Monday, March 2
The Hula Halau O Koru meets every Monday at 5:45 p.m. at the Jill Kinmont Boothe School on Grandview Drive. more information, call Kymberlee Nalumaluhia at (760) 873-9818 or email at email@example.com.
Tuesday, March 3
Blood Drive in Bishop
There will be a blood drive at the Elks Lodge at 151 East Line St. today from noon-6 p.m. and tomorrow from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. To schedule an appointment, call (760) 920-3281 or log on to www.bloodhero.com, click âDonate Bloodâ and use the sponor code: BISHOP. Walk-ins are also welcome.
Tuesday, Feb. 24
â¢ Center for Biological Diversity and Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility file lawsuit against Inyo County for approving Adventure Trails pilot project
â¢ District federal court indicts Lone Pine man on numerous charges for removal of Native American artifacts
â¢ Catch of the Week
â¢ Man on the Street question of the week
Thursday, Feb. 26
â¢ City Council votes to pre-fund Bishop Tourism Improvement District
â¢ Owens Valley Committee offers compromise on river flow regime
â¢ Incendio returns for first concert in four years
â¢ Local teams end playoff runs
The local VFW and American Legion posts will be busy today and tomorrow.
â¢ Today, VFW Post 8988 in Bishop is holding a fundraiser yard sale from 8 a.m.-noon at the post patio area at 484 Short St., Bishop. Enter on First Street. There will be clothes, couches and other furniture, household items, kitchenware, books, home decorations, miscellaneous items and a lot more. Proceeds will support veteran projects.
Frank Redondo, who recently moved to Bishop from Southern California, fishes along the Owens River east of Bishop Tuesday afternoon. Redondo's fishing companion, Chico, is a big fan of the river, and gets excited when there's a fish on the line.
Inyo County Sheriff's Department OHV Patrol Deputies Mike Durbin and Joe Vetter are hitting the dirt today, conducting OHV recreation patrols in south-east Inyo Counties. The deputies are seen here at Ubehebe Crater in Death Valley.