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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 6 February 2008

5*2 This vehicle on Church Street in Weaverville was clobbered when a branch on a locust tree gave way under heavy snow, taking out overhead wires in the process. Pruning by Mother Nature i J. by BRENT MADDEN keep children drug free, visit www. myspace. com/ trinitymethactionteam. Helpful links are also provided. at 623-1823. For more information on combating the meth epidemic and how to For more information about the training, call the Trinity Meth Action Team The training will provide an overview of the problem and history of meth in Trinity County. It will also showcase successful strategies that other rural communities have engaged in to combat meth. The outcome of the training will be one to three strategies the community can agree upon to implement in the Hayfork area. from the California Friday Night Live Partnership and California Alcohol and Drug Programs. Interested community members, business owners, teachers and school administrators are encouraged to attend this trainin...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 6 February 2008

Feedback... We need that vanishing bee Homage to the Bee Oh, say can we see . . . The Franklin Bumblebee So tiny yet important In the hills of Trinity! Re: Issue Jan. bumblebee). 16th ( Franklin FROM BARBARA EDWARDS WEAVERVILLE We might soon discover With facts we uncover That so little a creature Is a gift from our Mother. Sacred gifts have a place As our Earth turns in space If we fail to protect them Our regrets we might face. FROM DAN ADAIR DOUGLAS CITY It’s probably a function of the aging process, but I don’t smoke marijuana. At this point, I much prefer a glass of Canadian whiskey or a pale ale. I would like to respond to Mr. Loop’s letter concerning medical marijuana ( Feedback, Jan. 30). In the 300-plus years since the British occupied India, hundreds of studies have been conducted on the So the basic position of our lawmakers is,“ I shouldn’t go to jail for doing it, but you should.” There’s a word for that: hypocrisy. Inthe300-plusyearssincethe I did smoke marijuana when ...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 6 February 2008

Officer Officer Sheila Arruda-Russell Bill Kerkei Senior Loan Services Loan Services a ■ v .j| • We don't sell or transfer your loan out of the area. If you have a question or a change in your life that means a change on your loan, you have somebody local to talk to. -» Todd Peterson Manager Member Services it**. i Tri - L r Manager Member Services Loan Services Officer Sherry Guffey Cindy Hicks John Falotas Loan Services Officer We are a REAL local lender •Your monthly mortgage payment stays here to benefit you and your community. Richard Junkin Manager Member Services Stephanie Casey Anita Garrison Ben Cameron Loan Services Assistant V.P. Manager Officer Member Loan Services Member Services Loan Services Officer Lori Laisen Gerry Davis Manager Member Services • We have a 58-year history of building strong local relationships with title companies, realtors, appraisers and more. www.coastccu.org 445-8801 800-974-9727 "ncua EQUAL HOUSING LENDER AMERICA 1 ! Credit Unions - ( 4j The Sp...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 6 February 2008

Floors Mountain Valley Pacific Come Enter Our Mon thl y Drawing Power rangers Trinity Public Utilities District workers put the lights back on in the Junction City area Sunday after a snow-top-p led tree took down a power po le and lines on Sk y Ranch Road. Cathie Rash & Pamela Dishman Dutch Creek Road, Junction City Trinity County road crews ( especially Junction City) for the GREAT job you’re doing keeping the roads plowed and graveled. You are appreciated! to Caltrans and the Big Thank You Members of the state As-sembly unanimously ap-p roved a bill by Assembly-w oman Patty Berg that would make it easier for rural coun- ties to provide services to old-er adults and people with dis-abilities. Assembl y Bill 572 up dates rules and regu lations to pro-v ide grea ter flexibility in trans portation and nutrition services provi ded throu gh re- gional adult day health care centers. “These centers help seniors and people with disabilities stay in their homes and stay Adult d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 6 February 2008

by BILL BROSCHAT Hayfork’s Stephen Bayley towers above Champion defenders for an easy jumper. Page Six-game winning streak By E. B. Duggan ( 530) 629-3554 yen2fish@ yahoo. com Fishing Report In Wednesday’s game in Redding against the Lumberjacks of Redding Adventist, the Timberjacks broke out to a 24-6 first-quarter lead that they increased to 44-12 at halftime. Another 24-point quarter increased the lead to 68-25 after three and Hayfork would go on to win 76-34. Bayley led the scoring against the Lumberjacks. The Gonzalez brothers each scored 12 points and Johnny Castellanos rattled in 10 points for the Timberjacks. Chris Hagler scored 9 points, Ricky Henderson scored 8, and Brown added 6 for Hayfork. The closest the Mustangs could get in the second half was 8 points and Hayfork would go on to win 65-53. The Timberjacks led at halftime 30-25 and came out after intermission and promptly put the game out of reach with a 12-0 run to start the third quarter. Bayley scored 6 points in t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 6 February 2008

