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Humphrey

Bettie Rose Humphrey: 1949-2019

Bettie Rose Humphrey of Bishop, California passed away on May 17, 2019. Bettie was born on October 18, 1949 on the family farm in Paris, Arkansas to John and Betty (Hampton) Schouweiler. She was third of five children. Bettie was preceded in death by her parents and older bother John. She is survived by her […]

 
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Ron I. Barr: 1953-2019

Ron I. Barr: 1953-2019 Born February 19, 1953 to the late Ron Barr and Anita I. Barr and Grandmother Rose Williams of Fort Bidwell. Ron passed away on May 12, 2019 in Reno, NV at the Renown Hospital at the age of 66. He lived his entire life in Bishop as a son of the Paiute People […]

 
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Pearl Virginia Hartless: 1931-2019

Pearl Virginia Hartless: 1931- 2019 Our Dearest Pearl left us on May 12,2019, to be with our Lord. Pearl was a homemaker, wife, mother, sister, Grandmother, Great Grandmother. She loved fishing, family outings, cookouts and just being with family. She was originally from Missouri, move to Virginia where she met her husband of 70 years Tom. Moved […]

 
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Carl Pearce: 1935-2019

Carl Pearce was a cowboy, rodeo contestant, rancher, dude wrangler, horseman, chef, farmer, athlete, college graduate, soldier, aviator, coach, paratrooper, restaurateur, investment broker, Rotarian, insurance broker, family man, local philanthropist, cancer survivor, confidant, friend, father, husband, and self-made man. Carl was born in Portland, Oregon on March 15, 1935 and passed away May 15, 2019. […]

 
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Mule Days Parade – No chairs, etc. until the big day

Caltrans press release BISHOP—California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is again requiring the public to delay setting their lawn chairs along the parade route until the day of the parade. Chairs set out early may become a hazard, blow into the street, block access to businesses along the route and compromise safe passage for pedestrians on […]

 
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NIHD celebrating healthy team building

NIHD press release Northern Inyo Healthcare District is in the middle of a two-week celebration that highlights the shared values held by district employees. The celebration is born out of a blending of National Hospital Week, National Nurses Week, and a City of Bishop proclamation recognizing the contributions of all NIHD staff to the health […]

 
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Suzi Carter: 1959-2019

Suzi Carter, a lifelong Bishop resident lost her battle against breast cancer on May 12, 2019. After 4 ½ years of relentlessly and courageously fighting her battle with metastasized breast cancer she passed away peacefully at the Hoffman Hospice Home in Bakersfield surrounded by her loving family. Suzi was born in Bishop, California on May […]

 
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Johnnie Dale Oney: 1939-2019

Johnnie (John) Dale Oney passed away peacefully on Wednesday, May 8th, 2019 at his home, with family by his side, at the age of 79. He was born in Oney, Oklahoma on August 2, 1939, son of the late Ollie and Beulah Oney. Johnnie and his family moved to Ridgecrest, CA in 1946 and graduated […]

 
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Patricia (Pattie) Carole Miller: 1953-2019

Patricia (Pattie) Carole Miller, loving wife, mother, stepmother, sister, and grandmother, passed away unexpectedly March 12, 2019, she was 65. Pattie was born on May 12, 1953 in Detroit, Michigan to John and Dorothy Ellis. Soon after she was born, John moved his children to Garden Grove, California where he met Gena. John and Gena […]

 
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Proposed regulation changes loom over Fishmas 2019

By Deb Murphy The last weekend in April has historically been a merry time for Eastern Sierra anglers and local businesses. It’s Fishmas, the official opening of the fishing season. But a pall hangs over this year’s holiday as the California Department of Fish and Wildlife considers fishing regulation changes. Fishmas may be moved to […]

 
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