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October 17th, 2014
Good food was on the menu for a community dinner and presentation by a local not-for-profit cooperative planning to re-open Mairâs Market in Independence.
About 50 residents of the town gathered at the Independence Legion Hall Oct. 11 and enjoyed a dinner featuring a wide variety of locally grown produce, locally made baked goods and homemade entrees.
Bishopâs Main Street will be turned into a lively festival next Friday evening with artists, musicians, films and refreshments all iced with chocolate at each of 17 participating locations.
The festivities run from 5-8 p.m. Oct. 24 and are organized by Independent Project Press. Unique chocolate treats will be handed out at each of the locations.
Motocross is returning to the Eastern Sierra Tri-County Fairgrounds Mike Boothe Memorial Arena this winter after a six-year absence.
Community members have revived the popular local sport and formed Bishop Motocross, with races scheduled to hit the fairgrounds arena as soon as next weekend. From November through March, the motocross track will play host to four races and a number of practice weekends.
A little bit of luck and a lot of hard work on the part of firefighters kept a fast-moving fire from destroying the community of Shoshone over the weekend.
As it was, the blaze claimed two mobile homes in the Southeast Inyo community, damaging power lines and phone lines in the process.
Businesses and homes in the area were left without power and phone access for about four hours.
Dozens of firefighters, mostly from the Southern Inyo Fire Protection District, responded to fight the fire, which began around noon on the south side of town, scorching a path up State Route 127.
The following is the second and final installment of a two-part story covering the Bishop City Council Candidatesâ Forum held Thursday, Oct. 9 at the Bishop Senior Center. Part 1 appeared in the Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014 edition of The Inyo Register.
Five candidates vying for two seats on the Bishop City Council met last week for a candidatesâ forum hosted by the Bishop Sunrise Rotary Club and The Inyo Register. It was an opportunity for residents to meet the men and woman seeking election and for the candidates to share their position on various local issues.
This month, in conjunction with Bishop Carlâs Jr., American Legion Post 118 is holding its second annual fundraiser to benefit the Wounded Warriors Project.
On Tuesday, Oct. 21 and Wednesday, Oct. 22, for every Carlâs Jr. customer who brings in a fundraiser flyer, Carlâs Jr., located at 768 N. Main St., will donate 25 percent of the purchase to WWP through Eastern Sierra Disabled Sports.
Curious residents and visitors are invited to the second broadcast of the Owens Valley Radio Observatory and Cerro Coso Community Collegeâs âExplore Your Universeâ Fall Lecture series of talks by prominent astronomers sharing their research and discoveries.
The latest edition takes place this Thursday, Oct. 16, at 7 p.m. and features Dr. Miles Smith from NASAâs Jet Propulsion Laboratory giving a talk titled, âCuriosity: a Robot, a Planet, and the People who Sent it There.â
Randy, Donvan and Glazer recap the Monday night game.
Work is underway on the new Inyo County Animal Shelter in Big Pine, and county staff has completed grading work on the site and turned the project over to Rudolph Construction of Bishop.
Inyo County Public Works Director Clint Quilter said last week that staff with the Inyo County Road Department graded the site of the new building, to be constructed adjacent to the current shelter. County crews removed large boulders from the site and leveled the area before crews from Rudolph Construction took over.
The following is part 1 of a two part series covering the Bishop City Council candidates forum hosted by the Bishop Sunrise Rotary and The Inyo Register on Thursday, Oct. 9. Part 2 will appear in the Thursday, Oct. 16 edition of The Inyo Register.
Five candidates vying for two seats on the Bishop City Council Thursday met at the Bishop Senior Center to share their views on city affairs and answer questions from constituents.