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Richard ‘Dick’ Noles: 1933-2015

Services will be held at 1:00 P.M., Saturday, November 21, at the First Presbyterian Church in Bishop for long time Owens Valley resident Richard “Dick” Noles, followed by a reception in Hillis Hall. Dick passed away on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 at Northern Inyo Hospital following a year of treatment for Lymphoma Cancer. Dick was […]

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Inyo Supervisors OK Adventure Trails Project

By Deb Murphy After nearly eight years, multiple trips to Sacramento, public information meetings and nearly 10 hours of the final public hearing, the Adventure Trails passed the Inyo County Board of Supervisors Thursday evening.   What passed is a pilot program whittled down to seven routes with stringent implementation procedures. But, it passed and […]

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Update on ATV Adventure Trails Pilot Program

By Charles James The battle continues on the ATV Adventure Trails Pilot Program, slated for a public hearing before the Inyo County Board of Supervisors onJanuary 22 at 10 a.m. in Independence. Perhaps the “third time will be a charm” for the already twice-scheduled public hearing for consideration by the Supervisors to approve the project’s […]

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Inyo-Mono community gets behind Buckley Pond project

New lakes and ponds make big news in Inyo County, and so a major re-habilitation of one of the Buckley Ponds east of Bishop attracted a long list of local people, businesses and government agencies. Catherine Hurdle captured the action as contractors with heavy equipment volunteered their time and effort to haul out loads of […]

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Settlement conference for Adventure Trail lawsuit

On Friday, Inyo County lawyers and attorneys that represent environmental groups will conduct a phone conference to see where things stand with the Adventure Trails pilot program for Off-Highway Vehicles. In June, The Center for Biological Diversity and Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility sued Inyo County. The lawsuit alleges that Inyo failed to adequately consider […]

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Trout season draws attention to Lions’ good works

At the start of trout season, it seemed like the right time to remind the communities of Inyo and Mono about the work done by Bishop Lions Club to create handicapped ramps in many places of the Eastern Sierra to open the sport of fishing, birdwatching and outdoor recreation to those who may have a […]

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