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May 29th, 2012

Coming to a ballot near you …

May 29, 2012

In addition to deciding the political fates of state and national lawmakers and the men and women challenging them for office, local residents in three areas of the county will also be casting votes on next Tuesday in races affecting the Inyo County Board of Supervisors and Board of Education.
Residents from Lone Pine south to the Kern County line and east to the Nevada state line will be voting for District 5 Supervisor – a four-year term being sought by incumbent Richard Cervantes and challengers Jim Genrty and Matt Kingsley.

Voters quiz Dist. 5 hopefuls

May 29, 2012

More than 100 residents showed up at Lone Pine’s Statham Hall last week to hear the Fifth District Supervisor candidates’ take on issues ranging from potential conflicts of interest to the equitable distribution of county tax dollars.
After sitting through the responses of incumbent Richard Cervantes and challengers Jim Gentry and Matt Kingsley to five questions posed by the forum host, the Lone Pine Chamber of Commerce, audience members were given the chance to query the contenders as well.
Following are the questions asked and the candidates’ responses.

Dist. 5 Supervisor candidates face voters

May 29, 2012

On Tuesday night, May 8, the three candidates for Fifth District County Supervisor – incumbent Richard Cervantes and contenders Jim Gentry and Matt Kingsley – met for a candidates’ forum hosted by the Lone Pine Chamber of Commerce at Statham Hall. Assisting the chamber with the event were Independence Civic Club members Mary Roper, Nancy Masters, moderator Rose Masters and timer Annette Wood.
The forum was attended by more than 100 interested voters and supporters.

Congressional hopefuls get down to the issues, part 3

May 29, 2012

A total of 13 hopefuls are vying for the chance to represent California’s Eighth District in the U.S. House of Representatives – far and away the largest field of candidates Inyo County voters will have to choose from on June 5.
The top two vote-getters in the June 5 Primary will advance to the Nov. 6 General Election for the chance to represent District 8 as a U.S. Congressman.

Congressional hopefuls get down to the issues, part 2

May 29, 2012

As part of The Inyo Register’s ongoing efforts to help voters with their decision-making on June 5, candidates for local office – as well as state and national seats representing Inyo County – were asked a series of questions on various issues.

Congressional hopefuls get down to the issues

May 29, 2012

Thirteen men and women are vying for the chance to represent California’s Eighth District in the U.S. House of Representatives – far and away the largest field of candidates Inyo County voters will have to choose from on June 5.
The top two vote-getters in the June 5 Primary will advance to the Nov. 6 General Election for the chance to represent District 8 as a U.S. Congressman.

May 22nd

Mule Days volunteers enjoy mutually beneficial relationship

May 22, 2012

Hospitality doesn’t just happen.
Covering all the bases takes effort and long-range planning. For decades now, a large number of community service, school athletic and religious organizations have formed the behind-the-scenes army of volunteer workers  that help make Mule Days happen. They line lots, muck stalls, meet and greet and provide other indispensable visitor- and participant-services for the event’s four-legged and two-legged guests.  

2011 a bumper year for Inyo’s ag industry

May 22, 2012

Agriculture, the number-one industry in the Eastern Sierra, saw a boon this past year in Inyo County.
According to Agricultural Commissioner George Milovich, the combined agricultural production for 2011 saw an increase of 26 percent over 2010 totals, making it the best financial year for agriculture on record.
Milovich said the agricultural industry brought in $79,412,962 to the economies of Inyo and Mono counties.

Conservancy floating idea of hatchery ownership

May 22, 2012

County leaders learned last week that an effort is under way to transfer ownership of the historic Mt. Whitney Fish Hatchery from the California Department of Fish and Game to the Sierra Nevada Conservancy.
Currently, the SNC is looking into the legal requirements and development of an action plan and future use plan for the property, should it decide to take over management of the facility.

May 21st

Voters quiz Dist. 5 hopefuls

May 21, 2012

More than 100 residents showed up at Lone Pine’s Statham Hall last week to hear the Fifth District Supervisor candidates’ take on issues ranging from potential conflicts of interest to the equitable distribution of county tax dollars.
After sitting through the responses of incumbent Richard Cervantes and challengers Jim Gentry and Matt Kingsley to five questions posed by the forum host, the Lone Pine Chamber of Commerce, audience members were given the chance to query the contenders as well.

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