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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 18 October 2011

■ V JM0 • J * - frT**" , ~ The Lady ‘ Dogs started the week with a 25-12, 25-12 and 25-22 sweep of the visiting Braves of Alturas. This past week, Fall River kept pace with Mt. Shasta by sweeping Modoc and Weed. Mt. Shasta is undefeated so far in league play, while Fall River’s lone loss came at the hands of the Bears on the road in Mt. Shasta earlier this month. However, in order to be in position to move into a tie with the Lady Bears of Mt. Shasta, Fall River will need to get past Burney Tuesday ( today). McARTHUR - If all goes according to the script, Fall River will host Mt. Shasta Thursday for the Shasta-Cascade League match-up of the year. Photo by Ron Mosher FOR THE BLOCK... Fall River’s Amanda Lewis goes for the block in win over Weed Thursday. “We’re all looking forward to getting them on our field,” Handa remarked. When Mt. Shasta comes to town Thursday, Fall River will be looking for a little revenge after falling to the Bears in their only loss of the season October 4th...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 18 October 2011

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. LEGAL SERVICES MONTANA RANCHLANDS MUST SELL 20 Acres w/ Utilities Was $ 49,900 — Now $ 19,900 170 Acres - Borders BLM Was $ 299,900 Now $ 89,900 More property under $ 1,000/ acre Close to Roundup, Billings & Lewiston. The best elk and deer country! Call 888-361-3006. ( Cal-SCAN) 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 t...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 18 October 2011

Mountain Retreat ., _ , , _ , Mountain Retreat.. Beautiful ■ home located on 34 acres. I House has been remodeled I and shows pride of ovuneref 3.400 square fl. at f VI living area, wonderful kitchen m J§m K with granite, and custom cabVrf k, j. ■ ■ 1 r ': i r;S I s Awh so me views c I ■HU HI Mount Shasta, Lassen, and "" * Thousand lakes wilderness A duly spectacular home t*DER REAL ESTATE AT THE "Y" " P.O. BOX 304, FALL RIVER MILLS, CA. 94028 530036^131 Email bademalest@sha5ta.c<>ni utM\mm great home with i*t, r - miles of fall river, a twh hone with ■ AiU rccrwtHH> art*« bssftrnrflt. w tffm. 2°4 acres. One of ui* bet mm fiwl ami lista* iKfliflti <rt ihr rmr. Full) 1 iitigaifd will w*lfi figjUstoFiURrwr. BJJSjOWuW DRASTICALLY REDUCED TO, «J»*MJM IWlBuft PTXER4JFf£ft inLittk- Vslk>SALE PXMMG.. .WiilXLM Iffid/LBt.CABIN id Little Vi]|cy„ -SALE FINDING SELDO M) MA*I- COMMEHOAULT. INDfHTTUAL ACRES an luwy J99E *Wi water/sewer, ptmi,...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 18 October 2011

£J Puzzle Features Syndicate ■y Calvin R. & Jackie Mathews 'TIS THE SEASON 1957 Buddy 117. Beteigeuse's constellation 119. Drops from above 121. Refreshment 122. Daisylike flowers 124. Seasonal bee problem? 128. Seasonal row? 129. Aid in wrongdoing 130. Smidgen 131. Name on a running snoe 132 1997 U S Open winner 133. Metal thread 134. lacocca, for one Heathen deily One on ihe run Leeds' sta, actor Sourdough alternative Initials for Mr. Vincent the 26 Down's male Alphabetic quartet Work on the lawn Fisherman's item Do something Sot's ailment, lor short Road sign Tow Countertenor Hard coalings Cooks Refusals Item on a medical chart Word with jet or charged Lowest deck Soldier's addr Presidential nickname Egypt & Syria, once: abbr Tribe member File drawer, perhaps First name in a Beatles' bit 6 i..<: dvtj Holly song Attempt Literary monogram Moon forerunners, for short 'The word 'Peggv Saw DOWN 1. Pupil's cover 2. Lai la in the ring 3. Throat appenda...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 25 October 2011

