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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 1 November 2011

tion call Don Smith at 336-6559, Steve King at 335-4156 or Tim Glaze at 336-6437. The musicians will also jam at the Ol’ Merc in McArthur, on Wednesday, November 9. Jam session set for November 3 way 299 on the corner of 299 and Grove Street. Any musician with an acoustic instrument, guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, bass, dobro, ukulele or other is invited. For more informa- Photo by Merri Glaze in Louisville, Kentucky. Leah Fielder of McArthur has entered a market lamb in the Sheep Division of the 38th annual North American International LOUISVILLE, KY - A local lamb is headed to the world’s largest, purebred livestock expo Leah Fielder will show her lamb at Livestock Exposition Livestock Exposition ( NAILE), scheduled for November 5-18 in Louisville, KY. NAILE is recognized as the world’s largest purebred livestock show with more than 23,000 entries and nearly $ 700,000 in prizes and awards. Tickets are available in Burney at the Burney Barber Shop, Burney VFW, Burney Bowl, Interm...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 1 November 2011

ly others • Will not accept responsibility for their actions • Has extra money or new belongings that cannot be explained • Is quick to blame others • Gets into physical or verbal fights with others • Gets sent to the principal’s office or detention a lot Bullying Others • Becomes violent with others Stopbullying. gov I have done a number of interviews to date and am still looking for parents and students who either are being or have had problems with bullying to round out the stories. I’m generally available on my cell at 945-4530 and will honor requests for anonymity when I write about their interview. When I started my research and interviews in mid-October sources let me know that there had been around ten suspensions on the western end of the district, one juvenile had been sent to juvenile hall and it sounded like another might be on the way. Additionally bullying was the major reason for detention at the high school. Surprisingly, the problem doesn’t exist, or if it does, it ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 1 November 2011

Photo by Ron Mosher km McARTHUR - The Modoc Braves continued their dominance over Shasta-Cascade League foes here Friday night, downing host Fall DEFENSE... FR’s Michael Peters (# 2) and Ethan Coe (# 3) converge on Modoc runner. However, Modoc racked up three touchdowns in the third quarter to put the game on ice with a 34-0 lead with just one period left to “In the locker room the guys were up beat,” noted FR coach Rick Neugebauer. Modoc added seven points to their side of the scoreboard in each of the first two quarters to hold a 14-zip lead at intermission. Despite the loss, the Bulldogs put a lock on second place in the league, and will finish with a 3-1 mark when they pick up a forfeit win over Weed in a game originally set for this Friday, but cancelled when the Cougars folded their varsity program. River, 34-6, to once again capture the conference championship - their fourth conference crown in a row. OFFENSE... FR’s Austin Reynolds slides between Modoc defenders. Michael Pet...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 1 November 2011

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Hwy 299E, Fall RIver Mills ( across from Mayers Hospital) 336-5260 Saturday Sabbath School, 10am Saturday Worship Service, 11: 30am LITTLE COUNTRY CHURCH 44241 Highway 299E, McArthur Where restoration through Christ can be found... Luke 4: 18-19 Sunday, 9: 45am • Bible Study: Wednesday, 7pm Children’s Church Too! Pastor Pete Lorenzen 530-336-5646 On the web: www. Iccmcarthur. org Photo by Trenton Arendt LEADING RUSHER... Burney’s Robert Wall (# 3) gains part of his career high 283 yards in rushing against Biggs Friday night in narrow 35-33 loss for Burney. MoMountain NoNovember 202011 Bulldog JV’s hope to win SCL crown Friday Junior Varsity Football Fall River is in Weed for a 6: 30pm game Friday, with the SCL title on the line. “Our defense in the second half won the game for us,” stated Earnest,“ once we held Modoc inside the 10 and another time inside our five in that second half to preserve the win.” while Jake Moore and Gallion each picked up 26 yar...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 1 November 2011

Host school MODOC THIS WEEK’S GAMES ** Non-league Burney at Etna Fall River at Weed JV only Friday, November 4 Hosanna Chstn at Modoc* Cal-North FOOTBALL — November 19 Friday, Host school SURPRISE VALLEY Photo by Ron Mosher GIRLS HOOPS... Action shots from Saturday’s Junior High girls basketball at Fall River between Burney-Modoc-Fall River-Big Valley. BIG VALLEY Happy Camp Liberty Butte Valley rjjnsmuir Rdg. Christian Haytrjrk Mercy Dunsmuir 84, Big Val. 46 Butte Val. 44, H. Camp 8 R. Christ. 45, Hayfork 28 Liberty 40, Mercy 15 HOMECOMING R. Christ. at Dunsmuir Liberty at Butte Valley Saturday, November 5 Hayfork at Mercy Friday, November 4 Happy Camp at Big Valley Shasta-Cascade VOLLEYBALL LGE O'A it wjj- Junior Varsity Volleyball Team Breord fts Continued from B-1 FALL RIVER Mt. Shasta Modoc Weed Etna BURNEY 23-10-1 10-7-1 13-94 9-10-1 3-12-0 2-14-1 FR VOLLEYBALL________________________ Evergreen VOLLEYBALL Photo by Ron Mosher GOING FOR KILL.. Raider Chelle Rodriguez goes for the...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 1 November 2011

