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

A Hayfork man was sentenced Tuesday to 25 years to life in prison for the beating death of his girlfriend. Donald Berry, 45, will be eligible to go before a parole board in 21 years. By AMY GITTELSOHN ( Back page, this section) Barnett said he could see marijuana plants last fall from his office window, and it became a huge concern after the neighbor called to say he was sleeping armed because he felt his plants were threatened by students using his property as a shortcut to school. He was joined by Hayfork and Trinity high school superintendents Tom Barnett and Michael McAllister as well as others who echoed the concern about marijuana gardens grown in plain view of schools and other places frequented by youth. French said the request is based on the fact that some gardens are located“ in great proximity to schools and concerns about that have been expressed to me on a number of occasions.” He said he believes visibility and access amount to the same thing and in some places,“ peop...

Publication Title: Trinity Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 February 2008

623-1370. by PHIL NELSON Looking for a home This 7-year-old, spayed tricolor Queensland heeler cross is available for adoption at the Trinity County Animal Shelter. She’s housetrained, gets along well with cats and other dogs, and likes to play ball. Call Animal Control Officer Christine Edwards at Weather and Lake Report ( NA) Weaverville, noon, Just for Today, Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Rd. ( AA) Trinity Center, 6 p. m., Northern Lights, red building next to the IOOF Hall. ( NA) Lewiston, 6 p. m., dinner meeting, Trinity River Recovery Lodge. ( AA) Weaverville Women’s Meeting, 6: 15 to 7: 15 p. m., Golden Age Center, Browns Ranch Road. ( OA) Lewiston Overeater’s Anonymous, 6 p. m., Lewiston Community Center on Texas Ave. ( 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. ( NA) Weaverville, 7 p. m., Serenity in Trinity meeting, PUD building, Weaverville. The lake is now 60 pe...

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

■ Princy Philip and Aniamma Kurian, above, with a patient. vathy uses the medication dispenser. Nurses from abroad by PHIL NELSON Below, Sreelekha Padma- The agency is developing a program that will provide trained staff to be with seniors in their home, with the goal of maintaining independent living as long as possible. There will be no medical assistance. However, if a person might benefi t from assistance with daily or personal needs, some light housekeeping, meal preparation, arranging for home maintenance, transporta- The Human Response Network would like to hear from seniors, and families of seniors, who might be interested in homebased companion services. A recent countywide senior needs assessment identifi ed home-based companionship and respite care to be services that families are seeking. Junction City Monitor By SUE RASMUSEN ( 530) 623-4631 mamarazz@ snowcrest. net If you live out of the area and have a family member who could use some assistance, the program will give ...

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

Sharon Waterhouse Published by Trinity Journal, Inc. Mike Wenninger, President The TRINITY JOURNAL February 27, 2008 Page 4 Trinity Feedback... Hayfork Clinic purchase plan America as we pour more and more money down this proverbial rat hole. What good is being accomplished in direct result of our spending $ 343 million a day on this misguided and immoral war. While the war is not the only factor in our economic woes, it certainly is the biggest one. We and the Congress need to take ahard look at what’s at stake in It’s time that Americans come to terms with the fact that the economic troubles here at home are the WEAVERVILLE FROM JACKIE RAE Squandering our future I support the hospital and use the lab and clinic, but will not support an extension to the assessment tax or the purchase of a private practice. trict tax in order to buy a private practice when the hospital cannot pay the vendors in a timely manner and have money in the bank for retrofitting the building or for needed re...

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

— 10 years volunteering for 4H, FFA and a wildlife rescue service in San Diego Coun-ty, as well as growing up on an egg ranch. Jessica spent 10 years involved in 4-H as a member and an officer and four years in FFA as a mem- ber and presi dent, as well as bein g raised around an- imals and spending a sum- mer workin g on a dude ranch in Wyoming. Many people in town al-ready know the two of them. Sue has been working at the North Valley Bank branch in Hayfork for the last six months as well as helping her husband with his art busi-ness, Stone To ps. Jessica has been tendin g bar at Ro- pin’ Rhonda’s for the pas t few Tim Ford, Sue Ford, Jessica Ford and Scott Tipps stand in front of The Feed Store. New owners at Hayfork feed store Jessica and Sue will be providing the main manage-m ent power. They both have histories that lend them-selves to managing such a business. Sue has Bachelor of Science degree in animal sci-ence and a master’s degree in international agricultur-al development...

