Archive - 2014
WEDNESDAY â A 50-acre fire near June Lake erupted Tuesday afternoon, threatening structures at the June Lake ski area, and promoting evacuations and a closure of State Route 158.
The June Fire started at the base of June Mountain and, as of Wednesday morning, was zero percent contained.
According to officials, fire behavior includes torching, spotting, and active runs.
The Bishop Broncos football team and the crowd were up for the first home game of the season Friday night â the traditional match-up with the Mammoth Huskies.
One has to choose oneâs words tactfully. There are strong friendships and a lot of history between the two schools. As Bronco coach Bill Egan said, âIâm great friends with the Mammoth coaches; I root for them every week, except for this one game.â
But, sorry guys, the Broncos wiped up the field with the Huskies. Bishop shut out Mammoth, 50-0.
The Bishop Lady Broncos headed to Mammoth for the annual volleyball tournament last Friday and came home with the tournament championship.
âIâm happy for the program,â said coach Linda Frigerio, âhappy for the team. Itâs nice to see us getting better and better.â Over the past three years, the Broncos have progressed from third place at the tourney, to second with last yearâs team and now theyâve claimed the title. The final matches were played back to back against the Yosemite High School Badgers.
Maureen Mary Cardenas
Maureen Mary Cardenas was born July 30, 1957 in Bishop and passed away Aug. 31, 2014 at the Northern Inyo Hospital in Bishop where she was undergoing emergency treatment for multiple health reasons. She was the youngest of nine children born to Connie Mack and Rosalind Marie Denver of Bishop.
Fall is on its way, and its impending arrival marks the return of the popular âExplore Your Universeâ lecture series, featuring talks by prominent astronomers sharing their research and discoveries.
The Owens Valley Radio Observatory and Cerro Coso Community College invite the public to attend their first installment of the 2014 edition at 7 p.m. this Thursday, Sept. 18, when Dr. Christopher Greer from the University of Arizona gives a talk titled âImaging a Black Hole: From the Owens Valley to the South Pole.â
New City Administrator Jim Tatum recently talked about his first weeks in office and his plans for the immediate future in his first report before the Bishop City Council.
At the Sept. 8 meeting, Tatum began with gratitude for the âphenomenal receptionâ city staff has given him and went on to include topics concerning the city budgets and development of the business community.
During her quarterly report before City Council, Miss Bishop Chelsea Smart spoke about everything from taking the Ice Bucket Challenge to starting a local youth program about which she is passionate.
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David Diehl and Thom Brennaman discuss the Chargers' win