HEALTH/ PERSONAL NOVEMBER 10 6: 30 P. M. $ 17.50 PER PERSON Due to two resignations, the Big Valley Joint Unified School District Board is calling for two provisional appointments to fill two vacated seats. Community members wishing to be considered for a provisional appointment must: SELF STORAGE 336-5670 $ 25 AND UP ADD A ROOM FALL RIVER MILLS AIRPORT MINI STORAGE HELP WANTED DRIVERS CLASSIFIED PAGES “KEEP IT” STORAGE 10’ X20’ 10’ X10’ CONCRETE BLOCK in McArthur 336-5679 LIONS BINGO THURSDAY NIGHT NOV. 3RD 7: 00 PM FALL RIVER LIONS HALL CASH PRIZES 18 & over are welcome. Snack bar & free door prizes. Come join in the fun The most fun you can have on a Thursday night in McArthur 2. Complete a questionaire at the BVJUSD, Bieber, California, ( 530) 294-5266. Completed questionaires must be submitted to the BVJUSD Office no later than 4: 00pm on Monday, Nov. 14, 2011. DONATE YOUR CAR: Children’s Cancer Fund! Help Save A Child’s Life Through Research &am...

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

Only $225,000 (530)336-5411 The world is 70% water, we take care of the land! Solution Wonderful family home . Lots of room for chiroren and animals 5 acrss ?300 * , _ ; i j i/SM' soft, home 3 bedrooms. 2 jflt Hfel > ji3 balh, large kitchen and family gams room and 2 car Bt : f* Jj^ 1 and Baih. Large Shop/Barn Now Accepting Applications Cedarwood Apartments Fori Crook Ave.. Fall River Mills, CA fr302H I. 2 and 3 Mrm Apts and also 2 bdrm Apts with special design features Tor the mobility impaired. Enquire as to the availability al 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 provider and/em ployer. EOUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY/ f=Y Pi EQUAL OPTORTUNITY ACCESS IS) Email: thomason1@frontiernet.net highcountryburney.com #770 Soldier Mtn Dr. App S at wMh Pond 1 Views.SllO.000 #7B1 Curve Street. Newer home on a hill i View Nice' reduced to $ 139.000 #753 Big valley beauty! 35 Treed acres....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 1 November 2011

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 8 November 2011

sioner on the board of the Lookout Fire Protection District said she was extremely proud of the response. “It was unbelievable” she said, of not only how quickly both the Lookout and Adin Volunteers arrived, but the towns people as well. blaze. Fire trucks and firefighters were able to get into the lot, because most of the old cars had been removed, and put out the There was no significant damage and the cars were hauled off Tuesday. Tucker says the investigators think the fire was caused by a spark from an arc welder used to cut the vehicles apart, which must have landed in a seat where it smouldered until an evening breeze fanned it. The explosion was apparently from heated air, expanding in trapped spaces of the crushed vehicles. is alleged to have stolen from the post office’s cash reserve in small amounts at a time. She issued postal money orders for amounts greater than what she actually paid for them and used them to pay her personal expenses. Morris’s next court date is set ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 8 November 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 There is a lot going on and I would love to hear about it. Please email me with your events, valerielakey@ yahoo. com. assembly last Friday. Students heard from two speakers who have lost family members in automobile accidents caused by distracted driving. It was a powerful assembly about making choices. • POSTAGE Periodical postage paid at Fall River Mills, CA 96028, U.S.P.S. #507630 • Adjudicated as a legal newspaper for the county of Shasta, November 8,1982 by Superior Court Decree #74779 Playoffs will begin for the team on November 15 at home against League Champions. Congratulations to the Fall River Varsity Volleyball team for being Shasta Cascade W elcome to winter! Well, maybe. It has decided to tease us with a little snow and I don’t even have my hoses put aw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 8 November 2011