4 ' '' ' si I ■ February 6, 2008 Reverse 911 system ■ VI".,. - the public about threats and safet y instructions before, durin g and immediatel y af-ter emergencies is a to p pri-o rity for my administration. A warning sys tem that is ef- fective, inte grated and com- prehensive is critical to sav-ing lives.” In directing how the Home-land Security funds are to be spent, Schwarzenegger said,“ The ability of local and state agencies to provide timely and accurate information to kiyou, Tehama and Tulare. The funds are intended to en- able the counties to bu y and install tele phone emergency notification sys tems and pay for the first two years of sys- tem maintenance. legal matters.” He notes that in 2007 un- der his leadershi p as presid-ing judge, the Access to Jus- tice Center was opened here,“ providing assistance to those who represent themselves in Trinity County. He currently serves on the Administrative Law Committee of the Cal-ifornia Jud ges Association, and on the Trial Co...

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

February 14 Balloons Candy - Cards 623-8630 5(5 Main §tiwt, Wszavprvilte Leland Cotton Brown will per form at a Trinideli Come- dy Night to be held at 8: 30 p. m. Saturday, Feb. 16, at the Trinity Alps Golf Course. Tr inideli’s Comedy Night at go lf course Brown’s telev ision ap-pearances include“ Eve - ning at the Improv,” M T V ’ s 1/ 2 Hou r Come-dy Hour,” PBS’s“ Come - dy Tonight,” A& E ’s“ Com-edy on the Road,” A& E ’s “Caroline’s” an d the Com-edy Channel’s“ Stand-Up Stand-Up.” He’s performed at ma ny comedy clubs and opened f or c oncerts. The Trinideli Comed y Night will also feature Brad Bonner. Dinner will be served by Johnsons’ Steakhouse. Call 623-6209 for reservations. Tickets are $ 15 in ad-vance and $ 20 at the door. They are nonrefundable and are on sale at Trinideli, Mamma Llama Coffeehouse and Mountain Marketplace. long hair extra P e rm S p e c i a l includes cut & style Styling Salon Februar y $ 45 Jerri’s Trinit y Center Schoo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 6 February 2008

A memorial service is to be held at the Salyer Wayside Chapel on Saturday, Feb. 23, at 2 p. m. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Betty; daughter, Judy; sister, Marian Swiney; grandchildren, Irwin Petrey, Charles Hall, Parker Hall, Nicole Fetter and Roseanne Hall; and great-grandchil-dren, Wendy Hall and Kelly Hall. He was preceded in death by his sister, Ruthie; son, Parker James; and greatgrandson, Parker James. He was born Nov. 24, 1933. He married his longtime sweetheart, Betty, in 1955. He served in the U. S. Army for three years during the Korean War. He worked for the U. S. Forest Service for 28 years. IRWIN DREW HALL Irwin Drew Hall, 74, of Salyer, died Jan. 4, 2008, at home. PG& E’s request in this proceeding will increase rates, but PG& E has proposed rate reductions in related CPUC proceedings that, if adopted, would largely offset the requested rate increase. To collect the $ 531 million in higher costs by the end of 2008, PG& E’s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 6 February 2008

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 Furniture • Design • Construction Drafting • Fine Carpentry Energy Calcs 35 years experience! Eric Blomberg – Lic. # 789990 530-623-4598; Fax 623-9248 P. O. Box 639, Douglas City 96093 Building & Design Services Up~Town Storage Storage Cover Your Assets The Biggest Yard in Town Modern & Clean | RVi| Bonis | Allies] 623-6064 For all Your Mini Storage Needs When the rest are full'call us! 211 Hwy 3 Weaverville DRAFTING/ Fine Line Qraqorty Outfitters For All Your Hunting, Fishing & Camping Needs 623-4999 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 Trott Const. Co. Remodeling Specialist • Additions • Re...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 6 February 2008

2-6-1tp 1998 SUBARU FORESTER S AWD— 103,000 miles, 5speed. Super clean! # 771238, warranty. $ 7,995. SPECIAL INTEREST CARS. 778-3771. STORAGE SELF-STORAGE— Lewiston. Best rates. Special long-term rates. Safe, modern units. 7783790. 1-9-8tc mowing, fencing, hauling No job too small! Dependable, reliable service. References available. Call Bob at 6233719. Unlic. 7-25-tfc SECRETARY WANTED— Looking for someone with organizational skills, advanced $ 10,000 in extras. $ 15,999. 623-3504. 2-6-2tc ---------------------------------------- computer experience, and superior personal relations. Legal secretarial experience preferred. 3/ 4 time. Please send resume to law office of Derrick W. Riske, P. O. Box 1978, Weaverville, CA 96093. For appointment, call 6232781. PERSONALS WOMEN’S SUPPORT GROUP for domestic violence survivors. Drop-in group meets once weekly. Call HRN at 6232024 for time/ place. 6-6-07-52tp to 5-28-08 answer. We provide nutritious meals, medication assistance, activities and...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 6 February 2008

