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Archive - Jul 10, 2013


07.12.2013 almost here

July 10, 2013

Will you be at work – repairing cars, patrolling local streets, preparing meals, selling supplies, landscaping yards, entering data into computers?
Will you be at home – cleaning out the garage, mowing the lawn, relaxing on the couch, playing in the pool, doing never-ending loads of laundry, reading in the hammock, painting the fence out back?
Will you be on the road – en route to a concert, a family reunion, a mother-daughter shopping trip or father-son camping/ffishing adventure, a doctor’s appointment, a rendezvous with a long-lost friend?

Sidewalk art to be woven into project

July 10, 2013

The multi-faceted Warren Street Improvement Project has an ongoing sidewalk art section which, if all goes according to plan, will be a continuous flow of related themes that celebrate the Eastern Sierra, past and present.
Artist Charles Milligan is working with the Warren project collaborators, Andy Holmes, owner of Triad/Holmes Associates and Matt Schober, Triad’s Warren Street engineer. “We’re doing a narrative for the street, a flow system for all six blocks, that incorporates many themes.”

County offers event, program grants

July 10, 2013

Local leaders are preparing to help fund fall activities for local residents and visitors through the bi-annual Community Project Sponsorship Program grant.
Inyo County is accepting grant applications from non-profit organizations planning programs, projects or events taking place from mid-August to Nov. 11, 2013. Applications are due at the end of this month.
The county has $20,000 worth of grant funding available in this cycle.

Big Pine Tribe launches farmers market, demo garden

July 10, 2013

The Big Pine Paiute Tribe of the Owens Valley’s newly-awarded sustainable food system grant is already sprouting a demonstration garden, farmers market and seed bank as well as fortifying a tool-lending shed and community garden greenhouse.

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