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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

JJUI ty'u : \ wr 4 ■ 5 Windows, located on Main Street on the corner of highways 299 and 3, is open daily. For more information, call ( 530) 623-5562. While Massei’s current work focuses on fused glass wall hangings, she is periodically commissioned to create custom stained glass pieces which adorn homes from San Francisco to Daytona Beach, Fla. Back in Weaverville, she can be found in her studio — Meltdown Arts — creating, experimenting, learning and even teaching classes in the summer. revolves around color play, as well as copper inclusions in glass, one of her favorite techniques. Blues band swings Next month, 5 Windows Gallery will feature the stunning glass work of Gina Massei. Her show opens June 7 from 5 to 8 p. m. during Weaverville’s monthly Art Cruise. Massei has worked with glass since 2001, when she started as a stained glass apprentice in Grants Pass, Ore. There, she learned to do architectural installations and honed her skills for further artistic experimentation. Af...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

fills and provide a cost-effec-tive alternative for the public, as well as providing a creative outlet for the artist, both young and experienced.” The Trinity County Arts Council featured“ Art From Recycled Materials” in the Moon Lee Gallery. The exhibit was so popular they are planning another one for 2009. Last Thursday people who work with the river gathered to celebrate the renovation of the Trinity River Interpretive Kiosk, which now has 12 information panels and has been reorganized so as not to block the view of the river. A Times have changed for the Trinity River, and an informational kiosk at the Trinity River Fish Hatchery had become outdated and faded. ana Clifton, the realty specialist for the restoration program, decided to take it on. Many visitors view the kiosk and hatchery each year, including school children, congressional staff members Schleusner said the original kiosk was constructed in the mid-90s. The new photos and information illustrate the river’s past, p...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

On May 15, 2007, PG& E filed an application requesting that the California Public Utilities Commission ( CPUC) approve a six-year program designed to significantly improve the reliability of PG& E’s electric distribution system, Cornerstone Improvement Program. What Is the Cornerstone Improvement Improvement Program? Program? The Cornerstone Improvement Program is a set of initiatives proposed by PG& E designed to decrease both the number and duration of electric outages experienced by PG& E’s customers. This will benefit PG& E’s customers by resulting in better, more reliable electric service. Why is PG& E requesting requesting approval for the Cornerstone Improvement Program? Improvement Program? Although PG& E’s electric distribution system has generally met the reliability performance targets set by the CPUC, PG& E believes that in order to better serve its customers it can and should...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

member of Loyal Order of the Moose, both the Vallejo and Lewiston lodges. His three loves were racing, his wife, and his friends and family. He is survived by his wife, Linda Flournoy-Wil-liams of Lewiston; children, Kyle James Williams of American Canyon and Kelley Michelle Williams of Sacramento; mother, Marjorie Williams of Vacaville; brothers, Michael Williams and wife Ava of Vacaville and Jerry Williams and partner Mary Carll of Magalia; nieces and nephews, Ricky, Jennifer, Sean, Deanna, Eric and Donovan and a niece by marriage, Whitney; and eight great-nieces and great-nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Fred; sister, Anne; and brother, Douglas. Memorial services will be held at Pine Cove RV Park, Lewiston Lake, on Saturday, May 31, at 11 a. m., followed by a potluck. Memorial contributions may be made to Victory Junction Gang Camp, 4500 Adam’s Way, Randleman NC 27317, or to Jeff Gordon Foundation, 4345 Papa Joe Hendrick Blvd., Charlotte NC 28262. Arrangements are...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

