curry sisters, Lyndsey Ferguson and Sidney Russell all reached base on hits for the Timberjacks, but suspect base running kept them Jamie Curry, to her credit, pitched well enough to win, striking out 12 batters and allowing just five hits, but she was victimized by five Hayfork errors. Maxwell scored two more runs in the fourth after the first two batters reached base on Timberjack errors and scored on a Panther two-base hit. Maxwell followed with the sixth and final run in the fifth inning on its way to the 6-0 victory. The game remained scoreless until the third inning when a Timberjacks’ error allo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

Driver Another passenger, 27-year-old Zackary Diamond of Rio Dell, had moderate inju- Four passengers died: Stevie Shroyer, 19, of Garberville; Stephanie Hubbard, 20, of Scotia; Nathan Titus, 21, of Ferndale; and Jessica Toste, 23, of Ferndale. ( Continued from page 1) shore of Ruth Lake when he lost control of the car on a curve and it went off the road and down a steep embankment. It struck several large trees and went into the lake. Heryford also brought up Baker’s conviction a few years earlier for driving under the influence of alcohol in Humboldt County, and noted that a requirements of Baker’s probation was that he attend a Mothers Against Drunk Driving victim-impact panel. Heryford told the judge that Baker also tested positive for marijuana, but Sanders indicated that he will contest that finding. There was no testimony at the preliminary hearing to indicate at what point Baker drank enough alcohol to get his blood alcohol level to .17 percent, but the defense and prosecuti...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

h For more information or to reserve a pool rental for a party, call the pool at 623-3640. During the summer, open swim hours will be 1 to 4 p. m., Monday through Saturday. swim lessons this summer. A parent-and-tot Water Safety Course, group lessons ( Levels 1– 6), and private lessons are also offered. There are morning or evening sessions. Adult lap swim and Aquacise will be available from 12: 05 to 12: 55 p. m. and 5: 05 to 5: 55 p. m., Monday through Friday. The summer season officially starts Monday, June 9. For those interested in swim lessons, drop by the pool to sign up. Thanks to Trinity County First 5, children age 5 and under ( pre-K), are eligible for one free session of The pool will be open for Memorial Day weekend, Saturday, May 24, and Sunday, May 25, from 1 to 4 p. m. Admission is $ 4 per person and free to children up to age 5 ( pre-kindergarten) when a parent pays to attend. Saturday, May 31, from 8: 30 to 10: 30 a. m. Starting this week, anyone who is interested ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

FREE PHONE MUST BE OF EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE. Unlimited Mobile-to-Mobile Calling Free Incoming Calls Free Night and Weekend Minutes starting at 7 p.m. After $100 Visa Debit Card and S24.95 BlackBerry ' E-mail and Web 4MB service and 339.95 voice plan. No roaming charges U.S. Cellular is wireless where matter most." Discover the difference: Put our network, products and customer service to the test for 30 days • Change your calling plan at any time during your service agreement without signing a new contract • Renew your contract and take advantage of new phone pricing before your current contract ends Trinity PC, Sound & electronics 530-623-2004 Monday-Friday 10-5: 30; Sat. 9-noon • 1131 Main St. Creekside Plaza, Weaverville CA Things we want you to know: Offer valid willi a Iwo-year service agreement on consumer price plans S39.95 and higher. All service agreements subject to early Lerminalion fee. Credit approval required. $30 activation foe. $15 equipment change fee. R...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

A Senior’s View By BARBARA TALVOLA ( 530) 623-2984 Fax 623-4428 SERVING TRINITY COUNTY FOR 22 YEARS NEW HOMES • ADDITIONS • GARAGES JOE TAYLOR LIC. # 522076 530-623-2283 ■' ■. l| 1 : 1 ■ ~ serve the slow creep of Scotch broom along the roadways of the county. Humans are helping it spread to new sites on vehicles and heavy equipment. The shrub is toxic to livestock and deer, makes reforestation difficult by out competing tree seedlings and it can, if uncontrolled, create Residents can help reduce the impact of Scotch broom by removing small infestations, which will help limit its spread. Spring is the time to pull or dig up Scotch broom before the plant can produce seeds. Small plants can be hand pulled most easily when the soil is moist or plants can be mowed in the dry season. Larger plants need to be removed so that the majority of the root system is not left in the ground. a fire hazard. The Resource Conservation District on Horseshoe Lane in Weaverville has a specialized tool fo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

