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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

and his two adult sons and that they can help protect the home. “It’s not for everyone,” he said, adding that the rest of the family and the barnyard animals had evacuated. different when it’s on your property and your neighbors. It’s emotional.” “I have been on maybe 500 fires,” Shaw said.“ It’s firefighters jumped on them quickly. Although there were spot fires on his property from the burnout, Shaw said He does not fault the strategy of using fire to create a "black line" for firefighters to work with. “You have to do it this way,” Shaw said. firemen made that happen.” “We didn’t lose any homes,” he said.“ Only God and the The update says crews made excellent progress Monday, increasing containment of Tuesday’s update on the Iron Complex states that an additional unit of the California National Guard is coming to Trinity County to assist on the complex. fires throughout the complex. It said burn out operations ( Back page, this section) Concern over park upkeep I President Bush w...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

Lily is a 9-month-old Shih Tzu available for adoption at the Trinity County Animal Shelter. Last week’s German shepherd is still available. 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. Weather and Lake Report ( AA) Willow Creek, 7 p. m., Senior Resource Center on Highway 299. ( NA) Weaverville, noon, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on Hwy. 299. Free drop-in adult volleyball, 7 p. m., Lewiston Elementary School gym ( except in summer – behind Lewiston Hotel on Sand Ct.). Call Judy at 7783465. Crochet Class, 6-8 p. m., class fee. Taught by Thora Ziegler, at The Golden Needles, 493 Main St., Weaverville. Superior California Economic Development Department ( SCEDD) Microenterprise Development Program hosts free self-employment workshop. For time and more information call 623-2764. Thursday Night Stri...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

Saturday I tried a few fl ies in the early morning in front of my house with no results. Sunday I had a couple of customers from Napa and we fi shed from Salyer down to my house with only one real good hook-up which was a nice hatchery 5-pounder and Jason Aaron’s fi rst-ever steelhead. He got it all the way up to the boat before it broke the hook off at the plug just as I was about to net. It was a beautiful fi sh and Jason was thrilled to have such a great fi ghting fi sh right at his side. I was really sad that I couldn’t net it for him, but I guess that is why we call it“ fi shing” and not catching. On Thursday, I took a fi refi ghter from Redmond, Ore., and we had three hook-ups on half-pounders and three on adults. The adults were 7 to 8 pounds and only one was a hatchery fi sh. It was 8 pounds on the nose and very fat although only 26-plus inches in length. Soldiers from Fredericks’ Bravo Company receive their debriefi ng after mopping up on the Lime Fire before relocating to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

P. O. Box 340, 500 Main St., Weaverville, CA 96093 Phone ( 530) 623-2055 Fax ( 530) 623-5382 E-mail trinityjournal@ dcacable. net Mike Wenninger Editor Lloyd Smith, Bridget Carson composition / printing Ad composition Distributor Barry Leeder Phil Nelson Photography Consider facts on ‘ bed tax’ and that is expensive as hell with Yes, we should be able to salvage logs where site conditions allow ( it shouldn’t be allowed on steep 60-percent slopes and on erodible granitic soils except by chopper — in forest fires, the loss of wildlife habitat once the 10-year browse bloom of huge clear-cuts brushed over, and conifer replantings failing to take on native hardwood sites. In short, treating our diverse and productive forests as if they were agricultural croplands. No one thought of the ecological consequences of short 50-or 60year rotations creating in many places green deserts of unthinned plantations of Douglas fir and p. pine monocultures — that liquefy where there had been 5 or 10 t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

ground.” Everyone is invited to this night of music and community spirit in the Tribal Stomp tradition. Organizers said,“ Let’s see if we can dance those fl ames into the The Trinity Tribal Stomp has been canceled due to the continuing fi res in the area – but, all is not lost. Rising out of its ashes is the Trinity Fire Stomp, a one-night concert that will take place this Saturday, July 26, at Lee Fong Park in Weaverville. Gates open at 4 p. m. and the concert starts at 5 p. m. By JIM MacFARLANE ( 530) 623-2324 Golden Age Center News The night of the dinner, Debbie had timed the arrival of the two couples, Brian and Mary and Ken and Diane When one of us bids on or buys something from our two fi re department fund raisers, we really get our money’s worth. Brian and Mary Bogdanich placed the winning bid at this year’s CCVFD Chili Feed/ Auction for a dinner for four hosted by Greg and Debbie Amoss, that was served by their pond at the front of their property. To heighten the suspense,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

