Archive - Nov 18, 2010
Broncosâ€™ football coach Bill Egan is not taking this first CIF playoff game Friday against the Mojave Mustangs for granted.
â€śMojave is a good team,â€ť he said. â€śThey have a good coach, theyâ€™re well-prepared. It should be a much better game.â€ť Then again, Egan has anticipated â€śgood gamesâ€ť from Kern Valley, Rosamond and Desert.
Mojave and Bishop are not strangers. Mojave was part of the HDL until 2008. â€śI know the Mojave coach,â€ť Egan said, â€śand they know our program.â€ť
Miles Nevin Clair
Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Sierra Baptist Church in Independence for 52-year Independence resident Miles Nevin Clair. Burial will follow at the Independence Cemetery, followed by a potluck.
Born May 9, 1926, Miles died peacefully at home Nov. 15, 2010 surrounded by loved ones.
Miles is survived by his wife of 58 years, Jeane; son, Thomas; daughter, Dakota; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
Local tribal members are waiting to hear if the Bureau of Indian Affairs will certify an election from last week.
According to tribal members, friction between two factions of the Timbisha Shoshone Tribe, which has members spread throughout the country, has created a situation where two separate tribal elections are held each year.
In the past, the BIA has refused to certify either elections, telling tribal members that they must hold one consolidated election.
The seemingly tireless efforts of Superior Court Judge Dean Stout to build a better community have caught the attention of a statewide committee.
Currently the presiding judge of the Inyo County Juvenile Court, Stout has been appointed co-chair for the Judicial Council Advisory Committee on Family and Juvenile Law.
He was named â€śJuvenile Court Judge of the Yearâ€ť by the Juvenile Court Judges Association in 2006.
Before making any final decisions regarding the future of Owens Valley School, local leaders have decided to take a close look at the possibility of consolidating the Independence school district with another local school.
Owens Valley is facing lapsation, or closure, due to declining enrollment.
The Inyo County Committee on School District Organization, comprised of members of the Inyo County Board of Education, decided Tuesday to perform a unification study that will answer questions about staffing and funding a unified district.