Archive - 2014 - News Article
According to the City of Bishop Public Works Department, the Warren Street Improvement Project is moving forward with its utility work and construction phases, commencing this year.
Public Works Director David Grah said the project, which has been three years in the planning and designing, would begin this fall. It is hoped that once completed, the city-owned Warren Street roadway area could become a second main street that revitalizes downtown businesses and invites community activities.Â Â Â
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For the last seven years, Ron and Barbara Oriti have been a photographing local scenery and wildlife, with a current focus on capturing Eastern Sierra dragonfly diversity.
Dragonflies are important, fascinating creatures of â€ścaptivating beauty and diversity,â€ť Barbara said, â€śand they are fun to watch.â€ť Furthermore, dragonflies, which predate dinosaurs, feast on such pests as mosquitos and gnats. Dragonfly nymphs â€“ an immature
stage of development â€“
are especially â€śvoracious eaters of mosquito larva.â€ť
Excitement is spreading throughout the Eastern Sierra for the upcoming Altrusa Art Show.
The 16th annual event will be held this weekend in the Floriculture Building at the Tri-County Fairgrounds in Bishop, from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Sunday.
According to Altrusa member Andrea Shallcross, this art show is a unique and beloved opportunity for local artists to share their work.
Next week, more than 150 community leaders from across the Sierra, both on the east and west side, will be gathering in Tahoe City for a three-day conference on planning for the regionâ€™s economic future.
As it celebrates 20 years of community development, the Sierra Business Council is hosting the Peak Innovation Conference Oct. 8-10, featuring lectures by two best-selling authors, among other agenda items.
This past Saturday afternoon, Range and River Books looked exactly the way owner Diane Doonan pictured when she moved her used book store to Bishopâ€™s Main Street. The store was full of people: families with barely-walkers reading in the childrenâ€™s section, friends getting their first look at her new location and readers spending a chilly, breezy afternoon working their way through the orderly maze of books.
Remember those debates about whether the Pac-12 could overtake the SEC as America's best conference? Well, week five is all Campus Insiders' Pete Fiutak needed to see. He explains why fans out west need to lower expectations... a lot.
In an effort to strengthen the local tourism economy by increasing overnight hotel and motel stays, the Bishop City Council has taken steps to establish a Bishop Tourism Improvement District.
A resolution that would establish the BTID was approved by the City Council as its Sept. 22 meeting.
(The following is the third of three stories on new administrators at local school districts. â€“Ed.)
Of the three educators moving into new administrative roles at new schools, Karen Marshall has the easiest transition into the role of superintendent/principal. She has been at Round Valley Elementary School for 15 years and served as vice principal for the last three under Dan Moore.
Marshall attributes the closeness of the community and parent involvement with that special feeling at RV as well as the relationship among the staff.
A cavalcade of street rods, hot rods, classics, antique and muscle cars will be rolling into Bishop this weekend for the annual Fall Colors Car Show hosted by the Owens Valley Cruisers.
The 21st Annual Fall Colors Car Show will kick off at 4:30 p.m. Friday with cruise-in registration in the Vons/Kmart parking lot.
Each year, the car club welcomes early arrivals for the show with music and a chance to hang out and show off their rides at the cruise-in. Show participants are also invited to cruise Main Street in Bishop during the cruise-in, from 4:30-8:30 p.m.
Last week Arizona, this week USC. if you missed it late Saturday night, you have to see the Trojans' Hail Mary against Oregon State to end the first half.