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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

By P HIL N EL SON Forest Reserve paymen ts were created to compensa te counties holdin g vast tracts of federal lands for tax reve- nue they would receive if the land were privately owned and logged. The old formula will only provide a tiny frac-tion of the safety net fund-ing the schools and roads have received since 2000 that was based on histor-ic levels of timber harvest If an extension of the bill is not authorized by Con- gress, the annual $ 1.4 mil-lion safety net payment will go away and Forest Reserve payments to national forest counties’ schools and roads will revert to 25 percent of ac- tual receip ts genera ted from activities on national forest lands within the count y. He added that the dis-trict is also anticipating the loss of $ 1.4 million in feder-al funding which is the com- bined amount it has been re-ceiving for Trinity High and Weaverville Elementary schools through the expire d Secure Rural Schools and Communities Self-Determi-nation Act of 2000. The district’...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

The county is heading for big trouble and I don’t know if I could help save it if elected. I think Dero Forslund and Dave Nelson have a pretty good handle on the problem, but the board does not listen to Dave FROM DAVID HAMMER WEAVERVILLE Another department head was told she may be held personally liable for a $ 75,000 budget deficit. The financial problems the county faces will not be fixed by publicly blaming department heads and threatening when he asks them:“ Where is the money coming from that you just authorized to be spent?” The pool is just one example. Against nuclear reactors I will continue to devote much of my time to community service, such as the Trinity Alps Performing Arts Center, the Weaverville Gateway Project, and Rotary Camp Royal youth leadership camp. I feel that my energy and skills can be better utilized on projects that I know are achievable, without impairing my health. I wish to thank all those who supported and voted for me in the primary election. I part...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

The campground features an amphitheater, boat ramp, swim beach and hiking trails. In addition to free snacks and prizes, registered participants took part in a scavenger hunt. Forest Service employees were tied up at the fi res and were unable to be at the event, but other agencies helped out. A Fun in the Forest event was held at Tannery Gulch Campground on Saturday. The special session for children was presented by the U. S. Forest Service, Hodge Management, and the National Recreation Association. At top left, Pat Frost of the Trinity County Resource Conservation District shows an animal skull to a group of children. Clockwise, Tommy McCuan, 6, of Redding, with a pine cone he found as part of a scavenger hunt; Hanna McCuan, 8, of Redding, with a possum fur; and Nevaeh Walker, 4, of Weaverville, examines a skull. I Central 2008 Scholarship Winners! Congratulations Coast Photos by PHIL NELSON Jerri’s Styling Salon Yes, we are expanding & restyling our salon Input sought...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

Dianne Feinstein ( D), Hart Senate Office Building, Room 331, Washington, D. C. 20510, ( 202) 224-3841; or 1 Post Street, Suite 2450, San Francisco, CA 94104, ( 415) 393-0707. E-mail by going to: www. senate. gov. U. S. REPRESENTATIVE - 2nd District Wally Herger ( R), 2433 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, D. C. 20515, ( 202) 225-3076; or 410 Hemsted Drive, Suite 115, Redding, CA 96002, 223-5898. E-mail by going to: http:// www. house. gov/ writerep/ STATE SENATOR - 4th District Samuel Aanestad ( R), State Capitol, Room 5061, Sacramento, CA 95814. ( 916) 445-3353; or 777 Cypress Ave., Redding, CA 96001. Phone 225-3142. E-mail senator. aanestad @ sen. ca. gov Barbecue for Downriver Fire Co. The DVF responds to the communities of Helena, Big Flat, Big Bar and Del Loma. They answer fire calls, medical calls, water incidents and vehicular accidents from the North Fork Bridge to the Hayden Flat Campground. As with other volunteer de- ine and Kathy Rose for their dedication in th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

On Tuesday, resources on the Iron Complex included 10 crews, 7 engines, 3 helicopters, 5 bulldozers and 3 water tenders. 400 personnel were assigned. There are fires outside the Iron and Lime complexes as well on both A command post for the Iron Complex has been set up in Junction City on Dutch Creek Road by the fire hall. “Our campground was fully booked for this coming weekend, but people have started canceling,” said Gail Colucci, who owns Trinity Adventure Park in Big Flat with her husband, Mike. “I was upstairs in my apartment when the thunder went,” Colucci said.“ All the car alarms in the campground went off.” The possibility of long-lasting fires is not good news to Trinity County businesses that depend on tourism. the Shasta-Trinity and Six Rivers national forests in Trinity County. In the Six Rivers forest, the Mad River Ranger District reported 30 fires early this week, but 20 of those had been 100 percent contained. In one fire-related incident, the California Highway Pa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