No, you weren’t seeing things when you saw the stretch limousine in Hayfork. Many had to take a second look to make sure they weren’t dreaming! It was here for prom night at Hayfork High School. Those riding in the limousine enjoyed pizza at Round Table in Weaverville. ed in the third phase. They traveled to Barker Valley to the home of James and Penny Higgins and Cheri Busby. Soup was served under the trees in their lovely garden. The group traveled to Summit Creek for the main course. Kat Andrews had prepared chicken breasts, potatoes, watermelon, rolls and ice tea, all enjoyed on her lovely deck. The group traveled back to town to Shirley Armstead’s for strawberry shortcake, a delicious treat. If any of the participants went home hungry, it was their own fault. Pastor Jim and Diane Everest saw where some of the congregation lives. No one did the hula, but ask Ernie Hall about the prize he won at Kat’s home. A memorial service and time of sharing memories in honor of Bette Benesh ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

HELP WANTED HOUSEBOAT WITH PERMIT— Trinity Lake. inboard/ outboard 4 cylinder engine OMC outdrive. Galley with oak cabinets. Head with shower. Approx. 50x14.5 ft. Solar panel. $ 50,000 OBO. 209-571-9506. 5-21-1tp FARM & GARDEN THE IRIS PATCH is now blooming! Open Weds., Fri. & Sat., 8-3: 30. 3400 Forest Lane off Eastside Rd., Etna. 530-598-6505. www. irispatch. com 5-21-2tp 9-19-tfc MISC FOR SALE IMPERIAL PROPANE HEATER with thermostat— Better than a Monitor - works when electricity goes out. $ 2,000. 778-0502. 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. LOST & FOUND LOST SMALL FEMALE BLOND BRITNEY TERRIER Sunday, May 18, on Barker Valley Rd. in Hayfork. Please call 628-4740. 5-21-2tc --------------------------------------------- loved one? Let Mountain Care Home for Seniors be the answer. We provide nutritious meals, medication assista...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

3 plus 2.5 Home on Country Lane home, roof recently replaced. 20x24 shop , handicapped accessible home, community water plus well.$ 489,900 A3436 Tri County Homes & Land 623.2033 • Toll Free 877.874.7084 3 Story Home on 4 Acres, w/ 1+ 1 guest quarters, exceptional interior, Detached 2 car garage.$ 799,000 A34078 http:// www. MyTrinityHome. com or www. MyTrinityRealtor. com or www. tc-property for easy ALL County search Nearly 10 Flat Acres in Hyampom good well in area , great views LAND 10 Acres on Ridgeville, just short distance to Trinity Lake, National Forest & Trinity Alps Wilderness at your back door $ 249,000 D3340 Log Home on 5 Acres3bdr. 2bath Pella windows through out, oversized 2car garage / shop. Solar/ generator w/ propane appli299,000 J3412 Saturday May 24th 10 am – 1 pm the HISTORIC YCATAPOM INN 71 Mary Avenue CHARMING 2+ 2 1,476 sq ft 46 Scott Road 2+ 2 COTTAGE - MOVE-IN READY 311 Cedar Road 2+ 1 w/ GUEST STUDIO on .48 ACRE 436 Maude Avenue Hop...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 21 May 2008

25 YEARS AGO Miss Doroth y Sue, the dau ghter of Mrs. Sue Hee of Bakersfield and Moon Lee, the son of Sam Lee of Weaverville, were married at First Congregational Church, Bakers-field, on Sunday afternoon May 14. The service was read by Rev. A. S. Donat, pastor. Miss Annie Sue, sis- ter of the bride was Matron of Hon-or. Philli p Chow was Best Man. The Misses Mar y Sue, Jessie Lee, Mabel Lum and Mar y Ng were chosen as bridesmaids. The Ushers were Sam Lum, Willie Chow, Gu y Min g and Albert Lee; the Flow-er Girls were Bessie Sue and Ber-nice Ng. The Bride wore a white wedding gown with white tulle veil and her attendants wore gowns of pastel organdie. A tiny Ring Bear-er dressed in velvet and satin com- pleted the party. Saturday, May 20, 1933 Miss Dorothy Sue,thedau 75 YEARS AGO From every section of our coun- ty come the glad tidings that min-ers are all busy with plenty of water and that an average season’s sluic-ing may yet be accomplished. Rain for the week 1.19 and a total of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

