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Attempted Homicide in Bishop

BISHOP, CA, September 28, 2020: On Saturday, September 26 at approximately 6:00pm, (Inyo County Sheriff) deputies responded to a residence on Payahuupu Way in Bishop for a report of a stabbing. California Highway Patrol, Bishop Police Department, and Bishop Paiute Tribal Police responded to assist. Upon arrival, a male victim was outside of the residence […]

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The Heat Was On! Death Valley Set Numerous Heat Records This Summer

September 22, 2020 Press Release: Death Valley National Park,  DEATH VALLEY, CA – Over the summer of 2020, numerous heat records were broken, as the park experienced what may be some the hottest days ever recorded on Earth. This meteorological summer (June-August) had an average (day and night combined) temperature of 102.7. This makes 2020 […]

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Bishop Paiute Gas Station Reopens Convenience Store | Social Distancing and Face Coverings Still Apply

Social Distancing Guidelines Continue to Apply August 25th 2020 – Inyo County – The Bishop Paiute Gas Station will cautiously resume limited indoor operations beginning Monday, August 31st. As the Bishop Paiute Tribe’s Gas Station reopens, the most important consideration will be the health and safety of employees. Employees and patrons must exercise caution throughout […]

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Bishop Paiute Tribe Pumping Water at Reduced Capacity | Pump Failure & High-demand

Press Release from Bishop Paiute Tribe Pumping Water at Reduced Capacity. Pump Failures Prompt Mandatory Restrictions July 28th, 2020 – Inyo County – The Bishop Paiute Tribe is experiencing low water pressure reservation wide due to the high demand of water usage and minimal storage and pumping capacity. The Bishop Paiute Reservation has six drinking […]

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