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AUGUST 6, 2003
Here In Days Ahead Levee breaks near Big Lake
Pool fee increase?
There is a public hearing slated
at 5 o’clock tonight in the
ﬂooding nearly 3,000 acres
Burney Water District ofﬁce on BY MEG FOX
the directors’ proposal to place McArthur rancher Don Martin was
a measure on the November getting ready for bed late Sunday
when he got a telephone call. BIG LAKE
ballot that would increase the “Grab your four-wheeler, your life RAT FARM
monthly swimming pool fee jacket, a radio, and ﬂashlight. We’ve BOAT RAMP
from $2 a month to $3. The got to move the cows out of the
$36 annual fee is to support swamp or they’ll drown,” his neigh-
the swimming pool only and bor George McArthur told him.
would not help fund a parks A levee on the 7,000-acre
and recreation district. Persons McArthur Swamp owned by Paciﬁc
wishing to address the board Gas and Electric Company broke
prior to their decision will be around midnight Monday and by
asked to ﬁll out a speaker’s Tuesday morning an estimated
request form prior to the hear- 2,500 acres was under water.
Martin, McArthur, and George’s
ing. Directors for the Burney
Water District are President
cousin Craig McArthur are among FLOODED AREA
the 11 local ranchers who lease
Jackie Young, John Meeker, acreage from PG&E for grazing
Rowdy Yates, Randy Stevens several thousand head of cattle.
and Aileen Hovis. “They were out there until about
2:30 a.m. and where the cattle were LEVEE BREAK
moved from is now under water,”
Grad policy on tap said Martin’s wife, Lani.
The school board meets at 7 The Martin’s ranch is situated at
p.m. tonight at Soldier Moun- the junction of the Tule River and
tain Continuation High School Fall River outside of McArthur.
in McArthur. The trustees for “The river is ﬂowing by our house
the Fall River Joint Uniﬁed in the opposite direction and I’m
School District will have a watching it go down, down, down.
ﬁrst reading of the proposed Our boats are sitting in mud,” Lani
changes to graduation policy said.
“The water level is down so much
and they will discuss revising it’s going to impact tourism. It’s
the amount they allocated to going to hurt everyone on the river,”
resurface the playground at George McArthur said.
Fall River Elementary. Also on PG&E had already been keeping
the agenda are requests for an an eye on the swamp for the past
additional position in Special few weeks when Craig McArthur
Education and increasing the called on Sunday evening to report
student load in the Indepen- a leak in a levee.
dent Study Program. Upon investigating, PG&E
crews noticed another leak and the
impending disaster at an entirely dif-
Free day at park ferent location.
Entrance to Lassen Volcanic A 75-foot stretch of levee had
dropped about three feet and was A levee break that began late Sunday night has ﬂooded nearly 3,000 acres of the 7,000-acre
National Park is free on Sat-
at water level. While no water had McArthur Swamp, an area used for cattle grazing. Muskrats digging into the levee weakened it
urday for the annual Day In
crested yet, it would. with added pressure from higher water levels, ranchers said.
The Park celebration. This
The ranchers began moving their
year’s event will be at the
cattle to higher ground at midnight.
Loomis Museum near the north
entrance from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Music, geology fault talk, junior
Martin said that muskrats could
have weakened the levees, but that
this summer’s problem was caused
State’s budget crisis taking
rangers, junior ﬁreﬁghters,
artists in action, displays and
book signings are among the
by an increase in the growth of
“The moss is proliﬁc because of
the warm winter we had and the
toll on Crystal Lake Hatchery
events planned. A barbecue BY MEG FOX counties in the Department of Fish the largest hatcheries in the state
will be offered at a cost of $10 river was raised because the moss Crystal Lake Hatchery in Cassel and Game’s Region I. and plants about 90 waters in
for adults and $5 for children growing on the bottom held the has been caught in California’s “There just isn’t enough staff to Northern California.
ages 6-12. water back,” she explained. “Fall budget crisis. go around. It’s extremely difﬁcult to The hatchery also raises Chinook
River was up about two to three Due to statewide stafﬁng reduc- continue business as usual in terms salmon for the State Inland Fishery
feet.” tions, the hatchery on Baum Lake of the numbers of ﬁsh we plant,” Program and produces trout to help
Final swim lessons Martin said the cattle were has reduced the number of days Stacey said. maintain the Eagle Lake ﬁshery.
The last session for swimming moved to temporary high ground, that personnel can get out to plant Crystal Lake Hatchery has ﬁve Crystal Lake Hatchery was mod-
lessons in Burney is scheduled but will have to come home. rainbow trout in Hat Creek and in on staff after losing two seasonal ernized in 1976 and today has 66
for Aug. 11-22. Register at the “We’re all going to have to ﬁnd other Northstate ﬁshing waters. aides and two permanent positions. concrete rearing ponds that annu-
pool on Bailey Avenue. Life- range,” she said, adding that they Fish will be planted once instead “We are really spread thin,” said ally raise 1.5 million ﬁsh weighing
would also have to use their hay of twice a week during ﬁshing Region I Senior Hatchery Supervi- approximately 500,000 pounds.
guard training classes are set crop to feed them.
to begin Sept. 5. Telephone season, said Gary Stacey, Fisher- sor Pat Overton. “Another reduction in operating
335-2277 for more information. –Please See Page 4 ies Program Manager for the eight Crystal Lake Hatchery is one of –Please See Page 3
WEATHER Burney woman’s Filing deadline Friday;
Today, mostly sunny. Highs 73 condition serious local seats still open
to 80. Tonight, mostly clear with
lows in the upper 40s. Thurs- after 4-vehicle The election deadline is Friday ment said incumbent Rich Hall had
Hatchet Mt. crash
day, mostly sunny with highs at 5 p.m. for the incumbents who taken out papers, but not yet ﬁled.
in the mid 70s to lower 80s. hold ofﬁces on several local boards Resident Tammy Ewin, elected
- and for those who want to run incumbent Bob Byrd and appointed
Friday, dry with lows 45 to 55
Kristi Spearin, 19, of Burney was against them. incumbent Teresa Robbins have
and highs 75 to 85. Saturday If incumbents ﬁle and are unop- ﬁled for the two open seats in the
listed in serious condition Tuesday
through Monday, dry with at Mercy Medical Center in Redding posed, they retain their seats. If an Mountain Union School District.
highs in the 80s and lows in following a four-vehicle crash one incumbent does not ﬁle, the ﬁling Incumbent Judi Beck has ﬁled
the 50s. A current forecast is week ago. deadline is extended to Aug. 13. for re-election to her Trustee Area
updated about 4 a.m. and 4 Edward Elberg, 90, of Redding As of 2 p.m. Monday, incumbents D seat on the Shasta College board
p.m. daily on The News web was traveling west on Highway 299 Jackie Young and Randy Stevens of trustees.
site at im-news.com. near the Hatchet Mountain vista have ﬁled for re-election to four- As of Monday, no one had ﬁled
point July 30 at 9:30 a.m., the Cali- year terms in the Burney Water Dis- for the two four-year trustee terms
TEMPERATURES fornia Highway Patrol reported. trict and they will retain their seats if in the Fall River Joint Uniﬁed School
Hi Low Rain The left side of his vehicle no one ﬁles by Friday. District. The elected incumbents are
July 30 100 NA scraped the left side of an east- Two Burney residents, Larry Dr. Bob Hatcher and Nancy Sisk.
July 31 90 64 trace bound Dodge Dart driven by Donald KRISTI SPEARIN Armstrong and Roger Valinoti, and No one had ﬁled for the two four-
August 1 83 62 .02 Seago, 66, of Bieber. incumbent Ann Walker, have ﬁled year terms open in the Fall River
August 2 65 63 1.10 Seago lost control of his vehicle, hauling cattle, collided with the pas- for election to the Burney Fire Pro- Mills Community Services District or
traveled into the vista point, then senger side of Spearin’s car and the tection District where two four-year for the two four-year openings at the
August 3 81 59 trace
back into the eastbound lane and pickup and trailer overturned. terms are open. Indian Springs School in Big Bend.
August 4 83 52 In the McArthur Fire Protection Declaration of Candidacy papers
Courtesy of Darryl Jones in Burney
into the path of Spearin who was Spearin sustained major injuries
driving a Chevrolet Cavalier. and was ﬂown by helicopter to the District, there are two openings are available and can be ﬁled at the
Spearin turned to avoid Seago, Redding hospital. Cessna sustained and Kevin Pereira and incumbent Shasta County Election Ofﬁce, 1643
The Intermountain News
lost control of her vehicle and slid minor injuries. Hyram Brown. Market Street, in the Downtown
P.O. Box 1030
sideways into the path of a fourth Neither Elberg or Seago were Incumbents Harold Bassett and Redding Mall, weekdays between 8
36965 Main Street
vehicle, traveling west and driven by reportedly injured. Kathy Ontano have ﬁled in the Fall a.m. and 5 p.m.
