Archive | April, 2022

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LADWP Accepting Applications for Environmental Supervisor

An Environmental Supervisor assigns, reviews and evaluates the work of professional personnel and/or consultants engaged in the analysis, review, investigation, study and implementation of environmental policies, regulations, legislation and programs; personally performs the more difficult, technical and/or sensitive assignments; prepares environmental documents; manages large environmental and natural resources projects and programs including regulatory compliance programs […]

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INYO COUNTY TO AUGMENT 2022 SEASON STOCKING EFFORTS BY CDFW, BISHOP CHAMBER

Some of anglers’ favorite fishing holes along U.S. Highway 395 should be extra enticing this season thanks to supplemental stocking events sponsored by the County of Inyo. Throughout the 2022 fishing season, approximately 2,000 extra pounds of rainbow trout will be stocked in Owens Valley waters from Big Pine to Independence as part of the […]

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Northern Inyo Healthcare District Supports Child Abuse Prevention Month

As part of April’s Child Abuse Prevention Month, Northern Inyo Healthcare District once again displayed a pinwheel garden in front of the district’s two-story hospital. NIHD is honored to stand with its partners across the county recognizing the importance of families and communities working together to strengthen families to prevent child abuse and neglect. The […]

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Inyo County Registrar Announces Mailing Dates and Voter Registration Information for Upcoming Elections

  Every Registered Voter in Inyo County will be mailed a Local Voter Information Guide beginning Friday April 29, 2022, and will be mailed an Official Ballot beginning Monday May 9, 2022. Voter Registration Deadline for June 7, 2022, Primary Election The voter registration deadline to vote in the June 7, 2022 Statewide Direct Primary […]

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Bishop Valley Health Team Location to Add Dental Services Beginnng Monday, May 2, 2022

    Valley Health Team, Inc. (VHT), which opened a Community Health Center in Bishop in January of 2021 is now expanding services to include dental beginning Monday, May 2, 2022. In addition to providing medical services, the Bishop Community Health Center, is now offering adult and pediatric dental services including routine preventative care, sealants, […]

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After Several Attempts, Body Is Recovered From Mt. Whitney

  The Inyo County Sheriff’s Department reported via its Facebook page Monday that a body that had been reported on Mt. Whitney early last week had finally been recovered on Saturday. The department noted that high winds and snow deterred recovery efforts throughout much of the week. According to the sheriff’s department, during the early […]

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NIHD Healthy Lifestyle Talk Wednesday April 27- Opioid Addiction: Dispelling Myths, Saving Lives

  Northern Inyo Healthcare District’s Dr. Anne Goshgarian is presenting a Healthy Lifestyle Talk on Opioid Addiction, Wednesday, April 27 at 5:30 p.m. This talk is free, open to the public, and available to watch via YouTube or Zoom. Those who wish to attend in person can join Dr. Goshgarian at the Birch Street Annex, […]

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Mono County Initiates Automated License Plate Readers

Mono County Sheriff Ingrid Braun requested and the Board of Supervisors approved the implementation of an Automated License Plate Reader system at key locations as well as in Sheriff’s patrol cars. Funding will be through a Homeland Security Grant. “The systems capture a contextual photo of the vehicle, an image of the license plate, the […]

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Death Valley National Park Partners With BLM on Non-native Burro Gather Beginning April 25 

  DEATH VALLEY, Calif. – The National Park Service will be working with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to gather non-native burros from remote areas of Death Valley National Park from April 25 through mid-May 2022. Visitors to Death Valley National Park may experience traffic delays of up to 4 hours on a limited […]

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