SierraWave.net

Update on Eastern Sierra water issues

By Deb Murphy Last Thursday’s Technical Group meeting was one of the shortest and least adversarial so far this year as the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and Inyo County through its Water Department have grappled with Well 385 and the success, or not, of the department’s mitigation efforts at Five Bridges. The […]

 
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Recyclescope artists

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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Tammie Randall-Parker

Tammy Randall-Parker named INF Forest Supervisor

Press release The Inyo National Forest welcomes Tammy Randall-Parker as the Forest Supervisor, who will start in her new position on April 30. Randall-Parker has 27 years of experience with the U.S. Forest Service. Most recently, she has served as the Ouray District Ranger with the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison (GMUG) National Forests in Colorado. Tammy has […]

 
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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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Catherine Taft

Catherine Taft named to MLR Board of Directors

Mammoth Lakes, CA – Mammoth Lakes Recreation announced this week that it has appointed Catherine Taft to its Board of Directors.  Taft brings a wealth of expertise in the arts, and specializes in modern and contemporary art, experimental film and video, and critical theory. Currently the Deputy Director of LAXART, a nonprofit art exhibition space […]

 
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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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Mono Supervisors take up cause of water-less grazing leases

By Deb Murphy Ranchers, environmental groups, public agencies all showed up at Tuesday’s Mono County Board of Supervisors meeting looking for help in keeping 6,000 acres of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power grazing leases irrigated. The lands in Long and Little Round valleys have been irrigated for 150 years, before LADWP set foot […]

 
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SierraWave.net

Measure J falling short of required votes

IN EARLY COUNT, SOUTHERN INYO HEALTHCARE DISTRICT’S MEASURE J SHORT OF GOAL As of 8 p.m. Tuesday evening, the Southern Inyo Healthcare District’s Measure J had fallen short of the required two-thirds, plus one, vote count. With 918 votes counted, 494 were yes votes, 424, no. There were no additional updates early into this morning. […]

 
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Bonnie Zwart: 1926-2018

Celebration and Remembrance of “Our Bonnie” Zwart Bonnie Marie Zwart, Bishop, California, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother, daughter, sister and aunt joined loved ones passed before her on Saturday, March 24, 2018. Bonnie passed peacefully at Bishop Care Center from Parkinson related issues and was surrounded by family and close friends as well as […]

 
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