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October 14th

Eagles sweep Vasquez

October 14, 2013

The Lone Pine Lady Golden Eagles volleyball team kept Friday night exciting on home court. Faced with the CIF number nine Vasquez Mustangs, the Eagles swept in three close games.
“We put together a solid team effort,” said coach Mel Joseph. “We found our rhythm early and took advantage of Vasquez miscues.”
Lone Pine used an aggressive attacking game that kept the Mustangs scrambling. “We made our share of mistakes,” said Joseph, “but the girls never gave in to them.”

Scoreboard

October 14, 2013

BISHOP BRONCOS
Football, Varsity
Friday, Oct. 11 at Desert, 50-34 loss
details in Thursday’s sports page
Friday, Oct. 18 at Cal City, 7 p.m.
Football, JV
Friday, Oct. 11 at Desert, 50-19 win
Friday, Oct. 18 at Cal City, 4 p.m.

Volleyball, Varsity
Thursday, Oct. 10 at Cal City, 3-0 win
Tuesday, Oct. 15 at home against Frazier
Thursday, Oct. 17 at home against Kern Valley
Volleyball, JV
Thursday, Oct. 10 at Cal City, 2-0 win
Tuesday, Oct. 15 at home against Frazier, 4 p.m.
Thursday, Oct. 17 at home against Kern Valley

Cross Country

October 11th

Wet and warm winter on way for Eastern Sierra?

October 11, 2013

Residents in the Eastern Sierra may experience a warmer-than-average winter this coming season. But predictions aren’t all bad, as there is a chance this winter could bring above-average precipitation.
Early winter weather predictions suggest that it may be a weak to moderate El Niño year. For the Eastern Sierra, El Niño, a warming trend in the Pacific, means warmer weather with increased chances of rain and, in the higher elevations, snow.

Home Street Middle School takes on bullying

October 11, 2013

October is Bullying Prevention Awareness Month and Home Street Middle School is going full-bore in its efforts to raise awareness while fostering the anti-bullying antidote – kindness.
“Good things are happening at Home Street Middle School,” Administrative Assistant Kristin Carr said. “Staff and students are aware and concerned about bullying in their community and on surrounding campuses” and are involved in HSMS’ multi-pronged anti-bullying campaign.

October 9th

Shutdown shuts down film productions in Inyo

October 9, 2013

The federal employees prohibited from going to work and the businesses losing money generated by tourists drawn to Yosemite, Death Valley and Manzanar aren’t the only local victims of the nationwide government shutdown, now in its 10th day.
The mandatory closure of National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service offices, and the suspension of services that have been deemed “non-essential,” have had what Inyo County Film Commissioner Chris Langley called “a rather devastating effect” on local filming.

Toiyabe helps Native Americans navigate Affordable Care Act

October 9, 2013

With the Jan. 1 deadline to sign up for healthcare looming over the nation, Toiyabe Indian Health Project staff is providing help and getting training to help Native American community members understand where they fit into the Affordable Care Act.
Chief Executive Officer David Lent said that his Contract Healthcare Department staff is now providing tribal members with ACA information as well as helping them understand how the Covered California program can benefit them and their clinic.

October 7th

It’s Fire Prevention Week in Inyo

October 7, 2013

Volunteer fire departments throughout the Owens Valley will be celebrating Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 6-11, with a series of open houses.
Sunday kicked off National Fire Prevention Week and local fire departments are reminding residents to check their smoke alarms, be fire conscious and to drop by their community’s fire station for helpful tips or just to say hello.

Praxis, local providers finalizing faster Internet

October 7, 2013

Local Internet providers are testing connections with Digital 395 and hope to be providing more bandwidth to residents by Thanksgiving at the latest.
According to Praxis Associates President Mike Ort, only small portions on the fiber-optic backbone still need to be built. Those sections are located on National Forest land. Ort said construction crews need the go-ahead from the Forest Service to proceed, and the government shutdown has severed communication with those officials.
He said he hopes the problem will be resolved soon.

Domestic violence ‘is a problem’ here

October 7, 2013

Domestic violence is the leading cause of injury to women in America. It is responsible for more injuries to women than car accidents and rape combined.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Wild Iris, the Inyo and Mono domestic violence prevention group, is asking that residents educate themselves on the warning signs of domestic abuse and the aid that is available for those suffering from abuse.
Throughout the month, Wild Iris will be out and about in local communities to help spread the word.

October 4th

Shutdown enters Day 5

October 4, 2013

With more than 800,000 federal employees out of work and national parks closed due to the government shutdown, impacts are being felt locally even as some federal services are being maintained.
As the nation heads into its fifth day of the government shutdown meanwhile, officials in Washington are beginning to voice concerns that the country could reach its debt ceiling – legislative restriction on the amount of national debt that can be issued by the Treasury – by Oct. 17.

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