www. bvptrinity. com HAYFORK 530 628-5850 Reduce d $ 5,000 GO RGEOUS M OUNTAIN VIE WS… from this beautiful 2+ acre lot. This parcel is located at the end of a quiet country road and has power & phone available. This all usable property is in a convenient location that will afford you the opportunity to build a home in the quiet countryside. Nature has landscaped the land and includes a variety of trees, shrubs, and meadows. Come take in the views for JUST $ 59,900! SELLE R FINANCING MA Y BE AVAILABLE! MLS 2104329. CALL 530-628-585 0 & ASK FOR RETTA! Reduce d $ 6,000 7+ ACRES OF TREES & VIEWS! Also included is a very good driveway & a large building pad w/ power & phone available. Low maintenance sur-roundings w/ fire suppression clearing done. This is a great location outside Hayfork to build your getaway or year round residence in the country! OWNER MA Y CARRY! ONL Y $ 63,900! M LS 2104314. CALL RETT A & ASK FO...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 6 February 2008

The talk of the town centers around the gorgeous snow we have had. Many commented this has been the most snow we have had for close to 20 years. Some even think it was longer ago. In a two-day period, we got dumped on with about 4 feet of snow. Long Canyon re- The Robin Renton Chapter of Red Hats will have their annual Pancake Breakfast Feb. 19 at the Sasquatch. All the Red Hatters come in PJs. Students from Trinity Center School will be hosting a Tri-Tip Valentine’s Dinner on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at the IOOF Hall. Tickets may be purchased at the door. April 1. Contact the school at 266-3344 for more information. The CC School will be participating in a“ Fundraising with Flower Bulbs” through Thursday, Feb. 14, try calling Luke Lucas at 286-2624 or 598-1308. They were requesting reservations by Feb. 10, but as the paper does not reach most of us in the North Forty until Friday, Feb. 15, will be the annual Valentine Banquet at the Trinity Center Community Church. This is a high qualit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 13 February 2008

Too much snow This was Larry and Claudette Vielbig’s shop before it collasped. By AMY GITTELSOHN Reports of problems caused by the heavy snowfall in late January and early February continue to come in. In addition to damage to mobile homes and other structures reported last week, a couple of boats sank at Trinity Lake, and at least two large outbuildings collapsed. In the north county area, two couples isolated by Their 1,200-square-foot ( Back page, this section) About a mile and a half up Bear Creek Road north of Weaverville, Larry and Claudette Vielbig had dug out their vehicles and thought they’d gotten through the worst of it on Friday when their neighbor came to the door and said,“ I hope you have homeowner’s insurance.” the heavy snowfall sent out urgent calls for help. The district attorney’s office will record the number of cases involving marijuana and judgments rendered, and the probation department will provide existing ( Back page, this section) centers. The sheriff’s d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 13 February 2008

0 40* Sheriff’s Report shelter. This 1-year-old neutered pitbull is available for adoption at the Trinity County Animal Shelter. He has all his shots and likes to run and play ball. 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/ trctyan- Looking for a home Weather and Lake Report by PHIL NELSON ( 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: 15-7: 15 p. m., Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Rd. ( NA) Lewiston, 6 p. m., Dinner meeting, Trinity River Recovery Lodge. ( AA) Trinity Center, 6 p. m., Northern ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 13 February 2008

Guilty plea in meth manufacturing case side can collection or other solid waste disposal services on this day, there will be no changes. All of the Trinity County Solid Waste transfer stations will be closed on Monday, Feb. 18. If you have curb- Dumps closed Monday Davis has been in the Trinity County Jail since his arrest, along with Crystal Baxter of McKinleyville, in March of 2007. The pair had come under the surveillance of two undercover state Department of Fish and Game wardens watching for fishing violations at Trinity Lake. The wardens ended up Michael B. Davis, 46, pled guilty to one count each of manufacturing meth, possession of precursor substances with the intent of manufacturing meth, and possession of stolen property, said Deputy District Attorney Eric Heryford. By AMY GITTELSOHN A Trinity Center man arrested in connection with a mobile methamphetamine lab found operating at Trinity Lake is to be sentenced to over five years in prison following a guilty plea last week...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 13 February 2008

