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A look back at Wedding of the Waters
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City
probe
report
done
Travelogue
At the
bottom
of the
world
Document clears
City Councilman
Pecsi, City
Administrator
Tatum
Two Bishop
couples make
their way
to Antarctica
By Terrance Vestal
Managing Editor
A final report regarding an
investigation into allegations
of misconduct and mismanagement determined that
nearly all 30 charges were
unfounded.
The investigation stemmed
from a Letter of No
Confidence against now
retired Bishop Police Chief
Chris Carter that included
allegations against Carter,
City Councilman Joe Pecsi
and City Administrator Jim
Tatum.
The city then hired the
firm Norman A. Traub
Associates to conduct a personnel investigation to determine the facts and circumstances alleged in and surrounding the letter.
The final report determined that all of the allegations against Pecsi, and
Tatum were unfounded.
The final report also determined that with two exceptions all allegations against
Carter were either unfounded
or exonerated. The report
defines “exonerated” as “the
act or acts, which provided
the basis for the allegations
occurred, however, the investigation revealed they were
justified, lawful, and proper.”
The allegation that Carter
had on two occasions used
inappropriate language in
dealing with police officers
was sustained, meaning the
investigation disclosed sufficient evidence to prove the
allegation.
The additional allegation
that Carter failed to facilitate
firearms qualifications to all
sworn personnel on a quarterly basis as required by policy also was sustained.
With respect to the firearms qualification allegation,
the Bishop Police Department
is taking steps to ensure policy compliance, according to a
See findings E Page 5
INDEX
Calendar............ 8
Classifieds........ 12
Faces................. 11
History............... 17
Mtn. Report.....18
Sports............... 19
TV Listings.......... 8
Weather............. 2
QUOTE OF THE DAY
“For every minute you
are angry, you lose sixty
seconds of happiness.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Vol. 146, Issue 31
Register Staff
Editor’s note: When Ted
and Terry Erlwein invited Bill
Bjorkland and Gayle
Rosander on a planned trip to
Antarctica, it resulted in the
two couples traveling but on
separate trips. The desire to
see unique aspects provided
by the Expedition company
meant the couples had similar
but entirely unique experiences. This is the first part of a
two-part story of their journey.
Ted and Terry Erlwein get ready to hunker down for the night,
camping without a tent in Antarctica. They slept in fleece-lined
mummy bags tucked inside bivvy bags. “We were warm
enough, but it was so tight we couldn’t turn over,” Ted Erlwein
said.
Photo courtesy Ted Erlwein
Ted and Terry Elwein
A search for a special
birthday trip led to the trip of
a lifetime for one Bishop couple.
See journey E Page 2
Hometown girl gives back to community
BUHS alum
completes
internship
at Bishop
Elementary
By Kristina Blüm
Register Staff
If anything can be said of
Kylee French, it is that she
has a heart for children.
French, a lifelong Bishop
resident, just completed her
internship at Bishop
Elementary School and will be
graduating with her master’s
degree in speech pathology in
May.
“I love helping all the little
kids,” French said, “They are
so cute and they just make
my day. They are always so
happy to see you and they
love playing games. Some of
them come from hard backgrounds and it makes me feel
so good to be a part of their
lives and make them feel
loved.”
French was born and
raised in Bishop. She graduated from Bishop Union High
School in 2009, then completed her undergraduate degree
in speech pathology from the
University of Nevada-Reno.
She will be graduating with
her master’s from UN-R.
As part of her degree
requirements, French had to
complete an internship and
she wanted to come back to
Bishop for this part of her
graduate program.
Landing an internship in
Bishop was no small feat.
French said there was a lot of
contact between UN-R and
Bishop Elementary and a contract had to be written to
make sure she would be able
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Kylee French, a speech pathology intern from University of Nevada-Reno, shows off the “Speech
Rainbow,” a project she led for speech therapy students at Bishop Elementary School. The Speech
Rainbow currently is on display in the first-grade hallway.
Photo by Kristina Blüm
Plans firm up for Inyo County’s 150th birthday
Politicians,
proclamations
and pies
to highlight event
Register Staff
Inyo County will mark its
150th birthday at a community celebration featuring a
moderate dash of pomp and
circumstance, politicians
making sesquicentennial
proclamations and a cavalcade of homemade pies.
An august group of the
county’s elected and appointed officials, numerous visiting dignitaries and local residents in period dress will
convene in front of the historic Inyo County Courthouse
in Independence on March 22
to officially kick off the county’s year-long sesquicentennial celebration.
The event will start at 10
a.m. when the Inyo County
Board of Supervisors open an
official meeting and work
through an agenda filled with
hearty congratulations on the
county’s milestone and a
number of guest speakers
offering a view of the recent
past and the potential future
of the county.
While the idea of attending
a board of supervisors’ meeting might not be too enticing,
the pie social featuring more
than 50 homemade pies and
plenty of ice cream that will
be held after the “official”
meeting is sure to be a hit.
One highlight of the official gathering is sure to be
the appearance of pioneering
Inyo County newspaperman
Willie Chalfant, the publisher
and editor of The Inyo
Register from 1887 to 1942.
As portrayed by
Independence resident David
Woodruff, Willie will offer
some words of wisdom about
the county he loved and
served for his entire working
life.
Also on the agenda is
Bishop resident Rob Pearce,
who will provide some
insights garnered from his
grandfather, A.A. Brierly, an
Owens Valley pioneer who
served Inyo County as an
undersheriff, deputy, superinSee county E Page 5
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2 SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016 Ted Erlwein takes part in the Polar Plunge, an Antarctic tradition. Seventy-five guests and 15 ship staff
members jumped into 33.8-degree water. They were tethered to the boat, just in case jumpers went
into shock.
Photo courtesy Ted Erlwein
journey
Continued from front page
Ted Erlwein was looking
for a unique present for his
wife, Terry, when he stumbled
on the fact that there were
expedition
cruises
to
Antarctica. These cruises, by
Quark Enterprises and other
lines, allowed passengers to
explore the wildlife, geology
and history of the Antarctic
continent. Both agreed this
needed to happen. They love
to travel internationally and
the allure of reaching the seventh continent was something
few could achieve.
The Erlweins drove to Los
Angeles on Jan.20 to begin the
adventure of a lifetime.
From LAX the two traveled
to Buenos Aires to Ushuaia,
the southernmost town in the
world at the tip of Argentina.
From there, the Erlweins
boarded the Ocean Endeavour,
which is only 451 feet long
and carries a maximum of 199
passengers. Compare that to
the largest cruise ships on the
sea, which are 1,187 feet long
and carry more than 6,000
passengers.
Another difference, Ted
Erlwein pointed out, is that
Quark Expedition ships carry
a crew of experts – an ornithologist, a glaciologist, a geologist, two marine biologists, a
historian and numerous other
experts to provide the passengers insights into their experiences on the voyage.
The first challenge of the
cruise was crossing the Drake
Strait, 600 miles of historically
the roughest seas in the world.
Winds can gust up to 70 mph
and the waves can reach 30
feet. In the past, other adventure cruise ships similar to the
Ocean Endeavor have had to
turn back because of those
conditions. Luckily for the
Erlweins, the weather was
unusually mild and there was
only one time crossing the
Drake where there were waves
higher than 10 feet.
Erlwein said the Expedition
leader was responsible for
determining the daily schedule. There were about 20 different ships in along the
Antarctic coast and South
Shetland Islands and it was
her mission to manage the
outings so as not to have two
ships doing the same thing.
The Erlweins said they only
saw three other vessels in
passing during the entire
cruise.
All activities were based on
weather and ice so the
Expedition leader explained
the days as, “We wake up and
eat, then we go somewhere
and do something fun, then
we eat again, then we go somewhere else and do something
else fun, then we sit back and
have a briefing and then we
eat again and drink wine!”
Given that agenda, it was not a
normal cruise of relaxation
and stage shows.
First stop, after two days
crossing the Drake was to sail
below the Antarctic Circle, an
achievement attained by very
few and the Expedition staff
said some of
its recent
attempts had been thwarted
by ice.
Erlwein said it was especially unique for the couple
since they traveled above the
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GAR-i-suhn FIN-ish
noun:
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examples:
<The spectators leaped to their feet as the gray colt raced
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<I wanted to scream when Mom had a Garrison finish in
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Etymologist think Garrison’s finish was so memorable
that people began using theterm “Garrison finish” as a
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AT A
GLANCE
Jury duty
INDEPENDENCE – The jury
panel summoned for
Superior Court on Monday
has been canceled. Those
summoned for jury duty do
not need to appear.
Aladdin
INDEPENDENCE – The Owens
Valley School will present
the Missoula Children’s
Theatre production of
“Aladdin,” at 3 p.m. March
12, in the school gym. Adult
admission is $5.00, and
children under 18 are free.
Girl Scout cookies will be
sold before and after the
performance. Call (760)
878-2405 for more information.
Felici Trio Concert
MAMMOTH – Chamber Music
Unbound will present the
Felici Piano Trio with guests
Emma Votapek playing the
viola and Mark Votapek
playing the cello, in a concert titled, “Rennaissance
Men,” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday
at Cerro Coso College,
Mammoth Lakes. The concert also will be presented
at Cerro Coso in Bishop at 4
p.m. Sunday.
Tickets are available at
the Booky Joint, the Inyo
Council for the Arts, online
at chambermusicunbound.
org, or at the door, $20 for
adults, $15 for seniors, and
$7 for students.
Wildlife Volunteers
BISHOP – Eastern Sierra
Wildlife Care is looking for
new volunteers.
A free orientation meeting will be held at 1 p.m.
March 20, at the
Imagination Lab, 621 W.
Line St., Bishop.
Eastern Sierra Wildlife
Care is a rehabilitation center that helps hundreds of
injured and orphaned wild
birds and mammals each
year.
New volunteers will learn
how to rescue and transport
injured animals. Call (760)
872-1487 to reserve a
space.
Cancer Week
BISHOP – Bishop Unified
School District is running a
district wide “Students
Supporting Cancer
Awareness” campaign
between March 7 and March
18. During this two week
period, there will be many
wild wacky, fun, and creative activities on all campuses to help raise money
and awareness of cancer.
On Friday, a “Shine on
the Sierra Luminary Walk”
will be held at the BUHS
track. The public is invited
to join the students for the
walk. Registration begins at
6:15 p.m. with the walk to
follow at 7 p.m.
Rotary Int. Fest
BISHOP – The Sunrise Rotary
Club of Bishop will host its
annual Rotary International
Fest at 5 p.m. March 19 at
the Home Economics
Building at the Tri-County
Fairgrounds in Bishop.
This is a community dinner and dance and everyone
is welcome. For more information, call (760) 920-6616.
STEP Foundation
BISHOP – The Round Valley
School STEP Foundation will
hold its annual fundraising
dinner at Yamatani, 5 p.m.
March 13.
This Japanese style dinner will be $25 per person.
To make reservations, call
(760) 872-4801.
St. Patty’s Dinner
LONE PINE – The Lone Pine
VFW Post No. 8036
Auxiliary will host its annual St. Patrick’s Day dinner
from 4:30 - 7 p.m. March
17.
The menu will include
traditional corned beef and
cabbage, green salad, homemade rye rolls, and desert,
all for a $13 donation. The
Lone Pine VFW post is located at 481 S. Main St. in Lone
Pine.
SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016 3
journey
Continued from front page
Arctic Circle when they lived
in Alaska so they can say
they’ve been north of one
and south of the other.
Each day, the passengers
participated in either a
Zodiac cruise, 10 per boat
with the driver/guide, or
landing on a specific site.
The Erlweins said that when
two groups were doing a
Zodiac cruise, the other two
were doing a landing. Then
the groups switched so
everybody got to experience
the same excursions.
Experiencing the first
Zodiac
cruise
around
Andresen Island gave them
sight of their first penguin
colony.
“It was amazing,” they
said, “to see the penguins in
their native habitat; to see
the chicks, and to learn about
their life cycles from the
guides. Everybody looks at
penguins and says, how cute.
Now we were looking at
Adelie penguins and discussing them with the experts.”
Leaving the Adelie colony,
they cruised through rugged
icebergs to discover crabeater seals lying on the ice.
The second day of the
adventure brought the first
landing on Antarctica and
walking around a Gentoo
penguin colony. Expedition
staff members always prelanded and set up boundaries so the wildlife was not
disturbed. There was always
a 15-foot rule – not to get
any closer. But as the Erlweins
noted, if a traveler stopped
in one spot for long enough,
the penguins would actually
approach.
The Expedition staff members were conscientious
about maintaining the purity
of the environment so all
passengers had to decontaminate their boots before
leaving the Endeavour and
again when they returned.
And, the only things allowed
ashore was camera gear and
a small water bottle. Nothing
was left on shore to the
point that the excursion
would be cut short if nature
called.
Each evening, after the
two daily excursions, the
Expedition staff gathered
with all the passengers for a
briefing. The experts would
provide more insights into
the birds, penguins, seals,
whales or history of the area
from that day. Additionally,
there were two staff photographers on board to help the
passengers on how to better
capture the moments they
were experiencing.
There were optional activities passengers could participate in such as stand-up
paddle boarding or kayaking. The Erlweins chose to
camp on Antarctica for a
night. As they described it,
“We had a fleece liner inside
a mummy bag inside a bivvy
bag and had two pads under
us. It was definitely warm
enough but there wasn’t a
lot of room to move
around.”
The couple said they subjected themselves to the elements like that for good
reason. With two more continents to explore, they could
say they’ve slept on all seven
continents. And as they lay
there on the snow, they could
see
penguins
walking
amongst the campers.
In addition to the camping excursion, Ted took part
in the Polar Plunge. Seventyfive passengers and 15 of
the staff actually jumped
into 33.8-degree water. As
Ted said, “Once you hit the
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A crabeater seal chills on the ice in Antarctica.
water, it takes you about two
milliseconds to get out!” All
the plungers had a belt on
and were tethered just in
case the shock of the cold
caused any issues.
A few of the landings
allowed them to see some of
the research stations located
in Antarctica. While they
couldn’t go inside the station structures, the Erlweins
said it still was amazing to
see the desolate conditions
where the researchers spent
months away from mainstream civilization.
Ted and Terry say it’s
hard to fully explain the
enormity of what they saw
and experienced.
“It truly is another world,
alone, desolate, and rugged
nature. Seeing the different
species of penguins and their
chicks, many varieties of seabirds, different types of seals
and species of whales, the
expedition staff provided
insights into the interaction
and interdependence among
the species.”
Seeing the glaciers calving
and the massive icebergs
floating by, they said they
felt dwarfed by it all.
Their final landing was in
Whaler’s Bay on Deception
Island, a deserted whaling
station with much of the
equipment still standing,
rusting and dilapidated. As
they walked among the ruins,
a storm came in quickly and
the Expedition staff braved
waves and wind to get them
into the Zodiacs and back to
the Endeavour.
“The waves crashed over
the bow,“ they said. “And it
was a challenge to get back
on the ship gangway. The
gangway staff timed moving
each passenger with the
waves. They gave a pull and
you might land on the first
or the fourth step of the
platform!”
As they sailed away from
the Shetlands, the Drake
Strait was again forgiving
and the voyage back to
Ushuaia was on calm seas.
They are back in Bishop but
sit in awe as they look at the
pictures, videos and talk
Photo by Ted Erlwein
Adelie penguins dive into the water from Paulet Island in Antarctica.
Photo by Ted Erlwein
A leopard seal rests on the ice in Paradise Cove, near where the Ocean Endeavor is anchored by a
glacier.
Photo by Ted Erlwein
with new friends made on
the voyage, the voyage of a
lifetime to the seventh continent at the bottom of the
world.
(Have you been on an
exotic journey lately? Do you
have lots of pictures? We
want to hear from you. Call
Managing Editor Terrance
Vestal at (760) 873-3535 and
tell him about it.)
The Inyo Register
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SATURDAY, mARch 12, 2016
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The ‘agrarian wilderness:’ freedom, adventure and solitude
By Michael loughman
As soon as Europeans
arrived on the Atlantic coast
of what became the United
States, a few of them
pushed westward into the
wilderness.
There were strict rules of
behavior in the settlements,
and some, mostly young
men were eager to escape to
a place of greater freedom,
adventure, solitude and
indeed re-creation. They
could make a good living
trapping and trading furbearing animals, most
prominently beaver. For
them the wilderness was not
an obstacle, but an opportunity such as had not existed
in Europe for centuries.
One of the best accounts
of this life is Andrew
Garcia’s memoir “Tough
Trip Through Paradise.”
As settlers moved westward in the Nineteenth
Century and mineral wealth
in the western mountains
gave rise to gold and silver
“rushes,” a sparse minority
of “prospectors” with little
prospect of wealth explored
the desert and mountain
wilderness.
For them it was a lifestyle.
Then ranchers in the valleys took their cattle and
sheep to the higher elevations to escape floods
(1862), drought (1864) and
summer heat. This too
became a lifestyle. A beautiful alpine basin southwest
of Bishop commemorates
one of these ranchers herding in the high country in
the 1870s, Frank Dusy.
Trappers, prospectors
and ranchers had free
access to the land because
Top of The Morning
guesT ColuMnisT
with few exceptions it was
public land. So also did
wealthy San Franciscans
who owned lots of sheep
and corporate loggers who
provided timber for the
mines, especially in the
Eastern Sierra, fences for
the ranchers, and houses for
a growing population.
Especially vulnerable
were the giant sequoias.
This wood was used for
fences and railroad ties.
This led to the destruction
of the largest grove, the
Converse Grove, except for
a single tree.
The sheep turned green
alpine landscapes into gray
sand, as Clarence King
described them after his
two trips to the upper Kern
River basin and Mt. Whitney
in 1864 and 1873. It took
only nine years.
I have seen the sand and
an occasional sheep picket,
which persist more than a
century later.
The damage by the loggers and the sheep led to
the creation of Sequoia and
Yosemite National Parks in
1890. More about that in a
later column.
These concerns also led
to the creation of a four million acre “forest reserve” in
the Sierra in 1893. Twelve
years later President
Theodore Roosevelt and forester Gifford Pinchot established the U.S. Forest
Service.
On the one hand the
intention was to protect the
land and resources from
devastation.
On the other hand it was
also to allow regulated
access and utilization of the
resources.
One has to say that today
this is still a work in progress.
In the early 1920s Forest
Service wildlife specialist
Aldo Leopold worked to
prevent the building of a
low standard road through
an extensive wilderness in
the headwaters of New
Mexico’s Gila River. An
administrative decision led
to the 1100 square mile
“Gila Wilderness Area” in
1924, the beginning of the
vast system of national forest and Bureau of Land
Management wilderness preserves we have today, where
hunting and in some areas
commercial livestock grazing are still permitted today.
In earlier days the ideal
of this “agrarian wilderness”
became a cabin in a remote
mountain meadow, a place
of solitude. You might enjoy
reading Stewart Edward
White’s 1906 book, “The
Cabin.”
(Michael Loughman has
visited the Eastern Sierra to
backpack and climb almost
every year since 1954. He
trained originally as a geologist and climatologist, and
has taught at several universities. He moved to Bishop in
January, 2005.)
Significant Details
Keep an eye out for special
‘species’ of fishermen
Fishermen are a unique species.
That fact becomes apparent every spring when fishermen begin to trickle
“home,” like salmon, to their ancestral fishing grounds in the Eastern Sierra.