If— > c > c 6 a. m. 6: 30 a. m. FRIDAY, JULY 4TH Anvil Firing, Lowden Park Pancake Breakfast, Lowden Park Cook Shack 8 a. m. Softball Tournament, Ball Diamond 9 a. m. 10 a. m. 10: 45 a. m. 2 p. m. til 10 p. m. 5 p. m. til 7 p. m. 11: 30 a. m. 7: 00 p. m. 8 p. m. 10 p. m. Melodrama“ Egad, the Woman in White” @ TAPAC Street Dance, Lions Stage,“ Bender” Bellydance, Mamma Llama, $ 6.00 cover charge Fireworks by Zambelli, Elementary School ( Alcohol & Tobacco Free Campus) Arm Wrestling, Lowden Park Rotary Parade Paintball Competition, Lowden Park Bell Ringing, Bandstand Museum & Blacksmith Open, Museum Stamp Mill Runs, Museum Community Band, Bandstand Arts & Crafts Fair, Highland Art Center Concessions Open, Train Rides Ice Cream Social, Congregational Church 8 a. m. 8: 30 a. m. Horseshoe Tournament, Sign-ups, Horseshoe Pits SATURDAY, JULY 5TH Softball Tournament, Ball Diamond 9 a. m. 9: 30 a. m. 10 a. m. Horseshoe Tournament, Hor...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

6. This is the be ginning of games to ge t to the Little League World Series. They a three-game series against the Weaverville All-Stars. The teams split the first two games, so it came down to the third game, as Hayfork out-scored the Weaverville team in the six-inning contest. Frida y nig ht in Weaverville saw Ha yfork’s 9-and 10-year-o ld All-Stars take the best of In the first game, played in Lewiston on Tuesday against the Redding Rockies, Trinity won 19-6. The second game, played in Reddin g on Wednes- day, was a make-u p game agains t the Reddin g Red Sox, and Trinit y won 6-4. Trinit y Dod gers’ Kod y Bi gham was the lead-off hitter, and he did something rare in baseball – he hit a first- pitch home run. The next games were Trinit y Dod gers, the 13and 14-year-old team playing in the Reddin g Youth Base- ball League, had a great week playing four games in four days and winning all of them. first In game No. 1, Kody Big-ham had two doubles and played in Lewiston on Satur- day...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

to be very reliable and are highly respected for quality of products. Heather, of River Ranch Road, is selling raspberries from their garden, which is near the Trinity River and has great soil. For details about the Farmers Market, call Kelly Corrigan, 623-6821. KIDS: Now that school is out, what are the options for activities? The Parks and Recreation Dept.: Pool is open Mon.-Sat., 1-4 p. m.; for more info, call Kelly at 623-5925. Parks and Rec. also has the Gold Rush Basketball Camps, grades 8-12, Session # 2 for 2nd-7th 1-4 p. m., $ 60, for boys and girls. Volleyball Camp July 28-Aug. 1, at Trinity High School, $ 40, HRN, 5th-12th, with Julie Barcellona coach, contact HRN, 6232024. A Wilderness Trip, backpacking into the Trinity Alps, for ages 12-14, call HRN, 623-2024. An RCD activity is: Summer Camp, four weekly sessions, July 7Aug. 1, 9 a. m.-2 p. m. held at Young Family Ranch on Oregon Street. Register for $ 25 week, a variety of activities: arts-crafts, gardening, bird watch...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

Don’t forget that next week is July 4 and the fun will be in Weaverville. Please, be extra careful during this holiday. It goes without saying that fireworks can be dangerous. So, please, no sparklers at home or setting off your own fireworks. Fire danger is extremely high right now; the number of fire department volunteers is low. We just don’t need another fire to put us on the map. barbecue by Jess Rogers, a DJ and dancing and auctions from 5 to 9 p. m. You can get tickets for this event at Tracy’s Auto, Linda’s Looking Glass, Umpqua Bank and Scott Valley Bank. Adults are $ 12.50 and children under 12 are $ 5. All proceeds will help this year’s Relay for Life, which will be held Sept. 13 and 14 at Weaverville Elementary School. Congratulations to Jes- The Lewiston Sparkies will be holding their regular monthly meeting next Monday, July 7, at 3 p. m. at the Lewiston Community Center. Hope to see all members there. Call President Katie Quinn at 778-3307 if you have questions. On Sa...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

