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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

By BOB BRYANT, Coptrainer@ tds. net other deputy. The loss of revenue, combined with increased costs of doing business, put the sheriff’s department over the auditor’s requested budget by $ 470,000 to maintain current staffi ng. get that does not rely on cash carryover from the prior year. This is due to strict fi nancing requirements set to kick in two years from now that are attached to the 2005 Certifi cates of Participation the county issued to avoid bankruptcy three years ago. Final 2008/ 09 Trinity County budget hearings are set to begin next Tuesday, Aug. 26, when the board of supervisors will meet to consider a proposed budget totaling $ 59,493,979 that refl ects a 7.14 percent reduction in expenditures from the prior year. By SALLY MORRIS Salyer Volunteer Fire Department engineer Jim Sheets and Salyer Community Services District Chairman Garrett Watty accept keys to the department’s new engine bay from Steve Nelson of Eagle Rock. by PHIL NELSON New home for Salyer water ten...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

Phil Nelson Photography Barry Leeder Published by Trinity Journal, Inc. Mike Wenninger, President / Urn ■ - ( . ■ ii .... .^H 3 >-Ji The TRINITY JOURNAL August 20, 2008 Page 4 Feedback... ‘ Let it burn’ isn’t right saster. I was very interested in the article in last week’s journal regarding the effect of the forest fire smoke on the grape crop. Many of us in the county have been scratching our heads for weeks, wondering why tomatoes which were supposed to ripen in July are still showing only tiny, green fruits. It’s kind of amazing when you think about it. The Forest Service , with their“ burn, baby, burn” policy has actually managed to create its very own ecological di- FROM DAN ADAIR DOUGLAS CITY much more than we do, since the supervisors are willing to forego the minimal amount of $ 45,000 of the ing is that the inmates in the County Jail are more important than us, the tax-paying residents. It is obvious that the inmates deserve so What the board is basically say- f...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

Mm ■eg i SI. 23B This article was provided by Trinity County Behavioral Health Services, Alcohol and Other Drug Services. to prison but be sent to rehab again. Rehab was not an option, but fortunately the judge sentenced me to a year in county jail instead of prison. attendance, and my performance in sports. I went from an ‘ A’ student and basketball star to barely making D’s and sitting on the bench. Then I got kicked off the team and into trouble with the law. I was only a freshman in high school. Eventually I got kicked out of school and bounced from community school to group homes and finally, a correctional camp for youth. We know methamphetamine addiction costs Trinity County taxpayers an estimated $ 5 million in services each year. This is a conservative estimate and does not take into account related health care costs, unpaid emergency room visits, stolen property, lost days of work and more. With this is mind, how could there be a silver lining to the Trinity County meth st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

The T. H. R. A. S. H. Group will be coming out that weekend, too. You know them. They are the guys who put up all of those historical site signs around the valley. Virgil and Peggy Mortensen are in that group and they told us that they will be camping out at Salmon Rock. When asked what their planned activities will be, they said,“ We mostly just sit in the river.” Friends can just drift on down and give them a visit. The Hyampom Bar and Grill has changed its hours. They will now be closed on Tuesdays. Stacey Smith, of the cafe, will also be providing a taco dinner for the Hyampom Good Times Fair on Saturday, Sept. 6. They sure could use some volunteer help. If you have some time on your hands and some love in your heart, the Embers needs a fresh start. Scholarship recipient The Weaverville Business and Professional Women awarded their annual scholarship to Melisa Jessee of Hayfork. Jessee, center, accepts a check from BPW members Mary Lynn Rounds ( left) and Carol Bethke. The schol...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

i IS . I" • -.. -'■a 1 --;' .. V4£ Jim and Lynne Gervasi of Weaverville announced the engagement of their daughter, Victoria Gervasi, to Tyler Geist, son of Edith and Paul Geist of Old Shasta. They plan to wed in June 2009. Engaged A Senior’s View By BARBARA TALVOLA ( 530) 623-2984 Fax 623-4428 4 V Ik Trinity’s Lively Arts By JANE M. BELDEN ( 530) 623-5319 Jstewartbelden@ dcacable. net We watched the television program“ Monk” and Sam said:“ Grandma, that’s what I have.” We discussed it and remarked how the actor used the positive way of a disability. I’msharingthisbecause I’m sharing this because I feel there is entirely too much discrimination. When I was grade school age, children with similar problems were not separated and sent to different schools. We learned to accept the differences in behavior and to accept others for the way they were. It teaches compassion, understanding, acceptance and radiates self-esteem. I remember when John was in grade school, he came home one day ve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