In spite of all the smoke last weekend and the wrong date on the ad in the Journal, the third annual River Rock & Roll held last Saturday was a lot of fun. The Ret-ro-Fits dance band donated their time and talents to this fund-raiser for the Trinity County Relay for Life. Various teams sold chicken teriyaki, baked potatoes, hot dogs, cookies and drinks. The dancing on the cool lawn in bare feet was a treat. Watching Tracy Mitchell do the“ Hand Jive” with wife, Kathy, and friend Linda Scribner was a hoot. Tracy did great! Jack Hubbard was voted the man having the happiest feet in town as he danced to the lively rock and roll. The Lewiston De-Lit-ter Bugs sponsored the event and thank everyone who attended and especially thank the Band - Bill, Steve, Charlie and Rick. You guys are the best! Summer is just full of fund-raisers and I have been asked to remind you to save the date for the 12th Annual Ice Cream Social & Dessert Auction, which will be Sunday, Aug. 3...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

est. 1980 The Term 2-year term $ 2,500 minimum opening deposit 3.65% APY* is Right! This is one of a series of articles sponsored by the Hayfork Chamber of Commerce. The TRINITY JOURNAL Pool is open during construction Hayfork Video, movies and more cently received a call from Southern California from someone she didn’t even know, to get the current status on the local fires. Her counter was, of course, covered with maps and the latest updates, so she was able to share this information. “When all is said and done, we try to take the time to occasionally watch one of the 2,500 movies we have in stock,” said Eastlick. Of course she couldn’t run such a diverse business so efficiently without her dedicated staff. When Karen’s not there, and sometimes when she is, you’ll find Tiffany Payne and Peggy Klaproth at the store being very efficient and helpful. “I’ve been going to Hayfork Video since I first came to Hayfork,” said longtime customer Bill Musick.“ The convenient variety of servic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

in San Diego ( 2003),” said Opliger, who is from the San Bernardino National Forest. “We lost 22 civilians because they waited too long to go.” One firefighter also died. The situation in Junction City took a turn last Thursday, when sheriff’s deputies went door-to-door “Airplanes don’t put out wildfire,” he said.“ They only slow it down so we can get on the ground … You must get fireline to mineral soil.” From the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Information Officer Steve Ritchie said the air attack on the fire has been stepped up when the smoke clears, but aircraft can’t actually put out fires over a half-acre in size. “We don’t really trust them to take care of things,” she said. Walters and her husband have stayed at their home. “We have not observed them putting water on it in any way shape or form,” she said Monday.“ Their solution is to put more fire closer than it already is … I understand the theory but more often than not more problems are caused than solved.” A call to the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

Trinity County Sheriff Lorrac Craig speaks to a room filled with concerned Junction City residents Thursday after mandatory evacuations were announced in much of the community. Below, Trinity County officers Bryan Ward and Jeramy Ammon notify Gary Lynn of Coopers Bar that he should be prepared to evacuate on Thursday morning. Officers later came through with a notification of mandatory evacuations. 1-J met ME. , Wf. 521 - 1 Ik*. Ill A firefighting helicopter fills up at the Trinity River west of Junction City Sunday for use on the Eagle Fire. A-General Colusa, .r Personnel working on the fires get rest when and where they can. President Bush and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger came to Redding Thursday to view the wildfires. Above, they were briefed by firefighting officials before taking off on a helicopter tour of some of the fires. Schwarzenegger is speaking to Pacific Southwest Regional Forester Randy Moore. President Bush is speaking to Trinity County Superintendent of Schools Jim Fr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

Chuck and Shirley Cole have been enjoying Chloe Bryant, 8, from Salem, Ore., sisters Haley Finegan, 14, Taylor Lee, 9, and Sydney Lee, 7, from Reno. Chloe also spent time with her other grandparents, Roy and Jan Bryant, and her aunt Kelly Young. Chloe and Taylor attended the first session of the Indian Valley Camp and Haley went to the second session. Haley’s raft turned over in the river and drifted down the river. That event was pretty exciting for the girls. Kim and Mike Fillette arranged a hay ride for the girls. They went out to Stan and Jo Ehler’s ranch on Thirteen Dips. Hannah and Joshua Eaches joined the group. They took a picnic lunch and went in the National Forest. The youngsters helped prepare the horses before they went for the ride. They helped Grandma Shirley pull weeds and water at the Hayfork Community Church. Haley enjoyed the Teen Night at the Oakley’s. The girls visited for about five weeks. Both Giovanna Manzoni and Elena Mascheri have visited in Hayfork, and bo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