Burney, California 96013
William Cessna, 57, of McArthur. All parties were wearing seat- River Mills Fire Protection District. For more information, call Shasta
Open: Monday-Friday 9am-4pm
Cessna’s Ford pickup and trailer, belts, the CHP reported. The Shasta County Election Depart- County Clerk’s ofﬁce at 225-5730.
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Deputies arrested Ham- A family disturbance was Loud music was reported August 2 – 111
ilton Chase Ford near Oak reported Friday at 11:15 p.m. Thursday at 12:12 a.m. near August 1 – 138
Run Road and Highway 299 at the 20400 block of Michi- Carson Street and Ontario July 31 – 176 USGS TOPOS on CD John P. Wilson
Sunday at 10:52 p.m. on a gan Street in Burney. A hus- Avenue in Burney. July 30 – 146 Aerial Photos GEO Referenced Consulting & Sales 6281 Center Dr.
Siskiyou County warrant. band was reportedly drunk ■■■■■■■ July 29 – 138 Land Research Redding, CA 96001
■■■■■■■ and being verbally abusive. Deputies arrested Wil- July 28 – 140 Vehicle Tracking firstname.lastname@example.org 530-241-4900
Paul Hutchins reported he ■■■■■■■ liam Joe Harvey for alleged
and his 21-year-old friend, Juveniles were reportedly transportation of drugs for
Jordan Hodges, and a third yelling and screaming Friday sale and possession of drug
friend were hiking to Lassen at 10:46 p.m. near Third and paraphernalia. Sponsored by The Shasta County Food Group
Peak Sunday afternoon when Curve streets in Fall River ■■■■■■■
Hodges got lost. A search for Mills. A verbal disturbance was
the man was scheduled again
A woman reported Friday
reported July 30 at 6:08 p.m.
near Woods Avenue and Oak
Steps to 2003
■■■■■■■ harassing telephone calls at Street in Burney. An anony-
A caller reported a 15-
year-old girl was bitten on the
the 20400 block of Carberry
Street in Burney.
mous caller said a male was
possibly attempting to assault The Food Group Better Health
foot and leg by a dog near the ■■■■■■■ a female, but then said it was
37200 block of Main Street in
Burney Sunday about 9 p.m.
Shawn Mock of Burney
was arrested for alleged
taking too long to report the
incident and hung up. Aim for a Healthy Weight Physical Activity
■■■■■■■ drunken driving at the 38000 ■■■■■■■
Deputies arrested Richard Did you know that being Suggestions
block of Main Street in John- Patricia Bowmer reported
Lee Minden for alleged public son Park Friday at 9:46 p.m. a possible burglary to her overweight and inactive Go biking
intoxication Sunday at 7:36 ■■■■■■■ residence July 30 at the increases your risk for high
p.m. at the 44200 block of Justin Giangrasso 15700 block of Mywoods Go hiking
Highway 299 in McArthur.
blood pressure, heart disease,
reported Friday a cab over Lane in Oak Run. Go swimming
■■■■■■■ camper was taken from the ■■■■■■■
stroke, diabetes, some
A ﬁght among a female back of his vehicle while he A family dispute was cancers, and arthritis? Play ball at the
and two males was reported
Summer Goals park
was hiking on Hatchet Moun- reported July 30 at 9:24 a.m.
in a parking lot at the 44200 The good news: healthful Drink eight glasses
tain. at the 27800 block of Soldier Play tag with
block of Highway 299 in ■■■■■■■ Mountain Road in McArthur. eating and regular physical of water every day. your kids
McArthur Sunday at 6:59 Deputies arrested Rachel ■■■■■■■ activity can help prevent
p.m. Deputies contacted all Lick on warrants Friday at 3: A Burney caller reported these illnesses. Mow the lawn
parties who agreed to stay 05 p.m. near Woods Avenue July 30 a neighbor was con- Aim for 30 minutes
away from each other. Take Control of Your physical activity Wash the car
and Cedar Street in Burney. tinually harassing her and her
■■■■■■■ ■■■■■■■ family on Arrowood Street. Weight! daily.
A family was reported A caller reported Friday at ■■■■■■■ Buy Fruits and
living at the end of a dirt 2:08 p.m. a Pit Bulldog was Several horses were Drink plenty of water.
Keep On Moving! Vegetables in
road near Shoshoni Loop chasing juveniles down Car- reported loose July 29 at 9:
in Big Eddy Estates in Fall berry Street in Burney. 48 p.m. near Highway 299 Eat three meals every Burn off calories from Season
River Mills Sunday evening. ■■■■■■■ and Moose Camp Road. day and begin with the food you eat by For better quality
The family had a campﬁre A Burney mother reported ■■■■■■■ and less cost,
burning, the caller said. The
breakfast. increasing physical
Friday a juvenile punched her Indiscriminate shooting choose local
subjects were contacted 11-year-old in the face. was reported July 29 at 8: activity.
Eat at least 5 servings of produce this
by deputies and agreed to ■■■■■■■ 05 p.m. at the 43400 block Take a walk after dinner
fruits and vegetables summer.
leave the private property by A caller reported Friday of Highway 299 in Fall River instead of watching TV.
Monday morning. a male, female and three Mills. daily. Apricots
■■■■■■■ juveniles were living without ■■■■■■■ Stay cool by playing
Limit foods and drinks Berries
A juvenile was cited for permission in an apartment A caller reported July 29 in the water with your
smoking cigarettes Sunday at the 43500 block of Sierra at 2:26 p.m. her daughter that are high in sugar. family. Grapes
at 4:01 p.m. on Main Street in Center Drive in Fall River had assaulted the caller and Melons
Fall River Mills. Choose more foods that Park the car further away
Mills. another sibling in Fall River Peaches
■■■■■■■ ■■■■■■■ Mills. are low in fat. from the store entrance
Steve Vaughn reported Ruby Hekkel reported ■■■■■■■ and walk. Plums
Sunday at 6:02 a.m. the Friday someone dropped an Lane French reported Beets
theft of three pontoon boats
and an electric towing boat
unknown substance on her July 29 the theft of hanging Snacks Under 100 Calories Cucumbers
lawn and causing it to die baskets from the 43100 block
from outside Vaughn’s Sport- at the 36700 block of Main of Highway 299 in Fall River 1-1/2 cups fresh straw- 1/2 cup fat free vanilla Corn
ing Goods, 37307 Main St., Street in Burney. Mills.
Burney. The items, which berries and pineapple. frozen yogurt with Peppers
were tied down with cables, Georgie Waddell reported Chuck Bethel reported 1 tablespoon fresh Tomatoes
are valued at $1,298. Friday vandalism to a fence July 29 a chainsaw stolen 1/3 cup unsweetened blueberries.
■■■■■■■ at the 43100 block of High- from the bed of a pickup in applesauce and two
A ﬁght among 30 subjects way 299 in Fall River Mills. Fall River Mills. small gingersnap One rice cake with
was reported Sunday at 12: ■■■■■■■ ■■■■■■■ cookies. 2 teaspoons of
41 a.m. in a parking lot at Debbie Sears reported Laura Hamel reported
the 37400 block of Main peanut butter.
Friday a damaged fence at July 29 someone removed 1-1/2 cups of grapes.
Street in Burney. All subjects the 14900 block of Phillips screws from a gate at the
were gone when deputies in Road in Oak Run. 20400 block of Shasta Street
Round Mountain arrived 18 ■■■■■■■ in Burney.
minutes later. Vandalism was reported ■■■■■■■
A Round Mountain resi-
Friday to a house at the Two bicycles were found Food Assistance
McArthur fairgrounds. at Burney Creek north of Park
dent asked that deputies talk ■■■■■■■ Avenue July 29.
to an incorrigible juvenile who Loud music was reported ■■■■■■■ Need food? Contact one of the agencies listed below.
wasn’t happy at home Satur- Thursday at 9:41 p.m. at the Toni Grecian reported July
day night. 44200 block of A Street in 29 someone broke into an Anderson Cottonwood Christian Assistance...... 365-4220
■■■■■■■ McArthur. unlocked vehicle parked near Burney Social Services ....................................... 335-5576
A non-injury solo trafﬁc ■■■■■■■ the 29400 block of Highway
accident was reported on A ﬁght among ﬁve or 299 in Round Mountain. Fall River Mills Community Food Pantry............ 336-5304
Highway 299 just east of six people was reported ■■■■■■■
Montgomery Creek Saturday
Good News Rescue Mission............................... 241-5754
Thursday at 8:59 p.m. at the Patricia Jacobs reported
at 4:35 p.m. 36900 block of Oak Street in July 29 ﬁve male juveniles Grass Roots Food Closet, Shingletown ............. 474-3720
■■■■■■■ Burney. took property from a porch at
A non-injury trafﬁc acci- ■■■■■■■ the 30700 block of Scrub Oak Living Hope.......................................................... 243-8066
dent between two vehicles A Garden Lane resident Way in McArthur. Loaves and Fishes/FaithWORKS!………………242-1492
was reported Saturday at 1: in Johnson Park reported ■■■■■■■
06 p.m. at Shasta and Main Thursday an ongoing prob- Someone tipped over a People of Progress.............................................. 243-3811
streets in Burney. lem with neighbors harassing Port-A-Potty at East Burney Shasta Lake Food Closet………………………...229-8444
■■■■■■■ her. Elementary School July 29.
