Archive - Nov 13, 2013
Local leaders have approved the final, non-binding concept plans for the proposed county consolidated office building in Bishop.
On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors signed off on designs for a 41,944 square-foot building to house county Health and Human Services, Sheriffâ€™s Department facilities and other departments who have offices or work primarily in Bishop.
The Northern Inyo Hospital Board of Directors is in the process of completing its final interviews with candidates vying for the position of NIHâ€™s new chief operating officer.
In its search for a replacement for Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer John Halfen, who plans to retire in July 2014, the board of directors conducted the first of three final candidate interviews this past Monday evening. The candidate had spent the day meeting NIH staff and familiarizing himself with the facility, said board President Dr. John Ungersma.
The show must go on, but how? The Playhouse 395 â€śPirates of Penzance Jr.â€ť cast of young actors recently took a break from a dress rehearsal to reflect on the artistic process.
In the first 50 years of filmmaking in the U.S., posters were considered consumables. Theaters used them to market the next film, and after the run of the show, they were often stored away, unprotected from the ravages of time.
While film fans and historians have come to realize that these artifacts are part of this countryâ€™s cultural history, the understanding comes too late for many of the posters. They are in various stages of decomposition.
The Bishop Broncosâ€™ football first round CIF Central Section playoff game against the Chavez High School Titans will kick off at 6 p.m. tomorrow in Delano. The game will be broadcast on KBOV FM radio.
The Bishop Lady Broncos ran head long into a pride of tenacious, skilled volleyball Cougars from McFarland High Tuesday night.
The game was the first round of the CIF Central Section volleyball playoffs; Bishop lost 3-2.
â€śIt was a great match. We were just out-played,â€ť was coach Linda Frigerioâ€™s simple explanation.
â€śThey were a good team,â€ť she said. â€śWe were well-matched but I think we had better skills. They (the Cougars) have grit and tenacity and an unconventional style of play.â€ť
Late last month, Augie Hess was at his second home, the Bishop Country Club golf course, hole 8 to be exact. He teed off and watched his golf ball veer to the left, then arc toward the flag. He and his buddies went to the green to finish out the hole. Hess assumed his ball had flown over the green; nobody could find it until someone suggested, â€śLook in the hole.â€ť There it was, nestled in the cup like a little poached egg.