Archive - Nov 2011 - News Article
The long-awaited crash report on the deadly multi-vehicle accident that occurred in August 2010 has been released.
New details emerge in the report, but the questions that have been most asked still have no answers. There was no determination made on the cause of the driver distraction or inattention that ultimately led to the crash or what caused one of the vehicles to catch on fire.
The City of Bishop is preparing its next budget, with a chunk of the funds going to promote the town. However, as with nearly any and every other city and state in the nation right now, Bishop is facing yet another year of lower revenues which means less money for advertising. This has been the same old song and dance since 2008, the beginning of the Great Recession.
State court officials are considering stopping at least two court construction projects and delaying several more to fill a budget gap.
According to the Administrative Office of the Court, a working group tasked by Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye to oversee the judicial branchâs facilities program is recommending several ways to proceed with âminimal delay on most projects in the court construction program as well as the elimination of two projects in Alpine and Sierra counties.â
Today is the day when tens of thousands of wanna-be zombies and ghouls around the world will growl and boogie in unison for the âThrill the World.â It is an international attempt to set the world-record for simultaneous dance to Michael Jacksonâs âThrillerâ song and video and Bishopâs undead will be joining in this year.
Erin Livingston organized the local dance and has been holding lessons all month long.