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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

SMC Photos tell the story of the fi res that threatened parts of Junction City last week. Top left and right, vegetation burning near the sides of the roadway caused crews to close Highway 299 at the Junction City Store Thursday ( top center). Right, a fi re crew arrives at the smoke-shrouded Junction City incident command post. Below, fi re crews work to contain the fi re along Highway 299. It’s Happy Hour at Picture Perfect Join us on our maiden voyage of the Art Cruise! Enjoy good food, good music & meet featured artist Allison Talbott Saturday, July 5th 4 to 8 pm Courthouse Square bottom level 623-5339 Three horses belonging to Cheryl Stinnett, above, of Junction City were among the animals housed at the Trinity County Animal Shelter during last week’s evacuation. Photos by PHIL NELSON -Works byDaniel Molyneux Wood & Salt-fired Ceramic -On ExhibitionTrial By Fire: Exploitations of the Vessel July 4th-27th 2008 Hours: Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm Sunday 11...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

Email:_________________ $ 100 per brick Please make check payable to TAPAC by PHIL NELSON Fire threat lessens Firefighters work along Highway 299 between Junction City and Big Flat last Thursday. - Mad Complex on the Six Rivers Forest, Mad River Ranger District, 2,644 acres. - Hells Half Complex on the Six Rivers Forest, about three miles southwest of Burnt Ranch, 2,440 acres, 20 percent contained with estimated full containment date of July 31. Forest within and adjacent to the Trinity Alps Wilderness, 13 fires, 2,650 acres, 2 percent contained. your own brick Campaign Brick Trinity Players Box 453, Weaverville, CA 96093 ( 530) 623-8695 TRINITY ALPS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER Trinity County. People of all ages are welcome to attend. The meeting is subject to change pending fire and smoke conditions in Trinity County. For more information and the meeting location, contact John Rapf, Trinity County coordinator for the Obama for America Campaign, at 628-4890, or visit www. barackobama. co...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

Belly dancer at Mamma Llama Mamma Llama Coffeehouse will celebrate the Fourth of July with exotic belly dancing artist Deeta Pasero, starting at 8 p. m. The daughter of Zaramaya, an instructor and performer of Oriental belly dance for over 30 years, Pasero began performing belly dance professionally at the age of 7. Over the years, she mastered the Zaramaya technique and has participated in workshops all over the United States, studying with master teachers. An award-winning performer and instructor of Middle Eastern dance, Pasero directs Redding’s eclectic belly dance troupe Modern Gypsy and produces Shasta County’s annual professional stage production“ Belly Dance Extravaganza!” Tickets to Friday night’s performance are $ 6. While you are downtown, stop in at some of the other open businesses including Trinity Treasures, The Garden Cafe, Meredith Family Vineyards Wine Tasting, Christopher Robin’s and the Weaverville Hotel and Emporium. cruise list is the Picture Perfect Framing Ga...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

Saturda y, June 30, 1883 Weaverville theatre: Tuesday, June 27,“ Farewell to Arms” with Helen Hayes. Sat., July 1,“ You Said Mrs. Stanford Scott of Reddin g visited here this week with her niece, Mrs. Leonard M. Morris and family. 75 YEARS AGO Saturday, June 24, 1933 Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Glasscock of Santa Monica spent last Sunday and part of Monday in our city. Mr. Glasscock is a noted California au- thor and historical writer. He de-rives a great satisfaction from the knowled ge that the thin gs he is now recordin g with the prin ted word mig ht otherwise be lost to histo-ry. His next book will deal with the historic mining camps at Northern California. Steve Hubbell, a Weaverville art-ist, won second place with his pencil drawing at the ninth annual George Phippen Memorial Art Show in Prescott Arizona. Bob Rowen, son of Bob and Shir- ley Rowen of Weaverville, has been offered a pro fessional baseball con- tract with the Los An geles Dodg-e rs. Rowen, 18, left earl y this week for t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

The Vision Statement is an expression of the values and general goals for the county through the year 2030. In this statement, the GPAC tried to capture and express the intrinsic qualities that make living in Trinity County a high-quality experience, while acknowledging the challenges. The Vision Statement reflects the general direction and guidance the GPAC will use when recommending goals and policies in The Trinity County General Plan Advisory Committee ( GPAC) has prepared a Vision Statement to guide the General Plan Update process that it has undertaken, according to Chair Colleen O’Sullivan. He will be buried at the Veterans Cemetery in Igo. A memorial service will be held on July 16 at 10 a. m. He was a resident of Trinity County and Shasta County for 28 years. He was a member of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Redding. He is survived by his wife, Loretta; sister, Dorothy P. Marks; nieces and nephews, Cheryl Marks, Debra Miranda, Linda Truesdell, Robbie Davidson, Greg Marks a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

