SALUTE TO LAW ENFORCEMENT SEE BELOW & PAGE 6 This Week DONATIONS FATHER Inside SOUGHT FOR DAUGHTER American CANCER RACE DANCE Profile See Page 4 See Page 4 WHAT’S HAPPENING SERVING EASTERN SHASTA, NORTHERN LASSEN, WESTERN MODOC & EASTERN SISKIYOU COUNTIES FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS IN THE DAYS AHEAD 69 Cents Per Copy Vol. 53 No. 4 Cattlemen’s event Burney, California Telephone (530) 725-0925 Toll Free (888) 706-7398 The Fall River-Big Valley Cattle- FAX (530) 303-1528 or men are gearing up for their 11th FAX (530) 335-5335 annual Spring Dinner-Dance Web Site: theimnews.com firstname.lastname@example.org Drawing slated for Saturday at the Inter-Mountain fairgrounds MARCH 23, 2011 George Ingram Hall. Entertainment need Fall River resident shares parents’ story Volunteers needed for The Fall River Valley Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its of 9.0 earthquake, tsunami hitting Japan groundwater annual Wild Rice Festival on Sat- urday, Aug. 6, noon to 9 p.m. at the Lions Park in Fall River Mills. Festival organizers are currently accepting submissions for enter- monitoring tainment of all kinds. Those inter- ested in performing are urged to Shasta County is seek- mail a promotional package with ing volunteers who will contact information by March 30 allow groundwater moni- to AGB, P.O. Box 1021, Fall River toring and the county Mills 96028. All entries must be water agency is sending received by March 30 to be con- letters to those located in sidered. one of the 10 recognized groundwater basins. Schedule change On Nov. 6, 2009, Gov. Beginning Sunday, April 3, Word Arnold Schwarzenegger of Life Assembly in Burney will signed Senate Bill 7-6 be holding two morning services, PHOTOS ABOVE AND BELOW LEFT / U.S. Navy Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Dylan McCord requiring counties to moni- one at 9 a.m. andthe second at 11 A Japanese home is seen adrift in the Paciﬁc Ocean. Ships and aircraft from the Ronald tor groundwater basins a.m. Children’s Church & Nursery Reagan Carrier search for survivors in the coastal waters near Sendai, Japan. Below left, and report the results to the Department of Water will be available at both services. tsunami damage north of Sendai taken from U.S. Navy helicopter. Resources. Scholarship dinner Individual well owners are not required to partici- The Intermountain Marines are pate, however the county sponsoring a steak or halibut is seeking volunteers, said dinner at Main Street Cafe in Eric Wedemeyer, Shasta Johnson Park Wednesday, May County Water Agency 11, 6 p.m., to fund a scholar- supervising engineer. ship for those studying to enter Plans are to take three law enforcement and fish and measurements per year game careers. The scholarship of the groundwater eleva- is in memory of Lance Cpl. Tyler tions in area wells of those Roads, USMC, killed in Afganistan participating. July 10. Included with the letter Mini Relay for Life is a Right of Entry permit granting the county and its A Burney High School American agents access to the prop- Cancer Society mini Relay for erty for no longer than 10 Life is scheduled for April 16, 10 years. a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Burney High The data will be com- School track. Teams, with a mini- Photos Yoshiko Zimmerman shares include July piled in a statewide data- mum five people per team, can 2009 in Japan with her parents, her daughter, Au- base made available to participate. Cost is $10 per person drey Sakura, and herself; August 2010 in Japan in the public. and includes a T-shirt support- front of Hirosaki Castle, located in northern Japan, Local, state, federal and ing the American Cancer Society. all interested parties can with her parents, nieces, daughter and husband use the data to evaluate Sign-ups are requested by March 21 and the first captain’s meeting Eric; parents’ home that withstood earthquake. and monitor groundwater is set for March 22, 3:30 p.m., in conditions in California’s Room 12 at Burney High School. ‘Life...will probably never be the same’ groundwater basins and The event is the senior project of subbasins. Norma and Lupita Mercado. For By BILL CAMPBELL The goal of the program more information, telephone the The family of a Fall River Mills resident lives less than is to determine seasonal high school at 335-4576. 100 miles from the area where Mother Nature’s devastat- and long-term trends in ing forces disrupted the lives of millions of Japanese on groundwater levels within Friday, March 11. A 20-mile deep, 9.0 Pacific Ocean earth- the basins. Local Weather quake caused a tsunami with 33-foot-high waves traveling six miles inland. For more information, contact Wedemeyer at Thu 39/25 “Life in the area that’s hit by the tsunami will probably 225-5661 or visit the web- never be the same,” said Yoshiko Sato Zimmerman. “What site www.water.ca.gov/ 3/24 –Please See Page 5 groundwater/casgem. Rain and snow. Highs in the upper 30s and lows in the mid 20s. Donations from Intermountain area businesses Fri 3/25 43/26 will fund bridge memorials for fallen deputies Cloudy, periods of rain. Highs in the low 40s and lows in the mid By JON LEWIS “I served with both of publication, the Shasta 20s. Their families, the these officers and I wanted Lake Bulletin, which hundreds of people they to bring recognition to their covers the City of Shasta helped during their careers service,” Bosenko said. Lake and surrounding and the officers who served “It’s a nice way to rec- area. A like amount was Sat 44/29 with them will never forget ognize these two officers raised during that promo- 3/26 Sheriff’s deputies Ken Per- for their service to our citi- tion, bringing the total for Mix of rain and snow. Highs in the rigo and Dennis “Skip” Sul- zens and our county, and both tributes to more than mid 40s and lows in the upper 20s. livan. it’s a way to have it serve $2,000. Soon, thanks to the as a constant reminder of “It is anticipated the Shasta County Sheriff’s the ultimate sacrifice they $2,100 donation will make Department, motorists on made.” the total contributions in Sun 45/29 two highways will have a Both bridges will be excess of the $3,000 goal daily reminder of the two marked with metal signs for the memorial bridges 3/27 deputies who made the developed and installed by for the project,” Bosenko Mainly cloudy and rainy. Highs in ultimate sacrifice in the Caltrans. said. the mid 40s and lows in the upper line of duty. The project cost, “However, any addi- 20s. A project launched by which Bosenko estimated tional funds will be uti- Sheriff Tom Bosenko will at $3,000, will be paid lized for a memorial bridge result in the renaming of DEPUTY DENNIS DEPUTY through contributions col- project for Sheriff Albert F. Bear Creek Bridge, east KEN PERRIGO lected by the non-profit Ross Sr. who was killed in Mon ‘SKIP’ SULLIVAN January 1919.” 51/27 of Millville on Highway 44, Shasta County Peace Offi- 3/28 the Deputy Dennis “Skip” cers’ Memorial Coalition. Persons interested in Chance of showers. Highs in the Sullivan Memorial Bridge. Burney substation, was tiation team, was killed in More than $1,000 was contributing are encour- low 50s and lows in the upper 20s. The Cedar Creek Bridge shot and killed on Oct. a traffic accident on Oct. raised toward the proj- aged to contact the coali- on Highway 299 west of 21, 1991, while transport- 10, 1987, while respond- ect in this week’s issue of tion by writing to 1860 Buzzard Roost Road will ing two men to the Shasta ing from his Shingletown The Intermountain News Park Marina Drive, Red- be renamed the Deputy County Jail in Redding. home to an early-morning through a “Salute to Local ding 96001 or by telephon- The Intermountain News Kenneth Fredrick Perrigo The father of three was report of an armed woman Law Enforcement” page ing 224-5551. P.O. Box 1030 Memorial Bridge. 32. barricaded in her Moun- (see page 6). “Shasta County citizens Burney, California 96013 Perrigo, a sheriff’s Sullivan, a member of tain Gate home. Sullivan, A similar page was pub- and businesses are always deputy assigned to the the Sherriff’s hostage nego- a father of three, was 41. lished in The New’s sister –Please See Page 3 HAVE YOUR COMMUNITY DELIVERED TO YOUR MAIL BOX • CALL 725-0925 TO SUBSCRIBE TODAY! PAGE 2 • THE INTERMOUNTAIN NEWS • MARCH 23, 2011 SHERIFF’S LOG BOOK A Round Mountain caller Street in Johnson Park. Biker of probation and violation of Vandalism and possible said he had received three parole. theft from a vending machine callbacks from 911 dispatch, at a Fall River Mills carwash A verbal argument was but stated no one at his resi- Three subjects reportedly was reported March 16. reported March 14 at 1:12 Bill dence had dialed 911. He living in a motor home and p.m. at the 25200 area of Big attributed the incomplete tents were reported trespass- A McArthur grandfather Bend Road over abandoned emergency calls to possible ing off of Thousand Springs reported March 16 at 8:51 vehicles being removed from trouble with the telephone Road in Glenburn Thursday. a.m. his grandson was out of the area. lines due to a storm. He was control. advised to call the telephone A family disturbance was Two loose, vicious dogs company about the problem. reported Thursday at 2:28 Glorianne Weigand re- were reported March 14 at p.m. at the 21900 area of ported March 15 the theft of 1:28 p.m. at the 37000 block A Michigan Street resident Goose Creek Drive in Bur- $2,500 of building materials of Highway 299 in Burney. in Burney reported Sunday ney. from the 24800 block of Main problems with neighbors. Street in Fall River Mills. A Fall River Mills caller By BILL CAMPBELL A Montgomery Creek resi- reported March 14 at 1:53 email@example.com Nancy Ward reported Sat- dent reported Thursday re- Paint damage to a vehicle p.m. a known man was going urday morning losing a wallet ceiving death threats from a was reported march 15 at the through her property at the “The tsunami waves will hit the Los Angeles at the 37300 block of High- known subject whom she is 20300 block of Marquette 24900 block of Fort Crook way 299 in Burney. refusing to return property to Street in Burney. It’s believed Avenue. area beaches about 8:15 a.m.,” the television until the subject pays money the damaged was done in news announcer stated on Friday morning, A Burney caller reported she said is owed her. Total incidents handled by February. March 11. he and his 15-year-old son the Shasta County sheriff’s “Wow, a once in a lifetime event,” I thought. were wrestling Saturday A residential burglary was Juveniles were reported ofﬁce in the unincorporated I was in Redondo Beach to bicycle from the around 12:30 p.m. when his reported Thursday at the loitering March 15 at 3:35 areas of the county and also southern terminus of the beachfront recreational son brandished a knife and 20100 block of Sugar Pine p.m. at the 37400 block of includes calls as the law trail running 22 miles past Santa Monica Pier to then left. Deputies responded Street in Burney. Entry was Highway 299 in Burney. enforcement agency under Will Rogers State Park near Malibu. and the matter was resolved possibly made through an contract for the City of Shas- with their presence. unlocked front door. Deputies served an evic- ta Lake: My second thought was to grab my camera March 20 – 102 tion notice to an apartment and be the only Intermountain area, maybe An ongoing problem of a A parent was reportedly resident March 15 at the March 19 – 67 Shasta County, reporter with an eyewitness juvenile coming into a store at causing a disturbance at Bur- 20100 block of Hudson Street March 18 – 114 report. the 37400 block of Highway ney High School March 16 at in Burney. March 17 – 147 Like everyone in the hotel’s breakfast bar, 299 in Burney was reported 8:27 a.m. March 16 – 117 I was watching television when forecasters Saturday at 2 p.m. The youth A McArthur resident re- March 15 – 110 extended the arrival of the Redondo Beach tsu- and two others had earlier Subjects were reportedly ported March 15 a school- March 14 – 125 nami wave by 10 minutes. been told they were not al- living inside a storage unit mate on the bus gave her lowed in the store. in Johnson Park. Deputies daughter a brownie that test- The newscast showed a live picture of a surfer were told a man was seen ed positive for THC found in bravely riding waves ignoring the fact beaches Deputies arrested Alex coming and going from the marijuana. were closed and his life may be in jeopardy. Teixeira for alleged petty unit at odd hours. Deputies First reports from Eureka were not good. theft Saturday after a caller made contact with the sub- Travis Sardacher reported I donned my Intermountain News hat, reported a subject was de- jects March 16, removed the tires on his vehicle were grabbed the camera and note pad and headed tained for stealing beer at the them and advised them not slashed while it was parked for the best beach location. 