The early arrivals come for the Early Opener Trout Derby in Lone Pine and the
Blake Jones Trout Derby in Bishop, and easily slip into
age-old rituals that have been passed on for generations.
While all fishermen are, in general, cut from the
same cloth, there are a few highly prized sub-species.
And yes, we’re only talking about “fishermen.” The
males’ traditions are completely different from the
“secret” rituals practiced by the females of the species,
which are deftly hidden from the males.
Anyway, here’s a cheat sheet to help you identify
the most sought after “catches.”
The Fishman-Motelus is prized in all fishing towns,
Jon Klusmire
and is often known as Gold Fish. He arrives, checks
into a motel and goes out to dinner. Then to the bar.
OPINION
He stays out late and sleeps in late, wakes up and does
it all over again. Suspicions about his fishless “fishing trip” are swatted away
with three words: “catch-and-release.”
Next in the eyes of local hosts is the Campus-Cookus. He turns his nose up
at a grub box full of Hamburger Helper and Schlitz. He spends his days roaming local markets “landing” fresh steaks and chicken, fresh produce, bakery
delights, micro brews and top-shelf booze, and then cooks feasts for one and
all. He gets “take home trout” from fellow fisherman, who don’t mind trading
trout for a filet mignon dinner with roasted baby asparagus tips, baked potato,
garlic bread, flan and a nice Merlot. This one’s a coveted catch in every campground.
The next “great catch” is the Riggus-Rightus-Nowus, also known as SparkleShiny. His notable trait is wide-eyed wonder in the local tackle shop. A bad
memory seems to be another trait, since every time he turns around he goes, “I
don’t remember if I have one of these.” Since it’s better to have two than none,
he buys one. And one of those over there, and that other one, just in case, and
two of those, since they are new, right? Clutching a small box of new bait, tackle, line, leader, knives, pliers, bobbers, spinners, sinkers, lures other treasure,
he heads out, rigged and ready for anything a 10-ounce trout can throw at him.
The funniest of the stringer is Fisher-Fakus. Usually spotted in a chair by a
lake or stream, the grin and relaxed attitude is real, as is the pleasure derived
from the beautiful scenery, the outdoor setting and the camaraderie among his
fellow fisherman. But there’s no bait on his hook, since he likes fishing more
than catching.
Then there is Braggus-Biggus, known as the Chest-Puffer Fish, who has the
best gear, the best pole, the best boat, the best tackle, the best plan, the best
hat, the best stories, the best fish.
The hands-down best specimen is the Fishus-Dadus, who happily baits
hooks and casts for hours, untangles line and snags, gets sodas and snacks,
names birds and bugs and plants and peaks, and never wets a line all day. And
loves every minute of his annual fishing trip.
(Jon Klusmire of Bishop might break down and buy some bait this year.)
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SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016 5
findings
french
Continued from front page
press release from the city.
Norman
A.
Traub
Associates is an organization
of former police executives
and attorneys engaged in
workplace investigations for
local governments, special
districts and private sector
companies.
The firm hired investigator
Jeffry L. Johnson to conduct
the investigation. Johnson’s
work background includes 29
years as a police officer, retiring as a commander at Long
Beach Police Department. He
is a graduate of the FBI
National Academy and holds
both a master of public administrator degree and a juris
doctor degree. He is an attorney admitted to practice
findings and conclusions was
prepared. All relevant evidentiary items and documents
were cataloged and included
in the final investigative
report.
A final report of 623 pages
was delivered to Ryan J. Jones,
Bishop city attorney, on Feb.
23. That report analyzed 17
allegations of misconduct,
and 13 allegations of mismanagement.
Carter, Tatum and Pecsi
have been advised that the
findings noted above have
been disclosed.
The city of Bishop paid
more than $21,000 to have
the investigation conducted.
All other allegations dealt
with in the final report involve
police personnel and are con-
before all of the Courts of
California.
Johnson conducted an
extensive
investigation,
according to the city, which
included interviewing Carter
and all members of the Bishop
Police Department, Pecsi,
Tatum and all other relevant
witnesses. In all, he conducted
25 recorded interviews.
Additionally, he obtained relevant documents from witnesses and the city of Bishop.
He also researched and
reviewed all applicable Bishop
Police Department and city of
Bishop policies.
All witness interviews were
recorded and summarized in
writing. All statements and
evidence were investigated
and analyzed and a report of
fidential under California law,
according to the city. Because
the final report addressed so
many allegations, and in so
much commingled detail, it is
impossible to release any part
of the report itself without
violating California law.
Therefore, the city is legally
prohibited from releasing the
final report or from revealing
anything surrounding these
remaining personnel matters
to the public.
California law does, however, allow review of the final
report by the Inyo County
Grand Jury. As a matter of
transparency, the city of
Bishop has delivered a full
and complete copy of the
final report to the Inyo County
Grand Jury.
county
Continued from front page
tendent of schools, probation
officer, tax assessor and surveyor.
County residents are
encouraged to attend the
event in period dress, which is
easier than many think. For
example, men can achieve a
“historic look” by wearing a
long-sleeved white shirt, black
pants, dapper hat and tie.
Women only need to put their
hair up and don a long, black
skirt and white blouse to look
like a Miss or Mrs. from yesteryear. (It’s yesteryear, so Ms.
wasn’t an option. Sorry.)
Topping the list of dignitaries is state Rep. Devon
Mathis, who will be reading
the state of California’s official proclamation heaping
praise and congratulations on
Inyo County. Death Valley
National Park Superintendent
Mike Reynolds will remind the
gathering that the Park Service
shares a birthday with Inyo
County, and is celebrating its
100th year of existence. Kern
County was also formed in
1866, like Inyo, and can be
expected to contribute birthday wishes.
Mono County might be in
for some special treatment, or
at least some harmless joshing. When the California
Legislature approved Inyo
County in 1866, the northern
boundary was set just north
re
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e
Th
of Big Pine. In 1870, Inyo paid
Mono County $12,000 to
acquire the land north of Big
Pine, including Bishop, to the
current county line.
After the politicians, including the Inyo County supervisors, are done proclaiming
and exclaiming, the crowd is
invited to move to the Historic
American Legion Hall in
Independence to indulge in a
pie social. About 50 local pie
bakers will provide the homemade pies for the event, and
free pie and ice cream will be
served.
In addition, a sesquicentennial “keepsake” will be
offered to attendees. “Heritage
and Humble Pie” reveals about
56 pie recipes from expert pie
bakers from throughout Inyo
County, from Round Valley to
Death Valley. Among some of
the more interesting sounding pie recipes, are Teatart’s
Apple Butter Pie, Utterly
Deadly Pecan, Old Fashioned
Raison Pie, Custard Pear Pie
and
Almond
Crunch
Pineapple.
The booklet also contains
brief summaries and photos
highlighting some of Inyo
County’s rich history. A limited supply of the books will be
available.
For more information
about the March 22 sesquicentennial celebration, call
Rick Benson, deputy Inyo
look
t
o
n
Inyo County newspaperman Willie Chalfant, the publisher and editor of The Inyo Register from 1887 to 1942, as portrayed by
Independence resident David Woodruff, will be making an appearance at the March 22 celebration
Courtesy Eastern California Museum
County administrator, at (760)
873-7191; Jon Klusmire, director of the Eastern California
ing for recog
niti
on
…
Please submit
nominations
by Friday,
March 21st
… but
it’s time
Do You Know an ‘Unsung Hero’?
In every successful community, club or organization there are those people that just go about
doing the kinds of things that make those communities, clubs or organizations better. These are
not the folks who chair committees or head up projects, but these are the people who volunteer
to do the work behind the scenes that ensures those events or projects are all they can be.
This is not the mayor of a town, just the guy down the block who makes sure
everyone’s sidewalk is free of snow, or who happens along when you need a tow.
We call these folks Unsung Heroes, and it’s time to share their deeds with the rest of the
community in The Inyo Register’s special tribute to community: Profile, 2015-16.
This special project will take a snapshot of Inyo County in 2015, and part of that story are the
unsung heroes chosen by their neighbors for special attention.
To nominate an Unsung Hero, simply fill out this form and send it or drop it off to
The Inyo Register office at 407 W. Line St. #8, Bishop, CA 93514 by March 21, 2016.
Or feel free to e-mail the information to [email protected]
Name of your Hero_____________________________________________________
Hero’s address_______________________________ Phone_____________________
My hero is a hero because________________________________________________
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My Name_ ___________________________________________________________
Address____________________________________ Phone_____________________
The Guidelines:
Unsung Heroes must be unsung. Their works and deeds must not have been featured in the newspaper, on the radio or TV. Also, their efforts (in 2015) cannot be part of their employment or their
capacity as an elected official.
The Inyo Register will select up to 10 Heroes who will be notified and invited, along with their
nominator, family and friends, to a special reception in April 2016. The details of each Hero’s work
will appear in our special publication, Profile, 2015-16
Nominations received after 5 p.m. March 21 will not be considered. Decision of the judges is final.
Museum, at (760) 878-0258;
or Nancy Masters, county
librarian, at (760) 878-0260.
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to get the hours she needed
to complete her requirements.
“I didn’t know if we could
do it but I wanted to try
anyway,” French said. “I
missed Bishop, and I wanted to come back and give
back. A lot of people who
grew up here don’t come
back but it was nice to come
back and give back to my
hometown.”
Julie Moffett, speech and
language pathologist for
Bishop Elementary School,
said French began her
internship
at
Bishop
Elementary during a busy
time of year for the speech
and language program.
“She spent many hours
assessing children with suspected speech and language
disorders and providing
treatment for children
already in the program,”
Moffett said. “Kylee has
been more than up to the
task. She is bright and creative and has brought fresh
ideas to our therapy
room.”
French and Moffett have
worked together as a team
with the special needs students at Bishop Elementary
this past semester. Moffett
has
been
at
Bishop
Elementary for three years.
“Julie is great,” French
said, “She went to the same
school as me to get her
master’s. She’s been a super
great mentor.”
French said it is nostalgic
for her to walk down the
same halls as she did as a
Bishop Elementary School
student so many years ago.
French said she was one of
Mrs. Susan Koons’ first- and
second-grade students.
“It was really cool to see
my peers again,” French
said. “Some of the teachers
I grew up with are still here.
It makes them super happy
to see me and be able to
say, ‘she was my student.’
That has been really neat
for me.”
Looking to the future,
French said she is anticipates working with chil-
dren. She said she would
love to work in a neonatal
ICU, helping premature
infants. French explained
that speech pathologists
play a major role in the neonatal ICU because they help
the babies learn how to
swallow.
“If they can’t eat right
away, they have to be on a
feeding tube until a speech
therapist can help them
learn to eat,” French said.
French did say she is
keeping her options open,
however. She said she has
enjoyed working at Bishop
Elementary School and
would love to come back.
French said she is thrilled
to be able to give back to
the community she grew up
in.
“It is wonderful to be a
part of the community I
love and miss,” French
said.
French said her parents,
Tony and Lora French of
Bishop, have been there for
her every step of the way.
Lora French said she and
Tony are extremely proud
of Kylee.
“We’re so proud not only
for all her accomplishments, but for the person
that she has become and we
look forward to her bright
future,” Lora French said.
“We want her to know that
we love her so much. She’s
been the best thing that’s
every happened in my life
and there are no words to
express how proud I am of
her.”
Lora French said her
daughter
put
herself
through school.
“She never missed a day
of school,” Lora French said
“She loved it, she loved
learning, and I am so proud
of her. She dedicates herself
to everything she does.”
“It has been wonderful to
see the children respond to
her upbeat, friendly, and
encouraging approach to
therapy,” Moffett said. “We
will be sad to see her go but
wish her the best of luck as
she approaches the end of
her graduate program.”
The Inyo Register
6 SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016 Eastern Sierra Community Auction set for today
Several local
residents,
organizations
donate for the
charity event
Register Staff
The fifth annual Eastern
Sierra Community Auction
night is scheduled from 6:30
to 8:45 p.m. today at the First
United Methodist Church
Community Center, 205 N.
Fowler St. This will be a free evening
of desserts, appetizers, door
prizes and coffee with a live
auction and silent auction.
Organizers said the event
will feature professional auctioneer Curt Van Nest along
with Chuck Kilpatrick, who
will be master of ceremonies. Childcare is available with
a reservation and credit cards
will be accepted. The proceeds from this
event will help benefit United
Methodist Church Social
Services and this year a special donation of 10 percent of
the proceeds will be donated
to the Disabled Sports Eastern
Sierra.
The social services of the
church include the soup
kitchen, which feeds the hungry; shower ministries, which
provides hot showers to the
homeless; Friendship Center,
which provides respite care
for persons suffering from
Alzheimer’s and dementia;
Spirit of Recovery, which supports community members
recovering from drug addiction and alcoholism; and
Project for Independent
Living,
which
provides
resources for independent living for those with disabilities.
Some of the items to be
auctioned and donated by
include:
A whole lamb cut and
wrapped – Giacomini Family
Ranch
Trail ride for two – Frontier
Pack Train, Kent Dohnel
Mule Days gift basket with
tickets
–
Mule
Days
Committee
Jill Kinmont Boothe print
“First Alert” – John Boothe
Cross Fit Gym, five personal training sessions –
Eastern Sierra Athletics/
Crossfit Bishop – Nate Derr
Hand-painted
Sunday
School children’s chairs –
Marti and Bill Holton, Carol
Taylor
Concert in the Rocks and
reception, two tickets, June 4
– Lone Pine Film History
Museum
Millpond Music Festival,
two single-day tickets – Inyo
Council for the Arts
Venice Gondolier giclee
print by James Paul Brown –
Disabled Sports Eastern
Sierra
San Juanico, Mexico, five
nights lodging, air fare –
Neubauer/Jennison
Dodge Caravan, 1999 –
Bishop United Methodist
Church
Float tube, Outcast Super
Fat Cat, flippers, etc. – Martha
and Paul Williams
Handgun course, Front
Sight Nevada Mid-Week, four
day – Lynn and Greg
Lippincott
Dessert a month – Dorothy
Wilson
Salmon dinner plus stargazing – Roberta and Peter
Cummings
Carol Taylor watercolor
giclee print – Carol Taylor
Mono Inn at Mono Lake
gift certificate – Lonna
Hergert
Men and women’s 10-speed
Huffy, and Murray – In memory of Ron and Helen
Newcomb
Black Rock Jerky and
Diggin’ Your Dog Treats – Jeff
Taylor, Reno, NV
Spinet piano with tuning –
Peggy and Dick Dawson
And much more.
For more information, call
the Methodist Church office
at (760) 872-7701, e-mail
[email protected] or visit
the website www.bishopumc.
org.
Those attending tonight’s auction will be a chance to get their hands on this Venice Gondolier giclee
print by James Paul Brown, which was donated by Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra.
Photo submitted
Jeff Taylor, owner of Black Rock Jerky Company in Reno, has donated his products for the Eastern
Sierra Community Auction. Taylor’s jerky is sold locally at Manor Market. He is the son of Steve and
Carol Taylor and a Bishop native.
Photo submitted
This 1999 Dodge Caravan, donated by the Bishop United Methodist Church, will be up for auction.
Photo submitted
want to get your picture in the paper? here’s how!
eastern sierra
challenge
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Selfi
Our Next
Eastern
Sierra Selfies
page will be on
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
To participate in this challenge,
send us a Selfie taken of you:
• With a Flower, or
• With a Shamrock, or
• With a Leprechaun
• Deadline for Eastern Sierra Selfies is Friday, March 25 by 5 p.m.
• Send Selfie photos to: [email protected]
• Photos must be tasteful, must include first and last names of everyone in the
photos and please include ages of children under 18 years of age.
• Photos will not be published if they are not in good taste, do not meet
the challenges given, if they are not in focus or without identification.
You don’t need to get all 3, any one will get you on the page!
Good Luck and Have Fun!
The Inyo Register
RELIGION
7
SATURDAY, march 12, 2016
By the Creek
The aroma of Christ
One of the true graces of
God is the amazing physical
world in which we live.
Accordingly the Lord gives
us the senses by which we
appreciate that world.
Eyes to see the millions of
shapes and colors. Ears to
hear the whispers and tones.
Taste buds to savor the
savory.
Yet, perhaps one of the
senses taken most for granted is the sense of smell. What
wonderful smells fill our
world!
Fragrances which remind
us of a person; just a whiff of
the cologne my father used
to wear bathes me in memories.
Scents that draw us back
to our childhood remembrances; I remember the
smell of the fruity vitamins
wafting as I opened the bottle.
Scents that call to mind an
era; I can still recall the innocence of childhood wonder as
I inhaled the smell of freshly
baked bread as I toured the
factory in grade school.
Aromas that prompt our salivary glands to react.
Paul draws upon this
olfactory imagery as metaphor in 2 Corinthians 2:1417:
“But thanks be to God, who
always leads us in triumph in
Christ, and manifests through
us the sweet aroma of the
knowledge of Him in every
place. For we are a fragrance
of Christ to God among those
who are being saved and
Pastor Kelly Larson
Columnist
among those who are perishing; to the one an aroma from
death to death, to the other
an aroma from life to life.
And who is adequate for these
things? For we are not like
many, peddling the word of
God, but as from sincerity, but
as from God, we speak in
Christ in the sight of God.”
The “consensus” here is
that Paul is referring to a triumphal procession of military victory.
He has been communicating about some difficulties in
Christian ministry. And, by
the way, I don’t believe this
imagery needs to be relegated
merely to the clergy, but
applies to the Body of Christ.
Yet, in the midst of trial, he
communicates that we are
allowed to walk in a celebratory march of conquest.
The picture here is of a
Roman victory parade; a
“ticker-tape” celebration soto-speak.
The conquering general is
in the lead atop his chariot,
followed by the victorious
army, followed then by the
vanquished opposition in
shackles and chains. Inserted
in this troupe is the ministerial component who swings the
censors of fragrant incense; it
floats over the procession.
We as Christians have the
very great privilege to carry
this “sweet aroma” of knowledge throughout the world.
That sweet smell filled the
nostrils of the victorious as a
reminder of that savored
position they had – the sweet
fragrance of life; yet, that
same smell was odorous in
the nostrils of the vanquished
as it represented their
impending doom. It was to
them an odor of death. It
stunk!
As we Christians walk the
aroma wafts over the body of
mankind.
To those who walk in
God’s army the smell is an
affirmation of victory in
Jesus; to those enslaved it is
the dismal indictment that
they walk in death.
Yet, who is adequate for
these things?
Verse 16 reminds us of
this humbling task to be in
this position of witness- and
thus, the following admonition. We are not to be a
“huckster” of the knowledge
of God. It is not a commodity,
it is not a Ponzi scheme; it is
not trivial, but the words of
eternal life.
Therefore, as we witness,
we are to do it “as from sincerity”. This means we are to
be authentic. It had better be
real to us, and our walks
need to be genuinely devoted
to Christ. Second, “but as
from God” communicates
that we are appointed by God
for this very task; we are
divinely commissioned to
carry the truth of God – the
knowledge of Him everywhere.
Third, we speak “in
Christ;” we have the authority
of Christ our General to
engage in such a charge.
Finally, “we speak … in the
sight of God.”
Our witness is scrutinized
in the sight of God – very
high and sober calling indeed.
“Pretty heavy Kelly. And
who is adequate for these
things?”
Exactly.
In our commissioned role
as emissaries to this world,
both the perishing and the
redeemed, we better take it
seriously, and we would do
well to lean heavily upon
God’s Holy Spirit for the
strength and wisdom to be
the sweet aroma of Christ.
