Archive | September, 2010

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CHP Says Man Violated California Assault Weapons Act

Last Friday, a Los Angeles man moving some of his belongings to Colorado wrecked his vehicle and U-Haul on 395 across from Mammoth Airport. Officers found some ten firearms when they inventoried his vehicles. Now, they will seek a felony charge of possession of an assault weapon. The Highway Patrol in Bridgeport reported that 54-year-old […]

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Time for a Pet: Bo and Blinky

PETS of the WEEK – September 30, 2010 BO aka BOCEPHUS is a tenderhearted 11-month old Yellow Lab mix. He is the kind of dog that, once you bring him home, you’ll thank your lucky stars for over and over again. Bo is eager to please and has a heart of pure gold. BLINKY is […]

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Monroy Ordered to a Treatment Program

In early September, Mammoth Police arrested a student who they said was out of control, intoxicated and in possession of numerous knives. 23-year-old Robert Isaac Monroy was eventually arrested after officers used pepper spray to subdue him. Monroy faces charges of felony possession of a deadly weapon, felony vandalism of walls and carpet in the […]

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Bishop School Lunches Lean on Fresh Fruits and Veggies

This month health officials have focused on what they call an epidemic of overweight or obese children. One of the factors – school lunches. Midge Milici, Bishop Schools Chief Business Officer pointed to Food Service Director Susan Nelson and her award-winning school lunch program. The last review of Bishop’s cafeteria lunch program netted the National […]

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Details of Winter Air Service Revealed

Winter air service schedules have now gone public and so have factoids about what you can expect if you take advantage of air service at Mammoth Airport. The flights start December 16th, which was a known, but here are the details of flights and towns. As was reported, United Airlines, through United Express carrier SkyWest […]

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Details of Winter Air Service Revealed

Winter air service schedules have now gone public and so have factoids about what you can expect if you take advantage of air service at Mammoth Airport. The flights start December 16th, which was a known, but here are the details of flights and towns. As was reported, United Airlines, through United Express carrier SkyWest […]

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Vehicle Hits Motorcycle South of Big Pine

Monday at about 2:30pm, the driver of a 2007 Ford from Scottsdale, Arizona hit the back of a motorcycle on 395, which caused the cycle rider to be thrown from her bike. The CHP said that a 45-year-old woman from Palmdale was driving her Harley-Davidson southbound on 395 north of South Fish Springs Road. The […]

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Fourth District Appeals Court Conducts Cases in Bishop

More than 1200 Inyo County students will take part in the community outreach program of the Fourth District Court of Appeal in Riverside. Court cases from Inyo do go to the Fourth District. Thursday, the justices will hold court at Bishop High School Auditorium. They will hear two cases. One case involves the appeal of […]

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