37300 block of Highway 299 to return. across from his residence Yes, I would stand close to the water to get a in Burney. at the 21700 block of Third Perfume was reported good photograph of Mother Nature’s phenom- The theft of a shaving kit March 16 taken from the enon for this newspaper. A bit adventuresome with more than $2,000 worth 37000 block of Highway 299 or maybe crazy. of jewelry was reported taken in Burney. Deputies were told I missed by four days the opportunity to pro- Friday afternoon from a bath- the store was recorded with a vide an eyewitness account of the estimated mil- room at the 20600 block of surveillance camera. lions of sardines that suffocated when trapped Roff Way in Burney. in the Redondo Beach marina. I wasn’t going to A residential burglary was A report was ﬁled Friday reported March 16 at the miss this opportunity. after a juvenile was found 37400 block of Oak View On the in-land side of King Harbor parking with scratches on her face Street in Burney. lot, local fire department volunteers and staff and who said she had been established an emergency response center. slapped. The child’s mother Trisha Schumaker report- Further north, near the yacht club, the local said it occurred while the ju- ed March 16 the theft of $200 fire department engine and police accessed the venile was in the custody of cash taken from her house ocean on the paved marina break. her father. at the 20300 block of Pine With my usual confidence, I decided to follow Street in Burney. Suspicious circumstances the engine since that was likely going to the were reported Thursday at A Sugar Pine Street resi- action location. 12:29 a.m. at the 38300 area dent in Burney reported Approaching the guarded entry, I walked to of Highway 299 in Burney. A March 16 receiving harass- the Redondo Beach police officer to identify motorist kept driving up to a ing telephone calls from a myself and, confidently, I thought, gain access female, about age 18, yelling woman she knew only by a to the site. and then driving away. ﬁrst name. He asked for my press identification. I pointed 335-4723 to the ball cap with the newspaper name embla- Deputies arrested Steven A vicious dog was report- Lyle Strat- edly running loose at the zoned across it. ton, 28, 20300 block of Tamarack Av- “That is supposed to identify you as a Thursday enue in Burney March 16 at reporter?” he questioned without hesitation, at 12:57 almost laughing. a.m. at 5 p.m. 37084 MAIN ST. • BURNEY He directed me to an unguarded beach area the 37400 A Big Bend caller reported located behind a retaining wall. “You just missed the first wave. It was about block Highway of March 16 at 6:56 p.m. his girlfriend was threatening to Stihl • Husqvarna one foot higher than normal,” stated Dave, a lifelong Redondo Beach resident. 299 in B u r n e y. stab people on Summit Lake Road. Briggs & Stratton He was With my camera ready, we watched waves and shared personal health stories. booked into Shasta County jail and being held without A 21-year-old Burney Overstock on Husky 128L woman reported begin as- As I later learned, the undertow wrecked bail for driving when privilege saulted March 16 at 7:29 (Call for special price) havoc to boats along coastal communities from suspended or revoked with p.m. by her 16-year-old sister southern Oregon to Santa Cruz. a prior DUI, allegedly being under the inﬂuence of a con- at the 20200 block of Sugar Pine Street. SALE ON PANTS & SHIRTS Fortunately, tsunami waves had largely fizzled out by the time they reached L.A. beaches. trolled substance, violation Small Engine Repair A second story developed as Dave shared his captivating human-interest story. Lawnmowers Tillers, etc. He pointed to the Charter House restaurant Open Tuesday-Friday 9:30am to 5:30pm and mentioned he managed it before joining a major food distributor as a sales person. His financial success was rewarded with trips to Alaska, Hawaii and overseas locations, where he played golf and his wife shopped. Last fall, he was diagnosed with a pituitary gland tumor. HIWAY GARAGE Established 1924 After lengthy deliberation and discussions with his wife, he resigned his high-paying job to undergo treatment so he would be alive to enjoy his young children, then three years and two months of age. Shasta County’s Local and Most Experienced M.D.’s providing His colleagues didn’t understand and mocked his decision. He said they later expressed their Medical Marijuana Evaluations & Exams admiration for his decision, sometimes with a bit of envy in their voice. Cannabis has been shown to Surgery last December determined the tumor be Medically effective for… was non-cancerous but could not be removed. Professional Cancer Slowly it is shrinking and his formerly uncon- trolled hormones, emotions and mood is stabi- Arthritis Chronic Illness Emergency Road Service • Tires lizing. Insomnia Full Auto Repair • Gasoline Prognosis from the two-month, post-op exam- Pain/Chronic Pain ination is good with full recovery expected. Anxiety/Depression Dave works part-time in less stressful jobs Confidential Migraines/Headaches but spends most of his time with the children Eating Disorders while his wife works. His mother called from Hawaii ending our Many other Conditions 44275 Hwy 299 - McArthur - 336-5532 conversation. New Location: 2 nd …And may reduce the use of Time wasted? No, way. Burney, CA VIDEO AT prescription medications! The purpose of my trip was to enjoy life while deciding a course of treatment for recurring (530) 242-6784 www.CannabisHealing.com prostate cancer. theimnews.com In life’s scheme, at the time, Dave’s story had 20419 Shasta St., Burney, CA 96013 more impact on me than watching the waves. 1522 Charles Dr., Redding, CA 96003 24/7 Live Verification~Licensed Physicians ~ Immediate Appointments THE INTERMOUNTAIN NEWS • MARCH 23, 2011 • PAGE 3 ON APRIL 1 TO CHATTY KATHY’S IN BURNEY UNDER THE NEW NAME MOORE’S COUNTRY KITCHEN IN THE MEANTIME, WE’RE OFFERING THIS COUPON SPECIAL AT OUR J.P. LOCATION News online poll results $4.99 BACON & EGGS WITH THIS COUPON Results of last week’s online poll at www.theimnews.com are shown above. If you would like to gauge the opinions on a particular topic of those viewing The News website, send your polling question to news@ COUPON EXPIRES MARCH 29, 2011 MAY NOT BE COMBINED WITH ANY OTHER DISCOUNTS theimnews.com or mail it to P.O. Box 1030, Burney 96013. This week’s question: Is the U.S. taking ap- propriate action in Libya? Visit The News website to submit your response, www.theimnews.com. MAIN STREET CAFE • JOHNSON PARK • 335-4700 Donations from Intermountain area businesses 20% NT DAILY U SPECIA will fund bridge memorials for fallen deputies DISCO R EVERYLS FO S R SENIO DAY -From Page 1 ing a life-without-parole sen- over and smashed his com- Department after 11 years so kind, generous, and sup- tence. pact pickup truck. Sullivan with the South San Francisco portive of our law enforce- “I think it was his life goal was driving on Highway 44 Police Department. ment officers,” Bosenko to be a police officer,” friend east of Shingletown when the Former Sheriff Jim Pope said. and now-retired Sheriff’s 2:45 a.m. accident occurred. said Sullivan designed and “I sincerely thank every- one who contributed to this Capt. Dave Compomizzo said of Perrigo, who was the He died instantly, according to the California Highway implemented the South San Francisco department’s field Mon-Tues-Wed 6am-3pm Thurs-Fri 6am-8pm project. I’m very proud we will son of a state trooper. “He Patrol. training program. As a ser- be able to honor and always was doing what he wanted Leonard Felter, a retired geant there he supervised remember these officers who to do out there. It’s sad. Just sheriff’s deputy, worked with the operations division, com- Sat-Sun 8am-2pm made the supreme sacrifice horrible.” Sullivan during Sullivan’s six munity relations and crime serving the citizens of Shasta Compomizzo, who worked years with the department. prevention programs. County,” he said. with Perrigo in Burney, “He was hard working and “He was a good deputy, a “There will announcement when the be an described him as a quiet young man and a dedicated a good guy to have with you on a case in an investiga- good man to have with you,” Pope said the morning after MAIN STREET CAFE • 335-4700 dedications will take place. husband and father. tion,” Felter said. “He had a Sullivan’s death. Perhaps in October near the “The whole community great sense of humor.” PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY date of their deaths.” of Burney came out for this As a hostage negotiator, To complete the renam- thing. We had agencies Felter said Sullivan had a ing of the bridges, Bosenko from all over showing up for unique talent. said he has asked Assembly- the manhunt,” Compomizzo “Most guys can’t do it,” he man Jim Nielsen, R-Gerber, said. “It changed my life. It said. “It’s not a simple opera- to introduce the appropriate made me a different officer. tion. You’re usually talking to legislation. After Kenny’s death, I try to a guy at the worst point in his “We are fortunate to have go to every officer’s funeral, life. He had a lot of schooling Dr. Michael S. Maier dedicated legislators in the from Oregon to the Bay Area, and a lot of experience at it.” Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner north state that will allow because so many came to Sullivan was a patrol us to get that recognition,” ours. A lot of people feel that deputy who had been sta- Effective and Gentle Chiropractic Care for treatment of: Bosenko said. way in our department.” tioned at the Palo Cedro • Stress • Headaches • Car Accidents DEPUTY DENNIS Sheriff’s substation since • Sports & Work Injuries • New or Old Neck, Back and Hip Pain DEPUTY KENNETH • Many Other Conditions PERRIGO ‘SKIP’ SULLIVAN March of 1987. Prior to that 43123 Hwy 299E * Most Insurances Accepted The shooting of Perrigo Sullivan was killed in the he was a resident deputy in the Shingletown area. He Fall River Mills “We provide personalized care, and rocked the north state and its line of duty when the trailer (At the “Y”) have had the pleasure of improving went to work for the Sheriff’s the quality of life of people in the law enforcement community. It occurred late on a near- of an eastbound truck tipped 336-6547 valley for 12 years” freezing night after Perrigo, a resident deputy in Burney, had arrested Tomas Cruz and Carlos Estrada after he • Fair market prices paid for 1890's-1960's Movie Posters. discovered them passed out • Buying all sizes, any condition. in a car in front of the Inter- • IMMEDIATE PAYMENT. Mountain Fairgrounds in • We'll be in your area for a limited time - McArthur. call Toll Free TODAY! While Perrigo was trans- porting the men to the jail in Also buying Live Music posters and old photograph collections. Redding, authorities believe Free Appraisals. – We're friendly and fair. the handcuffed suspects managed to reach under the 800-648-1184 patrol car’s dividing metal cage and grab Perrigo’s fanny pack which held his personal weapon. SNIPPP’s Weekly Lost & Found Cruz used the 9-mm hand- gun to shoot Perrigo through the Plexiglas screen that separated the front and rear FOUND DOGS seats. 3-15-11 After the patrol car swerved, overturned and on Big Valley Mountain finally crashed, Estrada between McArthur and Nubieber: MARCH 25-27 picked up the gun and shot a friendly young adult female Perrigo in the neck. Both sus- pects fled on foot, prompt- Lab mix - brown ing the largest manhunt in 3-15-11 Shasta County history. On Hwy 299E in Montgomery Creek: An estimated 500 officers from throughout California a friendly male dog - and Oregon participated in white with black and brown spots the search, which ended 3-16-11 when both Estrada and Cruz were captured six days later On Mapleleaf St in Burney: at a rice mill 5 miles north of a young male Pit Bull - Fall River Mills. white with brown markings Both men were convicted of murder by a Sonoma County jury. Cruz remains on Please contact SNIPPP San Quentin Prison’s Death if you know or Row while Estrada is serv- are interested in adopting these dogs. VIDEO AT SNIPPP • (530) 336-6006 PO Box 223, McArthur CA 96056 theimnews.com firstname.lastname@example.org www.snippp.org 294-5541 • 299-3223 PAGE 4 • THE INTERMOUNTAIN NEWS • MARCH 23, 2011 Above, Haley Connor and JC Norris doing the chicken dance. At right, Sonny Goodfellow danc- es with granddaughter Allison at Father-Daughter Dance held in McArthur. Father Daughter Dance PHOTOS / Kathi Corder At left, Ellie Norris kicks up her heals at the Father-Daughter Dance held in McArthur. At right, Saddie Bass enjoys a cupcake during the event. INTERMOUNTAIN CHURCH DIRECTORY BURNEY PRESBYTERIAN Grace Community Bible Church CHURCH Pastor Henry Winkelman Tamarack Ave. Burney 335-2367 Inspirational Music from the Independent Fundamental Mountain High Praise Team Bible Church 9:45 am Sunday School, all ages Worship Service: 10:30 am 11 am Worship Service-6 p.m. Evening Service Bible Class: 9:45 am Wednesday: 7 p.m. Marquette at Hwy 299 • 335-2271 Bible Study and Prayer SOLID ROCK FOUR SQUARE CHURCH Little Country Church, McArthur 20343 Tamarack Avenue • Burney • 335-4300 Where restoration through Christ can be found... Pastor Bud Porter-Smith Luke 4:18-19 Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday: 9:45am • Bible Study: Wednesday 7pm Children’s Church: Pre-school to 6th Grade Children’sChurch too! Nursery: 0-toddler Pastor Pete Lorenzen 530-336-7226 Wednesday: Soup Kitchen & Food Pantry 4pm-6pm On the web: www.lccmcarthur.org Midweek Service Thursday Night 6:30 p.m. 44241 Hwy 299E • McArthur SEVENTH DAY THE GLENBURN Members of the Ta Ta’s 4 Now will be representing the Itermountain area on ADVENTIST CHURCH COMMUNITY CHURCH a 60-mile walk over three days to help raise money for breast caner research Fall River Mills • 336-5260 Corner of Glenburn & McArthur Roads and community programs. Pictured are, from left, top row, Shaylene Hern- Saturday: in the heart of the Fall River Valley don, Nikki Davis, Jennifer Parnell. Bottom row, Megan Howard, Megan With- Sabbath School 9:45 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11:00 a.m. Adult Bible Study: 9:45 a.m. erspoon, Kristin Lane and Shiloh Covert. Worship Service 11:30 a.m. Other services throughout the week Pastor Bruce Blum (530) 279-6191 Bill Myers, Pastor - 336-6914 Locals in quest to raise $16,000+ Seven local women have for the Cure and launched of the seven participants, go INTERMOUNTAIN FREE CHURCH FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH plans to walk 60 miles over the global breast cancer to The3Day.org and select Worship Service: Sunday 10 a.m. 20400 Timber (at Juniper) the course of three days as movement. The cause has Donate to search for any of Children: Krista Lee Burney, CA 96013 a way to raise money for invested more than $1.9 bil- the team members or call Youth: Jeff & Dana Looper breast cancer research and lion dedicated to the fight 800-996-3329 to donate over Pastor: Thom McKee Sunday Service 9:30 a.m. Sunday Service atat 1:30pm community programs. against breast cancer. the telephone. 336-5024 The event is set for Sept. To make a donation to any imfreechurch.com VISITORS WELCOME! 9-11 in San Francisco and each of them must raise a minimum of $2,300 for the INTERMOUNTAIN BAPTIST CHURCH BURNEY CHURCH OF CHRIST 20410 Marquette St. • Burney • 335-5414 Superior Avenue, Burney cause. (Behind Old Post Ofﬁce) The seven are Shiloh Pastor Bud Hennessey Covert, Shaylene Herndon, Sunday School 9am • Family Worship 10:30am Evening Service 6pm Sunday Services Nikki Davis, Megan With- Prayer Meetings Wednesdays 7pm Bible Study 10 a.m. erspoon, Megan Howard, AWANA K-6th Grades Tuesdays 6:30pm 11 a.m. & 6 p.m. Dinner - First Sunday of the Month 12:30pm Kristin Lane and Jennifer Christian Radio KIBC 90.5 FM Bible Study Wednesday 7 p.m. Parnell. The walking event is named the Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure. His House Fellowship WORD OF LIFE ASSEMBLY OF GOD 37341 Main Street • Burney • 335-4419 • www.wolaburney.org Nancy G. Brinker prom- If You are a Victim of Friday Night Live at 7pm • Sunday Morning at 10am Pastor Ken Frazier With Senior Leaders Steve & Dalene Black Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault ised her dying sister, Susan Sunday Worship Service 10:40 a.m. G. Komen, she would do Ministering families, hearts and souls Call 1-866-329-7297 Nursery (0-2yrs) Children’s Church (3yrs-6th grade) everything in her power to Power Source Youth (Jr./Sr. High) Wed. 7 p.m. end breast cancer forever. 530-336-6854 • hishouse.hopto.org In 1982, that promise Toll Free • 24-Hours 3 miles E of McArthur, old dance hall A Place to...Belong, Believe, Become became the Susan G. Komen THE INTERMOUNTAIN NEWS • MARCH 23, 2011 • PAGE 5 Think “color” and choose servings... ...from a rainbow of fruits and veggies! Newspaper Fun! www.readingclubfun.com Annimills LLC c 2011 V8-N12 Healthy as We Can Be! 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The ______ Group is loaded with green, yellow, red and Meat every High School's baseball and softball programs. A orange foods you can eat raw or cooked. Fruits day! special thanks was given to Gary Sharette of Local 5 Many foods from this group, like ______ , have vitamin A, which 13 Do you see the little star after the word 185 in the Redding ofﬁce. 6 keeps your skin healthy and helps your ______ to see in dim light. “pyramid” in the speech balloon above? heal 7 C. Foods from the ______ Group are also a rainbow of color! That is called an “asterisk” (as-tuh-risk). cereal apples It is a symbol used to show that there is Many fruits, like oranges, have vitamin C that 2 Fall River resident 8 help keep your body healthy and help it ______ . information missing or an addition of information somewhere. Look here to Hey! Drink or eat 9 ______ , bananas, berries and other fruits have lots of good fiber too. see what I needed to tell you. Freebies... shares parents’ story 10 D. The foods in ______ and Beans Group have lots of protein, iron and B vitamins. about 3 cups from the Milk Group each day. -From Page 1 might have really happened 11 They help to build ______, blood and every cell in your body. from the United States Department of Agriculture to my family and friends.” 12 Some foods in this group are beef, fish, nuts, seeds, eggs and ______. Visit our web site to print out our new fun crossword puzzles: has been lost in this disaster World Bank estimates is beyond imagination.” earthquake and tsunami E. The ______ Group is made up of foods that have carbohydrates and may have lots of fiber. Spring Words (synonyms) and Cooking is Cool! While there, 13 Zimmerman’s uninjured damage at $235 billion. 14 Carbohydrates are what give you ______. print out the newest reading log and certificate set: family live in Hanamaki City, Insurance costs for earth- 15 cornbread, rice, crackers, noodles and popcorn. 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Some of my Established in 1981 43185 Hwy 299 • Fall River Mills Sales Associate DRE # 01860874 and Tax Services students told me that they were afraid of asking how my 336-5565 or 800-655-6561 336-5583 (530) 339-1048 37042 Main Street 43223 Highway 299E Home of Your Local Radio Shack email@example.com family was, since they knew I am from northeast Japan and Fall River Mills Paul & Darla Van Riet, Owners Hours: Mon-Fri 8-5:30 • Sat 8-5 • Sun 9-3 www.century21bigpines.com BURNEY • 335-4921 that something terribly bad MOUNTAIN PAGE 6 • THE INTERMOUNTAIN NEWS • MARCH 23, 2011 TOM BOSEKNO SHEILA ASHMUN SHERIFF UNDERSHERIFF ANTHONY BERTAIN MARC ST.CLAIR TYLER THOMPSON JOHN MEEKER CHASE JESSE GUNSAULS KEITH SHARP QUENTIN JOHNSTON TIM ESTES LIEUTENANT SERGEANT SERGEANT DETECTIVE K-9 PATROL DEPUTY DEPUTY DEPUTY DEPUTY STU WAGNER KEVIN LUNTEY J.D. MOSTOUFI TROY GORDON GLENN NAGLE MIKE MATHESON KEN KOENEN NANCY CARTER AARON BURGER CHP OFFICER CHP OFFICER CHP OFFICER CHP OFFICER CHP OFFICER DEPUTY DEPUTY S.O. RESERVE OFFICER FISH & GAME WARDEN Not Pictured: Shasta County Boating Safety Officer Paul Skinner, Fish and Game Warden John Sutterfield, U.S. Forest Service Officer Nelson Dodds, U.S. Forest Service Officer Adam Hill These Businesses & Individuals Pay Tribute to the Men & Women Behind the Badge THE INTERMOUNTAIN NEWS • MARCH 23, 2011 • PAGE 7 SPORTS RICHARD ALLAN - SPORTS EDITOR firstname.lastname@example.org Bulldogs struggle at the plate, ﬁnish Liberty tournament 1-2 The Fall River Bulldogs got the only hit for the Bull- were hoping to leave the dogs, a solo homer in the Liberty Christian baseball fourth inning. tournament with a winning Sterling Humphry was mark, but despite showing saddled with the loss strik- improvement in the field they ing out three and walking squad struggled at the plate two in two innings of work. and finished the tourney a Kirk pitched three innings in mark of 1-2. relief fanning five with one The Bulldogs (3-3) lost