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October 12th, 2010

Breast cancer walk coming soon

October 12, 2010

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and community members will soon be taking part in the annual walk at the park to raise money for patients and to remember and honor those who have fought long and hard against the disease.
The Eastern Sierra Breast Cancer Alliance will be holding its 10th annual walk this year at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 30 at the Bishop City Park. This is the ESBCA’s largest fundraiser of the year.
The ESBCA’s primary goal is to help patients pay for the costs associated with cancer, be it for travel or simple living expenses.

BP Tribe ready to celebrate

October 12, 2010

Autumn is here. The days are getting shorter, the weather is cooling off, the leaves are changing and the Big Pine Paiute Tribe is preparing for one of its favorite festivities, the Fall Fandango.
Beginning Thursday, Oct. 14, the Big Pine Tribe will host a slew of festivities, including the Miss Big Pine Paiute Tribe, an art show and reception, community breakfast and dinner, live music, hand games and more.
Everything kicks off at 7 p.m. Thursday with the Little Miss and Miss Big Pine Tribe pageant and art show reception.

Living long and prospering

October 12, 2010

At 92 years old, Bishop resident James Hurlburt has witnessed the invention of and American infatuation with radio and television, the long reign of Babe Ruth and the New York Yankees, the Great Depression, seven American wars, the Civil Rights Movement, the moon landing and much, much more.

October 11th

Relic returned to Lone Pine Fire Dept.

October 11, 2010

The Lone Pine Fire Department will be showing off a returning member of the team at the 21st Annual Lone Pine Film Festival parade on Sunday. The member is a 1934 Chevrolet fire truck, recently found in a private collection and in near-mint condition.
Fire Chief Le Roy Kritz said the truck is quite possibly the first engine the department and district ever owned. He said he’s seen pictures of the 1889 Lone Pine Fire Brigade with pull-along carts, but no engines before this one.

Surveys reveal top local attractions

October 11, 2010

A recent surveying effort has revealed that hiking is the top reason most visitors come to Inyo County, second only to sightseeing.
Mount Whitney, of course, is Inyo’s most popular destination.
The majority of those surveyed said they enjoyed their visit to the area and there was very little that needed to be changed to make the experience better.
The surveys also revealed that most visitors would not change their plans if the Yucca Mountain nuclear repository was in operation.

October 7th

Rain stops growth of Sheep Fire

October 7, 2010

Recent rain and snow in the Sierra have stopped growth of the Sheep Fire, which has been the source of smoky skies in the Owens Valley since it was ignited by a lightning strike in July.
The blaze has burned 8,962 acres – 5,837 in Sequoia National Forest and 3,125 in Kings Canyon National Park – over the past two and a half months.
The fire began in the southern cliffs above Cedar Grove and has grown predominately to the west.

Linda ‘Susie’ Zucco

October 7, 2010

Linda ‘Susie’ Zucco
1950-2010

Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Independence Cemetery for lifetime Lone Pine resident Linda “Susie” Zucco. A cry dance ceremony will be held from 9 p.m.-midnight Friday, Oct. 8 at the Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone Community Center at 975 Teya Rd. in Lone Pine.
Born Feb. 28, 1950 in Lone Pine, Linda died Oct. 3, 2010 in Bishop. She was 60.

Broncos lose tough match to Ravens

October 7, 2010

Bishop’s Lady Broncos played tough Tuesday in volleyball action against the California City Ravens but fell 0-3.
The first two games were nail biters at 22-25 and 24-26. “Our girls played great,” said coach Sheri Sonke. “The games were exciting and the team is starting to gain confidence and really play well together.”
The Ravens scored 11 straight unanswered points in the final game before the Broncos rallied. Bishop came back to a close 15-20 but the early deficit was too much to overcome.

Broncos tennis braves the elements and MHS

October 7, 2010

Tuesday’s thunderstorms let up just long enough for a Bishop 10-3 tennis win over Mammoth.
The Broncos and Huskies players, coaches and spectators had to clear the tennis courts of hail stones before the match could begin.
The final sets were still in progress when the dark skies opened up again. By then, the Broncos doubles had already won six out of the 13 sets and the singles had taken three.
Eva Bohg swept her first two sets 6-1 and was ahead 3-2 when the rains came.
Shayna Citrenbaum won 6-1 against Mammoth’s No. 3 seed.

Lone Pine Eagles soar over two Mustang herds

October 7, 2010

The Lone Pine Lady Eagles volleyball squad remains undefeated in League play after a week of clean sweeps against the Vasquez Mustangs and Lucerne Valley Mustangs.
Lone Pine travelled to Acton on Tuesday to take on Desert Mountain League newcomer Vasquez for a key match-up.
The Lady Eagles came away with a hard-fought three-game sweep.
“This was a key DML victory against a talented team,” said coach Mel Joseph. Serving played a critical role as the Lady Eagles served aggressively (96 percent with 12 aces) to keep the Mustangs’ passing game off balance.

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