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April 16th, 2012

Ruth Alberta Perry

April 16, 2012

Ruth Alberta Perry
1918-2012

Ruth Alberta Perry, resident of Bishop for more than 60 years, born on July 21, 1918 in San Mateo, passed away March 31 at her residence in Idaho. She was 93 years old.
She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 69 years, Dwight Richard Perry.

Richard ‘Dick’ J. Gouin

April 16, 2012

Richard ‘Dick’ J. Gouin
1933-2012

Richard “Dick” J. Gouin, 78, of Bishop, passed away early Wednesday morning, April 11, 2012 at the Bishop Care Center. He was born in Woonsocket, R.I. on July 14, 1933.
He was the son of Wilfred T. and Albina M. (Sevigny) Gouin. He married Muriel Valiquette on Aug. 29, 1953. They relocated to Redondo Beach from Rhode Island in the mid-1950s and later on to Bishop in early 1964.

Big-rig wreck prompts U.S. 395 closure

April 16, 2012

A big-rig collision south of Division Creek on U.S. 395 early Thursday morning resulted in a hazardous materials spill and fire that burned through much of the day, resulting in the closure of U.S. 395.
The wild fire that resulted from the collision was initially doused by fire crews shortly after the crash, but reignited later in the afternoon and began to grow at a high rate of speed due to severe winds.
Fire crews feared for the safety of the community of Aberdeen, between Independence and Division Creek.

Meet the candidates

April 16, 2012

With the 2012 Presidential Primary rapidly approaching, voters are being encouraged to study up on the issues and the candidates in order to make informed decisions on June 5.
In the interest of helping voters in their decision-making, The Inyo Register recently invited all candidates for local and state office to share with readers a bit about themselves, their platforms and their positions.

April 12th

New film fest coming soon to Lone Pine

April 12, 2012

Lone Pine, home to one of the world’s 25 top film festivals, is welcoming a “new kid” to town.
The Beverly and Jim Rogers Museum of Lone Pine Film History will premier its first-ever competitive short film festival on Wednesday, April 25, with screenings lasting five days in the museum theater.
Tickets for the film showings are now on sale.
According to Museum Executive Director Chris Langley, the festival will feature short films (30 minutes or less) in five categories: narrative, documentary, animated, foreign and student.

Inyo closer to taking over senior services

April 12, 2012

Inyo County feels it can maintain the status quo for senior services in Inyo and Mono counties if it leaves the Inyo-Mono Area Agency on Aging and creates a new “Eastern Sierra Area Agency on Aging.”
The county took another step towards accomplishing that goal on Tuesday, when the Board of Supervisors approved a Proposal for Designation as the area agency on aging for Area 16, which includes both Inyo and Mono.

Colleen ‘Cokie’ Sue Hurd

April 12, 2012

Colleen ‘Cokie’ Sue Hurd
1946-2012

Robert Joseph Webster

April 12, 2012

Robert Joseph Webster
1936-2012

Robert Joseph Webster, 75, a resident of Bishop for 64 years, born in Denver, Colo. on April 20, 1936, passed away on April 7, 2012 in Bishop. Robert was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother, brother-in-law and a wonderful friend to all who knew him. He loved life in the Owens Valley.

April 10th

County to weigh new hires, senior services

April 10, 2012

Inyo County leaders will meet today to discuss creating a local Area Agency on Aging, public safety realignment and mandatory recycling laws that will be implemented this July.
The Board of Supervisors, which is scheduled to meet at 9 a.m. in the County Administrative Center in Independence, will also consider a number of new hires in the Public Works Department, Water Department, Probation Department and Health and Human Services Department.

Honoring Inyo’s behind-the-scenes lifesavers

April 10, 2012

Local leaders in the law enforcement community are taking time this week to recognize and thank their support staff who don’t always wear a badge or drive a squad car, but are none-the-less instrumental in serving and protecting the communities of the Eastern Sierra.
Each year, the second week in April is dedicated to the men and women who serve as public safety dispatchers.
Locally there are four dispatch centers: the Inyo County Sheriff’s Office, Bishop Police Department, CHP and the Owens Valley Interagency Dispatch.

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