PREPARATION RALEIGH TRINITY TAX AND BOOKKEEPING SERVICE JENNIFER STYCZYNSKI, EA HEATHER MacLAREN 241 TRINITY LAKE BLVD. WEAVERVILLE 623-2990 SAND & Meeting Wednesday Youth Jr. High 7:00 J Sr. High 7:3 Home Groups/ Bible Studies throughout the week Lead Pastor John Shearer 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 DECOR Anthony's Window Cleaning Serving your area 530-359-2443 530-524-0174 VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS J^a Post 7705 /MBlfe Meetings: 2nd Wed., 6 pm Veteran's V \M&Wii Memorial Hall, Weaverville • 623-7724 Yf^J?^ EAGLE ROCK, INC. Cal. Lic. # 546388 Sand & Gravel Shale Road Base Drain Rock Asphalt Paving ( Free Quotations) Radio-dispatched Trucks Call 623-4444 Fax 623-1984 P. O. Box 1498, Weaverville CA 96093 CHURCH of the NAZARENE Connecting people with God and each other Sunday Adult ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

MAID needed at Indian Creek Lodge. 623-6294. 5-28-2tc CA 96093. printout and valid Calif. driver’s license. Medical benefits available. Willing to train the right person. Call or fax resumes to 778-3968. 5-14-tfc picture frames, mirrors, knives, etc. 5-28-1tp SPECIAL ORDERS WELCOME! 623-5050 5-28-1tc 5-21-3tp BRUSH CLEARING GOATS for sale or lease! Will consider fenced brush clearing projects. Organic meat, pets, and breeding stock. Over 200 head. Contact Rob at 623-5301 or mtnstar@ snowcrest. net - 623-3741. Message machine 24 - 7! 5-28-1tc 7129. ------------------------------------ RVs ------------------------------------ APPLIANCES with warranties available. S & S Services 2002 22 FT. CATALINA LITE TRAVEL TRAILER in good condition. $ 8,500 OBO. 623- 4-2-tfc 4-28-tfc LOANS/ FINANCIAL PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate. No qualifying! Wayne Burditt - 623-1917. Broker’s license # 00975889. 5-21-2tc ning or not! Nice or junk. Will haul it off. Limited time! Nu Tu Yu Aut...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

com for Phil Toni Schwartz Notary tschwartznotary@ com-pair. net Great covered patio for entertaining, hot tub w/ view of Trinity Alps. Detached 2 car garage. price of $ 155,000 C3403 LIVING IT UP IN THE ‘ BURBS! Here is a 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath home with a 2-car garage, near schools and shopping, waiting for your moving van! Washer, dryer, cookstove and refrigerator all included. Abundant storage and closets, oversized family room, oak cabinets, ceiling fans and chandeliers, rock hearth and pellet stove round out this very comfortable residence. ONLY $ 192,500! FOR THE FIRST-TIME HOMEBUYER or investor, here is a 2-bedroom, one-bath house with new carpet, new vinyl and fresh paint. There is a large bonus room with washer and dryer hookups and a closet that can serve as a third bedroom. The woodstove has a large rock hearth. A fence surrounds the front yard and there is good off-street parking. BARGAIN BUY for $ 138,500! 2.65 Acres in Trinity Center . Great get away CABIN on the edge of...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 28 May 2008

When comp leted, it will be held in trust for the ladies of Weaverville. In a single week, the ladies have obtained by subscription more than half enough to build a tasteful and spacious church which will remain A church buildin g will be built on Chimne y Point and it will be free to all Christian denominations. We observe a vehicle in the streets of Weaverville called the “Danseuse”; it is a wheelbarrow. Da y & Moor have an arastra nearl y comp leted and the y will be read y to commence crushin g the rich rock from their East Fork led ge in a few da ys. A fire last Wednesda y in the dwelling of Jane Dibbens was extinguished after only about one- third of the roof burned. It looked as though the whole house would go, but a number of buckets of water brought from the creek extinguished the fire in a very short time. The property was insured. After much delay, Spring, or more properly speaking, Summer, has come. Feed in the mountains is said to be better at the present ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 4 June 2008

