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October 29th, 2014
Residents of all ages and fitness levels are invited to join Toiyabe Indian Health Project this Saturday for its 33rd Annual Road Run.
The race will begin at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Millpond Recreation Center and will include food, race T-shirts, a participant Halloween costume contest, awards by local artists, kidsâ activities and raffle prizes.
According to Toiyabe, âall combine to make the Toiyabe Road Run an exciting physical challenge and a fun community event.â
The Palisade Glacier Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is partnering with the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8988 to honor Inyo County Veterans, and to participate in the United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration this November.
The Secretary of Defense was authorized in 2008 by the National Defense Authorization Act to conduct a program to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War.
The Inyo County Sheriff's Department issued the following information around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday:
WANTED For Felony Battery and Violation of Parole - Considered ARMED AND DANGEROUS
Name: ANDREAS, RICHARD FARRELL JR
Race: Native American
Height: 5' 11"
Complexion: Dark Scars:
R EYE: STAR, L EYE: 4 DOTS, L NECK: "MARIA JESUSITA", ABDOMEN: "VNS"
1050 S MAIN ST LONE PINE CA
Residents and visitors gathered on Bishop's Main Street Friday, Oct. 24 for an evening of live music, local artwork and, of course, chocolate.
In its first year, the City of Bishop After School Program for Bishop Elementary School first- through fourth-graders is getting rave reviews from students, teachers and parents.
County leaders will soon be considering whether to allow the construction of a feed-in tariff solar facility in Southern Inyo.
If approved, the proposal will go before the Board of Supervisors and if approved there, will become the first feed-in-tariff project in Inyo County. Essentially, the solar energy produced at the site will be sold to a third party â in this case, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.
A fast, cooperative response and an extra resources detail assigned to the Owens Valley helped save homes near the Alabama Hills when a fire broke out Saturday morning.
CalFire had staffed extra resources in the Owens Valley over the weekend due to forecasted high winds and low humidity, âand the preparation paid off,â CalFire Public Information Officer Elizabeth Brown said. âGreat cooperation from outside agencies and resources served the community well and kept the fire to a minimum.â
Community members have the chance to enjoy fine wine, fine art and even better company next month while supporting local education.
Round Valley Schoolâs STEP Foundation is holding its annual Toast to the Arts fundraiser on Saturday, Nov. 8 from 6-8 p.m. at Mountain Light Gallery, 106 S. Main St., Ste. 203.
Specialty beers, microbrews, catered food and a raffle are also on the eveningâs agenda as the STEP Foundation attempts to raise funds for the students at Round Valley Joint Elementary School.
Inyo County residents have an opportunity to weigh in on the final fate of the ATV Adventure Trails project as the Final Environmental Impact Review is released Nov. 5.
The Inyo County Planning Commission will hold a public meeting to review the Final EIR and receive input from residents at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 5 in the Inyo County Board of Supervisors room in the County Administrative Center in Independence.