Archive - Nov 30, 2010
Southern Inyoâ€™s flurry of filming projects continues, with Ford Motor Company shooting yet another commercial in the Alabama Hills and Lone Pine recently.
According to Inyo Film Commissioner Chris Langley, the star of the Nov. 14-15 shoot was not the three new Ford prototypes that could not be photographed, but rather two trained bears.
Donna Marie Graves
Graveside memorial services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the East Line Street Cemetery for longtime Bishop resident Donna Marie Graves. Pastor Ron Sargent of Bishop Christian Center will officiate.
Born in Nevada City on March 27, 1955, Donna died Nov. 21, 2010 in Bishop. She was 55.
Donna was admired and respected at work. She was a loving, caring and giving person. The world is a sadder place for having lost this beautiful person.
The Bureau of Land Management is proposing to erect five weather towers to assess the viability of wind power on approximately 20,000 acres in Southern Inyo.
If the lands prove worthy of supporting a commercial wind power project, Colorado-based RES Americas Development, Incorporated would be the interested applicant.
Several local businesses, organizations, clubs and residents are offering hot meals and other food donations to ensure nobody in the community has to go without this holiday season.
In Lone Pine, residents have two holiday meal options this week, depending on their age.
Residents can head over to VFW Post No. 8036 for its annual, free community dinner. The Ladies Auxiliary will be serving Thanksgiving dinner from 2-6 p.m., and all are invited to attend.