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Diana Jean Laird: 1937-2019

It is with tremendous sorrow that we say goodbye to Diana Jean Laird, daughter, wife, mother, teacher; a truly genuine and gracious woman. Born February 8, 1937, Diana was the youngest of three girls in the Schacht family. Born in Redlands and raised throughout California, she went on to graduate from UC Santa Barbara with […]

 
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Bishop City Park gets weather station thanks to LADWP, High Sierra Energy Foundation grants

By Deb Murphy Thanks to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power grant funding to High Sierra Energy Foundation, Bishop residents will be able to get first-hand weather information, from barometric pressure to humidity to evaporation/transpiration and more—all helpful information for lawn and garden watering and fun facts for weather geeks. LADWP’s Community Partnership […]

 
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Kelly Gone From CAO Post

The City Of Bishop issued a cryptic press release yesterday announcing the the City and City Administrator David Kelly “mutually agreed to part ways.”    The release continued, “City Clerk Robin Picken will serve as the acting City Administrator while the City Council carefully evaluates how best to fill the City Administrator position on a […]

 
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Outbreak of opioid overdoses in the Eastern Sierra

Mono County Health Department news release By Dr. Tom Boo The last few weeks have seen a spike in the number of opioid overdoses in the Bishop and Mammoth Lakes areas. A Bishop police officer estimates there have been 6-8 overdoses in and around Bishop in the last few weeks, with two lives lost, while the Mammoth […]

 
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Earline Virginia Bronson: 1916-2019

EARLINE VIRGINIA BRONSON November 12, 1916 –  August 3, 2019 On the evening of August 3rd, Earline Virginia Bronson passed from this life into the arms of her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Earline passed away at age102, at home in the Bishop Care Center, accompanied by family members. Earline was born in Waterloo, Iowa […]

 
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Eastern Sierra Opioid Summit offers advice

By Deb Murphy One significant take-away from the two-day Eastern Sierra Opioid Summit held earlier this week: opioid addiction is not isolated to individual users, it’s a community problem. Sponsored by the Toiyabe Indian Health Project and a long list of area groups including Northern Inyo Hospital, the Summit brought together a varied panel of […]

 
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Frank Andrew Bleggi: 1937-2019

Beloved husband, father, father-in-law, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, brother-in-law, uncle and friend, Frank Andrew Bleggi, age 82 passed away on June 30, 2019 at Southern Inyo Care Center from Parkinson’s. The son of Charlie and Rose Bleggi, Frank was born on April 8, 1937 at Price City, Utah. As a child Frank lived in Mapleton, UT […]

 
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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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