PREPARATION 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 Lic. 789871 Excavator 530-623-5936 P. O. Box 2626, Weaverville, CA 96093 “Bobcat” - Loader Backhoe Service Concrete Cutting, Breaking, and Removal Trenching / Auger Construction Clean-up Dump Truck Service General Building No Job to Small 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 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 T...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

hitch. $ 14,500 OBO. May be seen by calling 778-3523. 4-28-tfc PRIVATE MONEY TO LOAN on Real Estate. No qualifying! Wayne Burditt - 623-1917. Broker’s license # 00975889. 6-25-1tc 6-25-2tp GREAT PYRENEES PUPPIES— Have both parents. Mom AKC and father purebred. White, gentle giant, guardians of family and livestock. First shots and dewormed. $ 325. 625-5391. 6082. years! www. nutuyu. com 623-5050 Your Local car lot for 20 2-14-tfc NO QUALIFYING! Private money to loan on Real Estate. Joy Griner, broker # 01154399. INNOVATIVE HOME LOANS, 530-623-5588. 2000 CHEVY CAVALIER LS SEDAN— 98,000 miles, auto, A/ C. Economical and stylish. 30mpg. Very nice condition! # 157332, warranty included. $ 4,995. SPECIAL INTEREST CARS, 7783771. 6-18-2tc 6-25-2tp TANTS, per diem RADIOLOGIC ----------------------------------------- HELP KEEP TRINITY COUNTY GREEN! We haul off junk cars, running or not! 623-5050. NU TU YU AUTO SALES. 6-25-4tc TECHNOLOGIST. We offer competitive wages and benefit package. Relo...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

Our Offi ce Location: Mulligan ® Street State Hwy. 3 NORA COON, BROKER SANDY BECHTOLD, Realtor CHRISTY SPARACIO, Realtor MLS Reduced 4 bdrm., 1 bath home has lots of space. Furniture negotiable. Great covered patio for entertaining , hot tubw/ view of Trinity Alps. Detached 2car garage. One of the better locations in Lewiston Park. Current price $ 155,000 C3403 http:// www. MyTrinityHome. com or www. MyTrinityRealtor. com or www. tc-property for easy ALL County search Nearly new 3bed 2bath home located near the end of Kelso Ave. Quality appliances, custom counter tops, Hickory cabinets. Gas top cook-top, pergo in living area. Energy efficient windows, ceiling fans. Glass French doors , woodstove extensive decking. 400 sq. ft. unfinished basement w/ outside entry. Large concrete driveway w/ parking area. $ 320,000 A3424 611 Main St./ P. O. Box 250, Weaverville, CA 96093 STEVE HANOVER CRS 530-623-2392 PHIL PALMER, Broker 530-778-3639 Laird R. Crandell 530-623-3122 Off# 623-3356-TOLL F...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 25 June 2008

Wednesday, June 16, 1983 Fifty-five years ago, June 20, Lois Spratt and John R. Weil Jr. were married at the Congregational Church, in Weaverville. Lois’s parents, Steven and Blanche Spratt, were in attendance; Edna Bremer sang. ThreeHayforkvolunteerfire- Three Hayfork volunteer firemen were presented special awards at the department’s recent annual awards banquet. The Bent Nozzle Award was given to Dave Loefler, Fred Atwood received the Inspiring Fireman Award and Fireman of the Year Award went to Wayne Simonson. 150 YEARS AGO Saturday, June 26, 1858 Greenhood & Newbauer have removed to their new banking-house, next to Blake & Co. The room is fitted up in the finest style of woodwork and painting. We have not seen a banking house so elegantly fitted up in the mountains. Their treasure is kept in a five thousand pound, thiefproof safe; their assay furnace is in rear of the office and, so far as we can see, nothing is wanting to make the establishment complete...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

Other aspects of the bill include requirements that local agencies certify that state regulations concerning water pressure, road widths, turnouts and defensible space are being followed--and that any new subdivision has at least two access roads in and out for emergency equipment and evacuations. Furthermore, the board argues that the proposed legislation does not seem to take into account the existence of many volunteer fire departments and fire companies that provide essential fire protection in rural California counties. The Trinity supervisors’ letter to Aanestad states that “while we can all agree that new developments should be made as fire safe as possible, the emphasis should be on management of the forest lands in Trinity County by the federal agencies that control some 75 percent of the lands. These lands have evolved into a state of extreme fire danger due to the lack of forest management that would significantly reduce the fire hazard in the state responsibility areas.”...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

