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

100 years and counting... A look back at the halfway point Fall River High School 100 Year Reunion Back in the first half-centu-ry plus, students were bussed in from Little Valley, Fall River Valley, Hat Creek & Old Station, Cassel, Cayton Valley and Burney. Now Burney has McArthur. Over that century of teaching, the school has undergone many changes - not only physically, but in who attends classes. The physical school plant is different. A new gym is perhaps the biggest addition you notice when driving up on Walnut street. The old cracker-box gym is now the library and classrooms. The football field and track are in the same place, but the base- its own high school, so the student population has been basically cut in half. An All-Class 100 Year Reunion will take place this weekend at the InterMountain Fairgrounds in F all River High School celebrated its 100th anniversary this year, with the 100th graduating class being the class of 2012. By Ron Mosher Sports Editor FO...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 28 June 2011

• Installation of Security Lighting 3 ENGINEER'S ESTIMATE: The Engineer's Estimate is Three Hundred Ninety Thousand Dollars ($ 390,000), for the Base Bid. Bid. Alternate 1 is estimated at Forty Thousand Dollars ($ 40,000) and Bid Alternate 2 at One Hundred Two Thousand Dollars ($ 102,000). These are estimates only and bidders should not rely upon this figure when preparing or submitting their bids. 4 REQUIRED CONTRACTOR'S LICENSE: The Contractor shall possess a valid and current California Contractor's License, Class "A" at the time bids are received. GARDENING HEALTH/ FITNESS 12. EXPIRATION OF BIDS. Bids shall not expire for a minimum of ninety ( 90) days from the bid date. Dated: June 22, 2011 HELP WANTED END OF SECTION 00100 June 28, 2011 Subscribe today 336-6262 TIMESHARES/ RESORTS Shop Locally It Pays! Support the Businesses That Suport Your Community HELPWANTED TIMESHARES/ RESORTS CLASSIFIED PAGES ANNOUNCEMENTS HELP WANTED INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL Vonage Unlimited Calls in U. S....

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 28 June 2011

EmailMhomason1@frontiernet.net highcotintryburney.com #779 Circle Oaks Or. 10 acres. 3BR 2B Mh. Ramada roof. Pole bam. Shop with 3 BR 28 apartmenl. &. more' Priced right. 5126.00,0 #783 Big Valley beauty! 35 Treed acres. ABR 2.5 bath home, great for full time living or huntingsshing lodge. POND 1 Wonderful views. Now only $240,000. #781 Curve Street Newer home on a hill' View. Nice! Only 3149.000 #753 Big Valley Ranch! 3ED Ac. Power Well. Seplic. bathhouse, & more! Reduced to £640.000 #770 Soldier Htn Dr. App 5 acres wilh Pond 1 Views. Only $110,000 #749 Two parcels, each is app. Five acres, each has 400' wall already in! Each $95,000. #784 SPECIAL! AFP FIVE ACRES. BIG EDDY: Trees, views. BARGAIN PRICE OF $23,500 Cash. #747 BRAND NEW HOME - OWNER FINANCING - PRICE REDUCED AGAIN - what more could anyone want! Almost 5 (reed acres. Beauliful custom home, hickory cabinels, granite counters, stainless appliances, now only $299,500. Now Accepting Applications Ceda...

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

pm FROM MONTH TO MONTH by Calvin P. g Jackie Mathew: AT CHECK OUT OUR ON-LINE CROSSWORD 19 ??. 23. ;>-1 30 33. 3(i- accessory Seoul's rider Hasp, personnel Irish girl's name see the public eye Polio vaccine cteveiapei Sii'k Accessory Norman Graceful runner 17th-century ship TV sitcom mom Dignifying Forest animal Edward or New growth Lounging Sch. in East Lansing Commune near Caen box ACROSS Burney Fabricate 335-2231 *DRY CLEANING *FAMILY LAUNDRY *DRAPES Pickup available at Fall River Arts & Trophies Fall River Mills La lamille member Annoy with launls School org. Campus gp. Clay jar Book cover piece Contraction Pt. of speech Prizm or Metro Chief suppori Very cold Fraternity letter Type of oven Opening bets Shade Marino Bow: var. Fertiliser ingredients Hardy Low points Late actor Claude Respiralory ailment View Coin Of an age Goes wrong Asian staple Ah naiion Summer drink Personalities Sounds of reliel Diet soft drink Tenn. neighbor Slight amount pi J pjj * pja...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

