Archive - Sep 23, 2010 - News Article
Police officers in Bishop have been busy this week, investigating an early-morning burglary at a Main Street business and a high- speed pursuit through the city that landed Bishop resident David Lawrence Baker behind bars.
The work week started off early for Bishop officers as a burglary alarm sounded at about 3:30 a.m. Monday morning at Supply Audio & Video on Main Street.
According to Bishop Police Detective Mark Gutierrez, the burglar or burglars broke into the shop through the rear glass doors, stealing approximately $3,000 worth of HP laptops, iPods and camcorders.
The fourth Friday in September is California Indian Day and the local Native American community is joining the celebration with a parade, Pabanamanina Gathering and Pow Wow and traditional handgames all weekend long.
The pow wow, now in its 30th year, draws dancers and artists from all over the country. The event is also a rare opportunity for the public to view and purchase Native American art from around the U.S.
All activities are offered free and open to the public.
The Los Angeles City Council approved Tuesday the release of 24 land parcels in Owens Valley for sale, opening the way for a public auction tentatively planned for this winter.
According to a Department of Water and Power official, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has 10 days to approve the decision, followed by a 30-day review period, then âwe go to auction.â
In the meantime, the parcels will be reappraised to ensure the opening bid reflects current market value.