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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 21 June 2011

The victim was 71 year-old Norma Jean Richberger of Fall River Mills. The other driver, Burkley R. RCD passes its new budget proximately 55 mph when, for an unknown reason she drifted onto the north shoulder, lost control and traveled into the eastbound lane, hitting Patterson who was eastbound. She was declared dead at the scene. Patterson, 47, of Palo Cedro was, according to the Highway Patrol, airlifted to Mercy Medical Center in Redding with moderate injuries. According to Highway Patrol Officer S. Wagner, Richberger was westbound on Highway 299 at ap- By Valerie Lakey Mountain Echo reporter Sergeant did in shooting his job right in the victim’s vehicle which has since been recovered. Steven Bautista should be considered armed and dangerous as the victim related that he is in possession of a stolen rifle that had been taken during recent thefts in the Burney area. The Sheriff ’ s Department is asking for the publics help in locating him and would like any information on the rece...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 21 June 2011

Editor: The teachers and staff at Mt. View High School would like to thank all the businesses for their support and donations contributed to our Sober Grad night. Without all of the thoughtful and much needed support, our students would not be able to participate in a Sober Grad event. Thank you again to each and everyone. Thank You! A weekly newspaper of general circulation published every Tuesday. Blue Skies Valerie Lakey The faculty and staff of Mountain View-Soldier Mountain STAFF Publisher: Donna Caldwell Editor: Walt Caldwell Sports Editor: Ron Mosher News: Mountain Cruisers Car Club Ron Conley, President 415-403-0100 Your legislators U. S. Senate Barbara Boxer 1700 Montgomery St. Ste 240, San Francisco, CA 94111 Granite Bay, CA 95746 House of Representatives Shasta County Wally Herger 280 Hemsted, Suite 105 Redding, CA 96002 ( 530) 223-5897 House of Representatives Tom McClintock Lassen/ Modoc County 4230 Douglas Blvd. St 200 CA State Assembly Jim Nielsen 280 Hemsted Dr. St 1...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 21 June 2011

The 18-year old graduate of Fall River Jr/ Sr High School this past June, is the daughter of Robert and Cynthia Coulter. Her sponsors are Moonlight Motor Sports, Napa Auto Parts, Bob and Jean Hackney and The Old Merc. The 16 year-old daughter of Willie and Sharon Lyons of Burney. She is a junior at Burney Jr/ Sr High School. Her sponsors are Studio 299, Half Time Pizza, Hat Creek Construction, Burney Valley Realty, Burney Transportation and Bubbles Meadows. Elena Albaugh and Carri Pirosko AAUW honors two Hardware Sale! 10% off Everything fa the Store Including Lumber, Building Materials & Pipe!* (Excludes Husqvarna, Sale Items & Special Orders) DRAWING EVERY HOUR FOR FREE PRIZES t. oui ley lor 14 years and has success fully treated symptoms associated with migraines, whiptash injuries and fibromyalgia He has treated many victims of motor vehicle accidents, and of course has had great success treating people suffering from Cooking Whole Grains and Seeds for Gr...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 21 June 2011

Matt Hawkins of Hawkins Timber Falling and Tree Service has over 20 years professional experience taking care of trees. MIKE'S AUTOMOTIVE AND rRANSMISSION Mike Vaughn, Owner ■Free Estates 'Guaranteed Work 335-3110 37030 Main. Street Burney D A bl «' e ,43402 Hwy 299E* Fall River Mills, ou e utomotiv We Make Your Car Run Like New! 336-5905 Smog Checks *Brakei *Enqine Repairs *Oil Changes *Air Conditioning www. doubles.mechanicnet.com Sunday its back to the a BBQ pork sandwich for $ 7.50 Thursday it’s a Western Burger for $ 7.50. Friday features BBQ Pork Ribs for $ 9.50. Saturday it’s a quarter BBQ Chicken for $ 6.50 or a half for $ 8.50. Duncan’s Frosty wants hungry people and with their daily specials you can see why. Wednesday features a BBQ Pork Sandwich for $ 7.50. Read and ride partnership formed Need work done on your trees? Hawkins Timber Falling will do it! Burney Elementary PTA has once again partnered with the Burney Library this summer to offer the“ Read and Ride” Summer R...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 21 June 2011

