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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 17 September 2008

~ ~ P. O. Box 2370 -111 Mountain View St., Weaverville, CA 96093 HpMf - 1 * 623-2024 or 1 -800-358-5251 The winner of Coast Central Credit Union's contest for a day of golfing and dinner for four at Trinity Alps Golf Course is Diana Sheen of Weaverville! Congratulations to Diana! And if you haven't joined - Now's the time. Give us a call today! Welcome to all of our new members who recently joined Coast Central Credit Union! You are now part of a local network of nearly 52,000 residents who receive lower loan rates, higher savings dividends and lower fees. Ensure that your children ages 0-6 are properly restrained in the correct restraint system for their age and size every time they travel in a vehicle Pictured above: Winner Diana Sheen ofWeaverville receives award from Coast Central's Jayme Nickelson Belonging Never Felt Better™ Coast Central I Credit Union (LsJf Car seats free to low income families at the Human Response Network i The primary vehicle that an ALUC uses to meet its...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 17 September 2008

I’ll leave it to Tom to speak for the Republicans. But please, Tom, don’t distract us. You and I agree this is a historic and, I believe, simple election. If you think our country is headed in the right direction under George Bush, John McCain and the Republicans, vote for McCain. If you agree with me that almost everywhere we turn we are headed in the wrong direction, then it seems to me you should vote Barack Obama for president and our own Jeff Morris for Congress. I’m a Democrat because in the end I believe government should help those who have nowhere else to turn. I’m a Democrat because I believe the federal government has a responsibility to support rural areas like Trinity County and that our county schools and roads should not be held hostage to federal forest policies. I think public service should be respected and not ridiculed. I believe that law enforcement, fire departments and EMS providers--vol-unteer or professional--should have the financial resources they need to ...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 17 September 2008

Russell once again contributed 20 assists, Reynolds and Mercill each added eight kills and Jaime Curry had seven aces to go with four kills. 3-0, winning 25-15, 25-14 and 25-16. positions. me Curry ( middle) moved up from the JV team and played in Leanna Ferrer’s place and Melia Mercill ( outside) started in place of Tracy Johnson. Sidney Russell, Chelsea Reynolds and Kaylynn Owens retained their starting “It was so hot,” said coach Amy Curry.“ It’s always interesting playing in Hoopa’s gym with the setting sun shining through the frosted windows. Of course we got the side facing west in two of the games which had the girls wishing they had brought sunglasses.” Even with the heat and revamped lineup, the result was the same as Tuesday’s win. Hayfork took the match Hayfork outscores Hoopa Thursday, playing in a very hot Hoopa gym, saw the same results with a different cast of characters for Hayfork. Melissa Pina ( opposite) replaced Taylor Fielding. Jai- In Tuesday’s match, won 3-0 b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 17 September 2008

Grand Champion Turkey – Michelle Gamlen Purchased By: Herk’s Hoe Reserve Champion Turkey – Blue Millsap Purchased By: Trinity Lumber & Building Supply Alice DiMicele Imaginations and Dragonfly Outfitters, and in Hayfork at Zion Foods. For more information, visit www. tapaconline. org. be featured throughout the day along with Paul Boruff. Tickets are $ 8 per person, $ 12 per couple and $ 15 per family and can be purchased at the businesses listed above. On Saturday, fiddlers ages 3 to 83 from all over the west will compete in the annual all-day Weaverville Open Old Time Fiddle Contest. The fiddling starts at 9: 30 a. m. and continues until 8: 30 p. m. Bluegrass and country bands will the door for $ 10 to $ 15 on a sliding scale. Children under 12 will be admitted free and are welcome at this performance. Refreshments will be available. Take a cushion for floor seating. Chairs will be provided toward the back of the room. For more information, call 623-2656 or visit www. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 17 September 2008