KM m m By AMY GITTELSOHN There is hope that millions of dollars in federal funding for Trinity County schools and roads will be extended one more year in a down-to-the-wire effort to include the money in an emergency supplemental bill to fund the Iraq war. On Thursday last week, the U. S. Senate approved the Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Bill, which included a $ 400 million appropriation for a one-year extension of the Secure Rural Schools and Communities Act. For Trinity County, the funding has provided $ 7.6 million annually to be split Up to one hour before the Senate vote last week, inclusion of the funding for ( Back page, this section) For Trinity County, the funding makes up about 60 percent of the roads budget, and it is used as matching funds to apply for other grants. between schools and roads. That act aided schools and road departments in counties that were hit hard by reduced timber harvest on federal lands and the loss of a share they received of those timber h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

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. THURSDAY, MAY 29 Bingo, Douglas City Fire Station, 7 p. m. by PHIL NELSON Sheriff’s Report Looking for a home Duke is a 3-year-old, neutered chow/ rottweiler cross available for adoption at the the Trinity County Animal Shelter. Call Animal Control Officer Christine Edwards at 623-1370. Normal hours for the shelter at the end of Mountain View Street are Monday through Friday from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. The shelter has a webpage, www. geocities. com/ trctyanshelter. Weather and Lake Report For the week ending May 26, 2008 High Low 97 56 ( AA) Weaverville, Friday Night Specials, 7 p. m., TPUD Building. ( AA) Lewiston, 7 p. m., CCC Group, Community Center on Texas Ave. ( AA) Hayfork, 7 p. m., Big Book Study on Tule Creek Road and Highway 3. Call Eddie at 628-4285. ( NA) Weaverville, noon, Just for Today, Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Rd. Trinit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

I ■ ■ I* spy Jenni Brookins 3BK >i t A • Houeshold Chores • Social Visits • Daily Check-Ins • Help with Daily Tasks • Morning Wake-Up Visits • Respite • Shopping • Personal Needs Special needs can be met If you live out of the area we can check in with your family member on a regular basis www. humanresponsenetwork. org “It’s Your Community... It’s Your Business” COUNTY SUPERVISOR DISTRICT 2 EXPERIENCED IN COUNTY GOVERNMENT DOCTORATE DEGREE IN LAW BACHELOR DEGREE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEDICATED TO COMMUNITY SERVICE COMMON SENSE TEAM PLAYER FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY NAVY VETERAN Dr. Nickerson and his staff 623-5757 are pleased to announce Trinity Animal Hospital has moved to it’s new location: 31 Ponderosa Lane in Weaverville ( across from TPUD) £0 . -_. Ike * n*£ Lewiston woman named ‘ Outstanding Volunteer’ by PHIL NELSON Members of the VFW and Marine Corps League present arms during the Memorial Day ceremony at the Weaverville Cemetery on Monday. Father Keith Canterbur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

If, HOLpoN— I'lKGETTINB A TEXT,.. \ The TRINITY JOURNAL May 28, 2008 Page 4 Feedback... mions Electric bill disturbing 'SB And lo and behold it started raining and we even have more snow on the mountain. I would seek electric service elsewhere if there is anything available. I just received my electric bill from Trinity Public Utilities District with the new drought surcharge on it. It was $ 14.11, and with the deregulation surcharge of $ 14.54 I am paying $ 28.65, for what?! I thought they were supposed to get money from the State of California to offset this, so we would not have to pay these awful price hikes. FROM LONNIE HEFFINGTON WEAVERVILLE the lake I have known Eric Heryford for approximately 30 years. In this time, I have known Eric to be compassionate, fair and principle driven. I don’t ask that you take my word for it, but go to the courthouse and talk to those who work with both candidates. Sit in on court hearings and talk to those who have appeared before both. As for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

