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Premier solar demo project comes to Bishop

July 25, 2013

Five local families are in the process of having their homes outfitted with money- and energy-saving solar electric systems this month as part of a first-ever tribal solar installation project.

Rains a mixed blessing for Inyo

July 25, 2013

Thunderstorms packing torrential rains may have been a welcome relief from the recent heat wave, but they also wreaked havoc on local roads and highways in the form of flash floods and mud slides.
Inyo County was under a “Flash Flood Watch” Monday night and all of Tuesday as a monsoonal weather system moved through the region, bringing electrical storms, high winds and heavy downpours – which gave the valley more precipitation than it received all winter.

Rains a mixed blessing for Inyo

July 25, 2013

Thunderstorms packing torrential rains may have been a welcome relief from the recent heat wave, but they also wreaked havoc on local roads and highways in the form of flash floods and mud slides.
Inyo County was under a “Flash Flood Watch” Monday night and all of Tuesday as a monsoonal weather system moved through the region, bringing electrical storms, high winds and heavy downpours – which gave the valley more precipitation than it received all winter.

Lightning starts fires on West Side

July 25, 2013

A lightning-sparked wildfire is burning uncontained on the west side of the Sierra this week and causing hazy skies on the east side.
The Aspen Fire, officials said, has grown to 3,000 acres since Sunday and, as of Wednesday afternoon, was 0 percent contained.
According to the U.S. Forest Service, the Sierra National Forest – where the fire is burning – has “received significant lightning activity” since Sunday. “These downstrikes have resulted in 15 new wildfires, the largest of which … is Aspen Fire located below Stump Springs Road just north of Aspen Creek.”

Robbery and attempted murder in Pearsonville

July 25, 2013

Wind, rain and floods provided an ominous backdrop for a violent robbery in Pearsonville Sunday night.
According to the Inyo County Sheriff’s Office, Johnny Pulido-Gonzalez, 24, of Los Angeles was arrested Tuesday, July 23 in the Kennedy Meadows area for an alleged car-jacking and attempted murder. He later confessed to to being the suspect Sunday night’s robbery during which he stabbed a convenience store clerk.

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