v i 9 Y I RELAY ■ FOR LIFE Prime Rib Dinner Live music and dancing to follow • To benefit local scholarship fund September 20, 6 - 8 pm - $ 14 Lewiston Moose Family Center The Public is Welcome to join us at the [era*lira QggsO - - m& - (fy By PHIL NELSON Relay for Life Volunteers from around the county came together this past weekend for the annual Relay for Life benefi t fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. Numerous fundraising events held during the year and Saturday’s 24-hour event helped raise over $ 70,000 for the fi ght against cancer. By SANDY EVANS 623-2117 saltfl at@ snowcrest. net Douglas City Diggins ORDER ONLINE AND DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR www. orchardnutrition. com ORCHARD NUTRITION CENTER IS NOW ONLINE GAS! Save Oct. 11 for a really fun night out on the town - it’s Sadie Hawkins Night at the Old Gym, and ladies, this is where you can invite the men to join you! Debbie Paul of Mountain Mama Music will be providing dance music at your request and maybe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 17 September 2008

ing students from around our Burnt Ranch Superintendent Sarah Supahan said, “I know that we’re attract- ( Continued from page 1) Junction City also gained students over the past 10 years, with Burnt Ranch up 22 students since 1999 and Junction City up seven students since 1999. Schools the show. They estimate their equipment is worth appoximately $ 170,000. James George ( at left above) and James Hicks. They are posing with about one-quarter of the gear used to produce A really big show Hundreds of people enjoyed a multimedia show presented Friday and Saturday nights at One Maple Winery in Lewiston. It was a musical performance that included lasers. The show was a tribute to composer Jean Michel Jarre, a pioneer in electronic music and producer of some of the largest concerts ever presented. At left, a school of fi sh is seen on the circular projection screen. The performance was by two Lewiston men who call themselves The Jarreheads— Photos by Mike Wenninger Chinese Moon Festival S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 17 September 2008

31 ■ ™ ■ r ■ tf - The family of David Steele having lunch with the other families at the Grange Hall before the ceremony. From left are David’s aunt, Jennifer; his cousin Kyle; mother, Susanne; grandmother, Sally; and father, Paul. Herk Shriner presents the granite monument, weighing approximately 5,300 pounds, that now stands in front of the Junction City Fire Hall to honor fallen firefighters. A memorial ceremony was held Saturday to honor the 11 firefighters who died in wildfires in Trinity and Siskiyou counties this season. Above, master of ceremonies > - A ANDKEU T WLHtk m mil 8*b la li ■■ If: Trinity County residents, firefighters’ families and others attended the ceremony. Catherine Renno and Bruce LeMay, parents of Caleb Renno, speaking at the memorial. Shasta Dam winter schedule In honor of Caleb Renno and Jim Ramage, Murphy “Seahorse” Green ( with microphone) led an Indian ceremony to send the fallen firefighters home. George“ Walking Bear” Gillette, in wheelcha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 17 September 2008

New Express – Greenhood & Newbauer have purchased W. F. Rowe’s Express business, which they will conduct hereafter. For several days the mountains surrounding this place have been hidden in smoke. Saturday, Sept. 18, 1858 150 YEARS AGO The Catholics of Shasta have had a fi ne organ constructed in Marysville, which they are about placing in their church. Saturday, Sept. 15, 1883 125 YEARS AGO Getting Dusty – Owing to a scarcity of water, street-sprinkling has Testy brothers are running a tun- The Ladies’ Aid Society will give an Apron Sale at the old Balch store building on Main Street on the evening of Oct. 16. A light rain commenced falling Tuesday. It rained enough to lay the dust for a while. All indications point to an early fall. Saturday, Sept. 19, 1908 100 YEARS AGO The mining industry, long in the doldrums, is feeling the surge of new life with the government’s decision ~ ~ Notice – for the benefi t of the people of Trinity County I wish to state that the x-ray e...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 17 September 2008