Meantime, an acquaintance of Smith’s notified the Journal that he has moved away. His phone has been disconnected. From the AG’s office, spokesman Abraham Arredondo said recently,“ We are still considering the possibility of filing charges. . . . We would need more evidence from the sheriff’s department before we can proceed with anything.” Meantime,anacquain- In the case that was dismissed, officers had not witnessed the barking firsthand, although it was reported that dispatchers heard the barking over the phone when Smith called, and Judge Edwards listened to tapes provided by Smith. charges. cer. Sheriff Craig said the Attorney General’s Office wanted three officer-witnessed occurrences before it filed He pointed out the fencing firefighters put above the residences to catch rolling debris and the fireline above that. Wade said he has worked as a logger and has fought fires.“ They’re doing a real good job,” he said. Down the road, Mike Wade watched from his parents’ property as ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

—-— \ m nisi IP """" I ~ 2 The Weaver City Street Rodders held their 21st annual Car Show in the Park on Saturday. Above, a father and son take in the classic cars. Below, David and Leslie Allen of Redding with their 2004 Chevy SSR. WW- Ed Zink of Eureka with his 1967 Cobra replica. urn i « E r-' r 1 ,' A colorful lineup of convertibles. KIXE public TV goes digital this week Charter and Comcast cable TV customers and viewers who subscribe to a sat- Viewers with older television sets who rely on“ rabbit ears” or an outside antenna to pick up KIXE’s programs will not receive the new digital or DTV signal unless they have purchased and installed a digital converter box. North State public television station KIXE is scheduled to discontinue its traditional analog broadcast on Wednesday, Aug. 20, and begin broadcasting a fullstrength digital signal by Aug. 22. — and be able to receive additional free broadcast TV channels, including KIXE’s current program schedule on Channel 9-2; CREATE,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

Action” on Saturday, Sept. 6, from 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. Artists of all kinds will be working at their crafts on the sidewalks of historic downtown Weaverville. Artists, artists everywhere! That’s what people will see during“ Artists in Sponsored by the Trinity County Arts Council, the event is part of the Trinity County Autumn in the Alps celebration. Weaverville to pick up a registration form, or contact Julie Feely ( 530) 623-4788 to receive a form by mail. If you wish to participate, stop by the Main Street Gallery at 490 Main St. in Weavervilletopickupareg- the free event – from singers to spinners, painters to poets, welders to woodworkers. The council is looking for a wide range of artists and craftspeople to participate in a nap and start the evening fish about 6 or 7 p. m. until dark. This is about the only way one will make their limit per day. Remember that the Grays and Burnt Ranch Falls area from Hawkins Bar Bridge up to the Cedar Flat Bridge will close to fishing Labor D...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

Trinity at Fortuna JV Tourney Burney at Trinity* Trinity at Etna* Modoc at Trinity* Mt. Shasta at Trinity* Fall River at Trinity* Tulelake at Trinity Trinity at Weed* Trinity at Burney* Trinity at Modoc* Etna at Trinity* Trinity at Yreka, Miner Mtn. Blast Anderson at Trinity Fortuna at Trinity Trinity at Central Valley Trinity at Red Bluff, Tourney, varsity Trinity at Mt. Shasta* Trinity at Fall River* Weed at Trinity* NSCIF Varsity Championships at TBA Some boats banned from Ruth Lake Sign-ups will be held at Pee Wee – grades kindergarten through second. JVs – grades third through fifth. Varsity – grades sixth through eighth. Players in the varsity division are not to exceed the age of 14. The district is looking for a league manager, coaches for each division, and referees to officiate the games. For further information, call the district office at 6235925. Games will be held Saturday mornings and Sunday afternoons from mid-Sep-tember through November. underway 10, and Pee Wee try...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