A Big Lake Road resident ■■■■■■■ ■■■■■■■ Shasta Senior Nutrition Programs...................... 226-3071
in McArthur reported his A Burney woman reported Total incidents handled by
neighbor shot the caller’s cat Thursday her ex-boyfriend the Shasta County sheriff’s
The Salvation Army ............................................. 222-2207
Friday night. was harassing her by tele- ofﬁce throughout the unincor- Tri-County Community Network…………………335-4600
■■■■■■■ phoning and threatening to porated areas of the county:
A caller reported Saturday kill her. August 3 – 124
at 1:46 a.m. hearing some- ■■■■■■■
one banging on a window at An Arrowood Street caller Other Agency Contacts
the 20100 block of Hudson in Burney reported Thursday
Street in Burney. at 11:22 a.m. hearing some- BREAKFAST Are you pregnant or have a child under age five?
■■■■■■■ one ﬁring 10 shots, possibly LUNCH Call WIC at 225-5168 to find out how you can receive $50 of free food
A large group of subjects
occupying four campsites at
from a .22, and hitting trees
near the caller’s house.
DINNER every month.
Cocktails, Beer & Wine
the 41300 block of Opdyke Those responsible were CHINESE & Is medical insurance too expensive?
Lane in Hat Creek were contacted by deputies and AMERICAN CUISINE Healthy Families or Medi-Cal programs may be just right for you. Call
reportedly being very loud counseled. Orders to Take Out
592 Market St. 225-5767 or 888-747-1222 for more information.
Friday at 11:14 p.m. ■■■■■■■ Redding 241-9747
■■■■■■■ Run short of food every month?
Call Shasta Senior Nutrition (not just for seniors) at 226-3071 for
information on free food to help stretch your food dollar.
REAL ESTATE CORNER Is your food budget getting smaller each month?
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nutritious food for a better diet. Call 225-5767 or in Burney, 335-5576.
Like to garden but don’t have the space?
THINKING AHEAD People of Progress has land and seeds. All you pay for is a one
If you are selling a home in Burney, the buyers will probably include a home inspection clause
in the offer. This will allow them to hire an expert to make sure that the house is structurally season-long $45 water charge. For more information call 243-3811
sound and all the systems are working properly. The time to get ready for the home inspection is x600. If you live in Anderson, St. Michael’s has garden space for $25
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Cutbacks at hatchery due to state budget
Community events -From Page 1
dollars (means) we may have
Creek Hereford Ranch in
Hat Creek said their custom-
Hat Creek could end up
to look at those numbers, ers are still happy, too. “A lot with more pressure than it
Aug 6 - FRJUSD board of trustees meet, 7 p.m. Soldier Mountain 335-4538 too, to cut back operating have told us they’ve been can handle if the quantity of
doing okay,” she said. planted ﬁsh isn’t enough to
Aug 6 - Burney Water Dist public hearing, 5 p.m. Hudson St. Burney, 335-3582 expenses,” Overton said.
Game Warden Jake meet the demand.
In January, Gov. Gray
Aug 6 - Farmers' Market, 3-6 pm, VFW Hall Main St. Burney, 472-3303 Davis asked the DFG to Bushey of Burney is worried “You could have a situa-
Aug 6 - FR Boosters Club meets 6pm at Wild Bills. New members welcome reduce the state’s $8 million about the long-term effect on tion where the pressure is so
hatchery budget by $1.6 mil- the local economy if there are high that there is no ﬁsh if it’s
Aug 6 - Oscar movie, free showing, 7 p.m., Burney Library, 335-4317 lion. less ﬁsh to go around. not stocked,” Knight said.
Aug 7 - Athl. Physicals, BHS & Jr. high, Mt. Valley, Burney, 6-9pm 335-4238 “We offered up our tempo- “This could have a big If reduced stocking should
rary help,” said Stacey. impact. With ﬁshing licenses become a problem, Knight
Aug 8,9,10 - 12th Annual McArthur Cutting Horse Show, IM Fair costing more and ﬁshing wondered if Hat Creek would
Even though Davis just
Aug 11 - Parent meeting for BHS volleyball students, 7 p.m. BHS library signed the state budget, opportunities becoming less, ultimately be better served
I would say that would have with a two-ﬁsh limit instead of
Aug 13 - Farmers' Market, 3-6pm, VFW Hall Main St. Burney, 472-3303 Overton said his department
an effect,” Bushey said. the current ﬁve-ﬁsh limit.
is still in ﬂux.
Aug 13 - Oscar movie, free showing, 7 p.m., Burney Library, 335-4317 “We don’t know if that cut Curtis Knight, CalTrout Those are questions the
Aug 16 - Parkinglot sale 8am-2pm. Presbyterian Ch 299&Marquette, 335-3549 was left in or expanded and Northeast Manager in Mt. state Fish and Game Com-
increased and probably won’t Shasta, said that while he mission could consider when
Aug 16 - Skatepark fundraiser, 5-9pm, Washburn Prk, FREE concert, 335-5447 know for a while,” Stacey isn’t familiar yet with the situ- they meet Oct. 2-3 in Redding
Aug 16 - Mayers Golf Tourny, reg. 7:30am, play 9am FRCountry Club 336-5111 said. ation on Hat Creek, his orga- to discuss sport ﬁshing rec-
Also as a result of Cal- nization prefers habitat that ommendations.
Aug 20 - Farmers' Market, 3-6pm, VFW Hall Main St. Burney, 472-3303 produces wild ﬁsh, as long as And hatchery managers
ifornia’s ﬁscal crisis, the
Aug 20 - Oscar movie, free showing, 7 p.m., Burney Library, 335-4317 state Department of Finance the balance is not tipped by are meeting this week to
ﬁshing pressure. discuss how best to continue
Aug 27 - Farmers' Market, 3-6pm, VFW Hall Main St. Burney, 472-3303 initiated a hiring freeze and
“Fish stocking has a place with reduced resources,
made across-the-board cuts
Aug 28 - Sept. 1 - Inter-Mountain Fair, McArthur of any vacant positions. and should be done where Stacey said.
the pressure is high. We con- But for the time being -
Aug 30 - Karaoke contest at Inter-Mountain Fair 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. For Crystal Lake it meant
sider it a good thing on a lot
they would not ﬁll their vacant and most likely through this
Aug 31 - Interm. Fair Parade, noon, starts at FRHS McArthur, 336-5695 Hatchery Manager I position. of waters. But there are a lot ﬁshing season - the once a
SEPTEMBER And when Crystal Lake of negatives to hatchery ﬁsh, week planting schedule will
Fish and Wildlife Technician such as disease, that we like continue.
Sept. 14 - Burney Classic Marathon, Burney
Al Johnson died in June,
Sept. 20 - Young Eagles Day FREE airplane rides kids 8-17 yrs - F.R. 336-5465 the hatchery not only lost a
Sept. 28 - Trail Ride 10 a.m. at Devil's Corral near Susanville, Jack 257-6902 valued friend and 39-year
employee, but his position,
Oct. 12 - Heritage Day, McArthur-Burney Falls State Park Crystal Lake Hatchery
started its new planting
NOVEMBER schedule July 25 and so far
Nov. 29 - Community Tree Lighting Ceremony - Burney campers and anglers ﬁsh-
DECEMBER ing along Highway 89 in Hat
Creek and Old Station aren’t
Dec. 13 - VFW Christmas Ham Dinner - Burney complaining.
Dec. 13 - Fall River Valley Country Christmas Light Parade “When people ﬁrst heard
about this, they were really
concerned, but we’ve reas-
sured them and as long as
the hatchery plants ﬁsh,
Molest trial now Sept. 30 people seem ﬁne about it,”
said John Hammond, who
co-owns the Hat Creek
The trial date for the Stein reportedly knew alleged crimes, according to Resort in Old Station with his
Little Valley man charged the victims, unrelated young Shasta County Det. Anthony wife Cindy.
with molesting four Burney girls who were 11, 8, 6, and Bertain, who investigated the At Old Station Chevron,
juveniles has been moved to 5 years old at the time of his case. Renee Mee said she hasn’t
Sept. 30. heard any complaints either.
