Archive - Jan 28, 2014
When it comes to catchy license plate slogans, Californiaâs plate is empty. Itâs devoid of any crumb of creativity, boosterism or even buffoonery. The stateâs car plates have no cool colors, no catchy slogans, no boasting, no bragging, no nothing. Just the word âCaliforniaâ and the DMV website. That bland combo canât compete with, say, New Mexicoâs bright yellow, art-accented âLand of Enchantment.â Or even the totally bogus boast, âSki Utah,â from a state with a mere sliver of mountains.
Lois Anna Broady
Born April 14, 1915 in Long Beach, Lois Anna (Smith) Broady died Tuesday, Jan. 14 at the Bishop Care Center. She was 98 and had lived in Big Pine for 87 years.
Her father, Frank W. âSkeetâ Smith, brought his family to Big Pine in 1926, where they happily fell into the country life of the Owens Valley. His wife, Lois Wells Smith, nurtured Lois and her sisters Eleanor and Dorothy into homemaking, gardening, art, music, community service and other talents like fishing, at which Lois excelled nearly her entire life.
Dr. Suzanne A. M. Stokes
Dr. Suzanne A. M. Stokes, beloved mother, grandmother of three, great-grandmother of seven, passed away Tuesday, January 14, 2014 from injuries suffered in a car accident.
Born Sept. 18, 1953 in Melrose, Mass., eight-year Bishop resident Stephen Johnson passed way at home with his family by his side on Jan. 20, 2014.
Tiana Leigh Hooper
Tiana Leigh Hooper was born on July 31,1987 in Bishop. She passed away Jan. 16, 2014 in Jackson Hole, Wyo.