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July 1st, 2014

Merwyn ‘Jim’ Paul Merrick Jr.

July 1, 2014

Merwyn ‘Jim’ Paul Merrick Jr.
1925-2014

Merwyn “Jim” Paul Merrick Jr. passed away Thursday, June 12 in his home of 58 years. It was just eight days after his 89th birthday.
He was an only child born June 4, 1925 in Los Angeles, at the Good Samaritan Hospital to Merywn Sr. and Margaret “Fern” Merrick.

Edwin ‘Rocky’ Curtis Rockwell Jr.

July 1, 2014

Edwin ‘Rocky’ Curtis Rockwell Jr.
1920-2014

Born Sept. 19, 1920 to Edwin “Ned” Curtis Rockwell and Jessie Guild Rockwell at the New York City Hospital. He lived there until the age of 2. The family then moved to Brandon, Vt. where Rocky would learn the joy of hiking, photography, and being a prankster. He spent countless hours in the woods hiking in the summer and skiing in the winter. He would always have a camera or two with him. After graduating from Brandon High School, he attended Kimball Union Academy for a year and then entered the University of Maine to study Forestry.

June A. Sauser

July 1, 2014

June A. Sauser
1920-2014

June A. Sauser passed away June 22, 2014 in Mammoth Lakes of natural causes. She was born July 24, 1920 in Burlington, Iowa.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Rudy; and brother, Leonard.

Joan Evans

July 1, 2014

Joan Evans
1934-2014

Joan Evans passed away on May 30, 2014, two months shy of her 80th birthday. The Lord took her home two weeks after a heart attack and bypass surgery. She spent her last moments at her daughter’s house in Reno, surrounded by her family and friends.
Joan was born on July 25, 1934 to Joseph and Pauline Mack and was married to Bill Evans for 60 years. Bill and Joan have four children, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, and were long-time residents of Bishop.

June 30th

Inyo ready to celebrate July 4

June 30, 2014

From Bishop to the county seat, residents and visitors will come together this Friday for community celebrations in honor of Independence Day.
In Independence, the Civic Club, Lions Club and other groups are teaming to host another of their famous day-long July 4 festivals.
Big Pine’s Volunteer Fire Department will once again host a variety of festivities that include exercise and lots of food. Farther north, the City of Bishop is also encouraging outdoor activities via its Big Day in the Park.
Following are details about each communities’ planned celebrations.

Library, museum managers might be safe

June 30, 2014

Looks like the Inyo County Free Library and Eastern California Museum might be allowed to continue operating with their two, respective managers in place.
The Inyo County Board of Supervisors is scheduled today to consider approval of a budget plan for the library that will create a library/museum assistant position and allow for staff flexibility between the two departments.

Read the full story in the Tuesday, July 1, 2014 edition of The Inyo Register.

Forest Service meeting draws concerns over multi-use

June 30, 2014

About 70 interested members of the public attended the Forest Plan workshop, including three Inyo County Supervisors, held from 5-8 p.m. June 19 at Cerro Coso Community College in Bishop. The purpose of the meeting was to review and comment on the Inyo Forest’s “Updated Need to Change” document.

Pollini named city’s ‘Citizen of the Quarter’

June 30, 2014

Bishop’s City Council recently acknowledged Joe Pollini’s decades of contribution to the community by awarding him the city’s Quarterly Citizen’s Award at the June 23 City Council meeting.
“He has a passion, an amazing commitment to sharing this area, not just with outsiders, but also with people who live here,” Councilmember Laura Smith said of Pollini. “He loves to see other people experience the grandeur and beauty here, all the Sierra has to offer.”

Read the full story in teh Tuesday, July 1, 2014 edition of The Inyo Register.

June 27th

Sending them on their way

June 27, 2014

Kayla Inderbieten, an incoming senior at Bishop Union High School, and Torrie Johnston, a recent BUHS graduate, have done themselves and the Eastern Sierra proud.
But outcompeting several hundred other rodeo contestants across the state for a chance at National High School Rodeo Association Finals was only the first hurdle to realizing their rodeo dreams.
Raising the funds to get to the big show in Wyoming is the second. As word of their need spreads through the community, donations are coming in from groups such as the Lions Club, Sunrise Rotary and Altrusa.

County rejects tax hike idea

June 27, 2014

County leaders decided Tuesday to tackle their financial issues with creative budget measures rather than placing the burden on tax payers.
They came to this conclusion in response to a request from the City of Bishop to consider raising the county Transaction Use Tax.
The Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed that a “tax and spend” policy would not be in the best interest of county residents in a time when county department heads have been tasked with trimming $1.06 million from the overall county budget.

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