vi. She was arrested for terrorist threats, kidnapping, false imprisonment, exhibiting a firearm in a threatening manner and was transported to the Shasta County Jail. During the interview with deputies, she admitted telling him that she was going to kill him and then kill herself. Virgil had asked relatives not to call police. The investigation revealed that she took her loaded shotgun from the bedroom and placed it in her garage. Once Virgil arrived she lured him into the garage where she picked up the shotgun and held him at bay for 2 to 3 hours. Prior to his arrival she came up with a plan to kill her husband and then kill herself because she was upset at him for family related issues they had while they were together. cooler. Lasater, to come to her residence to fix a swamp Deputies responded and contacted Shirley Lasater inside of her residence with her two sons. Investigation revealed that on June 30 Shirley Lasater had made arrangements with her estranged husband, Virgil Dep...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

Hivcr Mill *i12) Mjin *ir«L Suite C Brian Dahle Nubieber ( 530) 294-5728 Lassen County Supervisor Anthem ® To sin by silence when they should protest makes cowards of men.” President Abraham Lincoln (530)336-6262 or (800)327-6471 The Award Winning Mountain Echo 43152 Hwy 299E P.O. Box 224 Fall River Mills, CA 96028-0224 Phone/Fax • We reserve the right to edit for length and potential libel. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR It is our policy to print letters sent to us for publication. We consider political endorsements and or support or attacks on any candidate or political party during an election campaign cycle to be paid advertisements and will request payment in full prior to running them as display ads. • Letters to the editor: • We do not guarantee that they will be printed the same week as received. • All letters submitted must be signed and the authorship verifiable. LETTERS POLICY • Thank you letters can not be more than 50 words or two paragraphs, whichever is the least, and can not ...

Publication Title: Mountain Echo
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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

The Intermountain Tea Party has cancelled their July 5th meeting in Fall River and the July 19th meeting in Burney along with the Aug. 2nd meeting in Fall River. Meetings will resume on August 16th in Burney Tea Party cancels July meetings at the Lion’s Hall at 6: 30. Members are encouraged to come to the Aug. 16 meeting to discuss recent legislation in CA, the proceedings of the Shasta County Supervisors that affect us, and the National 2012 election. U U <uii GOM >LU;H(J & OSEJOHMi . 1-800-Tflli-liAGLli (l-M(H]-SM-:<24"ii The diabetes drug, ACT05., ha; been linked to an Increased riak of bladder cancer. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with bladder cancer after taking ACTOS.. ACTOplua met,, ACTOplua MET. XR or due tact . call ua now at 1-8O0-THE-EAGLE about monetary compensation. No fees or costs until your case settles. We practice law only lit Arizona, hut associate with lawyers throughout the U.S. ¥1 i:m..~^.i.- 1 BIMP Real l...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

Call 335-3880 for an appointment or drop by their showroom today. These selections include carpeting, linoleum, magnificent tiles and pergo of all types. Dennis and Patty have a wide selection of floor coverings they can install for you. When you think of floors, think of Intermoun- tain Floors. Hearthstone health foods Locally Grown Products Fall Rivet y Real Estate advertisement advertisement Your advertisement could be here CALL 336-6262 FOR DETAILS Tha world is 70% water; we take care of the land Burney 37125 Main St vitamins* Supplements Homeopathic Remedies 335-3717 Monday thru Saturday IfUfrtiBnisoaL.tfe'ffiOfEW HHr|h5((nieHMltlifo«)s^ginail.?o porting her community and being a part of her community, she has Hat Creek Grown beef next to her Buffalo Burgers. She has Tooley Honey from Glenburn and will have Fall River Wild Rice soon. Hearthstone Health Foods enjoy a healthy lifestyle Lisa had grown up in health food stores. She worked with her mom for years and loved the busine...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

