Archive - Jun 12, 2012 - News Article
Bishop tribal leaders and community members had an opportunity to meet with high-ranking state officials last month to discuss the tribeâs successful law enforcement and tribal court programs.
According to the Bishop Paiute Tribe, a collaborative meeting was held Wednesday, May 9, with the Executive Assistant U.S. Attorney Laurel White, U.S. Attorneyâs Office Outreach Specialist Sean Vassar, U.S. Attorneyâs Office Law Enforcement Coordinator George Anderson and Bureau of Indian Affairs/Office of Justice Servicesâ new Special Agent in Charge of California Carleen Fischer.
Building on the momentum from its first, full-fledged Eastern Sierra stage production â and the overwhelmingly positive reviews and amount of support it received in the process â the Writers Actors Guild of the Eastern Sierra is forging ahead with its next labor of love.
As with its adaptation of âTuesdays with Morrieâ this past winter, WAG is bringing to local stages a popular, if not beloved, piece of work ripe for yet one more exploration of its highly relatable themes.
A final tally of Tuesdayâs votes shows two out of three incumbent county supervisors have been unseated and the third is headed to a runoff election in November.
After verifying and tallying all but 70 outstanding provisional ballots, the Inyo County Elections Department released a final count late Thursday night that reveals essentially the same results as those reported immediately after the June 5 Presidential Primary.
Bishop will see an influx of visitors this weekend as hundreds of California High School Rodeo Association finalists and their families take up residence for six days of exciting rodeo action.
Approximately 260 competitors, the best in the state from nine rodeo districts stretching from the Oregon to Mexico borders, will be putting their skill and talent to the test for the chance to advance to the National Finals in Iowa.