1. FRVCSD Special Meeting

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    Fall River Valley Community Services District Director Barbara Briggs outlines why she called for a special meeting of directors Monday, Jan. 21, 2013. “We (directors) must put a stop to all of this rumor mongering and act like professional grownups,” Briggs said following the resignation of the district's general manager, John Van den Berg.

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    • Weed At Burney

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      More than 70 photographs of the varsity and junior varsity games for both boys and girls when the Weed Cougars traveled to Burney Jan. 19, 2013, to take on the Raiders. The Cougars won all four games, 77-57 in the boys varsity clash, 32-20 in the varsity girls matchup, 43-32 in the JV boys game, and 34-32 in the JV girls contest.

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      • Mt. Shasta at Burney

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        The Raider varsity girls were defeated Friday night by the Mt. Shasta Bears, 49-27, at the Burney gym. The Mt. Shasta varsity boys also defeated Burney, 65-29, the Mt. Shasta JV boys defeated Burney, 50-29, and the Mt. Shasta JV girls defeated Burney, 38-30.

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        • Burney Falls

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          Burney Falls on Saturday, Dec. 29, 2012

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          • Arrested On Christmas

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            A brother and sister were arrested on Christmas for the alleged theft of checks from Shasta County Supervisor Pam Giacomini. Deputies said the pair purchased some $3,000 in merchandise in the McArthur and Fall River Mills area in the past week using the stolen checks. They also attempted to cash checks at US Bank in Burney where a bank employee was suspicious and alerted the sheriff's department. Booked into Shasta County jail were Christina Marie Shepard, also known as Christina Bencini, 35, and Warren Michael Walker, 39. Shepard was arrested at 20608 Hudson Street in Burney. Walker fled, but deputies followed his tracks in the snow to 37178 Superior Avenue where he was arrested. Deputies said some of the merchandise purchased with the stolen checks, including a large screen TV, was found at the Superior Avenue residence.

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            • Two Days With Snow

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              Video of Friday and Saturday, Dec. 21-22, 2012, in Burney after nearly 3 feet of snow blanketed the area. Shown are Highway 299 through town and backed up traffic on Marquette Street where county snowplows hadn't responded by Saturday afternoon to the heavily traveled roadway.

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              • Roof Collapse

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                The roof at Ben Franklin variety store in Burney collapsed sometime late Friday, Dec. 21, 2012, or early Saturday morning causing damage to about 30 percent of the building. The doors were locked, but snow and portions of the roof could be seen covering the area where the cash registers are located.

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                • Snowing In Burney

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                  About 2 feet of snow had fallen in Burney by Friday, Dec. 21, 2012, at 10 a.m. Numerous spinouts were reported on Highway 299 between Montgomery Creek and Burney and a few big rigs were escorted over Hatchet summit courtesy of the California Highway Patrol. Caltrans was also clearing a few trees that had fallen across the highway. The National Weather Service was predicting more snow through Friday night for the Intermountain area, turning to rain on Saturday with the snow level rising to 3,700 feet.

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                  • Honoring Edward Kennedy

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                    Fifty-four journalists have started a campaign to award a posthumous Pulitzer to a reporter who broke one of the biggest stories in World War II and was fired as a result. The reporter was Edward Kennedy of the Associated Press (1905-1963). His story was the scoop of a lifetime: He was the first to report the surrender of Nazi Germany and the end of World War II in Europe. His dispatch was accurate, but he defied political and military censors who wanted to keep the surrender secret for 36 hours. He went on to a distinguished career as an editor in California, dying at the age of 58 after an automobile accident in Monterey in 1963. In the spring of 2012 – 67 years after the event, the AP apologized. Tom Curley, AP president, said the incident was handled in the worst possible way . . . Kennedy did everything right. Panelists discuss the Kennedy project at the 135th annual winter meeting of the California Press Association Dec. 7, 2012, at the Marines Memorial Club and Hotel in San Francisco. Panelists include Ray March of the Modoc Independent News in Cedarville, Julia Kennedy Cochran of Bend, Ore., daughter of Ed Kennedy, and David Perlman, 93, science editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. Introducing the panelists is Ward Bushee, executive vice president and editor of the San Francisco Chronicle. Introducing Bushee is Bruce Brugmann, former owner of the San Francisco Bay Guardian. At the end of the program are Becky Clark, CalPress president, and Allen McCombs of Chino who presents Julia with a special newspaper of her father's work.

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                    • ROAD WASHOUT

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                      While much of the Intermountain area got a break Friday afternoon, Nov. 30, 2012, from the most recent storm, the Big Bend area continued to receive a pelting from steady rains that raised creek levels, undermined roads and, in the most extreme case, washed away a section of PIt 5 Road, about 2 miles west of Big Bend Road. Packway Materials of Cassel was clearing portions of the road to the Pit 5 Powerhouse and shoring up other portions to prevent further damage while another storm was headed this way for the weekend.

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