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June 20th, 2013

Films focusing on local water

June 20, 2013

THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 2013 – Two water-wise documentaries by two different filmmakers are in the works in the Owens Valley.
Jenna Cavelle’s short documentary, “Paya – The Untold Story of the L.A.-Owens Valley Water War,” has met its Kickstarter funding goal and filming is under way with a projected August or early September completion date.
A new project headed up by the Owens Valley Committee and Bristlecone Media, with Cavelle serving as a coproducer, “Slake: Water and Power in the Eastern Sierra,” is in the fundraising stage.

June 19th

‘Vision or Villainy’ author talks about Austins, L.A.’s celebration

June 19, 2013

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 2013 – Sometimes it’s best to start at the beginning and finish at the end.
That’s the approach that will be taken by historian and author Dr. Abraham Hoffman when he discusses two critical aspects of the Los Angeles Aqueduct story: The public role played by Mary and Stafford Austin to protest Los Angeles’ land purchases in 1905, and the culmination of the Aqueduct’s construction when Owens River water rushed down the Cascades in 1913.

June 18th

Remains found in renewed search for missing hiker

June 18, 2013

TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 2013 – Inyo County Search and Rescue may be able to close a case it opened last October.
According to Inyo County Sheriff’s Corporal and Search and Rescue Coordinator Terry Waterbury search efforts for Lawrence Conn, 53, of Pacific Palisades, who went missing last fall, resumed this month. Waterbury said some personal effects identified as Conn’s have been located near what are believed to be human remains.
Those remains have been turned over too the Inyo County Coroner’s Office for positive identification.

Fire near Mono City

June 18, 2013

TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 2013 – A five-acre wildfire is burning in the area of Mono City near Lundy Lake, according to the Mono County Sheriff's Department.
Fire personnel "are making good progress in full containment," Sheriff's Department Public Information Officer Jennifer Hansen said, noting there is no current threat to homes in the area of Mono City or Lundy Lake, or to anyone traveling on U.S. 395.

June 17th

City Council approves promotional video project

June 17, 2013

MONDAY, JUNE 17, 2013 – A promotional video about the City of Bishop has run into initial criticism for its content – very little about the actual city limits or downtown business district – and its perceived purpose: recruiting new residents who will most likely have to live outside of the city, rather than focusing on tourism.

Salvation Army breaks ground

June 17, 2013

MONDAY, JUNE 17, 2013 – Eight months after launching a $1 million capital campaign to construct new, local headquarters, the Salvation Army Bishop Corps is inviting the community to a groundbreaking ceremony at the site of its future facility.
The facility, according to the Salvation Army, will consolidate the Corps’ many county-wide social service endeavors and allow for the expansion of its programs that are currently located in cramped, rented storefronts.

June 14th

Drumroll, please …

June 14, 2013

FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 2013 – Before an audience of residents from Bishop, Big Pine, Independence and Lone Pine, as well as dignitaries that included members of the Inyo County Board of Supervisors and Bishop City Council, Dion Agee, publisher of The Inyo Register, prepares to unveil the cover of the 2012 Inyo County Profile magazine featuring the 2012 Inyo County Citizen of the Year.

Attempted-murder suspect tracked down in Bishop

June 14, 2013

FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 2013 – An investigation into an alleged attempted murder Thursday night resulted in the arrest of Chad Smith, 40, of Wilkerson, at a Bishop residence Friday afternoon.
According to the Inyo County Sheriff’s Department, authorities received a report of a domestic dispute with shots fired near Collins Road in Wilkerson at about 10:30 p.m. Thursday.

June 12th

Who will reign supreme?

June 12, 2013

JUNE 12, 2013 – Role model, family life, relationship building and responsibility are terms that every California High School Rodeo Queen candidate hits upon at least once as they talk about rodeo life and representing their district.

EMS Provider of the Year

June 12, 2013

Fifth District Supervisor Matt Kingsley presents Olancha Cartago Fire Chief Steve Davis with a plaque honoring him as EMS Provider of the Year at the May 21 regular board meeting. Davis joined the Olancah Cartago Fire Department more than 35 years ago and has served as chief since 1989. In 2012 he helped spearhead a successful, ongoing, countywide volunteer recruitment effort.

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