Happy birthday to Mike Hurley on July 7 - enjoy your Thora Ziegler is offering crochet classes at the Golden Needles Shop ( formerly Prima Dona) in Weaverville on Thursday nights from 6 to 8 p. m. For $ 10 per class, you will get individual instructions. Beginners to experts are welcome to attend. Golden Needles is located near the Weaverville Hotel on Main Street. For more information, call Thora at 7789983 or Sonia at the shop, 623-5850. and there will be food, raffles and, of course, wine! Admission is $ 10 and you need to bring a chair or two. Hope to see you there. ThoraZieglerisoffering This Saturday, starting at 7 p. m., One Maple Winery will be having a party to celebrate their two-year anniversary. The Retrofits dance band will be playing, munity Center on Texas Avenue. The board of directors includes Jenni Brookins, Tom Covington, Mel Deardorff, Joe Kasper and Bob Mordecai. They make decisions about the Lewiston Fire Department, the Community Park and the facilities. They ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 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 Home Groups/ Bible Studies throughout the week Lead Pastor John Shearer DRAFTING/ WEAVERVILLE Church Outfitters For All Your Hunting, Fishing & Camping Needs 623-4999 CA lic. # 839288 Saturday Lewiston Sunday 271 Main Street Weaverville Pastor Jack Wilhite, 623-4387 Plew Plumbing & Electrical, Inc. dba. Plew Plumbing CA Lic # 535240 Pump & Well Work Plumbing Repairs New Construction Drain Cleaning 623-6591 After Hours 623-3536 DECOR Travis Michel, owner 530-623-4695 Repairs New Construction Remodels DRYWALL ALPS house plans architectural drafting Title 24 energy calcs Greg Gardner 623.2613 Reasonable Rates HERK SHRINER Cal # 736743 623-1926 Land Leveling • Septic Tanks Trenches • Driveways • Seepwells Earthwork & Paving • Water Truck ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

SCHMIDT’S LAWNS N STUFF — Lawn mowing, weed eating, and general yard maintenance and fire safe preparation. Call Paul at 623-3603. 5-28-tfc 6-4-08-5-27-0952tp A SAFE PLACE TO TALK— Weekly women’s peer support group for any domestic violence survivor in or out of the abusive relationship. We know the abuse effects stay with you for years. Come in and learn how to get your life back. Call the Human Response Network, 623-2024 or 623-HELP for more information. RVs 2002 22 FT. CATALINA LITE TRAVEL TRAILER in good condition. $ 8,500 OBO. 623-7129. 4-2-tfc assistance. 5-21-08-5-13-09p 1980. Call 24-hr. hotline - 623HELP ( 623-4357), collect okay. Human Response Network, 111 Mountain View St., Weaverville. Walk-ins welcome. No fee HELP KEEP TRINITY COUNTY GREEN! We haul off junk cars, running or not! 623-5050. NU TU YU AUTO SALES. 6-25-4tc 6-11-4tp Bashaw & Jesse Reiter. PERSONALS CONFIDENTIAL CRISIS LINE helping domestic violence or sexual assault victims since 7-2-4tc a differ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 2 July 2008

2103887- NEARLY 10 ACRES- y i 2104262- IN TOWN LOCATION- This Immaculate home is located on quiet street, backing up to“ Community Forest” for a bit of privacy yet with all the convenience of being in town. Low maintenance yard is completely fenced with tall trees, views of mountains, raised garden beds, oversized dbl. garage with large workbench. 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is well maintained, patio, large private deck to enjoy evening sunsets. Inviting covered front porch provides plenty of curb appeal, interior features numerous skylights, breakfast bar, vaulted ceilings, wainscoting, pantry, woodstove and forced air heat. Priced at $ 178,000. 2104391- PRIVATE ACREAGE NEAR WEAVERVILLE- Perfect place to build you Summer retreat. Property has native grove of Pine, Cedar. Douglas Fir and Madrone trees. Bear creek runs through the west side of the property. Nice level area for building sites with wonderful views. Rough in driveway through property. Asking $ 200,000. 2104416- FULLY REMODEL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 July 2008