free pass. to the Hooopa Valley War- Kirk had a monster game riors 5-1 before clobbering against Faith Christian with a the Faith Christian Lions 9-1. grand slam home run while The squad had an opportu- going 2-for-3 at the plate nity to leave with a winning while holding the Lions to record but fell to the Point just one run on the hill fan- Arena Pirates 12-1 to end ning six along the way. the tournament. On the up side, Estes “Defensively, I thought said the younger players are we played a lot better this showing improvement. Klay week,” said Bulldog coach Pasqual is doing a good job Leo Estes. “I thought we on the mound pitching in should have done better relief. Jesse Lee is looking against Point Arena but it good at first base and is put- didn’t happen for us.” ting the bat on the ball. NEWS PHOTO/Richard Allan Hoopa Valley went on “He (Lee) is putting the ball to win the tournament with in play they just aren’t falling Burney junior Breanna Benson delivers her offering in the lady Raiders ﬁrst win of the season defeating dominant pitching. Tyler Kirk in for him,” Estes said. Liberty Christian 16-5 Thursday at the Patriots home tourney. Improving Burney squad takes 3rd at Liberty Christian softball tourney What a difference a week first big win of season 10-run- way back into when the lady makes for the Burney lady ning the host Patriots in the Raiders went to a small ball Raiders. After a 0-6 start to tournament opener. approach advancing runners the season, the squad went “The girls have been and forcing throws. Burney 3-1 at the Liberty Christian working really hard in prac- scored six runs in the bottom softball tournament for a third tice,” said Burney coach of the fourth to invoke the place finish. The tourney was Rich Fuentes. “We still have mercy rule. played in miserable, cold and a long way to go but I’m Breanna Benson struck rainy weather on Friday and very happy with the way we out the side in the second Saturday with teams deter- played. We bunted the ball inning and threw her first mined to get their games in. well; we’re aggressive on the complete game of the season Burney (3-7) showed great base paths and played better for the team’s first win of the improvement in defensive in the field.” year. Cynthia Schoepflin was awareness and base running Burney plated multiple emerging as the team’s ace and had overcome adversity runs in every inning in their but was ineligible for the tour- to get wins against Tulelake opener with Liberty Christian nament. Benson tossed all and U-Prep. The team failed en route to a 16-5 victory. four games and impressed NEWS PHOTO/Richard Allan to get one bunt down in the Burney scored six runs in the Fuentes enough to be pro- Hayfork’s Jamie Curry slides under the tag of Fall River hurler Mandy Lakey Anderson tourney, but turned first inning for a 6-2 lead. The moted as the team’s starting to the small ball to get their Patriots were inching their pitcher. in the Timberjack’s 4-3 win over Fall River Thursday. “She’s earned it,” Fuentes said. Freshmen gain Mercy dropped out of the tournament so Burney was able to pick up an extra game experience, Lady against Tulelake. Burney overcame their first defi- cit of the year and thwarted Bulldogs now 6-3 a Honkers’ late comeback attempt for a 10-9 win. Burney struggled in the The Fall River lady Bull- the seventh allowing the Tim- second inning and Tulelake dogs won the consolation berjacks to round the bases scored eight runs to take an championship at the Lib- and get the win. 8-5 advantage. But the lady erty Christian softball tour- Lakey struck out six from Raiders rallied in the top of nament over the weekend the circle in the loss. the fourth to regain the lead. and improve to 6-3 on the Sarah Estes tossed a Robyn Garner and Benson season. complete game against Lib- earned walks and advanced The squad opened the erty Christian. The fresh- on passed balls to set the tournament with a rematch man hurler struggled a little table for Shakay Claire who with the Hayfork Timber- in the fourth inning allow- double to left. Burney went to jacks losing 4-3, but bounced ing four runs, but had an a small ball approach again back to dominate their next overall strong performance and set the table again. two games defeating Liberty with seven strikeouts in four Mariah Vancleave singled to Christian 16-4 and Tulelake innings of work. NEWS PHOTO/Richard Allan left to score Hailey Ashe for 14-3. “She had a tough inning Burney senior Macloud Luntey tags out a Point Arena base stealer at the a 10-8 lead and time running Fall River coach Hardy the fourth,” coach Vestal out. Vestal said the starting line Liberty Christian baseball tournament Friday. The Raiders ﬁnished the tourna- said,” coach Vestal said, “but The Honkers threatened up isn’t quite set and used she gutted through it and did ment with a mark of 2-0 and a second place ﬁnish. in the bottom of the fourth the tournament to get his a good job for a freshman.” with runners on first and freshman players more field experience. Although the The first Patriot batter sent a blast to the left-center Raiders blast competition at Liberty Christian third with one out. Rosario Jaime hit a grounder through decision cost the team a few gap, but Maryann Parker got baseball tourney, improve to 6-2 on season the right side to plate a run. errors and a couple costly a great jump and made the However, right fielder Hailey runs, there were no regrets. The weather didn’t allow “We’re starting to come hit a double and scored three catch and Liberty went down Sibert charged the ball and “We wanted to reward kids the Burney Raiders to get together,” he said. “What’s runs and Cody Smith was in order. The lady Bulldogs gunned down the Jaime at for a good week of practice,” in all the games that were really fun to watch is they’re 2-for-2 and scored twice. came to the plate and scored first for the second out. With he said, and every time we scheduled at the Liberty starting to do the little things Freshman Craig Fitzhugh four runs for an early lead. the tying run at third, Benson put our freshmen out there Christian baseball tourna- really well.” knocked in a pair to help out. Fall River led 6-4 in the induced a pop up to short for they get a little better.” ment over the weekend. But What the Raiders are Against the Pirates, Burney middle of the fourth, but ral- the win. Fall got off to a good start the two games they did play, doing is hitting the ball well trailed 0-1 in the second lied to score 10 runs in the The lady Raiders are a against Hayfork. Lauren their bats dominated. The led by Michael Childers, who inning. But with two out and home half of the inning to ways off from competing with Vestal led off with a triple Raiders defeated the finished the tournament going a runner on second the Raid- invoke the mercy rule. some of the division’s top to start the game and was U-Prep Panthers 16-2 and 7-for-7 at the plate knocking ers rallied and plated seven Against Tulelake, the lady teams and fell 10-0 to Hay- knocked in by Mandy Lakey the Point Arena Pirates 10-1 in eight runs. runs bringing 17 batters to Bulldogs chipped away scor- fork. Burney brought nine for a quick 1-0 lead. Friday and Saturday. The Raiders (6-2) opened the plate. George capped the ing multiple runs in each of batters to the plate and Emily Hayfork tied the game The team started a game against the Panthers and inning with a 3-RBI double the five innings for another Arnold fanned them all. in third when the left fielder with Hayfork and held a 2-0 jumped out to 13-0 first with base loaded and the mercy rule victory. Fall River Burney dominated U-Prep misplayed a fly ball allowing lead when the game was can- inning lead. Childers hit a Raiders never looked back. led 10-3 when they came to for four-and-a-half innings Emily Arnold to reach third, celed due to rain. The Raid- grand slam homer in the first Smith fanned seven bat in the bottom of the fifth taking an 11-3 lead into the who scored on a RBI single ers were awarded second and the Raiders brought 17 Pirates from the hill to earn where they scored four more bottom of the fifth inning. But by Jamie Curry. place based on runs allowed hitters to the plate. Childers the win and helped his cause runs to end the game. a slight melt down allowed The lady Bulldogs rallied with three. Hoopa Valley took had a three-run blast in the with a RBI double in the Lakey fanned six from the the Panthers to plate eight with two out in the sixth to first only giving up two runs. second to put the team up fourth. circle and went 3-for-4 at the runs and knot the score at take a 3-1 lead. Catie Thomp- Raider coach Tony Pel- 16-0. Alex Courtight threw out plate with a double and four 11-all. The lady Raiders son hit a RBI double to plate legrino was hoping to get Macloud Luntey earned two Pirates trying to swipe a RBI; Vestal was 3-for-3 with regained the lead in the sixth Vestal and scored on a Leah in the extra games but was the win hurling 3 2/3 innings. bags. a double, triple and four runs and Benson retired the side Imhoff base hit. But some pleased with the team’s per- Brandon George got the final The Raiders will wrap up scored. Parker hit a three- in order for the third place of the team’s inexperience formance in the two they out of the game the finished their preseason with a double run triple in the third; Imhoff finish. showed up in the bottom of played. due to time limit. Luntey was dip at Fall River Friday. scored twice witha RBI. PAGE 8 • THE INTERMOUNTAIN NEWS • MARCH 23, 2011 The WANT ADS e-mail email@example.com PHONE Burney 530-725-0925 Shasta Lake 530-275-1716 • TOLL FREE 888-706-7398 FAX 530-335-5335 or 530-303-1528 We Accept CREDIT CARDS WEB theimnews.com Deadline is usually Friday at 4pm INDEX this statement does not of itself Call Now! Discounts avail- PUBLIC NOTICE – REQUEST authorize the use in this state of a FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) fictitious business name in viola- able on your new Acorn tion of the rights of another under Stairlift. 