1 Tribe breaks Pit River Mini ground for Mart r Photo by Walt ( l to r) Juan Venegas, Gwen Wolfin, Dolores Heckton, David Hawkins, Louise Davis and Riles ster. Staffin was the proprietor of the Medicine Man Medical Marijuana dispensary in Burney and is a key figure in a local medical marijuana cooperative. He was charged with the weapons violations and booked into the Shasta County Jail. The narcotic charges were turned over to the District Attorney’s office who will decide if narcotics charges will be filed. Deputies from the Burney Division and Marijuana Eradication Team arrested Christopher Staffin, 48, of McArthur and charged him with being a felon in possession of a firearm and possession of ammunition October 17. Earlier in the day they served a search warrant at a home on Day Road where Staffin had been growing marijuana as part of an existing Medical Marijuana Coop. Firearms and a quantity of ammunition were found at that location. Staffin was not at the location during the ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 25 October 2011

Thanks guys. students, participation in the events such as the Heart and Cancer walks. I’m really privileged to live in the Intermountain Area and be able to brag about the quality of young folks we have. ing and putting on the variety of events, it is the massive student support given the projects such as the drive for food for the food pantry put on by the elementary It isn’t only the organization and work involved in arrang- • We reserve the right to edit for length and potential libel. 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: It is our policy to print letters sent to us for publication. • 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 ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 25 October 2011

-Saturday NightJVeiu York Steak &■ Shrimji Sun - Thurs 6am to 8pm Friday & Saturday 6am to 10pm 37453 Main St. * Burney * 335-4991 Angelina's at the Rex Club Presents u £vil Never pies" Sunday October 30 r \ 2011 The Mijsteru P toner begins at 5bm FFA year starts with a bang Amy Brown, Taylor Corder, Lisa Lommen, Kaycee Jasperse, and Cole Rainwater, received the first place High Team award. party Saturday Day Club hosts Halloween Harvestfest! Monday, October 31st 6pm until 8pm in the Word of Life Assembly Gym. Lots of fun for everyone! Carnival games, facepainting and crafts! Candy, baked goodies, hot cider and cocoa! Free Family Fun! McARTHUR - On Thursday, October 13th, McArthur FFA students competed in the annual Shasta College FFA Field Day. Schools from all over the northern California brought FFA students to compete in over 20 different contests. sisting of Freshmen Amy Brown, Taylor Corder, Lisa Lommen, Kaycee Jasperse, and Cole Rainwater, received the...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 25 October 2011

The world is 70% water, we take care of the land When you think of win-dow USFS to conduct burns win-dow blinds or floors, think Intermountain Floors is located at the corner of Hudson and Christmas Tree Lane in Burney. Their services and products are reasonably priced and they are local. Call 335-3880 for an appointment or drop by their showroom today. of Intermountain Floors. They are local. They have just added blinds to their inventory to compliment their wide selection of floor coverings and they install These selections include carpeting, linoleum, magnificent tiles and pergo of all types. - 3: 00 p. m. ( Closed on weekend – Nov. D A bl- V e ,43402 Hwy 299E * Fall River Mill S AUTOMOTIVE AND rRANSMISSION Mike Vaughn, Owner ■Free Estates 'Guaranteed Work 335-3110 37030 Main Street Burney MIKE'S ided fAKC' PMMlMXt & SEPTIC COMPANY icensed * Bon Insured 530-294-127 530-335-200 P.O. Box 119 Nubieber, CA 96068 Ca. State Lie. #591154, Lin Int Hawkins Timber ce k ■ Burney...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 25 October 2011

