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INF seeks input on Mammoth Base Land Exchange

Press release The Inyo National Forest is seeking input for the proposed Mammoth Base Land Exchange. Under the proposed action, 30.6 acres of land would be transferred to the Mammoth Mountain Ski Area (MMSA). Twelve non-Federal parcels – totaling approximately 1,317.5 acres – would be transferred to the United States, to be managed by the […]

 
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Notes from Bishop City Council meeting

Former Inyo County associate planner Elaine Kabala was introduced at Monday’s Bishop City Council meeting as the new part-time associate planner/economic development coordinator. She will assume the planning duties of the soon-to-be-retired Gary Schley. Schley’s duties as building inspector will be carried out by a second Inyo County inspector with the City contributing $60,000 to […]

 
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Bar brawl, stabbing in Bishop

Bishop Police Department press release On August 20, 2016, at approximately 1:18 A.M., officers were dispatched to the 100 block of Main St. on a reported bar fight involving twenty subjects, with one possibly stabbed. Officers met with the bouncer, who had confiscated a knife and pointed out the potential suspect as he was walking […]

 
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Officials urge extra caution with schools back in session

Press release Today, Monday, August 22nd, the Bishop Unified Schools headed back into the classrooms for the 2016/2017 school year. The Bishop Police Department and the Bishop Unified School District would like to remind the public of this event and to remind drivers and parents to be safe everywhere, but especially near the schools. Traffic Jams: School will […]

 
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Mono officials warn of possible flooding, rock slides

Press release Thunderstorms are currently forecast for the Eastern Sierra over the next four days, with the highest probability of thunderstorms on Sunday and Monday. Such storms can cause flash flooding and rock slides in burn areas across the county. Residents, tourists and structures affected by recent fires are most at risk. Those affected should […]

 
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Mammoth doctor pleads guilty to federal charges

Press release MAMMOTH LAKES DOCTOR PLEADS GUILTY TO REMOVING ARCHEOLOGICAL RESOURCES FRESNO, Calif. — Jonathan Cornelius Bourne, 59, of Mammoth Lakes, pleaded guilty Monday to unauthorized transportation of archeological resources and unauthorized excavation, removal, damage, or defacement of archeological resources, Acting U.S. Attorney Phillip A. Talbert announced. On September 17, 2015, a federal grand jury […]

 
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Judge: Dawndee Rossy guilty on 91 counts

By Deb Murphy Guilty on 91 counts. Judge Philip Argento’s ruling on the Dawndee Rossy embezzlement trial wasn’t that dramatic Monday afternoon at the Independence Courthouse, but that was the gist. Rossy will self-surrender to the Independence jail August 29 by 2 p.m. Her next appearance in court will be October 20 when Argento will […]

 
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