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Bishop Community Christmas Events

Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau Save the date!  Saturday, December 12th will bring several fun community events to celebrate the holidays at the Tri-County Fairgrounds in Bishop. First up, there will be an outdoor Christmas Crafters’ Market from Noon-4pm. Shoppers will enjoy a wide variety of unique, handmade items at the open-air […]

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BISHOP COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS EVENTS

Save the date!  Saturday, December 12th will bring several fun community events to celebrate the holidays at the Tri-County Fairgrounds in Bishop. First up, there will be an outdoor Christmas Crafters’ Market from Noon-4pm. Shoppers will enjoy a wide variety of unique, handmade items at the open-air and safely distanced event. Anyone interested in being […]

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Still No Final Decision on Mule Days

Press Release 3/26/2020- Mule Days Board In 1970, Bishop Mule Days Celebration rose from humble beginnings to bring a world-class mule show to the Eastern Sierra. We have become the premier mule show in North America. Our annual event brings visitors from all walks of life: RV enthusiasts, campers, equine enthusiasts, contestants, celebrities, fans and […]

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New location for Fourth of July Celebration this year in Bishop

Bishop Fire Chief Joe Dell announced at the Bishop City Council meeting that Fourth of July Celebrations, which have been held at the Bishop Airport for sixty-eight years, is being moved to the Eastern Sierra Tri- County Fairgrounds and Events Center. Dell noted that, with the future arrival of commercial air service to the Bishop […]

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Planning under way for Spring Job Fair

Press release The Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with the Tri-County Fairgrounds and several local businesses to host the second annual Spring Job Fair on Saturday, May 4th.  The event is designed to connect private and public sector employers with the best local candidates. The job fair will be held in the […]

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18th annual Altrusa Art Sale this Saturday

Press release Coming to the Tri County Fairgrounds is the 18th Annual Altrusa Art Sale and is only one of many activities scheduled for the fairgrounds on Satur­day, October 1st. Join the ladies of Altrusa as they host artists from Inyo and Mono Coun­ties. Congratulations to Gina Webber, this years “featured artist.” Gina has been […]

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’20-Mule Team of Death Valley’ event Tuesday in Bishop

Press release Just in time for Mule Days, The Friends of the Eastern California Museum continue the celebration of Inyo County’s 150th birthday with another presentation in their popular Sesquicentennial speaker series. On Tues May 24, at the Tri-County Fairground’s Charles Brown Auditorium, an hour long program…”The 20-Mule Team of Death Valley” will be presented […]

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Sally Symons to serve 270-day jail sentence

Beginning Thursday, Sally Symons will begin serving her 270-day sentence for misappropriation of government funds during her tenure as chief executive officer for the Tri-County Fairgrounds. Superior Court Judge Dean Stout handed down the sentence, part of Symons’ agreed disposition, Monday at the Bishop Courthouse. Symons has already paid the $9,860 restitution. She will be […]

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Sally Symons: ‘An open letter of apology’

Letter to the community from Sally Symons February 9, 2016 Dear Eastern Sierra Community, As some of you may know I recently plead guilty to misappropriating public funds from the Tri-County Fairgrounds. I want to apologize for taking that money from the fairgrounds. I have betrayed the trust of this community, my friends, colleagues, business […]

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Sally Symons pleads guilty to misappropriation of funds

Press release from Inyo County District Attorney’s Office Sally Ann Symons entered a plea of guilty today to a felony violation of Penal Code section 424, misappropriation of government funds. The charge alleged that the misappropriation took place between August, 2014 and September, 2015, while Ms. Symons served as the Chief Executive Officer for the […]

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