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December 12th

BP Chevron closed

December 12, 2014

The Big Pine Chevron Gas Station and Food Mart was forced to close recently for not meeting environmental requirements for its secondary containment system.
Gas stations are among some of the most stringently regulated businesses in the state, overseen by multiple departments and agencies. They are required to have multiple backup systems to protect the environment which includes everything from airborne pollution to groundwater contamination.

Utility work on ‘2nd Main St.’ near completion

December 12, 2014

Underground utility work on the Warren Street Improvement Project continues this month as the City of Bishop prepares for concrete work scheduled to commence early next year.
“We have a lot of work now complete,” said Public Works Director Dave Grah. He went on to say that the contractors working on underground utilities along the Warren Street corridor worked with the communityto minimize impacts. He added that underground construction work always poses challenges, and the contractor and city were prepared to handle those issues.

VIDEO OF THE DAY Babies Discovering Things For The First Time

December 12, 2014

December 10th

Bishop High going high-tech

December 10, 2014

In a move Superintendent Barry Simpson called a “game-changer” for students at Bishop Union High School, the district will be converting its traditional library into a modern “learning center.”

New councilmembers take their seats

December 10, 2014

The Bishop City Council said farewell to Mayor Jim Ellis and Councilman Keith Glidewell Monday, and administered the oath of office to Nov. 4 election winners Karen Schwartz and Joe Pecsi.
The council also assigned temporary committee assignments to the new council members, and decided to – appoint a resident when the time comes – to fill Councilman Dave Stottlemyre’ s seat this January, when he assumes the position of Inyo County auditor.

Christmas comes to Lone Pine

December 10, 2014

Lone Pine is kicking off its Christmas celebrations this week with a brand new pet parade on Main Street and an opportunity for local children and adults – and their pets – to meet Santa Claus.
Lone Pine chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kathleen New said festivities began Tuesday with the popular Holiday Chamber Mixer, held at the historic Down Villa. That event drew more than 100 residents and visitors to the hotel to spread holiday cheer.
The community will gather at 1 p.m. this Saturday for the annual Lone Pine Christmas parade, which has been a community tradition since 1944.

Bishop's Street of Lights and Christmas Parade

December 10, 2014

December 9th

Pro Football Weekend Recap

December 9, 2014

Thursday Night Football 12/4/14

Dallas (9-4) 41
Chicago (5-8) 28
Dallas used the 3rd quarter to put this game out of reach. After a tightly contested first half the score was 14-7 in Dallas’ favor. Dallas was able to use an early second half turnover to score a 24 yard touchdown pass from Tony Romo to Cole Beasley. They used great field position to tack on 2 more touchdowns before the end of the 3rd quarter to make the score 35-7. Chicago made the game somewhat close thanks to a 21 point fourth quarter of their own, but it was too little, too late.

Sunday 12/7/14

December 8th

Merchant Appreciation Party planned for Tuesday

December 8, 2014

Bishop Union High School’s Foundation for Excellence is planning a “Merchant Appreciation Holiday Party” to say thanks to all the local businesses who have supported the group over the past year.
 The BUHS Foundation for Excellence is a non-profit fundraising organization that relies on local support to help BUHS provide a quality education to local students.

Traditional Christmas story given a new twist

December 8, 2014

What everyone expects to be the worst school Christmas pageant ever turns out to be pretty darn good in author Barbara Robinson’s “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.”
The story is a “hilarious yet insightful story of a small town church that puts on the Christmas Story as a pageant that end ups in a different way … Come prepared to be entertained,” said John Louth, who co-directs the production with Gail Swain.

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