(Kelly Larson is pastor at
Bishop Creek Community
Church, an Evangelical Free
Church that meets Sundays at
St. Timothy’s Anglican Church
at 700 Hobson Ave., corner of
Hobson and Keough, at 11
a.m. For more information,
call 760-872-7188 or email
www.BishopCreekCommunity.
org.)
Your unity with life
I was recently asked if I,
being a Religious Scientist,
believed in the Bible, or if I
followed the teachings of
Jesus. Within this brief article, I
hope to answer both questions for the curious, and
even for those confined by
rigid doctrines.
To begin with, I believe
that the Bible is the greatest
metaphysical book in existence. The dedicated men and
women contained in the various books gave humanity
rules to live by, and values to
attain. When it comes to Jesus
and his teachings, we find one
of the most positive and supportive advocate for humanity
that had ever walked the
earth. A positive man that can
stand in the midst of negative
and debilitating circumstances and declare, “The Father
and I are One,” and declare it
with conviction, can change
the course of life itself. Essentially, that is Religious
Science.
There is only One Mind
and that Mind is the Mind of
God and we are all using It. There is not God’s Mind
Rev. Walt Sharer
Columnist
and my mind, it is, my use of
Mind determining the direction of my life.
If we can muster the surety
and confidence of Jesus to
accomplish healings, and
overcome negativity, there
would be nothing to stand in
the way of attaining your
hopes and dreams. When Jesus stated he was
One with God, he did not
claim he was the only one. He said, “The things I have
done, you can do, and greater
things than these can you do.”
The key to attaining successful living is the wisdom
and intelligence to know and
know that you know, “You
can do all things through
Christ.”
Christ is not the last name
of Jesus. The Christ, or
anointed one, is a descriptive
name for individuals knowing
their own divinity. We are not humans dependent upon a reluctant deity,
we are spiritual beings
encased in an earth suit.
Our hopes and desires are
reflected by the way we
approach all phases of life. The difference between optimism and pessimism is a gulf
rivalling the Grand Canyon. The directions of our
thoughts change opportunities and circumstances.
Jesus knew that a positive
idea will always destroy negative conditions. Raymond Charles Barker
said it this way, “Jesus proved
the divinity of every person. He announced a positive
idea of life. It healed, resurrected, prospered and
enriched all whom he encountered. He knew what he was,
where he was going and
unlimited power he had to
dispense. He acted and the
world around him reacted. One man, knowing Truth
healed hundreds who as yet
had not known Truth.”
Declaring your divinity
does not mean you are God; it
means that you recognize
God within you, as you, is
you. The Power within you
responds to your ideas,
thoughts and actions. God
within never says no. It
doesn’t try to change your
mind or alter the desires you
have expressed. We hear, “It is the Father’s
good pleasure to give you the
keys to the kingdom.” Even negative and limiting
conditions are successful representations of your
expressed thoughts. Change your thoughts –
Change your life.
God is love and Loving You
Right Now!
(The Rev. Dr. Walt Sharer is
minister at Bishop Church of
Religious Science, located at
129 E. Line St., Bishop. Rev.
Freda Lindsay and Rev. Walt
officiate the weekly, Sunday
services at 10 a.m. You can
hear Rev. Walt’s message on
“The Devotional Hour” on
Sierra Wave KSRW 92.5 FM
Sunday mornings at 8:30. The
church can be reached at
(760) 873-4195 for more information.)
Faith and a knock at the door
Animals in blankets,
God’s voice, and a knock on
the door.
Peter had reason to feel
confused. It is doubtful he
wanted to answer a door
knock before everything got
sorted out.
But he really didn’t have
a choice. The men at the
door were Romans. They
had come for him, specifically. But why?
To answer the why we
need to go back in the narrative a bit.
The three men knocking
on Simon the Tanner’s door
and asking for Peter had
come from a Roman officer.
But he was not just any
Roman officer. His unit was
not filled largely with mercenaries, as had become
somewhat common in the
Empire’s outlying provinces. He and his men had
come from Rome and were
considered to be something
of an elite unit.
The full power of Rome
was behind the summons
being delivered to Peter by
the three men.
So who was this Roman
officer?
Philip Severi
Columnist
He was an unusual man
for the time and place.
Coming from a completely
pagan background and the
by now brutalized culture
of Rome, the centurion did
not fit the usual mold of a
Roman.
The Bible characterizes
him this way, “He was a
thoroughly good man. He
had led everyone in his
house to live worshipfully
before God, was always
helping people in need, and
had the habit of prayer.”
(Acts 10:2, The Message)
In other words, this offi-
cer and his entire household consistently worshiped a God they did not
really know. That was
about to change.
One afternoon around
three o’clock the officer
was alone when a stranger
stood before him.
“Cornelius, “ said the
stranger, “Your prayers and
neighborly acts have
brought you to God’s attention.”
The implications here
are enormous. The stranger
was a messenger, sent
directly from God.
In just this simple greeting we can see that God
knew who Cornelius was,
by name. God knew what
Cornelius was doing, in that
he cared for the people
around him. We also see
that God knew what was in
Cornelius’ heart, in that his
prayers were mentioned.
God was listening, even
though Cornelius prayed
blindly to a deity he did not
know.
It is that last part, the
blind prayer that really
holds the key to why this
writer thinks God respond-
ed so dramatically.
Cornelius had prayed,
and continued to pray to a
deity he did not know. Not
only that, he had led his
family in that direction as
well.
Furthermore, Cornelius
had acted in a manner consistent with his prayers, as
shown by the charity he
extended to others. He did
all that despite the fact that
it marked him out as different from his fellow officers
and troops. That is evidence of a strong and persistent faith.
Because of the faith
Cornelius showed, God
took things one step further. If Cornelius really
wanted to know Him the
way He knew Cornelius,
God would tell him how
that could be accomplished.
All it would take is a little
more faith, and a knock on
the right door.
(Philip Severi, a former
Bishop resident, previously
wrote a weekly column for
The Inyo Register. He contributes to this page from
his home in Twain Harte.)
From the Pulpit
The
presidential
primary
Many would argue that the
primary races for president
have been beyond reality T.V.
The animation, accusations, anger, gesturing and
jesting have all contributed
to a drama beyond some of
our dreams.
It is both exciting and
annoying, repetitive and
ridiculous, but the fight and
the beat keep going on, even
into California on June 7.
We may have a favorite
candidate, but then again
maybe we have not chosen
one yet.
Who will eventually be the
nominees and who will be the
next president?
Only God truly knows!
He has the world, politics,
the nations, current events,
neighborhoods, families, cities, states, education and the
Church all in His grip.
He works all things for the
good of those who love Him.
And you my reader are loved
by Him.
God has never needed to
be elected.
The Father, Son and Holy
Spirit have reigned from eternity backward and forward.
Many have tried to vote Him
out of existence through
unbelief, but He still reigns
as monarch and merciful
master.
Majority opinion will not
put God out of office.
Though He nags your conscience with His holy law, He
is here to forgive, comfort
and renew you by His love.
All of your guilt was
placed on His shoulders, and
all of your sins were pressed
down on Jesus’ thorncrowned brow. He took the
rap for all your misdeeds. He
uses His almighty power to
give you a safe eternity. He
uses His power to support
your body and life.
He desires your worship,
but even when that falters,
He still delivers you from
sin’s clutches.
You and I cannot escape
our limitations of living the
life God desires.
We are unholy, sinful, and
unclean.
Jesus the Lamb of God
became your impurity. You
are pure in His amazing
exchange, your guilt for His
innocence.
God laughs from the heavens at all our feeble attempts
to live without His grace and
mercy.
He knows who all the
presidents have been through
time, elected or appointed.
All of the world’s events
and elections are moving
closer to the day when He
comes to judge the living and
the dead.
He loves you and wants
that day to be a glorious confession of Him as Lord and
Savior.
So vote with confidence
and conscience, knowing God
is in charge with His love,
grace and peace.
(The Rev. Kent Puls serves
both Grace Lutheran and
Mammoth Lakes Lutheran
churches. Grace Lutheran
Church is located at 711 N.
Fowler St., Bishop. Sunday services are at 10:45 a.m.
Mammoth Lakes Lutheran
Church is located at 379 Old
Mammoth Road., Mammoth.
Sunday service us at 8:45 a.m.
For more information, call
760-872-9791.)
CHURCH OF RELIGIOUS SCIENCE
REV. FREDA LINDSAY, MINISTER
rev. dr. walt sharer
129 East Line Street, Phone 873-4195 & 872-4686
Sunday Service: 10 a.m. - Meditation: 9:40 a.m.
Wednesday, 5:30 p.m.: Prayer Group
Practitioners: Rev. Dr. Juanella Evans
Please call Church Office for an appointment CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
CHURCH
2956 W. Line St., Bishop
Sunday School . . . . . . . . 10:00 am
Church . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 am
Wednesday Evening . . . 7:30 p.m.
Reading Room Open
Tuesday 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and after Services
Childcare provided
First Southern
Baptist Church
251 Sierra St., Bishop, CA
Sunday Worship Service 11:00
a.m.
Sunday Morning Bible Study
10:00 a.m.
Wed. Evening Bible Study
6:30 p.m.
(760) 873-6022
First Baptist Church
of Big Pine
293 Chestnut St.
Sunday School - 9 a.m.
Sunday Worship - 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer Meet. 6:15 p.m.
Pastor Tim Toppass
(760) 387-0024 & (760) 938-1153
Valley Presbyterian
Church
Fri. Bible Study 1:00 p.m.
Sunday Worship & Sunday School 11 a.m.
873-8960 • 2912 W. Line • Bishop
Bishop Creek
Community Church
An Evangelical Free Church • Kelly Larson, Pastor
Come and join us!
700 Hobson St. (at Keough and Hobson Sts.)
11:00 a.m. Sundays at St. Timothy’s Anglican Church
“Building Up the Body of Christ”
Ephesians 4:11-16s
www.bishopcreek.org
The Inyo Register
8 SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016 COMMUNITY CALENDAR
The Inyo Register runs calender
items for free events at no charge.
Events requiring paid admission
will be charged a nominal fee to
use this service. Call Cynthia
Sampietro at (760) 873-3535 for
more information. Due to space
limitations, we can only guarantee
one run per item. All submissions
are subject to editing.
Ongoing
Mule Deer tour
Free tax assistance
AARP Foundation volunteers is an
all volunteer program offering tax
help in the preparation and e-filing of
tax returns. They serve low- to moderate-income taxpayers of all ages in
Inyo and Mono counties. They are
trained and certified annually through
an IRS/AARP training program.
Bishop’s new location is in the George
Lozito Conference Center, 160
Grandview Drive at the corner of W.
Line Street and Grandview Drive. To
schedule an appointment, call (760)
258-6189 (Bishop), (760) 934-5674
(Mammoth Lakes), or (760) 872-2115
(OVCDC).
Saturday, March 12
Eastern Sierra Land Trust and the
California Department of Fish and
Wildlife will lead a tour on a portion of
the Round Valley mule deer herd’s
migration corridor from 2-5 p.m. The
afternoon will be spent enjoying spectacular valley views and keeping on
the lookout for deer making the journey northward. Mule deer expert
Timothy Taylor, biologist for the
Department of Fish and Wildlife, will
share updates about the effects that
the Round Fire and other recent
events have had on the mule deer. To
attend, RSVP to [email protected] or
(760) 873-4554.
Artists reception
Tennis social
All interested tennis players of all
ability levels are invited to a tennis
social from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the
Bishop City Park Courts. Bring a can of
tennis balls.
Change talk
residents can participate through a
simple on-line map. One of the talks
will be at 11 a.m. at the Bishop
Library, 210 Academy St. The other
presentation will be at 5:30 p.m. at
the Annual Friends of the Eastern
California Museum Potluck Dinner
and Silent Auction at the Legion Hall
in Independence on Highway 395. A
reception precedes the dinner at 4:30
p.m. at the Eastern California
Museum.
Dr. Kimberly Kirner, lead researcher for the “Coping with Change”
research project in the Eastern Sierra,
will be giving to talks in area regarding
the project and demonstrates how
Mountain Light Photography in
Bishop will be hosting an artists reception from 5-8 p.m. for the gallery’s
new exhibit – Sequoia and Kings
Canyon National Parks: Celebrating
the Centennial Anniversary of the
National Park Service. The exhibit features the works of Vern Clevenger,
Londie Padelsky, Elizabeth Carmel,
John Dittli, David Muench and Jerry
Dodrill. All of the photographers will
be at the gallery during the reception.
Mountain Light Photography is located at 106 S. Main St., Bishop.
Wildflower outing
Friends of the Inyo and the
California Native Plant Society will be
hosting a wildflower exploration of
Short Canyon, an Area of Critical
Environmental Concern with spectacular botanical resources at the edge of
the Owens Peak Wilderness. Nearly
300 species of plants have been
described in this canyon. A skilled
botanists will lead the hike. This outing is limited to 12 participants. For
questions and to RSVP email [email protected]
friendsoftheinyo.org or call (760) 8736500.
Sunday, March 13
VFW Breakfast
The VFW Auxiliary post No. 8988
will have an early St. Patrick’s Day
breakfast from 9-11 a.m. The menu
will include homemade corned beef
hash, eggs to order, English muffins,
fruit, orange juice, coffee, tea, and hot
chocolate. Breakfast will be held at the
VFW post, 484 Short St. in Bishop, and
will be $9 per person. Call (760) 8735770 or (760) 920-0106 for more
information.
Round valley school dinner
The Round Valley School STEP
Foundation will hold its annual fundraising dinner at Yamatani, beginning
at 5 p.m. Dinner will cost $25 per
person. Call Yamatani to make reservations, (760) 872-4801. To purchase
tickets in advance, visit roundvalleystepfoundation.com, or call Liz Mazzu,
(760) 784-5461.
Monday, March 14
Big Pine Civic Club
The Big Pine Civic Club will hold its
March meeting at 7 p.m. at Big Pine
Town Hall. Residents are invited to
come and find out what is happening
in the community and the county. For
more information, call Cindy, (760)
938-2868.
Highlands Service district
The Sierra Highlands Community
Service District will hold its bimonthly
board of directors meeting at 7 p.m. in
the conference room at the Van Tassell
and Paegel CPA office, 119 MacIver St.
in Bishop.
Tuesday, March 15
Rotary club of Bishop
The Rotary Club of Bishop meets
every Tuesday at noon at Astorga’s
Mexican Restaurant at 2206 N Sierra
Highway. Todd Vogal will be the guest
speaker. He will discuss the Eastern
Sierra Youth Outdoors project. Visitors
are always welcome. Lunch is $12.
Call Sue Lyndes for information, (760)
873-4958.
Bingo at Senior Center
AARP is offering Bingo at 1 p.m. at
the Bishop Senior Center behind the
City Park. Everyone age 18 and older is
welcome to attend. For more information, call (760) 873-5839.
Storm spotter training
Staff from the Los Vegas office of
the National Weather Service will be in
Bishop to provide a two-hour training
open to all community members.
Training will be held at the Owens
Valley Paiute Shoshone Cultural
Center, 2300 W. Line St., at 4 p.m. The
event is sponsored by the Bishop
Paiute Tribe’s Air Quality Program and
the Environmental Management
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Sunrise rotary
The Sunrise Rotary Club of Bishop
meets every Wednesday at 7:11 a.m.
in the board room at the Northern
Inyo Hospital annex building, 2957
Birch Street.
NIH Auxiliary
The Northern Inyo Hospital
Auxiliary will hold a workshop at 10
a.m. at the NIH annex building on
Birch Street, to work on projects for
the Auxiliary’s Holiday Boutique. For
information, call Shirley Stone, (760)
872-1914.
Fair Board Meeting
The board of directors for the TriCounty Fair will be meeting at the
fairgrounds at 11 a.m. in the board
room.
Thursday, March 17
Bingo at Senior Center
AARP is offering Bingo at 1 p.m. at
the Bishop Senior Center behind the
City Park. Everyone age 18 and older is
welcome to attend. For more information, call (760) 873-5839.
Bishop Lions Club
The Bishop Lions Club meets every
Thursday, except holidays, at noon at
the Tri-County Fairgrounds Patio Building. Lunch is served and then the community projects are discussed. Everybody is welcome. Call Mike Johnston
at (760) 937-6663 for more information.
Taking Off Pounds Sensibly
TOPS weight loss program meets
every Thursday at 6 p.m. at the
Highlands Adult Clubhouse. TOPS can
help you reach your weight loss goals
by providing you with the tools, information, support, and accountability to
succeed. TOPS is open to men,
women, and teens.
Friday, March 18
Cancer walk
Bishop Union High School will
hold a “Shine on the Sierra Luminary
Walk” as the closing ceremony of the
“Students
Supporting
Cancer
Awareness” campaign. The walk will
be held at the BUHS track. Registration
will begin at 6:15 p.m. The walk will
be from 7-8 p.m. Participants can
purchase a luminary bag to decorate
for $5. They can walk in honor of
someone who has battled leukemia or
other types of cancer, or they can walk
to show support. Proceeds from the
walk will benefit the Eastern Sierra
Cancer Alliance.
Sunday, March 20
Wildlife Volunteer Training
Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care is looking for new volunteer. The annual new
volunteer orientation will be held at 1
p.m. at the Imagination Lab, 621 W.
Line St, Ste. 204. New volunteers will
learn how to rescue injured and
orphaned wild birds and mammals.
Call (760) 872-1487 to reserve a place
in the class.
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Wye Road
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Owned and Run By Animal Lovers!!
1260 N. Main Street on Hwy. 6 in Bishop
760-872-8010
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254 (AMC) (4:30) ››› Twister (1996, Action) Helen Hunt, Bill Paxton.
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Drive Angry
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Family Preys
129 273 (BRAVO) (4:00) ›› Tyler Perry’s the Family That Preys
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Golden Girls
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185 312 (HALL) Bridal Wave (2015, Drama) Arielle Kebbel, Andrew W. Walker.
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13 139 247 (TBS) › Killers (2010, Action) Ashton Kutcher, Katherine Heigl.
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108 252 (LIFE) (4:00) The Stepchild (2016)
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132 256 (TCM) ››› Victor/Victoria (1982, Comedy) Julie Andrews, James Garner, Robert Preston.
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Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
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Gone Missing (2013, Suspense) Daphne Zuniga, Gage Golightly.
The Stepchild (2016, Suspense)
108 252 (LIFE) The Mother/Daughter Experiment The Mother/Daughter Experiment Taken Back: Finding Haley (2012) Moira Kelly, David Cubitt.
A Nanny’s Revenge (2012) Jodi Lyn O’Keefe, Victoria Pratt.
My Mother’s Secret (2012) Nicole de Boer, Yannick Bisson.
The House Sitter (2015, Suspense) Kate Ashfield, Ashley Dulaney.
109 253 (LMN) (9:00) Patient Killer (2014)
Naked and Afraid “Primal Fear”
Naked and Afraid
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Rugged Justice
24 184 282 (AP) North Woods Law “On Thin Ice”
American Restoration
American Restoration
Swamp People “High Water Hell” Swamp People
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Swamp People “Home Turf”
120 269 (HIST) American Restoration
››› Ocean’s Eleven (2001, Comedy-Drama) George Clooney, Matt Damon.
Damien “The Beast Rises”
Bates Motel
25 118 265 (A&E) ››› District 9 (2009, Science Fiction) Sharlto Copley, Jason Cope, David James.
