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January 4th, 2011

David S. Scott

January 4, 2011

David S. Scott
1925-2010

A celebration of live will be held at 2 p.m. Jan. 15 at the community center in Dyer, Nev. for Big Pine native David S. Scott.
Born Nov. 1, 1925 in Big Pine, David died Dec. 10, 2010 at the Bishop Care Center. He was 85.
David was a resident of Dyer for 26 years.
He and his wife Lucille were married for 64 years.
David was well loved and respected by his community.

City’s newest leader keeping close eye on budget in 2011

January 4, 2011

Keeping with the City of Bishop’s motto, “100 Years of Service,” new City Administrator Jim Southworth said he plans on making sure those services, such as public safety and infrastructure improvements, are still available through the dark financial days that lie ahead.
Southworth, who has more than 30 years of administration under his belt, said in a recent interview that he will try and maintain the economically conservative nature of the city’s administration, while recognizing room for growth and meeting generational expectations.

Arson suspect wins appeal of court order

January 4, 2011

Self-confessed Schulman Grove Visitors Center arsonist John Thomas Christiana is preparing to serve as his own counsel in Inyo County Superior Court.
Christiana recently appealed court orders that he is incompetent to stand trial and that he be subject to involuntarily administration of anti-psychotic medication. On Dec. 10, the court rejected the first contention but reversed the order authorizing the medication. There is no word of when Christiana will be standing trial.

Grant to help fund new project at Manzanar

January 4, 2011

Manzanar National Historic Site is preparing to open a new interpretive exhibit and to conduct more interviews with former internees, camp staff and local residents.
Paying for the new features at the historic site is the Friends of Manzanar, which recently received $58,833 in grant money from the National Park Service.
According to Manzanar Chief of Interpretation Alisa Lynch, staff will utilize the grant money to review archives and find information to put on display at the newly refurbished mess hall.

Kathy Yeager

January 4, 2011

Kathy Yeager
1949-2010

A celebration of life for Kathy Yeager will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 8 at the Boulder Creek RV Resort in Lone Pine.
Born Dec. 17, 1949, Kathy Yeager, 61, of Independence, died Saturday, Dec. 25, 2010.
Sadly, she is joined in death by her much loved sister, Beverly Reilly. Kathy was not only a great mother, grandmother, sister and aunt, but such a dear friend to so many.

Beverly Jean Reilly

January 4, 2011

Beverly Jean Reilly
1946-2010

A celebration of life for Beverly Reilly will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 8 at the Boulder Creek RV Resort in Lone Pine.
Beverly Jean Reilly, 64, of Lone Pine, died Saturday, Dec. 25, 2010.
Beverly was born Dec. 21, 1946 in Pasadena and raised in the Owens Valley.

From the heart

January 4, 2011

In remembrance, and as a possible inspiration for others to donate, fellow quilter and friend of the sisters Cathryn Cotler of Smith Valley, Nev. has donated a quilt to the cause. The winner of the quilt will be chosen at random from those who have donated to the Jeff and Alie McKee Family Fund. That fund is set up at The Santa Lucia Bank, P.O. Box 6047, Atascadero CA 93423. The winner of the quilt will be chosen on Jan. 31. No tickets are being sold. The quilt measures 61 inches by 61 inches and is machine-pieced and machine-quilted.

December 28th, 2010

A quiet Christmas in Inyo

December 28, 2010

Sometimes no news is good news and the past holiday weekend was no exception.
Despite a record-setting snow storm, heavy traffic and bitter temperatures, Inyo County experienced what local first responders are calling a “quiet” holiday weekend. Law enforcement and fire departments had little if anything to report on Monday.

December 23rd

Airport an invaluable resource

December 23, 2010

For many local families, the Eastern Sierra Regional Airport played a silent but no less critical role in today’s Christmas celebrations.
This is particularly true, according to airport officials, if one or more presents unwrapped by happy loved ones this morning was purchased online earlier this month as part of holiday shopping meant to save both time and money.

Avoiding household fires this winter

December 23, 2010

With the cold temps comes the need for heat. With the heat should come vigilance by consumers in ensuring that the heat source is not compromised. An expert on the subject, Bishop Fire Chief Ray Seguine, recently offered a laundry list of safety tips to be fire and heat safe this winter season.

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