neck, back and hip pain as well os headaches. www.chiropracticforhealth.com :all FOR AN APP )INTMFN indrw WeiL M.D -Saturday NiglitIV m Li Y'rrrlc fit mil: SENIORS 20% DISCOUNT It could be your hair cut! Cathy is am at Mane Street Attraction Owner Pam Martin Over 40 years experience Men & Women Cell 949-2150 37043 Main Street Burney Special Projects Funds which directly supports the two programs. Contributions are fully tax-deductible, greatly appreciated and there is no deadline. Please make checks payable to AAUW SPF, place either Local Scholarships or Tech Trek on the subject line, and mail to AAUW, P. O. Box 761, Burney, CA 96013. Thank you, in advance, for your support. If chocolates/ candies are not on your holiday list, you may wish to contribute directly to the In-termountain-Fall River Mills AAUW Branch’s If you are interested in purchasing See’s for holiday giving, please contact Kathy Urlie at 335-4030 no later than Friday, November 18, 2011 to place an order....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 8 November 2011

Page A - 4 November 8, 2011 Mountain Echo Obituary There will be a grave side gathering on Saturday November 12th at 10: 00 a. m. at the Old Burney Cemetery. She moved to Burney in 1943 and was the coowner of the Shell Station in Burney with her husband Gene for years. She was active in the Lion’s Auxiliary. Arma Lois passed away from natural causes at Mayer’s Memorial Hospital Burney Annex on November 1, 2011 at the age of 90. She is survived by her 3 children, Gerry Zumwalt of Tucson, AZ, Buck Shoemaker, and Tommy Shoemaker both of Burney, 7 grandchildren, and 7 great grand children. Arma Shoemaker Arma Lois Shoemaker was born in Birmingham, Alabama on March 6, 1921. Raider Review Ripping ag soils topic of meeting D A bl «B7 e 43402 Hwy 299E * Fall River Mills, s Dr. Anthony O’Geen, UC Davis Extension Soils Specialist will talk about modification of soils to improve agricultural productivity. For more information call Farm Advisor Dan Marcum at 3365784. Ripping agricultural soils ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 8 November 2011

ill* w V Ml L >tf> ■4: V Roy Conner's WeD & Pump Service Little Country Church Kitchen Moore's Country Fall River Wild Rice Glenn Hawes Shasta County Supervisor Burney VFWPost #5698 8 Bur no v 3354991 Burney 299-3427 din !,ir«:rtt 336-7226 McArthur 336-5222 Fall River Mil 335-2215 Volcano Rock & Carpenter Trucking Dr. William Schmunk, DDS Superior Avenue Steel Express Precision Lube Tri Counties Bank 33&6291 335-5372 336-6142 McArthur Duncan's Frosty 335*5500 ohnson Par 335-2196 Burney PitRivei Casino Frank Watkins Insurance Fort Crook Museum American Legion Post 441 O Burney Moraine Associates Insurance Services 336-7334 Fall River Mills 335-2334 Burney 294-5677 Bieber 336-5110 Fall River Mills Ray's Food Place 3365575 Fall River Mills McDonald's Chapel Fall River Family Pharmacy Double "S" Automotive Burney . #FDOI012 335-2247 336-6555 Fall River Mills Valley Hardware & Nursery 336-5583 Fall River Mills 336-5905...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 8 November 2011

Dis osal Paint Barn! Station FREE OF CHARGE! Bring your usable latex paint to the Paint Barn at the Burney Transfer The Burney Transfer Station is open Wednesdays & Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m, 374S4B Cornaz Dr * Burney * 335*2723 10 Miles North on Mc Arthur Road to Dana 23076 Melzger Road Reservations Recommended Full Cocktail Bar & Dining PUMPKIN PIE A LA MODE K FLAVOR OF THE MONTH i November 12th Working on a project? Before you purchase new paint, come see if the Paint Barn has what you need. All pain 1 from the Paint Barn is FREE! Think it hasn’t happened here? This is a BHS hallway featured on You Tube, October 2010. our office for more information about the Call or stop b new Paint Barn! Reprinted with permission that this type of behavior will no longer be tolerated or accepted. A case must be made for mandatory expulsion when dealing with girl aggression and girl violence. tions. A message needs to be sent to all girls bullying other girls increas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 8 November 2011

