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Bishop Broncos Wrestling Team Crowned League Champions!!!

Bishop Wrestling Team Crowned League Champions!!! Results on Tournament and Matches Held January 9, 2023 Bronco Broncos Varsity Traveled to Silverado High School for the Adrian Amaro Scholarship Tournament. All wrestlers performed well. Varsity Wrestlers:  John Drew 145 lbs.                                 […]

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“When Will This All End?” Watching the Weather – Report by Deb Murphy

When one is frustrated by weather and spends far too much time checking the National Weather Service website to see if the forecasters have changed their minds, it’s time to check with our weather guru, Dennis Mattinson. While Mattinson couldn’t satisfy the burning question (“when will this end?”), he did provide an explanation in layman’s […]

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Bishop Broncos JV Basketball Team Comes Away With Win at California City

Update from last night 1/10/23 game in Cal City. Bishop Broncos traveled to California City for their 4th league game of the season and came away with the victory 60-48. It was a hard fought first half with Bishop taking the lead into halftime 26-20. Coming out in a 1-3-1 press to start the 3rd proved the […]

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Inyo County Administrator Goes High-Tech With On-Line Project-Tracking for 2023-24 Budget – Report from Deb Murphy

  Anyone who has ever tried to compile a to-do list would appreciate the effort Inyo County Administrative Officer Nate Greenberg put into the County’s project portfolio presented at last week’s Board of Supervisors meeting. Prior to his job as Inyo’s CAO, Greenberg was Mono County’s director of information technology; he is now bringing that […]

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CA 2023 Law Changes

The Traditional, but Abbreviated, List of Esoteric 2023 Law Changes – Report from Deb Murphy

    Local news winds down around the holidays, leaving the media with the challenge of filling news gaps. Government entities help out with the annual ritual of listing changes in laws, some of which most people didn’t even know were laws. This year, a few stand out. First and foremost, especially for the small […]

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Mammoth Nordic Skiers 2022

Mammoth Nordic Skiers Shine in Early Season Competition

  Full sunshine and cold temperatures prevailed as the Mammoth Nordic Race Team competed in the season’s first competition over the weekend of December 17-18. Two events were held at Auburn Ski Club, which hosted the Junior National Qualifier and U-14 and under races. Attending clubs were Tahoe XC, Sugar Bowl Academy, Auburn Ski Club, […]

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Inyo County Board of Supervisors Re-thinking Cannabis Fees – Report from Deb Murphy

  As Inyo Supervisor Rick Pucci said, the County never intended to make money on cannabis cultivation operations, just break even. But they also didn’t intend to lose money. Unfortunately, that’s been the case since 2021/22, according to Ag Commissioner Nate Reade. Reade provided the grim details at last week’s Supervisors’ meeting. After subtracting the […]

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Marie Alvarado-Gil State Senate

Saturday Dec 17 – Informal Meet-and-Greet with Senator-Elect for California State Senate, District 4 Marie Alvarado-Gil

The Inyo-Mono Cattlewomen welcomes the community to a holiday gathering this Saturday, from 6-7 p.m. in the Home Economics Building at the Tri-County Fairgrounds in Bishop. The event will feature an informal meet-and-greet with Senator-Elect for California State Senate, District 4 Marie Alvarado-Gil during a family-friendly posada (a traditional Mexican holiday gathering of community).  Alvarado-Gil […]

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Inyo County Considering County-wide Business License by Deb Murphy

          According to Forbes, most California counties require business licenses. “Exceptions to this rule are most commonly found in some unincorporated areas of rural counties,” Forbes’ website states. Inyo fits that description, but County Treasurer Alisha McMurtrie introduced the possibility at the Inyo Board of Supervisors last week, including the creation […]

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Tecopa Resident Runs into Opposition For Tours of Amagosa Area, OHV Use – Revised Story

  Cynthia Kienitz’s explanation for her attraction to the Amagosa Basin probably rang true to many Inyo residents. An interior designer, she moved from Chicago to Las Vegas and then settled in Tecopa. Her reaction to Amagosa: “I thought I went to heaven.” Kienitz was before the Inyo Board of Supervisors asking that segments, totaling […]

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