Raymond and Hazell Dombrowski, both 77, of Fall River
Mills escaped major injury last week when they were
being piloted through the Pit One Road project at 15
mph, swerved to the right for an unknown reason, hit a
concrete culvert went up the hillside and rolled back
onto the edge of the roadway.
The Burney Veteran’s Honor Guard will host its
annual Memorial Day Service on Memorial Day, May
30, 11 a.m. at the Mountain View Cemetery.
The ceremony will include the traditional rifle
salute and taps.
The ceremony will honor all deceased veterans
and service personnel and the public is welcome
The Willis Hollenbeak Post 369 will conduct
Memorial Day Services at Pine Grove Cemetery in
McArthur at 10 a.m
They will conduct Memorial Day Services at the
Fall River Cemetery at 11 a.m.ery at 11 a.m.
May Students of the Month
(l-r) Burney High School Principle Ray Guerrero
with Sr. Student for May Kyler Marks, 8th grade
student of the month, Paris Geisler and chairman
Mountain Valleys Acquires
Dr. Van Dyke's Practice
Mountain Valleys Health Centers has purchased Dr. Trish
Van Dyke’s Dental Office as of Friday, May 13.
The practice will continue to be open to see patients,
and will not be fully operational as a Mountain Valleys
dental office until around mid to late summer.
Mountain Valleys Health Centers, Inc., (MVHC) is a
not-for-profit community health center organization
which has been offering quality health and dental care
to rural communities in northeastern California for over
Alfalfa Breeze was a Success
The Alfalfa Breeze 5k Walk/Bike/Run was held May
8th in Adin. Thank you EVERYONE who made
donations/pledges we were able to collect over
$800.00 for the Big Valley Pool. (above) Part of
the crowd to be thanked
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Fall River Library Let the Games Begin
Fall River Valley Library launches its “Let the
Games Begin!” summer reading program on June
21st. The library will host a range of free
activities for children that encourage and
support a love of reading while the children
participate in fun and challenging games.
Participants also can win prizes for reading
books throughout the summer.
There’s also a serious side to summer reading.
Research has shown that reading over the summer
prevents a loss in reading fluency. Studies also
indicate students who read recreationally
out-performed those who don’t. Students read
more when they can choose materials based on
their own interests,”
Registration continues through June 17th, 2016.
To learn more about the summer reading program,
at the library, call 336-6445.
Shelley Creek Rendevous Scheduled for this
The Shelly Creek Rendezvous, traditionally held
over the Memorial Day Weekend starts Friday, May
27 and ends Monday with the Awards Celebration
and a Memorial Day tribute.
The family friendly black powder rendezvous is
on the Shelly Creek site off Dee Knoch Road and
includes rifle trail, pistol trail, hawk and
knife, paper shoot, old Coot shoot, trade gun
long gong, fruit shoot and a cannon shoot that
takes place at 4 p.m. Sunday.
All money is used to benefit the Fort Crook
There are 1840 era primitive campsites for the
Prizes will be awarded to the event winners plus
the best era dressed man and woman and the most
authentic 1840’s campsite.
A Dutch oven breakfast will be available from 7
a.m. to 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday at a cost of
$9 each. The Dutch oven dinner is served from 5
to 7 p.m. and is $12 per person.
For more information call Ron Shannon at 336-
5046 or Jack Hart at 335- 2737. Preregistration