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June 16th, 2014

James David Boling

June 16, 2014

James David Boling
1950-2014

James (Jimmy) David Boling died at his home in Big Pine on May 27, 2014. Jimmy, who was also known by many as “Bones,” was born on Oct. 22, 1950 in Pomona to James Harvey and Mary Katherine Boling. Jimmy, his older sister and three younger siblings moved to Aberdeen Resort with his mother and stepfather, Warren, and Mary Katherine Mann in 1963. Jimmy attended school in both Big Pine and Independence, graduating from Owens Valley High School in 1969. Jimmy lived most of his life in the Owens Valley and worked for the County of Inyo for a total of 18 years.

Inderbieten on her way to Nationals

June 16, 2014

The final night of the California High School Rodeo Association Finals was a good one for local barrel racer Kayla Inderbieten.
The sophomore at Bishop High School came in with a strong second place finish after two gos, qualifying for the short go at the Tri-County Fairgrounds’ Mike Boothe Arena. There was a strong local contingent in the stands cheering her on as she entered the stadium for the final run.

Hiker missing on Mt. Whitney

June 16, 2014

A search is currently underway for a missing hiker last seen returning from a summit of Mt. Whitney on Saturday.
The Inyo County Sheriff’s Office was notified Sunday afternoon that 60-year-old John Likely from Dumont, N.J. had been separated from his hiking group and hadn’t been seen since Saturday.

June 13th

Tight Lines: Fishing places and partners

June 13, 2014

It’s time to wrap up my list of fishing waters I want to explore during this season.
Making memories with fishing partners is a big part of fishing. Most of the time we fish in solitude, to be shared on the walk back to the vehicle or on the ride home.
Saddle Bag Creek reminds me of the small creeks in Southern California where I learned to fly fish.

Libraries, museum in county ‘creative budget’ crosshairs

June 13, 2014

Local leaders will meet at 1:15 p.m. Tuesday to discuss service redesign for the Inyo County Library System and the Museum Services Department.
Among proposals on the table are options to combine the Library and Museum Services Director positions for a cost savings of $147,000, and a separate proposal to increase the Library budget by $167,000.
The Board of Supervisors is scheduled to discuss five separate proposals on Tuesday. However, it is not scheduled to make a decision on any of them.

City boss candidates undergo background checks

June 13, 2014

Bishop’s City Council is expected to select a new administrative officer by the end of the month.
Concluding a final interview with one of the top two candidates for the position earlier this week, the council has directed background checks be conducted on both individuals.
According to current City Administrator Keith Caldwell, who is resigning in September to relocate back to Georgia, the background checks could take several weeks.
“Hopefully the process will be complete by the end of June,” he said in an email sent out Monday after the council’s closed session interview.

Electric car maker making moves beneficial to Eastern Sierra

June 13, 2014

An unprecedented move by one of the auto industry’s fringe players this week could have trickle-down benefits for the Eastern Sierra.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk announced in a blog post Thursday that his company would be abandoning its patents in order to share the technology with competing manufacturers such as Audi, Toyota, Ford and General Motors.

Future of Tecopa Hot Springs in question

June 13, 2014

Faced with a concessionaire contract set to expire by the end of the year and dilapidated infrastructure, local leaders have some tough choices to make regarding the Tecopa Hot Springs.
On Oct. 1 of this year, the contract with CLM Services Corporation, which operates the Tecopa Hot Springs and campgrounds, will expire. CLM has no plans to renew its contract with the county, leaving local leaders with the choice of seeking a new concessionaire, taking on operations at the hot springs itself, or closing the area altogether.

June 12th

Gloria Jean Cline Brown

June 12, 2014

Gloria Jean Cline Brown
1951-2014

On May 30, 2014 Gloria passed away in her sleep Friday morning at her son’s home. She was born in Schurz, Nev, on April 18, 1951.
Gloria, also known as G-girl, was a lifetime resident of Bishop.
She had four sons, Victor, Brian, Kevin and Preston Brown; she also had two grandchildren, Sydney and Naomi Brown; father, Lamar Cline; mother, Alberta McCann; sister, Ernestine Bob; daughter, Christine Bob and her daughter Tamara; cousin, Veltha Henry; nephews, Lional and Rodrick and many nieces and nephews. She will be missed.

June 11th

It’s official: Totheroh wins District 1

June 11, 2014

A hand count of ballots cast in the race for District 1 Supervisor has been completed and the unofficial count held true. Dan Totheroh will take his seat on the Inyo County Board of Supervisors this coming January.
The race for District 1 County Supervisor was the only contested race in the county in the June 3 Primary, and voters gave Totheroh the votes he needed to take the win without heading back to the polls in November.

Summary and Trail Report Highs in the 70s and lows in the 40s and 50s with afternoon cloud cover...
The following are the last of the Bishop results from the June 20-22 Bishop Invitational Swim Meet...
Bishop barrel racer Kayla Inderbieten finished her first go at the National High School Rodeo...

 

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