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Let the sun shine! Visitor Center in Lone Pine turns on solar system

USFS press release The Inyo National Forest is pleased to announce that the solar photovoltaic (PV) system at the Eastern Sierra Visitor Center in Lone Pine was turned on in December. This system should meet nearly 100% of the facility’s electrical demand. “The solar photovoltaic system installation at the visitor center in Lone Pine exemplifies the Forest Service’s commitment […]

 
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Report from Bishop City Council meeting

By Deb Murphy BISHOP CITY COUNCIL HIGHLIGHTS Bishop’s City Council approved a letter to the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Commissioners offering strong recommendations on the department’s lease policies. Those recommendations closely mirror those in correspondence sent last month by Inyo’s Board of Supervisors, pointing out the discretion proprietary departments have in the […]

 
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‘Incident response’ vendors sought by Inyo National Forest

USFS press release The Inyo National Forest is conducting outreach to Eastern Sierra vendors, residents, and businesses who are interested in being available for incident response. Those who are interested will sign up and compete for emergency Incident Agreements that are open for solicitation in 2017. Currently, when wildfires or other incidents occur in the […]

 
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Blizzard warning for Eastern Sierra

Mono County Sheriff’s Office press release The Sierra is currently under a Blizzard Warning through Wednesday morning. Continuous snow is expected through Thursday, with a surge of heavy snow occurring this evening. Snow accumulations of 3-6 feet along the crest and 1-3 feet on Highway 395 are anticipated. Winds of 150 mph are expected on […]

 
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Op-ed: Let’s be respectful, decent and kind

By Kammi Foote Inyo County Registrar of Voters 2016 was an unusual and emotional election year. However, a Presidential election should not be what defines how we as Americans connect. We have faced greater years of turmoil, starting with our fight for independence, through world wars, Great Depression and 9/11. Through it all, our resiliency […]

 
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‘Squeeze My Cans’ this weekend in Mammoth Lakes

Press release Mammoth Lakes, Calif. – Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre (MLRT) and Artistic Director Shira Dubrovner announce the special limited engagement of “Squeeze My Cans.” This entertaining, engaging and enlightening story plays at the Edison Theatre for one weekend only,Jan. 14 and 15.  The Church of Scientology had actress Cathy Schenkelberg for 14 years of […]

 
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Justin James named pitching coach at UCSD

Press Release/UCSD: Justin James, 36, joined the University of California San Diego baseball staff as an assistant coach in January of 2017. The 2017 season is his first in the Triton dugout. Justin James, son of Charles and Sherrie James of Big Pine, makes the short trip over from his alma mater, Point Loma Nazarene University, […]

 
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Jim Giguere: 1960-2017

James “Jim” Giguere (56) passed away unexpectedly at his home this past week. Jim was born September 2, 1960 in San Diego CA where he resided until he entered into adulthood. Although he loved the ocean he needed a change of scenery moving to the mountains of Mammoth Lakes CA in the 80’s. Jim was […]

 
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Bishop tribal members file petition in federal court

Press release Bishop, CA- On December 27, 2016, tribal members of the Napoles and Williams families filed a Petition for Habeas Corpus in the U.S. District Court Eastern District, Fresno Division against Bishop Paiute Tribal Council and Tribal Court Judge Bill Kockenmeister. The Petition cites unlawful convictions and the detaining of the family (Petitioners) for […]

 
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Update: US 395 reopened

Press releases Bishop – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has reopened US Highway 395 from Lee Vining to the Nevada State Line which was closed due to flooding.  Also reopened is State Route 182 (Sweetwater Road) which was closed to thru traffic due to a rockslide. Chain controls are in effect throughout Mono County.  […]

 
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Flood watch remains in effect in Mammoth through Monday morning

Press release The Town of Mammoth Lakes is notifying all residents and visitors that a Flood Watch remains in effect through Monday, January 9, 2017. A significant Atmospheric River is bringing intense, torrential rainfall to Mammoth Lakes. Residents and visitors are advised to stay off the streets and in their homes or accommodations and away from, […]

 
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