Corn Untrimmed White or Yetlow 4/ s 2 s 4.99~ Photo by Walt Caldwell The number of entries was somewhat sparce for the Kiddie Parade... but what the parade lacked in numbers was more than made up for in the enthusiasm, costuming and modes of transportation. For a complete look at the Kiddie Parade check into mountainecho. com. *5.99 ea. Strawberries 4 lb. Container 4/ $ 5 Haas Avocados 2/ $c -5 10 Eb. Gag Russet Potatoes Northwest LimeS Cherries Fresh Hot Houso or vine Tomatoes $ 1.29, $ 3.99ib m 5/*l DuldnM *f% /$C Mini Seedless mWf 3 Watermelons Walla Walla Sweet Onions ea. 2/ $ 6 California Honeydew Melons Tropkal Mangos 5/*5 or Nectarines Peaches Large California $ 1.49,„ California Red or Black Plums •1.49* Photo by Ron Mosher The Fireworks lived up to the standards set for Burney Basin Days... They were spectacular. For a more comprehensive look at the fireworks go to mountainecho. com. 1 1 St Photo by Ron Mosher MEGAN LYONS CROWNED BURNEY BASIN DAYS QUEEN 2011... Megan Lyons ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

He later said that they needed to raise the additional $ 10 million they would need over and above the bond money. “Anyone who thinks we can expect anyone to be in that 1953 building is kidding themselves. It is deplorable,” he said. continued from A1 not earthquake compliant from the compliant portion of the hospital. “I don’t know if we should spend that money on other projects.” Hamlin countered. Rees said to do the When first mandated the wall had to be done by 2013, it has now been moved back to 2020 when the entire $ 31 million facility has to be done. vices. wall at this time would disrupt services and cost the district money. The bond had been passed to do the seismic compliance, but also to get technology and equipment needed. Hamlin said he was afraid that if they failed to use the money for the wall now it would all be spent elsewhere. Director of Nurses for Acute Care said she had sold voters on Measure D just like the directors, but she had sold them on the need for tec...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

I-M junior boys win District 48 baseball championship______ Any community celebration is designed for family entertainment. Youngsters, however, seem to find the most pleasure and fun out of these events. Here are a few samples of youngsters enjoying Burney Basin Days fireworks and family fun night at Burney High School football field. Junior girls district tournament begins in McArthur Tuesday___ LOCAL DISTRICT 48 CHAMPIONS... Members of team pose with championship banner. Ryan Doers, Chase Neugebauer, Brad Williams, Hunter Hawkins, Thomas Markham, Cole Rainwater, Nick Rhodes, Chris Lewis, Joseph Robles, Ismael Velasquez, Dylan Rainwater and Ryan Reynolds. Coaches for the district champions are Doug Williams, Russ Hawkins, Dusty Williams and Cheryl Bruce. QUINCY - The Intermountain Junior boys baseball team captured the District 48 championship here Saturday by sweeping host Quincy in a doubleheader. The I-M All-Stars, comprised of players from Fall River and Big Valley started the...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

6 pm Games Field 1 Mayers Hospital MoMountain Co-Ed Softball League... Shasta Green takes unbeaten record against two more foes SCSCHEDULE ThThis WeeWeek’s Pit River Casino 8: 30 pm Game J& M Heating Mayers Hospital 7: 15 pm Games Field 1 LawDogs vs. Old Merc Field 2 Shasta Green Burney Valley Realty Photo by Ron Mosher SAFE... Ghost Peppers run gets to second ahead of tag by Pit River Casino’s Mike Avelar Thursday. action. Photo by Ron Mosher FIRES TO FIRST... J& M Heating shortstop fires to first in 20-8 win over Storm Thursday in Co-Ed BURNEY - A twin week win by Shasta Green coupled with an upset of Old Merc by Ghost Peppers, left Shasta Green alone atop the Co-Ed Softball League with a 6-0 record. 7: 15pm ( tonight) at the Wash-burn-Bue Sports Complex. Tuesday Old Merc, last year’s runner-up in the conference - will be looking to rebound from their 7-19 loss last Thursday when they meet head-to-head with Shasta Green at Besides downing Old Merc this past...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

