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Homeless by choice?

Third in a series By Deb Murphy “I never thought of myself as homeless until somebody told me,” said Steve Seats, recuperating at his Horton Creek camp site from a nasty rock climbing accident illustrated by x-rays of multiple foot fractures. Seats made a decision that a lot of us have toyed with: do we […]

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A look at being ‘Homeless in Inyo County’

By Deb Murphy A vehicle fire in the foothills recently took a good friend’s home. Yes, he lived in his compact motor home, so he was homeless by the conventional definition. A Vietnam vet, he is part of a small community within a community. He shared great stories, followed local news and gave pep talks […]

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The United Methodist Church does help with motel rooms, supplies and a soup kitchen.

Cold weather shelter needed

Next time you settle into a warm, cozy bed and heated house at night, think about the people who live in tents by the Bishop canal. As one story goes, one of the homeless made it through a below freezing night in three sleeping bags. One local organization that helps and wants to do more […]

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