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Search and Rescue going non-stop

October 13, 2011

This has, undoubtedly, been a busy season for search and rescue personnel.
In the past 12 days alone, Inyo County Search and Rescue responded to nine separate calls, from Sept. 28 to Oct. 9. From overdue hikers to a hiker who perished from suspected high altitude sickness, SAR has been beating the trails and assisting folks in the backcountry from Mt. Whitney to Bishop Pass.

Supes’ well field concerns linger

October 13, 2011

Inyo County signed off on a new draft pumping plan by Los Angeles Department of Water and Power that addresses concerns local officials had about potential over-pumping.
The LADWP released a draft pumping plan this spring that called for pumping levels in the Independence Blackrock area that the Board of Supervisors and Inyo County Water Department said were unacceptable.
In response, the LADWP presented a new, modified draft pumping plan that would reduce activity in the Independence Blackrock well field, but increase pumping at the Laws and Independence Oak well fields.

No longer ‘no girls allowed’

October 13, 2011

Consistently ranked as one of the nation’s toughest colleges to get into, Deep Springs has recently doubled its number of possible applicants.
The college, founded in 1917, will no longer have an all-male student body. After brief pilot and summer programs with coeducation, the trustees of the remote college/working ranch voted 10-2 in September to begin accepting female applicants.

William George Greenlee

October 13, 2011

William George Greenlee
1934-2011

William George Greenlee, 76, died Saturday, Sept. 10, 2011 in Medford, Ore.
Born in Los Angeles in 1934, Bill moved to Bishop with his mother, Elizabeth, his daddy, William and sister, Georgia in 1949.

Richard Kenneth Nelson

October 13, 2011

Richard Kenneth Nelson
1937-2011

Richard Kenneth Nelson, age 74, born in Lone Pine on June 15, 1937, died Oct. 2, 2011 in Spokane, Wash.
Richard was raised in Big Pine and resided in Bishop until the early 1970s, when he moved his family to Seeley Lake, Mont. Richard served in the U.S. Army in Germany during the Berlin Crisis. He loved the outdoors.

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