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Inyo’s Earth Day enigma unveiled: ‘Recyclescope’ named Gladys

Press release Murmurings and speculation about the mysterious “Recyclescope” have reached a fever pitch in the days leading up to Earth Day 2018, when the public will have the chance to not only feast its eyes on the as-yet unseen contraption but also interact with this one-of-a-kind, otherworldly work of art. The County will officially […]

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Convict Lake

Mono County gearing up for fishing season

Press release MONO COUNTY, Calif. – The 2018 Mono County trout fishing season officially kicks off on Saturday, April 28 this year and wraps up Nov. 15. Mono County is well known as an exceptional trout fishing destination, and the opening date has been dubbed “Fishmas” because it’s the most wonderful time of the year […]

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Kmart at Job Fair

Bishop job fair draws eager candidates

Press release The Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce recently teamed up with several local businesses to host a job fair designed to connect private and public sector employers with the best local candidates.   The event was held at the Bishop Union High School Tech Center on Saturday, April 7th and by all accounts, it was […]

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The Independence Dark Sky Park

By Deb Murphy The first known street light dates back to 9th or 10th century Arabia, the town of Cordoba to be exact. London Mayor Sir Henry Barton decreed the streets would be lit in 1417 and Ben Franklin is credited with candle-lit streets in Philadelphia in the 1700s. Like all good things, humans have […]

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Blue Ribbon Fun Run ‘an overwhelming success’

NIHD press release Seventy runners and walkers came together for the first-ever Blue Ribbon Fun Run & Walk on March 24. The Fun Run & Walk, a community effort designed to raise awareness about Colorectal Cancer while raising funds for the Eastern Sierra Cancer Alliance, surpassed organizers’ expectations. “To have such an overwhelming success with […]

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Job Fair at Fairgrounds on Saturday

Press release The Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with several local businesses to host a job fair on Saturday, April 7th. The event is designed to connect private and public sector employers with the best local candidates. The job fair will be held in the Tech Center at Bishop Union High School […]

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Trail Crest: The DeDeDecker family, father Paul, mother Mary, sisters Joan and Carol, after summiting Mt. Whitney in 1947. DeDecker Family Photo.

The DeDeckers: ‘Sage and Sierra’ this Saturday in Independence

Press release Joan DeDecker Busby and Carol DeDecker Wiens will sign copies of their recently released book, “Sage & Sierra, A Memoir: Growing Up In Owens Valley,” at the Eastern California Museum, 155 N. Grant Street, in Independence from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, April 7. The engaging work revolves around the girls’ “uncommon childhood” in […]

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Purple Indica

Inyo Supervisors update cannabis business costs

By Deb Murphy Potential cannabis business applicants now know how much the license application process will cost and what Inyo County’s application looks like. But, the application floodgates have not opened. Inyo/Mono Ag Commissioner Nate Reade stressed that point during a March 27 Board of Supervisors meeting. The Board approved a Life Scan background check […]

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Latest ESLT conservation easement – Sceirine Point Ranch

Press release BISHOP, CA –The Eastern Sierra Land Trust (ESLT) announces the completion of their largest conservation easement to date on Sceirine Point Ranch, showcasing how conservation and sustainable agriculture effectively work together. Owners Joe and David Sceirine have sold an agricultural conservation easement of 2,375 acres that will protect native grassland, the greater sage-grouse and mule deer, while allowing […]

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