y M enu item onl *New open Monday nights for dinner* *Fathersday kick off June 19th* *Back by popular demand Sunday Barbeque* TIONS 530 336- AV Gymkhana’s scheduled 17. Check-in will be at 5: 00 p. m. Participants must be IMKRA members and the applications will be available at check-in. For more information call Peggy at 945-4473. Elk Hunt tickets are also on sale. Call Craig at 604-0258 and leave a message to purchase tickets. McARTHUR – The Intermountain Junior Rodeo Association has announced that the Association’s Gymkhana will be July 13, 27 and August Station Fire Hall. The cost is $ 6.50. They will also have a The Old Station Volunteer Fire Department will host its annual Chicken BBQ fundraiser on Saturday, July 30, 2011 from Noon to 5: 00 p. m. at the Rim Rock Ranch Resort in Old Station. The menu includes a half chicken, salad, baked beans, bread, dessert and beverage. The cost is $ 9.00 for adults and $ 5.00 for children under 10-years-old. unteers. When Larry is not workin...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 21 June 2011

wounded are put up at the base’s guest hotel. She says they are treated wonderfully and given a lot of support. THE BIG WINNER OF THIS YEAR’$ 1000 SHOPPING GIVEAWAY..... Jim Policastro of McArthur. The name was selected at random on June 15 from about 500 entries submitted at Valley Hardware in Fall River Mills from March 1st through May 31. Policastro gets to choose $ 1000 of merchandise from the store’s Do It Best spring catalog. THANK YOU ALL Meet the CSD District Manager With sincere gratitude, we thank the following businesses and individuals for their generosity to Burney High School Sober Grad 2011! We couldn’t do it without your support! – Burney Boosters Club Opens Friday June 24th loam An organizational meeting was held on June 16 and the MAC is now in full swing. On April 20, the Fall River Valley created the Municipal Advisory Council. It is the only public agency in the Fall River Valley tasked with discussing and advising on the long-range planning of municipal service...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 21 June 2011

School Association event here week. winning the event at the annual California High ( CHSRA) this past Rodeo Humphry roped his way to the top of the 45competitor field with times of 10.52 and 11.05 in the opening to rounds, and a time of 13.03 in the short-go for an average of 34.6 seconds at the top prize. He teamed up with Colton Campbell to take third in the Team Roping Competition. Now Humphry and Campbell are off to the High School National Championships in July. The team will compete against athletes from all over the US in team roping, and Humphry will also compete at the national level in Tie Down Roping. Humphry also finished 15th in the boys cutting competition at the state meet. Other Intermountain Area athletes at the state: Quincy Crum took 8th in Saddle Bron Riding and 41st in Tie Down Roping. Bailey Bidwell, defending Goat Tying champion finished 25th 3-on-3 basketball tournament set to run in Burney July 9-10 STERLING HUMPHRY California State Champion level. Emily Vi...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 21 June 2011

PjpSf_ McIlroy is from northern Ireland and has the Irish brogue that everyone loves to imitate on St. Patrick’s Day... but most of us can’t come close to sounding authentic. Yep, you’d card him if he ordered a drink. He looks like someone who should be walking a high school campus, rather than the best golf courses in the world. RORY WHO???? We have a new idol on the PGA circuit, now that Tiger Woods has self-destructed. Rory McIlroy, a 22-year old freckled faced kid is the toast of the golfing world after winning the US Open Sunday in record fashion. He went wire-to-wire shooting a record setting 16-under par to win the prestigious event at the Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland. ■f I Ron Mosher rom the Side ines * y YA ing. Fishing the lakes such as Baum is still a good bet. Though open all year, you can’t beat summer fishing on the lake. Good fishing! Lake Britton still has somewhat murky water. The small mouth Bass have decided to spawn, so fishing them is running...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 21 June 2011

' TO On this page we give you a glimpse of the recreational idea’s that could make your next family outing memorable and within everyone’s budget. With gas prices high, McArthur-Burney Falls State Park is a great local destination for a family outing, that won’t force you to apply for a loan to fill up the family SUV. Campsites, showers, hiking trails, fishing, and Lake Britton - a destination in itself for recreation. Within the limits of the Park, Lake Britton offers a sandy beach, roped off swimming, boat, paddle boat and kayak rentals. There’s also a great picnic area for family outings. Besides the breathtaking beauty and sounds of the waterfall, there is an abundant recreation area offered by the Park to all visitors - local or from afar. It’s the number one destination when visitors come to invade our homes for their annual vacation... but sometimes we forget all about it unless the in-laws come a callin’. I ntermountain Area residents have a majestic backyard. Within minutes...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 21 June 2011