Before anyone takes a letter to the editor as gospel, please go do your own homework. For starters, I wonder if everyone was asleep during history classes or if they all get their information from talking heads. The U. S. is not a democracy. Is not and has never been. It is a constitutional or, if you prefer, a representative republic. Do your homework, folks! FROM LYNDA DIONNO HAYFORK With it being election time, a couple of the letters to the editor brought home problems with the public school system. Cancer patients thank helpers Polling place closed I was dead serious about everything I wrote up to that point in my letter opposing Howard’s letter on the medical marijuana issue. Most The closing sentence in my letter of Jan. 30 in which I said Supervisor Howard Freeman“ deserved a hanging with a hemp rope by the rest of us” was certainly not intended as a personal or suggested threat to an elected official. FROM THOMAS LOOP HYAMPOM Apology to supervisor This morning I had my ball...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 13 February 2008

hy, woodworking, sculpture and pottery fill the rooms. The artists are local and you will recognize the names. Adventists to offer health y cookin g class The church is at 1771 Main St. in Weaverville, next to Cr ystal Heatin g and Air Conditioning. Each evening will be gin with a welcome and tast-ing and mixing, where food that has been prepare d will be presen ted. The program includes a workbook and a cookbook. A moderate fee to pay for the materials and the food is charged. Pay the fee in advance, or pay at each meet-ing. Pre-registration is rec-ommended, as there is room for onl y 25; call Pastor Rand y Brehms cell p hone ( 530) 7227193. MasterCard and Visa are accep ted. “Foods for Thought” is a lifestyle intervention pro-g ram that provides strate-g ies to help individuals to see nutrition’s link with mood, memory, learning and behav-ior using biblical and scientif-ic princip les. The Weaverville Sev-enth-day Adventist Church will host the second in a se- ries of cookin g sch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 13 February 2008

have won 145 games while losing just 25 over the last six years. In what was suppose d to be a rebuildin g year, the Timber jacks have rebound-ed from a slow start with nu- merous close games in which the y lost, to improve to an overall record of 15-8 to go along with their 8-0 league mark. Wi nning streak broken by B ILL B ROS CHAT Hayfork’s Stephen Bayley shoots a jumper while under pressure from Trinit y’s Zack McKni ght. email your next Pr ess Release tr in it yjou r n al @ dcacable. n et This program recognizes high school senior men and women for excellence in lead-ership, citizenshi p, academics and athletics. Two winners are named from each state and the y then compe te for na- tional honors. Nicholas Gonzalez, a se-nior at Hayfork High School, was recently named a Cali-fornia winner in the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award Program. Nicholas maintains a 4.2 grade point average, partic-ip ates in four sports, is the student body and class pres-i dent, and received a good cit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 13 February 2008

tires' © Tnmdek Comedy Night Saturday February 16th - 8:30 P.M. Trinity Alps Golf Course Photos by PHIL NELSON The Wolves’ Beth Clark drives for the net in the game against Burney. Peter Lackey shoots for the Wolves on Friday. the final quarter than a basket by Dane Hagen from behind the 3-point line and in the minutes that followed the Raiders defense quickly fell apart. Baskets by Nugent, Adkins and McKnight brought the score to 50-33, giving the Wolves a comfortable lead with 2 minutes left in the game. Two 3-pointers in 20 seconds, both by Scotty Croom gave the Wolves the win 57-38. ( Lackey 16 points, McKnight 14, Croom The Wolves will play Mount Shasta at THS on Feb. 13 before making the long drive to Alturas to face the Modoc Braves on Feb. 15. On Feb. 9, the Wolves traveled to Mount Shasta to play the Bears. The JV girls fell to the Bears, followed by a win by the JV boys 54-51. The 6, Hagen 6, Adkins 5, Nugent 4, Bradford 4, Chris Walstead 2.) Mount Shasta results varsity g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 13 February 2008

An advocate of the medi-cal marijuana policy, Vince Hubbell of Douglas City, com-mented,“ There will always be some who travel illegal pa ths,” but he thanked the board for ado pting the poli-cy and appointing an ad hoc monitorin g committee“ to kee p the lines of communi- cation open and respec t each other’s views.” Jud y Stewart of Hayfork said she’s had persona l expe-r ience with a child using mar- ijuana“ and I’ve seen what it’s done to his life. Please, p lease, p lease reverse your decision. There are many peop le who feel like I do about it.” He urged the board to ex-amine how many crimes across the country are per-p etrated by someone using marijuana. JudyStewartofHayfork of Hayfork said he was“ ap-p alled at what you did with the marijuana policy. I spent my entire 32-year career as a teacher and superin tendent/ principa l in Ha yfork and I saw the dama ges done to families and the kids b y mar- ijuana use. If you have it more available, it will be more easi- ly availabl...

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