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Raymond Denver

Denver arrested in Bishop on felony charges

  – Inyo County Sheriff’s Office press release Monday afternoon, July 7th, the Inyo County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 300-block of South Pa Ha Lane in Bishop to contact Raymond Denver, a 42-year old man, who was wanted for kidnapping, vandalism and battery. As the Sheriff’s Deputy and Tribal Police were approaching Denver, an […]

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High-speed chase ends in arrest

- CHP press release On Sunday, July, 6, 2014, at approximately 8:03 P.M., a California Highway Patrol (CHP) officer assigned to the CHP Mammoth Lakes Resident Post paired with a CHP sergeant, observed a red sport motorcycle traveling southbound on US-395 at Mammoth Yosemite Airport well in excess of 100 miles per hour (MPH). The officer […]

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Betty Tatum: 1922-2014

Betty Louise Tatum age 91 and a resident of Bishop her whole life, passed away on March 29 at the Bishop Care Center. Betty was a true Bishop native and always joked that she was born on Grove Street and would die on Elm Street. Her biggest joy in life was raising her three sons […]

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Robert Toth: 1932-2014

Robert Joseph Toth, 81, resident of Bishop for 51 years, born in Bridgeport, CT on September 5, 1932, passed away on March 28, 2014 at his residence in Bishop. Bob began his 32 year professional career with the Department of Fish & Game in 1960 as an associate fish pathologist and moved to Bishop shortly […]

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Digital 395 nears completion

The last cabling for the backbone of the Digital 395 project will go in next Thursday, according to Michael Ort of Praxis which is the builder of the project. Ort said after the final splice next week,  his crews will install cabling in Lone Pine and complete some community anchor hook-ups with final completion expected […]

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Wounded Warrior fundraiser at Carl’s Jr.

Wounded servicemen and servicewomen face a great many challenges on their return to the United States from deployment overseas in armed conflicts that seemingly have no end. Many suffer severe mental and debilitating physical injuries. There is also the trauma and difficulties faced by their families. In recognition of their service, sacrifice, and in support […]

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Tasty fundraiser for Home Street Middle School

 Bar-B-Q Bill’s and Home Street Middle School would like to invite you to dinner. The staff at HSMS is holding a “Car-B-Que” on Friday, October 4th from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm in the bus parking lot at the corner of Home Street and West Line. Tickets are on sale in the Main Office or […]

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LADWP special telecast Tuesday

Press release from the LADWP: The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) announced today that the live Owens Valley telecast of the October 1, 2013 Board of Commissioners meeting will begin at 11:30 a.m. with a special meeting. The special meeting is procedural in nature, and is being held to orient the four […]

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‘Eiger’ joins Eastern Sierra Guide Puppies

- Press release Eastern Sierra Guide Puppies, the local Guide Dogs for the Blind puppy raising club, welcomes its’ newest member – 11 week old black Labrador Retriever “Eiger”. “Eiger” is being co-raised by two Bishop couples; Marion and Nona Davis and puppy club leader Betsy Thomsen and her husband Peter. The Davis family has […]

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Bishop area man falls to death while hiking

  A multiagency search and rescue effort to locate Matthew Mooney, a 47 year old man from the Bishop area, concluded yesterday late afternoon when Mooney was located deceased.  Search and rescue (SAR) team members discovered Mooney in a chute above Tamarac Lake; he is believed to have fallen approximately 30 feet. SAR teams have […]

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