Join Us This Week As Sierra Wave Presents – The Exciting “The Beginning of All Times”

This week Sierra Wave Presents ‘THE BEGINNING OF ALL TIMES’ from The National Science Fiction Radio Theater.  A funny most inventive sci-fi comedy audio program.   The story takes you from the pre-beginning of the Universe to a 1983 classroom where we join Gloria and Marilyn, two frustrated coeds at the Hazel Herman’s Jr. College of […]

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Bishop School District Board Meeting

Barry Simpson, Inyo County Superintendent of Schools, started off last Thursday’s Bishop school board meeting with a request for decorum and respect, following a contentious August meeting on state-mandated masks. His ask seemed to have an impact. Those who addressed the board arguing against masks, COVID testing, vaccines and even Critical Race Theory, a class […]

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DMATT’s Weather

TUE SEP 21 2021 4:04 AM PDT    SYNOPSIS:  Continued cooler today, some 5 degrees below last Tuesday’s highs. But as high pressure builds in from the EPAC, things will warm up a bit. Still not bad compared to most of this Summer. As the week progresses, by Thursday, we have another Northerly focused trough approaching the Great […]

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Mono County Health Dept. Closes Mammoth Middle and High Schools

MONO COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT Public Health Officer Order: Ordering the Temporary Closure of Mammoth Unified School District’s Mammoth High School and Mammoth Middle School for In-Person Instruction P.O. BOX 3329, MAMMOTH LAKES, CA 93546 PHONE (760) 924-1830 • FAX (760) 924-1831 September 20, 2021 WHEREAS, a state of emergency has been declared by the State […]

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Increase in Covid-19 Cases Results In Lack of Staffing Causing The Temporary Closure of Mammoth Middle and High Schools

Increase in COVID-19 Cases Results in Lack of Staffing to Support In-Classroom Instruction September 20, 2021 – Dr. Richard O. Johnson, Acting Public Health Officer for Mono County, has issued a Local Health Order (Order) requiring the closure of in-person instruction at Mammoth Middle School and Mammoth High School due to an outbreak of positive […]

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BUHS Football Canceled for September 24th

 Unfortunately, due to limited players available, we will have to cancel both the varsity and JV football games slated for September 24 versus RIM of the world. After a long conversation with Rim of the World’s head coach we have mutually decided not to play this week. The decision was not made lightly and all player’s safety was considered. […]

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Bishop’s City Council Highlights – Proclamations, Bishop PD, City Vehicles

Bishop’s City Council meeting started out with proclamations recognizing and honoring the Hispanic and Native American communities in the Bishop area: the month of September 15 through October 15 was proclaimed Hispanic Heritage Month; September 24 was Proclaimed California Native American Day, a tradition begun by Gov. Culbert Olson in 1939. The first policy item […]

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Harmful Algae Blooms Detected in Deadman Creek, observed in Hummingbird and Odell Lakes

Recent testing yielded positive results for small amounts of toxic algae in Deadman Creek and visual observations made at Hummingbird and Odell Lakes in the 20 Lakes Basin may indicate toxic algae is also present in these two lakes. Toxic algae may exist in other sites on the forest. Toxins are concentrated within the algal […]

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Suspected Drunk Driver Hits Bishop School Bus

On 09/16/21 at approximately 1:44 PM, a Bishop Unified School District school bus, loaded with multiple school aged children, was traveling in the slow lane of northbound US-395 near Jay Street in Bishop. At the same time, Christopher Rufener of Mohave Valley, AZ, was driving a 2017 Chevrolet Colorado pickup, in the fast lane of […]

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