Photo courtesy of Mindy Halter Ruth Woolery, Personnel Coordinator at Sierra Pacific was one of the potential employers present to talk with prospective employees. Job and Resource Fair well attended According to the event coordinator, Mindy Halter, 54 local residents met with the assembled nineteen businesses and resource agencies. According to Halter, “throughout the after- BURNEY - A steady stream of job searchers arrived at the Intermountain Community Center in Burney last Wednesday for their first ever Job and Resource Fair. For more information call Don Smith at 336-6559, Steve King at 335-4156 or Tim Glaze at 336-6437. Any musician with an acoustic instrument, guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, bass, dobro, ukulele or other is invited. McARTHUR — November’s Jam Session for acoustic musicians will be Thursday, November 3, 7 p. m. in the music room at the Evangelical Free Church, 44185 Highway 299 on the corner of 299 and Grove Street. set for Nov. 3 RlUUt tVVgC 1 26th Annual ) C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 25 October 2011

Teacher will counsel student. Student will meet with Administrator. Parent will be notified • 3rd offense Teacher will counsel student. Administrator will complete a major referral and major referral progressive discipline will be followed. Parent will be notified. Student to complete“ Think About It” worksheet. • 1st offense Consequences K-3rd grades Teacher will counsel student. referral to administrator. Two days suspension or alternative means of correction. Administrator will complete referral/ detention and progressive discipline will be followed. Parent will be notified. Student will complete“ Think About it” worksheet. • 3rd offense Three days suspension or alternative means of correction. Student will complete“ Think About It” worksheet. Parent conference and possible referral to appropriate program. • Second offense 4th - 12th grade • 1st offense One day suspension or alternative means of correction. Student will be counseled. Bullying referral will be submitted to adminis...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 25 October 2011

A in league after Saturday win Cardinals now 4-1 BV hosts Dunsmuir Friday with playoff home game on line I } 1 A . ft 1 2 3 4 F f4 Again, that didn’t last long. Warrior tacklers to the one, with Shultz scoring on the next play to knot the game 22-all. would-be dragged On a 3-and-6 play, Marco Escareno Shultz got the first of his three TD’s on a 22yard run, to put BV on top for the first time, 146. That wasn’t for long, however, as Mercy came back with two TD’s to regain the lead at 22-14. game, but an 85-yard pass from Hunter Hawkins to Torres, coupled with a 2-point conversion pulled Big Valley ahead, 8-6. Photo by Ron Mosher KING FOR A NIGHT... Fall River’s Homecoming King Jake Farkas pushes back against Etna Lion tackler as Bulldogs went on a 50-14 rampage to thrill large Homecoming crowd Friday night. in SCL, 46-13 Burney ( 1-2 SCL 2-6) travel to Biggs ( 3-5) for a 7: 30pm tilt in a game set up after Tulelake folded their program. Villarruel had eight unassisted tackles, while U...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 25 October 2011

Big Valley 56, Mercy 42 H. Camp 38, Hayfork 30 Butte Val. 40, R. Chrst. 6 Homecoming was set by the Bulldog JV’s Friday, as they blanked Etna, 30-0 to open the night’s festivities. Brennan Gilligan led the charge with three TD’s and a 2-point conversion in rushing for 231 yards of 22 carries. Jonny Westlund picked up 77 yards on three totes, while Ryan Doers added 62 yards in eight tries. Jake Moore scored a TD and a conversion in rushing for 26 yards on 12 rushes. McARTHUR - The tone for Fall River’s Photo by Ron Mosher WRAPPED UP... Fall River JV ball carrier Jake Moore is wrapped up by Etna defender. Fall River had little trouble, however, in their 30-0 win Friday. Fall River blanks visiting Etna, 30-0 James Cibella had two catches for six yards and a conversion, while Tanner Gallion hit three of six passes for eight yards and a conversion. On defense, Gallion intercepted a pair of Etna passes, while Westlund nabbed one interception. “Overall a good performance,” summed up FR coa...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 25 October 2011