Historical society selling tickets
During a conﬁdential hear- “In fact, some people are
ing last week, the defendant, happy that they are not plant-
Moishe Stein, 54, success- ing as much, because they’re
fully petitioned the court to The Fort Crook Historical made by Grace Green-Tobin able to get more of the native
appoint a new attorney for Society is selling tickets for of Burney will also be given ﬁsh, though I don’t know if
him, according to Shasta a drawing for great prizes away in the drawing. that’s good for the environ-
County Deputy District Attor- during the Oct. 19 Harvest All items are on display ment,” she said.
ney Erin Dervin. Dinner and annual meeting. at the Fort Crook Museum. Sandy Farley at the Hat
Stein was arrested in Some of the prizes donated Tickets for $1 each or six
Lassen County in January included an old wood pie safe for $5 are available at the
2003 and charged with six by Jim Mitchell of Cassel, a Fort Crook Museum, from
counts of committing lewd wood and wrought iron park members of the Fort Crook
and lascivious acts on chil- bench from Hovis Hardware, Historical Society and at vari-
dren and one count of inde- an oil painting of Burney Falls ous local businesses.
cent exposure. by Jim Pell of Hat Creek. Proceeds will go towards
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Mayers Memorial Hospital in
Lawrence Ann Fall River Mills.
He was born July 16,
Lawson 1938 in Phoenix, Arizona and
Factory worker, 65 moved to Shasta County in
Services for Lawrence Ann 1987 from Georgia.
Lawson of Fall River Mills He is survived by sister
were held Monday at Valley Marion Bridgewater of Ajo,
Baptist Church in McArthur. Arizona.
Pastor Roger Hathaway McDonald’s Chapel in
ofﬁciated. Burney handled the arrange-
He died July 29, 2003 at ments.
Levee break near Rat Farm has
Fall River flowing backwards
-From Page 1 mawi Lava Spring State Park
Jann Taber, PG&E news and there’s no ﬁshing on Fall
spokesperson, said the River.
ﬂooded area is about 1.6 “I don’t know what this will
miles from the public boat do for the ﬁshing, and the
launch at the Rat Farm, north ﬁshing guides, and tourism,”
of the Inter-Mountain fair- he said.
grounds. “People downstream, like
Neither the fair nor the Bud Knoch, get their drink-
town of McArthur is in jeop- ing water out of the river so
ardy, according to PG&E. they’ve got no water.
“PG&E is mobilizing to “I had to shut my irrigation
begin repairs and has hired pumps off, so my ﬁelds aren’t
contractors. The ﬁrst process being irrigated.
will be getting a road built so “At Lani’s, the river is run-
they can get out there and do ning backwards.
repairs,” Taber said. “This is a big deal for this
Martin and others said this area,” he said.
is not the ﬁrst time the swamp The overﬂow is expected
has ﬂooded, but it is the ﬁrst to continue to the end of the
time it’s happened in the week until it reaches equilib-
summer and she believes it rium.
is because of the warm water “We just have to wait it
conditions for the moss. out,” Martin said.
She also recalled the
“thousands of mud hens” that
nested along the river when
she was a child.
“They fed on the moss and
kept it under control, but they
don’t nest here anymore,”
She also speculated
about PG&E’s loss of elec-
tricity “with all that water in
the swamp not going to the
Riverview Residential Care
“This is costing PG&E mil-
lions. I bet a million a day,”
added George McArthur.
The community is already
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Ladies club hosts 79 for
Fall River tournament
The Fall River Ladies Club 1st; Lynda McDaniel 3rd; Lydia Lawrence 7th; Fran
hosted the North Central Barbara Hanan 5th; Vi Wilson 9th; June Cash 6th,
Region Paciﬁc Women’s Golf Nelson 4th; Sally Moyer 3rd; and Michal Martin 7th.
Association (PWGA) Playday Janie Cessna 4th; Debra The next PWGA Playday
July 21 at the Fall River Valley Halpenny 2nd; Aileen Hovis will be hosted by Emerson
Golf and Country Club. 8th; Shirley McArthur 5th; Lake on Aug. 18.
participated in a two-woman, Fish plantings for local area
best ball tournament under The following lakes, res- upper Burney Creek, Grace
very sunny skies. ervoirs and ponds will be Lake, Kilarc Reservoir, upper
The team of Elena Albaugh restocked with catchable-size Hat Creek.
and Lydia Lawrence tied for trout from state Department SISKIYOU COUNTY
ﬁrst place while the team of of Fish and Game hatcheries - Cold Creek, Juanita Lake,
Janie Cessna and Shirley through Saturday. Kangaroo Lake, Lily Pad
McArthur were the fourth LASSEN COUNTY - Silver Lake, McCloud River at
place winners. Lake. Fowlers, Medicine Lake, Orr
The Fall River ladies plac- SHASTA COUNTY - Lake, Sacramento River at
ing with individual honors by Upper Bailey Creek, Baum Dunsmuir, South Fork Sacra-
ﬂights were: Elena Albaugh Lake, lower Burney Creek, mento River, Wagon Creek.
NEWS PHOTO / Ron Harrington
Burney High School’s Ryan Means gets a drink from the water boy at Satur-
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of Big Valley represented the Intermountain area on the North Team, which
defeated the South, 17-9.
Channel Cats ‘shell-shocked’
in American Legion losses
BY MEG FOX head the Phillies coach ing on Saturday and caught
There was no joy in Mud- comment that they had just some perch and netted a
ville – or in Arcata, either, beaten “one heck of a team.” bunch of smelt,” Senko said.
when the Pit River Channel The Cats moved over to The Pit River Channel
Cats were blown out of the Cutter Field in Arcata for Cats ended what was an
American Legion district their 11-3 loss to the Siskiyou exciting season at 19-13 and
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Century riders enjoy
‘soft heat, cool air, and
incredible beauty’ of area
BY MEG FOX 100 km (62-mile) route, or has a physical handicap and
More than 300 people the most popular 100-mile rides an arm-powered bike,
brought their bicycles to the Century Ride. he gave it to his wife.
Fall River Valley July 19 for There were 312 riders Chico said that every year,
the 9th Annual Fall River this year – almost triple the riders from out of town com-
Century Bike Ride. number since the ﬁrst year ment on how considerate the
“It’s the most wonderful - with 180 of them cycling the local drivers are.
ride and it draws people year Century. “They can’t believe it,” she
after year from miles away,” The Century route takes said. “They say this doesn’t
said Wendi Chico, a McArthur riders from the Inter-Moun- happen anywhere else.”
resident who usually cycles tain fairgrounds through The organizers draw riders
the 100-mile itinerary, but Dana where they stop for by distributing ﬂyers at bike
this year joined her husband, their ﬁrst water break at a shops, through direct mail-
Javier, and their two daugh- station voluntarily manned by ings, and by advertising for
ters for the 25-mile ride. Chico’s daughters K.C, 15, free in Cycle California maga-
The cyclists come here not and Cerise, 11. zine “that has an 8-page killer
only for The Ride, but also Then it was on to High- calendar “ of all the rides. The USS Orleck DD886 at sea before being commissioned and returned home
to enjoy the ‘softness’ of the way 89 to Clark Creek, Lake “Then we had the bright to Orange, Texas to be restored as a museum. Cassel resident Bob Sales
heat, even on hot weekends, served aboard the ship and wants to hear from anyone interested in assisting
the cool evening air, and with the restoration project.
the incredible beauty of this
area,” Chico said.
“We came to this beautiful
area to do the ride and it was
terriﬁc. But the best part was
Former USS Orleck crew
all the nice people running it,”
said Paul and Kathy Harris of
are restoring their ship
As participants pedal Bob Sales and his wife The ship is now moored on USS Arizona Memorial and
towards Clark Creek and Dottie, of Cassel, attended the Sabine River in Orange, had a prime rib luncheon
they ﬁrst see Lake Britton, a reunion in Honolulu June Texas, where she was aboard the USS Missouri.
they are thinking, ‘Wow,’” said 25-29 of the USS Orleck DD ﬁrst built and is now being Chaplain Joseph Cor-
Chico. “This is a magical area 886 Association to be with restored as a museum. reia led a Memorial Service
for a lot of people.” old friends and to discuss an Sales said a few members and the US Navy provided
Four residents – Bill John- important project. of the Association recently an Honor Guard, Taps and
son, Gary Corbett, Sandi Sales served in the U.S. visited shipyards on the East Riﬂe Team to give a 21-gun
Jensen, and Doug Ontano Navy for 21 and half years Coast to “strip ship” and salute.
- organize the event each as a ﬁre control technician retrieve parts for the USS During the memorial,
year and divide the proceeds in ordinance electronics. Orleck. Association members and
between the volunteer orga- He served aboard the USS Any person or company their families threw orchids
nizations that provide help Orleck from 1962-1963 and is interested in helping with the into Pearl Harbor in memory
and nourishment along the among the Association mem- project is asked to contact of those shipmates who have
route. bers involved in the major Sales at 335-3854. died,” Sales said.
This year the Bulldog restoration of the ship. About 190 former crew The following evening
Sports Foundation, McArthur The USS Orleck, a US members attended the the group went aboard the
FFA, Fall River Valley Library, PHOTO / Kathi Corder Naval Destroyer, was built reunion that opened with a Navatek, a state-of-the-art
Mountain Christian Academy, in 1944 by the Consolidated reception at the Sheraton cruise ship, for a dinner and a
Fall River Lions Club and the Riders in the Fall River Century Bike Ride Steel Corporation of Texas. Princess Kaiulani Hotel with sunset sail to view Diamond-
Little Valley Volunteer Fire The ship was launched in remarks by Rear Admiral head and Cocohead.