J 1 Photos by PHIL NELSON Junction City School’s annual Kindergarten Track Meet was held recently. Above, Anna La Fein of Douglas City navigates the trike course. At right, Shawn Williamson of Weaverville Elementary sees how far he can throw a softball. Have you seen a photo by Phil Nelson in the paper and would like a copy? You can order reprints by calling 623-5383 or stop at The Trinity Journal Office, 500 Main Street to place an order. June 3, 2008 The TRINITY JOURNAL Meet the new Feed Store owners by HOMER YATES Scott Tipps, Jessica Ford, Sue Ford and Tim Ford are the new owners of the Hayfork Feed Store. Hayfork Valley News By MAYME PATTON ( 530) 628-5175 As for the human need to be fed, Morgan Rourke and his Future Farmers grilled hamburgers as one of their fund-raising efforts at the Grand Opening. The current and future customers of the Feed Store included Kalin Owens and Sidney Russell representing the junior class, sophomores Madison Belongia, Michelle Bayley and David Va...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

10: 00 a. m. 6: 30 p. m. 10: 00 a. m. 7: 00 p. m. Junction City School Gym TBA TBA Lewiston Elem. School Cleaning up your property? The Douglas City Garage can help if you have Sheri Cowan, new owner of D’Milo’s Picture Perfect frame shop, invites you to a grand opening party on May 30 from 4 to 7 p. m. The newly remodeled shop is located in the lower level of the Courthouse Square shopping center. Dr. Tom Nickerson and his staff invite you to their big open house at the new location of Trinity Animal Hospital. Their just-com-pleted space is on Ponderosa Lane across from TPUD. Bring Bowser down to sniff around. There will be treats for you and your pet. See their ad on page 3. Strictly Business The Weaverville Farmers’ Market is open again. Get your fresh veggies and other great things every Wednesday from 4 to 7. See their ad on page10. The Golden Needles is adding new classes in the needle arts. Stop by the store or call for more information. Are there changes in your Trinity Coun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

SERVING TRINITY COUNTY FOR 22 YEARS NEW HOMES • ADDITIONS • GARAGES JOE TAYLOR LIC. # 522076 530-623-2283 Page 7 by PHIL NELSON Super D racing A racer approaches the finish line of the Super Downhill bike race on Weaver Bally Road Sunday. This is part of the Nor-Cal State Championship Series. On Saturday, the“ 12 Hours of Weaverville” mountain bike endurance races were held. Vaughn, Jackson, R. Gonzalez and Yeske all competed in the shot put and discus; Warren ran the sprints; and Moore joined Minor in the 1,600 and 3,200. Hernandez and Harrison competed with N. Gonzalez in the jumping events. Track and field Coach Rafael Koferl was up next.“ Our track team is mostly composed of multi-sport athletes, which can sometimes leave us with only four or five competitors at track meets,” he said. “We have three seniors on the team, Nick Gonzalez, Johnny Castellanos and Brian Vaughn. Gonzalez and Castellanos are both on the baseball team along with sophomores Ben Jackson, Ryan Gonzalez, Rick...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

* Trinity County Friends of the Li- * Ascend Wilderness Experience * Girl Scouts of Northern California * Hayfork Mining District * Nor-Rel-Muk Nation * Southern Trinity 4-H Club * Southern Trinity High School * Trinity County 4-H Council * Trinity County Fair Association * Trinity County Family Child Care Association * Trinity County Friends of the Library His private practice experience includes family, juvenile, probate and civil litigation. Eric understands and appreciates the responsibility a judge has to the citizens and taxpayers of Trinity County and will run the court with well-rounded judicial discretion. Vote for Discretion Vote for Common Sense Eric knows the law and will apply it consistently. He will be conscientious of all aspects of the administration of the court including its use of Trinity County taxpayers’ funds. Vote for Fairness Through prosecuting and defending many cases, Eric knows how to treat both sides fairly, protecting the rights of all parties. Vote Ju...

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