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    ABOUT THE NEWS
    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...

    Snowstorm to Blanket Interior West Christmas Eve, Christmas Day

    Unlike the storm this weekend, which will trend warmer, the storm that arrives on Tuesday will trend colder as it pushes inland on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Snowy travel is in store for a long stretch of the I-15 and I-25 corridors in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming on Christmas Day. The snowstorm is expected to cause travel problems for those in far northern California.



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