CLASSIFIED PAGES WANTED TO BUY ANNOUNCEMENTS HELP WANTED Get JOBS BY TEXT On Your Vonage Unlimited Calls in U. S. & 60 Countries! NO ANNUAL CONTRACT! $ 14.99 For 3 Months! Then Only $ 25.99/ mo. Plus Free Activation. Call 888-860-6724. ( Cal-SCAN) AUCTIONS/ REAL ESTATE SHIPWRECK’S HIDDEN TREASURES “Im looking for good antiques, collectibles & used furniture” Nest to the fire hall in FALL RIVER MILLS 336-7310 ONLINE LAND SALE 6/ 30/ 11 . 30+ lots - prices slashed! No Qualifying! Low Down! CA, NV, NM, AZ Counties. Bidding starts at $ 10. www. SunnyLandAuction. com 1-866-SUNNYLAND. ( CalSCAN) AUTOS WANTED FOR SALE BY OWNER Cell Phone, Free! Construction, HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, Automotive. Certify your skills. Create your free profile and resume in 5 minutes. www. Work ersNow. com. ( Cal-SCAN) HELP WANTED/ DRIVERS Reciba TRABAJOS POR TEXTO En Su Teléfono Móbil, Gratis! Construcción, HVAC, Electricistas, Plomería, Automo triz. Certifique sus habilidades. Cree...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 21 June 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 21 June 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 28 June 2011

Sgt. Steve Grashoff says Deputies Mike Matheson and Jesse Gunsauls reported the youth was so drunk that if he had been an adult he could have been booked for public intoxication. The deputies, searching for fugitive Christopher Justice Mitchell, saw the residents trying to feed the youth a sandwich to help him sober up. Deputies found an 8-year-old Burney boy being helped by three area residents on the bank of Burney Creek south of Park at approximately 2 p. m. Wednesday. 8-year old rescued Drunk Photos by Walt Caldwell ( above) Redding artist Raette Meridith works on the mural on the front of the Burney Veterans Hall ( Right) American Legion Commander Jim Arveson admires the mural. Vets Hall renovations complete The 2-month renovations to both the Fall River and Burney Veterans Halls has been completed. The renovations include a number of improvements that bring the halls into compliance with the American’s with Disabilities Act. The cost was approximately $ 400,400. Sixty percent ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 28 June 2011

$ 20,146+$ 17,325+$ 7,688+ $ 46,834 + 33% of 415-403-0100 Your legislators U. S. Senate Barbara Boxer 1700 Montgomery St. Ste 240, San Francisco, CA 94111 A weekly newspaper of general circulation published every Tuesday. STAFF Publisher: Donna Caldwell Editor: Walt Caldwell Sports Editor: Ron Mosher News: Katie Clift Glenda Jordan Office - Circulation Joy Tjaden Diane Head Val Lakey Loretta Russell Advertising: Founded: October 8, 1977 Periodical postage paid at Fall River Mills, CA 96028, U.S.P.S. #507630 • POSTAGE • Adjudicated as a legal newspaper for the county of Shasta, November 8,1982 by Superior Court Decree #74779 him as a dentist. He was my dentist when I was in high school. He was a big part of our community and will be missed. Inter-Mountain Fair Queen contestants are busy preparing for the July 23rd pageant. There are seven girls participating, with representation from Burney, Fall River and Big Valley. Mark your calendars; it is not on the opening day of fair this yea...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 28 June 2011

ADIN – Big Valley Days has been postponed until further notice. Originally scheduled for July 9, they have been unable to meet that date Carla Conner, President of the Committee says. It took the giant eagle which wasn’t quite old enough to have a white head and tail, about a half hour to recover and finally fly down the canyon - not without looking Hank over with its hungry eyes a couple of Barbecue set for July 8 Tri Tip invited. The church is having a barbecue and free music and the public is of town. McARTHUR – God’s Country Band, a country music group will perform from 2 p. m. to 5 p. m., Sunday, July 3 at Valley Baptist Church at the curve on the west end Eagle coming down the canal resembled the tail of a whale about to slap the water. She and her dog, Hank, were busy doing what they do on most days, fishing at the Hat Two fore bay when she looked up. A world traveler who has been to Egypt and seen the pyramids and to China and seen the Great Wall, among other things has live...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 28 June 2011

advertisement advertisement Your advertisement could be here CALL 336-6262 FOR DETAILS A LAST MINUTE BURST OF ENERGY WAS PUT TO GOOD USE... Mrs. Hayes and Fall River Elementary students planted shrubs and helped beautify the school grounds as the school year wound down. Monday thru Friday 9am to 5pm * Saturday noon to 4pm e bl D A AUTOMOTIVE AND rRANSMISSION Mike Vaughn, Owner ■Free Estates 'Guaranteed Work 335-3110 ITuSO Main Str&et Burney MIKE'S 43402 Hwy 299E * Fall River Mills, ou e utomotiv We Make Your Car Run Like New! 336-5905 Smog Checks *Brakes *Enqine Repairs *Oil Changes *Air Conditioning www. do .1 b I re. rr ech an i c n e I. c o n ce k • Hawkins Timber Burney • 262-8767 Next to Fire Hall ME WA! onday, Thursd day and Satur Women • Men Children LK-INS WELCO Shelton Mttys HAIR SATO 37064 Main St ay day OPEN Intermountain Foundation awarded four UC San Diego. The Community Foundation serves Shasta and Siskiyou Counties. Individuals, organizations, and business...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 28 June 2011

