August 28th, 2012
For the first time in about 30 years, the Fort Independence Paiute Tribe will be hosting a Native American Pow Wow.
The Independence tribe will be sharing its culture, history and heritage through a number of cultural events, including dances, interpretive displays and good old fashioned fellowship this fall, and organizers are hoping to attract local and out-of-the-area visitors to participate.
Donald ‘Don aka
Cottonwood Plaza at the corner of Main and Yaney in Bishop is under construction and contractors hope to have it inhabitable sometime in the near future.
Property owners have hired Rudolph Construction and architect Tom Schaniel to rehabilitate the long-vacant shopping center in hopes of drawing new tenants to the downtown core of Bishop.
âWeâre working away, rehabilitating the buildings, so nothing is going to be torn down,â Schaniel said.
Dealing with a cramped working environment, and hearing from the Inyo County Grand Jury about it for the past decade, the Bishop Police Department has abandoned piece-meal fixes in favor of a more lasting solution.
And it may not even have to relocate.
The Town of Mammoth Lakes on Tuesday reached a settlement agreement with Mammoth Lakes Land Acquisition over the townâs $43 million judgment, according to Assistant Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez.
Both sides made the announcement jointly.
The terms of the agreement remain vague but clearly a bridge has been crossed, said longtime Town Councilmember Rick Wood, an attorney.
Thunder Buffalo Madina
âGive peace a chance,â said John Lennon and thatâs what the Happy Hoods art contest was all about. The contest sought kidsâ input in a multi-state, youth-oriented, anti-bullying campaign.
The Happy Hoods Anti-Bullying Art Contest was held for several awareness-raising reasons, explained the programâs founder, Carri Coudek.
âI wanted to get kids involved âŠ to have a say âŠ Their voices need to be heard.â And, Coudek added, âtheir artwork encouraged me to put together presentation kitsâ for implementation by schools, youth groups and any other interested parties.