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Any of 1200.00 feet; through an angle FICTITIOUS BUSINESS Publish March 23, 30, Apr 6, 13, 2011 _________________ NAME STATEMENT 2011-0000305 March 8, 2011 3593 Locust St. Cottonwood, CA 96022 DONATE YOUR CAR: interested party attempting to 52 Farm Equipment influence the outcome of this of 1 degrees 13 1/2’, a distance of 25.53 feet; thence North 3 degrees NAME STATEMENT 2011-0000267 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS 2011-0000340 March 15, 2011 The following person(s) are County of Shasta Children’s Cancer Fund! 53 Farm/Ranch Prod. process may be disqualified at 22’ West, 140.27 feet; thence March 2, 2011 NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) are doing business as: doing business as: McDermott, Charles Raymond Help Save A Child’s Life any time from consideration to North 86 degrees 38’ East, 50.00 The following person(s) are 54 Livestock provide these services. feet thence South 3 degrees 22’ doing business as: 2011-0000344 March 16, 2011 RELIABLE HOME REPAIR 682 Collyer Drive 3593 Locust St. Cottonwood, CA 96022 Through Research & Sup- 55 Hay/Grain/Feed/ Pub. 3-16,23, 2011 East, 140.00 feet to the point on The following person(s) are OAKTEA INTERNATIONAL Redding, CA 96003 port! Free Vacation Pack- the North line of said State High- REDDING CPR AND FIRST AID doing business as: 8219 Green Acres Ln This business is conducted by an _________________ age. Fast, Easy & Tax Seeds way; thence South 86 degrees 38’ West, along said last mentioned 105 Hartnell Ave Unit G Redding, CA 96002 County of Shasta County of Shasta individual. The registrant began to Deductible. Call 1-800- Redding, CA 96002 LUMISTANCE transact business under the name 56 Stud Service NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE File No. 7870.20127 Title Or- line 24.47 feet to the point of begin- 19511 Jacqueline St #B Rose, Karen Meyer, Kenneth 682 Collyer Drive listed above N/A 252-0615. (Cal-SCAN) ning. APN: 028-220-028 The prop- 8219 Green Acres Ln 57 Poultry/Bees/ der No. 4807458 MIN No. APN erty heretofore described is being County of Shasta Mora, Carl M Anderson, CA 96007 Redding, CA 96002 Redding, CA 96003 (s)Charles McDermott This fictitious business name ________________ 028-210-023-000 YOU ARE IN Rabbits DEFAULT UNDER A DEED OF sold “as is” The street address and other common designation, if 19360 Jackueline St Anderson, CA 96007 County of Shasta Pruitt, Michael Richard Rose, Matthew This business is conducted by an expires five years from the date it was filed in the office of the DONATE YOUR CAR, 58 Livestock Wanted TRUST, DATED 02/15/08. UN- any, of the real property described Mora, Eric M. 22315 River View Dr 8219 Green Acres Ln Individual. The registrant began to county clerk. A new fictitious busi- TRUCK OR BOAT TO LESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO transact business under the name Redding, CA 96002 HERITAGE FOR THE Services above is purported to be: 37016 19360 Jackueline St Cottonwood, CA 96022 listed above N/A ness name statement must be PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, Main Street , Burney, CA The Anderson, CA 96007 filed prior to that date. The filing BLIND. Free 3 Day Vaca- IT MAY BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC This business is conducted by a (s)Kenneth Meyer 70 Bldg & Contracting SALE. IF YOU NEED AN EXPLA- undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the Mora, Sharon 19360 Jackueline St This business is conducted by an individual. The registrant began to Husband and Wife. The registrant of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a tion, Tax Deductible, Free 71 Cleaning Service NATION OF THE NATURE OF street address and other common Anderson, CA 96007 transact business under the name began to transact business under This fictitious business name ex- fictitious business name in viola- Towing, All Paperwork THE PROCEEDING AGAINST designation, if any, shown herein. listed above 11/9/2004. the name listed above 2/20/2011. pires five years from the date it tion of the rights of another under 72 Painting/Wallpaper YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT Said sale will be made without This business is conducted by an (s)Michael Pruitt (s)Matthew Rose was filed in the office of the county federal, state or common law (See Taken Care Of. 888-902- A LAWYER. A public auction covenant or warranty, express or This fictitious business name ex- clerk. A new fictitious business 73 Sewing/Alterations sale to the highest bidder for cash, implied, regarding title, posses- Copartners. The registrant began This fictitious business name ex- to transact business under the pires five years from the date it pires five years from the date it name statement must be filed Sections 14411 ET. SEQ., Busi- ness and Professions Code.) 6851. (Cal-SCAN) cashier’s check drawn on a state was filed in the office of the county prior to that date. The filing of this ________________ 74 Gardening Services or national bank, check drawn by sion, or encumbrances, to pay the remaining unpaid balance of name listed above N/A (s)Carl Mora was filed in the office of the county clerk. A new fictitious business clerk. A new fictitious business statement does not of itself autho- Publish March 2, 9, 16, 23, 2011 _________________________ 75 Child Care state or federal credit union, or a the obligations secured by and This fictitious business name ex- name statement must be filed prior name statement must be filed prior rize the use in this state of a ficti- check drawn by a state or federal pursuant to the power of sale con- to that date. The filing of this state- tious business name in violation of FICTITIOUS BUSINESS 37 76 Misc. Services savings and loan association, or tained in that certain Deed of Trust pires five years from the date it to that date. The filing of this state- was filed in the office of the county ment does not of itself authorize ment does not of itself authorize the rights of another under federal, NAME STATEMENT BUSINESS the use in this state of a fictitious state or common law (See Sec- Transportation savings association, or savings (together with any modifications 2011-0000217 clerk. A new fictitious business the use in this state of a fictitious bank specified in §5102 to the Fi- thereto). The total amount of the name statement must be filed prior business name in violation of the business name in violation of the tions 14411 ET. SEQ., Business rights of another under federal, and Professions 23, 30, Apr 6, 2011 Code.) February 18, 2011 SERVICES 80 Vehicles for sale nancial code and authorized to do business in this state, will be held unpaid balance of the obligations secured by the property to be sold to that date. The filing of this state- rights of another under federal, Publish March 16, state or common law (See Sec- ______________________ The following person(s) are doing business as: ment does not of itself authorize state or common law (See Sec- 82 Mobilehome by duly appointed trustee. The sale will be made, but without covenant and reasonable estimated costs, the use in this state of a fictitious tions 14411 ET. SEQ., Business tions 14411 ET. SEQ., Business ADVERTISING- BEST expenses and advances at the and Professions Code.) PROFESSIONAL COATINGS KEPT SECRET. A busi- 83 Campers/Trailers or warranty, expressed or implied, time of the initial publication of this business name in violation of the and Professions Code.) rights of another under federal, Publish March 23, 30, Apr 6, 13, 2011 Publish March 23, 30, Apr 6, 13, 2011 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS 19100 Knighton Rd ness card sized display ad regarding title, possession, or 84 Bikes/Motorcycles Notice of Trustee’s Sale is estimat- __________________________ NAME STATEMENT Redding, CA 96002 encumbrances, to satisfy the ob- state or common law (See Sec- ____________________ ed to be $138,754.19 (Estimated), tions 14411 ET. SEQ., Business 2011-0000259 140 California community 85 Boats ligation secured by said Deed of Trust. The undersigned Trustee provided, however, prepayment and Professions Code.) FICTITIOUS BUSINESS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT March 1, 2011 County of Shasta newspapers. Reach 3 mil- Rentals premiums, accrued interest and Publish March 23, 30, Apr 6, 13, 2011 NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) are Riverhawk, Inc. disclaims any liability for any incor- advances will increase this figure ___________________________ 2011-0000255 2011-0000281 doing business as: 19100 Knighton Rd lion+ Californians. Cost rectness of the property address or March 4, 2011 110 House for Rent other common designation, if any, prior to sale. Beneficiary’s bid at said sale may include all or part of FICTITIOUS BUSINESS February 28, 2011 The following person(s) are The following person(s) are COUNTRY CLUB GRILL Redding, CA 96002 State: CA $1,550.$1.33 cost per thousand. Free brochure 111 Apts. for Rent shown herein. Trustor(s): Robert C. Schoonover, a married man said amount. In addition to cash, the Trustee will accept a cashier’s NAME STATEMENT 2011-0000346 doing business as: doing business as: 42889 Hwy 299E Fall River Mills, CA 96028 This business is conducted by a Corporation. The registrant began (916)288-6019; www.Cal- 112 Mobilehomes as his sole and separate property Recorded: 02/22/08, as Instrument check drawn on a state or national March 16, 2011 INSIDE & OUT CLEAN-UP & LPL FINANCIAL 1314 Trinity Street County of Shasta to transact business under the SDAN.com (Cal-SCAN) bank, a check drawn by a state The following person(s) are Daugherty, Jill Marie name listed above 1/6/2003 for rent No. 2008-0005705, of Official Re- or federal credit union or a check doing business as: HAULING 2986 Sinaloa Trl Redding, CA 96001 21582 S. Fairfield St. (s)Natalie R. Hawkins, Sec. ________________ cords of Shasta County, California. County of Shasta 114 Commercial/ Date of Sale: 04/12/11 at 11:00 AM drawn by a state or federal savings and loan association, savings as- VENTURE PROPERTIES Redding, CA 96002 Bullock, David Martin Burney, CA 96013 This business is conducted by an This fictitious business name CLASSIFIED ADVER- Ofﬁces Place of Sale: At the front entrance to the County Courthouse, 1500 sociation or savings bank specified 1327 Tehama St Redding, CA 96001 County of Shasta 1184 Orange Avenue Redding, CA 96001 Individual. The registrant began to transact business under the name expires five years from the date it was filed in the office of the TISING. 240 California in Section 5102 of the California Torres, Albert A. community newspapers 115 Vacation/Cabin Court Street, Redding, CA The purported property address is: Financial Code and authorized to 2986 Sinaloa Trl listed above N/A This business is conducted by an (s)Jill Daugherty county clerk. A new fictitious busi- reaching over 6 million Cal- 116 Rentals Wanted 37444 Toronto Ave, Burney, CA do business in California, or other such funds as may be acceptable County of Shasta Venturehouse, Inc. Redding, CA 96002 Individual. The registrant began to ness name statement must be filed prior to that date. The filing ifornians. 