Archive - 2012
Lane Edward Hollis
Lane Edward Hollis; born in Barstow on Nov. 13, 1962. Lane spent most of his life in Bishop where he enjoyed camping, fishing, motorcycle riding and spending time with friends. Lane loved the outdoors. The last few years of Lane’s life, he enjoyed reading and sharing God’s word. Even though Lane didn’t have much, he felt he had “more than most” because he had Christ.
Leona ‘Onie’ May Moxley
Leona was born in Jamestown, Calif. to Joe and Ramona Mayginnes. Leona graduated from Yerington High School, Yerington, Nev.
Leona was a member of the Rainbow Girls and very active in 4-H, all while being very involved in a ranch/farming lifestyle.
Those who resolve to read more in the coming year can get a little help in the form of accountability thanks to the Inyo County Community Reads program.
Community Reads aims to encourage literacy by selecting one book for everyone in the county to read, from the school-aged to retired, and everyone in between.
This yearâs Community Reads Program is unique because Inyo and Mono counties are teaming up and have invited a celebrity author to speak about whatâs been called his empowering true story.
A bevy of new laws will go into effect in California in 2012. Several of the new laws address homosexual, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues while others deal with carrying a handgun, illegal immigration and Internet sales tax. In all, more than 750 new laws are slated to go into effect on Jan. 1 or July 1.
Through the generosity of volunteers and donors, the Bishop Senior Center offered up another Christmas dinner, its 23rd in a row, and set a record by serving more than 600 local residents â most of those meals being home deliveries. But, with budget cuts and the rising cost of food, this may be the last Christmas dinner the center can afford to offer.