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2020 election

Meet the Candidate: Tushar Raman Oza Running for Seat on Big Pine Unified School District Board of Trustees.

(rev. 9/27/20) Tushar Raman Oza has over 25 years of teaching experience and has taught various subjects at Universities, colleges, and organizations internationally. He has actively presented at various state, regional, national, as well as international academic conventions and conferences. Tushar has actively served in trade associations as well as educational organizations coordinating trade shows, […]

 
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Responding to the Census Will Help Plan Health Care Programs in Mono County for the Next Decade

(US Census – July 13,2020) MONO COUNTY! BE COUNTED! MAKE A DIFFERENCE! As of today, only 19.1 percent of Mono County households have responded to the 2020 Census. The statewide average is 63.2 percent. Results from the 2020 Census underway now will help local and state officials plan funding for Mono County health care services […]

 
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Junior Livestock Auction in Bishop Starting Tuesday, June 23 Through Friday, June 26

Starts on June 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm SAVE THE DATE! The Junior Livestock Online Auction at the Tri-County Fairgrounds will be June 23-June 26. That’s right, it will run for 4 days! All market animals will be sold online. You can now buy an animal from the comfort of your home. If you’re not […]

 
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As of June 18 – State of Inyo Roads and Campgrounds: What’s Open? Closed?

With the July 4th weekend on the horizon, many travelers planning to go camping are still finding it hard to get information on which campgrounds are open, which are closed, and when will those still closed, be opened. (From USFS) More campgrounds are opening in the Lee Vining Canyon, Rock Creek, Bishop Creek, and Whitney […]

 
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UPDATE! Inyo County to expand COVID-19 testing for Online appointments to Bishop and Lone Pine sites

Inyo County to expand COVID-19 testing for Online appointments now available at Bishop and Lone Pine testing sites UPDATE INYO COUNTY, CA, June 10, 2020: Inyo County Public Health is opening two new community-based testing sites (CBTS) to expand COVID-19 testing for Inyo County residents, supported by the California Department of Public Health and in […]

 
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Inyo County Loses Court Case on Environmental Laws in Seeking to Take L.A.’s Land And Water Rights

LADWP News (June 8, 2020) -Department of Water and Power News site. [CAUTION: Please take note that “LADWPNews.com” is literally one of the department’s websites. What is presented in the following News Release does not represent the views or opinions of the County of Inyo or of the Inyo County Board of Supervisors. Hopefully they […]

 
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Local BLM Protest Detractors spread falsehoods; ”Rumors were not true,” says local law enforcement

A few local detractors of the “Black Lives Matter” movement sought to sow fear and upset before protests scheduled in Bishop and Mammoth Lakes using social media platforms. The hope was apparently to “mobilize groups” to “counter the protests” and prepare locals to, in some cases, “lock and load.” Even now, days after the protests, […]

 
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FAQS For COVID-19 Fishing while in Mammoth Lakes Area

BY MEGHAN MIRANDAFISHING Although Mammoth Lakes is still asking future visitors to abide by the state’s stay-at-home order, the town is looking forward to welcoming anglers back to recreate in our beloved mountains soon. As restrictions are slowly lifted, here are the answers to some frequently asked questions about fishing in Mammoth Lakes and the surrounding […]

 
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Black Lives Matter protest was loud, energetic and full of youthful enthusiasm

The Black Live’s Matter Protest Rally that had been abruptly cancelled late Monday night because of “real threats” according to the original organizer worried about the safety of his family, friends and those that would attend, went on as planned on Tuesday morning at Bishop City Park with an estimated crowd of at least 130 […]

 
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