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Archive - May 12, 2011

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Norma Wilson

May 12, 2011

Norma Wilson
1933-2011

Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 18 at the Bishop Methodist Church for Norma Wilson. The service will be followed by a potluck reception at Elks Park off of West Line Street in Bishop.
Born April 20, 1925, to Harold and Jenny Wyckoff of Ovid, N.Y., Norma died May 2, 2011.

Harriett Alice Steele

May 12, 2011

Harriett Alice Steele
1933-2010

Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 21 at the Big Pine Cemetery for Harriett Alice Steele, followed by a celebration of life at the home of Bob and Margie Steele on Flower Alley in Big Pine.
Born May 13, 1933 to Harold and Ruby Thomas in Silverton, Colo., Harriett died Nov. 24, 2010.

Alexander A. Kaders (Kochanski)

May 12, 2011

Alexander A. Kaders (Kochanski)
1929-2011

No funeral services have been announced for Alexander A. Kaders (Kochanski.)
Born April 16, 1918 in Chicago, Ill. to Alexander Kochanski and Veronica (Kazsuba) Kochanski, Alexander died peacefully at his home in Bishop on April 20, 2011. He was 93.
Alexander is now reunited with his wife in Heaven.

More cowbell coming to Tri-County Fair

May 12, 2011

Officials at the Tri-County Fair sought Tuesday to put an end to speculation about the 2011 headliner, announcing that none other than Blue Öyster Cult will be taking the stage on Friday night, Sept. 2.
“Tickets are not yet on sale for the fairtime concert, but many people have been asking who this year’s band would be,” said Fairgrounds CEO Jim Tatum. “We are so excited to bring back a classic rock concert and we hope everyone comes out to enjoy Blue Öyster Cult.”

Fiesta marks 10 years

May 12, 2011

In 2001, a group of local Lone Pine residents got together to discuss how they could bring their community together. Rather than having a Cinco de Mayo celebration, they decided to expand the concept to hold it the week afterward to include everyone in the community, celebrate Mother’s Day as well, and call it Fiesta de Lone Pine.

A new and improved hatchery

May 12, 2011

Nearly four years after the 55,000-acre Complex Fire of July 2007 nearly burnt the structure down and three years after heavy rainfall on the burnt areas sent a flood of mud and debris through the historic grounds, the Mt. Whitney Fish Hatchery is not only recovered but newly expanded.
Friends of Mt. Whitney Hatchery are inviting the public to celebrate the opening of the new Wildlife Interpretive Center at the hatchery this Saturday.
The fun starts at 6 p.m. with dinner, live music by Sandy and Clay Anderson and cowboy poetry by Duane Rossi.

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