On a recent walking tour, Bishop Mural Society members shared local history and kept the humorous anecdotes flowing as they showed off nine of the organizationâs 15 murals with locals and 12 members of a Southern California Airstream club, in for Mule Days.
Mural Society board member Shirley Fendon, president Patty Holton, secretary Betty Cameron and treasurer Andrea Shallcross painted a vivid picture of the power of murals as they revealed the rich history behind the works of art which citizens walk or drive past every day.
With the concrete dry and rails secured, the youth of Southern Inyo are heading out to the brand-new Lone Pine Skate Plaza.
After a year-and-a-half of planning, Lynn Bunn said the skate park officially opened last week, and has already seen a lot of attention from Lone Pine youngsters.
âYou canât believe the number of kids who are out there skating already,â Bunn said. âThe other morning there were some kids, 4 or 5 years old, on Razor scooters, and they were just having a great time.â
Digital 395 has passed another milestone and is nearly ready for the construction phase.
On Wednesday, May 23, Forest Supervisor Ed Armenta signed a Decision Notice and Finding of No Significant Impact for the Digital 395 Middle-Mile Project, essentially saying the project poses no major environmental concerns.
Armentaâs signature now allows Praxis, the contractor responsible for the project, to install, operate and maintain approximately 49 miles of underground fiber-optic cable in the Mammoth, Mono Lake and White Mountain Ranger districts of the Inyo National Forest.
Bill Harris, 95, was born on June 15, 1916 in Porterville, California to Albert Asbury Harris and Harriet Barclay Harris. He died on May 23, 2012, at his home in Klamath Falls, Ore. These are the statistics.
Summer is fast approaching and Eastern Sierra Breast Cancer Alliance is gearing up for a busy season ahead.
First and foremost is the groupâs Fifth Annual Night of Lights Walk. The community is invited to this social/charity event on Saturday, June 2 â to gather their friends, family and walking buddies and head over to âthe Bishop Union High School track for a night of fundraising and good, healthy fun,â said ESBCA board member and public relations person Heather Marvin.
In addition to deciding the political fates of state and national lawmakers and the men and women challenging them for office, local residents in three areas of the county will also be casting votes on next Tuesday in races affecting the Inyo County Board of Supervisors and Board of Education.
Residents from Lone Pine south to the Kern County line and east to the Nevada state line will be voting for District 5 Supervisor â a four-year term being sought by incumbent Richard Cervantes and challengers Jim Genrty and Matt Kingsley.
More than 100 residents showed up at Lone Pineâs Statham Hall last week to hear the Fifth District Supervisor candidatesâ take on issues ranging from potential conflicts of interest to the equitable distribution of county tax dollars.
After sitting through the responses of incumbent Richard Cervantes and challengers Jim Gentry and Matt Kingsley to five questions posed by the forum host, the Lone Pine Chamber of Commerce, audience members were given the chance to query the contenders as well.
Following are the questions asked and the candidatesâ responses.
On Tuesday night, May 8, the three candidates for Fifth District County Supervisor â incumbent Richard Cervantes and contenders Jim Gentry and Matt Kingsley â met for a candidatesâ forum hosted by the Lone Pine Chamber of Commerce at Statham Hall. Assisting the chamber with the event were Independence Civic Club members Mary Roper, Nancy Masters, moderator Rose Masters and timer Annette Wood.
The forum was attended by more than 100 interested voters and supporters.
A total of 13 hopefuls are vying for the chance to represent California’s Eighth District in the U.S. House of Representatives – far and away the largest field of candidates Inyo County voters will have to choose from on June 5.
The top two vote-getters in the June 5 Primary will advance to the Nov. 6 General Election for the chance to represent District 8 as a U.S. Congressman.
As part of The Inyo Register’s ongoing efforts to help voters with their decision-making on June 5, candidates for local office – as well as state and national seats representing Inyo County – were asked a series of questions on various issues.