1 1\ -i r LI -f—it Fl 4 — \—4 Local bags Elk... fist team-high 15 digs. Fall River ( 5-1 SCL) hosts Etna ( 2-4) Tuesday ( today), then travels to Alturas to take on Modoc ( 5-3) Thursday. 3*' Walk-A-Thon success... SuSusan LaLauer, FaFall RiRiver VaValley GoGolf CoCountry ClClub prpro, sasank a hohole-inin-onone on 8t8th grgreen ususing a # 5 iriron lalast weeweek. Photo by Ron Mosher DIGGING THE SERVE... Fall River’s Leah Imhoff digs out a serve in win over Mt. Shasta Thursday, while teammates watch from the bench. WaWalk-A-ThThon fofor a cacancer cucure on by BaBailey HoHovis ( leleft) anand CyCynthia ShShoepflin ( riright) at BuBurney hihigh scschool foofootball fifield SaSaturday evevening raraised $ 2,2,436.84 fofor cacancer reresearch. It ththe gigirls sesenior prproject. OvOver 10 0 pepeople paparticipated in ththe wawalk araround ththe foofootball fifield trtrack, eaeach rereceived cocommemorative T-shshirt googoodie babag. BV is at Happy Camp Thursday for 2 games. points. V...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 25 October 2011

HELP WANTED/ SALES HELP WANTED DRIVERS Apply Now. 12 DRIVERS NEEDED. Top 5% Pay. 2 Months CDL Class A Driving Experience. 1-877-258-8782. www. MeltonTruck . com ( Cal-SCAN) LEGAL SERVICES ATTN: COMPUTER WORK. Work from anywhere 24/ 7. Up to $ 1,500 Part Time to $ 7,500/ mo. Full Time. Training provided. www. workservices4. com ( CalSCAN) DONATE YOUR CAR: Children’s Cancer Fund! Help Save A Child’s Life Through Research & Support! Free Vacation Package. Fast, Easy & Tax Deductible. Call 1-800-252-0615. ( Cal-SCAN) CASH FOR CARS Paying cash for all cars and trucks running or not! Fast , free pick up. Call now, instant offer. Desert View Auto 855-343-6183. ( Cal-SCAN) DONATE VEHICLE: RECEIVE $ 1000 Grocery Coupons. National Animal Welfare Foundation. Support No Kill Shelters, Help Homeless Pets. Free Towing, Tax Deductible, Non-Runners Accepted. 1-888-333-0477. ( Cal-SCAN) DONATE YOUR CAR, truck or boat to Heritage for the Blind. Free 3 Day Vacation, Tax Deducti...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 25 October 2011

J * I L LI h I F C i: Ii S A h J C ? UW 5. |T ES T HE |L h: J, R T ftp* r : r ■ *0;i ■HUHHTMjyHMI ■liSII ROIL 0:j *!H B flElflP IE-[ #.L IV! LDfWI |: P L o K iKifl D U LiE r.EX : ■<■ i Ye'; ESQ I G H : V i : i hem M F m ; ; F I* j M 3 I : I >i HE SHE Ii i :: ■Ma it i; * d a Wonderful family home Lo(s of room for chNdrert and animate. 5 acres 2300 ■ soft, home 3 bedrooms, 2 baih, large kitchen and family room. Faroe living room, game room and 2 car garage. There is molher-in-law quarters, with kilchen and Bath, Large Shoo/Barn Only £225,000 (530)336-5411 The world is 711% water; we take care of the land! Now Accepting Applications Cedarwood Apartments Fori Crook Ave.. Fall River Mills, CA fieiBH I. 2 and 3 Mrm Apts and also 2 bdrm Apts with special design features Tor the mobility impaired. Enquire as to the availability ol rental subsidy. Call (530)336-G73&, Mon-Fri, 9:00 AM to 3:00 pm. TDD# 1-800-735 2929. This institution is an equal opportunity p...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 25 October 2011