Department were among the Britton, and Four Corners to idea to trade mailing lists 1945 and decommissioned Barry McCullough and “leis, During the Associa-
organizations that are shar- Doyle’s Corner. Cyclists can with other rides, in Chester in 1982 when the Orleck was Hawaiian singers, great food, tion business meeting, the
ing the $6,400 raised after rest in Cassel before pedal- and Mt. Shasta, and we mail sold to Turkey, a NATO ally. and, of course, the great members agreed to have
expenses, Sandi Jensen ing up Six Mile Hill into Fall ﬂyers to about 1,000 people,” She was again decom- weather you would expect in their 2005 reunion aboard
said. River and out through Pittville Johnson said. missioned in 1998 in Golcuk, Paradise,” Sales said. the USS Orleck in Orange,
“For some it means no to Lassen Pine RV Resort. Fall River Century Turkey, and returned to the The group also visited the Texas.
car washes and candy sales From there they backtrack has its own Web page at United States.
throughout the year. This a bit, Johnson said, cycling Shasta.com/billofsail and
fundraiser takes care of it for through Fall River Mills again many of this year’s partici-
them,” she said. to Glenburn and ﬁnally back pants downloaded their reg-
The American Legion, to the fairgrounds. istration from the new site,
Willis Hollenbeak Post 369, “That’s 100 miles. They Ingram said.
hosts a pre-ride pancake start at 7 a.m. and some Chico and her family join
breakfast and McArthur FFA are done by noon, if you can the ride once everyone has
hosted the big, after-ride, believe it,” he said. cycled past their water sta-
meat or meatless spaghetti While it’s a ride and not a tion.
dinner – featuring wild rice race, some people do keep Chico said this year her
salads - at the Inter-Mountain track of their times, especially husband bought a bike just so
fairgrounds. on the grades, Chico said. that he could join his family in
FFA is using their portion The other two routes are their annual outing.
of the proceeds to send their variations on the Century, A San Francisco resident
members and 4-H members but do not include riding on told Chico he would not
to the state fair in the fall, Highway 89. miss the ride. “He’s a worka-
Johnson said. SAG wagons make the holic and has no family,”
After dinner, riders fall into rounds with cell phones to Chico said. The ride gives
beds at local motels or camp help anyone in need of medi- him “breathing room” and a
for free at the fairgrounds. cal or mechanical help. renewed perspective on his
The Fall River Century Village Cycle of Redding life.
Bike Ride is also a boost for provides the mechanical sup- Chico, too, is refreshed
local business people, many port and gives away a “righ- after cycling 25 miles in the
of whom help by sponsoring teous road bike” every year, heat. “I live here and I do it
the ride. Johnson said. every year,” she said. “It has
“It brings business and Zane Vorhes of Sacra- a real liberating feeling.”
people to the community mento won the Cannondale The Fall River Century is
and, as Martha Stewart says, Roadbike, but because he the third Saturday in July.
this is a good thing,” said
Johnson, who said his busi-
ness also beneﬁted this year
with the sale of 192 T-shirts IN THE SERVICE Fireﬁghting contests build skills
designed by his son, Caleb. About 75 ﬁreﬁghters and another 20 employees of the USDA Forest Service,
Nine years ago, Johnson,
who owns Fall River Arts and Evans, Hinton join Corps in Lassen National Forest, met at the Bogard Work Center on Highway 44 in
Trophy, was in Valley Market delayed program for grads July for training, safety sessions, and a competition for a free BBQ lunch.
“shooting the breeze” with Crews from the Hat Creek Work Center won the Hose Lay contest, in competi-
owner Gary Corbett, a bicycle Burney High School military-related subjects. tion with crews from the Eagle Lake and Almanor districts. Drafting water, in
riding buddy. graduates Robert D. Evans Marine Corps boot camp photo above, in another contest are Hat Creek Ranger ﬁremen on Engine 35,
They talked about the local and Jacob Hinton enlisted is a rigorous training period,
economy and bike riding and in the U.S. Marine Corps
from left, Matt Mason and Jessie Kingsbury, both of Burney, Jesse Brunk of
both physically and mentally.
one thing led to another and Delayed Entry program, New Marines learn their Redding, and James Fields, from the Bay Area. Below is Les White of Burney,
with the help of other enthu- which allowed them to defer occupation specialties at representing Engine 31 on the HCRD.
siastic volunteers they put going to recruit training until formal schools and gain fur-
together the ride. after their June 2003 gradu- ther knowledge from on-the-
“It’s been fun. It’s a kick in ation. job training.
the butt,” said Johnson When they enter Boot Evans is the son of Linda
Bicyclists can choose Camp Jan. 5, they will learn Brotherton of Burney.
between a 25-mile ride, a military customs and courte- Hinton is the son of David
sies, ﬁrst aid, and a variety of and Tracie Hinton of Burney.
Kernan ﬁnishes Naval Hospital
Corps School training in Illinois
Navy Hospitalman Appren- departments to ﬂeet Marine
tice Desiree R. Kernan has forces and medical adminis-
graduated from the Basic
If you f hing Hospital Corps School at Her ﬁrst assignment will
somet uld Naval Hospital Corps School involve direct patient care
in Great Lakes, Ill. and, with her training, she
like to ner,
The 2002 Burney High can work in several areas,
School graduate learned a
the ow imes
including ﬁrst aid and assist-
wide range of medical proce- ing with minor surgery,
run it 2 in this dures used to provide ﬁrst aid pharmacy and lab analysis,
for fre spaper
and assist navy doctors and patient transportation, or food
She also received an
Kernan joined the Navy in
introductory instruction for
July 2002. She is the daugh-
service in a variety of medical ter of Laura and Donald
335-4533 environments, from ﬂeet hos-
pitals and shipboard medical
Kernan of Burney.
THE INTERMOUNTAIN NEWS • AUGUST 6, 2003 • PAGE 7
Volunteers help USFS map Nobles Emigrant Trail
BY MEG FOX
The ad seeking volunteers
for an archaeological dig on
the Lassen National Forest
“An interest and knowl-
edge of emigrant trails, and
mapping, excavation, and
are helpful but not required.”
Hat Creek District Archae-
ologist Doni Smith planned
to look for evidence of the
pioneers she was certain
had camped along a trail
near Hat Creek 100 years
ago on their way through the
Sierra Nevada to ﬁnd gold or
a better life.
“Volunteers will join in sur-
veying for traces of Nobles
Emigrant Trail north of Lassen
Volcanic National Park,”
Smith wrote. “Using metal
detectors, we will attempt to
locate missing portions of this
pioneer wagon road.”
The Lassen National
Forest asked Smith to Hat Creek District Archaeologist Doni Smith looks
coordinate the July 14-18 over an artifact found on the Nobles Emigrant Trail Passport in Time volunteers Kevin Chin, at right, an anthropology student from
project, called “Tracing the
Nobles Emigrant Trail,” and
project site with Richard SIlva, a noted emigrant Indiana, and Richard Silva, standing, a noted emigrant trail mapper, point out a
the public was invited to trail mapper from Yreka, and Bob Iverson, a chapter deep ax blaze to volunteers who joined their parents and grandparents on the
participate through Passport president of the Oregon-California Trails project. Nobles Emigrant trail project. From left are Chelsea Sarver, 10, of San Jose,
in Time, an archaeology and Stephanie Johnston, 12, of Hood River, Ore., Alisha Caspary, 11, of Bremer-
historic preservation program ton, Wa., and Mike Bowling, 12 of Shingleton.
of the USDA Forest Service. played a major role in the Lassen Volcanic National
Smith promised a week development of Northern Park.
of looking, digging, identify- California.” The Forest Service also
ing, recording, mapping, and Smith is a graduate of the partnered with the National
cataloging in a ﬁeld lab and University of Montana and is Park Service and the
she received enthusiastic ﬁnishing her Masters degree Oregon-California Trails
response. in anthropology. Project (OCTA).
She signed on 34 volun- She transferred to the Bob Iverson, OCTA’s
teers, both young and old, LNF 18 months ago from Mt. California-Nevada Chapter
who came with a variety of Hood National Forest, where President and life member,
backgrounds from Washing- she managed several miles also volunteered for the July
ton, Oregon, California, and of Barlow Road, also known 14-18 PIT project.
Nevada. as “the end of the Oregon “I’m a retired airline pilot
“Yesterday we found Trail.” and I’ve been interested
clusters of shell casings, 15 With her interest in emi- in history for many, many
feet apart, maybe from a six- grant trails, she began to years,” said Iverson. “Then
shooter, and then we found research the pioneer wagon I got interested in metal
a tree down with two slugs trails on the LNF. detecting, so this combines
in it, ﬁve feet apart,” said “On the Hat Creek Ranger both my interests.”
