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NIH Auxiliary’s Holiday Boutique at Birch St. Annex on Saturday

Northern Inyo Healthcare District’s Birch Street Annex is busily being transformed into something just shy of Santa’s Workshop – all in anticipation of the 2018 Northern Inyo Hospital Auxiliary’s annual Holiday Boutique. This year’s boutique is set for Saturday, Nov. 3, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. For the second year, the boutique will be held […]

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Kelli Huntsinger

Community discusses workplace safety

By Deb Murphy How can you tell the difference between frustration and rage? When do you call law enforcement and what can they do when they show up? How do you keep your own anger in check when you’re getting yelled at? These are some of the questions the recently formed Workplace Violence Taskforce has […]

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Stacy Corless

Mammoth, Mono officials weigh in on state props

By Deb Murphy Mammoth Brewery’s basement was packed with voters Monday evening, waiting to get some help with the list of state propositions on the November 6 ballot from Supervisors Stacy Corless and Jennifer Halferty and Mammoth Lakes Councilmember John Wentworth. Corless admitted up front they were not neutral in their analysis. The three honed […]

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LADWP headquarters

Mono County sends extensive grazing EIR comments

By Deb Murphy Mono County’s comments on the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s environmental analysis of de-watering ranch leases leave nothing on the table. Reviewing final edits to the 19-page document prepared by Bauer Planning and Environmental Services at Oct. 16 Board meeting, the Mono County Supervisors were delighted with the detail. Though […]

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Inyo residents enjoy ‘Coffee with a Cop’

By Charles James National Coffee with a Cop at McDonald’s in the Pink McDonald’s restaurants in Bishop and Lone Pine celebrated National Coffee with a Cop Day two weeks ago on Wednesday, October 3. Several dozen residents dropped in to visit with law enforcement officers representing the California Highway Patrol, the Bishop Police Department and […]

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BUSD board candidates engage in forum

By Deb Murphy Six candidates running for three seats on the Bishop Unified School District Board of Trustees faced their electorate Tuesday evening at the Bishop Sunrise Rotary hosted forum at Cerro Coso College. Depending on the outcome, the next Board may look a lot more like the student body. The format was similar to […]

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