›› King Kong (1976) Jeff Bridges. An oil mogul seeks to exploit a monstrous ape in New York.
››› The Green Mile (1999, Drama) Tom Hanks, David Morse.
254 (AMC) (8:30) ››› The Patriot (2000, War) Mel Gibson, Heath Ledger.
››› Summer of ’42 (1971) Gary Grimes, Jennifer O’Neill.
››› The Quiet American (1958) Audie Murphy, Michael Redgrave.
(:15) ›› Viva Las Vegas (1964) Elvis Presley, Ann-Margret.
132 256 (TCM) (9:00) ››› The Uninvited
››› Back to the Future Part II (1989, Comedy) Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd.
(:15) ›››› Forrest Gump (1994) Tom Hanks, Robin Wright.
180 311 (FREE) (9:45) ››› Back to the Future (1985) Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd.
K.C. Undercover Liv and Maddie Liv and Maddie Liv and Maddie Bunk’d
Best Friends
Jessie
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17 173 291 (DISN) ›› Beverly Hills Chihuahua (2008) Piper Perabo.
176 296 (TOON) We Bare Bears We Bare Bears Teen Titans Go! Teen Titans Go! Wrld, Gumball Wrld, Gumball We Bare Bears We Bare Bears Teen Titans Go! Teen Titans Go! Wrld, Gumball Wrld, Gumball We Bare Bears We Bare Bears
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Beat Bobby
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All-Star Academy “Math”
Guy’s Grocery Games
110 231 (FOOD) The Kitchen “Pi(e) Day”
How I Met
How I Met
›› The Counselor (2013, Suspense) Michael Fassbender, Penélope Cruz.
›› White House Down (2013, Action) Channing Tatum. Paramilitary soldiers take over the White House.
137 248 (FX) How I Met
›› Outlander (2008, Action) James Caviezel, Ron Perlman, Sophia Myles.
›› Fantastic Four (2005)
122 244 (SYFY) (8:30) Star Trek VII: Generations ››› The Fifth Element (1997, Science Fiction) Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman, Ian Holm.
129 273 (BRAVO) The Real Housewives of Atlanta The Real Housewives of Atlanta The Real Housewives of Atlanta The Real Housewives of Atlanta The Real Housewives of Atlanta The Real Housewives of Atlanta The Real Housewives of Atlanta
Hollywood Medium
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I Am Cait “Politically Incorrect”
Keeping Up With the Kardashians Keeping Up With the Kardashians Keeping Up With the Kardashians
114 236 (E!) Hollywood Medium
Late Snack
Imp. Jokers
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Those Who
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204 246 (TRUTV) Almost Genius Almost Genius Almost Genius Almost Genius Late Snack
Mysteries at the Castle
Bizarre Foods America “Austin”
Bizarre Foods America
Food Paradise
Food Paradise “Bacon Paradise”
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215 277 (TRAV) Mysteries at the Museum
It Is Written
Pathway Victory Supernatural
Daniel Kolenda Jesse Duplantis John Hagee
MarriageToday Balanced Living Gregory Dickow Potter’s Touch Everyday
Lead the Way
Blessed Life
260 372 (TBN) PowerPoint
The Joseph Smith Papers
Book/Mormon Book/Mormon BYU Idaho Dev. Profiles
Generations
Music & Word BYU Devotional LDS Conference Granite Flats
374 (BYU) BYU Women’s Conference
Golden Girls
››› Backyard Wedding (2010) Alicia Witt, Frances Fisher.
Recipe for Love (2014) Danielle Panabaker, Shawn Roberts.
Valentine Ever After (2016, Romance) Autumn Reeser, Eric Johnson.
185 312 (HALL) Golden Girls
Teenage Mut.
SpongeBob
Nickelodeon’s 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards Children choose favorites.
Henry Danger
Alvinnn!!! and Alvinnn!!! and Alvinnn!!! and Alvinnn!!! and
171 300 (NICK) Cloudy With Meatballs
Ways to Die
(:12) 1,000 Ways to Die
(11:46) ›› The Campaign (2012) Will Ferrell, Zach Galifianakis.
(:02) ›› Anger Management (2003, Comedy) Adam Sandler, Jack Nicholson, Marisa Tomei.
107 249 (COM) Ways to Die
Detroit Muscle Bar Rescue “Brokedown Palace”
Bar Rescue
Bar Rescue “Spoiled Brat Party”
Bar Rescue
Bar Rescue “A Dash of Bitters”
Bar Rescue “Twin vs. Twin”
16 168 325 (SPIKE) Truck Tech
Golden Girls
Golden Girls
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Golden Girls
Golden Girls
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Golden Girls
Golden Girls
Reba
Reba
106 (TVL) (:12) The Golden Girls
Team Ninja Warrior
Team Ninja Warrior
Team Ninja Warrior
Team Ninja Warrior
›› History of the World: Part I (1981) Mel Brooks, Dom DeLuise.
115 235 (ESQTV) Team Ninja Warrior
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CBS 2 News
Evening News The Insider
Ent. Tonight
Supergirl “Falling”
Scorpion “Ticker”
(9:59) NCIS: Los Angeles
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Late-Colbert
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NBC 4 News
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Extra
Ac. Hollywood The Voice Mentors include Sean “Diddy” Combs.
(:01) Blindspot
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KTLA News at 6 KTLA News
Two/Half Men
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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Jane the Virgin
KTLA 5 News at 10
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Friends
5
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Studio SoCaL PBS NewsHour
Great Performances Songs from the movies.
Smart Fats to Out-Smart Aging With Dr. Steven Masley, MD
Easy Yoga for Diabetes-Peggy
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Jeopardy!
Wheel Fortune The Bachelor
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7 7 (KABC) Eyewitness News 5:00PM
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(:01) The Bachelor
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Family Feud
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2 Broke Girls
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KCAL 9 News at 8:00PM
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KCAL 9 News Sports Central Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly
9 9 (KCAL) The People’s Court
TMZ
Dish Nation
Modern Family Modern Family Gotham
(:01) Lucifer “Et Tu, Doctor?”
Fox 11 Ten O’Clock News
TMZ
Dish Nation
11 (KTTV) Studio 11 LA News
Business Rpt. World News
Newsline
Huell Howser
Steves’ Europe New Tricks “Breadcrumbs”
Luther
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New Tricks “Breadcrumbs”
28 28 (KCET) World News
The List
The Bachelor
(:01) The Bachelor
7News at 10PM (:35) Jimmy Kimmel Live
(:37) Nightline Dish Nation
RightThisMinute
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The Voice Mentors include Sean “Diddy” Combs.
(:01) Blindspot
9News at 10pm Tonight Show-J. Fallon
(:37) Late Night With Seth Meyers Last Call/Daly
4
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Supergirl “Falling”
Scorpion “Ticker”
(7:59) NCIS: Los Angeles
News
Late Show-Colbert
Late Late Show/James Corden
News Repeat
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NBA Basketball Cleveland Cavaliers at Utah Jazz.
SportsCenter
SportsCenter
8 140 206 (ESPN) NBA Basketball Detroit Pistons at Washington Wizards.
College Basketball Live
SportsCenter
SportsCenter
NBA Tonight
Jalen & Jacoby NFL Live
15 144 209 (ESPN2) ESPN Tournament Special
Destination Pol. Halls of Fame MLB Preseason Baseball Cincinnati Reds at Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Angels Post
Halo Hitters
World Poker Tour
(FXSP) World Poker Tour
› Killers (2010, Action) Ashton Kutcher, Katherine Heigl.
Major Crimes “Hindsight Part 4”
Major Crimes “Hindsight Part 5”
Major Crimes “Hindsight Part 5”
Law & Order A jockey is shot.
22 138 245 (TNT) Castle
Family Guy
Family Guy
American Dad Angie Tribeca Family Guy
Family Guy
Full Frontal
Conan “Conan in Armenia”
13 139 247 (TBS) American Dad American Dad American Dad American Dad Family Guy
NCIS “Under the Radar”
NCIS “Once a Crook”
WWE Monday Night RAW The Undertaker returns to confront Mr. McMahon.
(:05) Colony “Zero Day”
105 242 (USA) NCIS “Past, Present and Future”
And Then There Were None Ten strangers are drawn to an island.
And Then There Were None The guests continue to die.
(:02) And Then There Were None
108 252 (LIFE) (4:00) ››› Walk the Line (2005, Biography) Joaquin Phoenix.
And Baby Will Fall (2011, Drama) Anastasia Griffith, Brendan Fehr.
I Have Your Children (2015) Alaina Huffman, Barry Flatman.
And Baby Will Fall (2011, Drama)
109 253 (LMN) I Have Your Children (2015) Alaina Huffman, Barry Flatman.
Street Outlaws: New Orleans
Street Outlaws: New Orleans
Street Outlaws: Full Throttle
Street Outlaws: New Orleans
Misfit Garage
Street Outlaws: New Orleans
9 182 278 (DISC) Street Outlaws
Dateline on TLC “Bad Blood”
48 Hours: Hard Evidence
48 Hours: Hard Evidence
48 Hours: Hard Evidence
48 Hours: Hard Evidence
48 Hours: Hard Evidence
26 183 280 (TLC) Dateline: Real Life Mysteries
Treehouse Masters
Treehouse: Out on a Limb
Insane Pools: Off the Deep End
(:01) Treehouse Masters
(:02) Treehouse Masters
Insane Pools: Off the Deep End
24 184 282 (AP) Treehouse Masters
Swamp People
Swamp People “Home Turf”
Swamp People: Blood and Guts Swamp People
(:03) Billion Dollar Wreck
(:03) Billion Dollar Wreck
120 269 (HIST) Swamp People
The First 48 “Fatal Call”
The First 48 “Murder Rap”
The First 48: Drugs Kill
Bates Motel “Goodnight, Mother”
(:01) Damien “Second Death”
(:02) Damien “Second Death”
25 118 265 (A&E) The First 48
››› The Bourne Identity (2002, Action) Matt Damon, Franka Potente, Chris Cooper.
Better Call Saul “Gloves Off”
Better Call Saul “Rebecca”
(:04) Better Call Saul “Rebecca”
254 (AMC) (4:00) ››› Under Siege (1992) Steven Seagal.
(:15) › El Greco (1966) Mel Ferrer, Rosanna Schiaffino.
››› Rembrandt (1936) Charles Laughton.
››› Andrei Rublev (1969) Ivan Lapikov
132 256 (TCM) ›››› Lust for Life (1956) Kirk Douglas, Anthony Quinn.
›› The Proposal (2009, Romance-Comedy) Sandra Bullock, Ryan Reynolds.
The Fosters “Rehearsal”
Recovery Road “The Weaklings”
The Fosters “Rehearsal”
The 700 Club
180 311 (FREE) The Middle
Girl Meets
Girl Meets
Best Friends
Liv and Maddie Liv and Maddie Stuck/Middle
K.C. Undercover Bunk’d
Best Friends
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Bunk’d
Liv and Maddie Girl Meets
17 173 291 (DISN) Bunk’d
Wrld, Gumball Teen Titans Go! Teen Titans Go! We Bare Bears Wrld, Gumball King of the Hill Bob’s Burgers Bob’s Burgers Cleveland Show American Dad American Dad Family Guy
Family Guy
176 296 (TOON) Clarence
House Hunters Renovation
House Hunters Renovation
Tiny House
Tiny House
Tiny House
Tiny House
House Hunters House Hunters Tiny House
Tiny House
112 229 (HGTV) House Hunters Renovation
Cake Wars “Willy Wonka”
Chopped “Class Acts”
Chopped “Class Acts, Too”
Cake Wars “Willy Wonka”
Chopped “Class Acts”
Chopped “Class Acts, Too”
110 231 (FOOD) Chopped Junior
Mike & Molly
› Getaway (2013, Action) Ethan Hawke, Selena Gomez.
›› The Wolverine (2013, Action) Hugh Jackman. Wolverine confronts the prospect of real mortality.
›› The Wolverine (2013)
137 248 (FX) Mike & Molly
The Magicians
Lost Girl “Let Them Burn”
Bitten “Of Sonders Weight”
122 244 (SYFY) (3:30) Quantum of Solace (2008) ››› Skyfall (2012, Action) Daniel Craig. James Bond must track down and destroy a threat to MI6.
Vanderpump Rules
Vanderpump Rules
Vanderpump Rules
What Happens After Show
Vanderpump Rules
129 273 (BRAVO) Vanderpump Rules “Bitch Ghost” Vanderpump Rules
Hollywood Medium
I Am Cait “Politically Incorrect”
I Am Cait “Woman of the Year?”
E! News
114 236 (E!) Keeping Up With the Kardashians Keeping Up With the Kardashians E! News
Imp. Jokers
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(:01) truInside “Election”
204 246 (TRUTV) Almost Genius Almost Genius Imp. Jokers
Bizarre Foods/Zimmern
Bizarre Foods America
Delicious
Delicious
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Bizarre Foods/Zimmern
Bizarre Foods America
215 277 (TRAV) Food Paradise “Pizza Paradise”
BillyGraham.TV Joel Osteen
Perry Stone
Jerry Dirmann Creflo Dollar
Drive Through John Gray
260 372 (TBN) Trinity Family GregLaurie.TV Kingdom Conn. Jesse Duplantis Praise the Lord
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Last-Standing Last-Standing Last-Standing Last-Standing Last-Standing Last-Standing The Middle
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185 312 (HALL) Little House on the Prairie
Henry Danger School of Rock HALO Effect
Full House
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Friends
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171 300 (NICK) Alvinnn!!! and Alvinnn!!! and Thundermans Thundermans Paradise Run
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South Park
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107 249 (COM) (4:45) Futurama (:17) Futurama (5:49) Futurama (:21) Futurama (6:53) Archer
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CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
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115 235 (ESQTV) CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
The Inyo Register
10 SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016 Elderly mother strains caring
daughter
Dear Annie: Eight years
ago, I moved in with my
parents to help care for
them. My dad passed away
shortly after. My mother
has some minor health
issues but can get around.
Annie, as the years have
passed, it has become a
miserable existence. There
are no visitors to our
house. I’m sure the reason
is Mom’s chronic complaints. According to her,
there is nothing good in
her life.
My only sibling lives
several hours away. Other
than regular phone calls
and an occasional visit,
there is no help. For the
past few weeks, my mother has had a major health
problem and she refuses
to go to the doctor. I told
her this has gone on long
enough, and she needs to
see the physician. I thought
some “tough love” would
convince her. Instead, she
yelled at me and cursed
me several times. That
was terribly hurtful.
Although I think Mom
is showing some small
signs of mild dementia,
she has it pretty much
together. Even so, I cannot
fix her health issues if she
refuses to see her doctor.
I am stressed beyond
belief and at the end of
my rope. I have tried counseling, and although it
helped with the frustration, it doesn’t solve the
ongoing problem. Can you
offer me some advice?
- Stressed Daughter
Dear Daughter: The
“mild dementia” may be
the reason Mom is so stub-
For many of us, our
natural smile does not
include showing teeth.
Ever notice the huge smilers who show too much
teeth and gums? It always
looks a little odd to me.
But if that is their natural
smile, wouldn’t you expect
that there are others on
the opposite end of the
spectrum?
No one’s smile needs to
be “fixed.”
- Aucun Afficher de
Dents (No Teeth on
Display)
KATHY & MARCY
born
and
belligerent
toward you. Is your mother eligible to see a visiting
nurse? Check out vnaa.org
to find out how to get a
trained professional to
come to your home and
examine your mother. If
the nurse says that Mom
needs to see a physician,
she may be more likely to
listen, and it’s possible
that the nurse can contact
Mom’s doctor directly.
Then, please check out the
Family Caregiver Alliance
(caregiver.org). The site
offers support and information for caregivers, and
can help you find respite
care for yourself.
Dear
Annie:
Your
advice to “A Daily Reader,”
who didn’t like his smile,
was wrong. The importance of a smile, especially
a toothy one, is an
American obsession. In
Europe and elsewhere, the
product of this emphasis
is seen as insincere.
Dear Aucun: We don’t
care whether people smile
or not. We care whether
they are so embarrassed
by their teeth that they
avoid social contact. If
that is the case, there are
steps to take to remedy
the situation so the person feels more comfortable. Being able to smile
naturally can make a big
difference in your life. We
aren’t changing our advice,
but “merci beaucoup” for
writing..
Annie’s Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell and
Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers
column. Please email your
questions to [email protected], or write
to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o
Creators Syndicate, 737
3rd Street, Hermosa Beach,
CA 90254. To find out
more
about
Annie’s
Mailbox and read features
by other Creators Syndicate
writers and cartoonists,
visit the Creators Syndicate
Web page at www.creators.
com.
Salome’s Stars
ARIES (March 21 to April 19)
The week promises a calmer
aspect. Although there might
be some lingering effects of
a recent job problem, things
should continue to ease up.
Also expect a change in a
home-based situation.
TAURUS (April 20 to May
20) If you feel uneasy about
a colleague’s suggestion, it
might be that your wise inner
Taurean guide is alerting
you to a potential problem.
Stepping away could turn out
to be the right thing to do.
GEMINI (May 21 to June
20) A family get-together
opens up new opportunities
for renewing ties. It can be
especially effective in dealing
with
disagreements
that
should have been, but never
were, fully resolved.
CANCER (June 21 to July 22)
You might be surprised at the
response you get to a recent
decision. You might be even
more surprised by the reasons
behind it. In any event, you’ll
learn something important.
LEO (July 23 to August 22)
Your aspects favor resolving
any tensions left over from
a recent incident. You might
want to consider having a
“clear the air” talk as soon as
you can. A call can lead to a
change of plans.
VIRGO (August 23 to
September 22) Avoid repeating
yourself. If your first few
efforts fail to connect, maybe
it’s because you haven’t found
the right way to get your
message across. Try changing
your approach.
LIBRA (September 23 to
October 22) Good intentions
plus a strong resolve to
succeed can take you where
you want to go. Don’t give up
just because someone suggests
you might be pursuing an
impossible cause.
SCORPIO (October 23 to
November 21) An unexpected
setback can be a blessing in
disguise. Use it to recheck
your facts and how you’ve
presented them. Meanwhile,
look for ways to expand your
Last Week’s Answers
contacts.
SAGITTARIUS (November
22 to December 21) You
should finally be seeing a
positive change in a recent
personal situation. However,
an on-the-job matter might
need more attention than you
realized. Stay with it.
CAPRICORN
(December
22 to January 19) While you
should be close to completing
an important matter, you
still need to focus on being
focused. But things ease up
in time for weekend fun with
family and friends.
AQUARIUS (January 20 to
February 18) A certain matter
might take an unexpected
turn. Don’t simply accept it;
ask for an explanation. What
you learn might be helpful in
shifting the situation around
to your benefit.
PISCES (February 19 to
March 20) Projecting a positive
attitude helps restore calm
even when you’re confronting
some pretty stormy situations.
Stay the course. The outcome
will be well worth your
efforts.
BORN THIS WEEK: While
you enjoy tradition and
stability, you also appreciate
the good things that change
can bring.
The Inyo Register
FACES&places
saturday, march 12, 2016
11
Playhouse 395 presents ‘Chicago’
Hit Broadway musical comes to the BUHS stage
“Chicago” dancer Gigi de Jong performs a scene during a dress
rehearsal of the musical earlier this month. Performances of the
show continue this weekend and next weekend at the Bishop
Union High School auditorium.
