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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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This Heat is…Excessive! Says US National Weather Service, Las Vegas, Nevada

US National Weather Service Las Vegas Nevada This heat is… excessive. ???? ⚠️ An Excessive Heat Watch is in effect for much of southern Nevada, southeastern California and northwestern Arizona from Saturday through Monday. ????️ Highs: 110-120F Lows: 80-90F Hydrate frequently, wear light-colored, loose-fitting clothing, limit outdoor activity to the cooler parts of the day, wear sunscreen, and […]

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MAMMOTH LAKES TOWN COUNCIL APPROVES TEMPORARY MORATORIUM ON EVICTING TENANTS

At the regular meeting of the Mammoth Lakes Town Council last week on April 15, Council adopted an urgency ordinance enacting a moratorium on evictions for tenants who have a substantial loss of income due to COVID-19. Previously, the Town Council had voted to limit evictions of tenants in commercial buildings due to any circumstances […]

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ESIA Presents Authors and Artists Winter 2020 Series kicking off Thursday 2-27

Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association Announces Authors and Artists Series’ Winter 2020 Program Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association (ESIA) is hosting the Annual Authors and Artists Series. The first program of the new year will be held in Mammoth Lakes, February 27, 2020 featuring an author talk with Joe Reidhead, author of Half Dome: The History of […]

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Congratulations to this year’s 2020 Poppy Awards Winners!

Eastern Sierra Wins Big at Visit California Poppy Awards ** This is an update by Lara Kaylor Director of Communications  Mammoth Lakes Tourism** Area agencies collectively take home three awards  Eastern Sierra, Calif. (February 24, 2020) — Earlier this month, the Eastern Sierra triumphed at Visit California’s biennial Poppy Awards contest. This competition honors the best […]

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The Maturango Museum is looking for volunteers to lead tours through Little Petroglyph Canyon in China Lake.

  The Maturango Museum is looking for volunteers to lead tours through Little Petroglyph Canyon in China Lake. On February 29th , at 8am, there will be a Petroglyph Escort and Tour Guide Training at the Maturango Museum in Ridgecrest. The Little Petroglyph Canyon is a National Historic Landmark located on federal property at the […]

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Pioneer Home Health Care Changes Administrator after 30 years.

At Thursday’s Bishop Chamber of Commerce Luncheon at the Bishop Pizza Factory, Pat West, who is retiring after 30 years with Pioneer Home Health Care, introduced her replacement, Ruby Allen, RN. PHHC was established in 1990 by West after she moved to this area from the San Fernando Valley in 1985, where she worked as […]

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Attendees lined for the scrumptious breakfast delicacies at the 2018 Hospice of the Owens Valley’s Silent Auction and Breakfast Buffet. Photo courtesy Pioneer Home Health Care.

The Hospice of the Owens Valley hosting a fundraiser in April

  One of the programs that the local non-profit Pioneer Home Health Care provides to the community of Bishop is hospice service, provided through its program, the Hospice of Owens Valley. When someone you love has an advanced life-limiting illness, a hospice team can offer options to maximize comfort and maintain dignity. A hospice treats […]

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Journeying with the Round Valley Mule Deer Free Event

The Eastern Sierra Land Trust and Tim Taylor with CA Department  of Fish & Wildlife to Host Mule Deer Migration Corridor Field Trip on March 7th, 2-4p.m. At this time of year, when food and shelter become scarce in the winter, Mule Deer migrate to warmer areas often at lower elevations. Twice each year, the […]

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Free Tax Help through April 15th

Well, it is that time of the year  which most Americans fear: Tax Time! The AARP Foundation Tax Aide Programs in Bishop and Mammoth are using IRS-certified volunteers to prepare federal and state tax returns online, without charge to low and moderate income residents. In Bishop at the Northern Inyo Hospital Birch Street Annex, appointments […]

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