Ik 50 50 SPOTLIGHT CORD PACK outdoor 25’ and 15’ i Brennan Gilligan The Bulldogs took the lead early in the third quarter, and added an insurance TD with 2: 58 left in the game, and Austin Doers intercepted a Cougar pass allowing Fall River to run out the clock for the win. Late in the second period, Fall River found themselves trailing, 148, but on the final play of the half, the Bulldogs muscled in a TD to knot the score at 14-all at halftime. The Li’l Dogs finished the conference season at 4-0 to earn the top honors. WEED - A 24-14 win over host Weed, brought the Fall River JV football team the championship of the ShastaCascade League - in undefeated style. Deck Your Photo by Ron Mosher GOOD DEFENSE... Big Valley’s Hunter Hawkins makes the grab on Happy Camp ball carrier, while teammate Freddie Rodriguez (# 52) comes charging in. totalled 153 yards on 29 carries with one TD and a 2-point conversion. Jake Moore added another 103 yards in 17 totes. sion pass. Tanner Gallion complet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 8 November 2011

Here’s how the scoring unfolded: Etna put points up first to take an early first quarter 7-0 lead. Apparently that didn’t sit well with the Raiders, as they went on an onslaught of TD’s to score 33 unanswered points. First it was quarterback Luke Urlie rushing for a TD. Then Barry Wyrick notched the team’s second to put Burney on top 13-7, and they never relinquished the lead after that. In the second quarter, Robert Wall rushed for his first TD, and followed it up just a little over a minute later with touchdown number two. Lineman Kyle Taylor then got in on the scoring. After picking up a fumble and taking it down to the one-yard line, coach McClurg felt he earned the right to score, so gave him the ball two times in a row, and he scored on the second plunge. Etna then notched TD number two. Burney countered with JJ Villarruel’s first of two TD’s, with Etna getting the last TD of the half to make it Burney 41, Etna 19 at halftime. In the third period, T. J. Arendt rushed for Burne...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 8 November 2011

Burney JV’s sweep FR Photo by Ron Mosher J. V. ACTION... Burney’s Dante Bertain digs out serve in Burney’s win over Fall River Thursday. Shasta-Cascade FOOTBALL LGE OVA Burney sweeps Mt. Shasta Jr-Hi Tournament Modoc FALL RIVER BURNEY Elna Weed LAST GAME RESULTS 4-6 Burney 69, Etna 19 Modoc 39, H. Christ. 8 Thursday, Nov. 10 Fall River at Chester, 7pm Dante Bertain served up five aces, while Shania murray had one ace and four kills. Rachel Baca had four aces and a kill, while Daisy Manzo slapped four kills and a pair of aces. “The girls came together and pulled off a beautiful win,” summed up coach Melissa Madden,“ We seemed to always lose by just a few points, this win was nice.” McARTHUR - The Burney Raiders JV squad swept Fall River here in volleyball Thursday, 25-12 and 25- Photo by Ron Mosher NET ACTION... Burney Raider Devyn Berlt sky’s to get ball at the net against Fall River’s Mandy Lakey in Thursday’s SCL final regular season match. Cal-North FOOTBALL AOs mm, LGE OVA W-L W...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 8 November 2011

FOR RENT FOR SALE The Shasta Local Agency Formation Commission ( Shasta LAFCO) announces that the Public Member and Public Member Alternate positions will soon expire. Members of the general public are invited to submit applications for appointment to the positions. AUTOS WANTED 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) Due to two resignations, the Big Valley Joint Unified School District Board is calling for two provisional appointments to fill two vacated seats. Community members wishing to be considered for a provisional appointment must: Shasta LAFCO is made up of seven Regular Members and four Alternate Members as follows: HELP WANTED/ DRIVERS THE BIG VALLEY JSUD in Bieber, CA is accepting applications for a Certified School Bus Driver - Probationary Part-time. This is for the 2011 — 2012 school year. Salary: $ 12.09/ ho...

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

Now Accepting Applications Cedarwood Apartments 24645 Fori Crook Ave.. Fall River Mills, CA fi602H 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-S73&, Mon-Fri, 9:00 AM to 3:00 pm. TDD# 1-800-735 2929. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and/employer. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY/ f=Y Pi EQUAL OPPORTLrNrm'ACCESS IS) Only $225,000 (530)336-5411 The world is 70% water, we take caie of the land! Wonderful family home Lots <>' rggm for crurdVen Large Stiop/Barn #770 Soldior Htn Dr. App 5 ac wilh Pond 1 Views $110,000 #781 Curve Street, Newer home on a hill! Visa. Nice! reduced to Si39,000 #7 S3 Big Vail ay beauty! 35 Treed acres. 4BR 2.5 bain home, great for full lime living pr huntmgr'fishing lodge POND! Wonderful views. Now only S240.OOD .#791 WATER FRONTAGE! Valley views. 4 BR 2B two story home, plus 2 bonus rooms, d...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 8 November 2011

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