November 14th, 2012
A local sports coach is calling for community support to help realize a Drug and Alcohol Awareness Day centered around substance abuse awareness, recovery alternatives and sober fun for local youth.
âWe, as a community, have the chance to show our youth how much we care about the choices they make,â said Bishop Union High School head varsity baseball coach Tim Reid, the event organizer who has been clean and sober âgoing on 20.â
High-level officials and members of the public were shown this week how Inyo Countyâs Geographic Information Systems database has grown by leaps and bounds, and how it can continue to grow to the benefit of residents relying on county services.
Inyo National Forest officials are collecting comments and concerns from residents regarding its upcoming three-year Forest Plan Revision Process.
For the past couple weeks, a third-party facilitator bridging the gap between Forest Service staff and forest users has collected information from various user groups to update a collaborative plan for the Planning Rule update.
The Bishop Broncos take on the Salesian Mustangs in round two of the CIF football playoffs this Friday on the road. The game starts at 6:30 p.m. and will be broadcast on KBOV.
So, the question of the hour: can the Broncos win? The answer is one of those frustratingly coach-like responses: the Salesian Mustangs can be beaten. Bishop has the talent, the coaching, every element necessary to come away with an upset over a school seeded just one spot higher in the CIF Northeast Division.
The Bishop girls and boys varsity Cross Country runners came away with improved times at the CIF Southern Section Cross Country Prelims, Saturday, Nov. 10 at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut.
Nearly all the Bronco competitors shaved at least 30 seconds off of their individual times on the three-mile course since the Mt. SAC Invitational held three weeks ago.
Aug. 7, Ts and Fs
Joan Evans, 38
Wie Bunten, 40.5 (carded)
Pat Pontak, 32.5
Sue Clarkson, 34.5
Ceal Gargan, 36
Irene Knight, 38
Least Putts: Sue Clarkson, 30
Aug. 14, Nassau
Jeanne Rambeau, Best Overall, 62
Judy Wada, Best Front, 38
Wie Bunten, Best Back, 31.5
Pat Pontak, Best Overall, 69
Lysa Eldridge, Best Front, 40
Linda Knapp, Best Back, 34
Noel Bell, Best Overall, 92
Ceal Gargan, Best Front, 48
Diane Nicholson, Best Back, 39.5
Least Putts: Wie Bunten, 25
Aug. 21, Estimate
Ernest David Vargas III
Michelle Lynn Blain
The passage of Proposition 30 on Nov. 6 was met with a mixture of relief and trepidation by Owens Valley school administrators and district board members.
Residents are being invited to work with the Inyo National Forest as it prepares to implement a new plan.
Forest officials are hoping to get local residents and forest stakeholders involved at a public meeting Friday, Nov. 16 or Saturday, Nov. 17. At both meetings, officials will discuss how the Forest Service will work with the public as it begins the three-year Forest Planning Rule Revision process.