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The mysteries of “Sleuth”

“Sleuth,” which premiered at the Edison Theatre last Thursday is a Tony award winning play written by Anthony Shaffer in 1970 that takes place in the English manor of an eccentric mystery writer named Andrew Wyke. Wyke, who has a morbid obsession with both murder and games, invites his wife’s lover, Milo Tindle, over to […]

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‘Falana’ graduates, by Gaasch

The local chapter of  Guide Dogs for the Blind is Eastern Sierra Guide Puppies, and one of the local dogs has graduated as a guide. “Falana”, lovingly trained by puppy raiser Leigh Gaasch, was in a formal graduation ceremony at the Guide Dog campus in San Rafael earlier this month. Falana, a yellow lab, was presented […]

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Arianna Pope wins Inyo Speech Contest

- Press release Inyo County Superintendent of Schools is pleased to announce that Arianna Pope of Home Street Middle School won first place at the 62nd Annual Inyo County Speech Contest held on March 14th at Jill Kinmont Booth School and sponsored by Coldwell Banker. The second place winner was Grace Griego of Round Valley. […]

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ESWC Volunteer Orientation this Sunday

What role do volunteers play at Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care, our community’s wildlife rehabilitation facility? Learn all about volunteer opportunities by attending a free Orientation on Sunday, March 16 from 1-3 PM at ESWC’s Care Center at Keough’s Hot Springs. Call ESWC at 760-872-1487 to reserve a spot. Volunteers are vital to ESWC’s mission to […]

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Bishop’s Pine to Park Path

The City of Bishop Pine to Park Path project is expected to be constructed this spring. Recently, the city received federal approval to construct the almost $200,000 project. The project is funded by federal and state gas tax funds. The Pine to Park Path project will construct an approximate 1,000 foot long paved pedestrian and […]

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‘Shine on the Sierra’ Luminary Walk

Bishop Unified School District “Pennies for Patients” campaign to support the Leukemia Lymphoma Society is a two-week campaign culminating with the “Shine on the Sierra” Luminary Walk for Cancer Awareness at the Bishop High School track, Friday, March 14th. Registration begins at 6:15 pm where you may pick up your luminary bag for a $5 (or more) donation. […]

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Eastside Know How series continues

The second of the East Side Know How Series is set for Tuesday, Feb. 11, and due the popularity of the first event, some changes have been made for the next two. Last month’s turnout packed the bar at Rafters, so Sierra Nevada Resort and Spa General Manager Brent Truax has expanded the venue. To accommodate […]

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Mono Basin Historical Society meeting

- Press release The Log Cabin Mine will be the topic of Frank Cassidy’s program and video showing at the Monday, February 3rd meeting of the Mono Basin Historical Society, held at the Lee Vining Community Center. The documentary film, Mine to Mint, tells the story of the gold mine high on the hill above […]

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