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American Legion and Auxiliary to Post Flags – PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

The American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary Post118 with the local VFW will begin posting U.S. flags on Main Street and Line Street at 8:00 a.m. Friday Nov. 11. Volunteers are always welcome. There will be a memorial ceremony 11:00 a.m. at the Pioneer Commentary on West Line Street. The public is invited to attend.

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PRESS RELEASE – Decisions Made on Proposed Stovepipe Wells Improvements 

DEATH VALLEY, Calif. – The National Park Service (NPS) has released its decision in the Environmental Assessment of proposed improvements in Stovepipe Wells and surrounding areas. The proposed actions include upgrades and changes to utilities, roads, parking areas, campgrounds, and buildings. The original proposal to remove Stovepipe Wells Airstrip was not included in the decision […]

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PRESS RELEASE – INYO COUNTY YOUTH MUSCLE THEIR WAY INTO NATIONAL AWARENESS EFFORT

    Approximately 100 students in Independence and Bishop will soon be wrapping up a physical fitness challenge meant to raise awareness about mental health and substance abuse challenges faced by U.S. veterans when they return from the battlefield. For the second year in a row, Inyo County Veterans Service Officer Gordon Greene has partnered […]

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PRESS RELEASE FROM INYO COUNTY – Supervisors Laud Friends of Lone Pine Airport

I   INDEPENDENCE – The Inyo County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday praised the work of the fledgling Friends of Lone Pine Airport to revitalize the Southern Inyo aviation facility and bring visiting pilots to the area. Anna Schaad Montgomery, a founding member of Friends of Lone Pine Airport, treated the Board to a slideshow […]

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Short Term Rentals Back on Inyo Supervisors’ Agenda – Report From Deb Murphy

Inyo County’s wide open spaces, allure to tourists and lack of affordable housing have created a conundrum when it comes to Short Term Rentals (STRs). What could have been a no-brainer continues to be a headache. The Board of Supervisors dealt with the latest headache at last week’s meeting. On the table now are the […]

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PRESS RELEASE FROM CALTRANS – State Route 190 Over Towne Pass to Remain Closed Through Mid-November

INYO COUNTY – Emergency repair work on State Route 190 over Towne Pass in Death Valley National Park will continue through the end of October and into mid-November. Caltrans has been working for more than a month to reopen the full length of the highway after large sections of it were devastated by flash floods and […]

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Inyo County COVID-19 Update 10/26/22

Inyo County Public Heath, in partnership with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), is offering more protection for you and your littlest family members with a Friday afternoon & evening clinic. Walk-ins welcome, appointments are strongly encouraged. To make an appointment, click the image above Food Truck from: 1:30 pm to 6:30 pm El […]

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COMMUNITY EVENT FROM CALTRANS – Caltrans to Host Free Dump Day at the Bishop-Sunland Landfill and the Big Pine Transfer Station 

  What: Caltrans is hosting a free dump day Saturday, November 5, at the Bishop-Sunland Landfill and the Big Pine Transfer Station. Trash loads should be sorted and properly tarped before transporting to the transfer station. Dump Day events are organized to further the Caltrans goal of keeping our highways litter-free as part of the […]

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FROM DEB MURPHY – Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District Takes a New Approach in Legal Battle with LADWP

  The Superior Court ruling last month did not mark the end of the dispute between Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power over dust controls on Owens Lake. The beat goes on. From a simplified, but confirmed, interpretation of the ruling, the penalties levied by […]

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