25-words $550 117 Misc. Rentals 96013 Assessors Parcel No. 028- 210-023-000 The total amount of to the trustee. In the event tender other than cash is accepted, the 1327 Tehama St Redding, CA 96001 This business is conducted by an individual. The registrant began to transact business under the name This fictitious business name ex- listed above 12/10/2010. pires five years from the date it of this statement does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a works out to 18 cents cost 118 Room for Rent the unpaid balance of the obliga- tion secured by the property to be Trustee may withhold the issuance State: CA transact business under the name (s)David Martin Bullock was filed in the office of the county This fictitious business name ex- clerk. A new fictitious business fictitious business name in viola- per thousand! FREE email Real Estate of the Trustee’s Deed Upon Sale This business is conducted by an listed above N/A tion of the rights of another under brochure. Call (916) 288- sold and reasonable estimated until funds become available to Individual. The registrant began to (s)Albert A. Torres pires five years from the date it name statement must be filed federal, state or common law (See costs, expenses and advances was filed in the office of the county prior to that date. The filing of this 6019. www.Cal-SCAN.com 130 Farms/Ranches at the time of the initial pub- the payee or endorsee as a mat- ter of right. The property offered transact business under the name This fictitious business name ex- listed above N/A pires five years from the date it clerk. A new fictitious business statement does not of itself autho- Sections 14411 ET. SEQ., Busi- ness and Professions Code.) (Cal-SCAN) 131 Land for Sale lication of the Notice of Sale is $139,700.73. If the sale is for sale excludes all funds held on (s)Aaron P. Nelson, CEO was filed in the office of the county This fictitious business name ex- clerk. A new fictitious business name statement must be filed prior rize the use in this state of a ficti- to that date. The filing of this state- tious business name in violation of Publish March 2, 9, 16, 23, 2011 ________________________ __________________ account by the property receiver, if 132 Real Estate. set aside for any reason, the pur- applicable. DATE 3/2/2011 Fidelity pires five years from the date it name statement must be filed prior ment does not of itself authorize the rights of another under federal, 133 Commercial R.E. chaser at the sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid, National Title Company, Trustee was filed in the office of the county to that date. The filing of this state- the use in this state of a fictitious state or common law (See Sec- business name in violation of the tions 14411 ET. SEQ., Business 11 41 134 Property Trades plus interest. The purchaser shall 10-03402-5DL 3075 Prospect Park Dr., Ste 100 Rancho Cordova, CA clerk. A new fictitious business ment does not of itself authorize name statement must be filed prior the use in this state of a fictitious rights of another under federal, and Professions Code.) PERSONALS HELP have no further recourse against 135 House for Sale the beneficiary, the Trustor or the 95670 916-636-0114 Vickie Levas Authorized Signature SALE IN- to that date. The filing of this state- business name in violation of the ment does not of itself authorize rights of another under federal, state or common law (See Sec- Publish March 9, 16, 23, 30, 2011 tions 14411 ET. SEQ., Business __________________________ Medical marijuana co-op. 5 grams free to new mem- WANTED trustee. Date: March 17, 2011 FORMATION CAN BE OBTAINED the use in this state of a fictitious state or common law (See Sec- and Professions Code.) Cleaning woman wanted. 136 Mobile for Sale NORTHWEST TRUSTEE SER- ON LINE AT www.prioritypost- business name in violation of the tions 14411 ET. SEQ., Business Publish March 16, 23, 30, Apr 6, 2011 ___________________________ FICTITIOUS BUSINESS bers. The phone call is free, Must have references or VICES, INC., as Trustee Victoria membership free, delivery 137 Income Properties Gutierrez, Authorized Signatory ing.com AUTOMATED SALES INFORMATION PLEASE CALL rights of another under federal, and Professions Code.) state or common law (See Sec- Publish March 23, 30, Apr 6, 13, 2011 NAME STATEMENT 2011-0000208 free, join us today. Don’t for- experience. Salary nego- FICTITIOUS BUSINESS 138 Business for Sale 505 N. Tustin Avenue, Suite 243, Santa Ana, CA 92705 Sale Info 714-573-1965 P808847 3/9, 3/16, tions 14411 ET. SEQ., Business and Professions Code.) NAME STATEMENT February 16, 2011 The following person(s) are get to call, 800-507-5930 tiable. Call Joann Asher at 03/23/2011 ____________________ __________________ website: www.USA-Foreclosure. _________________________ Publish March 23, 30, Apr 6, 13, 2011 2011-0000265 March 2, 2011 doing business as: ((4-13) 335-4892 after 5 pm. com Automated Sales Line: 714- DEADLINE FOR (4-13) The following person(s) are _________________ 277-4845 Reinstatement and Pay- NOTICE OF PETITION TO ____________________ FICTITIOUS BUSINESS BIG BEND THERAPEUTIC Off Requests: (866) 387-NWTS doing business as: SWM, 56, looking for honest _________________ ADMINISTER ESTATE OF NAME STATEMENT MASSAGE ADVERTISING THIS OFFICE IS ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY NANCY MARIE MARTY Case Number 26757 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT 2011-0000344 March 16, 2011 MAIN STREET CAFE 38082 HWY 299E INNER MOUNTAIN MASSAGE 20419 SHASTA ST SWF, 40-55, for long term relationship. Call Gary (530) HAT CREEK Hereford IS FRIDAY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL To all heirs, beneficiaries, creditors, 2011-0000210 The following person(s) are BURNEY, CA 96013 351-1741. BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE February 16, 2011 Burney, CA 96013 Ranch RV Park is seek- contingent creditors, and persons doing business as: County of Shasta (3-23) FEI# 1002.188149 03/23, 03/30, The following person(s) are County of Shasta who may otherwise be interested in ing an energetic reliable E-mail to: 04/06/2011 doing business as: Steve & Terry’s Burgers,LLC ______________________ the will or estate, or both, of Nancy LUMISTANCE Brock, Sr., Larry Joseph ____________________ Marie Marty. A Petition for Probate RADIANT REDS 19511 Jacqueline St #B 36810 Woods Ave Burney, CA 96013 20653 Roff Way 12 individual who likes work- has been filed by Mary Elizabeth Anderson, CA 96007 State: NV Burney, CA 96013 LOST/FOUND ing with the public. Du- email@example.com Trustee Sale No. 10-03402-5 DL 12689 Dry Creek Rd Loan No. 1220237160 Title Order Conley in the Superior Court of Bella Vista, CA 96008 This business is conducted by a This business is conducted by an ties include checking in California, County of Shasta. The County of Shasta Limited Liability Company. The Individual. The registrant began to Found: 2 car keys on Fort No. 10-03402-5 APN 028-220-028 customers, working in NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Petition for Probate requests that County of Shasta Pruitt, Michael Richard registrant began to transact busi- transact business under the name Peck St. in Shasta Lake. FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME Mary Elizabeth Conley be ap- 22315 River View Dr ness under the name listed above listed above N/A store, taking reservations YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER The fictitious business name le- A DEED OF TRUST DATED pointed as personal representa- Shepherd, Megan Cottonwood, CA 96022 1/3/2011. (s)Larry J. Brock, Sr. Call 238-7218. tive to administer the estate of the 12689 Dry Creek Rd (s)Terry Moore, Mgr (3-30) & some outside work also. gals are still only $25 - We’ll send 11/5/2007. UNLESS YOU TAKE decedent. The petition requests Bella Vista, CA 96008 This business is conducted by an This fictitious business name ex- Bring references & resume one affidavit to you and one to the ACTION TO IT MAY BE YOUR PROTECT authority to administer the estate individual. The registrant began to This fictitious business name ex- pires five years from the date it _______________ to Kathy at Century 21 Big county clerk. PROPERTY, AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU SOLD under the Independent Administra- This business is conducted by an Individual. The registrant began to transact business under the name pires five years from the date it was filed in the office of the county 30 Pines call 335-2100 or cell tion of Estates Act. (This authority listed above 11/9/2004. was filed in the office of the county clerk. A new fictitious business Please send the address where NEED NATURE OF THE PRO- THE AN EXPLANATION OF will allow the personal representa- transact business under the name listed above 12/14/2010 (s)Victoria Leide clerk. A new fictitious business name statement must be filed MISC. 949-0354, Start at $10.50 your copy of the fictitious busi- CEEDINGS AGAINST YOU, YOU tive to take many actions without obtaining court approval. Before (s)Megan Shepherd This fictitious business name ex- pires five years from the date it name statement must be filed prior prior to that date. The filing of this to that date. The filing of this state- statement does not of itself autho- FOR SALE hr. ness name affidavit needs to be SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYER. taking certain very important ac- This fictitious business name ex- was filed in the office of the county ment does not of itself authorize rize the use in this state of a ficti- MTD vertical/horiz. 20 (4-6) On 3/30/2011, at 11:00 AM, At pires five years from the date it sent. It needs to be paid in ad- the main entrance to the County tions, however, the personal was filed in the office of the county clerk. A new fictitious business the use in this state of a fictitious tious business name in violation of ton log splitter, splits up ________________ vance - we take credit cards for Courthouse, 1500 Court St., Red- representative will be required to name statement must be filed prior business name in violation of the the rights of another under federal, give notice to interested persons clerk. A new fictitious business to that date. The filing of this state- rights of another under federal, state or common law (See Sec- to 24” logs, powered by Drivers: Class A, Flat- ding, CA, Fidelity National Title name statement must be filed prior your convenience. Company, as the duly appointed unless they have waived notice to that date. The filing of this state- ment does not of itself authorize state or common law (See Sec- tions 14411 ET. SEQ., Business 5hp Briggs/Stratton en- bed 2 years experience. Trustee, under and pursuant to or consented to the proposed ment does not of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious and Professions tions 14411 ET. SEQ., Business Publish March 2, 9,Code.) 2011 gine $500, 9x9 ft sofa _______________________ the power of sale contained in that action.) The independent admin- business name in violation of the and Professions Code.) 16, 23, _________________________ Great Miles, Benefits, istration authority will be granted the use in this state of a fictitious rights of another under federal, Publish March 16, 23, 30, Apr 6, 2011 w/2 reclining seats $300, certain Deed of Trust Recorded business name in violation of the Home-time. 2 Years 888- 10 on 11/14/2007, as Instrument No. unless an interested person files an objection to the petition and rights of another under federal, state or common law (See Sec- ______________________ tions 14411 ET. SEQ., Business FICTITIOUS BUSINESS 61” Sony, big screen TV 880-5921 x123 centralore- PUBLIC/LEGAL 2007-0051467 of Official Records in the office of the Recorder of shows good cause why the court should not grant the authority. A state or common law (See Sec- tions 14411 ET. SEQ., Business and Professions Code.) Publish March 23, 30, Apr 6, 13, 2011 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT 2011-0000251 works great, too big for gontruck.com NOTICES Shasta County, CA, executed by: hearing on the petition will be held and Professions Code.) ____________________ NAME STATEMENT February 28, 2011 The following person(s) are new house. $300 335- (3-3) Jeffrey H. Phinney, an unmarried in this court as follows: Date: April Publish March 16, 23, 30, Apr 6, 2011 ___________________________ 2011-0000290 2926. ________________ FICTITIOUS BUSINESS person, as Trustor, in favor of TRI 11, 2011 Time: 1:30 PM Dept: 11. March 8, 2011 doing business as: Counties Bank, as Beneficiary, The following person(s) are (3-23) CAREGIVER full/part NAME STATEMENT Address of court: 1500 Court