Lead Pastor John Shearer Home Groups/ Bible Studies throughout the week DRAFTING/ WEAVERVILLE Church Qratynty 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 July 16 and 23, 2008 Call (707) 442-1784 for more information. Services feature live worship and a broadcast message by Pastor Bill Chaney. Children's Ministries are provided. Sundays at 11: 00 a. m. Downtown on HWY 299 in Willow Creek Next to Coast Central Bank Challenging Truths, Real Relationships! An extension of Neighborhood Church at the Weaverville Elementary School Gym * Every Sunday, 9: 30 – 11 am 623-2300 12 noon to 2 p. m. Mon., Tues., Wed. NEIGHBORHOOD 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 DRYWALL New Construction Remodels Repairs Travis Mic...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

now! 7-16-2tc 2000 NISSAN PATHFINDER, LE 4x4, 110,000 miles, white w/ tan leather and wood grain. V6, loaded. power heated seats, CD. $ 7,200 OBO. 623-1180. HANDYMAN SERVICE— Tackle your inside and outside chores/ DIY projects. Gardening, fire season prep, also carpentry/ other jobs. ( Unlic.) 623-5467 7-23-2tp HOUSEKEEPING! Do you need someone to clean your house? I do it all and have excellent references. For only $ 15/ hour you won’t regret what you pay! Call 623-5188. 7-23-1tc GARAGE SALES ATTENTION FISHERMEN— Rods and reels, $ 5-$ 25. Lures, plugs and tackle, 10¢ to $ 2. Tackle boxes, float tube, pack rods. HUGE selection, reasonable to downright cheap! THE COUNTRY PEDDLER in historic Lewiston. Open 10 a. m. - 5 p. m. weekends and most holidays. 778-3325 or 778-3876. JULY SPECIAL 2007 CHEVY TAHOE 4x4 LT, 1995 DODGE CARAVAN SPORT, 7-passenger, very clean, V6, auto. $ 3,995, # 594669. JULY SPECIAL 1994 JEEP WRANGLER, 4x4, 4 cyl., 5-speed, CD. $ 5,495, $ 4,995, # 463992. JULY SPEC...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

2103460 - Junction City Parcel 1 acre of flat land off Red Hill Road on Spruce Lane listed for $ 57,500. OUTSTANDING RIVER VIEWS! High quality constructed riverfront home on 3 acres is located in Coopers Bar Estates. Main floor has approx. 2900 sq ft. 2 bed, 3.5 baths with attached 2 car garage & large decks. Perfect for entertaining with a large kitchen & open floor plan. Secondary level for wine storage, game room. New well. Reduced to $ 489,000 www. bvptrinity. com HAYFORK WEAVERVILLE 530 628-5850 530 623-5690 TO OUR TEAM! PATTY DOERPINGHAUS BIG VALLEY PROPERTIES WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME 2103735 - View of Deerlick Valley One acre of flat land off Deerlick Springs Road in Douglas City. Listed for $ 69,000 2104476 - A view of the Trinity River from this 2.9 acre parcel on Rush Creek Road in Lewiston. Listed for $ 145,000 H823/ 2104407 NEW CUSTOM HOME ON 2.5 ACRES. Gorgeous 3 bed, 2.75 bath 1900+ sq ft home in Lewiston with lots of granite, tile & hi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 23 July 2008

HAYFORK— Two fl at parcels near snob hill. Build now. $ 49,700. Owner may carry. Wayne Burditt, California Capital & Realty, 623-1917. Broker # 00975889. 5-9-tfc 9-26-tfc REAL ESTATE JUNCTION CITY— 2.5 acres in upscale neighborhood. $ 93,500. Wayne Burditt - 6231917, Broker # 00975889. . WEAVERVILLE BY OWNER— New 4 bedroom home with large attached garage and a large garage with small apartment on 5 acres surveyed for 5 parcels. Off Martin Rd. $ 475,000. Call 623-2606 to see. 5-7-tfc ------------------------------------------ FOR SALE BY OWNER— Lewiston, 3 bedroom, 1 bath home completely remodeled inside and out. Large corner lot. $ 179,500. Call Brian at 6237129. 5-21-tfc ------------------------------------------ LEWISTON on the Trinity River! Two bedroom, one bath mobile home. $ 450 and up. plus security. No pets. 778-0220. 7-25-tfc TWO BEDROOM, 2 BATH with garage in town near hospital. $ 850/ mo. Security deposit and references required. Call Wayne Burditt, 623-1917 f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 July 2008

- 45* 1 m TV *'" On Aug. 23, a livestock buyers’ luncheon will be held at noon, with the livestock show and sale to be held at 2 p. m. is a fire camp in operation at the fairgrounds in Hayfork and because of the proximity of wildfire, said Billie Miller, chair of the board. The 2008 Trinity County Fair scheduled for Aug. 22 - 24 has been canceled, with the exception of the Junior Livestock Show and Sale that will be held Saturday, Aug. 23, as scheduled. The fair board met Tuesday night and voted unanimously to take this action because there Firefighting technique questioned Progress made against fires by PHIL NELSON Dutch Creek Road in Junction City. A rescue party that carried Andrew Palmer part way out before a Coast Guard helicopter picked him up comes out on After a difficult week that included the death of a young firefighter, mandatory evacuations for many residents that went on for days, and smoky conditions that at times were declared“ hazardous,” fire information officers s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 July 2008

