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October 10th, 2011

Predictions call for another wet winter

October 10, 2011

Winter weather predictions for 2011 are not in line with historic models, indicating the Eastern Sierra could be in for another unusually wet winter this season and a snow line that could be as high as last year’s.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association has released a La Niña Advisory, as part of the El Niño Southern Oscillation Diagnostic Discussion issued by the Climate Prediction Center.
2010 was a La Niña weather pattern year and the 2011-12 winter season looks to be another La Niña year.

Community asked to unite against domestic violence

October 10, 2011

Perhaps a previously fashion-forward coworker has taken to wearing long-sleeved shirts and pants in warm weather. Or a once outgoing student has become withdrawn, sullen and even combative on the playground. Maybe a client shows up for a haircut appointment wearing a hat, underneath which there are clear signs clumps of her hair have been yanked from her scalp. Or perhaps there’s been constant yelling and sounds of things breaking from the apartment or house next door ever since that seemingly loving couple moved in.

Community asked to unite against domestic violence

October 10, 2011

Perhaps a previously fashion-forward coworker has taken to wearing long-sleeved shirts and pants in warm weather. Or a once outgoing student has become withdrawn, sullen and even combative on the playground. Maybe a client shows up for a haircut appointment wearing a hat, underneath which there are clear signs clumps of her hair have been yanked from her scalp. Or perhaps there’s been constant yelling and sounds of things breaking from the apartment or house next door ever since that seemingly loving couple moved in.

Community asked to unite against domestic violence

October 10, 2011

Perhaps a previously fashion-forward coworker has taken to wearing long-sleeved shirts and pants in warm weather. Or a once outgoing student has become withdrawn, sullen and even combative on the playground. Maybe a client shows up for a haircut appointment wearing a hat, underneath which there are clear signs clumps of her hair have been yanked from her scalp. Or perhaps there’s been constant yelling and sounds of things breaking from the apartment or house next door ever since that seemingly loving couple moved in.

Daniel Lee Bostrom

October 10, 2011

Daniel Lee Bostrom
1934-2011

Eldest child and only son to Al and Myrtle “Bink” Bostrom, born May 26, 1934, Daniel Lee Bostrom passed away at his home in Hillsboro, Ore, Sept. 22, 2011.
He is survived by his sister, Linda Marks and her husband Jim; Shawn Bostrom and her son, Jason; daughter, Cheri, her daughter, Heather and grandson, Bill; daughters, Tammy and Heidi and their children; daughter, Nicole and her boys, Dylan and Kevin; daughters, Danielle and Kimberly, and many cousins.

William Poole

October 10, 2011

William Poole
1952-2011

Bill Poole was born in San Gabriel on March 1, 1952, spent his childhood in Arcadia, and passed away peacefully on Oct. 1, 2011 at home in Woodbridge.

Howard Fred Little

October 10, 2011

Howard Fred Little
1934-2011

Howard Fred Little, age 76, resident of Bishop for 54 years, born in Los Angeles on Nov. 11, 1934, died Oct. 2, 2011 at Carson City, Nev.

October 7th

Fishing Report

October 7, 2011

LAKE SABRINA
Can’t seem to find the words to describe the scenery at Lake Sabrina. The yellows, oranges, reds, golds and greens, all so picturesque, and speaking of picturesque, there were plenty of photographers trying for that one perfect picture. In fact, we do believe there were more picture takers on the dam than fishermen. That might be due to the w-i-n-d that was with us all last weekend.
Those fishermen that did brave the w-i-n-d were rewarded by some great catching. Most good fishing is at the Inlets with nightcrawlers, PowerBait, jigs or WoollyBuggers bringing in the fish.

October 6th

Bradley E. Stevens

October 6, 2011

Bradley E. Stevens
1956-2011

Bradley Earl Stevens died Sept. 9, 2011, with family at his side. He was 54.
Bradley was a resident of Bend, Ore., but had been staying with family in Washougal, Wash. while undergoing cancer treatment.
He was born the fourth of six children on Dec. 9, 1956 in Glendale to Leslie and Ruby Stevens.
He was preceded in death by his father.

First responders in spotlight

October 6, 2011

This month and particularly this Saturday is being dedicated to appreciating first responders and law enforcement, as well as putting public safety in the spotlight.
October is National Fire Safety Month, the week of Oct. 9-15 is Fire Prevention Week and Saturday is being called Law Enforcement Appreciation Day by organizers in Bishop who have planned a weekend of fun at the Bishop City Park and at the Kmart store and parking lot.

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