Archive - Dec 2012
About one month after raising rates on tenants at the city-owned Sunrise Mobile Home Park in Bishop, elected officials voted last week to lower rates for some residents in the park.
Last Monday, the Bishop City Council unanimously voted (with Councilmember Jeff Griffiths absent) to lower rent by $25, from $250 to $225 a month, for Sunrise residents who own their own mobile homes.
The first-ever Miss Teen and Miss City of Bishop were crowned Friday evening at the inaugural City of Bishop Beauty Pageant at Whiskey Creek. Of the two contestants for Miss City of Bishop, and four contestants for Miss Teen Bishop, Kristina Blum (far right) was crowned Miss City of Bishop and Indica Morganstein (third from left) was crowned Miss Teen Bishop. Both Blum and Morganstein will represent the city at a number of community and out-of-the-area events throughout the year, starting with the Bishop Christmas Parade this weekend.
The past few days have been painfully quiet in terms of Owens Valley high school sports.
The Bishop Broncosâ€™ match-up with the Mojave Mustangs, scheduled for this past Friday, was cancelled when high winds closed U.S. 395 to high-profile vehicles, which included the Mustangsâ€™ bus.
The balance of area athletes were on the road honing their skills in tournament play.
Bishopâ€™s basketball squads are on the road to Mineral County today. The end of this week, both varsity teams will be participating in tournament action.