Archive - Feb 13, 2012
After losing to the Boron Bobcats in their last league game Friday night, the Lone Pine Eagles have at least one more shot on the basketball court.
Both the girls and boysâ€™ teams are on their way to the CIF playoffs: the Lady Eagles by virtue of a third-place finish in the Desert Mountain League; the Eagles, as an at-large school.
Bishop Lady Broncos Basketball
The Broncos, third in High Desert League at 6-4, head to San Bernardino to take on the Aquinas Falcons Thursday at 7 p.m. The Falcons ended the season with an 11-3 record, second in the Ambassador League.
The Falcons have two double-digit scorers: 5-foot-9 freshman Lindsey Ybarra and 5-foot-3 Corinna Smith. The Broncos have two as well in Shiloh Smith and Tamia Shoshone. But, Katelyne Lent and Brooke Callahan put up impressive numbers toward the end of the season.
Inyo Country is mourning the loss of one of its most inspiring residents and a pillar of the community.
Jill Kinmont Boothe, born Feb. 16, 1936, passed away from complications related to surgery Thursday, Feb. 9.
Boothe was born in Los Angles but grew up in Bishop, skiing and racing at Mammoth Mountain and earning herself a spot in the 1956 Winter Olympic Games. And even when that dream was cut short by a tragic accident, Boothe proved resilient and unstoppable â€“ carving out for herself a legacy of fearlessness, compassion, determination, generosity, success and gentle spirit.
Voters can expect major changes on the statewide political scene this election year as new legislation takes effect and the results of last yearâ€™s Census-related redistricting become more fully realized.
Impacts from the redrawn political districts throughout California â€“ affecting legislative representation in the state Senate and Assembly and U.S. House of Representatives â€“ will be seen as early as the June 5 Primary election, which will decide the frontrunners for the Nov. 6 General Election.
Residents who struggle with rodent problems in the spring and summer months in Inyo County now have a new resource that will teach them the best way to handle rats, rabbits, squirrels and other pests.
Peter Newman, a staff research associate with the University of California, was in Inyo County earlier this week setting up a digital learning center at the Agricultural Department to familiarize residents about the safest and most effective methods of dealing with rodent problems.