Photo by Walt Caldwell Chistopher Mitchell Shasta County Sheriff ’ s deputies are seeking information that can lead to the arrest of Christopher Justice Mitchell, 32, of Burney. Mitchell, wanted for numerous drug related warrants, is known to primarily use a bicycle to get around. He was last seen in the vicinity of Tamarack and Park. Anyone with information is urged to call 9-1-1 and give that dispatcher the information. The tips may be anonymous. Mitchell’s hair may be longer than is shown in the previous booking photograph. Private First Class Raymond Agee successfully completed Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Oklahoma on June 3. His parents Patrick and Janine Keep of Burney and David Agee of McArthur and friends Pfc. Raymond Agee completed basic training Rodney and Dawn Gentry of Oak Hills were at his graduation. Agee is currently stationed at Fort Gordon, Georgia where he is doing his advanced individual training. He is a 2008 graduate of Fall River High School. Pfc. Raymon...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 28 June 2011

Ed Siegel Ten Reasons To Advertise During Tough Times You're Open, Ychj still ium your lights on. Why nod invite people in? IF you are open for business al aJl, you musl market that business marketplace far shoppers and if you aren't there, you may ekh be considered as 3 choice for Ihose who are buying. 6. Tough Customers, Consumers reeeaioh purchases more during tough limes. Be among I he considered choices The newspaper is the 7. Credibility. Adverting in a credible medium is an indication that you are. Opportunity;. When ihe pie gels smaller you rj[) slill gel a larger slice. Adverbsing during (ough times Increases your odds of being I he vendor nf choice and seizing share from your comoelilors. B. Bravado. Never show yrjyr fear Advertising indicates your confidence in your business. 9. Convert Hants Into Needs. Duiing lough limes, consume*s bu/ what they need and not what they merely want. It is up 1o yau to convince consumers mey need *nal you offer. 10, Start the Funnel. if ar...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 28 June 2011

The first week of action also saw an exciting final game, when This past week ended on a dramatic note, when Mayers Hospital came back to score two runs in the top of the seventh to tie Burney Valley Realty, 12-12. However, with one out, Cory Halter hit a walkoff home run to boost Burney Valley Realty to a 13-12 victory. BURNEY - The Old Merc and Shasta Green were the only two teams of the 10-team Burney Co-Ed Softball League to get through the first two weeks of action unscathed - both at 4-0. CO-ED ACTION... ( left top) PRC gets the force out at third. ( left bottom) Dylan Harrington fires to first after fielding ball at short. Tuesday, June 28 6: 00 p. m. Field 1 Photos by Ron Mosher Old Merc Field 2 Ghost Peppers INSTRUCTIONS... Member of winning team gets some helpful instruction from coach Kevin Adkins. Shasta Green 7: 15 p. m. Field 1 Field2 Mayers Hospital High Country Realty Field 2 vs. Burney Valley Realty J& M Heating LawDogs 8: 30 p. m. Field 1 Storm Pit Rive...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 28 June 2011

Photo by Ron Mosher DISTRICT 48 MINOR SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS... ( l to r front row) Raven Cummings, Mallory Adkins, Saydee Pevehouse, Hannah Apple, Joana Jesperson, Mackenzie Warnock, Trinity Markham; ( l to r top row) Coach Jeff Pevenouse, Alicia Reynoso, coach Kevin Adkins, Tori Policastro, Kelsey Clark and coach Anna Denny. Burney Basin Days is this week and weekend. It’s one of my favorite times of year. Getting a chance to visit with friends I haven’t seen since last BBD’s celebration. It’s amazing how we all live ina rural underpopulated area, and only see each other during these special events. ENJOY! Several years ago, a short little ol’ lady became famous for hollering,“ Where’s the Beef????” I don’t want to become famous as the somewhat-tall-skinny-older-man who hollers, “Where’s the Clam????” Therefore I will refrain from ordering Clam Chowder after this is in print out of fear of being handed a can of minced Clams with a can opener and a pitcher of warm milk and told by a wa...

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