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 17 September 2008

YOUNG KIKO MEAT GOATS for sale. . . Does and wethers. Ready to butcher this December. 628-1032. These animals strictly organic. 8-27-4tp MISC FOR SALE ANTIQUE FIVE-LEG, SLIDING OVAL DROP-LEAF TABLE with four leaves. Seats up to 12 comfortably. Gets small, yet great for the holidays and extended familiy. $ 375. Call 6232155. 9-10-tfcnc GREAT CAMP TRAILER— 1973 21 ft. Vneer. As is. $ 600 OBO. 623-5937. 9-17-2tc HELP WANTED Prior medical experience preferred. Please send letter of interest and resume to Six Rivers Planned Parenthood, 3225 Timber Fall Court, Eureka, CA 95503, Attn: HR. Closes Sept. 26, 2008. Member of North Coast Clinics Network. 9-17-2tc 1990 CADILLAC DEVILLE— 4door, all auto power, 19-22 mpg. Good condition. $ 3,500 OBO. 623-5794. 9-17-2tc or 778-3876. 9-17-1tc NEW HOURS FOR FALL— The Country Peddler Antiques, Nostalgia and Gifts will be open 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. on weekends and some holidays. 778-3325 ANTIQUES SCHMIDT’S LAWNS N STUFF — Lawn mowing, weed eating, and ge...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 17 September 2008

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 17 September 2008

__________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________ ~ Trinity Journal Advertiser _________________________________________ Dates to Run _______________________________________ April 16 ~ inches 575A Main Street• Size ______________________________________________ 623-4113 • Weaverville ______________________________________________ inches ( 530) ______________________________________________ WEAVERVILLE Commercial Lots located on Hwy 3. Total .78 acre with great exposure. WCSD water, sewer and ready for your projects. Zoned C-1 retail. If you need commercial land, this is it. OWC $ 195,000 for both lots. Special Instruction ___________________________________ ________________________...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

r .- - 50 CENTS Top forest official defends fire policy WEAVERVILLE, TRINITY COUNTY, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2008 (1.UI u by PHIL NELSON Agriculture Undersecretary Mark Rey talks with Kathy Rose about her timberlands that were scorched during Forest Service burning operations in the Corral Bottom area. “The suppression tactics seem to have gone from direct line construction to indirect,” Fitch said.“ All that’s really doing is creating a lot more fire, a lot more smoke.” More country is burning, he said, and firefighters are exposed to more danger. “We’re just asking the Forest Service to take a hard look at the strategy they’re using,” he said. sible Fire Management, formed two years ago, retired Big Bar District Ranger Charley Fitch questioned current fire suppression tactics. Fitch noted that from the Forest Service’s inception ( in 1905) to 1998, fewer than 100,000 acres burned in the Big Bar District. From 1999 to this year, he said, 350,000 acres have burned. Also fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

Smokey, a spayed boxer/ lab cross, was found in the Hayfork fire. She is available for adoption at the Trinity County Animal Shelter. The shelter also has lots of kittens. Call ACO Christine Edwards at 623-1370. Looking for a home ( 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 on Browns Ranch Road. by PHIL NELSON 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., Weavervill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

) M LAPP has raised nearly $ 300,000 for the pool construction through other grants from several sources and numerous private donations. Construction began on the new pool this summer with volunteer labor from local contractors and equipment operators, and the first phase of the project including pool construction is to be completed this year. Total material costs for the new building are estimated at $ 75,000 and LAPP pledged to raise the balance needed through additional community fundraisers and grant opportunities. project to construct a new bathroom/ shower and locker room to meet current health and safety codes and match the quality of the new pool. The Lowden Aquatic Park Project in Weaverville was also successful in its request for a $ 15,000 grant that will go toward Phase 2 of the pool She emphasized the amount of donated labor, materials and cash to date exceeding $ 53,000 raised by members of the community. An estimated balance of $ 40,000 is needed to complete construct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

FROM GEORGE BATES LEWISTON What must be obvious to anyone that is not totally brain dead is that the concept of“ free market” self regulation is a farce, one that ends up being very costly for the rest of us. There should be no free ride; these bailouts need to come with the return of regulations and oversights that will keep this from happening again. FROM M. POTTS WEAVERVILLE If I hear the word“ change” one more time during this presidential election, I will vomit. The two-party political cesspool in which Washington operates is broken and corrupt. Every election cycle Republican and Democratic candidates promise change, but when they get into office all we get is more of the same old tired, corrupt, incompetent and unconstitutional rule we have gotten for decades. tion to Article I, section 8, which articulates the enumerated powers of Congress. This section lays out a litmus test that must be met prior to passing any legislation, but it’s as if it doesn’t exist. Congress constan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

