Thursday Night Businessmen
Week 23, Feb. 14
High Scratch Series: Ralph Wheeler, 595; Mike MacLaren, 580; Sam Frink, 570
High Scratch Game: Sam Frink, 214; Dan Harwood, 213; Ralph Wheeler, 210
High Handicap Series: Sam Frink, 615; Ralph Wheeler, 613; Mike MacLaren, 607
High Handicap Game: Dan Harwood, 230; Sam Frink, 229; Ralph Wheeler, 216
Senior League, Feb. 12
Men Scratch Series: Turner Jones, 484; Verlin Harwood, 473; Dony Morris, 414
Men Scratch Game: Ron Kasper, 178; Willard Waterhouse, 161; George Cassell, 141
Women Scratch Series: Lora Wheeler, 471; Judy Lorenz, 416; Sharon Workman, 405
Women Scratch Game: Sunny DeCastro, 167; Fay Patterson, 161; Sharon Eggleston, 127
Trinity Pool League
Tangle Blue V 170
Tangle Blue III 162
Tangle Blue II 153
New York I 148
Tangle Blue I 135
Diggins I 134
Diggins II 119
New York II 110
Tangle Blue IV 106
Moose I 91
STNF begins snow grooming
Winter has arrived and snow is beginning to accumulate at higher elevations of the forest providing a wonderful opportunity to enjoy winter sports and recreational activities on public lands. Forest employees have begun snow grooming operations on portions of the roughly 250 miles of established snowmobile trails connecting the Klamath, Modoc, and Shasta-Trinity national forests.
While these trails are groomed primarily for snowmobiles, they are also perfect for snowshoeing or cross country skiing. When encountering other user types on the trails, please maintain a safe distance and be respectful to other users.
These recreation areas do have limited plowed access points during the winter months and winter hazards may occur such as avalanches, falling trees, limbs or snow from the trees above. Private logging operations may occur during the week in some of these areas. Because of these safety considerations, the public is encouraged to “Know Before You Go” and contact the McCloud and Mt Shasta Ranger Districts in advance for specific warnings or closure information.
To learn more about winter recreation opportunities on the Shasta-Trinity National Forest and view a PDF version of the Tri-Forest Snowmobile map which highlights routes, warming huts and cell phone reception areas, visit https://goo.gl/VXHxJN.
To learn more about the area
services provided by the Mount
Shasta Avalanche Center visit www.
Forest seeks OHV comments
The Six Rivers National Forest, in coordination with Forest Service law enforcement staff, is seeking input on a grant proposal to the state’s Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Division to enhance and manage motorized recreation on National Forest System lands.
Public participation is a requirement of the grant process and an important part of the forest’s off-highway vehicle program.
Preliminary grant applications will be submitted to the OHMVR Division by March 4. The public will be able to review and comment on the preliminary applications submitted by the Six Rivers National Forest from March 5 to May 6, by visiting http://olga.ohv.parks.ca.gov/egrams_ohmvr/user/ReviewProjects.aspx and searching for Six Rivers National Forest under the Agency tab.