Archive - Jul 16, 2013 - News Article
Initial plans have been solidified for the City of Bishopâ€™s first promotional branding-concept video.
Details were hammered out at a July 9 planning meeting, where City Administrator Keith Caldwell facilitated discussions between citizens and film professionals.
â€śAttracting people to the area for potential business opportunities is our real focus,â€ť Caldwell said. The five-minute introductory video and five, three-minute companion chapters â€“ business, healthcare, real estate, schools and tourism â€“ will promote the family and social quality of life here available in Bishop, he added.
Some might call him a jack of all trades, other might say he is a Renaissance man but whatever the case, Bishop local Robert Miller never stops learning, creating and growing.
Since Millerâ€™s May 31 art show and sale at East Side Books, the self-taught artist/architect/inventor/photographer/machinist and soon-to-be nonagenarian said he is deeply involved in experimenting with various ways to use charcoal. â€ťThatâ€™s where I live, in the journey of art.â€ť
Change is coming to the Lone Pine Airport â€“ the kind of change that local officials hope will help aviators identify the region they are in and the activities that are available when they fly into Lone Pine.
The Lone Pine Airport will be renamed the Lone Pine-Death Valley Airport. Local officials and a group of Lone Pine residents said Tuesday the new name will help tourists, especially foreign tourists, identify Lone Pine as a gateway to Death Valley.