Former State Senator and Democratic candidate for State Assembly District 1 September 24, 2008 v By SANDY EVANS 623-2117 saltfl at@ snowcrest. net Douglas City Diggins 1 Appointments are limited and may be made in advance by calling Janet Taylor at ( 530) 623-4410 before Oct. 1. Or you can arrive early to schedule an appointment on the day of the quilt show, Saturday, Oct. 4, if space is available. Did you ever wonder what grandma’s old quilt is really worth? Here is a chance to fi nd out. This year, the Autumn in the Alps Quilt Show features quilt appraiser Laurie Short. She will be appraising quilts for condition and insurance value at the Congregational Church Parish Hall for a fee of $ 20. Have your old quilt appraised at quilt show Deer season began with a bang Saturday. About 30 shots echoed off the mountains near Steel Bridge Road at twilight. The reports of two bucks taken in Deerlick Pond Road. The process involved spreading strong liquid bonding material to fi ll in the cr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

I Weaverville Weaverville Transfer Site off Hwy 3 at 173 Tom Bell Road Hayfork Library in parking lot at corner of Hyampom Road & Hwy 3 Hayfork By BILL BROSCHAT Halfback Ray Eslick takes a hand-off from quarterback Scotty Harrison. Junior running back David Vandervoort scored the fi nal points of the game on a short touchdown run early in the fi nal stanza and a 28-yard touchdown run as the fourth quarter was coming to an end, for a fi - nal score of 44-16. Harrison returned the second half kickoff 80 yards for another Timberjack touchdown, increasing the lead to 32-8. The Bulldogs responded with a touchdown and conversion, making the score 32-16. A 35-yard TD pass from Harrison to Donald Ferguson was called back on a penalty, but a Ray Eslick gain of 20 yards, a Warren run for 5 and another run by Eslick for 6 yards set up a 13-yard run by Harrison for the touchdown, increasing the lead to 26-8 at halftime. ald Ferguson resulted in the Timberjack touchdown and a 12-8 le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

221 LOCUST ST. REDDING 244-9600 WE’RE OPEN EVERYDAY 9am to 9pm! Musick Notes Page Fishing Report By E. B. Duggan ( 530) 629-3554 yen2fish@ yahoo. com /ft Hayfork’s victory over Los Molinos was number 99 for Timberjacks Coach Randy Harrison. By BILL MUSICK The Hayfork High School Timberjacks open Evergreen League play when they host U-Prep Friday night at Ernie Glass Field in a 7: 30 p. m. game on Sept. 26. U-Prep is playing in its first-ever varsity football season and would be undefeated had they not been forced to forfeit their 28-0 victory over Los Molinos in their season opener due to playing an ineligible player. In last Friday’s game, the Panthers defeated the Trinity Wolves and they come into the game with Hayfork as one of the league favorites. Ave Graham of Trinity Village caught and released a nice 8-pound native steelie Saturday. He said it was the largest native iron head he had ever caught. He was using a # 3 gold Blue Fox. Down in the Hoopa valley, fishermen have reall...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 24 September 2008

the first half of the 20th century was wet, but in the early 1950s an extended dry period started which continues today. Forest Supervisor Sharon Heywood mentioned several local Forest Service employees who worked with the management teams to provide continuity. From SPI, Walz said he was thinking of the old fire management officers“ who knew all the fuel breaks,” and another person said,“ They retired.” Rey took a helicopter tour of the fire areas. Meanwhile, there was discussion among residents and Forest Service officials as to whether local resources and knowledge were used by the incident command teams. Rey said these are issues not for the Forest Service but for the NRCS, and said he will work with the agency on this. “I still have families that are trucking water to their homes and it’s been a couple of months,” Freeman said. He added that 20 homes and businesses Downriver were left without water when their systems were destroyed in burnouts – and when they contact the Forest...

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