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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

Pete Ulrich, who has been the coordinator of the arts and crafts booths for the past eight years, said there will be at least 14 booths, and he is hoping for more. If you want to sign up, call Pete at 2663844. So far Bob Bryant, Kelli Gant and Lynn Hartley have agreed to be guest columnists while I am recuperat- ing. We welcome anyone else who would like to do a column here and there. Please call me at 266-3440. I. O. O. F. HALL: The North Trinity Lake Improve- ment Association, which is the caretaker of this over 100-year-old building, would like to invite you to its Annual Meeting and Potluck Dinner on Sept. 16. They would also like you to know that, while the county owns this grand Let’s talk about the elephant in the room that no one will admit to seeing. My elephant is colon cancer, as many of you know. The word“ cancer” is scary. Mine is not. It was caught in the very early stages. It is my “bump in the road,” an irritation and an inconvenience. I bring this up so all of you w...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

nomic development department. Jim Jungwirth argued that as a result of this summer’s wildfire devastation, there will be a period of time in which“ many eyes will be upon Trinity County. I believe you could start this off with absolutely no money. Susie Price ( currently the general plan project director) has done a great deal of this and you could assign her this as an additional duty to get it off the ground.” Lynn Jungwirth, direc- He said that if Trinity County could obtain an enterprise zone designation from the state governor, it would open doors to economic development monies“ that are already out there. It would do nothing to hurt the state and everything to help us, and there are lots of people already here ready to roll up their sleeves and get working on economic development.” Morris also encouraged the board to look at the TOT dollars for some economic recovery activities this year, saying,“ If we have a successful marketing effort in six months, those folks downriver wi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

£9 5 • St * The 50th annual Junior Livestock Auction was held Saturday at the Trinity County Fairgrounds in Hayfork. Livestock winners The Grand Champion swine was raised by Luke Noland of Trinity River 4-H, at top left. The high bid was by Herk’s Hoe and Umpqua Bank. Reserve Champion, not shown, was won by Jacob Noland, also of Trinity River 4-H, and purchased by Fire Dawg of Weed. 1- The Grand Champion lamb winner, left, was Cheyanne Noland, Trinity River 4-H member. R. Brown Construction of Willow Creek and Concrete Aggregates of Weaverville were the high bidders. Not shown, Reserve Champion winner Matthew Hodges, Trinity FFA, with the lamb puchased by Barcelona Construction. tU^rr 1 1 The Grand Champion rabbit pen was entered by Libbi Hartl, above, of the Zenia 4-H. The high bidder was Ross Burgess of Zenia. The Reserve Champion rabbit pen, not shown, belonged to Ty Hartl, Zenia 4-H, and was purchased by Jason and Katie Poburko of Weaverville. At left, Brigitte Weber of Southern...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

TAYLOR Sky Ranch COUNTR Y 2 3 KELSO EL TAPO ME MAN ZAN IT A RIDGETO P JUNCTION CITY RESERV OIR GAR DEN GULCH BROWNS RANCH ROA D RED HILL WILL OW PINE TAYLOR UNION ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ 17 ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~~~ ~~ ~~ 9 14 TINNE N. MINER COURT CHU RCH NORTH DOCKER Y MULLIGA N CENTER 13 10 FOREST S. MIN ER WASHING TON CENTER 12 MORMON HANOVE R ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ 18 LORENZ PARK ODD FELLOW S CARSON BRANNA N SHARON SMITH BRO OKT REE CEM ETE R Y 19 SPANN 3 1250 Sky Ranch Road Friday & Saturday – 8 am to 3 pm Men’s and women’s clothing, quality fishing and hunting gear, 3 person raft, 2 person Kayak ( hard shell), house hold items, lots of good stuff. 299 West to Junction City – turn left on Sky Ranch Road ( across road from Junction City city limit sign). 2 Sky Ranch Road ( 1 mile, house on right) Friday, Saturday & Sunday – 9 am to 3 pm Smoker, generator, fishing gear, 24-inch bike and much, much more. Take 299 West to Junction City, turn lef...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

