Archive - 2013
Lorrie Lee Vaughn (Bumgarner)
Lorrie was born Sept. 23, 1967 in Lone Pine. She passed away Aug. 15, 2013 at Renown Medical Center in Reno. She was 45 years old.
Lorrie was a kind-hearted, giving, humorous, intelligent person who loved to read and watch television cooking shows. She graduated Bishop Union High School in 1985. She had a talent for drawing and had the voice of an angel when she sang. Lorrie could remember the words to every song she had ever heard.
Tommy Miller was known as a fun loving man who lived life to the fullest. His laughter was contagious and humorous nature made him one of a kind. He had many stories to tell and the time shared with him was always memorable. He touched a lot of hearts and had many friends, he was a loving son, father, grandpa, brother, cousin and uncle, a proud man who will be dearly missed.
Mr. Freeman Frisco Love
Longtime resident and barber of Bishop passed quietly in Idaho, Friday, Aug. 16, 2013 surrounded by his daughter, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Mr. Love is survived by his daughter, Deanna Smith; three grandchildren, Jessie (Robin) and husband, Steve Adams, Ivan Smith and wife, Jerrilene and Kevin Smith and wife Jill; seven great-grandchildren, Frisco Adams, Trustin Adams, Samantha Adams, Lauren Smith, Maxton Smith, Ivy Jene Smith and Charilyn; one sister, Ada Jo Tarver; and several nieces and nephews.
When a team loses its season opener, the initial response is to look at the what-ifs. What if Whittier Christian kicker, Derek Bush, hadnât made 4 field goals, and the score would have been 29-20 instead of 41-20, a much more palatable points spread. There are probably a dozen more âwhat-ifsâ to be analyzed, but itâs all fairly pointless. The Bishop Broncos lost to the very strong, seasoned Heralds Friday night.
Change some of the names and numbers and the Lone Pine Golden Eagles season opener against the Mineral County Serpents would sound a whole lot like the Broncos football opener against the Heralds. The Eagles fell 56-30 to the Serpents, but there is cause for hope in south county.
A 60-year-old Southern California man fell to his death Sunday afternoon after summiting Mt. Whitney, the tallest peak in the Lower 48 states.
According to a press release from Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Torrance resident Yukio Kato was on his way back to the Whitney Portal Trailhead from the 14,497-foot summit and was about a mile down the trail at an elevation of about 13,500 feet when he fell an estimated 200 feet off a cliff.
Chef Darin Harding mixes a dozen years of sous chef experience with fresh, organic ingredients and liberal pinches of love to serve up original culinary creations at his new Bishop bistro.
Since Sage Restaurant opened on Aug. 1 at 621 W. Line St., customers have been enjoying inventive âcontinental fine dining,â said Harding, a former Convict Lake Restaurant chef. âYou can dress up or down; the emphasis is on the food.â
A pot farm in the wilderness west of Lone Pine has led investigators to a meth lab in Southern California.
Agents from the Inyo Narcotics Enforcement Team and U.S. Forest Service served multiple search warrants in Southern California as part of their investigation into the Hogback Creek marijuana cultivation site in Inyo County that was raided last week.
While storm activity has spared the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada for the past week, Owens Valley residents remain impacted by smoke from wildland fires raging on the western slopes.
Between the Windy Peak Fire 21 miles west of Aberdeen and the Fish Fire burning towards the Golden Trout Wilderness Area, Great Basin Air Pollution Control District declared an âunhealthy for sensitive groupâ advisory at Owens Lake and a âmoderateâ advisory in Bishop on Saturday. By Sunday, south winds had cleared out the Bishop area but a haze remained in the north end of the valley Monday morning.