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Box 2367 .Julian, CA. ,,j iullan L Kids Menu 20% Off Monday - Thursday 3:00 until 6:00 PM Except Holidays 2722 Washington St. Julian, CA Come in early and save on selected menu items 7652265  Expiration Date: 2-28-2009 lullan Authentic Mexican Food Beer & Wine Available sa/Master Card Accepted & Pizza Ilrl-lln $onace for To-Ge Orders .rFoodavmaSrc .CarcksaCaau Sm  LaPtas(W Sctxn) OPEN 7 DAYS 1 ! :30a.m. - 8:30p.m. 760 765-1810 Coleman Creek Center - Julian. (2 Blocks Soulh of Main on Wnshinglon)  Wynola ITERTAIN MORE TIKAN GREAT PIZZA/ [ Sunday |hru 'lusday f'riday and Saturday [ Ham - 8d0pm IOo,tl r.dayl llam - 9:00pro [ (760) 765-1004 / 3 miles west of Julian on Hw/. 78/79 by Chris Richcreek 1. Name the last National League team to appear in the World Series two consecutive years. 2. The Pittsburgh Pirates tied a National League record in 2008 for most consecutive losing seasons (16). How close have they been to a winning season during that time span? 3. From 2001 through 2004, quarterbacks won The Associated Press NFL MVP award each year. Name three of them. 4. Tyler Hansbrough became the all-time leading scorer in University of North Carolina men's basketball history during the 2008-09 season. Whose mark did he topple? 5. Who is the wirmingest U.S.-bom coach in the history of the NHL? 6. Penn State women's volleyball team won its second consecutive NCAA championship in 2008. Name the school it beat in the finals both years. 7. Name the last American golfer to be the LPGA Tour's leading money winner for a season. Answers 1. The Atlanta Braves in 1995-96. 2. They were 79-83 in 1997. 3. Kurt Warner (2001), Rich Gannon (2002), Steve McNair (co-winner 2003) and Peyton Manning (co- winner 2003, 2004). 4. Phil Ford tallied 2,290 points during his Tar Heel career (1974- 78). 5. Peter Laviolette, who in 2008 surpassed John Tortorella's 239 career victories. 6. Stanford. 7. It was Betsy King in 1993. (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc. Backcountry Broadband continued from page 11 wireless signals along the 150- mile route through portions of Humboldt, Trinity, and Shasta Counties covering an area of about 1,000 square miles. The 11 communities of Glendale/ Blue Lake, Korbel, Willow Creek, Salyer, Big Bar/Big Flat/Del Loma, Junction City, Weaverville, Douglas City, Lewiston, French Gulch, and Burnt Ranch/Hawkins Bar/Trinity Village between the cities of Eureka and Redding will receive high-speed Internet broadband service for the first time. Broadband Associates' matching grant is for $7,830,720. AT&T's projects will provide broadband internet service for the first time to 482 unserved households covering 30.29 square miles of territory in four unserved areas: Alta/ Blue Canyon (Nevada/Placer Counties), Carmel Valley (Monterey County), Comptche (Mendocino County), and Warner Springs (San Diego County). AT&T will provide high-speed, stand alone, Internet access service, where technically feasible, using existing DSL technology and where it has wireline facilities. AT&T's projects will receive matching grants from CASF totaling $216,832. The applications approved today are the second set to be approved among the 23 applications received for CASF funding for unserved areas. The first set of projects was approved on November 21, 2008. Applications from broadband providers are still being accepted for both unserved and underserved areas. For more information the Governor's Broadband Taskforce, please visit www. Report.pdf. Delicious Family Style Country Food 7-Brealffast. 7-Lunch 7-Dinner Specials plus ourltcgulat#enu Open 7 - 7 6 Days A Week (closed Tuesday) Gateway To All of The Back- Country - Comer of 78 & 79 Ample Parking RV Trailer Motorcycle Please Call 76O 765 3495 Picnic 765 1. GEOGRAPHY: What U.S. state does the Kennebec River flow through? 2. FAMOUS QUOTATIONS: Who once said, "There's no trick to being a humorist when you have the whole government working for you"? 3. MOVIES: In which movie was the following line uttered and by which character? "Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life, son." 4. ANATOMY: What human gland produces growth hormones? 5. MUSIC: In musical notation, what does the direction "mezzo" mean? 6. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: Of the seven deadly sins, which one is missing from this list - avarice, envy, gluttony, lust, sloth and wrath? 7. ENTERTAINERS: What was comedian Jackie Gleason's famous parting line? 8. LANGUAGE: How would you describe someone who is "garrulous"? 9. TELEVISION: Cult favorite "Twin Peaks" was set and filmed in which U.S. state? 10. TRANSPORTATION: Where might you ride a "vaporetto"? Answers 1. Maine 2. Will Rogers 3. "Animal House" (Dean Wormer) 4. Pituitary 5. Middle or moderate 6. Pride 7. "And away we go ..." 8. Talkative or chatty 9. Washington 10. Venice, Italy. A vaporetto is a motorboat used for transport in the canals. (c) 2008 King Features Synd., Inc. He who has a thousand friends has not a friend to spare, and he who has one enemy will meet him everywhere. - Ralph Waldo Emerson