Photos by Gayla Wolf
Ron Valenzuela as Billy Flynn in the musical “Chicago,” rehearses a
scene during a dress rehearsal prior to the show’s opening March
4 at BUHS.
Megan Hammitt as Hyunyak in the musical “Chicago” rehearses
the execution scene during a dress rehearsal of the show.
Ron Valenzuela as Billy Flynn and the show’s chorus line rehearse a musical song and dance number
during a dress rehearsal prior to the show’s March 4 opening.
Shawn Louth and ensemble rehearse “Read all about it, Roxie in the news,” during a dress rehearsal
of the musical which opened March 4 at BUHS and continues its run on stage this weekend and next
weekend.
Ron Valenzuela as Billy Flynn and Jennifer Collins as Velma Kelley rehearse a jailhouse scene for the
musical “Chicago.”
Danielle Kuhl as Roxie Hart, talks with John Louth, portraying a detective, during a dress rehearsal of
the musical “Chicago.”
Danielle Kuhl as Roxie Hart in the musical “Chicago,” rehearses a scene during the production’s dress
rehearsal earlier this month.
Ron Valenzuela as Bill Flynn in “Chicago” rehearses a scene with the chorus line during a dress
rehearsal of the production being presented by Playhouse 395. The show is currently being performed
on stage at the BUHS auditorium this weekend with the final two performances taking place March 18
and 19.
The Inyo Register
eASTeRN SIeRRA CLASSIFIeDS
SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016
020 HAPPINESS IS ...
020 HAPPINESS IS ...
HAPPINESS IS...
SIERRA GRACE SAA
New, local meeting for Sex Addicts
Anonymous. SAA is a fellowship of men
and women, who share their experience, strength and hope with each
other so they may overcome their sexual addiction. For more information,
visit www.saa-recovery.org
or call
800-477-8198. Look for "Meetings
...USA...Bishop"
HAPPINESS IS É
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS
Help and Hope for People Who have
Problems with Food
Overeaters Anonymous members meet
to share their experience, strength,
hope and the OA program of recovery
every Saturday from 10:00AM-11:00AM
in the library of the Calvary Baptist
Church, 1100 W. Line St., Bishop. For
more information, call Marilyn at (760)
872-3757 or (760) 920-8013. Hope to
see you next Saturday!
HAPPINESS IS....
NAMI - EASTERN SIERRA
(National Alliance on Mental Illness)
FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP
Depression...Bi Polar Disorder...Schizophrenia....Anxiety.....Eating Disorder.....
Are any of these words part of your
family's vocabulary?
025 LOST AND FOUND
FOUND - FLY ROD on Lower Owens,
Saturday, Feb. 27. Call to identify and
claim. 951-313-5440
GLASS TOP COFFEE
TABLE $25
Black metal frame coffee table with
glass top. Measures 44" L x 22" W x
15" H. Offered in excellent condition.
Take it home for $25. Call or text
760-937-0439
California Department of Food & Agriculture is seeking seasonal inspectors
to work up to 40 hrs. per week at the
Benton Border Protection Station. Our
mission is to prevent intruduction of
exotic invasive species from becoming
established in the State of California.
The work is mostly done outdoors with
rotating shifts 7 days per week. Salary
starts $11.09-$13.10/hr, subject to education and experience. For more information contact Ruben Armendariz
760-933-2225 between 8am-4pm Monday - Friday or mail resume to: 27211
US HWY 6, Benton, CA 93512
INYO COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
OF SCHOOLS
Notice of Confidential Vacancy
POSITION: BUSINESS ADVISORY
TECHNICIAN
SALARY RANGE: $65,112 -$76,545
per year
BENEFITS: PERS, Health & Welfare
including Blue Cross, Prescription Card,
Dental, Vision. Employees are required
to pay for health benefits if they elect to
enroll in any plans offered.
DEADLINE: Until Filled
LARGE ANGEL OIL
ON CANVAS
Angel or art lover? Both? Modern
contemporary original oil on stretched
canvas in light blues, grays and
creamy ivory whites. Looks great over
sofa or bed. Orig. price $220. Will let
it go for $60 or best offer. Measures
47" L x 30-1/2" W x 1-1/2" D. One of a
kind find! Call or text
ANTIQUE CARVED
SOLID WOOD CHAIR
Beautiful, ornate chair, carved, solid
wood, claw feet. White with gold
accents. Stands 32" High. 30" Wide.
Perfect for desk, used as accent, side
or corner chair. $50 Call or text
760-937-0439
LARGE ANIMAL CAGE - 7.5! Ft. long x
30Ó wide. 30x30Ó divided 3 sectiiions
with feeders. Used for show rabbits, a
little bent in places. $200 Firm.
760-873-8643
760-937-0439
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045 HELP WANTED
NESTING / STORAGE
BOXES - SET OF 3
GLASS & CHROME
3-TIER SHELF UNIT $25
Contemporary modern tall, versatile
glass & chrome 3 shelf unit. Free
standing, great ! ! for bathroom or
kitchen. I have used !in both.! Stands
62" H x 26" W x 10" D. ! !$25 Call or
text
045 HELP WANTED
045 HELP WANTED
BISHOP PAIUTE TRIBE
Accepting applications for the following for the following open positions
with a deadline of 5:00PM on March
18, 2016:
Eastern Sierra Community Bank is a
growing community bank looking for
motivated individuals with a strong
commitment to our local communities.
We are currently seeking qualified individuals for the following positions for
our Bridgeport, Mammoth Lakes and
Bishop locations:
AGRICULTURAL AIDE /
TECHNICIAN
040 BARGAIN CORRAL
If you are the parent, spouse, son,
daughter, or care giver of a loved one
living with a diagnosed mental
illnessand you sometimes feel overwhelmed, alone, ashamed, exasperated and exhausted NAMI Eastern
Sierra offers a Family Support Group
just for YOU!!
!
This Family Support Group is a free,
confidential and safe group that meets
on the FIRST Wednesday of EVERY
month from 5:30pm - 7:00pm at the
First United Methodist Church, 205
North Fowler St. in Bishop. Join us and
realize you are not alone.
!
For more information about NAMI, the
National Alliance on Mental Illness visit
www.nami.org
Need a
new
BOSS?
040 BARGAIN CORRAL
12
STARTING DATE: As soon as possible
LOCATION: Independence, CA
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Two years of clerical/bookkeeping experience preferably within a school district
• High school diploma or equivalent
plus clerical and bookkeeping courses
• Proficient in the use of Microsoft Excel
and Word software programs.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES AND
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under direction, perform and assist in
the performance of governmental accounting procedures in connection with
the maintenance of accounting records,
journals, ledgers and budgets; develop
information for use by county office and
school districts on financial, collective
bargaining and other operational issues; perform specialized accounting,
external auditing and monitoring of
school district accounting, budget control and financial reporting systems; and
do other related work as directed.
Interested individuals are encouraged
to apply online at www.edjoin.org
Successful applicant will be required to
obtain fingerprint clearance and
pre-employment exam prior to start
date.
EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY
EMPLOYER
Beautiful set of three large matching
nesting / storage boxes, black & white
print accented with pink trim and ribbon.
Square boxes 14-1/2" wide, Round 14".
In excellent, like new condition. $20
takes all three. Call or text
760-937-0439
045 HELP WANTED
760-937-0439
Inyo Mono Advocates for Community
Action, Inc. (IMACA)
COOK / TEACHER ASSISTANT
Head Start/State Preschool
Program - Lone Pine, CA
$10.04-$11.93/hr DOQ Full Time, 10
Mo/yr. Full Benefits - Medical, Dental, Vision, Life & Retirement, Vacation, Sick Holidays DEADLINE TO
APPLY: March 12, 2016
IMACA application forms and complete job descriptions are available at
the IMACA office, 137 E. South
Street, Bishop, CA 93514 or
www.imaca.net
All open positions require applicant to
complete an IMACA application form
and may be dropped off in person at
137 E. South St., Bishop or mailed
to:! IMACA Human Resources, P.O.
Box 845, Bishop, CA! 93515
For questions or additional information, please contact 760.873.8557 or
[email protected] !or! www.imaca.net
PROVIDING PEACE
OF MIND
Looking for trustworthy
caregivers to share
in the privilege of
home care and hospice.
CNA required.
CHHA preferred
or will train.
Pioneer Home Health Care, Inc.
162 East Line Street
760/872-4663
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College and Career Counselor (extended deadline) - Education Department
(Permanent Full-Time, Non-Exempt,
elig. for benefits) Hourly Range T-5
$15.45-$21.63/Hr. ($32,136.00 $44,990.40/Annually) DOQ. Under
the supervision of the Education
Director, the College and Career
Counselor will assist students and
clients with the transitions from
middle school to high school and high
school to college. Also with the
college admission process, possess
knowledge of the A-G requirements
for high school students, possess
knowledge of college admission
requirements, and help students
submit financial aid and scholarship
information.
Project Coordinator - Community
Development Department
($20.00 - $30.00/Hr. DOQ Non-Exempt; Hourly Temporary Part-Time,
20-30 Hrs. /Week, Position is Grant
Funded). Primary project development will be to establish feasibility
plan(s) to review for a sustainable Fitness Center for the Bishop Paiute
Tribe. Bachelor degree in business
administration, marketing or degree
with an emphasis in a health-related
area or a minimum of two (2) to three
(3) years of Administrative Construction or previous Project Coordinator
experience; and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Youth Activities Assistant - Social
Services Department T-3 $12.36$17.30/Hr Part-Time; Non-Exempt,
Hourly. Assist the Community Project
Coordinator with providing youth
focused family and community activities, including but not limited to
athletic events, outdoor field trips,
cultural events, Family Formation
Gatherings and other activities. High
School Diploma/GED required with 2
years college experience preferred; 2
years equivalent working with youth
experience. Must be computer literate
and able to operate specific educational software. Must be able to work
evenings & weekends as necessary.
For full position descriptions with all
qualifications and responsibilities and
employment applications please visit
the Bishop Paiute Tribe website at
www.bishoppaiutetribe.com or con tact the HR Office at (760) 873-3584.
Employment eligibility criteria for most
positions with the Bishop Paiute Tribe
include criminal background checks
and clearance, valid driver's license
and insurability with company insurance, and submit and pass a pre-employment drug screen. Additional requirements may apply to specific positions in accordance with applicable
laws, regulations, and funding agency
requirements and may include education verification, individual credit
checks, TB Test, Physical Examinations, Fit-for-duty Tests, etc. Employment Applications must be completed
in full and submitted by the deadline
date with appropriate documentation
in order to be considered for the position.
Indian Preference: Native American
Indian preference shall apply pursuant to the Bishop Tribal Employment
Rights Ordinance No. 1992-01 (as
amended on June 28, 2012) and the
Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (24 U.S.C. 450, et
seq,), 25 CFR 271.44 and other relevant laws
• Customer Service Manager
• CSR New Accounts
• Customer Service
Representatives
Eastern Sierra Community Bank is an
Equal Opportunity Employer and offers a complete competitive compensation package including, Health Insurance, 401(k), Life Insurance, and
Vacation. You may pick up employment applications at any one of our
locations or submit resumes to:
[email protected]
EOE
BISHOP CREEKSIDE INN
F/T FRONT DESK
Requires basic office skills and a
positive attitude. $12-$14 per hour,
based on experience. Position includes health insurance.
Also hiring for Housekeeping Staff.
Days will vary depending on occupancy and performance. Stop by the
hotel to apply in person for either position at Bishop Creekside, or send a
resume to:
[email protected]
THE COUNTY OF INYO
Currently accepting applications to fill
the following Countywide positions,
with deadline dates as listed:
ASSOCIATE CIVIL OR SENIOR
CIVIL ENGINEER
Department - Public Works
Salary - Associate - $5840-$7090/mo.
Senior-$6281-$7636/mo.
Closing Date - OPEN UNTIL FILLED
SUPERVISING AGRICULTURAL
BIOLOGIST
Department - Agricultural Commissioner
Salary - $5303 - $6445
Closing Date - OPEN UNTIL FILLED
ASSISTANT OR SENIOR
ASSISTANT CLERK OF THE
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Department - Board of Supervisors
Salary
Assistant Clerk - $4188 - $5088
Senior Assistant Clerk $4601- $5589
Closing Date - OPEN UNTIL FILLED
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I
Department - Recycling and Waste
Management
Salary - $3310-$4027
Closing Date -March 25, 2016
All of the above monthly salaries are
paid over 26 annual pay periods.
For more information, complete job
descriptions and an Inyo County
application form, visit www.inyocounty.us , or contact the Personnel
Office at 760-878-0407. Must apply
on Inyo County application form.
EEO/ADA.
www.inyoregister.com
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INYO MONO ADVOCATES FOR
COMMUNITY ACTION, INC. IS AN
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Part-time Bookstore Sales
Associate for Eastern Sierra
Interpretive Association
Now Hiring Retail Staff
Do you enjoy sharing your Eastern
Sierra knowledge and passion with
others? Please join our outgoing
bookstore staff with a sales position
at the following locations:
PLACE YOUR GARAGE/YARD SALE AD HERE!
big pine
! - BIG PINE - 121 TERRACE DRIVE, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 7:00AM-5:00 PM &
SUNDAY MARCH 13, 7:00AM-2:00PM HUGE YARD SALE! Furniture, bedding, kitchen stuff
and dishes, name brand clothing, antiques and collectables, games and books. Rain or Shine!
• Mono Basin Scenic Area
Visitor Center, Lee Vining
! - BIG PINE - 211 FLOWER ALLEY, FIR. & SAT., MARCH 11 & 12, 8:00AM-2:00PM
• Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center
bishop
• Eastern Sierra Visitor Center,
Lone Pine
ESIA is seeking positive and professional team players for sales associate and managerial positions. Retail
experience is preferred as is the
ability to interact with the public on a
large scale basis.
For more detailed information please
contact
Heidi
Eldridge
at
760-784-1667 or fill out an online
application at www.esiaonline.org.
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Lots of items, something for everyone!
! - (DT) - 198 MACIVER SP#27 (SUNRISE MOBILE HOME PARK- DOWN FROM
KFC), SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 7:00AM-??? Multi-family yard sale, lots of everything, don!t
miss this one.
! - (DT) - 668 SYCAMORE, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 8:00AM-1:00PM Clothing, shoes,
pillows, bedding, glassware, pots & pans, trays, furniture, rug, yard objects & misc.
! - (DT) - 768 W. LINE, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 8:00AM-12:00PM Yamaha Motorcycle
225, Coleman generator 1850 watts - portable, Shop Vac 12 gal, Miller 225 portable Arc Welder,
bench grinder, gear & bearing pullers, Stanley tool set, pipe threaders, kitchen items, bedding, 4
Captain chairs, knick-knacks, loveseat, & ottoman.
CODES FOR BISHOP AREA
DT: Downtown Area
WB: W. Bishop
BH: Highland
MC: Meadowcreek
BA: Barlow Area
RK: Rocking K Area
BG: Glenwood MH Pk
DL: Dixon Ln Area
MM: Manor Mkt. Area
WK: Wilkerson
LA: Lazy A Area
PHONE (760) 873-3535 | FAX (760) 873-3591 | 1180 N. MAIN ST., STE. 108, BISHOP, CA 93514 | E-MAIL [email protected]
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045 HELP WANTED
045 HELP WANTED
TIMBISHA SHOSHONE TRIBE
BISHOP UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
2016-17 School Year
ENVIRONMENTAL DIRECTOR/
MANAGER
Bishop Tribal Office, Bishop CA or
Death Valley Office, Death Valley CA
Deadline to apply: 5:00pm, Wednesday, March 25, 2016 Contact the Timbisha Shoshone Tribal Office for job description and employment application,
760-872-3614 or send email to:
[email protected]
LOCATION: Bishop Union High School
HOURS/TIMES: To be determined
STARTING DATE: To be determined
(Winter Sport)
STIPEND: $1990.00
Positions
AvAilAble
New PositioNs
Players Club Rep (P/T)
Card Dealer (P/T)
Security Officer
Cocktail Server (P/T)
Bar Back (P/T)
Must be 21 or older to work at The Paiute Palace Casino.
Full-Time Employee Benefits:
FMedical
FDental/Vision
FVacation
HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING COACH
FSick Leave
FPaid Holidays
F401K
Applicants must meet requirements to qualify for a Paiute
Palace Gaming License. Applications are available at the
Casino Cashier’s Cage 2742 N. Sierra Hwy., Bishop, CA 93514.
Phone: 760-873-4150 ext. 214 & 220.
Applicants should be aware that the Paiute Palace Casino is not
a smoke free environment.
www.paiutepalace.com
Paiute Palace Casino is an Equal Opportunity Employer
within the confines of the Indian Preference Act.
DUTIES:Under general direction of the
Athletic Director provide instruction to
the Bishop Union High School
Wrestling Team.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Possession of a
valid California driver's license, CPR
and first aide certificates. Willing to obtain the NFHS Fundamentals of Coaching Certificate. The successful applicant will be required to receive a fingerprint background clearance before assuming the position and acknowledge
the district's use of E-Verify post-employment clearance.
Bishop Unified School District is an
Equal Opportunity Employer
TO APPLY: Please contact Kristin Carr
in the District Office 872.3680 or visit
the District Office to pick up an application.
045 HELP WANTED
CAREGIVER / MED-TECH
PART TIME
(PM/NOC SHIFTS AVAILABLE)
Sterling Heights is a Residential Care
Community for the Elderly. We are
looking for reliable, trustworthy, caring
and compassionate team players.
If you are interested in working with our
residents, please pick up an application
at 369 E. Pine St., Bishop or email
resume to:
[email protected]
Must successfully pass Criminal
Background Check and Drug Screen
EOE/ RCFE#147203373
045 HELP WANTED
EXPERIENCED COOK ($14-$16/HR.)
and DISHWASHER ($11/Hr.) Wanted.
Alabama Hills Cafe, Lone Pine. Call
760-876-1807
OFFICE MANAGER
Bishop Tribal Office, Bishop CA
Deadline to apply: 5:00 pm, Wed.,
March 16, 2016. Contact the Timbisha
Shoshone Tribal Office for job description and employment application,
760-872-3614 or send email to:
[email protected]
PERSONAL DRIVER
WANTED
Errands around Bishop, occasional
short trips to South Lake Tahoe.
Vehicle provided, valid driver!s lic.
required and proof of insurance.
$12/Hr. Gas paid. Contact Dianne
818-317-7554
CHALFANT BIG TREES
FARM & FEED
NURSERY RETAIL SALES PERSON
Expanding Retail Nursery looking for a
seasonal worker. Retail experience preferred. Must be able to do heavy lifting.
Pick up application at Chalfant Big
Trees Farm & Feed. Hours: 9-5 Mon.
thru Sat., 10-4 Sun. 395 Hunter Ave.
Chalfant Valley. Tel: 760- 873-7129
Contact Debbie or Gina or email:
chalfantbigtreesfarm.com
TOWN OF MAMMOTH LAKES
POLICE SERGEANT
The Town of Mammoth Lakes is
looking for a Police Sergeant to join
the Police Department. Check out the
Town!s employment website for
a full job description, a Town
POLICE application, and instructions
on how to apply:
www.townofmammothlakes.ca.gov
Applications due by Monday, April 11.
DEADLINE TO APPLY - Tuesday,
March 22, 2016
MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN NOW HIRING! Levy Restaurants at Mammoth
Mountain Hiring Server, Cook, Cashier, Dish & More. Apply Today!
www.workatlevy.com
045 HELP WANTED
TIMBISHA SHOSHONE TRIBE
PART-TIME GALLERY SALES Associate position at Mountain Light Gallery. We are looking for an upbeat,
outgoing team player with retail sales
experience. Must work weekends.