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

The TRINITY JOURNAL tournament On to state Maelfeyt qualified by winning a decision in the finals of the 130-pounds weight class against Anderson’s Chris Williams in the North Section Masters Tournament held at the Civic Auditorium in Red- ding. He is currently ranked as the fourth best wrestler in the state in his weight class, a ranking which he hopes to improve this weekend. Also wrestling for Trinity High School in the tournament were Levi Thomason who placed third; Aric Sumner who placed fourth; Trinity High School will send Kevin Maelfeyt to the CIF State Wrestling Tourna- ment this coming weekend at the Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield to compete against the top wrestlers in California who qualified through their respective section masters tournaments. February 27, 2008 The game got off to a nice start for the Wolves with a shot from under the basket by Zack McKnight. The Falcons responded with a 3pointer, but on the Wolves’ next trip down the court, they added another 2 points ...

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

By B ILL MUSICK In a relaxing game af-ter the clashes with West-wood, the Timberjacks easi-ly dispatched the Hornets of Sur prise Valle y 62-42 Fri-day nig ht at Ha yfork Hi gh School. The Timberjacks built an early lead in the first quar-t er. Brothers Nick and Ryan Gonzalez combined with Ste-p hen Bayley to score 19 points in the quarter and 45 for the game to lead the offense. Outstanding play b y Lo gan Brown and Jonathan Castel-lanos spar ked a defensive ef-fort that held the Hornets to jus t 19 poin ts in the first half of the quar ter finals of the CIF Division 6 Bo ys Basket-ball Playoffs. Bayley led all scorers with 18 points, Nick scored 17 and Ryan 10 for the game. ter leadin g the JV team to the lea gue championship. Harri-son Freshman Scott Harrison is proving to be a valuable ad-dition ad-dition to the Timberjacks af- Harri-son is providing timel y poin ts for the Timber jacks in their late-season dash to the play-o ffs. He scored 6 poin ts agains t Surprise Valley, Lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 27 February 2008

Ranching, Parties and Sports Insurance & Property Photos Photos received on CD or DVD You own the photos - You print at your leisure! Pets in Action Weddings, Births and Children www.moonlight-creations.com 530-554-2283 Hayfork, California Tom Loop will begin calling the auction in true local style at around 7: 00. That’s for sure. Bring a pie and bring your checkbook. Perhaps we’ll see you there. So what better reason to come out and join the rest of the People of the Pie on Saturday, March 1, at the Hyampom Community Center? One reason might be the divine and free chicken dinner that Hyampom Valley Church will start serving at 6 p. m. Another excellent reason would be the pies, cakes, local wines, kids’ auction, and good company. Another? It’s Hyampom:“ So Far, So Good.” Therefore, the outcome, for this correspondent, was still too close to call. Wannabe judges and even politicians aspiring to state office, good people all, are trying to get their face in the way of th...

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

Weaverville at the Trinity amination of human nature. These serious issues are dealt with in the humorous style of George Bernard Shaw — not with funny lines but rather through a wry ex- a stage adaptation to be produced by The Trinity Players of Weaverville. A threeact comedy drama, the play satirizes Victorian values but also deals with timeless themes such as self-absorp-tion, compassion, the nature of love, and the exploitation of women’s vulnerability. Victorian novelist George Meredith’s masterpiece,“ The Egoist,” is brought to life in Meredith’s novel and his ear for the language are evident after a 35-year career in book publishing.“ The Egoist” is his first play. His love for The playwright, John R. Ward, is a longtime resident of Trinity County. Sixty-four years old, he is semi-retired ‘ The Egoist’ Egoist’ examines examines human nature out at www. joecraven. com. teach it to a child — leave it as a gift,” Craven says. Check him outatwww.joecraven.com. “Don’t throw it awa...

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

Rhonda Lyn Cordova-Gar-cia, 40, of Trinity County, died Feb. 17 after a long illness. A celebration of her life will be held March 2 at 2 p. m. at the Church of the Nazarene in Weaverville. Donations may be made to a memorial fund at North Valley Bank in care of Clemente Garcia or to the Lupus Foundation of America, the Church of the Nazarene, or a charity of choice. RHONDA LYN CORDOVA-GARCIA Arrangements will be handled by Forrest Funeral Home in Weaverville. DAVID JOHN KUTSENDA David John Kutsenda, 57, of Lewiston, died on February 25, 2008. He was born on Aug. 13, 1951. • The PM-PUD BoD is an elected position and subject to following the Brown Act. The authority and responsibility of the PM-PUD are road maintenance, fire protection and possible electric services to the area. • Applicants must be residents of Post Mountain / Trinity Pines and registered voter in Trinity County. Traveling pinochle 05/ The Lewiston Traveling Pinochle Club met on Thursday, Feb. 21, at the home of Mar...

