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Bishop Mule Days Parade information

– Press release Mule Days transforms Bishop, California into a down-home celebration of Western heritage every Memorial Day weekend. Bishop takes great pride in hosting the Mule Days Parade, one of the longest-running non-motorized parades in the country. This year’s parade takes place Saturday, May 23rd at 10 a.m. Marching bands, honored guests and community youth organizations […]

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MLPD responds to kidnapping, extortion scam

– Press release from the Mammoth Lakes Police Department On Tuesday May 19, 2015 Mammoth Lakes Police were contacted regarding a possible kidnapping. The reporting party, a local Mammoth Lakes resident, told police that he had just received a call on his cell phone. The suspect stated that he had kidnapped his son and would […]

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More on upcoming water restrictions

By Deb Murphy Very real water restrictions are heading toward a water purveyor near you. Since Governor Jerry Brown’s first declaration of a drought emergency, layers of restrictions have been building up as the calendar ticks toward the June 1 start-date for monitoring by water suppliers. The conservation goal was upped to 25 percent, compared […]

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Mammoth Museum, Mono Basin History Museum opening for season

WHAT: Season opening of the Mammoth Museum at the Hayden Cabin WHERE: 5489 Sherwin Creek Road, Mammoth Lakes WHEN: Saturday, May 23, 2015, 10:00 a.m. TIME: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. daily Memorial weekend through the end of September annually COST: FREE – $2.00 donation suggested & memberships encouraged. CONTACT INFO: (760) 934-6918 www.mammothmuseum.org Facebook: […]

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Bishop water customers cut use

– Press release from the City of Bishop City of Bishop water customers used 20% less water in April 2015 compared to April 2013. Because of the drought, the state requires potable water users to use 25% less water in 2015 compared to 2013. Last summer, the State of California required that the City of […]

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MOU partners meet

The Memorandum of Understanding partners met last Thursday in an effort to re-allocate what little water there is to keep area ranchers’ in business. According to Inyo County Water Department Director Bob Harrington, the meeting resulted in a potential 4,000-5,000 acre-feet of water that could be added to the 16,500 acre-feet scheduled for irrigation this […]

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Hank Truxillo (left) a self-described casual biker offers cycle safety suggestions to Bishop Public Works Director Dave Grah during Monday afternoons Active Transportation project session.

Bishop working Active Transportation Program

By Deb Murphy Katie Larson kick-started the discussion of bike safety in Bishop at Monday’s City Council meeting, describing her unnerving trip down Line Street on her way to work in the mornings. “Bishop is bike-unfriendly,” she said during the Council’s public comment period. The City and Public Works Director Dave Grah have started the […]

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Warren Street Improvement update

City of Bishop press release May 15, 2015 Over Mule Days, a break is expected in the final work on the City of Bishop Warren Street Improvement project. This week, work on the project has concentrated on sidewalk construction on the east side of South Warren between Line and Lagoon. This sidewalk construction is expected […]

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Aubrey Hart, Lo-Inyo, and Naiya Warren, Owens Valley School, home from the California Spelling Bee

Hart, Warren enjoy spelling competition

By Deb Murphy Two Inyo County students proved that the brain trumps Spell Check when it comes to Spelling Bees. Aubrey Hart and Naiya Warren, eighth-graders at Lo-Inyo and Owens Valley, respectively, scored the top spots in their grade level at the Inyo County Bee and hit the road to San Rafael May 2 for […]

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Lynda Salcido interim Mono CAO – again

– Press release Mono County, Calif. – On Tuesday, May 12th, the Mono County Board of Supervisors announced its selection of Lynda Salcido to serve as Interim County Administrator, effective when current County Administrator Jim Leddy leaves the post later this month. Leddy informed Mono County in April that he would be leaving his position […]

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Mammoth track and field athletes at DML Finals

Mammoth competed at the DML Finals at Knight High School in Palmdale on Wednesday, May 6th. “We have a small team but everyone made it to DML Finals this year which was fantastic,” Mammoth coach Rita Kirkeby said. “Conditions were a bit challenging at Finals with wind gusts up to 45mph, thank you to all […]

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