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Inmates ‘walk away’ from prison camp

June 26, 2012

State and local law enforcement agencies are on the look-out for two convicts who apparently “walked away” from a local detention facility last week.
A search was launched at about 10:10 p.m. Friday, June 22, when Owens Valley Conservation Camp inmates Jessy Lopez, 39, and Otoniel Aldana, 42, were not present during the evening head-count.
According to a press release from the minimum-security detention facility, camp personnel immediately activated “escape procedures,” notifying local authorities and surrounding residents.

County wants in on Forest Planning Rule process

June 26, 2012

Representatives with the U.S. Forest Service met with county leaders last Tuesday to give them some insight into the process the federal agency is using to develop a new Forest Planning Rule.
For their part, the county supervisors wanted to ensure they will be consulted throughout the process and have an opportunity to weigh in on how the new plan impacts local residents and the economy.
When complete, the Planning Rule will provide a framework for future actions on the forest, such as resource management, habitat enhancement and wildlife management.

Failure is not an option

June 26, 2012

Bishop Elementary School Principal Betsy McDonald isn’t pulling any punches when she says the education of “our next generation is at stake.”
In continuing to make an impassioned plea for the Bishop community’s support of the “Keep Instructional Aides” fundraiser, McDonald explained that student success is at risk amidst ongoing budget cuts, growing class size and resulting lack of opportunity for individualized instruction.

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