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Schools closing in Inyo and Mono Counties Over Corona Virus Concerns

(Updated Monday, March 16 at 11:00 am) This is what we know so far: “Out of an abundance of caution…”is the phrase that begins the communications to parents from both Bishop Union High School in Bishop, Owens Valley Unified School District and Mammoth Unified School District in Mammoth Lakes, that the schools are closing. Student […]

 
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AmeriGas Donates $12,000 to Mono and Inyo County Schools

MAMMOTH LAKES, CA., November 13, 2019 – AmeriGas announced this week the donation of a total of $12,000 to schools in Mono and Inyo, CA, counties as part of its School Days program. The funds can be used to purchase items for any school-related need including books, computers, sports equipment, band equipment, art materials and […]

 
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Pictured from left to right, starting at the back: (Group Picture)

Eric Butner, Phil McDowell, Ed Morse, Nancy Hardy, Wynne Benti, Will Richmond

2nd Row:

Ramona Delmas, Pastor Matt McPhee, Ellen Siegel, Pastor Erin Maddox McPhee, Rick Litman

Kneeling down:

Tom Hardy, Kammi Foote, Sunrise Rotary President, Sue Lyndes, noon Rotary President, Jeff Griffiths

Photos by Pat Nahin

Bishop Rotary Clubs keep on giving

Press release October 21st, Rotary Clubs of Bishop presented a “big check” in the amount of $9000.00 to Pastor Matt McPhee to help purchase a new commercial range with burners, griddle and 2 ovens for The Bishop First United Methodist Church. A separate legal check was given to the Pastor! Rotarian Ed Morse has been helping […]

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Kids are back in school – exercise caution

The following is a press release from the Bishop Police Department: Are you ready for the school year to begin? Even if you don’t have children in school, Bishop Police are asking you to drive safely as the kids will be back in session. During this time, Bishop Police officers will conduct high-visibility traffic enforcement […]

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