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January 18th, 2013

Emily Jane Milovich

January 18, 2013

 

Emily Jane Milovich

1931-2012

 

Rudolpho ‘Rudy’ Martinez

January 18, 2013

 

Rudolpho ‘Rudy’ Martinez

1929-2012

 

January 16th

Mule Days announces 2013 headliner

January 16, 2013

After an almost year-long search and several weeks of negotiations, Bishop’s Mule Days Celebration has secured country artist Jerrod Niemann as its 2013 concert headliner.
Following in the footsteps of past Mule Days performers such as Blake Shelton, Chris Cagle, Neal McCoy, Uncle Kracker and the late Chris LeDoux, the 33-year-old up-and-comer will perform for residents and visitors during the event’s annual Thursday-night concert.

Supes to Langley: No contract, no pay

January 16, 2013

After praising Chris Langley Tuesday for his unique area of expertise and dedication to promoting Inyo County’s film industry, the Board of Supervisors nevertheless voted to not reimburse the longtime film commissioner for work performed over the past seven months.

Diane Hardcastle

January 16, 2013

 

Diane Hardcastle

1935-2013

 

William ‘Bill’ Gerdes

January 16, 2013

 

William ‘Bill’ Gerdes

1928-2013

 

January 15th

Arrest made in Vicious assault

January 15, 2013

Police responding to a 911 call originating from outside of a Bishop bar early Sunday morning discovered a local woman fighting for survival after being viciously beaten.
Due to the severity of her injuries, she was flown to an out-of-area hospital, where she was stabilized and later released, said Bishop Police Department Public Information Officer Katie Coffman.

Lynn Alan Ipsen

January 15, 2013

 

Lynn Alan Ipsen

1944-2012

 

Supes to weigh film commissioner services

January 15, 2013

County leaders will meet today to discuss soliciting bids for the Film Commission program, a series of building improvements in Shoshone and committee appointments for board members.
The Board of Supervisors will meet at 9 a.m. in the County Administrative Center in Independence.

ESTA tech upgrades geared toward efficiency

January 15, 2013

Eastern Sierra Transit Authority is getting a technological upgrade that aims to reduce wait times for riders and improve efficiency for drivers and dispatchers.
ESTA recently purchased computerized scheduling and dispatch software, called RouteMatch, for its Bishop Dial-a-Ride buses.
The $50,000 RouteMatch system, funded completely through state and federal transit grants, will provide an electronic tablet for each driver. Software on the portable computers will give ESTA dispatchers the real-time GPS locations of individual drivers each time a customer calls requesting a pick-up.

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