Jeff Morris near victory WEAVERVILLE, TRINITY COUNTY, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 4, 2008 Judy Morris Morris, Hammer will be in run-off David Hammer However, Heryford’s campaign got off to a rocky start when he received an infraction citation from the sheriff in March for barking by his dogs that disturbed his neighbor. The case was dismissed in April when the complainant and sheriff did not appear for trial; they had not received notice of the trial date. Heryford said that getting a large backlog of felony cases at the Courthouse to trial is of primary importance. He also cited rising costs to the county general fund for certain defendant services that are discretionary for the judge, such as psychiatric exams. ceived 1,400 votes. Heryford said he decided to run for office because many people who have had contact with the court system asked him to, and because he saw ways to improve the court. He stressed his experience defending and prosecuting civil and criminal cases, and his priva...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 4 June 2008

*5 by PHIL NELSON ( AA) Willow Creek, 7 p. m., Senior Resource Center on Highway 299. ( AA) Lewiston, 7 p. m., 12x12 Book Study, Community Center, Texas Ave. ( NA) Weaverville, noon, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on Hwy. 299. Crochet Class, 6-8 p. m., class fee. Taught by Thora Ziegler, at The Golden Needles, 493 Main St., Weaverville. 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. Planned Parenthood, Weaverville, 9: 45 a. m. to 4 p. m. Hayfork Lions, Fairgrounds, 30 p. m. Trinity Family Medical Group, free blood pressure clinic, all day except noon-2 p. m. Bingo, Douglas City Fire Station, 7 p. m. Soroptimist International of Trinity County, noon luncheon meeting at the Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Road. THURSDAY, JUNE 5 Trinity County Food Bank, Coffee Creek/ Trinity Center area @ Community ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 4 June 2008

Public warned about marijuana gardens the irrigation systems dewater small streams needed by fi sh, and compact the soil in the gardens, leading to erosion. Operations now range in size from 1,000 to 30,000 plants, or more. “The larger growing operations often have armed individuals tending the gardens. Most of the increase can be attributed to the proliferation of foreign drug traffi cking organizations,” Lombard said. The following are indications that marijuana is being grown in an area: * Isolated tents in the forest where no recreational activity is present. * Utilization of trailers File location: Display Strictly Business Reiss also acknowledged Trinity County’s Emergency Services Director John Hall and Director of Behavioral Health Services Nancy Antoon for their rapid response and critical debriefi ng following the accident, saying“ you offered a safe place for those volunteers to process what they had been involved in and I thank you for that.” Several of the fi rst respon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 4 June 2008

mm out pride for our little valley. I was overwhelmed by the positive attitudes of these young people. Yes, there were some negatives growing up in such a small place, but with almost every graduate, the value of the relationships formed far outweigh the negatives. It was my honor and privilege to be on the Exit Interview Committee for graduating seniors at Hayfork High School. It was the purpose of this committee to interview each of the 31 graduating seniors, one at a time, to listen to their reflections on their school years, their plans for the future, and a quick review of their portfolios. It was a long day; however, it was incredibly uplifting. After a day of listening to the reflections and plans of these young men and women, I walked away with an enormous feeling of hope for our future as a nation and a tremendous sense of My hat is off to these fine young people, their hard work and achievements to date, and the expectation of future successes. My congratulations to parent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 4 June 2008

pieces. 5 WINDOWS GALLERY - Gina and Casey Massei: Beautiful glass art ranging from tiny treasures to large, stunningly beautiful wall The following venues will be participating: You don’t have to be an art lover to love the Art Cruise in downtown Weaverville. Join the fun this Saturday, June 7, from 5 to 8 p. m. as galleries and merchants open their doors and invite the public to see what the creative people of the North State have been doing. MAIN STREET GALLERY - New work by the Trinity artists: Bauer, Boulden, Butler, Cormier, Dunn, Gold, Hein, Holthaus, King, B. Richards, J. Richards, Spencer, Vaughn, Wallace, Ward and Williams. And in the BACK ROOM -“ Here Comes the Sun”: Paintings and photographs of happy art by local artists. HIGHLAND ART CENTER GALLERY - The oil paintings of Cottonwood artist Diana Wright Troxell. UMPQUA BANK - Kyle Catanese, 10-year-old artist, showing his artworks done in wash and Prismacolor. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - Watercolors by Karen Hammer. Places open...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 4 June 2008

