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August 20th, 2014

Event funding on chopping block

August 20, 2014

A preliminary budget adopted by the Inyo County Board of Supervisors in June does not include funding for the county’s Community Projects Sponsorship Grant which has traditionally helped sustain some of the county’s most popular events.
Those missing funds have some organizations, including the Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce, which received $31,000 from the program last year, concerned about the direction the county is heading in an effort to balance its budget.

Read the full story in the Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014 edition of The Inyo Register.

NIH and Toiyabe team up

August 20, 2014

Northern Inyo Hospital and Toiyabe Indian Health Project are coordinating their healthcare efforts to ensure that local patients receive the best care possible without unnecessary costs.
Administrators for NIH and TIHP met Aug. 15 to discuss shared goals and challenges in managing healthcare in Inyo County.

Read the full story in the Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014 edition of The Inyo Register.

Educator takes on dyslexia screening, tutoring

August 20, 2014

One local child spurred her mother on to become a dyslexia specialist and open a business in Bishop that screens and treats dyslexics.
“A lot of people think dyslexia is a visual issue but it’s not,” dyslexia specialist Rebecca St. Marie said, but “switching letters as they process language is only one aspect of the learning disability.”

UPDATE: Firefighters contain Keoughs fire

August 20, 2014

Update 6:55 p.m. - CalFire reports that aggressive fire suppression efforts by ground and air resources stopped the forward rate spread of the fire at 18 acres. Full containment of the fire is expected this evening.
Approximately 70 firefighters battled the fire. There was no report of injuries to civilians or firefighters.
The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.
U.S. Highway 395 is open and the public is asked to use caution while fire crews are mopping up and patrolling the fire.

August 19th

Virginia Marie Morgan

August 19, 2014

Virginia Marie Morgan
1924-2014

Longtime Mono City resident Virginia Morgan passed away on May 29, 2014. For the last 11 years Virginia has lived in Fallon, Nev.
Virginia was born in 1924 in Erie, Pa. During World War II she worked in a munitions factory producing bomb parts for the war effort. She later moved to Lone Pine where she met and married her husband of 40 years, Babe Morgan. They lived in Old Mammoth, June Lake, and Lee Vining before moving to Mono City.

Alan Joseph Gilbert

August 19, 2014

Alan Joseph Gilbert
1926-2014

Alan Joseph Gilbert, beloved husband, father and brother, died Aug. 7, 2014 in Fort Collins, Colo. at the age of 87 after a long illness.

Virginia Marie Morgan

August 19, 2014

Virginia Marie Morgan
1924-2014

Longtime Mono City resident Virginia Morgan passed away on May 29, 2014. For the last 11 years Virginia has lived in Fallon, Nev.
Virginia was born in 1924 in Erie, Pa. During World War II she worked in a munitions factory producing bomb parts for the war effort. She later moved to Lone Pine where she met and married her husband of 40 years, Babe Morgan. They lived in Old Mammoth, June Lake, and Lee Vining before moving to Mono City.

August 18th

City settles claim for $38,000

August 18, 2014

The City of Bishop has agreed to pay out $38,000 in a settlement agreement with former City Administrator candidate David Buckingham to avoid what could have been a costly lawsuit.
According to the settlement agreement, Buckingham claims he was hired as the Bishop City Administrator last month. However, the city later hired Jim Tatum to serve as administrator.

Read the full story in the Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014 edition of The Inyo Register.

Ballot set for Nov. election

August 18, 2014

Registration forms are in and the ballot is set for the Nov. 4 election.
An extended filing period for several local offices opened the door for a number of residents to submit their paperwork and officially enter the race for office.
According to Assistant County Clerk/Recorder and Registrar of Voters Michele J. Hartshorn, five candidates have tossed their hats in the ring in the race for the Bishop City Council.

Read the full story in the Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014 edition of The Inyo Register.

Seeing the world at eight MPH

August 18, 2014

Local educator Jan Rhoades recently fulfilled a long-held dream when she spent more than one year, covering more than 4,000 miles of U.S. roadways on a coast-to-coast tour bicycle.
The trip had been “a long-standing dream,” Rhoades said. “I thought, if I never do this, it will be a regret when I’m on my deathbed. The trip got under my skin and it’s a beautiful way to see the world at eight miles per hours” – a great title “if I ever write a book.”

Read the full story in the Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014 edition of The Inyo Register.

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