Archive - Feb 20, 2012
Friends, family members and myriad admirers of Jill Kinmont Boothe are offering their final farewells this weekend to the woman whose actions, words and example inspired countless around the globe.
Born Feb. 16, 1936 to Bill Kinmont and June Haines Kinmont, Boothe passed away Feb. 9 at the age of 75 at Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center in Carson City, Nev.
City leaders this week backed a plan to help maintain public services while alleviating some of the workload on an understaffed Police Department â all at an expected cost savings to Bishop taxpayers.
Chief Chris Carter earned approval Monday from the City Council to create a new Police Service Technician position out of an existing dispatcher vacancy.
There is only a short time left to experience the extremely popular exhibit of photogravures of Native Americans by Edward S. Curtis at the Eastern California Museum. The last day the exhibit will be shown in its present form will be Wednesday, Feb. 29.
The museum is open all three days of the Presidentâs Day Weekend, which offers locals and visitors a good opportunity to view the Curtis exhibit.
Linda J. (Popp) Cranston
Linda J. (Popp) Cranston, born Aug. 8, 1944 passed on Feb. 15, 2012 from complications after surgery.
Linda was a loving mom, sister and grandmother. She enjoyed crocheting, knitting and family. She lived in California most of her life and about four years ago moved to New Hampshire to be near her daughter.
Mark A. Senechal
Mark A. Senechal, 46, of Genesee, passed away suddenly Friday, Jan. 27, 2012 in Pullman, Wash.
Mark was born Aug, 7, 1965 in Inglewood, to Jeannine and Leonard Senechal. He attended St. James Catholic School in Torrance until moving with his mother to Bishop in 1980, graduating from Bishop Union High School. Mark began his plastic mold career at Caltron in Bishop and later worked in Carson City, Nev.