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Learn About Your Wild Neighbors at Wildcare

Are you a bit “bored” by the restrictions that COVID-19 has placed on all of us? Would you like to “get out of the house,” do something that is entertaining while learning about wildlife rescue and care at the same time? You can! Sierra Wave received this press release from ESWC Director Cindy Kamler about […]

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Goodent.org Presents: Inyo Beyond the Mask | Sunday, February 14th

ONLINE FUNDRAISER – Inyo Beyond the Mask Goodent will celebrate our love for the weird, wild, and wonderful community of Inyo and beyond by inviting everyone to share poetry, songs, dance, and more on Sunday, February 14th. Now that Goodent has reclaimed The Forum Theater in Lone Pine, we’ll be hosting our first event remotely! […]

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Tri-County Fairgrounds & Event Center Receives Industry’s Top Honor

Winner of the Western Fair Association’s Prestigious Merrill Award! The Tri-County Fair has won the fair industry’s most coveted award, The Merrill Award, given by the Western Fairs Association (WFA) highlighting the Fair’s leadership and commitment to community excellence. The Fair’s Drive-In and Tailgate Entertainment Venue took home the prestigious Merrill Award during the annual […]

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Vote on Holiday Light Displays Sponsored by the Bishop Chamber of Commerce and City of Bishop

It’s time to take a drive around Bishop to see all of the beautiful holiday light displays! The Bishop Chamber of Commerce and City of Bishop are sponsoring a contest and you get to choose the winners. Visit www.bishopchamberofcommerce.com or the Bishop Chamber of Commerce Facebook Page for a list of participating locations and to […]

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Great Gift Idea! The 2021 Eastern California Museum Calendar is now available

Gathering for fun and festivities has been an integral part of life in Inyo County for more than 150 years. Parades, parties and picnics have been enjoyed by groups of county residents as a way to celebrate notable occasions, mark annual events or simply to enjoy each other’s company.  Sports and outdoor adventures have also […]

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Help keep the lights on at Panamint Springs Resort

A GoFundMe Account has been set up for Panamint Springs Resort, familiar to almost everyone who enters visits Death Valley National Park The COVID-19 Pandemic has been really tough on small businesses everywhere, but none more so than businesses located in rural counties and in resort towns near our national parks. Panamint Springs, a rustic […]

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Mono Arts Council (MAC) Fundraising Kickoff – Now More Than Ever

A Message from MAC: Support the Arts! Mono Arts Council (MAC) is kicking off our first ever major fundraising campaign on #GivingTuesday. Now through June 30th, 2021, we are raising $250,000 to establish key programs, support some of our most beloved programs, and build a strong foundation for the future of the arts in Mono […]

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There Will be a Mammoth Mountain this Season

The first hint at “normal” came at Wednesday evening’s Mammoth Town Council meeting. Even in the Owens Valley, signs of “normal” are the caravan of Friday evening traffic starting in early winter and checking the volume of rain in the valley against snow accumulation at the Mammoth Mountain website. While it is too early to […]

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