Kin gsbur y Gulch Fairground ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ Kin gsbur y Hill To p Goose Ranc h Roa d Dirt Roa d 53 HAYFORK Lewiston Road Deadwoo d Henrietta Lewiston Turn pike Steelhea d Salmon Browns Mtn. Rebe l 44 Quai l Poin t to Weaverville Steel Brid ge ~~ ~~ ~~ ~~ Indian Cree k Mobi le Home Park River Ranc h Road ~~ ~~ ~~ to Redding L ower Stee l Brid ge 47 49 48 50 51 Ponderosa Pines 45 Lewiston Roa d Dou glas Trini ty Dam Blvd Viola 41 Texas Fremon t Sutter Alder Cree k 40 38 42 43 Donne r 3rd 2nd 1st Schoo l House Road 37 Lewiston Roa d To p of the Grade 46 Redding to LEWISTON Creek Road, 1 mile to Coffee Creek Farms on left hand side. 34 799 Coffee Creek Road Friday, Saturday & Sunday 9 am to 3 pm 32 foot travel trailer, furniture, tools, lots of miscellaneous. 8 miles North of Trinity Center Hwy. 3, turn left on Coffee COFFEE CREEK 33 4030 Eagle Creek Loop Friday & Saturday - 8 to 5 pm; Sunday 8 am to 2 pm Furniture, bedding, Ducks Unlim...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

most recent employer, yet he spent many years working for local tree service companies. Randy was the son of Dennis C. Fullerton of Weaverville, and Patricia and Gerald Still of Fort Jones. He was the brother to Dennis J. and Algena Fullerton of Willow Creek, and Cole and Mandi Fullerton of Quincy. He was the grandson of Treva Fullerton of Shasta Lake City. Tyler is survived by his mother, Karla Thomas and her boyfriend Richard Rulde of Vallejo; a brother, Kyle Thomas of Hayfork; grandparents René Thomas of Angwin and Jim and Jean Kempster of Santa Rosa. He will also be greatly missed by his many aunts and uncles in the Napa Valley and Santa Rosa area, and his nephew, Payton James Thomas of Hayfork. No services are planned. Arrangements are being handled by Forrest Funeral Home. Tyler was born in 1987 in St. Helena. He attended elementary school at Howell Mountain School in Angwin and high school in St. Helena. He moved to Hayfork in 2005 with his family. Tyler James Thomas, age 21,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

FIREWOOD— Oak and fir. Delivered locally. 623-2622. Basin Trail! Additional services also available rubber mats Access to the Weaver around Small arena Wash rack area Enclosed stalls with Featuring: Horse boarding year Horse Boarding Facility K Star Ranch Coming this Spring to Weaverville ‘ 98 HONDA ACCORD 4 DR. ‘ 84 FORD RANGER PICKUP 4x4 long bed, 6 cyl, 5-speed. 4xBuy now! $ 2,995. ‘ 91 OLDSMOBILE WAGON, seats 8, Big labomba, runs well! $ 1,595, # 303934. ‘ 95 SIERRA 24-ft. TRAVEL TRAILER, self-contained, twin beds, A/ C, tandem axle. $ 7,995, # 004200. ‘ 94 FORD ESCORT WAGON, 4 cyl., 5-speed, A/ C. Runs great! $ 1,995, # 168390. ‘ 95 SUZUKI SIDE KICK, 4-dr. 4x4, 4 cyl., auto. Cheap little 4x4! $ 1,695, # 102575. NU TU YU AUTO SALES 623-5050 COUNTRY MANOR APARTMENTS in Weaverville Now Renting 2-bedroom 1 1/ 2 bath $ 710.00 per month Please contact John or Alex ( 530) 623-3184 If no anwser 888-384-2158 FREE FOR NOTHING FREE— 2-4 TONS SCRAP METAL, U pick up!. 286-2669. 8-27-2tp GAR...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

