Tag Archives | Bernadette Lovato


Lovato named Manzanar Superintendent

– Press release SAN FRANCISCO – Bernadette Lovato has been selected as the new superintendent for Manzanar National Historic Site in California. Lovato is currently the District Manager for the BLM Carson City District Office, overseeing 4.8 million acres in northwestern Nevada. She will begin her new position in June, replacing former superintendent Les Inafuku, […]

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Bishop Sunrise Rotary: new members and an invitation

Bishop Sunrise Rotary Welcomes Four New Members Spring is in the air and the global Rotary network of business and professional leaders is growing the local representation in our community. Through volunteer service, the women and men of Rotary build friendships and enlarge their circle of business and professional acquaintances. New member, Tawni Thompson was […]

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BLM asks for public help on petroglyph case

Still no arrests in the theft and vandalism of ancient petroglyphs near Bishop, and Bureau of Land Management officials still will not say exactly where the recovered petroglyphs are now and where they were found. Bernadette Lovato, BLM Field Office Manager in Bishop, said investigators continue to work on leads. She said because this is […]

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Stolen petroglyphs recovered

UPDATE:  2-1-13  BLM Field Office Manager Bernadette Lovato said that BLM “received anonymous information and we recovered the petroglyphs.” Bureau of Land Management investigators don’t want to say where or how, but they confirmed today that the petroglyph panels stolen from the major rock art site north of Bishop have been recovered and are in […]

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Fire restrictions start Monday, June 25

BLM Bishop Field Office & Inyo National Forest Announce Fire Restrictions   BISHOP, CA, June 22, 2012 – Effective Monday June 25, the Bureau of Land Management is implementing fire restrictions on all BLM-managed public lands within the Bishop Field Office boundary.  At the same time, the U.S. Forest Service is implementing fire restrictions on […]

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Citizen concern for wild mustangs

As  federal agencies planned to set up a meeting regarding the Montgomery Pass wild mustang herd in the new year, informed sources claimed to Sierra Wave that the local Department of Fish and Game might consider elimination, by paid hunters, of 30 to 40 wild mustangs in the area. Bruce Kinney, who heads up the […]

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