Pandit Shivnath Mishra, head of the music depart- Pandit ( meaning mastermusician) Shivnath and his son Deobrat Mishra keep alive the musical tradition of raga, one of the oldest improvisatory and devotional musical forms. The ensemble includes renowned tabla player Marco Zonka of Seattle and Felicity Gerwing of British Columbia on tamboura. The Mishras, India’s acclaimed father-son sitar duo, are returning to North America for a 2008 summer tour and will be performing again at the Chagdud Gonpa Buddhist Center in Junction City on Sunday, June 8, at 8 p. m. Sitar masters to perform at Gonpa Advance tickets are $ 10 at Mountain Marketplace and Mamma Llama in Weaverville, or $ 15 at the door. The Gonpa is located at 341 Red Hill Road. For more information, call Eric Ivey at ( 530) 623-2504. ment at Sanskrit University in Benares, India, has toured extensively, bringing his masterful, mischievous, joyful presence and playing style to the delight of audiences. Deobrat Mishra, received t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 4 June 2008

www. humanresponsenetwork. org “It’s Your Community... It’s Your Business” includes salad & garlic bread $ 9.99 per person includes soup & salad bar By KATIE QUINN ( 530) 778-3307 katieq@ com-pair. net Lewiston Sluice Box nOW open: Wed. thru Thurs: Dinner 5-9 pm Fri. & Sat: L UNCH 11-3, Dinner 5-9 pm Sunday: Dinner 5 - 9 This week’s specia ls Outdoor BB Q starts Sunday, June 15 at Cedar Stock ( 530) 286-2225 and is a committed equal opportunity service provider . Call 8 a. m. to 4 p. m., Mon. through Sun. From Hw y. 299 ~ Weaverville, take Hwy. 3 north 15 miles to Cedar Stock Forever Resorts operates under special use permit from the Shasta-Trinity National Forest andisacommittedequalopportunityserviceprovider 2008 This show continues dai- ly throu gh June 29. Hours are 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. and Sunda ys 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. The Highland A rt Cen-ter welcomes Diana Wri ght Troxell of Cottonwood and Bruce Davidson of Red-ding as the featured artists a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 4 June 2008

Olympics event at Junction City School May 27. The event was sponsored by the University of California Cooperative Extension and Shasta Coalition for Activity and Nutrition. Activities included coconut bowling, potato sack racing, carrot hopping, apple tossing and melon weight-lifting. mentary schools participated in a Nutrition City and Cox Bar ele- To emphasize the importance of physical activity and healthy eating, students from Junction ■> decathlon 2008 c »trot tUh Thomas Dingman, 10, from Cox Bar School, trying out the melon lift; Savonna Aichlmayr deciding whether to join the strawberry spoon race or enjoy the strawberry; and Junction City School first grader Coby Crockett, 7, at the water pitch. Shown clockwise are: Emma Fagan, 7, of Junction City School, doing the carrot hop; i Photos by PHIL NELSON - Colleen Hendricks • June 6th Open early for graduation - Steakhouse open at 4: 00pm A free dessert for the grads! • June 7th Comedy Night - make reservations for di...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 4 June 2008

LOANS/ FINANCIAL money to loan on Real Estate. Joy Griner, broker # 01154399. INNOVATIVE HOME LOANS, 530-623-5588. 2-14-tfc 2002 22 FT. CATALINA LITE TRAVEL TRAILER in good condition. $ 8,500 OBO. 6237129. 4-2-tfc MOBILE HOME WANTED or not! Nice or junk. Will haul it off. Limited time! Nu Tu Yu Auto Sales - 623- 5050. 6-4-2tc LOOKING for a DOUBLE WIDE TRAILER— Three bedroom with a 40 pound snow load. Hayfork or Weaverville area. Will move. 530-356-1160. 6-4-4tc June 7, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m., 751 East Weaver Creek Road. Lots to sell including horse tack, saws, pump, ore cart, smoker, antique furniture, collectibles, computer desk, TVs, queen mattress set, and much more. Make us an offer we can’t refuse. Don’t miss it! 5-28-2tc 6-4-2tnc LOST & FOUND FOUND ON OREGON ST. a female spaded small white and furry Pommeranian dog. Please call to identify. 623-3161. 2004 TAHOE TRAVEL TRAILER — 24 ft., sleeps 4. Large queen bed and bunk beds. Has awning, good tires, breakfast area, bui...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 4 June 2008