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

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

Phone Boots at 778-3445 or 778-3446. 2-20-2tc ----------------------------------------- FREE, LARGE SELF-CON-TAINED CABOVER CAMPER, 623-3254. 2-20-2tc 1990 FORD RANGER 5SPEED PICKUP TRUCK— 74,000 miles, good condition. $ 2,000. Must see to believe. 623-1185. 2-27-1tp 1990 SUBARU LEGACY AWD SEDAN— 143,000 miles. Clean and reliable. Red and ready to go! # 618363, warranty. $ 2,995. SPECIAL INTEREST CARS, 778-3771. 2-27-1tc FIREWOOD FIREWOOD— Hard wood and fir. Delivered locally. 623-2622. 2-27-tfc THE WEAVERVILLE CEMETERY is looking for a seasonal GROUNDS MAINTENANCE WORKER for the Weaverville Cemetery for the 2008 season. Job description and application are available at the Chamber of Commerce office on Main Street in Weaverville. Deadline for applications is March 15, 2008. 2-27-3tp HOME BASED CANDLE BUSINESS“ Mia Bella Gourmet Candles” --Cleaner burning, soy and vegetable candles. Contact Silvia ( 530) 524-6139. 2-27-1tp BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES GUNS, ANTIQUES & COLLECTIB...

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

H721/ 2103972 GREAT HORSE PROPERTY ON 12 ACRES! Close to Trinity River with miles of riding trails. Property includes 2 stall barn with tack room & pastures. Borders BLM. Main floor has approx. 2100 sq ft on this 3 bed, 2 bath Log Home with attached 2 car garage. Great Room, computer room & partially finished lower level. $ 650,000 {KING ALL OFFERS! www. bvptrinity. com HAYFORK WEAVERVILLE 530 628-5850 530 623-5690 383-CONTEMPORARY STYLED HOME - 3 bedroom, 2.5 baths, walking distance to shopping. Nice neighborhood, beautiful views of mountains, large master suite with walk-in closet, built-in vanity and balcony. Built-in appliances, refrigerator, beautiful cabinets in kitchen and exposed wood with beamed ceiling. Relaxing dining area with garden window and views. Large attached double-car garage is one more amenity on 1/ 2 usable acre. REDUCED $ 293,000. H748/ 2104189 EXQUISITE CUSTOM HOME ON 1.3 ACRES. Quality craftsmanship & attention to detail ...

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

No rain recorded in February and no immediate prospect of any, something heretofore unknown in the weather annals of this place. 125 YEARS AGO Saturday, Feb. 24, 1883 Weather just now is beautiful, altogether too lovely for anything when looked at in a mining light. Spring seems to have come upon us all at once. Very rich ore is reported in the new strike at the Gladstone mine at French gulch. The main ledge was lost about a year ago but when struck again was richer than ever. About two weeks ago extremely rich ore was encountered, it being liter- 100 YEARS AGO Saturday, Feb. 22, 1908 Rainfall for the week .06 inches; rainfall to date 27.63 inches; to same date last year 27.04 inches. On the Weaver District, Horace Hones announced that the East Weaver campground is to be doubled in size. Eight more sites are to be constructed on the opposite side of A deluxe 100-unit campground at Tannery Gulch is scheduled to start construction within three or four weeks. Designed to serve the area...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

\ _ I tm m by VICKI KIESLING Gary Hansen posed soon after he picked up the injured bald eagle. A Forest Service spokesman has said that over the next few months the agency will assess the needs at Trinity Lake. The addition of a marina or expansion of an existing marina are options to address a shortage of moorages that existed even before the closure of Estrellita. Preserving the lake’s pristine beauty is also a goal, said Forest Service Public Affairs Officer Mike Odle. by BILL BROSCHAT Coaches Ronda Gonzalez and Randy Harrison hugged after the Timberjacks won the Division VI title. Hayfork basketball champions Meanwhile, a Eureka businessman has proposed to open a new marina at Clark Springs, north of the beach area. Steve Strombeck of Strombeck Properties said he is interested in opening a marina to provide space for private boats. “This was my best game,” said Bayley.“ I was able to stay on Sipin defensively and all my shots were going in. It’s just crazy right now. We won for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

