May 10th, 2011
A graveside service was held May 6 at San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery in Gustine for Paul deHam.
Born Sept. 20, 1945 in Denver, Colo. to Fred and Juanita deHam, Paul died Thursday, April 28, 2011 in Viera, Fla., surrounded by his family.
Morris Sterling “Morrie” Loyd
Services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Inglewood Park Cemetery in Inglewood for Morris Sterling “Morrie” Loyd.
Born April 15, 1917 in Bolivar, Mo. to Charles R. Loyd and Maud Sterling Loyd, Morris died peacefully April 30, 2011 in Caldwell, Idaho. He was 94.
Donna Hardy Lake
A celebration of life is being planned for 6 p.m. Saturday, July 16 at Round Valley School for Donna Hardy Lake. A Facebook group has been created for remembrances at “Celebrate the Life of Donna Hardy Lake.”
Born July 17, 1933 in Torrance to Ruth McKisson and Herbert Hardy, Donna died at her home in Round Valley from complications of Alzheimer’s Disease on May 1, 2011. She was 77.
A celebration of life will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Valley Presbyterian Church on West Line Street in Bishop for Ygnacio Fimbres. Funeral Services were held in Minot, N.D.
Born Jan. 24, 1944 in Bishop, Ygnacio died April 20, 2011 in Minot. He was 67.
Ygnacio was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather who loved his family.
“He will forever be in our hearts,” the family said.
The City of Bishop wants to know how its citizens are getting around and plan on getting around in the 21st century. It is set to update its long term transportation plan and will hold an informational open house on May 12 to open the dialogue between the city and its citizens on mobility.
The Getting Around in Bishop Open House will be from 3-7 p.m. Thursday, May 12 at City Hall, 377 W. Line St.
Tim Reidâ€™s life has been a series of ups and downs. Today, heâ€™s in a pretty good place with his Bishop Broncos baseball team undefeated in league play and almost assured a spot in the CIF playoffs.
But, the Broncos Bullpen batting cages, a business he started last July, is in danger of closing. What he didnâ€™t figure on was the interminable slow period during the winter. Now heâ€™s in a hole and needs help.
The Bishop Lady Broncos softball team lost a tough game, 0-8, to the Kern Valley Lady Broncs Friday.
â€śYou have to score to win,â€ť said coach Stacy Van Nest. â€śUnfortunately, we couldnâ€™t get past second base.â€ť
Pitcher Megan Erwin, while on the mound, got hit hard by the ball in the fourth inning, but finished the game.
The Broncos fall to 3-5 in High Desert League, 9-10 overall.
The final two league games are on the road, at Rosamond today and Desert Thursday.
The first two innings of Friday afternoonâ€™s baseball match up between the Bishop Broncos and the Kern Valley Broncs were scary close.
Kern Valley jumped out to a 1-4 lead in the second inning. Bishop was plagued with weird errors until the third inning when the real Broncos nine took the field and a 5-4 lead.
â€śWe fielded 11 players Friday,â€ť said coach Tim Reid, â€śand every one made a huge contribution. It was a total team effort.â€ť
The verdict is in on murder suspect Louis LePlat. He has been found guilty of second-degree murder and found not guilty of murder in the first-degree. The state mandated sentence for the offense is 15 years to life. LePalt will be sentenced at 8:30 a.m. on May 27 in Ventura.
Case information from Ventura County Superior Court states the jury was reportedly â€śhungâ€ť on the first-degree murder charge the day before finding LePlat guilty of second-degree murder on April 29.
Its been a long time coming, but finally, some of the victims of day care provider Guadalupe Almaguer know what power â€“ and justice â€“ feel like.
Last Tuesday, Mono County Superior Court Judge Mark Magit sentenced former Mammoth day care provider â€śLupeâ€ť Almaguer, 58, to 60- years to life in prison, following his arrest in early October 2010 on suspicion of child sexual abuse.