E 8« . ! Morris said he is getting some support from Republicans as well as Democrats. On Monday, fire approached Flat. Fortunately, It is week 3 of the light-ning-caused fires in Trinity County, and the individual blazes continue to take turns acting up. Meanwhile, all of the wildfires — plus planned burnouts to reduce fuels ahead of the flames – are casting a smoky haze across the county. By AMY GITTELSOHN This past week, due to the Eagle Fire, there was an evacuation advisory for Big Flat on Thursday, which was Priorities on the Zeigler Fire are to build direct line on the western perimeter and burn out as necessary. The Colony to the upper end of the road. Denny Road was closed from Trinity Village to Denny except to residents with identification. Due to activity on the 876-acre Zeigler Fire, which is part of the Iron Complex, the Sheriff’s Department on Tuesday issued an evacuation advisory, meaning“ be prepared,” for residents of Trinity Village, Hawkins Bar and Denny. A manda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 July 2008

Looking for a home Weather and Lake Report Also on July 7, release into Clear Creek Tunnel was 1,474 c. f. s. and release into the Trinity River was 1,920 c. f. s. Daily information about the Trinity River release is available by calling ( 530) 246-7594. The lake is now 61.9 percent full. The lake was 73.9 percent full a year ago. The lake stored 1,516,052 acre feet with an elevation of 2,304.50 feet and a maximum depth of 400.50 feet. Water flowed into the lake at a rate of 497 cubic feet per second ( c. f. s.). crest. On July 7, 2008, Trinity Lake was down 3.31 feet from the preceding week. The lake level was 65.50 feet from the Tuesday 1 Wednesday 2 Thursday 3 Friday 4 Saturday 5 Sunday 6 Monday 7 Averages Rain for week: 0 Rain to date for year starting July 1, 2008: 0 Weather a year ago Average High 105 Low 58 Rain to date: 0 Low For the week ending July 7, 2008 High 90 90 86 85 87 94 104 91 Motorcycle rally canceled due to North State fires For more information, call Berry duri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 July 2008

The California Highway Patrol reported a fatal vehicle accident in western Trinity County Tuesday afternoon. Fatal crash in Trinity Attorney Derek Cole is to serve as county counsel with He noted that Cota, Duncan and Cole is a fairly large firm with“ significant experience and capacity.” Forslund said there are a number of unknown factors “in how to make this work with someone out of the area, so that’s why we’re recommending a three-month contract — to see how it works for us and for them too.” County Administrative Officer Dero Forslund said several local law offices were solicited and a request for proposals was also advertised statewide to provide part-time county counsel services. There were only two responses — one from the Roseville firm of Cota, Duncan and Cole and one from an Arcata attorney. No local attorneys applied. As a cost-saving measure, the board of supervisors decided in May to reduce county counsel services from a full-time county position to a part-time, indepe...

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

inside, noting the support for our local firefighters coming from Hy- mor in the face of terrifying prospects. Watching the Hyampom Volunteer Fire Department from the How do we prepare for the inconceivable? How much treasure are we willing to put into response-abil-ity? From here in Hyampom, where we have had smoke-veiled days with 200-yards visibility for weeks now, I’ve seen example after example of personal resilience and even hu- Is this what they call“ black swans” on Wall Street? Something utterly inconceivable until it happens? Until very recently $ 4.00 per gallon gas was also inconceivable. Food prices are on the rise and economists are scratching their heads, never having seen a confluence of events like this before. With the economic and climate-change wild cards playing out before us, it appears that we are entering a period of increased instability. That’s what insurance companies, whose business it is to predict risk, are concluding as we watch our insurance rates ris...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 July 2008

We headed north again to spend a few more days with Raymond JD as we returned to Hayfork. One day we spent several hours at the Autry National Center of the American West. This was our second visit and we enjoyed it immensely. They had a special showing of Cowboys and Presidents. Brought back many memories of former United States presidents and our current President George W. Bush. we were young and we went to Forest Lawn. I told him about the Lord’s Supper, museum, etc. The next morning Raymond and I went to Forest Lawn. Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper stained glass window has been recreated and we viewed it. It is absolutely fabulous! Visited the Hall of the Crucifixion and Resurrection which houses the world’s largest painting of the crucifixion and the world’s second largest painting of the resurrection, 195 by 45 feet. Bonnie Zeugin went to Ghost Ranch, N. M. Rita Cordrey came from Colville, Wash., and met Bonnie in Albuquerque so the ladies could attend the dig together. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 July 2008