ets, oversized family room, oak cabinets, ceiling fans and chandeliers, rock hearth and pellet stove round out this very comfortable residence. only $ 192,500! ONE-ACRE LEVEL LOT with two meticulously maintained homes: one a 3-bedroom, 2-bath, the other 2-bed-room, 1-bath. Located in a quiet, quality neighborhood, these homes offer privacy and room to grow. Bring your friends and family or rent the second residence. The potential is endless. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR $ 269,000. IN-TOWN CONVENIENCE defines this newly carpeted 3-bedroom, one-bath house on one acre! About 1300 square feet of comfort with lots of offstreet parking, Fisher woodstove, covered entry, oversized utility/ laundry room, and eat-in kitchen with bar welcome your inspection. Completely fenced. Several outbuildings and lots of leafy shade to kick back in! COME ‘ N GET IT FOR $ 158,500! 623-4113 • Weaverville ( 530) REALTOR® 575A Main Street• Qrt |HJ!T0M.F LISTWG SERVICE HH^H MIS t=r LS ™ EQUALHOUS IB la Tri County H...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 August 2008

SAVE THE DATE: AT TRINITY ALPS REALTY [realtor' 5-14-tfc 3487. 9-26-tfc JUNCTION CITY— 2.5 acres in upscale neighborhood. $ 93,500. Wayne Burditt - 623ings included. Boat and aircraft hanger. OWC. Call George - 623-815-8403 or 530-266- 1917, Broker # 00975889., CLEAN 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME in Weaverville with 2-car garage, wood stove, washer/ dryer, stove & refrigerator, yard. $ 950/ mo. plus deposit. 290 Masonic Lane. Eagle Realty - 623-9403. 8-27-tfc 7-23-6tc RENTAL WANTED RENTAL APARTMENT OR ROOM IN HOUSE wanted in or near Weaverville for male, professional, non-smoker, parttime resident starting Oct. 1, 2008. No more than $ 350/ mo. Call Tom: 707-499-9341. 8-27-3tp RENOVATED APARTMENT— Two bedroom, 2 bath, washer/ dryer. $ 700/ mo. plus utilities. Email Dena at denapkins@ gmail. com. NEWLY W E AV E R V I L L E — T h r e e bedroom, 2.5 baths on 6 acres. Huge master bedroom and views of Mt. Shasta. $ 1,200/ mo. ( 805) 478-3774. 8-27-4tp 8-27-1tc Please call Jackie at Tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 3 September 2008

§111 A m X > A small group of protesters converges on Supervisor Jeff Morris as he walks to budget hearings on Friday. The group was protesting a proposed budget cut for animal control that by PHIL NELSON would have eliminated the animal shelter attendant position. “We’re going to work on it,” Morris told them. The attendant’s position was not cut, but her hours were reduced. Libraries, evade the animal shelter budget cleaver The biggest hit in the budget is to the sheriff’s department that is approximately $ 235,000 short of maintaining current staffing levels. Due to lost grant revenues and rising personnel costs, the department’s original deficit was about $ 450,000 just to maintain the status quo, but the recommended budget included cuts in other departments to bring the shortfall down to $ 235,000. Sheriff Lorrac Craig said The $ 59,493,979 budget contains approximately $ 1 million less in general fund revenue than the county received last year— which has been accomm...