4: 45 4: 45 4: 45 7: 00 7: 00 7: 00 7: 00 7: 00 7: 00 7: 00 ( NA) Weaverville, 7 p. m., Serenity in Trinity meeting, PUD building, Weaverville. ( NA) Hayfork, 7 p. m., 12Step study/ discussion, Solid Rock Church on Tule Creek Rd. & Hwy. 3. Call Jeff at 628-4345 or Eddie at 628-4285. ( OA) Lewiston Overeater’s Anonymous, 6 p. m., Lewiston Community Center on Texas Ave. ( AA) Weaverville Women’s Meeting, 6: 15 to 7: 15 p. m., Golden Age Center, Browns Ranch Road. Northern Lights, red building next to the IOOF Hall. ( NA) Lewiston, 6 p. m., dinner meeting, Trinity River Recovery Lodge. by PHIL NELSON This 5-year-old, male Jack Russell cross, white with brown spots, is 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. Looking ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

We received a note from Ed Bates, who used to live around here but now lives in Rock port Texas, and still subscribes to the Journal. He sent a check for the Save the Mule Bridge Fund, and made the comment that he remem- bers when the“ Hyampomer-anians” showed up at a su- pervisors meeting to oppose Mr. Bonomini’s recommen- dation to abandon the bridge. He says it may have been the onl y time in histor y that John Ra pf and Tom Loo p agree d on somethin g! Man y thanks to him for the lau gh and his generous donation. We called the caterin g company, Blagg’s out of Bel-la Vista ( 530-549-5522), to find out if they were going to include these people in their staff. We got the runaround from these folks; no one knew or was willin g to share any information. From what we understand, instead of fresh- ly cooked meals, the men will now be getting buck-ets trucked in from the Hay-for k fair grounds, b y workers brought in from the people who came in with the com- pany. No one around here i...

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

I said thank you and also com- And ( I believe even more importantly) I asked if there were injuries among the firefighters. I was told there was one injury ( didn’t catch what the person’s position was,) but it was not serious. The firefighter seemed startled that I asked, and said they don’t usually hear that. I called the Weaverville Ranger Station this morning after hearing rumorslastnightaboutstructures rumors last night about structures burning. ( The firefighter sounded mind-numbing tired.) I was much relieved to hear that as of Friday morning, although many were threatened, no structures had been lost. FROM CAROL PASCH WEAVERVILLE Please let us not forget to show them our appreciation now while they are all still here working so hard for us. Many of these firefighters are here far from their own homes, facing dangers willingly for people they don’t know and will never see again. We mustn’t wait till it’s over to express our appreciation based on the final outcome. This is no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

by PHIL NELSON New shoe, clothing store John and Roxanne Woodhouse at their new business. Clothing ranges from light-weight pants that convert to shorts and provide extra protection from ultraviolet rays to cotton T-shirts. The store carries sandals, running and walking shoes and boots from New Balance, Danner, Montrail and D. C., to name a few. Clothing lines include Columbia Sportswear and Life is Good. The store has a selection of pants, shorts, tops and windbreakers for men and women. Children’s clothing is on the way. longer-distance ultrathons, she selects clothing that works with an active lifestyle. An avid runner who competes in marathons and even Roxanne has 25 years of experience in shoe sales, and opening her own combination clothing and shoe store has been a dream for many years, she said.“ I’ve thought there was a niche for that in this town.” The Woodhouses also own the Trinity Lanes bowling alley. John and Roxanne Woodhouse of Weaverville opened Main Street Shoes in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

The Red Cross DAT will conduct this drill as if a real danger existed for us. The shelter will open at 1 p. m. and will close after a free spaghetti dinner. COMMUNITY FIRE DRILL: Perhaps you have noticed the posters that have popped up around the North Forty area announcing a fire drill that will give our Red Cross Disaster Action Team a chance to get the experience of opening the shelter and evacuating people into it and give the community a chance to experience the process. * Campfires are not al- * No campfires or charcoal fires except inside established campfire sites within Forest Service developed camp- grounds and other developed recreation sites and designated fire-safe sites. in- As the Fourth of July weekend approaches, fire restrictions have been implemented clude: in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, and additional restrictions apply to the Trinity Alps Wilderness. Fire restrictions * Welding or operating an acetylene or other torch device with an open flame is prohibi...

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