Apply in person at 106 South Main
St., Bishop or email resume to
[email protected]
760-873-7700
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CLASSIFIED POSITION - Seasonal
Part-time Lawn Care
Salary $10.41 per hour; 18.75 hours
per week; Under the supervision of the
Superintendent, or designee, will maintain campus lawns and athletic fields mowing, edging, weeding, trimming,
and monitoring irrigation.
Position to start April 20, 2016 or when
filled; Seasonal work ends September
14, 2016 or as season requires.
!
Please submit an application to Terri
Parks, Big Pine Unified School District,
P.O. Box 908, 500 S. Main Street, Big
Pine, CA 93513, 760/938-2005 ext 224,
Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM Ð
11:30 AM, or at [email protected]
BPUSD is an EOE.
Immediate opening for a
Statistician
30 Hours per week; position is based
in Bishop but may spend time in
Mammoth. Starting wage $17.81/hr.;
increase to $18.81 after successful
intro period.
Duties:
Responsible for managing the computerized statistical record keeping of
the Agency as required by public and
other funding sources; ensures collection of needed data; implement the
computer software programs used for
client data collection; prepares statistical reports as needed; analyze and
interpret statistical data in order to
identify significant differences in relationships among sources of information; assist in the preparation of grant
applications and progress reports for
current and new grants.
Qualifications : Valid, clean driver's
record for 2 years; personal auto and
personal auto insurance; pass DOJ,
FBI and CACI background checks; be
eligible for certification as a Rape
Crisis and Domestic Violence Counselor pursuant to CA Evidence Code,
Article 8.7, Section 1037.1; critical
thinker; highly developed computer
skills; ability to work well under pressure; good organization and prioritization skills; work performance of
professional quality.
To apply: Job description and application available at 150 N. Main St.,
Bishop, 625 Old Mammoth Rd, Suite
201, Mammoth Lakes or download
forms: www.wild-iris.org/get-involved/
Position open until filled.
Wild Iris is an Equal Opportunity
Employer.
Lone Pine, CA 93545
OSCEOLA REFETOFF
975 Chung King Rd.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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045 HELP WANTED
085 FIREWOOD
155 APTS. UNFURNISHED
• Environmental Director
• Environmental Assistant
• Bookkeeper
These positions are full time with
benefits DOE. Please email [email protected] or call
(760) 878-5160 to request an application and job description. The application deadline is March 19, 2016.
JOSEPH HOUSE INN, INC.
376 W. Yaney
Bishop, CA 93514
2BED/1BATH
FIREWOOD FOR SALE
Split Ponderosa Pine, 16-18Ó ,
$250/cord (128 cu. ft.) Free delivery
to Lone Pine.
760-608-1252
TOWN OF MAMMOTH LAKES
BUSY, FAMILY OWNED restaurant
seeks experienced Waitstaff and Bartenders. Must have excellent customer
service skills and the ability to handle
busy environment. Apply in person at
175 S. Main St., Bishop, or call (760)
873-4828 to make appointment with
Richard.
WE ARE HIRING FOR 2016
SUMMER SEASON!
• Housekeepers
• Dishwasher/Food Prep.
Seasonal positions April - Oct. For
more info and to apply call
760-873-4484
SMALL FENCED yard, new carpet, &
paint, laundry, parking for 2 cars. Water/trash paid. 369-A Short St. No
smoking. No pets. $800/mo.
[email protected]
090 FURNITURE
Chip 760-914-2076
160 CONDOS FOR RENT
TEMPORARY PARKS
MAINTENANCE WORKER
Salary: $13.40/hour
The Town of Mammoth Lakes is currently accepting applications for the
position of Temporary Parks Maintenance Worker for the upcoming summer season. Come and help make a
difference in our local community by
keeping our parks clean and safe,
while enjoying working outside during
the summer! For more information,
please visit:
http://www.townofmammothlakes.ca.
gov/jobs.aspx
320 PUBLIC NOTICES
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT
THE FOLLOWING PERSON
IS DOING BUSINESS AS:
THE FORT INDEPENDENCE Tribe is
seeking qualified candidates for the
positions of:
JOSEPH HOUSE INN, INC.
376 W. Yaney
Bishop, CA 93514
This Business is conducted by:
A CORPORATION. Registrant
commenced to transact business
under the fictitious business name
or names listed N/A. This statement was filed with the County
Clerk of Inyo County on
FEBRUARY 19, 2016. File
#16-00025
(IR 2/27, 3/5, 3/12, 3/19/16,
#12011)
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT
THE FOLLOWING PERSON
IS DOING BUSINESS AS:
FENDON!S
3 SEATER SOFA
Excellent condition, soft Ò PebbleÓ
color fabric, used less than 6 mos.
Purchased new from Fendon!s for
$600. Asking $450 or best offer.
760-937-2236
SIERRA RESORT PROPERTY MGMT
Maggie Larson, Owner Broker
(760)937-4502
www.SierraResortRealEstate.com
170 HOUSES UNFURNISHED
TEMPUR-PEDIC
QUEEN BED
Very clean, excellent condition, split
foundation for easy moving. Includes
mattress pad and frame. $2500 new
from Fendon!s, asking $1800 or best
offer. Used less than 6 mos.
760-937-2236
1BED/1BATH
DOWNTOWN West Bishop home,
fenced backyard, storage shed, all
appliances plus washer & dryer, energy
efficien propane heater, pet
upon approval, water, trash and
sewer included at $920/mo.
760-937-6663
CARRIE!S JANITORIAL
2724 Audrey Lane
Bishop, CA 93514
CARRIE ERICKSON
2724 Audrey Lane
Bishop, CA 93514
This Business is conducted by:
INDIVIDUAL. Registrant commenced to transact business
under the fictitious business name
or names listed 1-01-16. This
statement was filed with the
County Clerk of Inyo County on
FEBRUARY 11, 2016. File
#16-00018
(IR 2/20, 2/27, 3/5, 3/12/16,
#11999)
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT
THE FOLLOWING PERSON
IS DOING BUSINESS AS:
260 TRAVEL TRAILERS
WHISKEY CREEK
NOW HIRING ALL
POSITIONS
Waitstaff, Food Runners, Bussers,
Host/Hostess, Cashiers, Waiters, Line
Cooks, Bartenders, Food Prep
Cooks, Dishwashers & Maintenance.
Apply in person at 174 N Main in
Bishop or send resume with coverletter to Marianne Schat - Whiskey
Creek - 174 N Main Bishop, CA
93514 or email to [email protected]
- Subject line: Whiskey Creek.
760-920-8887 Leave mssg.
MICHAEL CAPSTICK
240 Owens Circle
Bishop, CA 93514
SOLID WOOD WHITE
BEDROOM SET
Beautiful, 3 Piece, solid wood, high
quality set from Fendon!s. Used less
than 6 mos. Set incl. tall 6 drawer
dresser, long 9 drawer dresser with
mirror and nightstand. $3700 new
from Fendon!s, asking $2700 or best
offer.
760-937-2236
145 LIVESTOCK
BISHOP MARTIAL ARTS
151 S. Main Street
Bishop, CA 93514
40 FT SANDPIPER
TRAVEL TRAILER
Great family trailer, bunk-beds, sofa,
dinette, master suite,large bathroom,
Separate entrance to master suite.
Plenty of storage. Stove, refrigerator,
double sinks, Large slide out, bumper
pull. Email for more pictures. $7,600.
[email protected]
This Business is conducted by:
INDIVIDUAL. Registrant commenced to transact business
under the fictitious business name
or names listed N/A. This statement was filed with the County
Clerk of Inyo County on
FEBRUARY 04, 2016. File
#16-00012
(IR 2/20, 2/27, 3/5, 3/12/16,
#12000)
760-937-2992
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT
THE FOLLOWING PERSON
IS DOING BUSINESS AS:
EASTERN SIERRA SPEECH
THERAPY
448 Cottonwood Dr.
Bishop, CA 93514
WHISKEY CREEK
EXEC SOUS CHEF
EXECUTIVE SOUS CHEF Must have
experience supervising BOH staff and
coordinating every aspect of food production, while ensuring the highest
level of quality for the B.O.H. Must
have fine dining experience. Please
send resume with coverletter references to Whiskey Creek Restaurant,
Attn: Marianne Schat 174 N Main St
Bishop, CA 93514 or email
to [email protected] 760-920-8887
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PAINT PALOMINO
6 Yrs. old, 15 hands high, good looking gelding. Proven on the trail. Very
sweet, gentle & mild mannered. Excellent for child, beginner or advanced horseperson. $6,000 invested. For fast sale $3950. Will sell
to good home only.
310-729-2323
155 APTS. UNFURNISHED
060 ANTIQUES
TRAVEL TRAILERS
FOR SALE
$3,500 OBO 4 Fixer uppers travel
trailers, 19 ft to 30 ft. 1 is in good condition the 30 ft, has bunk beds,
dinette,sofa. ($3500) The small ones
are in need of TLC. Make us a offer
on
them
$300
and
up.
[email protected]
760-937-2992
270 SNOWMOBILES
SNOWMOBILE LIQUIDATION
2007-2008 Polaris 550cc sport touring
2-up snowmobiles.
$1,250 OBO.
$1,000 each for 2 or more. Ready for
pickup today. DJ's- 760-935-4480.
275 AUTOS
1BED/1BATH BISHOP $650/mo.
Available immediately. Near schools,
hospital & downtown. No smoking, no
pets. Avail. March 16.
Fully and completely restored rare
vintage cargo bicycle. Has been
brought to its original glory in every
detail. Made in Denmark. Also known
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just amazing to own. $4,000 or best
offer. To
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760-258-5176 or call / text Cynthia
760-937-0439
760- 937-2347
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under the fictitious business name
or names listed N/A. This statement was filed with the County
Clerk of Inyo County on
FEBRUARY 16, 2016. File
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under the fictitious business name
or names listed N/A. This statement was filed with the County
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menced
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business
under the fictitious business name
or names listed N/A. This statement was filed with the County
Clerk of Inyo County on
FEBRUARY 24, 2016. File
#16-00027
(IR 2/27, 3/5, 3/12, 3/19/16,
#12012)
NOTICE OF VACANCY
BIG PINE CEMETERY DISTRICT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Inyo County Board of Supervisors is accepting applications to fill
two vacancies on the Big Pine
Cemetery District Board of Trustees, to complete unexpired
four-year terms one ending May
31, 2019, and one ending June 15,
2017.
If you are interested in serving on
the Big Pine Cemetery District
Board of Trustees and live in the
Cemetery District, please submit
your request for appointment on or
before 5:00 p.m., March 24, 2016
to the Board of Supervisors at P.
O. Box N, Independence, CA
93526.
(IR 3/12/16, #12029)
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Inyo County Probation Department located at 918 N. Main
Street, Bishop, California will receive sealed bids until 3:30 P.M.
(PDT) on Thursday, April 7,
2016 on behalf of the Inyo County
Community Corrections Partnership and Board of Supervisors:
Bid No. CRRG2016
Community Recidivism
Reduction Grant
A hard copy of the Request for
Proposals can be obtained at the
Inyo County Probation Department, located at 918 N. Main
Street, Bishop, CA 93514 or an
electronic copy can be provided by
calling Alisa Lembke, Administrati ve L e g a l Se cre ta ry, a t
760-872-4111.
(IR 3/10, 3/12/16, #12025)
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the
Inyo County Planning Commission
will hold public hearings
Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at
10:00 a.m. in the Board of Supervisors Room, County
Administrative Center, at 224
North Edwards Street, Independence, to consider the following:
Conditional Use Permit (CUP)
No. 2015-05 / Starlite Community Service District
The applicant has applied for a
CUP to build a community building
on property located at 880
Starlite Dr., in the community of
Starlite, located approximately
8-miles west of the City of
Bishop. This building will serve as
a community meeting hall and provide a storage area for
equipment related to the community service district!s business.
Currently the north half of the
property has a park that includes
playground equipment and tennis
courts. The community
building will be built on the south
half of the property that is vacant.
The property is owned by
Inyo County and leased to the
service district. The County has no
issues with the proposed use
with regard to the lease.
Small Structures.
If you challenge any finding, determination or decision made regarding this project in court, you
may be limited to raising only the
issues you or someone else raised
PUBLIC
at the320
public
hearingNOTICES
described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered prior
to the hearing.
The Inyo Register
Written comments and all questions should be addressed to the
Inyo County Planning
Department, P. O. Drawer Ò LÓ , Independence, CA 93526. Copies
of the project staff report are
available for review at the Inyo
County Planning Department, 168
N. Edwards Street,
Independence, during regular
business hours or at www.inyoplanning.org under Ò Current
Projects.Ó
(IR 3/12/16, #12031)
NOTICE OF VACANCY
NATURAL RESOURCE
ADVISORY COMMITTEE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Inyo County Board of Supervisors is accepting applications to fill
two vacancies, on the Natural Resource Advisory, to complete
three-year terms ending October
6, 2018. In order to qualify for appointment to this Committee you
must be an Inyo County resident
and the selection for membership
will by made by the Board of Supervisors on a County-wide basis
upon the recommendation of the
Planning Director and the Planning
Commission. The purpose of this
Committee is to act as a technical
committee on natural resource
maters with the goal of providing
pertinent information and making
recommendations to the Board of
Supervisors and Planning Commission on matters relating to mineral, solar, geothermal, water and
wind development, or as referred
to the Committee by the Board of
Supervisors or the Planning Commission. For more information
concerning this Committee, you
may contact the Inyo County Planning Department at 760-878-0268.
If you are interested in serving on the Natural
Resource Advisory Committee,
please submit your request for appointment on or before 5:00 p.m.,
March 24, 2016, to the Board of
Supervisors at P. O. Box N, Independence, CA 93526.
(3/12/16, #12030)
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the
Inyo County Planning Commission
will hold a public hearing Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.
in the Board of Supervisors Room,
County Administrative Center, Independence, to consider the following:
General Plan Amendment (GPA)
2015-02; Zoning Reclassification (ZR) 2015-02/ Inyo County
Eastern California Museum and
associated Mitigated Negative
Declaration.
The project site is located in Independence on the grounds of the
Eastern California Museum at 155
N. Grant Street. The project involves construction of a proposed
3,000 square foot metal building
that will serve to store, maintain,
and display engine #18 (as an operational exhibit) and other railroad
artifacts on the Eastern California
Museum site. Approximately 1,000
cubic yards of fill will be used to
create a pad for the proposed
building. Interior improvements
may include: a concrete slab, work
bench and other equipment for
maintenance and restoration work,
bathroom facilities, break/meeting
room, two track lines, electrical
The use is allowed under Inyo
outlets/lighting, etc. Approximately
County Code 18.22.040 with a
130 lineal feet of track will be laid
Conditional Use Permit and is
in the structure and approximately
Categorically Exempt under CEQA
1,000 lineal feet outside. Proposed
Guidelines 15303(c): New Confunctional main tract will run northstruction or Conversion of
east to southwest splitting into two
Small Structures.
spurs prior to entering the structure. An additional spur will head
If you challenge any finding, deternorth/northeast towards the existmination or decision made regarding museum building. To better
ing this project in court, you
reflect on-site uses, the County
may be limited to raising only the
proposes a GPA from Ò Open
issues you or someone else raised
Space and Recreation (OSR)Ó to
at the public hearing
Ò Public Facilities (PF)Ó and ZR
described in this notice, or in writ320 PUBLIC
NOTICES
from
Ò Open Space - 40 acre miniten correspondence delivered
prior
mum
(OS-40)Ó to Ò Public (P)Ó . The
to the hearing.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Planning CONTROL
Commission
will consider
GREAT BASIN UNIFIED AIR POLLUTION
DISTRICT
recommending
that the Inyo
Written
comments
and all quesREVIEW
OF 2016-2017
DISTRICT
AND SB 270 BUDGETS
County Board of Supervisors aptions should be addressed toAND
the ORDER
prove the GPA and ZR.
Inyo County Planning
Department,
P. O.
Drawer
Ò LÓ ,Great
In- Basin Unified Air Pollution Control
The Governing
Board
of the
to the California
Environdependence,
CA 93526.
Copies
District will conduct
a public
hearing Pursuant
for the purpose
of reviewing
the
mental
Quality
Act
(CEQA)
and
ofDistrict's
the project
staff
report
are
annual budgets and proposed California Health and Safety
the County's CEQA Procedures, a
available
for review
at the
Code Section
42316 fee
orderInyo
for the 2016-2017 fiscal year and to proMitigated Negative DeclaraCounty
Department,
168 to draft
vide thePlanning
public with
an opportunity
comment on the proposed budgtion (MND) for the project was cirN.
Edwards
Street,
ets. The District has prepared a summary of its proposed total annual
culated for public review from DeIndependence,
during fiscal
regular
budget for the 2016-2017
year, including a schedule of fees to be
cember 7, 2015 to January 6,
business
hours
or at www.inyoimposed by
the District
to fund its programs. It should be noted that a
2016. All potential impacts are explanning.org
under
Ò Current
portion of the
budget
is funded through an order authorized by Califorpected to be less than significant;
Projects.Ó
nia Health and Safety Code Section 42316, which requires the City of
(IR 3/12/16, #12031)
areofidentified
Los Angeles to pay fees to the Districtmitigation
based onmeasures
an estimate
the acnoise andwith
cultural
resources to
tual costs to the District of its activitiesfor
associated
the development
reduce
potential
impacts
to with
less
of mitigation measures and related air quality analysis associated
than
significant.
The
Planning
the air quality impacts of the City of Los Angeles' water diversion, conCommission
will consider
recomveyance and storage activities. A copy
of the budget
summaries
is
thataddress
the Inyo
County
available for inspection at the Districtmending
office at the
shown
beBoard
of
Supervisors
adopt
the
low. The FY 2016-2017 District (non-SB 270) budget may include an
automatic adjustment to permit fees toMND.
account for changes in the California Consumer Price Index. The budgets will not be adopted at the
If you challenge any finding, detersame meeting during which this public hearing is conducted. Rather,
mination or decision made regardthe Governing Board will consider adoption of the budgets at its next
ing these projects in court, you
regular meeting, tentatively scheduled during May, 2016.
may be limited to raising only the
issues you or someone else raised
The public hearing will be conducted at a regular meeting of the District
at the public hearing described in
Governing Board to be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, April 13,
this
notice,
in written
correspon2016, at the City of Los Angeles Department
of or
Water
and Power
Adprior
to the
hearministrative Building, Training Room dence
134A, delivered
111 Sulfate
Road,
Keeler,
ing.
California 93530. The public hearing on the District's total annual budgets is set for 10:05 a.m. Written comments are invited, and should be
PleaseControl
contact
the Inyo
addressed to Phillip L. Kiddoo, Air Pollution
Officer,
GreatCounty
Basin
Planning
Department
you have
Unified Air Pollution Control District, 157
Short Street,
Bishop,if California
any
questions
regarding
these
pro93514. Written comments received by close of business on Thursday,
jects
at
the
Courthouse
Annex,
March 31, 2016, will be included in the staff report sent to the Govern-in
Independence during business
ing Board members. Comments may also be made during the public
hours, or phone (760) 878-0263.
hearing. For further information, call the District's Board Clerk, Tori DeProject materials are posted on
Haven at (760) 872-8211.
the Planning Department website
(IR 3/12, 3/19, 3/26, 4/2/16, #12024)
at: www.inyoplanning.org under
Ò Current Projects.Ó
(IR 3/12/16, #12028)
east to southwest splitting into two
spurs prior to entering the structure. An additional spur will head
north/northeast towards the existing museum building. To better
reflect on-site uses, the County
proposes a GPA from “Open
320
NOTICES
Space
andPUBLIC
Recreation
(OSR)” to
“Public Facilities (PF)” and ZR
from “Open Space - 40 acre minimum (OS-40)” to “Public (P)”. The
Planning Commission will consider
recommending that the Inyo
County Board of Supervisors approve the GPA and ZR.
