Skip to main content

Archive - News Article

October 23rd, 2014

Food drive this Saturday

October 23, 2014

Saturday, Oct. 25 is National Make a Difference Day.

Altrusa of the Eastern Sierra, The Bishop Lions Club and the Sunrise Rotary Club are teaming up to sponsor a Food Drive for the Salvation Army.
Teams will be stationed at Manor Market and Vons from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. collecting food. Donations are also accepted.

All food proceeds will go to The Salvation Army and all monies donated will be going to the Food Kitchen at the United Methodist Church.

VIDEO: Rivers v. Manning: Who wins Thursday night

October 23, 2014

On Pro Football Now, Sports Illustrated senior writer Don Banks, Super Bowl champion Amani Toomer, and Sports Illustrated senior writer Andrew Perloff discuss their predictions for Thursday night's matchup of the Chargers and Broncos.

October 22nd

Toiyabe awarded more wellness money

October 22, 2014

Toiyabe Indian Health Project has received its second Center for Disease Control grant this month.
“We are the only organization in the United States to accomplish this. It’s like winning the Lottery twice,” said Toiyabe grant writer Su Yates.
Last week, Toiyabe announced that it was awarded $1.5 million from the Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health, or REACH, grant.

Community leaders take home ideas from SBC conference

October 22, 2014

Community leaders from throughout the region are buzzing about the Sierra Business Council’s Peak Innovation Conference, where they listened to expert speakers and brainstormed ideas on how to improve every aspect of life in local communities.
Held Oct. 8-11, the conference featured nationally acclaimed writer Terry Tempest Williams and clean energy economy leader Van Jones as keynote speakers.

New SAR base dedicated to longtime coordinator

October 22, 2014

Inyo County Search and Rescue has a new base of operations for missions in Southern Inyo – a converted storage facility now bearing the name of one of the Sheriff’s Office’s most dedicated members.
On Saturday, Oct. 18, the South County Search and Rescue Command Center, located at the Lone Pine Airport, was officially unveiled and dedicated to soon-to-be-retired Undersheriff and longtime SAR Commander Keith Hardcastle.
Hardcastle began his career in 1985 as an Inyo County sheriff’s deputy; he has been a SAR Coordinator since 1994.

October 21st

Blue Ribbon Week ends Saturday

October 21, 2014

Residents are encouraged to wear blue ribbons this week to help spread awareness of the dangers of asthma and to show support for those who suffer from the respiratory condition.
"Sometimes we don't think that asthma can be life threatening, but it is," said Bishop resident Debbie Schumacher, whose son, Christopher John Schumacher, died on Oct. 19, 1996 as the result of a severe asthma attack. He was 14, just shy of his 15th birthday. "Christopher was very athletic and won many gold medals in the Junior Olympics."

October 20th

Traffic stop leads to drug, counterfeit charges

October 20, 2014

A couple who had recently relocated to Big Pine from Southern California were arrested Saturday, Oct. 11 after they were allegedly found to be in possession of a stolen vehicle, stolen personal information, methamphetamine, counterfeit money and burglary tools.
According to the California Highway Patrol, Gabriel Michael Anderson, 29, of Corona, and Alisa L. Erl, 27, of Perris, were taken into custody shortly after 9 p.m. last Saturday after they were pulled over for a seat belt violation on Crocker Street in Big Pine.

Wildlife rehab center to hold fundraiser

October 20, 2014

Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care is in need of public support so that it can continue helping wildlife victims, which suffer primarily from injuries caused by humans.
To that end, ESWC founder and director Cindy Kamler is inviting the community to sponsor, support and attend ESWC’s Ninth Annual Wild Spirits Fundraiser. It will be held from 6-8 p.m. this Sunday, Oct. 26 at Mountain Light Gallery, located at 106 S. Main St. in Bishop.

Watershed Projects gets students out in the field

October 20, 2014

Throughout October, Eastern Sierra Watershed Project is bringing a variety of Eastern Sierra-related science lessons into local classrooms and taking students into local outdoor science lab environments.
In collaboration with Inyo County Superintendent of Schools, the Eastern Sierra Institute of Collaborative Education has organized watershed-based field studies for elementary and middle school students. ESWP lessons focus on the “importance of water to the plants, animals and people of Owens Valley,” said Leigh Parmenter of ESICE.

VIDEO: USC's Cody Kessler's Record Setting Day In 30 Seconds

October 20, 2014

Don't Mess with Kess. USC's Cody Kessler set a USC record throwing for seven... yes, seven... touchdown passes against Colorado. Don't believe us? Watch them all in under thirty seconds.

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes