Archive - Oct 25, 2013 - News Article
Advances in photographic technology over the past 10 years and one of the most photogenic settings on the planet have conspired to create amateur photographers out of a significant number of Inyo County residents.
More affordable and user-friendly digital cameras have helped untold numbers of residents discover hidden talents, nurture burgeoning careers as outdoor photographers or simply find a hobby that brings them closer to the Eastern Sierraâs wild landscapes often referred to as âGodâs country.â
Happy Hoods founder Carri Coudek wants everyone to know that her evolving anti-bullying program âis alive and wellâ and fostering more community activism during Octoberâs National Bullying Awareness Month and all year round.
Anti-bullying efforts are never-ending for Coudek. âPeople are asking me to be more visible in the community. Kids are always approaching me. âCarri, can I tell you what happened to me?â Theyâre being bullied in school. I get parents and grandmothers, they tell me about their kids being bullied.â
Just one day after Praxis Associates announced that it had laid the last of its conduit for the Digital 395 project, Suddenlink announced that it has tapped into the high-speed Internet system and is offering increased bandwidth to customers.
According to Suddenlink Senior Director of Communications Gene Regan, the Internet provider increased its bandwidth in Bishop, Big Pine and Independence Thursday afternoon.
Regan said that current Suddenlink customers with a 1.5 megabit per second connection have been upgraded to a 15 Mbps connection, at no extra charge.