The Inyo Register
Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and
the County's CEQA Procedures, a
draft Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) for the project was circulated for public review from December 7, 2015 to January 6,
2016. All potential impacts are expected to be less than significant;
mitigation measures are identified
for noise and cultural resources to
reduce potential impacts to less
than significant. The Planning
Commission will consider recommending that the Inyo County
Board of Supervisors adopt the
MND.
MND.
If you challenge any finding, determination or decision made regarding these projects in court, you
may be limited to raising only the
issues you or someone else raised
PUBLIC
NOTICES
at the320
public
hearing
described in
this notice, or in written correspondence delivered prior to the hearing.
Please contact the Inyo County
Planning Department if you have
any questions regarding these projects at the Courthouse Annex, in
Independence during business
hours, or phone (760) 878-0263.
Project materials are posted on
the Planning Department website
at: www.inyoplanning.org under
“Current Projects.”
(IR 3/12/16, #12028)
REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS
Inyo County Health and Human
Services (ICHHS) is seeking qualified respondents to provide legal
assistance to residents of Inyo and
Mono Counties, aged 60 and over.
Request for Qualifications (RFQ)
applications will be accepted until
12:00 noon on Friday, April 15,
2016. RFQ packets are available
by contacting ICHHS at (760)
873-3305.
(IR 3/5, 3/8, 3/10, 3/12, 3/15, 3/17,
3/19/16, #12022)
If you challenge any finding, determination or decision made regarding these projects in court, you
may be limited to raising only the
issues you or someone else raised
at the public hearing described in
this notice, or in written correspondence
delivered
prior
to the hear- DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION TO
COURT
ORDERS
CALIFORNIA
ing.
DISCLOSE STUDENT INFORMATION TO LITIGANTS
February 16, 2016
Please
contact
A federal
district the
courtInyo
has County
ordered the California Department of EducaPlanning
Department
if you
haveinformation - including documents and
tion to disclose
personal
student
any
regarding
prodataquestions
dating back
to 2008these
- to plaintiffs
who initiated a lawsuit against the
jects
the Courthouse Annex, in
stateat
agency.
Independence
during
business
The CDE has more information and a form to register objections on
hours,
or phonebut
(760)
878-0263.
their webpage,
here's
some additional background on the case:
Project
are posted
on
In April materials
2012, the Morgan
Hill Concerned
Parents Association and the
the
Planning
Department
website
Concerned Parent Association
filed suit against the California Departat:
www.inyoplanning.org
under
ment of Education, alleging non-compliance of special education laws
“Current
by local Projects.”
educational agencies. The suit alleges the CDE failed to moni(IR
#12028)
tor,3/12/16,
investigate
and correct the non-compliance in accordance with the
law.
The CDE has denied these allegations and says it is actively defending
against the litigation. Nevertheless, as part of the discovery process, the
state department has been ordered to produce all data collected on
general and special students who have attended a California school at
any time since Jan. 1, 2008.
The CDE says it contested the release of student information but to no
avail. The court has, however, prohibited the plaintiffs and their attorneys from sharing confidential material with anyone outside the case. In
other words, no student records are to be disclosed to the public.
You may already know that the Family Educational Rights and Privacy
Act, or FERPA, was designed to protect student privacy, and it generally requires parental consent before an educational agency may disclose personal data. But there are exceptions, including court orders.
Examples of information that is stored on CDE's databases and network
drives include names, social security numbers, addresses, demographics data, course information, assessment results and behavior and discipline records.
To comply with FERPA laws, the CDE is required to inform parents and
students of the disclosure, and in fact the department is asking school
districts and other educational agencies throughout the state to post the
following link on their websites: http://www.cde.ca.gov/morganhillcase.
The link includes the official notice, as well as an objection form that
parents can fill out and mail before April 1. There's also a number to
contact the CDE with additional questions.
Links to lawsuit and forms:
Notice
of
Disclosure
of
Student
Records:
http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/ws/documents/order2016jan26.pdf
Aviso de Divulgacion/Publicacion de Records Escolares:
http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/ws/documents/order2016jan26-spanish.pdf
Objection to Disclosure of Student Information and Records:
http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/ws/documents/form2016jan26.pdf
Objecion a la Publicacion de Informacion y Registros Estudiantiles:
http://www.cde.ca.gov/re/di/ws/documents/form2016jan26-spanish.pdf
(IR 3/1, 3/3, 3/5, 3/8, 3/10, 3/12/16, #12013)
COUNTY OF INYO
PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
NOTICE INVITING BIDS
COUNTY PROJECT NO. ZP 15-057
The Inyo County Public Works Department is soliciting bids for:
TECOPA COMMUNITY CENTER
HVAC REPLACEMENT PROJECT
Tecopa, California
Bid Packages, which include the Notice Inviting Bids, Bid Proposal
Forms, Contract and Bond Forms, Special Provisions, and Plans,
may only be obtained from the Inyo County Public Works Department, 168 North Edwards Street, P.O. Drawer Q, Independence, CA
93526, Telephone (760) 878-0201. The Bid packages are available
for inspection at the Department offices during regular business
hours. A non-refundable price of $12.00 will be charged for each
set of hard copies of the Bid Package requested. Checks are to be
made out to “Inyo County Public Works Department.” The Bid
Package is also available at no charge at the County of Inyo website at www.countyofinyo.org. Bidders who obtain Bid Packages over
the internet are responsible for notifying Inyo County Public Works Department that they are plan holders. Bidders who fail to notify the
County that they are plan holders may not be notified should any Addenda be issued. If the County issues any Addenda to the Bid Package
that is not acknowledged, the Bid Proposal may be rejected.
Bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked with
the bidder's name and address, the work “BID”, and the Project
Title TECOPA COMMUNITY CENTER
HVAC REPLACEMENT PROJECT
To be considered, bids must be received by the Inyo County Clerk
of the Board of Supervisors, 224 North Edwards Street (mailing address: P.O. Box N), Independence, California 93526 at or before
3:30 P.M. on March 16, 2016 (Bid Deadline) at which time they will be
publicly opened and read aloud. No oral, telegraphic, telephonic, or fax
proposals or modifications will be accepted.
General Work Description:
The project consists of the removal and disposal of three (3) existing roof mounted HVAC units and the procurement and installation
of two (2) new roof mounted HVAC units at the existing Tecopa
Community Center, Tecopa, California. The work also includes all
required electrical connections and installation of all other associated work, for a finished and completely operational building
HVAC system as well as the sealing of the roof where HVAC unit
#2 is, as well as coating the existing ducts with “Snow Coat” and
connecting ducts of units #1 and #3. All of the work shall be in accordance with all applicable Federal, State, and local laws, codes,
and regulations.
Technical questions related to project work, site conditions, or
other related inquiries should be directed to Travis Dean of the
Public Works Department at [email protected] The Tecopa Community Center is available for inspection by request through the Public
Works Department at (760) 878-0203.
Bids shall conform to and be responsive to the contract documents,
which include the notice inviting bids, bid proposal forms, contract and
bond forms, general, special, and technical provisions, and any other
documents incorporated therein by reference. Bids are required for the
entire work described in the contract documents. Each bid must be submitted on the bid proposal forms furnished as part of the bid package.
Contract award, if awarded, will be based on lowest responsible bid total price for the total of the project.
(IR 3/12/16, #12018)
SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016 15
OBITUARY NOTICES
Mary Catherine
Franke
JEAN
WEISENBERG
Mary Franke, 91, born on May 7, 1924 in Cincinnati, OH passed
away on March 8, 2016 in Bishop, CA at Northern Inyo Hospital. Mary was
a proud and treasured member of the Bishop community for over 42 years.
Mary was the oldest of 9 children. She began her career as a nun and a schoolteacher in Oldenburg, Indiana. She left the
sisterhood after 25 years and came to California to pursue a career in public education. She met and married Lou Franke
while working as a teacher in Reseda, CA, and they moved to Bishop, on Highland Drive in 1974.
She started teaching at Bishop Union High School, where she would eventually become the Principal. She was a
champion of the arts at Bishop Union High School, and was presented the distinguished Bravo Award for the Arts, for
her work in that area. In addition, she was a close friend of author Ray Bradbury, whose love of the Owens Valley brought
him to Bishop many times and resulted in his involvement with the High School. She finished her career in education as
the Superintendant of Big Pine Unified School District. In her role as an educator in the Owens Valley, she was known for
her positive attitude and her no-nonsense management of school affairs. She was always very supportive of the youth in
Bishop and she had a special gift of finding the best in everyone. She continues to be an inspiration to all who knew her
as an educator, and those who were part of her large circle of friends.
Preceded in death by her husband, Lou Franke, in 2007, Mary had the opportunity to travel and live in different parts
of the world including Ohio, Indiana, Southern California, Reno, NV, Switzerland and Taiwan, but ultimately returned home
to Bishop, where she lived out the rest of her long and rich life, first on Academy Ave. just up the street from the school she
so loved, and finally, at Sterling Heights, where she was extremely well cared for by the exceptional staff. In her later years,
Mary always felt that the community of Bishop had become her second family, and she was embraced by its love and
support. She is survived by her only remaining sibling, Sister Angela Betsch, of Indiana; her grandson, David Franke and
his wife, Kristina, of Los Angeles, CA; her niece, Julie Weckworth (Betsch); her husband, Byron and their son, Cassius,
of Montana. Finally, she is survived by the members of the Betsch family and its many factions, the entire community of
Bishop, many of whom will always consider her to be one of the family and her many dear and close friends all over the
world. She will be missed by all, and her memory will continue to inspire those who had the good fortune to know her.
Services will be held on April 9 at Brune Mortuary, 325 W. Elm St., Bishop, CA at 11:00AM to be followed by a
celebration of her life.
Loving mother, grandmother, aunt and friend Jean
Weisenberg passed away on Monday on February 15,
2016. Her passing was peaceful, at home, with family at her
bedside. Jean was 92 years old. At the time of her passing,
Jean was the eldest member of the Bishop Paiute Tribe. She served the Bishop Tribe well, having
worked on many committees including the Planning Committee, the Governance Committee,
Owens Valley Housing Authority, California Indian Manpower Consortium, the Bingo Committee,
Bishop Indian Utility Organization and the Owens Valley Paiute Shoshone Cultural Center. Most of
Jean’s jobs were of a clerical nature. She worked at the Inyo County Courthouse in Independence
for many years. After that she worked for the State of California in the EDD office in both Bishop
and Mammoth Lakes. She also worked for the US Forest Service and the Inyo Council for the
Arts.
She is survived by her daughter April and sons Kendall, Spencer. She was preceded in death
by her husbands, Frank Weisenberg and Kenneth Billips; by her dear sister, Clara Fields and her
eldest son, Roane. She has seven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Jean had a
close relationship with all of them.
Jean was a fun person to be around, and enjoyed the company of people. Life was a party
for her and we’re sure she would like you to come to one of her end of life celebrations. Feel free to
choose any or all of the events to honor her time on earth. We know her soul continues onto its next
adventure, and she would enjoy looking down to see you celebrate with us. Memorial Service will
be held on Saturday, March 12 at Oasis of Grace (Foursquare Church), 528 Central Ave., Bishop
(Behind Bank of America. A Pot Luck to follow at 12:30pm at VFW Post 8988, 484 Short St., Bishop.
A Cry Dance will be held at dusk at Jean’s home, 2707 W. Line St., (near Burger Barn) Bishop.
Brune Mortuary
Brune Mortuary
1924 - 2016
325 West Elm Street • Bishop, CA 93514 • 760-873-4266
BARBARA
ALBRIGHT
1920 - 2016
1923 - 2016
325 West Elm Street • Bishop, CA 93514 • 760-873-4266
Anne Catherine
Scully Almeida
July 20, 1933 -February 22, 2016
Barbara Albright, 95, died on March 1 at
her home in Bishop, surrounded by family
and friends. Barbara was born in 1920 in
Sacramento, CA to Theresa and Harry Keeler
and grew up in the gold country town of
LaGrange before graduating from high school
in Oakdale, CA. A teenage surgery introduced
her to the medical world and Barbara studied
nursing at the University of California San
Francisco, graduating in 1943 with an R.N.
In 1945, Barbara met Henry Albright
playing cards in the USO in San Francisco.
They married that year and moved to Butte,
MT where her two children, Laurie and Bill
were born.
The family moved to Bishop in 1956 and
Barbara worked as the nurse at Round Valley Elementary School before
becoming the Inyo County Director of Public Health Nursing, a job she loved
and thrived in until she retired in 1980.
Several generations of Inyo residents remember Barbara not only for
memorable school immunizations but for her kindness, caring and compassion.
Barbara was instrumental in ensuring that Inyo County provided reproductive
health services, mental health services and home health support. She also
helped start the “Meals-on-Wheels” program. She did good work, and most
of the local community has benefited from her commitment to public health
and nursing care.
Barbara is survived by her two children, Laurie Albright (and husband
Bruce Morley) of Boulder, CO and Bill Albright of Reno, NV. She is adored
by her four grandchildren: Kate Morley of Bishop; Steve Morley of Brooklyn,
NY and Ted Albright and Wes Albright both of Providence, RI. Her husband,
Henry, died in 2003.
Barbara’s family is very grateful for all the support and kindness she
received from caregivers, friends and neighbors during the final years of her
life. A memorial gathering will be held at her home at a date TBD in April.
Her family encourages anyone wanting to donate in her memory to send
contributions to the Bishop Senior Center Meals Program.
After a brief hospitalization, Anne Catherine Scully Almeida passed away in Bishop,
California on Monday, February 22nd. She was 82.
The daughter of William Stephen and Catherine Tilden Scully, Anne was born and raised in
Southern California, with a few wartime years in Bethesda, Maryland. She often fondly recalled
stories of her adventures in Los Angeles during the 1940’s and 50’s, taking the bus to the beach
and road-tripping up to Mammoth to ski in the early rope-pull days. She attended Marymount
High School and USC, then UC Berkeley to earn her teaching degree. She loved music, and
excelled at dancing and ice-skating. She often said she would’ve loved to have polished her
skills and become a competitive ice dancer.
A post-graduation extended trip to Hawaii had her crossing paths with her future husband,
Clifford Almeida, through the avocation of amateur radio, of which both he and Anne’s father
were avid practitioners. The many details of that halcyon trip remained fresh and detailed in
her mind for the rest of her life.
Anne went on to a career of many years teaching elementary school, starting in East Los
Angeles in the late 1950’s, moving to the Bay Area when she and Cliff married in 1961, and
taking time off when their children, Lynne and John, were young. She returned to teaching part,
and then full-time, especially valuing her time at St. John Vianney School in San Jose. She
found worth and belonging, not only in teaching the school’s first-and third-graders, but also in
participating in the community and life of faith
she found there.
Upon retirement, she moved to Bishop, to the home she’d inherited from her parents. Finally,
plenty of room for her beloved dogs! Any who knew Anne knew that her canine companions
were the thread that ran through all other aspects of her life. She spoke often of her childhood
pets, and trained, competed with and showed Shelties and Golden Retrievers in her middle
years, taking especial pride in her Champion Golden Retriever, Eireann. Her more recent bevy
of Goldens and Cavaliers’ well-being and care were among her final concerns.
Also of prime importance to her in her retirement years was spending ttme with her family,
especially
her cherished grandchildren, Chloe and Joseph. She treasured the time she was able to
spend with them as they grew up.
Anne is survived by her daughter Lynne Almeida and partner Mike Slates, son Jqhn and
daughter-in-law Chrisy Almeida, and grandchildren Chloe and Joseph. A mass celebrating
Anne’s life will be held at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Roman Catholic Church in Bishop,
California on Saturday, March 19th, at llam. Interment with her parents at Pioneer Cemetery will
follow, and all are then invited to a reception at her home to share their memories of Anne. In
lieu of flowers, please make a donation to Inyo County Animal Resources & Education (ICARE)
in Bishop, where she was a board member for a time.
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PATSY LOUISE
SCHLEY
John
Andreas Sr.
Patsy Louise Schley was born on September 29,
1932 to Lester and Bertha Banta and passed away
peacefully at home on February 27, 2016.
Patsy was a lifelong resident of the Bishop area. She was born in Colton, CA and
at an early age moved with her family to the Owens Valley. She was raised on the
family ranch on Rawson Creek where she acquired a love for the outdoors, learned
uncompromising values and a strong work ethic.
She graduated from Bishop Union High School in 1951 and soon thereafter
married the love of her life, John “Jack” Schley. Pat and Jack started a family, built a
home, and became members of a community all of which they loved deeply. Patsy’s
giving nature provided a loving home, a warm smile, a listening ear and many family
adventures.
Pat’s home was always open to family and friends. She welcomed all with love
and without judgement. Her home was a haven for her children’s friends and she
was a mother to more than her three children. She was known simply as “Granny”
to her grandchildren and great grandchildren, as well as many of their friends.
Her backyard was a place of adventure and was the setting for many gatherings
with family and friends. Over the past decade Granny was a loving and nurturing
caregiver nearly full time for six of her great grandchildren. She gave them the very
best start in life!
When she wasn’t taking care of her extended family, Patsy had an active social
life filled with many friends. She enjoyed hiking and made it a point to take a hike
each weekend. Even into her eighties, many of her hiking friends and family had a
hard time keeping pace!
Many may remember Patsy as the welcoming face at Dr. Denton’s office. She was
a dedicated and caring worker who always showed compassion to the patients.
Patsy was preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, Jack; her brother,
Lester Banta; her sisters, Betty Goin and Ina Mason.
She is survived by her siblings Roger Banta, George Banta, Willie and Connie
Banta and brother-in-law Votie Goin. She is also survived by her children, Roger
Schley, Gary and Rachelle Schley, and Lisa and Brian Gates; as well as her
grandchildren Yarrow and Angela Schley and their son, Koa; Cedar Schley, Taylus
and Katie Schley and their daughter, Tayla; Tarn Schley; Jess Schley; Nick Schley;
Anna and Tom Scott and their children, Jade and Charlie; Tina and Reagan Slee
and their children, Wyatt and Jessi; and Gary and Nikki Milici and their children,
Lyndy and Jacey.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, March 19 at 1:00 p.m. at the
First United Methodist Church in Bishop. There will be a celebration of Patsy’s life
following the service at 2507 Sunrise Drive, Bishop.
John Andreas Sr. was born January 22, 1929 in
Bishop, CA. John passed away March 6, 2016 in his
home in Bishop surrounded by his family. He was one of
eight children born to William Andreas and Esther Collins
Andreas. With John’s passing, the Andreas family says
goodbye to a generation, as John is preceded in death
by his parents and all seven of his siblings including his
brothers, Harry Andreas Sr., Robert Andreas, Richard
Andreas, Clarence “Jefty” Andreas, Dan Andreas; and his
sisters, Virginia Davis and Mary Manriquez.
