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Fairgrounds working to save Jr. Livestock Show from state cuts

March 14, 2012

Officials at the Tri-County Fairgrounds are seeking outside funds to preserve the integrity and traditional benefits of one of the Eastern Sierra’s most popular, youth-oriented events.
Fair CEO Jim Tatum said the elimination of state funding has made it necessary to solicit additional financial support for the 2012 Junior Horse Show and Junior Livestock Show.

Ft. Independence Tribe brings back tradition

March 14, 2012

For the first time in nearly 30 years, the Fort Independence Paiute Tribe will be hosting its own Native American Pow Wow.
Scheduled for September, the revived event will feature traditional dance contests for adults and kids, drum groups, interpretive displays, singing, food and more.

Topaz man found dead in submerged vehicle

March 14, 2012

An Eastern Sierra man died late last week during a fishing excursion along Topaz Lake.
The California Highway Patrol is still investigating the incident, which ended with the body of 74-year-old Francis McConnell, of Topaz, being pulled by a dive team from his submerged vehicle.
According to a press release issued Monday by the Mono County Sheriff’s Department, deputies were notified about 3:30 p.m. Friday that a vehicle “had been driven into the water, from the shoreline, at Topaz Lake.”

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