FRED L. WEST Fred L. West, 55, of Weaverville, died July 5, 2008, at his residence of natural causes. He was born Dec. 17, 1952, in California. He was a cabinet maker for 11 years. He was a Master Mason, Columbia Brotherhood No. 370 in San Francisco. He was a past officer of Pacific DeMolay Association and past Master Councilor of the South San Francisco Chapter, Order of DeMolay. He is survived by his great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held Aug. 30 at 1 p. m. at Forrest Funeral Home. CECIL SMITH Cecil Smith, 88, of Weaverville, quietly passed from this life on Aug. 17, 2008, in the company of friends and family at Mercy Medical Center in Redding. A World War II veteran, he was on a troop train of National Guard members traveling through Dunsmuir when war news reached them on Dec. 7, 1941, that Hawaii was under attack. After a couple of weeks guarding the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, they sailed under it en route to Plum Island. Upon arrival, a new military divi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

6753. NU TU YU AUTO SALES buys old relics! Autos - trucks - motorcycles - classics. Call us! 623-5050. 8-13-tfc tion and further information, contact the district office at 530-623-6104 ext. 250. Deadline to submit applications is Aug. 29, 2008, 4 p. m. at the Trinity Alps Unified District Office, 321 Victory Lane, Weaverville, Calif. 96093. 8-20-2tc CRASH! BOOM! BANG! Nu Tu Yu Auto Sales will haul off your junk cars - running or not! 6235050. 8-6-tfc BIG SALE— Old farm equipment, fire hydrants, old water pumps, household goods, building supplies, tools, garden supplies and tools, outdoor furniture. Something for everyone and priced to sell. Well worth the trip. Trinity Center - next to the post office. Saturday, Aug. 23rd, 8 a. m. to ? 8-20-1tp The HUMAN RESPONSE NETWORK can help you find the child care you need. We may even be able to pay all or part of your child care costs. Give us a call at 623-2024 or 1-800-358-5251 or stop by. In Weaverville we’re at 111 Mountain View St. and...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 20 August 2008

Rev. Mr. Bowler has decided to remain in this county the coming year, and will hold regular servic- Winners of the Victory Garden contest sponsored by the Lewiston Garden Club were announced this week. The first place winner was Gladys Oliver of Mt. View Road; second went to Joan Baumgardner of Goose Ranch Road and third to Evelyn Booth of Buckhorn. Congratulations ladies! Bomb threats were received Monday at the Trinity County Courthouse and at the offices of Southern Pacific Land Co., sending county employees home early and closing some businesses as officials searched for explosives to no avail. that moved across Trinity County Saturday afternoon. The biggest fire occurred in the eastern part of the county where an estimated 30 acres was consumed in the Reading Creek area near Gunsite Peak. 25 YEARS AGO Wednesday, Aug. 18, 1983 More than 60 fires were ignited by a spectacular thunderstorm Before the sewer lines can be laid from the lateral to a private residence, a“ work permit” ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

t / In approving the letter last week, the board heard comments from several county residents on wide-ranging issues related to the fires that with greater intensity. materials removed and consequently burned hotter and mer moved into old burns that never had the burned many of the fires this sum- The letter claims that fuel for future fires, as well as ongoing maintenance and forest management to create healthier forest conditions. In a letter to Pacific Southwest Regional Forester Randy Moore, the board noted the need for cleanup of burned vegetation to reduce ing the U. S. Forest Service what its recovery plans are for the burned areas. With approximately 200,000 acres of national forest lands burned in Trinity County to date by wildfires that started June 20, the board of supervisors is ask- By SALLY MORRIS The board agreed to hold additional hearings and to take a field trip to tour some of the burned areas around Big Bar and Hayfork ( Back page, this section) Several urged the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