by PHIL N EL SON Linda Endicott holds a pine needle basket she won in a raf-fle at the recent Nor-Rel-Muk tribal gathering. The basket was made by her great aunt, Rose Burns. 4 I* id 'AS Because of repair work being done on the press, some color had to be omitted from this issue of the Journal. We especially re- gret that the Hayfork High seniors could not be in color. Our apology by P HIL N EL SON Tribe members gathered for lunch during their meeting at a Trinity Lake campground. LAST DATES AND LOCATIONS RABI ES CLINIC Trinity County Rabies Clinics Dogs DOG LICENSE FEES: $ 10.00 per year....... Unaltered $ 5.00 per year....... if spayed/ neutered Pack Licence ( 4-8 dogs) $ 20.00 1-year or 3-year dog licenses are available. Other Services: Each veterinarian will be providing other services as requested CATS AR E WELCOME MUST be on a Leash ! Saturday, June 14 , 2008 by Dr. Weiner, DVM Douglas Cit y Post Office ............. 9: 00 ~ 10: 30 Lewiston Animal Clinic .............. 11: 00 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 4 June 2008

530-623-5588 ~ 888-835-6267 www. joyfulRealEstate. com – www. joyfulloan. com • REAL ESTATE • HOME LOANS Member of Trinity & Shasta MLS Carol ‘ NANCY’ Dean, Broker 623.7664 Diane Campion, Associate 623.5093 Jeanette Soffner, Associate 598.7618 30911 Hwy 3, P O Box 2703, Weaverville, CA 96093 Our Offi ce Location: Mulligan (D Street North State Realty Don Coffi n, broker/ owner Offi ce: ( 530) 778-3696 • Cell: ( 530) 623-7761 www. northstaterealty. net 1 State Hwy. 3 ® AT TRINITY ALPS REALTY REALTOR® Residential • Commercial • Resort Display ~ Bus. Directory 611 Main St./ P. O. Box 250, Weaverville, CA 96093 STEVE HANOVER CRS 530-623-2392 PHIL PALMER 530-778-3639 Laird R. Crandell 530-623-3122 Off# 623-3356-TOLL FREE 888-623-2875 YOU CAN ALSO VISIT OUR WEB SITE AT: www. trinity-real estate. com for Steve www. weavervillerealty. com for Phil Toni Schwartz Notary tschwartznotary@ com-pair. net In Junction City SIX ACRES 2 Bed, 2 bath home with 1 bed guest quarters with ¾ ba...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 4 June 2008

The Hyampom Arts Mag-ne t School will hold its open house and awards ceremo- ny on Thursda y, June 5. The open house will start at 10: 30 a. m. followed by the awards ceremony at 11 a. m. After the ceremonies, there will be lunch. Barbecued chicken will be provi ded to go alon g with the potluck dishes that you bring. TheHCCmeetinghas plenty of potluck dishes and desserts to go along with the burgers. TheHyampomArts Gene and Claudia Rick-strew hosted the Embers Fireman’s Appreciation Lun-cheon at their Hidden Val-ley Ranch on Saturday. There were about 40 guests for the festivities, which in-cluded handin g out awards to our brave volunteers. Fire Chief Joe Watkins and Pat Mortensen handed out the awards and commended the volunteers. The barbecue was going, manned by Gene Rick-strew and Milt Mortensen. Hot off the grill, there were hamburgers and black hot dogs. The burgers were real-ly good, and the dogs made a nice display. There were also Did you ever see so much water come down ...

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