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

Bodie is a 1 1/ 2-year-old male boxer available for adoption at the Trinity County Animal Shelter. Last week’s dog 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. Looking for a home 4 . 1 Weather and Lake Report ( AA) Weaverville, women’s Meeting, 6: 15 to 7: 15 p. m., Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Road. next to the IOOF Hall. ( NA) Lewiston, 6 p. m., dinner meeting, Trinity River Recovery Lodge, Old Lewiston Road. ( 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. For the week ending September 1, 2008 High Low 91 40 103 49 77 42 Monday 1 Saturday 30 Sunday 31 101 Tuesday 26 Wednesday 27 Thursday 28 Friday 29 93 44 ( AA) Willow Creek, 7 p. m., Senior Res...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 3 September 2008

You read about the Summer of Smoke T-shirts in the Redding paper and now you want one of your own. Well, you can find them at the Bottle of Ink silkscreen shop in downtown Weaverville. Owner Geoffrey Beebe has them in an assortment of colors and North Valley Bank offices in Hayfork and Weaverville are hosting barbecues for customer appreciation day. See their ad on page 6 for information as to the date and time of this event. Angela’s Bead Art is expanding its collection of sweet garb with new additions by brands like Ingear, Want and Surface. Trinity Alps Chiropractic and Wellness Center welcomes back Becky Burgess to its team. Kathy Whiting is now the chiropractic assistant as they have added nutritional testing to analyze all conditions. Their new location is 60-B Glen Road. ers have purchased and expanded the former Fackrell’s Fast Lube on Highway 299 in Weaverville. They will offer tires and alignments as well as other auto mechanic services. sizes. Welcome to new Trinity Count...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 3 September 2008

.3* Supporters save libraries Poor fire management The TRINITY JOURNAL Trinity County’s Newspaper Since 1856 P. O. Box 340, 500 Main St., Weaverville, CA 96093 Phone ( 530) 623-2055 Fax ( 530) 623-5382 E-mail trinityjournal@ dcacable. net Editor Mike Wenninger Lloyd Smith, Bridget Carson composition / printing Ad composition Distributor Barry Leeder Phil Nelson Photography Assistant News Editor Sharon Waterhouse Published by Trinity Journal, Inc. Mike Wenninger, President mm Mother wentin- Organization is continuing for the Fallen Firefighters Memorial on Sept. 13. FROM HERK SHRINER WEAVERVILLE On Sept. 6, the Trinity County Fire Chiefs Association and the Weaverville Volunteer Fire Department will sponsor a barbecue dinner at Lee Fong Park. The Clampers will be cooking. You will be served very well. FROM CORKY LETELLIER WEAVERVILLE Choosing a running mate is one of the first big decisions that a presidential candidate makes, so let’s think about judgment. Is it better judgment to p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 3 September 2008

7 Very shortly, life will be back to normal here and you will turn on Dutch Creek Road with a lump in your throat that we are all safe again. September 13 will be the memorial for all the fi refi ghters lost in this fi re. Over 1,000 people are expected to come for this event. After the 13th, we will settle back down to the quiet life we live here. ams who steps in and brings you the news in the J. C. Monitor when I’m not available. the North Fork Grange, but if they aren’t there, they will be outside the Junction City Store. Kudos for more unsung heroes go to Lucy De Maris who took cookies to the fi refi ghters and Phil Kidder who kept the bulletin board at the community center up to date with all events and announcements. Kudos to Kathy Ad- Back to School Night at the Junction City School will be Sept. 4 at 6 p. m. On Aug. 16 at a Sacramento restaurant, Scott Wallace and Janine Wallace Mehta hosted a 50th wedding anniversary party for their parents, John and Nancy Wallace of Weave...

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

owners for fuel reduction projects; and discuss regulatory compliance options for landowners. Senior Community Breakfast will be on Sunday, Sept. 7, at 8 a. m. The AARP Six Rivers Senior Citizens luncheon will be Sept. 19 at noon. Wishing a Happy Birthday to Cheryl Anderson, Jean Dinsmore and Herb Durrett. Also this month, Happy Anniversary to B. J. and Steve Delaney, Terry and Jim White. I wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you to our children Jay, Belinda, Chris and Teri Levitt for giving us a wonderful party, celebrating our 50th wedding anniversary. Hayfork will host a match against Southern Trinity on Wednesday, Sept. 3, with only the varsity teams playing. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 5 and 6, will have the Lady Timberjacks varsity and junior varsity teams traveling to Fall River for the Fall River Tournament. The Wolves won the JV match in a close contest. Trinity was scheduled to play Hayfork in a rematch at Trinity High School on Sept. 2. The Wolves started Beth Cla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 3 September 2008