LI’L MISS ROYALTY... Li’l Miss Queen Kaitlin Estes ( center) is surrounded by her court, first princess Sara Skelly, second princess Shyanne Parker, Miss Photogenic Lizeth Martin & Miss Personality Jazzy Broome. ROYALTY... ( l to r) Cynthia Shoepflin, second Princess and Miss Congeniality; Queen Megan Lyons; first princess Haley Ingalls, Miss Photogenic Brittany Coulter reigned over the annual Burney Basin Days festivities. ti 3 » i A ft* ? 1 if It took a lot of coordination between many civic groups to put on the Fourth of July celebration enjoyed by all. and much, much more. From queen pageants to kiddies parade. From bed races to Chuckwagon Breakfasts. From an Art Show to Kiddies Carnival. From fireworks to the Big Parade... B urney Basin Days 2011 had something for everyone. Photos by Walt Caldwell and Ron Mosher KIDDIE PARADE... entertained crowd. BED RACE... run girls, run! Second annual race was very popular. yi'j*. m ■ 5 TMH MUSIC... FIrst Baptist Church float pr...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

HELP WANTED Subscribe today 336-6262 CLASSIFIED PAGES SCHOOLS/ EDUCATION ANNOUNCEMENTS HELP WANTED 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 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Document 00 11 13 Notice is hereby given that Mountain Valleys Health Centers, referred to as the Owner, will receive sealed proposals for the furnishing of all labor, materials, transportation, equipment and services necessary for construction of the Burney Health Center, Renovation and Addition in Burney, California. Bids will be received at the Burney Hospital Annex Board Room, 20647 Commerce Way, Burney, CA 96013, until 3: 00 p. m. on Wednesday, July 20, 2011 , at which time they will be publicly opened and publicly read. ALLIED HEALTH CAREER training - Attend college 100% online. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV cert...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

The world is 70% water, we take care of the land! Priced at $387,000 #779 Circle Oaks Dr. 10 acres. 3BR 2B MH, Ramada roof. Pale bam. Shop with 3 BR 2B apartment, & morel Priced hghl. Si 2 5,000 #733 Big Valley beauty! 35 Treed acres. 48R 2.5 balh home, great for full ime living or huniingf fishing lodge. POND 1 Wonderful views. Now only S240.0DD. Em a il; thomaso n 1 @f ro n tiernetnet hSghcountryburney.com #761 Curve Street. Newer home on a hill! View. Nice! Only S149.D0D #753 Big Valley Ranch! 320 Ac. Power. Well Septic, bathhouse, 4 move 1 Reduced 10 5640,000 #770 Soldier Nlln Dr. App 5 acres wilh Pond! Views Only $110,000 #749 Two parcels, each 15 app Five acre*, each has 400' well already in! Each 395.000 #784 SPECIAL! APR FIVE ACRES. BIG EDDY: Trees, views BARGAIN PRICE OF S23 £00 Cash #747 BRAND NEW HOME - OWNER FINANCING - PRICE REDUCED AGAIN - what mwe could anyone want! Atmosl 5 treed aties. Beauirful custom home, hickory cabinets, granite counters, stainless ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

