June 18th, 2014
Residents and visitors are invited to weigh in on the future of the Inyo National Forest as the Forest Service wades deeper into Forest Plan revisions this week.
A public workshop will be held from 5-8 p.m. today at Cerro Coso Community College in Bishop to discuss the Inyoâs âNeed to Changeâ document and share their thoughts on what the Forest should look like.
With the search for missing hiker John Likely entering its fourth day Wednesday, authorities were holding out hope of finding the 60-year-old New Jersey man alive.
Inyo County Search and Rescue team members were joined in their efforts to find the hiker by at least 70 other SAR members from across the state.
âWe are still treating this mission as a rescue versus a recovery,â Inyo County Assistant SAR Coordinator Brian Hohenstein said Wednesday morning. âThe High Sierra backcountry
presents search teams with significant
Inyo County is going to explore its options for a reorganization of Museum and Library services in an effort to combine job positions to cut costs.
On Tuesday, First District Supervisor Linda Arcularius followed the lead of County Administrative Officer Kevin Carunchio and Deputy Administrator Pam Hennarty, and recommended that the county consolidate the two departments under one manager and eliminate the other management position.
Leonard L. Rosga
Born June 14, 1928 in Elmhurst, Ill. 24-year Bishop resident Leonard L. Rosga passed away June 5, 2014 at Northern Inyo Hospital in Bishop. He was 85.
Leonard was a member of First Presbyterian Church and a helper at Sunday School. He was a 20-year faithful volunteer at Salvation Army in Bishop. He was also in the Illinois National Guard during World War II. He loved being outdoors, fishing and hiking, and spending time with his family.
Leonard will be greatly missed by family and friends.
Local residents will be heading to market in Bishop with fresh, local, organic goods this week.
The Eastern Sierra Certified Farmersâ Market in Bishop kicks off at 9 a.m. this Saturday on Church Street behind Bishop City Hall between Warren and Fowler streets.
The Mammoth Lakes Farmersâ Market will kick off Independence Day weekend, and is being held in honor of past Mammoth Mayor Skip Harvey. âSkipâs Outdoor Marketâ will be held from 4-7 p.m. Wednesday, JulyÂ 2 at the Mammoth Luxury Outlet Mall.
The ESCFM is home to a number of local growers, each with their own unique niche.
High school students graduating in Inyo County earlier this month left their respective schools with not only the knowledge gained over the previous four years, but also close to $400,000 in financial aid.
More than $380,900 in scholarship money was awarded to high school seniors from Bishop to Lone Pine in what parents, administrators and school staff are calling an amazing display of generosity and support by the local community.
James David Boling
James (Jimmy) David Boling died at his home in Big Pine on May 27, 2014. Jimmy, who was also known by many as âBones,â was born on Oct. 22, 1950 in Pomona to James Harvey and Mary Katherine Boling. Jimmy, his older sister and three younger siblings moved to Aberdeen Resort with his mother and stepfather, Warren, and Mary Katherine Mann in 1963. Jimmy attended school in both Big Pine and Independence, graduating from Owens Valley High School in 1969. Jimmy lived most of his life in the Owens Valley and worked for the County of Inyo for a total of 18 years.
The final night of the California High School Rodeo Association Finals was a good one for local barrel racer Kayla Inderbieten.
The sophomore at Bishop High School came in with a strong second place finish after two gos, qualifying for the short go at the Tri-County Fairgroundsâ Mike Boothe Arena. There was a strong local contingent in the stands cheering her on as she entered the stadium for the final run.
A search is currently underway for a missing hiker last seen returning from a summit of Mt. Whitney on Saturday.
The Inyo County Sheriffâs Office was notified Sunday afternoon that 60-year-old John Likely from Dumont, N.J. had been separated from his hiking group and hadnât been seen since Saturday.
Itâs time to wrap up my list of fishing waters I want to explore during this season.
Making memories with fishing partners is a big part of fishing. Most of the time we fish in solitude, to be shared on the walk back to the vehicle or on the ride home.
Saddle Bag Creek reminds me of the small creeks in Southern California where I learned to fly fish.