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    The Intermountain News is published every Wednesday morning for the communities of Burney, Fall River Mills, McArthur, Round Mountain, Big Bend, Montgomery Creek, Johnson Park, Old Station, Hat Creek, Glenburn, Cassel, Nubieber, Bieber, Lookout, Adin, Dana, Little Valley, Pittville, Cayton Valley, and Pondosa. The newspaper is published by Cright Incorporated, 37095 Main St., Suite C, P.O. Box 1030, Burney, California 96013. Craig Harrington, president and publisher. This newspaper is judged a newspaper of general circulation under court decree #24204, filed April 27, 1959, and can accept legal advertising. USPS No. 266-560. Second class postage paid at Burney, California 96013.



    THIS WEEK IN THE NORTH STATE...

    Six young adults escaped serious injury New Years Day about 4:10 p.m. when the SUV they were traveling in left Highway 89 just south of Black Angus Lane in Hat Creek. The six were reportedly on their way back to Portland, Ore., having spent New Year's Eve at Lake Tahoe. The driver said he fell asleep with the cruise control set at 60 miles per hour. The vehicle left the highway, traveling down one embankment and then up another, missing several large pine trees, before wedging itself between two more trees. CLICK HERE to view video.

    The Fall River girls sustained their first defeat of the season, falling to the Weed Cougars, 44-40, in the Liberty Invitational championship game. Sarah Westlund scored a game high 26 points and went 4-for-4 from the free-throw line. The lady Bulldogs now sport a mark of 12-1 and will return to the court Jan. 9 hosting the Etna Lions to start Shasta Cascade League play. Photo by Richard Allan

    Fall River High School 2010 graduate and 2014 UC Davis graduate Taylor Sloat signed a three-year futures contract with the Tampa Bay Buccanners on Monday, which opens the door in April for him to try out once again for the team. "If he makes the team, the contract will stay in effect and it will be honored for the full amount," said his mother, Kelly Freeland-Sloat, vice principal at Fall River High School. "It's pretty exciting, but as we know, this is a big business and it's hard to be sure of anything."

    The lady Bulldogs defeated Trinity, 50-33, Tuesday in the second day of action at the Liberty Christian Invitational. Sarah Westlund poured in 17 points, Amy Brown scored 12 and Megan Gallion had nine. Fall River will face the Weed Cougars in the championship game today at 5:30 p.m. Photo by Richard Allan

    The lady Bulldogs defeated Hayfork, 41-33, in the opener of the 30th annual Liberty Christian Classic Invitational. Amy Brown led Fall River with 12 points; Megan Gallion (pictured above) and Sarah Westland scored eight points each. Fall River will face the Trinity Wolves Tuesday at 4 p.m. with the winner advancing to the championship game. Photo by Richard Allan



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