( 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. ( AA) Weaverville Women’s Meeting, 6: 15 to 7: 15 p. m., Golden Age Center, Browns Ranch Road. Center. ( AA) Trinity Center, 6 p. m., Northern Lights, red building next to the IOOF Hall. ( NA) Lewiston, 6 p. m., dinner meeting, Trinity River Recovery Lodge. by PHIL NELSON ( AA) Willow Creek, 7 p. m., Senior Resource Center on Highway 299. ( NA) Weaverville, noon, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church on Hwy. 299. –behind Lewiston Hotel on Sand Ct.). Call Judy at 7783465. p. m., Lewiston Elementary School gym ( except in summer Free drop-in adult volleyball, 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 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 July 2008

The public is invited to a farewell potluck dinner to be held at 6 p. m. Aug. 9 at the Weaverville Victorian Inn. Dinner begins at 7. Father Keith Canterbury is retiring as pastor of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Weaverville. As a result of the successful passage of Measure A that was approved by the voters in the Shasta-Teha-ma-Trinity Joint Community College District in 2002, a Citizens Oversight Committee for Bond Measure A was formed. The committee will meet Monday, Aug. 4, at 5: 30 p. m. at Shasta College in Redding, 11555 Old Oregon Trail, 100 Admin- istration Building - Board Room. The public is welcome. The purpose of the committee is to inform the public at least annually in a written report concerning the expenditure of the bond proceeds and to advise the public as to whether the district is in compliance with the requirements of the California Constitution. Only 20 minutes from Weaverville, and Worth the Drive! PASTA, FRESH SALAD BAR PRIME RIB, STEAKS, CHICKEN, THURSDA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 July 2008

5) Liability concerns that hamstring firefighting aggressiveness dry years but late in the year when the fall rains could mitigate the damage. Early-season fires like this year’s are so difficult that there is literally the need to start more fires to stop the fire. After the forest was shut down by regulation, a la the spotted owl and cutting more than was growing, I started to see forest fires in It appears that the Forest Service is controlled to some extent by individuals that use conflicting and time-consuming regulations to accomplish their personal agenda--namely, to shut down Trinity County. The strategy seems to be: no logging means the forests go up in smoke, driving people away; no timber revenue means that the county government gets no federal timber money and atrophies! One more question: Does anyone else think a 25 percent pay increase for“ hazard pay” as long as a fire is uncontained is a poor motivator for aggressive fire suppression tactics? If people are not aware ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 July 2008

Strictly Business By SANDY EVANS 623-2117 saltfl at@ snowcrest. net Douglas City Diggins This event is made possible through a grant from the Trinity Trust. Art and craft projects will entertain children throughout the day, from messy gooey play to beautiful watercolor and a chance to fi nd out what a Texas Snowfl ake really is! A light snack will be provided. Saturday, Aug. 2, from 11 a. m. to 1 p. m. at Lee Fong Park in Weaverville. All families with children under 12 are invited to bring a picnic lunch and enjoy a day of painting, singing, dancing and more. The Trinity County Family Child Care Association is sponsoring a Picnic in the Park this Family picnic at Lee Fong Is your sewing project hanging on by a thread? If you need more, check the new Presencia Egyptian cotton sewing thread and embroidery fl oss at Textile Traditions. See their ad on page 3. ner at Edward Jones about new CD and other income plans. See their ad on page 6. Are there changes in your Trinity County busin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 30 July 2008

~~ More dependable income request. RECEPTION Mitchell Wissner Financial Advisor Show runs August 2 - September 2 www. edwardjones. com Highland Art Center Open Daily: Mon - Sat: 1 Oam to 5pm & Sun: 11 am to 4pm 691 Main Street • Weaverville, CA • 96093 • 530-623-5111 The Weaverville/ Douglas City Parks and Recreation District has announced the adult softball league standings for weeks three and four. Standings for the season are as follows: First, Bayley Lumber ( 6-1); second, Diamondbacks ( 5-3); third, The Diggins ( 4-4); fourth, No Limits ( 4-6); fifth, Papa Dogs ( 3-3); sixth, NAPA ( 2-9). On July 22, the Papa Dogs sponsored by Ron Mix Masonry played against The Diggins and won with a 209 victory. They second game was between HTL-Diamond-backs and team NAPA, who took the game 13-18. 25, Bayley Lumber. The second game of the night was between Bayley Lumber and The Diggins, with Bayley winning by one point with a score of 25-26. Smoking hot Despite fire, smoke and evac...

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