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Houck New VP of Finance and Administrative Services at Cerro Coso

  Cerro Coso Community College announced Dr. Chad Houck has been approved by the Kern Community College District Board of Trustees to serve as the new Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services, effective July 1, 2022.  He replaces VP Couch who will assume her new role of Budget Analyst. Dr. Houck joined the Cerro Coso Community College administration as the Dean of Instruction […]

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Inyo 350 Scholarship Winner

2022 Scholarship Awarded to Karina Garibay-Solorio

INYO350 is proud to have presented Karina Garibay-Solorio with our first annual Sustainable Careers Scholarship of $2,000. The intent of the scholarship is to encourage and assist local graduating high school students in their pursuit of an education and career that will help improve the environment and address issues of global climate change. Karina has an […]

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Bishop Police Department Officers Called to Middle School on June 7, 2022

  Officers of the Bishop Police Department were called to Bishop Middle School regarding threats toward a staff member through social media and text messages. The incident was investigated and based on the outcome, a 13-year-old suspect who is a student at the school was identified as the person making threats toward a staff member. […]

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California Rebuilding Fund – Affordable, Long-Term Recovery Loans Open For 2022

Get Help For Your Small Business:  The California Rebuilding Fund is a loan program designed to help California’s small businesses access the funding they need, including those located in economically distressed areas of the state. The loans are flexible, transparent and are designed to help businesses access the financing and advisory services they need to get […]

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Elm and Hobson Streets in Bishop Get a 4-Way Stop Sign

  The tree-lined intersection of Hobson and Elm streets in Bishop has that comfortable, Americana look to it—older, well-kept, neatly landscaped homes with a quirky 35-foot offset as Elm crosses Hobson. The only problem, as presented at Monday’s Bishop City Council meeting: kid’s use the route to walk to all three Bishop schools where Elm […]

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Bishop Sunrise Rotary Accepting Applications for the Club’s Annual Scholarship Program

  The Bishop Sunrise Rotary Club is accepting applications for the club’s annual scholarship program. Graduating high school seniors continuing on to university, college or trade/vocational schools are encouraged to apply. To find out more information and to access the application, visit Applications are due Sunday, April 24, 2022. The online application can be […]

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Big Pine Unified School District Kindergarten Enrollemt

Big Pine Elementary School Kindergarten Round-Up To Be Held April 20, 2022

BIG PINE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN ROUND–UP  to be held Wednesday, April 20th Time: 4:00 – 5:30pm  at Big Pine Elementary  Open to all children age 5 by September 1st, 2022 for Kindergarten And for all children age 5 by February 2nd, 2023 for Transitional Kindergarten  Kindergarten enrollment packets will be available for you in the […]

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Bishop UHS Band and Choir to Hold Fundraisers to Attend Music In The Parks Competition in April 2022

  In May of 2019, Bishop UHS Band & Choir went to competition. At that competition, we did well. Band took first place in their category, the Honor Choir took 2nd in theirs, Jazz Band took first in their category. Our biggest win was the Esprit de Corps award, which we received for our respectful […]

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HSMS Colts In Motion Are Champions!

The Colts in Motion traveled to Jurupa Valley High School to go to a Sharp International competition on Saturday, March 19th.  Colts in Motion brought 45 students and performed in 32 routines.  We placed first in every division and were the overall division champions.  We would like to thank Home Street Middle School, our parents, […]

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State Champs

Coleville Lady Wolves Score State Championship

The Mono Board of Supervisors approved a special proclamation at its March 8 meeting, honoring the Coleville High School Lady Wolves basketball team, crowned Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association Division 1A champions in Las Vegas February 26. The Lady Wolves ended the season with a 22-2 overall record and 8-1 in league, defeating the Pyramid Lake […]

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