r r —• -it I 1 Jfe As the River Flows By TERRI LEACH & BECKY HALL hyampomer@ earthlink. net Box 43, Hyampom, CA 96046 Mamma Llama Coffeehouse in Weaverville will host Dorian Michael and Kenny Blackwell on Saturday, July 12, at 8 p. m. Michael has played about every style of guitar and in every type of venue a blue collar musician could hope for. After years of honky-tonk electric guitar in Southern California, his focus has moved to fi ngerstyle guitar and composition and now he’s trying to get his fl at picking chops up to keep up with mando- Dorian Michael and Kenny Blackwell Guitar and mandolin music Tickets are $ 12 in advance and $ 15 at the door. styles ranging from Celtic and bluegrass to blues, jazz and beyond. the Grand Ol’ Opry and Tokyo Disneyland. He also composes instrumental music in Blackwell studied mandolin with Jethro Burns before moving to California in 1978. He has worked with Linda Ronstadt, Neil Diamond and Johnny Rivers, and has performed all over ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 July 2008

m :i - v • ■ • x ■ ♦ "i Stopping the Eagle Fire The Bravo section of the Eagle Fire that has threatened Big Flat and parts of Junction City is a strip of fire line about eight miles long along the southeast side of the fire. The line includes U. S. Forest Service Road 33N41, west of Junction City. A division of about 80 firefighters was working on this section of fire line last week to keep the Eagle Fire on the west side of the road. The work has included limbing trees to prevent fire from climbing, and burnouts starting at the top of a ridge and“ backing down” to starve the wildfire of fuel before it reaches the On Wednesday last week, firefighters placed at intervals along the“ 41 Road” watched as the previous evening’s burnout smoldered and burned on the uphill side. There was an occasional torching tree to be seen, but for the most part the flames stayed low to the ground. The result was far different from a large area where the Eagle Fire did rip through, killing every tree. T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 July 2008

Alps Complex - on the Shasta-Trinity Forest within and adjacent to the Trinity Alps Wilderness, 11 fires, 826 acres, 75 percent contained. The Granite Fire continues to be held from moving west on the Canyon Creek Trail and is being held from moving south and east on the Bear Creek Trail. A short Lime Complex – 70 fires affecting the Hayfork, Hyampom and Wildwood areas, 44,774 acres, 68 percent contained. With increasing temperatures and low relative humidity, an increase in fire activity and more smoke is expected. Of the original 70 fires, 32 are contained but unburned fuels will continue to burn within the boundaries. Numerous fires are in remote areas with steep terrain and limited access. The Shas-ta-Trinity’s South Fork Management Unit ( Hayfork and Yolla Bolly Ranger Districts), including all Forest Service roads and trails, is closed. The closure does not include state and county roads or private lands. containment and the 876acre Zeigler Fire at 50 percent containment. P. O...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 July 2008

—- The Color Guard leads the 4th of July Parade on Main Street, with Jim Burgess, Sr., ( upper left) life-lon g resident of Trinit y Count y, serving as the Grand Marshal. Best of Show went to the Free to Learn Resource Center for their float ( at left) titled“ The Garden We Grew.” The Siskiyou Pipers, below, won Best Marching Group; they are firefighters and other volunteers from California and Oregon. A if * i— r v The spectators were as well decorated as the parade floats. Below, the Weaverville Waves Swim Team won“ best drill team” b y dis playing various swimming strokes on command from the coach. 3- . .1 *< r ■ ~* The“ most unique vehicle” award was won by the Trini- ty Count y Unic yclists, who say the y are brin ging balance to Trinity County one wheel at a time. Photos by PHIL NELSON Parade award results Back-country m p.\\ . . Electric West North Specializing in Electrical Installation • Hearing Evaluations • 30-Day Trial Period • Repair Lab In-Office Offering •...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 9 July 2008

V 1 m 4th of July fun at park -4. n Fourth of July events sponsored by the Weaverville Lions Club at Lowden Park included kids’ BMX races on Saturday and Kids’ Day with races and other events on Sunday. Paintball competitions were held Thursday and Friday at the arena. The producers of the paintball competition are the Friendly Fire Paintball Group of Steve Quaid, Steve Schmidt and James Price. Proceeds are to be donated to the Lions Club. Photos by PHIL NELSON -hooves the wau, Nature intended- ‘ Feed the Fish’ Derby coming this Saturday Fishing Report By E. B. Duggan ( 530) 629-3554 yen2fish@ yahoo. com The non-competitive session is open to the public, and women and junior shooters are especially welcome. Fees are $ 3 per adult and include targets. Juniors 16 and under, with parent, shoot free. The event takes place at the Club’s Cooper Gulch Range, located approximately three miles north of Lewiston on Trinity Dam Boulevard. The entrance is 100 yards north of the Cooper Gulch Cam...

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