Archive - 2014 - News Article
By now it's come to most readers' attention that the Thursday, Sept. 11 edition of the Register is late. Last night a fire broke out at the printing facility in Carson City. We have been told the papers will arrive by 10 a.m., and our carriers will begin delivering them as soon as possible. We offer our apologies for the inconvenience and are keeping Sierra Nevada Media Group in our thoughts.
âDavid and Goliath,â an independent film feature will begin shooting next week in Inyo County and the filmmakers will be looking to cast several roles locally, including sheep and goats. Crew members will also be brought on to help with the production.
What started out as a complicated family dinner has turned into a business for father and son team Doug and Steve Miller.
Locally brewed Miller & Son BBQ Sauce is beginning to make an appearance on the shelves of local grocery stores and recently competed in the Mammoth Rib Cook-Off and took honors in the Mammoth Food and Wine Experience Burger Battle.
Between the fresh, high fructose corn syrup-free flavor, and the exposure the sauce is getting, Miller & Son Barbecue Sauce is quickly becoming a local favorite.
Apple Announces iPhone 6
In the highly anticipated announcement, Apple unveils a bigger, better, thinner, and expensive iPhone. Jen Markham has all the details.
The Pac-12 Conference has reprimanded and fined Southern California athletic director Pat Haden $25,000 for coming down to the field at Stanford Stadium on Saturday and confronting game officials. Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott said in a statement Monday that Haden's conduct was inappropriate.
Agents with the Inyo Narcotic Enforcement Team, with the assistance of several local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, recently raided a large-scale illegal marijuana cultivation site west of Independence.
According to the Inyo County Sheriffâs Department, officers removed more than 4,000 marijuana plants worth an estimated street value of $2 million from Inyo National Forest land on Wednesday, Sept. 3.
Officers also removed approximately 500 pounds of trash and about 40 pounds of fertilizer from the site. No suspects were located at the cultivation site during the raid.
The Inyo County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to consider approval today of a final 2014-15 budget with funding restored for two popular grant programs designed help the countyâs community sponsors promote Inyo County.
From Sept. 1-8, the board met in open session to discuss amendments to the County Administrative Officerâs recommended budget, which was released Friday, Aug. 29.
Residents and visitors have an opportunity to return to the Good Ole Days this weekend during a fun, family-friendly museum fundraiser.
Laws Railroad Museum will be celebrating the Good Ole Days this weekend with an afternoon of live music, activities and demonstrations of the trades and talents that made life possible before the modern era.
This weekend, United Methodist Social Services will be hosting its first-ever Celebrating the Abundance of the Owens Valley dinner.
The concept of the celebration is âpeople sharing their surplus with people who need a meal,â event founder and key organizer Reverend Caddy Jackson said. He is asking community members to donate food items to fatten the potluck-style dinner menu. Although the event invite list includes all Soup Kitchen guests, it is free to the general public as well.
In the midst of the ongoing drought, the California Native Plant Society is offering low-water, low-maintenance landscaping possibilities for local homes and businesses.
The offerings will be available at the Bristlecone Chapter of CNPS at its annual native plant sale from 9-11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 13 at the White Mountain Research Station, 3000 E. Line St., just two miles east of Main Street.
Read the full story in the Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014 edition of The Inyo Register.