The County of Trinity is inviting submission of proposals for the Community Block Development Grant ( CDBG) Program Income funds. There are approximately $ 130,000 in funds available for eligible Community Facilities Projects. By CDBG regulations, these funds must be awarded as at least a 51% loan with the remaining 49% as a grant. Proposals will be selected for funding by the Board of Supervisors at the meeting scheduled for September 16, 2008. Please submit proposals to Rachel Allen in the Grants Office by September 5, 2008 or prepare to present your suggestions to the Board at the September 16th meeting. All submittals should be mailed to: Trinity County Grants Administration, Atten: Rachel Allen, P. O. Box 1613, Weaverville, CA 96093 or emailed to rallen@ trinitycounty. org. Please be sure to include your name and contact information on any submitted proposals. CALL ABOUT OUR BABYLON A. D. CONTEST AND OUR SECRET PAL PROGRAM! ( NA) Weaverville, 7 p. m., Serenity in Trinity meetin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

■ mm" Grants buy new anesthesia machine by PHIL NELSON Trinity Hospital nurse/ anesthetist Julie Roselli-Raya and Kathy Spence of the operating room staff demonstrate use of the new anesthesia machine. Public television station KIXE signed off on its analog signal for the last time on Aug. 19. By Saturday, the station was broadcasting a full-power digital signal to viewers in Weaverville, Hayfork, Redding, Chico and Red Bluff. Engineers will be converting the translators that deliver KIXE’s signal to outlying communities in the station’s 10-county viewing area. Translators are expected to begin delivering the new digital signal to Trinity Center and Lewiston on Wednesday, Aug. 27. Viewers who rely on“ rabbit ears” or an outside antenna to receive KIXE’s signal will need to rescan the channel selection menu on their digital television tuner or their DTV converter box. Viewers who receive KIXE via cable or a satellite dish service will not be affected by the switch to digital televisi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

Support libraries As I sit on the deck in the aftermath of very bad news and untimely death, I take a deep breath of finally clean air and remind myself to appreciate the bright moments, the good people, and the wonderful little things that are all around us in these mountains. Life is precious, and sometimes way too short. But it goes on. In the evening, another doe and her fawn come in for clover and a drink from the birdbath, and all is peaceful there in that beautiful moment. A few days ago, we got word that our little friend in New York, a sweet 8-year-old girl with bone cancer, had died. Is there any way to put that information into some understandable form? It’s just so awful that the words go somewhere in my brain where I hide them. Until something reminds me. And the recent loss of several of our firefighters has heaped enormous sadness on us here and in hometowns elsewhere. The conditions these men and women work in are bad enough— and they surely know the risks of their w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

The Good Times Fair will be held on Saturday, Sept. 6. There will be arts displays, entertainment all day, including local Trinity County musical talent, belly dancers, food ( including barbecued Butter Creek oysters) and craft booths, and lots of fun children’s activities, and a dunking booth. Sparky will MC the whole affair, adding of news will make us happy, but you would be mistaken. Although the hunters are not our favorite outsiders, many folks around here count on them economically, so they will be missed. As for the rest of you, grab your bow, and get to Hyampom for your deer. The Hyampom Good Times Fair is upon us. All of you who have been waiting until the last moment to get your booth form in - this is the last moment! If you wait much longer, you may not get a booth. Although bow season has started, we have not seen any bow hunters around here. ing this year. Regular readers will think that this piece We have been informed that there will be no rifle hunt- Due to confusi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

All other Forest Service campgrounds around Trinity Lake remain open, including The registration fee is $ 9, The Lewiston Gun Club’s annual Turkey Shoot and Barbecue will begin at 9 a. m., Saturday, Aug. 30. The event will feature a variety of trapshooting games for all entrants, from beginner through expert, and is open to the public. The event will be held at the Club’s Cooper Gulch Range, located approximately three miles north of Lewiston on Trinity Dam Boulevard. For more information, call 778-3232 or visit www. lewistongunclub. org. guns and three other prizes will take place around noon. Gun club hosts turkey shoot and BBQ which includes the New York steak and chicken breast barbecue and potluck lunch. Members are asked to bring a side dish, salad or dessert for six. All shooting is $ 3 per round. Tickets for the club’s three-gun raffle are still available, and the drawing for two Boaters are using plugs and sardine-wrapped Kwikfish early in the day and switching to roe later...

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