PIT volunteer Bob Sundahl, District alone, there are sev- What he really wanted
who was on the project July eral other signiﬁcant historic to mention was that he’d
15 with his wife Elaine, an routes including Lassen just found an old fork, prob-
archaeologist for the U.S. Trail, Lockhart Military Road, ably from an early pioneer’s
Forest Service. Yreka Road, and the Baker campﬁre meal in the woods.
“Putting two and two Toll Road,” she said. Mike Bowling, 12, of
together, I ﬁgured maybe To date, none of them has Shingletown, was with his
someone who’d come been located or mapped. father and said this was his
through here was shooting at “I found that when (early second dig.
something climbing a tree. It settlers) crossed the country, Alisha Caspary, 11, of
was a fun ﬁnd and made my a lot of them kept journals Bremerton, Wash. was on Herb Quin, at right, a member of the Pit River Tribe and the FS archeological
day,” he said. and diaries and many of them the dig with her grandpar- crew for the past three years, sifts while PIT volunteer Alisha Caspary digs in
In the early 1850’s, William wrote about camping along ents, as was Stephanie
Nobles Trail,” she said. Johnston, 12, who is Smith’s
one of several test units at the site.
Nobles was hired to ﬁnd a trail
through the Sierra Nevada Although the Nobles Trail granddaughter.
into Northern California that project area had already Volunteer Ken Sarver, of bers helping on the project. ers with metal detectors and they were made, “thereby
was shorter than the two been surveyed, none of the Sacramento, came with his They are graduate stu- Smith led the excavators, adding to our knowledge of
others already in existence. site maps indicated anything son, Larry, and granddaugh- dents, undergraduates, who dug and sifted in roped the emigrants who crossed
His trail was many miles had ever been found, she ter Chelsea, 10, both of San and people with degrees in off, two-by-two meter pits, this way so long ago,” Smith
shorter than Jessie Apple- said. Jose. anthropology or, like Herb and already had a small trea- said.
gate’s 1846 alternate road But based on her read- “We have three genera- Quinn, of McArthur, someone sure trove by noon of their Smith plans to apply for
to the northern section of the ings and study of early maps, tions hunting here today,” he with a lot of archeological second day. grants to complete the trail
Oregon Trail, according to Smith was certain the emi- said. expertise. “We found four oxen shoes mapping and to later install
Richard Hughey, an historian grants would have stopped to Ken Sarver retired from It’s Quinn’s third year on a and several hand-forged interpretive signs in key
and columnist for the Moun- camp and water their animals the Air Force and then sold Forest Service archeological nails, which is a real good areas.
tain Democrat in Placerville. in the lush Hat Creek Valley. real estate for 20 years. crew. indication of ﬁnding historic The National Park Service
And it was shorter than “It seemed so likely, with Like Iverson, he enjoys “”Since this is my country, trails,” Smith said. plans to supply trail markers
prospector Peter Lassen’s water nearby and meadows metal detecting. In the it’s exciting to see what my The nails came lose from once the trail is located and
rugged 1848 trail to the north- for grazing, that travelers 1990’s he volunteered for his ancestors had hundreds of the wagons “at a regular mapped.
ern mines. might want to rest overnight,” ﬁrst Passport in Time Project years ago,” said Quinn, who pace. Kind of like leaving “But the ﬁrst step is to
“Nobles negotiated a Smith said. And she was and said the Noble Trail is his is a member of the Pit River bread crumbs on a trail.” locate the trail. If we don’t
deal with Shasta City, west right. tenth expedition. Tribe. “It feels like coming The volunteers found a know where it is, we can’t
of Redding, and was paid “I found the side rail of “It’s a hobby and it’s excit- back to my ancestral land.” piece from what could have protect it,” Smith said.
$2,100 to run a trail through a wagon with hand-forged ing,” he said. He said he wanted to be been a cooking pot, as well “Much of the trail is
here,” said Richard Silva, a bolts and pins with the brake Larry Sarver took a week there to represent the Pit as bits and pieces that are already under modern day
noted emigrant trail mapper, handle still attached. off from his job in the Santa River Tribe and their ances- still a mystery, such as a little roads, or has been obliter-
from Yreka. “I found a large tree that Clara Ofﬁce of Education to tral land. metal funnel that Sundahl ated by past activities. What
Silva is working with the had been cut down with a volunteer. “It’s a huge area and if unearthed. “I don’t know what is left needs to be saved for
Forest Service to help map four-foot, hand-hewn trough, He also likes metal detect- there are no Natives working it is,” he said. future generations to enjoy
the trail through Lassen perhaps for feed. ing and, because it would be here, it’s an injustice. Plus, I Smith and Chin were also and experience.”
National Forest. “I found several large Pon- illegal to hunt on US Forest love walking around out here. interested in a log with a deep The Nobles Trail project is
“Nobles’ Trail opened in derosa pine with large blazes Service land otherwise, said It’s beautiful country.” blaze cut into it. one of three PIT projects on
1852 and was more or less cut into it, perhaps for mark- this gives him the chance to James Mangold, a gradu- “It’s an historic sign that the Lassen National Forest
a direct line and saved them ing a trail. enjoy his hobby legitimately. ate student in anthropology we’re in the right area,” said this year
200 miles,” Silva said. “It was very exciting and “Metal detecting got me at Chico State, hopes to do Smith. “This is where some- Nationwide projects and
Two hundred miles was this was enough to make me interested in history. I liked his thesis on the Nobles Emi- one came and blazed a tree other project news are
a lot, especially considering want to look more,” she said. ﬁnding older stuff and I like grant Trail project. with ax marks.’” published in September
that traveling with animals, “I decided this would have to help.” The volunteers were Some of the Nobles Trail and March in the PIT Trav-
the emigrants and gold-seek- been a good and likely camp On the Almanor District divided into two groups. ﬁndings will be further studied eler, available on line at
ers averaged 15 miles a day site for the emigrants.” last year, his prize ﬁnd was a Silva took the trail ﬁnd- to determine when and where www.passportintime.com.
on the open prairie and about And if it had been an gold piece valued at $2,600.
ﬁve in the mountains. emigrant camp, it should be “People asked me why I
Nobles Trail led west protected from any further turned it in, but it was what Kids poster contest promotes “5 A Day” foods picks
from the Humboldt River activity or development, she I came here to do. It’s not
at Winnemucca through said. mine,” Sarver said. Young people ages six to be 8-1/2 inches-by-11- Burney Farmers Market
the Black Rock Desert and Smith credited Deborah This project also gave him 15 are invited to enter the inches. in front of the VFW Hall,
entered California almost Tibbetts, the Eagle Lake Dis- a chance to keep a promise Farmers’ Markets poster It should include a slogan Wednesdays from 3 to 6
100 miles farther south than trict archaeologist, for initiat- to take his daughter camp- contest. advertising California-grown p.m., or at the Acorn Café in
Fandango (Lassen) Pass, ing the Nobles Trail project. ing. The poster design should fruits and vegetables pur- Montgomery Creek.
according to Hughey. “She saw the need and Kelvin Chin is a senior show why Farmers Markets, chased at Farmers’ Markets, They can also be mailed
His trail “was well used by wrote a grant to implement majoring in anthropology at such as the one in Burney such as “Eat 5 A Day the or dropped off to Shasta
prospectors and emigrants it.” Indiana University in Bloom- every Wednesday, are fun California Way!” or “Be Cali- County Department of Public
until 1867, when a railroad Smith attended meetings ington. and exciting places for your fornian – Buy Fresh Fruits Health, 37491 Enterprise
was extended across the of the “Friends of the Nobles He has been working with family to buy California-grown and Vegetables from Farm- Street, Suite D, Burney,
Donner Summit.” Trail” in Shingletown. Smith since May dong forest fresh fruits and vegetables. ers’ Markets.” 96013.
“Until Nobles opened a new The group has been map- surveys and looking forest Poster could also encour- To be eligible, the poster The poster contest is
and more direct wagon road ping Nobles Trail to the west surveys and looking for pre- age people to eat ﬁve serv- must also have colorful sponsored by IMAGE,
across the Sierra Nevada, it of Lassen Volcanic National historic and historic artifacts. ings of fruits and vegetables pictures of fruits and veg- Partnership for the Public’s
had been the most difﬁcult Park under the leadership For the Nobles Trail proj- every day. etables. Health, Shasta Grower’s
to cross of all the mountain of Richard Jenkins, archae- ect, he was assigned as Age categories are 6-8, 9- The participant’s name, Association/Burney Farm-
ranges and repeated excur- ologist for the California Silva’s right-hand man. 11, and 12-15. age, address and phone ers’ Market, University of
sions in search of a more Department of Forestry and “This is my ﬁrst experience Winners from each of the number must be on back of California Cooperative
favorable route had failed,” Fire Protection in Northern with ﬁeld work and I’m happy three categories will receive the poster. Extension, American Cancer
Smith said. California. to be here getting this experi- a “Five A Day” gift basket that The entry deadline is Sept. Society and the California
“The opening of Nobles’ Through these meetings, ence,” Chin said. includes a T-shirt, cookbook, 17. Children’s “5 A Day – Power
Emigrant Trail contributed to Smith also connected with In addition to Silva and Frisbee, and more! Posters can be given to Play!” Campaign.
the founding of the towns of Richard Silva and Keri Kre- the PIT volunteers, there are The winning poster must Margaret Jensen on at the For information, call Mar-
Susanville and Redding and shak, the archaeologist at seven seasonal crew mem- garet Jensen at 337-6736.