Check out our showtimes at: www. trinitytheatre. com & www. primecinemas. com ( OA) Lewiston Overeater’s Anonymous, 6 p. m., Lewiston Community Center. ( 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. ( NA) Weaverville, 7 p. m., Serenity in Trinity meeting, PUD building, Weaverville. Lodge, Old Lewiston Road. ( AA) Weaverville, women’s Meeting, 6: 15 to 7: 15 p. m., Golden Age Center on Browns Ranch Road. by PHIL NELSON Looking for a home Molly is a spayed shorthair cat 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. The shelter has a webpage, www. geocities. com/ trctyanshelter. Weather and Lake Report ( AA) Willow Creek, 7 p. m., Senior Resource Cen...

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

Paxton indicated that separating the departments was also assessed but not recommended because that would mean the loss of one-stop counter services for information on community development as well as the loss of shared counter personnel and office equipment. That alternative was considered, but Paxton said the park building is not big enough to house the current number of employees in the two departments and also lacks sufficient parking and customer service space besides having handicapped accessibility issues. Morris said he has concerns about the condition of the older building and would prefer to analyze other options, including splitting the two departments and housing them in other county-owned facilities such as the Lowden Park building formerly occupied by the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. Paxton said he would agree if the county were trying to expand the existing building,“ but we’re not. We’re just re-occupying an existing use.” the buildings ther...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

The TRINITY JOURNAL March 5, 2008 Page 4 Trinity Protecting our children Let’s remember, too, that this is about protecting children. The people responsible for supervising our kids in school have identified a serious problem of harassment and discrimination. We need to support schools in protecting our children. I’m not whining or complaining and I don’t have some political“ gay agenda.” Come on. There is such a thing as people respecting other people just because it’s the right thing to do. We wouldn’t have to make rules about civil rights and sexual orientation discrimination in public schools if parents taught their children how to be respectful of all people regardless of their own specific beliefs about such“ categories” of people. Much has changed in 20-some years. Though it is easier for gay and lesbian teens today, it is still true that suicide and drug addiction occur at a much higher rate among gay teens and young adults. Was it all worth it? You bet it was. I’m glad I st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

I f.. %'/] It. - - Rev. Vance and Billie Reynolds Hayfork Valley News By MAYME PATTON ( 530) 628-5175 an cruise. Sonora. Lara McLean and Eric Bell of Twain Harte, Calif., are to be married May 24 in mation Inc. in Sonora. She is a 2002 graduate of Trinity High School and a 2005 graduate of Columbia College. Her parents are Larry and Paula McLean of The bride is a sales assistant with Kinematic Auto- Engaged Eric Bell and Lara McLean will be a potluck following the morning worship. The church will also be celebrating Rev. Vance and Billie Reynolds’“ 50th” year of pastoring home mission churches with the Assemblies of God. They were married in Hayfork in 1952. They have been pastoring Faith Assembly of God since April, 2007. The groom is a concrete fi nisher working in Sonora and the surrounding area. He is a 1999 graduate of Sonora High School. His parents are Kathy and Jim Barboza of Sonora and David Bell of Ukiah. Weaverville. The couple plans to honeymoon on a western Caribbe- Fai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Trinity Journal — 5 March 2008

Safety Improvements Planned for State Route 299 Trinity BEGIN WORK AND CONSTRUCTION Salyer PM2.6 END WORK AND CONSTRUCTION National Emergency Grant Temporary Job Creation River <3 \ Thomas Balkow, Environmental Branch Chief Attn: Deborah Pedersen Caltrans District 2, Office of Environmental Management PO Box 496073 Redding, CA 96049-6073 Email: Deborah_M_Pedersen@dot.ca.gov Fax:530-225-3019 © Section 303 of Title 49, USC, applies to all USDOT programs and projects For individuals with sensory disabilities, this document is available in Braille, large print, on audio-cassette, or computer disk. To obtain a copy in one of these alternate formats, please call or write: Caltrans FHWA By WILL SHAW ©HIGEAND BEEF SALE Cain Ebel’s girlfriend, Echo Myers, said she wanted to be wowed when he proposed to her— and he did not let her down. Cain, drummer and lead singer with the DC. Players, was playing with the band for a dance Saturday night at the Grange Hall in Junction City when h...

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