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November 28th, 2012

The Lone Pine Chamber’s nightmare before Christmas

November 28, 2012

Last-minute notification on state permit requirements, and an inability to meet those requirements in the timeframe given, has the Lone Pine Chamber of Commerce feeling like the Grinch just stole the town’s Christmas.
The status of the annual Lone Pine Christmas Parade is in question – and at one point was said this week to be canceled altogether – because organizers were not aware of requirements Caltrans is enforcing for approving road closures and detours.

Warriors split games with Huskies

November 28, 2012

Lady Warriors overwhelm
Huskies, 52-25
The Big Pine Lady Warriors clobbered the Mammoth Huskies on home court Tuesday night, skating to a decisive 52-25 win.
Junior Sheyanne Wilder led the scoring with 43 points, nearly twice the total Husky effort. The Warriors’ defense was aggressive; Wilder shared big rebound numbers with Kaity Barlow at 20 and 15 respectively.

November 26th

Giving without asking in return

November 26, 2012

Independence churches and community members got together to celebrate Thanksgiving in the holiday’s original tradition of giving and helping without expectation of personal reward.
The traditional holiday dinner was served to more than 100 locals at the annual Independence Community Thanksgiving Dinner at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 18 in the Owens Valley School multi-purpose room.

Groups take action in wake of ancient-art theft

November 26, 2012

As federal land managers continue investigating the theft of several priceless, Native American artifacts from an area north of Bishop, residents have an opportunity to help protect culturally sensitive sites in the future and possibly even help capture those responsible for the recent crimes.
The Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association announced it is accepting donations that can be used for a number of projects, from ongoing monitoring to apprehending the thieves who used rock saws and pry bars to steal several prehistoric works of art from the Volcanic Tablelands north of Bishop.

Christmas steps into spotlight

November 26, 2012

 

With Thanksgiving left-overs wrapped up in the fridge, Inyo County residents can now turn their attention to a cornucopia of Christmas-related community events being held this weekend through Dec. 24. 

Virginia Zappia

November 26, 2012

 

Virginia Zappia

1925-2012

 

Lady Broncos prevail over Lobos

November 26, 2012

The Bishop Broncos soccer squads started pre-league play Monday, Nov. 19 at Littlerock, north of Palmdale, with mixed results.
The Lady Broncos JV trounced the Lobos, 7-0; the varsity won, 1-0.
The Broncos had a rough start with the JV squad dropping the game 1-3 and the varsity doing the same 0-4.
Varsity coach John McGurke lost six starters from a strong 2011-12 team and is still in the process of reconfiguring his 2012-13 squad.

scoreboard

November 26, 2012

SCORES

Soccer
Bishop Broncos v Littlerock Lobos
Monday, Nov. 19
Lady Broncos Varsity, win 1-0
Junior Varsity, win 7-0
Broncos Varsity, loss 0-4
Junior Varsity, 1-3

THIS WEEK’S GAMES

Basketball
Bishop Lady Broncos
Tuesday, Nov. 27
JV and Varsity at Lee Vining, 5 and 6:30 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 30
Home against Mojave Mustangs, 6 p.m.
Bishop Broncos
Friday, Nov. 30
Home against Mojave Mustangs, 7:30 p.m.

Lone Pine Golden Eagles
Tuesday, Nov. 27, at Immanuel Christian
Lady Eagles, 5 p.m., Eagles 6:30 p.m.
Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, Hawthorne Tournament

Big Pine Warriors

St. Stephen’s Turkey Trot winners

November 26, 2012

Runners flew through the streets of Bishop Saturday, Nov. 17, for a good cause and a turkey. The 10K and 5K run started and ended at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Hall.
The Turkey Trot is an annual fundraiser for St. Stephen’s Catholic Mission in Big Pine. Winners brought home Thanksgiving’s main course.
Turkey Trot Winners
Men’s 10K: Dan Yarborough
Women’s 10K: Rachel Cokeley
Oldies but Goodies
Men’s 5K: Greg Smith
Women’s 5K: Laura Smith
Still Kicking
Men’s 5K: Glen Cokeley
Women’s 5K: Corrie DelGiudice
Women’s 5K Young Adult: Psalm DelGiudice
Little Gobbler

November 21st

Golden Eagles start season with a bang

November 21, 2012

If you’re Lone Pine High and coming into the basketball season off an OK previous year, and you’re facing Kern Valley Broncs – a bigger school, more competitive league, better record – realistically, you just hope for a decent showing.
The Golden Eagles did that Tuesday night, and then some.
The boys team came within 4 points of a win, at 59-63. Charging back from a weak third quarter, Eagles starters Michael Cappello and Brad Greene fouled out with four minutes on the game clock. Lone Pine held on but had lost its edge under the net.

Lady Eagles lose, 23-37

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