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Free parenting workshops offered at Burney branch library
The Burney branch of the every Thursday from 1:30 Prevention with Childcare Speech with Audiologist available to discuss parent- For information and reg-
Shasta County Library is par- p.m. to 2:45 p.m. through Health Consultant Maryann Rita McWiliams and Speech ing questions and concerns. istration stop by the library
ticipating in the Family Place Sept. 4. Otremba of Shasta Head Pathologist Pat Rohrbach. There will also be toys, crafts, at 37038 Siskiyou Street in
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Space is limited and res- Aug. 14: Dental Care with urday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. A community resource pro-
ervations are being accepted Dr. Randale Thomson of Pit at the campus center in fession will present a weekly
on a ﬁrst-come, ﬁrst-served River Health Services; Aug. Redding, Building 2000, and topic of discussion and be
basis, according to Burney 21: Nutrition with Early Child- in Burney at the high school.
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Child Workshop starts Thurs- Ofﬁce of Education. also charged.
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20 21 22
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23 24 25
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26 27 28 29 30 31 32
poet Bella Vista, CA 96008 2611, 335-4142, 335- taurants & theaters. Flex-
Zibull, Ryan William
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#2604...20090 Bartel St. Custom 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Open ﬂoor plan.......................................$215,000 ders a State Highway. Spectacular views. Call for
hobby room, office.......................................................... $90,000 #2605...21634 Fairﬁeld St. 3 bedroom 2 bath mobile on large lot OWC, submit terms.........................$69,000 more details. Priced to sell at $1,250,000
•PITTVILLE - 132 ac ranch w/3bd, 1+ ba, views..............$540,000 #2598...Hat Creek Beauty, 3400 sq. ft. home on 9.99 acres with Hat Creek frontage Offered @.......$995,000
#2593...21664 Oak Dr. 2 bedroom 1 bath with new hardwood ﬂoors, 2 car garage............................$140,000
•NICE 3 bd, 2 ba, fam rm, carport......................................$80,000 SALE PENDING
•COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL ready for remodel
#2590...20280 Arrowood St. 3 bedroom 2 bath. Great location. Perfect starter home.........................$108,000
#2591...37217 Park Ave. 3 bdrm 2 full bath home located on .37 acres. 2 car garage........................$179,900 HOMES****************************************************
McArthur..........................................................................$67,500 #2589...37448 Cypress Ave. 1480 sq. ft. 3 bedroom 2 bath home.SALE PENDING
Many extras! ...............................$129,900 37240 Serpentine Lane, 3 bd, 2 ba, 2500 sq. ft. home. Quiet cul-de-sac........3246 ... $335,900
18630 Main St. Rare comm. & residential, 1750 sq.ft. home, store, shop........3253 ... $313,000
•McARTHUR MERCANTILE grocery and deli.......$161,000 + INV SOLD
#2586...20300 Marquette St. Warm pine touches throughout this 2 bedroom 2 ba. home....................$95,000
44956 Hwy 299E. Manufactured home on foundation, 3 bd, 2 ba. Deck, shop 3270 ... $150,000
#2580...Magniﬁcent setting for this custom hm on 6.15 acs with app. 600 ft of Hat Creek frontage....$795,000
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#2563...20138 Sugarpine St. Nice 3 bedroom 2 bath home. Custom features throughout..................$120,000
#2530...37027 Park Ave Completely remodeled 3 bedroom 2 bathSALEREDUCED TO ................ $145,000
37316 Mt. View, Burney. 2 bd, 1 ba, close to shopping, hardwood floors.........3291 ... $78,900
20557 Ontario St. huge rec room, 3 bd, 1-1/2 ba., newer roof, bordering crk..3292 ... $99,900
38187 Hwy 299E 1800 sq. ft. meeting hall, could be converted to 3 bd. home 3293 ... $115,000
DONNA UTTERBACK DALE SLOAT #2416...20134 Hudson St.Quality blt custom 2332 sq ft 3 bd 2 ba,1000 sq ft gar.1.33 ac ...................$325,000
#2477...Oak St. in McArthur. Remodeled 3 bd 1 1/2 ba home. Large patio, dbl gar............................. $89,500
20461 Plumas St. 2 bd, home in Burney. New roof & Owner financing ...........3298 ... $68,000
20677 Roff Way, 2 bd. in Senior Center with upgrades. View of Burney Mt.....3300 ... $79,900
336-6638 336-5379 #2478...37181 Main St. Business & Home combination. Great location 3bd, 2.5 bath........................$168,500
#2379...Upper Fall River ﬂows by this exquisite 5,800 sq. ft. home. Views most rms.......................$3,980,000
SALE needs finished.......3302 ... $49,900
Summit Lake Cabin and Acreage. Septic in, needs well, PENDING
37363 Oakview St. 3 bd, 2 ba, 1200 sq.ft., double garage. Backs up to forest 3311 ... $119,000
#2370...37148 Siskiyou...Burney Mtn view, 2600 sq. ft., 3 bdrm. 2.5 ba hm on 3.89 acs.....................$370,000 20245 Fir Street 2 bd, 1 bath with bonus room, large utility room, carport +....3312 ... $49,900
SO. COLORADO. Log cabin LAND FOR SALE
20011 Cambria Court Fantastic, custom 4+ bd, 4 ba. With 4800 sq.ft. Extras!3316 ... $589,000
SALE 2 ponds, barn........3317 ... $244,500
27471 Vanishing Pines 5 acres, pines, 1800 sq.ft. home,PENDING
MISC. with well. 40 ac. - $89,900.
Outstanding Rocky Mtn.
#2602...20 acres off of Big Lake Rd. Level with trees. Semi remote....................................................$12,500
#2601...Day Ave. Old Station. Nice lot to build your vacation get away................................................$12,000
25946 HWY 89 23 ac., 3400sq.ft. home, deck, hot tub, 1800sq.ft. shop, view! 3318 ... $845,000
20470 Clusterwood. Immaculate 3 bd, 2 ba, modular, 1716 PENDING
SALE sq.ft., dbl garage3319 ... $160,000
20528 IN ESCROW 3 bd, 1 bath, home with garage & storage shed Burney .3321 ... ..$79,900
views from the deck of this #2587...12 Acres of serene beauty in Hat Creek. Perc test on ﬁle .......................................................$60,000 40034 Lava Court, 3 bd, 2 ba., home close to Hat Creek. Double garage.......3324 ... $129,000
beautiful log cabin, close to SALE PENDING
#2592...106 Acres in Little Valley. Remote property with breathtaking views of Mt. Shasta..................$59,900 24732 Lakeview Ct. ON GOLF COURSE. 3 Bd, 2 ba, decks, storage, lawns .3325 ... $215,000
Roommate Wanted- 1,000’s of BLM rec. land.