The Trinity High School varsity Wolves played their first game of the season against Yreka on Friday. The Wolves lost 16-27. The Wolves have another home game this Friday against Central Valley. Loss for Wolves Garden Café The Open for Dinner at 5 pm every Friday, Saturday & Sunday This week featuring: Fresh Grilled Salmon Herb Crusted Lamb Chops 670 Main St., Weaverville• For reservations • 623-2058 Junior lineman Ryan Gonzalez’ second kickoff gave the Panthers the ball at the Chiloquin 34 and, after three consecutive plays resulted in five-yard penalties, the Panthers fumbled with junior lineman Tommy Evans of the Timberjacks making the recovery for the Jacks’ Minassian started the drive. Harrison then ran 20 yards on his first carry and followed up with three more runs that culminated with the Jacks’ first score. Sophomore Chester Champion scored the conversion for 2 points and an 80 lead. second touchdown and David Vandervoort, another junior, scored the 2-point conv...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 3 September 2008

$ 28 a year Hyampom or Helsinki whether you live in www. trinityjournal. com The board also agreed to reduce the county auditor’s recommended reserve for mandated healthcare services to jail inmates from $ 190,000 to $ 158,923, which is still a $ 75,000 improvement over last year. The changes will allow the board to reinstate funding that was proposed to be eliminated for ambulance services and volunteer fire departments. A $ 100,000 contribution of health realignment money to Trinity Hospital was also proposed for elimination, but reinstated at $ 65,000 in the proposed budget. to be reduced to three-quar-ters time, and fees for licensing and redemption of animals are to be raised. commerce are reduced in the proposed budget from $ 9,338 last year to $ 5,000 each, and the Humboldt Trinity Recreation Alliance is to drop from $ 4,519 to $ 2,500. The TOT also funds a $ 25,000 annual allocation to the Trinity County Fair. Some people also attended the budget hearings last week carrying ...

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

This event was held in conjunction with some 10,000 similar events around the country, emphasizing the grassroots Over 70 people gathered at Johnson’s Steakhouse in Weaverville last week to watch Sen. Barack Obama deliver his historic speech accepting the Democratic nomination for the presidency of the United States. Democratic gathering by PHIL NELSON Obama supporters gathered for his speech. Following Obama’s speech, Jeff Morris, a Trinity County supervisor and Democratic congressional candidate, addressed the group and discussed his views on the change needed at the local congressional level and how Trinity County citizens can help by participating in his campaign. nature of Obama’s run for the presidency. The show will continue daily through Sept. 28. Hours are 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Monday through Saturday, and 11 a. m. to 4 p. m. on Sundays. For more information, call the Highland at 623-5111. There will be a reception on Saturday, Sept. 6, from 5 to 8 p. m. during the Weavervill...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 3 September 2008

The Timberjack 4-H Club’s new year is beginning and an introductory/ enrollment meeting will be held Sept. 8 from 6 to 8 p. m. at the Youth Center in Hayfork. There will be games and a new format for the new year, including animal projects and many non-animal projects. 06 DAVID McCARTER David McCarter, 64, of Hayfork died Aug. 27 at Trinity Hospital of natural causes. We have been doing most of our traveling out of town using the 10 road through Indian Valley, avoiding the delays, and just taking our time. But, last week, coming home from Redding, it was after hours and we took the Hyampom Road. Where did that extra hill come from? There are some stoplights at one corner, and the light was red, so we stopped. The light never turned green, so after figuring that enough time had passed for another car, we went ahead. The light was red on the other side, too! We figured that now is the time for all those road artists to get out here with their spray paint and write“ Fix This Road”! Hom...

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