1 FIT FOR A KING B8. Neighbor of Norll: Carolina: abbr 90. Air 92. Dawns 96. House crevasses 104. Malice a glacier's 98. Minneapolis suburb 100. Pampers, e.g. 101. Huge block of ice formed by dynamics 120 Boring person 121. Medieval slave 123. SaJit . Marie 124. Hush space or Mi llay 117. TVs, lor some 115. Prefix for road sign 114. Make well 116. Si. Vincenl Street unset! led 109. Remains oihers Phoenix 108. imperial and 105 Clyde's partner 106. Yanked 107. City near 128. Actress Moran 129. Latin l verb 130. Is in charge 131. Relieves 132. Dingbat DOWN 1. Middle of the next millennium 2. Thrice 337 3. Silent okays 4. cracker 5 SS.T larding spat 6. Earthbound bird 7. Tsp and ibsp 8. Orderly 9. Layers 10. Praclice 11 Old French coin 12. Writer Ephron 13. Shepard or Hale 14 Ol a penitential season 15. Morphine or quinine 16. British aclor and playwright Samuel 17. Copy machine additive 18. Up in arms 24. Explores the Web ■1 <> i * ;lzzzz: Mix .n Stamped ends. Peo...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

Mountain Echo Page 2 The 2011 Burney Basin Days Program Full Service Deli* Fresh Produce*Meat Flowers* Baker Goods** Pharmacy SAFEWAY 8) Ingredients for life Happy 4th of July Enjoy a great, filling breakfast - the Burney Lions Chuckwagon Sunday. The price is right and you won’t walk away hungry. Breakfast Mountain Va The Doctors and Staff at Days healthy wish each and everyone a safe and Burney Basin America^ j s Health Ce% s 37264 Main Street % Burney % 335-3212 Parade features royalty floats & bag pipers Minor Surgery Dentistry Podiatry Family Planning General Family Practice Complete Obstetrics Bieber Medical Fatl River Mil is 294-5241 336-6535 Dentistry Burney 294-5629 335 . 5 / 57 Cascade Health Center 335-2954 The Burney Basin Days Parade, or the“ Big” Parade as it is known, will start at the west end of town, at 11 a. m. Saturday. Led by the Veteran’s Honor Guard its grand marshal, honored guests, queens, bagpipers, floats, horses, and other entries moves along M...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

Friday July 1 Art Show Angelina’s back room Friday Nite Social Angelina’s at the Rex ESH Lube= Prec" iA n Express 335-5372 Open Monday thru Friday 37451 Enterprise Dr. * Burney Stop in for a Change! NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED Totally Fit Exxon Station Main Street Main Street Angelina’s Angelina’s back room Veterans Hall Veterans Hall BHS Football field BHS Football field Bed Races Kiddie Parade Big Parade Kiddie Carnival Art Show VFW Barbecue Bagpipe Concert Fireworks Music by the Billies Saturday July 2 Burney Lions Chuckwagon Breakfast Craft Fair All-American Christmas Tree Lane Safeway Parking Lot Sunday July 3 Chuckwagon Breakfast Horseshoe Tournament Cribbage Tournament Christmas Tree Lane Burney Swimming Pool Mt. Burney Senior Ctr. Mountain Echo The 2011 Burney Basin Days Program PACK WAY MATERIALS, INC. ' =am Owned & Operated Since im Lie «23^R13 Burney Basin Days 2011 Mountain Magic - Countr READY MIX * CINDERS * PAVING * GRADING LANDSCAPE MATERIALS' DOZING 1 BACKHOE ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Mountain Echo — 5 July 2011

a- DUNCAN'S FROSTY 1 - WANTED r DEBBIE 10% off any accessory with this ad r Wednesday...BBQ Pork Sandwich....$7.50 m Thursday Western Burger. $7.50 Friday. BBQ Pork Ribs $S.50 Saturday. BBQ Chicken..1/2 $8.50.1/4 $6,50 Sunday BBQ Pork Sandwich....$7.50 ff 38127 Main St.' Johnson Park * 335-5500 1 Hours: 11am to 9pm I f — Brittany Coulter 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. Megan Lyons 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. Cynthia Schoepflin A 17 year-old senior at Burney Jr/ Sr High School is the daughter of Celena and Jason Bennett and Steve Schoepflin. Her sponsors are Celena and Jason Bennett, Rache...

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