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August 21st, 2013

Public quiet on proposed county building

August 21, 2013

A handful of Lone Pine residents gathered at Statham Hall Monday evening to hear information about the new county consolidated office building that is being proposed in Bishop, but only a few residents voiced opinions or asked questions about the proposal.
Lone Pine Chamber of Commerce Director Kathleen New said she has heard a number of negative comments from various Southern Inyo County residents, and local leaders stressed that there are no plans to move offices or services from Lone Pine or any other communities to Bishop if the building is approved.

August 20th

Top honors for Inyo’s State Fair exhibit

August 20, 2013

With a fraction of the budget of other counties and a display they built themselves at home, Rich and Kathy White not only took home another gold medal at the California State Fair for their Inyo County exhibit, but also one of the most important awards offered at the 17-day event.
The Whites, aided by a hearty contingent of fellow volunteers, secured for Inyo County the 2013 People’s Choice Award – a sought-after honor that’s viewed as an endorsement of the tens of thousands of fairgoers who visit the California’s Counties Exhibit portion of the State Fair.

More trash talk for Board of Supervisors

August 20, 2013

Members of the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday received the third in a trilogy of workshops regarding Inyo County’s landfills and its overall solid waste program.
During the presentation, Deputy County Administrator and Integrated Waste Manager Pam Hennarty said that changes must be made to the county’s solid waste program to make it self-sufficient. Those changes may come in the form of increased rates, or changes to the way commercial waste haulers are regulated, or a combination of both.

Bishop City Council honors local firefighters

August 20, 2013

This past Monday, the City of Bishop recognized and thanked local firefighters who have been among the nearly 2,000 personnel who have been braving the Aspen Fire since it was ignited by lightning last month.

August 19th

Lloyd Cearley's remains identified

August 19, 2013

Sacramento County authorities confirmed Monday the death of a 43-year-old Mammoth Lakes resident Lloyd Cearley, whose body was found in the Sacramento River Saturday.
The cause of death was being withheld Monday morning, pending notification of his father, according to a Sacramento County coronor’s office spokeswoman.
Cearley, who was suffering from thyroid cancer at the time of his death, was in Sacramento County to see a doctor, according to a Facebook post from his sister, Nicole Cearley Van Alstine.

Cattle theft conviction

August 19, 2013

MONDAY, AUG. 19, 2013 – An Inyo County jury convicted 39-year-old Bishop resident Joseph Charles Mandiburu of four felony charges last week, including cattle theft from a local ranch.
The charges included grand theft in three separate counts of theft of property, cattle and a vehicle.
Mendiburu was also convicted of felony perjury after the four-day jury trial that concluded Aug. 15.

August 16th

Local event founder missing

August 16, 2013

Mammoth Lakes resident Lloyd Cearley, a cancer patient who created the Mammoth 2 Bishop Fun Bike Ride fundraiser this past spring, was reported missing this week after failing to attend a doctor’s appointment.
Mammoth Lakes Police Sgt. Marc Moscowitz said a missing person report was filed with law enforcement authorities in Sacramento, where Cearley’s doctor’s appointment was scheduled, earlier this week.
Moscowitz said the MLPD could come up with little that might aid the investigation.

August 15th

Baby born in jail parking lot

August 15, 2013

Local law enforcement officers in Independence got an unexpected request for service Monday night.
According to Sheriff’s Public Information Officer Carma Roper, at about 10 p.m. a resident walked into the lobby of the Sheriff’s Administrative Office/Inyo County Jail and requested an ambulance because his wife was in labor in the parking lot.
Sheriff’s Corporal Chris Connolly, and ICJ Correctional Officers John Bartlett and Vicki Michener immediately responded.

Parolee at large located in Olancha

August 15, 2013

Aug. 15, 2013 – Inyo County Sheriff’s Officials received a tip Monday morning that a parolee at large out of Sacramento with an active CDC parole warrant was hiding out at a residence in Olancha.
According to Public Information Officer Carma Roper, deputies were informed that the he may be carrying a handgun. Officers responded to the location and spotted 34 year old Dameshelo Antwone Green, the suspect, leaving the residence on foot.
Green was taken into custody without incident and is being held at the Inyo County Jail on a parole hold. After his arrest no weapon was located.

August 14th

Creating a win-win for urban, Inyo students

August 14, 2013

By 2014, the Inyo County Office of Education will be overseeing more than 4,000 students: 2,400 of them live in the county; the other 2,000 will be enrolled in charter schools primarily in the Los Angeles basin. When asked why the COE has involved itself with at-risk students some 250 miles south of its office, board member Chris Langley called on the often-quoted phrase “why not,” adding, “we’re saving lives.”

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