Archive - Jan 30, 2013
This week, the Bishop City Council was split on how to select its fifth member and fill the seat vacated by Jeff Griffiths when he took his position as Second District Inyo County Supervisor at the beginning of the year.
Ultimately, the council decided to appoint the fourth highest vote-getter from the November election, but that motion was only approved to avoid a special election.
Owens Valley Medicare and Medi-Cal recipients, which comprise at least half of Northern Inyo Hospitalâ€™s patients, can expect changes in the near future â€“ changes in the way their health care is managed and, consequently, provided.
Following federal mandate, NIH is in initial negotiations with Renown Health, a Reno-based Accountable Care Organization, which could result in reduced Medicare claims by initiating a new payment and managed care structure.
Tracy Edna Webster
Tracy Edna Webster, age 52, resident of Bishop for 35 years, born in Ridgecrest on Oct. 28, 1960, passed away Jan. 27, 2013 peacefully at home with family.
Tracy moved to the Owens Valley in 1978 where she met her husband of 30 years, Danny. Tracy worked as a dental assistant for 29 years. She was a loving mother and wife.
She is survived by husband, Danny; their children, Danielle (Cubby) and grandson, Rylan, and Brooke (Richard); parents, Earl and Edna Powers; and many nieces and nephews.