Archive - Nov 4, 2010
Glenn Clement Martin
Thirty-two year Mammoth and Crowley Lake resident Glenn Clement Martin died Oct. 21, 2010 at the Bishop Care Center. He was 61.
Glenn was born in Van Buren, Maine on Dec. 19, 1948.
He will be greatly missed by all those who knew and loved him, family and friends.
A Service of Remembrance for Portland, Ore. resident Maryellen Hancock will be held at 3 p.m. today, Thursday, Nov. 4, at Bateman Carroll Funeral Home, 520 W. Powell Blvd., in Gresham, Ore. Burial will take place at 10 a.m. Friday at Willamette National Cemetery in Portland.
Born May 28, 1918 in Bishop to John and Edythe (Dougherty) Watkins, Maryellen died Monday, Nov. 1, 2010. She was 92.
Frances Jane Falck
A graveside gathering to honor Frances Jane Falck will be held at noon Saturday, Nov. 6 at the East Line Street Cemetery in Bishop.
Born in Columbus, Ohio on May 22, 1918, Frances Jane died Oct. 29, 2010 in Eureka Springs, Ark. She was 92.
Almost 350 men, women and children from the Eastern Sierra and beyond gathered last weekend to show their moral and financial support for cancer victims far and wide.
A sea of pink â balloons, streamers, T-shirts, hats â greeted spectators and participants of Eastern Sierra Breast Cancer Allianceâs 10th Annual 5K Walk/10K Fun Run at the Bishop City Park on Saturday.
The feathers are still up in the air, but preliminary results show that chickens will be coming home to roost in the City of Bishop.
As of Wednesday morning, the Inyo County Elections Office said that Measure C, dubbed the âChicken Measure,â received 474 âYesâ votes over 338 âNoâ votes in Tuesdayâs election.
California voters elected Jerry Brown as governor, shot down the legalization of marijuana via Proposition 19 and voted against Proposition 21 that adds an $18 surcharge for vehicle licensing to help support state parks.
Inyo County residents, however, would have elected Meg Whitman as governor and defeated the vehicle licensing fees proposition.
In most cases, Inyo Countyâs election results differed from the state as a whole, with local residents favoring Republican candidates while the statewide majority of the votes going to Democratic candidates in most races.