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Update on Inyo’s Obsidian Project

By Deb Murphy Inyo County’s 21st Century Obsidian Project was born on a long road trip to the west side of the mountains. Kevin Carunchio and Brandon Shults, Chief Administrative Officer and Information Services Director, respectively, spent the time trying to figure out how to bring high speed internet access to all the small nooks […]

 
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BLM’s Larry Primosch earns top award

Press release WASHINGTON, D.C. – Yesterday the Secretary of the Interior presented the he Bureau of Land Management (BLM) with three 2016 Federal Customer Service Awards. The awards recognized the Recreation Mapping Project, work by the National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) and Larry R. Primosch for their outstanding professionalism and public service. Larry R. Primosch, […]

 
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Tom Rigney

Jazz is back in Mammoth Lakes this weekend

Press release Cajun Night by the Creek on Sunday, July 10th a special fundraising jazz event for the Southern Mono Historical Society featuring Tom Rigney & Flambeau! Tom Rigney has historically been the most well-attended performance at the Mammoth Lakes JazzJubilee, and we are all so excited they will be returning to Mammoth to perform. […]

 
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Farmers’ Markets in Bishop, Mammoth

Press release There are two Eastern Sierra Certified Farmers’ Market locations – Bishop Farmers’ Market is open Saturday’s June through October – 9:00 a.m. to noon and is located westerly of Hwy 395 on Church Street, directly behind City Hall. Mammoth Lakes Skip’s Outdoor Market is open Wednesday’s from July 1 through August/September – 4-7 […]

 
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Randy Van Tassell, Sue Lyndes, LeeAnn Rasmuson, Nicole Perry-Morley, Mike Gable, Robert Atlee, Dr. Leo Pisculli, DeEtte Johnston, Pat Nahin, Kay O’Brien, and Jody Cutler. Not Pictured: Maggie Kingsbury, Jack England and Manny Astorga.

Rotary Club of Bishop installs new officers

Press release The Rotary Club of Bishop has installation of new President, Board of Directors and Executives for their 2016 – 2017 year. Rotarian Randy Van Tassell inducted new President DeEtte Johnston and her incoming Board of Directors at the June 24th demotion dinner for outgoing President Sue Lyndes. The Rotary Club of Bishop, which […]

 
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From right to left:
Janet McCabe, EPA acting Assistant Administrator for the Office of Air and Radiation
Ted Shade, Retired Air Pollution Control Officer, 
Chris Lanane, Air Monitoring Specialist
Phillip L. Kiddoo, Air Pollution Control Officer
Grace Holder, Senior Scientist
Nik Barbieri, Director of Technical Services
Photo Credit: EPA

GBUAPD garners Clean Air Excellence Award from EPA

Press release The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded its 2016 Clean Air Excellence Award for Regulatory and Policy Innovations to the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District. EPA recognized the Great Basin for its historic achievement to control air pollution from the dried Owens Lake bed in California, the largest source of particulate air pollution […]

 
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Photo by Ed Nahin

Sue Lyndes, Bladimir Figueroa and Robert Atlee




Photo courtesy of Ed Nahin

Rotary Club of Bishop awards Grant Scholarship

Press release Bishop High School Senior, Bladimir Figueroa awarded a $3,500 Scholarship from Rotary District 5190 and The Rotary Club of Bishop. The Rotary Club of Bishop sponsored Bladimir Figueroa for application for a District Grant Scholarship. Bladimir went to Reno to be interviewed by the Rotary District Grant Scholarship committee for the $2500.00 scholarship. […]

 
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