St, FICTITIOUS BUSINESS OF ABANDONMENT WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION Redding, CA 96001. If you object FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT NAME STATEMENT doing business as: DIANA VADER PHOTOGRAPHY __________ time, must pass drug test March 1, 2011 TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, in to the granting of the petition, you 2011-0000245 2161 Cadjew St lawful money of the United States, 2011-0000361 MEYER FLYER Redding, CA 96003 VONAGE Unlimited Calls & bkgrnd check. Benefits/ The following person(s) have should appear at the hearing and February 25, 2011 abandoned the use of the fictitious all payable at the time of sale, that March 21, 2011 The following person(s) are 11925 Hardpan Lane in U.S. & 60 Countries! NO flexible hours/days. 530- state your objections or file written The following person(s) are business name: certain property situated in said objections with the court before the doing business as: Redding, CA 96003 County of Shasta ANNUAL CONTRACT! County, California describing the doing business as: Vader, Diana Louise 945-0123 hearing. Your appearance may be COUNTRY CLUB GRILL land therein as: See Exhibit “A” in person or by your attorney. If VL PRODUCTIONS County of Shasta 2161 Cadjew St $14.99 For 3 Months! (3-23) 42889 HWY 299E attached hereto and made a part VALOR MUSIC 225 Locust St Ste 201 Meyer, Daniel B. Redding, CA 96003 Then ONLY $25.99/mo. ______________________ you are a creditor or a contingent 1261 Oakdale Lane Fall River Mills, CA 96028 hereof Exhibit “A” The land re- creditor of the deceased, you must Redding, CA 96001 11925 Hardpan Lane County of Shasta ferred to herein below is situated in Redding, CA 96002 County of Shasta Redding, CA 96003 This business is conducted by an Plus FREE Activation. ASAP! New Pay Increase! file your claim with the court and County of Shasta Small, Sara Lenae the unincorporated area, County of mail a copy to the personal rep- Leide, Victoria Individual. The registrant began to Call 877-881-2318. (Cal- 34-46 cpm. Excellent 20407 Hudson St Shasta, State of California, and is Evans, Amanda S. 221 Locust St This business is conducted by an transact business under the name described as follows: Parcel 1: Lot resentative appointed by the court 1261 Oakdale Lane Individual. The registrant began to listed above 7/1/2007 SCAN) Benefits. Need CDL-A & Burney, CA 96013 within four months from the date of Redding, CA 96001 Orig. FBN No: 2008-0000294 1, Block 1, as shown on the Map of first issuance of letters as provided Redding, CA 96002 transact business under the name (s)Diana Louise Vader ________________ 3 months recent OTR. Burney Subdivision No. 2, filed in Evans, Jerome Charles This business is conducted by an listed above N/A This fictitious business name ex- Orig. filing date: 3/4/2008 the office of the County Recorder, in Probate Code section 9100. The 1261 Oakdale Lane pires five years from the date it 1-877-258-8782. www. Began transacting bus: N/A time for filing claims will not expire individual. The registrant began to (s)Daniel B. Meyer This business was conducted by September 26, 1940 in Book 6 of before four months from the hear- Redding, CA 96002 transact business under the name was filed in the office of the county TROUBLE GETTING Up MeltonTruck.com (Cal- an Individual. Maps at Page 10, Shasta County ing date noticed above. You may listed above N/A. This fictitious business name ex- clerk. A new fictitious business Your STAIRS? Acorn SCAN) (s) Sara Small, Owner Records. Parcel 2: All that portion This business is conducted by an (s)Victoria Leide pires five years from the date it name statement must be filed examine the file kept by the court. individual. The registrant began to This fictitious business name ex- was filed in the office of the county Stairlifts can help if you ________________ of the Northwest one-quarter of the If you are a person interested in the prior to that date. The filing of March 23,30,April 6,13, 2011 Northwest one-quarter of Section transact business under the name pires five years from the date it clerk. A new fictitious business estate, you may file with the court listed above N/A 20, Township 35 North, Range 3 THE INTERMOUNTAIN NEWS • MARCH 23, 2011 • PAGE 9 DRIVER - NEW TRUCKS *Local Orientation *Ser- vice Centers w/Showers SECTION 00100 – NOTICE TO BIDDERS *Laundry *Fuel and Truck Maintenance. Dry Van NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT SHASTA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, *Refrigerated. CDL-A, 3 will receive bids for the furnishing of all labor, materials, months current OTR ex- transportation, and services necessary for the completion perience. 1-800-414-9569. www.DriveKnight.com of: (Cal-SCAN) ________________ VETERANS HALL ADA UPGRADE AT BURNEY AND GUYS & GALS 18+. Travel FALL RIVER MILLS the country while selling CONTRACT NO. 302687 our Orange peel product. Training, Hotel & Trans- portation provided. Daily 1. BID SUBMISSION: Sealed bids will be accepted until 11:00 a.m. local cash draws. Apply today time, April 8, 2011, at the Office of the Clerk of the Board, 1450 Court leave tomorrow. 1-888- Street, Suite 308B, Redding, CA 96001, County of Shasta, at which time 872-7577. (Cal-SCAN) they will be publicly opened and read. Proposals received after 11:00 ________________ a.m. will not be considered responsive and will be returned to the bidder LIVE WORK PARTY unopened. Telephone and telefax proposals will not be accepted. PLAY!! Play in Vegas, Hang in LA, Jet to New 2. DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK: In general the project consists of York! Hiring 18-24 gals/ two (2) construction sites and one (1) construction period. The first con- guys. $400-$800 wkly. Paid expenses. Energetic struction site is the Burney Veterans Hall, located at 37410 Main Street, & fun! 1-800-457-8528. Burney, CA, and consists of demolition of existing men’s and women’s (Cal-SCAN) restroom facilities, new construction of Americans with Disabilities Act ________________ (ADA) compliant multi-user men’s and women’s restroom facilities, re- modeling of the stage area including a new ADA compliant access ramp, remodeling of a administrative office space, and a new fire wall adjacent 43 to the mechanical space. The second construction site is the Fall River BUSINESS Mills Veterans Hall, located at 24843 Long Street, Fall River Mills, CA, OPPORTUNITY and consists of remodeling of the existing men’s and women’s restroom ALL CASH VENDING facilities for ADA compliancy, demolition of the stage area, and new con- AIRLINES ARE HIRING Better Business Bureau. (TWO) FALL RIVER -- 2 ing $875. Must agree to credit Bdrm, 1 ba, washer dryer report & references. Ask for 111 struction of an ADA compliant vestibule entry way. ROUTE! Be Your Own Go to aviation mainte- (Cal-SCAN) Boss! 25 Machines + Can- __________________ hookups, 2-car gar. Spacious Kathy at Century 21 Big Pines APTS FOR RENT nance college for FREE! APT for rent, 2 bdrm, 1 ba, dy All for $9995. Vend3, living area, yards. Bret 530- 335-2100 or cell 949-0354. Tuition paid for the BEST. water/garbage paid. Clean 3. COUNTY’S PROJECT SUPERVISOR’S ESTIMATE: The Project Su- 880 Grand Blvd., Deer H.S. Grad w/good grades 80 339-5416. (4-6 TFC) pervisor’s estimate is $310,000.00. This is an estimate only, and bidders (4-6) & quiet, fenced $550. 530- Park, NY. 1- 877-915- and proven work history. VEHICLES __________________ _________________ 524-3201. should not rely upon this figure when preparing or submitting their bids. FALL RIVER - downtown, 8222. Major CC accepted! CALL Aviation Institute of FOR SALE BURNEY - 2 bdrm, 1.5 ba, 3 bdrm, 1.5 ba, yard, 2-sto- (3-23) (Cal-SCAN) Maintenance (866) 859- 65 Ford F-100: 1/2 ton, straight 6 cyl ohv, 3sp column, good newly remodeled $725/mo ry, gas heat, fireplace, car- _______________ 4. REQUIRED CONTRACTOR’S LICENSE: At the time this contract is ______________ 6378. (Cal-SCAN) tires/glass, primer; runs. $800 dep. 604-2992. BURNEY- Small studio bid, the Contractor shall possess a California “B” Contractor’s License. port. Please No Pets, non 44 ________________ Mail bid to: HCRO, 42231 (3-9) smoker, $525/mo + dep, & apt in quiet court. NO Subcontractors shall possess the appropriate license for the work of their SCHOOLS/ Bidwell Road, Hat Creek, _______________ ref, call Brett 339-5416 or PETS, $350 + $525 dep. respective trades. CA 96040, or email: susie@ TRAINING 76 hcro.berkeley.edu, Deadline BURNEY- newly refinished Mike 570-6640. 336-5940 HIGH SCHOOL DIPLO- MISC 03/31/11, for info call days 2bdrm 1ba home or house w/ garage. No Pets, large living (3-16) (4-6 TFC) 5. INSTRUCTIONS: Bidders shall refer to Section 00200, “Instructions MA! Graduate in 4 weeks! SERVICES 530-335-2364 (3-23) room $850 per mo. + deposit ___________________ _________________ to Bidders” for required documents and items to be submitted in a sealed FREE Brochure. Call Now! $1200. 336-5940 BURNEY - 1 bdrm, on pri- IN BURNEY - 2 bdrm, 1-866-562-3650 ext. 60 ___________________ vate 1/2 acre setting, $500 1 ba, remodeled, clean, envelope. SOLAR POWER (4-6 TFC) www.SouthEasternHS. For home or ranch. Call ___________________ month, 335-5137. carport, storage, small com (Cal-SCAN) Northern California based 110 HAT CREEK - 2-story log (3-16) complex $475 + dep. 547- 6. PRE-BID CONFERENCE AND SITE VISIT: County will conduct a ______________ Wholesale Solar. Retail HOUSE home on 1.25 acres. 2.5 ________________ 7114 or 541-740-7298 pre-bid conference and site visit at: ATTEND COLLEGE ON- and wholesale pricing. FOR RENT bdrms, 2 baths, 1 w/shower, 1 Bed 1 Bath on large (3-30) AVAILABLE NOW 1 w/tub. Detached garage (2 ________________ LINE from Home. *Medi- 530-926-2900. www. lot. Detached carport & Burney Veterans Hall located at 37410 Main Street, Burney, CA, on cal, *Business, *Paralegal, wholesalesolar.com. BURNEY - 2bdrm, 1 ba. Adult bays) back porch deck. $1000/ mo. First mo. rent + cleaning garage. You need good 117 March 31, 2011, at 9:00 a.m.; and *Criminal Justice. Job (4-6) community. Next to Greenbelt- dep. 530-243-4898. credit to qualify. 1 to 2 MISC. RENTALS small fenced backyard with KEEP-IT placement assistance. ________________ (4-6) persons. $625 mo. With 1 Fall River Mills Veterans Hall located at 24843 Long Street, Fall River storage shed. $650 + $500 MINI STORAGE Computer available. Finan- CASH NOW! Cash for dep. credit check. Call Kathy ___________________ year lease. $700 deposit. Mills, CA on March 31, 2011, at 1:00 p.m. cial Aid if qualified. SCHEV BURNEY - 3BDRM, 2 BA 24870 Long St., F.R.M., in McArthur, 10x10, your structured settlement 336-5331. 10x12, and 10x20 336- certified. Call 888-210- or annuity payments. Call (4-6 TFC) on Oakview St, remodeled, CA 530-859-1159 fenced yard with sprinkers plus 5679 or 336-6133 Bidder is to note that the bid form requires the bidder to sign that they 5162 www.Centura.us.com J.G. Wentworth. 1-866- __________________ (10-13 tfc) (TFC) (Cal-SCAN) 494-9115. Rated A+ by the a second large fenced parking ___________________ ________________ have familiarized themselves with the local conditions (as addressed dur- area for RV or your boat. Ask- ing the Pre-Bid Conference and Site Visit) including: inspecting in and ________________ around the work areas; the limitations on noise during business hours; the designated staging areas; and all of the Contract Documents. 