Archive - Dec 12, 2012 - News Article
With their squad car lights flashing and sirens wailing, Eastern Sierra law enforcement officers will be rounding up scores of minors this weekend â€“ but these kids arenâ€™t delinquents. Rather, the raucous round-up will mark the return of a special day of holiday fun for the officers and more than 20 lucky youngsters.
Door-to-door service, a hot breakfast, a shopping spree and a snap shot on Santaâ€™s knee are all part of the Second Annual Shop with a Cop event being held this Saturday, Dec. 15 in Bishop.
Jeff Griffiths has made his final motion as a member of the Bishop City Council and is preparing to take his seat on the Inyo County Board of Supervisors in January.
Griffiths, a councilman for the past six years, will become Inyo Countyâ€™s new Second District Supervisor, a position he won in the June Primary,
Residents in Darwin learned earlier this month that the U.S. Postal Service will be suspending operations at their local post office, forcing them to retrieve their mail 25 miles away in Keeler, in a region of the county that does not have public transportation.
In a letter mailed to Darwin residents Nov. 30, the USPS said the Darwin Post Office, located at 251 Reddy St., will be suspended effective Monday, Dec. 31 because â€ślease negotiations with the current landlord have failed and attempts to locate a suitable new location within the city limits of Darwin have been unsuccessful.â€ť