Archive - 2014 - News Article
Inyo County District Attorney Tom Hardy is preparing for a busy January, with several cases on the docket.
Hardy said Wednesday that a settlement conference for the case against Bishop residents Dawndee and Ken Rossy, who are accused of embezzlement of public assistant funds from Inyo County Health and Human Services, has been set for Jan. 8.
Hardy said a trial date may be set during that conference. If that happens, he expects the trial will be set for late spring or early summer.
After discovering damage to the Ibex Dunes in Death Valley, the National Park Service is warning that âa few bad applesâ can spoil the fun for everyone.
The Ibex Dunes in Death Valley National Park are a refuge of natural quiet; a dramatic contrast to the wild fun of Dumont Dunes, the popular off-highway vehicle area on nearby BLM lands.
âUnfortunately, a few âbad applesâ are flaunting the law and giving a bad reputation to all of the law-abiding off-road enthusiasts,â a press release issued by Death Valley National Park on Christmas Eve states.
More than 900 new laws were approved last year in California, running the gamut from health, employment and medical benefits to criminal penalties, law enforcement procedures and motor vehicle rules, to education, pet care and childrenâs welfare.
Many of the new laws become enforceable today, Thursday, Jan. 1.
Mammoth Lakes business owner and Bishop resident Maggie Larson will be featured in a new reality show, âSharing Paradise,â debuting on HGTV at 2 p.m. today.
According to Larson, the show, which follows various groups of home hunters who are interested in purchasing property together, will kick off with an episode in Mammoth Lakes.
For the second episode, Larson works with two couples â a brother and sister and their spouses â to find the perfect mountain retreat with all the features and amenities each of the four buyers are looking for.
Under new management since late 2013, Country Kitchen in Big Pine has undergone a number of improvements that have many locals and visitors to the Eastern Sierra talking about the restaurantâs new menu and great service. Located just off U.S. Highway 395 in the center of Big Pine, Country Kitchen offers travelers a welcome break.
The New Yearâs holiday is known as a time for reflection on the past year, with celebrations in honor of the year to come.
As the year comes to a close, local authorities are reminding residents and visitors to celebrate responsibly and ensure that they donât end up reflecting on the mistake and consequences of drinking and driving.
Read the full story in the Tuesday, Dec. 30, 2014 edition of The Inyo Register.
One organizationâs food waste is anotherâs gain, at least in the case of Northern Inyo Hospital and the Bishop Future Farmers of America.
As of this winter, the Bishop FFA has begun daily pickups of food waste from the hospitalâs kitchen. These pickups will provide food for FFAâs farm, while helping NIH with its costs for trash pickup.
Communities in the Eastern Sierra have received more than $10 million in Caltrans funding to complete various road and transportation improvement projects.
The funds have been used from as far north as Lee Vining, all the way down to south Bishop, where crews are working to improve safety for bicyclists.
When the holiday celebration is over you don't have to let the good taste go to waste! There are a few creative ways to recreate new tasty dishes with remaining food. Here are some tips and tricks to makeover holiday leftovers.
Organizers of the recent veterans outreach in Bishop are calling the event a success, indicating the meeting between local vets and officials with the VA was long overdue.
âWith the help of Yvette Mason, our countiesâ Veteran Service representative, as well as many hours of walking through the businesses of our communities, our veterans in need are finally being given the attention and care they deserve,â said Steve Canter, spokesperson for Veterans for Helping Veterans.