7. BIDDING DOCUMENTS: BIDDING DOCUMENTS: each bid must be in accordance with the bid documents, construction drawings and speci- fications on file at the Shasta County Facilities Management Division, 1958 Placer Street, Redding, California, 96001. These bid documents, construction drawings and specifications are available for viewing or downloading through the Shasta County Department of Public Works website at http://www.co.shasta.ca.us/html/Public_Works/pw_index. htm. Also through this website, a bidder may view and join a Document Holder’s List for this project. Joining the Document Holder’s List, and checking to see if there are addenda issued prior to bidding are the sole responsibility of the bidder. If any addendum is issued, the County will attempt to notify each document holder on the Document Holder’s List using the e-mail address and the FAX numbers entered onto the Docu- ment Holder’s List. County shall not in any way be responsible or liable for failure of a document holder to receive notification. It is the bidder’s responsibility, prior to submitting the bid, to check the website or other- wise inquire to determine whether the County has issued any Addenda. Note that there are local blueprinting companies that can download and sell paper copies of the bid documents, construction drawings and speci- fications. Bidders are responsible for arranging and purchasing these paper copies if they so choose. 8. BID PREPARATION COST: Bidder’s are solely responsible for the cost of preparing their bids. 9. EEO AND FEDERAL LABOR PROVISIONS: This project is under and subject to Executive Order 11246, as amended, of September 24, 1965, and to the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Federal La- bor Provisions. All labor on the project shall be paid no less than the higher of either the prevailing State Wage Rates established in by the Director of the State of California, Department of Industrial Relations, or the Federal Wage Rates established by the U.S. Secretary of Labor. To be eligible for award, each bidder must comply with the affirmative action requirements, which are contained in the Specifications. A Contractor having 50 or more employees and his subcontractors having 50 or more employees and who may be awarded a Contract of $50,000 or more will be required to maintain an affirmative action program, the standards for which are contained in the Specifications. 10. BID BOND, PERFORMANCE BOND, AND PAYMENT BOND: Bid security must be submitted with the bid, as described in Section 00200, “Instructions to Bidders.” The successful bidder prior to execution of the Contract must submit a Performance Bond in the full amount of the Get targeted exposure to a large yet specialized Contract, using the form of Section 00502, “Performance Bond.” The successful bidder, prior to execution of the Contract, must submit a Pay- audience when you advertise your business in special sections geared ment Bond in the full amount of the Contract, using the form of Section 00503, “Payment Bond.” toward your business market. 12. RESERVATION OF RIGHTS: County specifically reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to reject any or all bids, or re-bid, or to waive in- Top 5 Reasons to Advertise in Our Special Sections consequential deviations for bid requirements not involving time, price or quality of the work. If no bids are received, the County reserves the 1. Special sections allow you to focus your advertising on a specific target market. right to identify interested Contractor(s) and negotiate directly without 2. Your ad will tie in to a specific event or time of year, making it more relevant for the reader. rebidding. 3. Special sections add content support for your advertising. 4. Special sections stand alone within the newspaper, making your ad easy to locate. 13. SECURITIES IN LIEU OF RETENTION: Public Contract Code Sec- tion 22300 gives the Contractor the option to deposit securities with an 5. Your ad will have a longer shelf life, since many people save special sections for future escrow agent as a substitute for retention earnings to be withheld by the reference. County as per the contract documents. To advertise in our next special, “VISITORS GUIDE” 14. INQUIRIES: All inquiries regarding the Project shall be directed to Call The News at (530) 725-0925 • The Bulletin at (530) 275-1716 Thomas Forbish, Phone (530) 225-3719 The Intermountain News Fax (530) 225-5420, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Request for information will be received until close of business on Shasta Lake Bulletin April 4, 2011 at 3:30 P.M. Pub. March 23, 2011 PAGE 10 • THE INTERMOUNTAIN NEWS • MARCH 23, 2011 (530) 335-2222 Big Pines Realty www.HighCountryBurney.com 37107 Main Street, Burney, CA 96013 A trusted name in real estate, serving the entire Intermountain Area and beyond (530) 335-2100 or (530) 335-3636 www.century21bigpines.com WATERFRONT PROPERTIES Kathy Lakey, Owner/Broker DRE # 013000351 Pam Giacomini, Owner/Realtor Travis Lakey, Owner/Realtor #662 HAT CREEK FRONTAGE Home in Old Station, fam. rm, office, 4BR $499,500 #572 ON HAT CREEK! Cabin in Old Station, with an extra lot included. Separate garage. All for $275,000 REDUCED #489 HAT CREEK FRONTAGE. 1.29 Ac, borders USFS. Great house, shop, RV barn, garage, etc! Only $299,999 REDUCED #403 HAT CREEK FRONTAGE. 6+ Ac., great 5+ BR house, guest hse. Shop, outbldgs. Pasture! $749,000 NOW $495,000 #695 HAT CREEK FRONTAGE Two 1 ac. Lots, home,vacation rental cabin. All for $695,000 752 UPPER FALL RIVER FRONTAGE! Near Cal Trout launch. 11+ Acres, two furnished homes, large boat dock $1,250,000. REDUCED to $950,000. 753- NEW RANCH LISTING! 320 Beautiful acres. This property has it all - level fields for crops or livestock, timbered hills with building sites over-looking the fields and Big Valley. Power is already in to homesite. Bathhouse, pump house, septic, and two wells, both with high production. Some equipment negotiable. Pond, seasonal creek. Good access, paved road. Ready for your home, and ranching plans! REDUCED TO $640,000 NEW LISTINGS 772 Very nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in Burney. #773 5 ACRES near Soldier Mountain in Fall Many upgrades including tile kitchen countertops River Valley. Beautiful 3B 2B mfg’d home on and tile flooring in master bathroom. Dual pane win- foundation. Carport, garage, RV covered dows throughout. Natural gas forced air heat and parking, hobby house, deck, hot tub. Great natural gas monitor heat. Auto sprinklers in front room floor plan! Huge kitchen with pantry. Like and back yards...............Priced At $135,000 new! All for only $174,900 BURNEY FALLS ESTATES! Only 5 minutes from Burney, the Hub of the Intermountain Area! Wide, paved roads, nice trees and mountain views. Power, phone & water at the street. Bring the horse and the chickens! Access to USFS lands for hiking or riding. Great chance to buy 5 acres with a well and approved per test, at a reduced price of only $95,000! SOLD Plus other lots, starting at $99,000, up to 11+ acres at just $159,000. Owner will finance. Also, call about a huge Builder Discount! Stop by or give us a call for maps and more information. MOBILEHOMES – Las Colinas Mobile Estates (Adult Park) #768 Beautiful 1700 sq.ft. 3B 2B,family room,tiled kitchen, more! $65,000 $55,000 Sp. 65 Like new mfgd home. 3B 2B. REDUCED!! . SOLD $65,000 Sp. 4 3B 2B. Immaculate! Fenced. Porches, patio. Carport. SOLD $37,500 Sp. 55 2B 2B Woodstove! Covered porch. Backs to woods! SOLD $39,000 Sp. 32 2B 1B New kitchen, bath,windows,doors,paint,floors etc! $19,500 $12,000 INCOME/COMMERCIAL # HOMES HOMES BR&Baths Sq.Ft. Price 713 Burney,Superior 3 / 2 ESCROW 1248 $ 69,000 #756 RIVERVIEW Former Room & Board home 739 Burney,Roff Way 2 / 1 Stream! 940 99,500 for the elderly. Might be a great Bed & Breakfast. 761 Burney,OntarioWest 3 / 1 Plus guest hse 1030 109,900 Views of Fall River from rear deck and several 691 Burney,Ontario 2 / 1 Picket fence! 934 130,000 758 Old Station,HatCrDr 2/1 SOLD 1000 149,000 rooms. 10 bedrooms, 8 baths. Nice front courtyard. 762 Burney,Ponderosa 3 / 2 +Den & Bonus room 178,000 Reduced to $479,000 748 Burney TWO HOMES – one large lot! NICE. 178,000 720 Burney,Mt.ViewRd 3 / 2 Fireplace. 1300 179,000 754 Round Mtn. Road 3 / 2.5 ESCROW 1766 190,000 #733 RAINBOW’S END TRAILER PARK. 734 Old Station Cabin! 4 / 1.5 Neat! 1/2 Ac. 1295 199,000 27 Spaces! Owner’s home, garage, 684 Burney, Ah 4 / 1.5 +Gst room 1650 219,900 623 Burney Court 3 / 2.5 REDUCED! 1818 174,900 storage bldg., shower bldg. Plus separate 652 Burney,Mtn View 3 / 2 Upgrades!! 1275 199,950 parcel with home being remodeled! All for 698 Burney,Tall Timber 3 / 2 Immaculate! 1462 199,000 REDUCED PRICE of $425,000! 728 671 Burney,Galena Cir 3 / 2 Extra gar/shop 1620+ 249,000 McArthur,PineShdws 2 / 2 +barn/studio 1688 249,500 746 Burney Terrace! 3 / 2 SOLD 1728 279,000 #705 Two commercial buildings, one could 745 Burney, Marquette 3 / 2 .7Ac Gorgeous! 2008 298,500 be residence! Totally renovated! Huge lot, 744 Old Station Ranchette 1 / 1 Pond, 3 Ac. 1100 299,500 fenced. Right on Main Street. Front building 706 Cassel,WildBirdLane 3 / 2 Two 2ac. Lots 1640 315,000 is 2 story plus storage basement, currently 747 Big Eddy NEW Home! 2+/2 5 Ac. A BEAUTY! 349,000 737 Fall River Mills-B&B? 6/2 2 lots- 1 on water! 390,000 used for offices. Could be retail. Call for ap- 692 Glenburn,MasacLn 3 / 2 Unique! 5 ac. .1352+ 399,500 pointment to see! All this for only $392,000 452 Burney,CambriaCt 4 / 4+Tudor home! 4787 495,000 732 Mont.Creek 55 Ac.,home,pond,hydro! SelfSuff! 499,500 # LAND AND LOT LISTINGS Price 632 West Haight Mtn! Timbered 160 acres Siskiyou County. $220,000 654 Old Station. 3.48 Ac, pines. Walk to Hat Creek! Reduced. $139,500 644 Day Road. Parklike 1.7 Acres, nice pines & wildlife! $ 59,500 612 Burney – 2 Commercial lots right on Highway 299E, only $ 79,500 726 Johnson Park. One acre, trees, horses OK! Water avail. $ 29,900 712 Fall River Mills Lot,.Elec. ON, water & sewer! SOLD $ 49,000 714 Burney. Lot off Ponderosa St. Nice pines, etc. $ 39,000 663 Pittville area. 39.56 Ac. Fenced. Elec. at lotline! REDUCED! $199,800 664 Pittville area. 39.54 Ac. Well,pumphse. perc. Trees! “ $249,500 653 Summit Lake area. 39.2 Ac. Timberland/recreation prop. $149,000 718 Round Mountain. 7.5 Ac 360 VIEWS! Well. Trees. $ 70,000 721 Johnson Park. 1.34 Ac. Trees. C-2 in front, IR in back! $120,000 721 Johnson Park. 1/3 Ac. On Fairfield adjoining above. $ 30,000 722 Cassel. 6.4 Ac. Joins USFS! Near Pac.Crest Trail. Trees! $ 98,500 724 Burney. Comm. Lot next to Bowling Alley.2 Older bldgs. $ 89,500 725 Burney. 5 secluded acres off Ivan Marx Rd. Water avail. $ 59,500 730 Fall River Mills. 10+ Acres off Gomez Road. Views. $ 25,000 740 Burney, Comm. Lot in center of town! $ 45,000 741 Landscaped lot near Burney Creek, on Modoc St. $ 42,000 742 Old Station. Nice lot in Rim Rock Ranch Subd. Views! $ 25,000 749 Big Eddy Est. Two 5-acre lots, each with 400’well! Each: $ 95,000 759 Big Eddy Est. Beautiful 5+Ac next to River! Must see! $195,000 We have many more properties available through our Multiple Listings. Stop by or call for all the information, or visit our webpage.