- ABSOLUTE ULTI- #2576...Old Toll Rd. Semi remote 20.27 acres with great views and lots of trees................................$30,000 20144 Hudson St. 3200 sq. ft. new construction, 3bd, 21/2 ba. On 1.38 acres3327 ... $495,000
Enjoy rural living unbeliev- #2578...Day Ave. Old Station. Nice building lot for your vacation home...............................................$12,500 20299 Marquette St. 3 Bd, 2 ba.1440 sq. ft., green house, pool, patio, shop ..3326 ... $127,000
MATE SETTING in able prices. Call RCR #2568...Hall Way. Old Station. Great building site for your ﬁshing cabin...............................................$12,000 SALE HUGE garage..3329 ... $144,900
37316 Ponderosa St. 3 Bd, 3 ba., 1776 sq. ft. double lot withPENDING
Redding. Professional toll-free 1-866-696-5263. 20233 Marquette st. Sunken living room, Large master bd, ba. 3 bd, 2.5 ba. . 3334 .. $169,900
#2581...Burney Terrace lot. End of cul de sac on Serpentine Lane.......................................................$39,500
female, 3 bdrm., 2 bath (CAL*SCAN) 43179 Day Ave. 960 sq. ft. with 2 bd., 1 ba. Close to Hat Creek fishing. Den ..3335 ... ..$79,900
#2572...Great views from this 18.8 acre parcel in Hat Creek. Owner will give utility easement............$75,000
house. Private gar- ______________________ SALE PENDING
#2238...Pine Shadows. Three 1.7 acre parcels with lots of trees. Great building sites.........................$16,000
dener, garage, spa., MONTANA LAND BAR- #2240...Pine Shadows. 1.7 acre parcel with well septic. Power and phone PENDING
SALE to the property..................$22,000 MOBILE HOMES*****************************************
$450 mo., 242-1270 GAINS. Priced for immedi- #2555...Lynda Ln. 1+/- Acre in Mill Creek subdivision, Oak Run.............................................................$7,500 44864 Pine Shadows Rd 24x60 mobile on 1.7 ac, RV garage, fenced garden3266 ... $82,500
(038-06) SALE 3 bd.2 ba. Large lot 3322 ... $84,900
21694 Oregon St., Double wide, completely refurbished, PENDING
ate sale from $49,990. #2559...Robin Way 100’x150’ buildable lot. All set up for mobile home ................................................$14,500
__________________ 12467 Blue Heron 1989 single wide mobile, decks, 2 ac. For horses, barn ....3323 ... $129,900
Prime lake view parcels to #2552...Nice level parcel in Dana surrounded by mountains and trees REDUCED .............................$15,000
SALE 3 bd, 2 ba.,
36766 Las Colinas Park. 1976 double wide, immaculate, PENDINGcarport 3330... ..$35,000
IDEAL 7 acres. Panoramic views #2543...6.72 Acres off of Day Rd. Large seasonal pond........................................................................$26,000
MINI STORAGE 36766 HWY 299…12 X 60 Mobilehome, 2 bd., 1 ba. Like new cabinets, tile ..3339 ... …$9,500
overlooking Canyon Ferry #2569... Over 2000 feet of Fall River frontage on 9.9 acres. ................................................................$89,000
J.P. 10x20, 10x10, Lake. Access to 1,000,000 #2525...Montgomery Creek Falls Rd. 40 Acres with several building sites...........................................$35,000 LAND / RANCHES ***************************************
10x5, Boat /RV stor- acres of Helena National #2507...Cascade Ave lot zoned C-2. Over 10,000 sq. ft........................................................Priced @ $30,000 Burney Terrace 113’ x 195’ lot. Only a few left. Upscale homes on each side2912.... $45,000
age. 335-3050 #2489...4.79 Acres next to airport in Fal River Mills. Great buy@.........................................................$22,000 RARE 4 ACRES in Johnson Park. Pines, oaks, view from upper portion.......3012 ... $34,000
Forest. 30 minutes to
(03tfc) #2480...10 AC. End of Sunset Ln. Power available. View of Shasta.....................................................$16,950 Pit River 5 acres near the Pit River & fish out front door and power available .3080 ... $69,900
___________________________ Helena. Paved roads, 5 Acres near Water, Pit River with view, privacy & power, walk to fishing .......3081 ... $69,900
underground utilities. #2434...20476 Plumas St. Lot with double garage. Park & store .........................................................$25,000
KEEP-IT Mini Storage #2371...Off Moon Springs Rd., 10 Ac. with views..................................................................................$25,000 Day Road 7.5 acres with underground utilities. TERMS AVAILABLE.............3085 ... $24,900
in McArthur, 10x10, Call for information and Hat Creek Frontage! Great ranch with homes, barns, pastures, ponds...........3098..$1,825,000
#2369...7.5 Ac. in Hat Creek area near ﬁshing......................................................................................$27,500
10x12, and 10x20 336- brochure. www.northameri BIG EDDY ACREAGE large pines and junipers grace this 4.8 acre parcel......3145 ... $31,900
#2407...22+ Ac. in Burney. Ready for development. All utilities...........................................................$239,000
5679 or 336-6133 canland.com Owner 1-866- Fall River Mills, 8.8 acres on Reynolds Road. Develop or investment ...........3172 ... $18,000
#2470...Approx. 1/2 Ac. Hwy 299E frontage in Burney .........................................................................$39,000
(03tfc) 526-3420. (CAL*SCAN) BURNEY TERRACE best & biggest, cul de sac. Wide lot with lots of trees .....3187 ... $48,900
#2472...LEVEL 5.78 acres right in town. Great potential for subdivision...............................................$75,000 SOLDIER MOUNTAIN ROAD 5 acres w/old growth timber. View. Reduced! ..3188 ... $36,000
___________________________ ______________________ #2431...5 acres off of Buzzard Roost Rd. Partially ﬁnished home ........................................................$20,000
ARIZONA BEST BARGAIN, PITVILLE BLUFF 2.3 Acres, to build your home on. Views of valley, mts .......3167 ... $53,900
131 36 acres - $24,900. Borders
#2372...NEAR BIG EDDY. 80 Acres adjoins parcel #2373.....................................................................$88,000
#2373...NEAR BIG EDDY. 80 Acres with large meadows and trees..................................................... $88,000
GOMEZ ROAD, 80 acres in Glenburn area. Trees & wildlife. Splits O.K ..........3218 ... $99,500
Gomez Road is where you will find this 80 ac. Remote, beautiful, level, trees3235 ... $69,000
State Land. Beautiful ranch #2462...BURNEY HEIGHTS SUBDIVISION: 6 LOTS LEFT, 1/2 to 2.3 acres STARTING @ ...............$28,900 Old Station, Huge Pines! Fronts of State Hiway 89 & also on cul-de-sac........3241 ... $16,500
in Williams/Flagstaff area, #2433...HWY 299 NEXT TO SLEEPY HOLLOW LODGE 1.3 Acres...REDUCED TO...........................$39,000 Burney Terrace Nice 1/2-Ac. building lot with beautiful trees and sloping .......3155 ... $36,900
ACREAGE perfect 6,100’ climate.
#2492...BARTEL ST. NORDIC VILLAGE: 1/2 AC Flag lot. Nice area of homes REDUCED.................$31,000
#2447...HWY 299E ROUND MOUNTAIN- 2 Acres ﬂat and level. Ready for your home........................$18,000
Pittville area. 41+ Acres! Some open ground & trees, good access road!......3289 ... $65,000
Summit Lake Area. Remote but beautiful, trees everywhere, 8.97 acres .......3301 ... $21,900
Fly ﬁshing on Hat views. Affordable financing. #2603...REYNOLDS RD. 2.82 Acres, Property adjoins airport .REDUCED ............................................$9,000 Summit Lake Area. 11.76 Acres of nicely forested land. Build your cabin ......3303 ... $24,900
Creek 10 acres AZLR 1-877-282-5263. #2341...REYNOLDS RD. 5.85 Level acres. Lots of possibilities............................................................$25,000 Summit Lake Area. 18.87 Acres. Well on property, nice building spots, trees 3304 ... $27,900
$80,000 Rush Creek (CAL*SCAN) #2450...PARK AVE, BURNEY, Hard to ﬁnd 1.55 acres in town. Level. ..................................................$42,000 Edge of Burney. 1/2 Ac. Parcel with fruit & shade trees. All utilities available .3307 ... $31,500
1 acre $14,000. Call ______________________ Clark Creek area. Almost 10 acres close to lake, 1/4 interest in well...............3309 ... $59,900
Dutch at 336-6500. COMMERCIAL FOR SALE Black Ranch Rd. 65 acres, trees, level, minutes from Burney. Split to 5 ac ....3313 ... $650,000
132 #2595...Popular pizza restaurant located in Rite-Aid/Holiday Market Shopping Center ........................$79,000
#2561...Enterprise Dr. 1.1 Acre commercial lot. Across from Holiday & Rite Aid shopping cntr............$139,900
Black Ranch Rd. 38 ac of land close to Burney. 5 ac minimum development .3314 ... $380,000
Old Station 1 Ac. In Big Springs sub., In water district. Near Hat Creek fish ...3305 ... $49,000
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#2536...37491 Enterprise Well maintained ofﬁce and medical building. Great tenants ........................$339,500
Johnson Park One plus Acre ready for your home. End of street location ......3297 ... $39,000
Pittville area, 341 acres of farm and ranch land with great views! ..................3320 ... $425,000
Montgomery Creek 22 Ac. Overlooking creek, Water pump, 1100 gal. tank ..3331 ... ..$39,900
quality homes at guaranteed #2550...Hwy 299 5 rental units. 3 bedroom, 2 bedroom, 1 bedroom, RV space and ofﬁce ..................$285,000 Close to Burney 4+ Acres close to Burney. Paved Rd. Lovely trees, View ....3336 ... ..$88,000
lowest prices. Over 150 “Livable’ ﬁxer #2505...Well established dinner house located in the heart of motel district.........................................$289,000 Lot on Hwy 299, across from the Sierra Pacific Mill. Priced to sell ..................3337 ... …$9,500
new floor plans to choose Shasta Lake, Minimum Lot Near Burney Creek on Tamarack Road. Very affordable, Buy This! .........3338 ... …$4,000
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Visit us at 38077 HWY 299, Sam’s Pizza! Plus mobile home, plus commercial lot ..........3199 ... $297,000
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37069 Main St., Burney, Thriving Beauty Shop with tanning beds ..................3176 ... $25,000
Main St. B.J.’s Coffee Hut. Great location, equipment, booths .......................3340 ... $245,000
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