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 1 November 2011

Burney Woman's passenger shot after attack on deputy The investigation revealed that six of the change of gunfire. The suspect was identified as Albert Anthony Smith, 42 years of Medford, Oregon. Smith sustained multiple gun shot wounds to the upper torso and face. CHP Officers on scene administered medical aid and Smith was flown to a local hospital by a CHP helicopter. Although the suspect is in critical condition, his wounds are not considered life threatening. The Shasta County Multi-Agency Officer Involved Critical Incident Protocol was initiated to investigate the incident. The Redding Police Department was identified as the lead agency. involved officers are employed with the California Highway Patrol and assigned to the Yreka and Mt Shasta area offices. The seventh officer is a Shasta County Sheriff ’ s Deputy. The identities of the involved officers are not being disclosed at this time. On Thursday, October 27, the Oregon State Police received several reports of a vehicle t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 1 November 2011

CA State Assembly Jim Nielsen 280 Hemsted Dr. St 110 Redding CA 96002 223-6300 or ( 916) 319-2002 Oct 12 J 0 am-T pm, Shasta District Fairgrounds, Anderson Ort.3fi: iGom- r pn\ Redding Convention Center State Senate Doug LaMalfa State Capital, Room 3070 Sacramento, CA 95814 ( 916) 445-4004 Oct 25: Other flu vaccine clinks: )0tun-noon, JohnBeaudet Senior Center, Sincerely, Pam Giacomini for Roderick McArthur Roderick McArthur, President North Eastern California Water Association P. O. Box 367 McArthur, CA 96056 Nov. 2 1 0 urn-noon, ShastaSemotPiutnnan Program fteddtnq Lassen County Supervisor Brian Dahle Nubieber ( 530) 294-5728 Nov 9-7pm. Mt. SihatiaMaR [£.Penneycourt). Redding Flu shot*are fit) each Td:p arm prcumcima jhsb isoowulablc; <heck www,sh«t*flu!iiois_(«tt ttr p tiig iNDpnuibc- nuianccj Maximum strength analgesic for temporary relief from: • Sack pain * * Hustle pain gA —- - Krrhritis pnin \ Redding, CA 96001 1-800-479-8009 Glenn Hawes 1450 Court Street Suite 30...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 1 November 2011

Open Monday through Friday 8am - 5pm 43428 Hwy 299E Fall River Mills ■ 530-336-5549 Fail Rivet Dr. Moiei .'■ a Doctor al Chiropractic with a practice located at the ,, Y" in l OUI Mills. He has practiced in the val ley for i$ years and has success fully ireated symptoms associated with migraines, whiplash injuries and fibromyalgia. He has treated many victims ot has had motor vehicle accidents, and of srse CO treating people suffering from areat success neck, bock and hip pain as well os headaches, Page A-3 Mountain Echo November 1, 2011 Visit us on the web at mountainecho.com It could be your hair cut! Cathy is new at Mane Street Attraction Owner Pam Martin Over 40 years experience Men & Women Cell 949-2150 37043 Main Street Burney By Shane Logan USFS available Christmas Tree permits New Menu Items: November 1 marks the beginning of the Christmas tree cutting season on the Lassen National Forest. Permits for this activity will be sold through December 17 as outlined in ...

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

Specializing Homemade Onion Dinner Fries, daily Specials go Frosty Specializing Homemade Fries, Onion Rings daily Dinner Specials eat in or to go Open 7 days a week 11 a. m. - 9 p. m. 335-5500 38127 Hwy 299E Johnson Park Duncan’s Harness your own power Born November 14th, 1919 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Lucy moved to the Fall River Valley in 1953 to become housekeeper and cook on the Knoch Ranch. There she met her future husband whom she married in 1954. Lucy lived and worked 46 years in the valley before leaving the area in 1999. She returned frequently in later years to what she called “God’s country” and the place she considered her only real “home.” A memorial service is planned for early summer when her ashes will be brought home to Pine Grove Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Fort Crook Historical Society. Lucy Ingram November 14, 1919 – October 6, 2011 Lucy Ingram passed over to a better place on October 6th, 2011, at the age of 91. She was preceded in d...

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