John served for a short time in the U.S. Marine Corp,
but thereafter served in the U.S. Army as a combat medic
in the Korean War. He was a proud lifetime member of the
V.F.W. Upon honorable discharge, John returned home to
Bishop and met his wife Felicia Stone Andreas of Big Pine. The couple had recently celebrated their
60th wedding anniversary. Together the couple raised four wonderful children.
John loved to go fishing and hunting with family and friends in the Owens Valley, and was known
to be very competitive to shoot the biggest buck of the season. He continued this tradition until his
legs would no longer take him there. He then enjoyed watching his children and grandchildren
continue his tradition and bring home their fish, buck and other upland game.
In John’s younger years he worked at Bishop Sawmill, Union Carbide Corporation and was a
ranch hand herding cattle around the Owens Valley, to name a few. Having done bronc riding in his
younger days, John enjoyed watching local rodeos with his wife. John also loved playing guitar and
singing with friends and family.
John was known for his yearly garden full of tomatoes, squash, watermelon, corn and
strawberries which were enjoyed by friends and family. It was a favorite task for his grandchildren to
be able to pick and eat the strawberries.
As John grew older he enjoyed spending time with his family watching his grandsons play
football or baseball, at family barbecues and holidays and spending quality time with them.
John is survived by his wife, Felicia Stone Andreas; sons, John Andreas Jr., Charlie Andreas;
son and daughter-in-law Dominic and Darlene Andreas; daughter and son-in-law, Lisa and Darryl
Tucker; grandchildren Jimi Andreas, Jasmine Andreas, Dominic “Brian” Andreas, Dominic “DJ”
Andreas, Alisha Andreas, Anthony Tucker, Nik Tucker, and Ty Tucker; great-grandchildren Mary
Andreas, Tiarney Andreas, Shelly Andreas, Natalie Andreas, Uriah Benally, Edan Andreas, Tyler
Andreas, Peyton Andreas, Joaquin Hernandez, Braylon Andreas, Rayen Andreas, Alyssa Andreas,
Sierra Andreas, Kendra Andreas and Thomas Gustie IV.
Funeral Services will be held at the Barlow Gym Saturday March 12, 2016 at 1 p.m. Burial will
follow at Sunland Cemetery and Pot Luck will be held after services at the Barlow Gym.
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16
EASTERN SIERRA pet care
SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016
From the horse’s mouth
Fleas, ticks, mosquitoes … Oh my!
By Dr. Taylor P. Ludwick,
M.S., D.V.M.
The Eastern Sierras are a
special place for myriad reasons and each of us has a list
of truly cherished aspects
about this wonderful region. For your local veterinarians, the scarcity of pet-tormenting insects is high on
this list! The vast majority of
this country – and world – is
home to blood-sucking insects
that harass, devour and infect
both pets and people. While
we enjoy very few insect problems relative to the rest of the
country, it is good for the pet
owner to understand the
threats that ectoparasites
pose both far and near and
the preventative measures
that can be taken. Flea infestation of pets is a
nuisance at best, and at worst
is a horrible affliction that
causes pain and suffering. Not
only do fleas inhabit the skin
of dogs and cats, but it is
common for carpet, linens
and lawn to harbor these parasites where existing. Even
worse than this, often the
fleas of pets will alter their
menu to include human
blood! As someone who grew
up with pets on the California
central coast, let me assure
you that we are very fortunate
to not have to deal with fleas
here in the Eastern Sierra. The reason that fleas do
not thrive here is not the high
altitude, but rather fleas
require temperate climate and
moderate humidity to reproduce. It is common for locals
who travel with pets to return
with stowaway fleas on their
pets. While fleas can certainly
cause temporary harm to the
Eastern Sierra pet, rest
assured that they will not live
Dr. Taylor P. Ludwick
bishop veterinary hospital
long. The most common signs of
flea infestation are intense
itching, reddened skin and
hair loss especially focused
towards the tail end of the
animal. There are two main concerns with flea infestation –
anemia and flea allergy dermatitis. Anemia is caused by a
large number of fleas sucking
blood from the animal. Flea
allergy dermatitis is caused by
a very potent and irritating
substance contained in the
saliva of the flea.
Now for the good news –
flea prevention is easy and
cheap with many good products available by prescription
from your veterinarian. Any
time an owner plans a trip
with pets to an area with
known flea inhabitation, it is
recommended that preventative measures be taken. It
should also be mentioned that
there is one type of flea that
we do encounter locally and it
is known as the sticktight flea.
This is a parasite of poultry
and pets that live near these
birds often can carry the
sticktight flea. Many of the
typical signs of flea infesta-
tion can manifest- intense
itching, reddened skin and
hair loss especially around ear
tips – but fortunately these
fleas tend to die with routine
treatment and don’t cause
lasting disease or human
interference. What the Eastern Sierra
lacks in fleas, it makes up for
in ticks as these insects are
ubiquitous in this area. Yes, even in Mammoth and
the high country, contrary to
popular belief. The primary
tick found on dogs in our
region is called the brown dog
tick and they are typically
active from April through
October.
Many parts of our country
have to be concerned about
tick-borne diseases in pets,
especially Lyme disease.
Fortunately we encounter tickborne diseases very rarely in
the Eastern Sierra region. A recent tick identification
study by the Inyo/Mono
County Health Department
did not find any of the tick
species locally that are known
to spread Lyme disease. Tick infestation is common
in dogs that recreate in or
near water or around wildlife
traffic areas such as the river,
meadows or under shade
trees. The most common tick
cases are individual ticks
affixed to the skin or inside
the ears of dogs, which can
cause local tissue irritation or
infection at the site of attachment. Tick prevention products
are also very effective and
they are available with a prescription from your veterinarian – usually combined with
the flea preventative product.
It is recommended that dogs
that are at risk for accumulat-
Doggie Fru-Fru
Your new best
friend – Is it a
mutt or is it a
designer dog?
By Ann M. Bare
Special to The Inyo Register
Mutt … Cur … Mongrel …
Tyke … Heinz 57 … there are
a variety of nicknames for
dogs that just happen to be
born to mismatched parents.
Sometimes it’s a bit difficult to even guess their parentage, but when you want a
dog and that dog licks your
hand when you reach out to it,
the decision is easily made.
“That’s my dog.” And you go
home with your new best
friend.
However, sometimes the
dogs that are available or traditional breeds just don’t suit
some people’s fancy. Thus,
the concept of “designer dogs”
has taken root in some social
circles, to the point that puppy
mills are churning out preferred mixed breeds for the
selective, wannabe dog owners.
In the concept of designer
shoes, designer jeans and
designer purses, designer
dogs continue to be a distinguishing mark for those who
want a little extra attention
when they walk their pooch.
With or without fashionable attire, the leashed pet
draws attention and inquiries:
“What breed of dog is that?”
“Oh, it’s a Cockapoo” (or a
Labradoodle or a Pomchi) and
the explanation unravels the
desirable qualities of each of
the parents. “The poodle’s
hypoallergenic coat and the
lab’s pleasant personality
make a great mix for our
household.”
The combination of two
breeds does not necessarily
guarantee the desired outcome, however.
Recessive genes may combine to produce an altogether
unfamiliar-looking puppy.
Same parents do not guarantee litter look-alikes, although
the personality of the pups
may be exactly what the new
owner is looking for – a companion pet.
At the same time, churning
out the often-expensive
designer dogs has created
hazards of health and welfare
for some animals.
Although mixed breed dogs
tend to be healthier and have
a longer lifespan than purebreds, hereditary incompatibility or an inability to survive
travel and careless handling
can bring a quick end to a
designer puppy’s life.
Fortunately, there are ethi-
cal breeders who do health
testing as well as take the time
(rather than just your money)
to guarantee a happy, healthy
pet.
So, what are some compatible breeds? Consider the
portmanteaus
(made-up
names based on the syllables
of the two original words) of
the following:
•Pomchi:
PomeranianChihuahua
•Dorgi: Dachshund-Corgi
•Labradoodle: Labrador
Retriever-Poodle
•Maltipoo/Moodle: MaltesePoodle
• Puggle: Beagle-Pug
•Labrakita:
Labrador
Retriever-Akita
•Cockapoo/Spoodle/
Cockerpoo: Poodle-Cocker
Spaniel
• Bull Terrier: Old English
Bulldog-Old English Terrier
• C h i w e e n i e /
Dachsihuahua/Doxiwawa:
Chihuahua-Dachshund
• German Chusky: German
Shepherd-Husky-Chow Chow
Although the created name
may not be as impressive as
the dog itself, designer dogs
are here to stay.
Considering that some
designs may become so familiar that they lose their unique
status, the canine world is
open for new suggestions.
How about a Pit-Laboxer?
ing ticks be treated with tick
preventative medication from
April through October. When a pet is found to
have embedded ticks, if you
are not comfortable removing
it, take the animal to your veterinarian for removal and
treatment. A common old wives tale is
that improper removal of the
tick will leave the head or
mouthparts behind and cause
lingering effects- even possibly grow a new tick. This is
false. Sometimes the site of
attachment becomes raised
and inflamed after removal of
the tick, but this is the body’s
inflammatory response to the
bite itself.
Mosquitoes are also very
common here in the Eastern
Sierra and while they do feed
on four-legged animals, they
much prefer us bipeds. It is important to discuss
mosquitoes though, because
the rest of this country has to
be aware of heartworm disease which is transmitted
through mosquito bite. There are more than 16
types of mosquito that can
vector this disease, but as yet
we have not seen indigenous
cases in the Eastern Sierra.
When inspecting the latest
incidence maps, it is evident
that the range and spread of
heartworm disease is growing
and we are one of the last
regions of the country that is
not affected. As the name suggests, this disease is caused
by a blood worm that takes
up residence in the right ventricle of the heart and causes
severe heart disease and
death in both dogs and cats. The larval stages of this
parasite are spread by infected mosquitoes and the infection can take more than six
Dogs that recreate near or around water can be exposed to ticks.
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months to manifest following
the bite. There are many good
preventative products available with a prescription from
your veterinarian and it is recommended that any time you
are travelling with your pet,
ensure that they have been
treated with preventative
prior to leaving this area and
then follow up with another
dose within 30 days of arriving home.
Though we do not have to
be concerned like most of the
country over fleas or heartworm, we do have our fair
share of biting, stinging and
sucking insects, so be on the
lookout for general signs of
irritation in your pets. As
always, if you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact your veterinarian.
(This column is designed to
educate the community on a
variety of topics relating to the
health and well-being of our
pets from horses to parrots and
everything in between. These
monthly articles are written by
your local veterinarians and
address regional and seasonal
topics in animal health. If you
have specific questions or topics that you would like covered,
please email [email protected])
It’s nothing to sneeze at
Some dogs have
less dander, less
impact on those
with allergies
By Ronda Addy
Special to The Inyo Register
You love dogs, but you have
allergies, so that means you can’t
have a dog, right?
Maybe.
Although no breed of dog is
100 percent allergy proof, there
are some breeds that have less
dander that the American Kennel
Club recommends for people
with allergies.
One of the breeds to make
the club’s list is the Bedlington
terrier. Growing to proportions
ranging from 15-1/2 to 17-1/2
inches in height and 17 to 23
pounds in weight, Bedlington
terriers feature a crisp coat that
has a tendency to curl. Highstrung
but loyal, they get along with
children, strangers and most
household pets as long as they
are not challenged to fight.
Bedlington terriers are fast
runners that like to dig and bark,
and therefore, should not be let
off their leash unless in an
enclosed area. They are prone to
eye and thyroid problems, PRA
and hereditary kidney disease,
and Cooper Storage disease, a
serious inherited liver problem.
Their average life expectancy is
17+ years.
Another breed on the club’s
list is the Bishon Frise. Growing
to proportions ranging from
nine to 12 inches in height and
seven to 12 pounds in weight,
Bishon Frise have loose, curly
double coats consisting of a textured outer coat and a soft, fine,
silky undercoat.
Quiet, obedient and goodtempered, they are easy to train
and sociable with people and
household pets. Bishon Frise are
prone to skin and ear problems,
watery eyes, cataracts, epilepsy,
dislocated kneecaps and flea
bites. Their average life expectancy is 15+ years.
A third breed to make the
club’s list is the Chinese Crested.
Growing to proportions ranging
from 11 to 13 inches in height
and 10 pounds or less in weight,
Chinese Crested come in two
varieties: hairless, with hair on
the feet, head and tail only, and
powder puff, with a long, soft
coat. Playful and loving, the rare
breed gets attached to people
quickly and does not adapt well
to a switch in owners. If exposed
to loud noises and well-socialized when young, they will get
along with children and household pets. Chinese Crested like
to dig and climb, but are highly
susceptible to sunburn and must
wear sunscreen when outdoors.
They are allergic to wool and
lanolin, have weak teeth and are
prone to obesity. Their average
life expectancy is 10 to 12
years.
The Irish Water spaniel, the
largest of the spaniels, is also
included on the club’s list.
Growing to proportions ranging
from 21 to 24 inches in height
and 45 to 65 pounds in weight,
Irish Water spaniels have crisp,
curly, textured double coats consisting of a curly outer coat and
a dense undercoat, and webbed
feet to help them swim.
Intelligent and easy to train, they
tend to be one-person dogs that
are reserved around strangers
but will do well with other household pets if introduced the right
way. Irish Water spaniels are
prone to hypothyroidism and
eye entropion. Their average life
expectancy is 10 to 12 years.
Another breed suggested on
the list is the Soft Coated
Wheaten terrier. Growing to proportions ranging from 17 to 19
inches in height and 30 to 40
pounds in weight, Soft Coated
Wheaten terriers must be taught
early on what is acceptable.
Playful, they bond closely with
others and get along with most
other household pets, excluding
cats. Soft Coated Wheaten terriers are prone to flea allergies
and protein-wasting diseases
such as PLN and PLE. Their average life expectancy is 12 to 15
years.
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EASTERN SIERRA HISTORY
Saturday, MarCH 12, 2016
17
Wedding of the Waters
In 1937, there was not a
more avid proponent of
Eastern Sierra tourism than
Catholic priest Father John
Crowley.
Father Crowley had first
come to the Owens Valley
in 1919. He left the Valley
in 1924 only to return 10
years later. Seeing the economic future of the Owens
Valley was not very bright
due to the water diversions
by the city of Los Angeles,
Father Crowley urged business and government leaders to focus on developing
tourism in the outdoor rich
Eastern Sierra and to build
a cooperative relationship
with the city of LA as a way
to bring economic stability
to the area.
From this, Father Crowley
formed Inyo Associates in
1935 and that group has
been working hard to support and promote Eastern
Sierra businesses now for
more than 80 years.
Crowley understood well
the value of promotion. He
knew the more attention
one could get from getting
their story in the media,
the more people would
come to visit. One of his
boldest publicity stunts
was to climb Mt. Whitney in
1934, becoming the first
priest to celebrate Mass at
the summit.
The first road leading to
Death Valley from the Lone
Pine area was a toll road
built by Stovepipe Wells
founder Bob Eichbaum.
The unpaved road was fairly primitive and was eventually taken over by the
California Highway department. The state rerouted
and paved the highway and
Father Crowley quickly saw
another opportunity to
promote the region, not
just in California, but
nationwide.
As Father Crowley said:
“Many factors contributed
to the possibility of a road
dedication without precedent. For instance, not
every road joins the top
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and bottom of a nation.
The new link did just that,
enabling the motorist to
drive in safety from
Badwater in Death Valley,
282 feet below the level of
the sea, to Whitney Portal,
8,300 feet in elevation, and
at the base of the tallest
peak, Mount Whitney,
14,505 feet.”
A three-day event was
planned that Father Crowley
titled “The Wedding of the
Waters.” A gourd would be
filled with water from Lake
Tulainyo, one of the highest lake in the contiguous
United States at 12,820
feet, and would be carried
by various means all the
way to the opposite end of
the new road, where the
water would be poured into
the Badwater Sink in Death
Valley, the lowest spot in
the Western Hemisphere at
282 feet below sea level.
The event would be one
of a grand scale, involving
not only the governor of
California but the president
of the United States as well!
Celebrities from Hollywood
to the real west would partake in the pageant.
Jerry Emm, a Native
American from Nevada was
chosen to begin the saga.
He was given the honor of
dipping the gourd into the
icy waters of Lake Tulainyo
and running the first leg of
the journey along the
mountain trail as he
descended down to Whitney
Portal, the terminus of the
The official Mt. Whitney-Death Valley Highway Celebration program outlined the weekend events.
Courtesy Eastern California Museum
Gov. Frank Merriam fires a rifle to announce to opening of the new
road to Death Valley.
paved road.
There, Emm passed the
gourd
to
Russell
Spainhower, who, dressed
as a Pony Express rider,
mounted his horse and galloped down the canyon.
Five miles later, he handed the gourd to Ted Cook,
another rider, who continued on horseback down the
road. Seven miles east, the
gourd was given to Bert
Johnson, the son of the
man who first climbed Mt.
Whitney. Astride his horse,
Mr. Johnson carried the
gourd through the streets
of Lone Pine delivering it to
actor William Boyd (known
best as Hopalong Cassidy)
who deposited the gourd in
a vault for safekeeping
until the next morning.
A fiesta was held that
evening honoring Gov.
Frank Merriam and other
state and national officials.
A small amount of water
from the gourd was saved
for the governor to ceremoniously sip during the dinner.
Day two started early in
the morning, with the governor standing on the steps
of the bank and handing
the water-filled gourd to
Sam Ball, a longtime local
prospector. Mr. Ball tied
the gourd onto the back of
his burro and walked south
to the church where a covered wagon was waiting for
the next leg of the journey.
Aboard the wagon was
Josephine Breen a descendant of surviving members
of the ill-fated Donner
Party. Pulled by two oxen,
the wagon travelled two
miles where it met up with
a genuine Twenty-mule
Team hitched to an original
borax wagon driven by
Johnny O’Keefe, a pioneer
muleskinner. A mile later,
the gourd was delivered to
Ollie Dearborn, who placed
it aboard his Mt. WhitneyDeath Valley stagecoach
and took it eight miles from
Lone Pine, to the point
where the new highway
crossed the railroad tracks.
Courtesy Eastern California Museum
Father John Crowley goes over plans with some of the participants in the Wedding of the Waters.
Courtesy Eastern California Museum
Receiving the gourd, engineer Jim Henry placed it in
his cab in the locomotive
and carried it to the railroad station in Keeler,
where the gourd remained
for the night.
On the final day, Father
Crowley celebrated Mass
on the church lawn in Lone
Pine. When finished, he
and others went to Keeler
where the train was sitting
at the station. The gourd
was carried across the platform and presented to
Louie Meyer, a three-time
winner at the Indianapolis
500, who placed it in a
brand new 1938 Lincoln
Zephyr (a corporate sponsor) and sped away to the
summit of the Argus Range,
25 miles away. At this spot
waited Gov. Merriam and a
host of officials, near a
temporary telegraph office
set up by Western Union.
Right on time, the wires
clicked and with great celebration,
the official sig-
nal was sent by President
Franklin Roosevelt, in Hyde
Park, commemorating the
opening of the highway and
Gov. Merriam fired a rifle
to announce the road was
open.
The Lincoln Zephyr, followed by a motorcade of
hundreds of cars, wound
down the steep road into
Panamint Valley where an
airplane waited to take the
gourd on the final leg of its
journey. Capt. Carey, a veteran pilot from World War
I, took the water-filled
gourd and flew off towards
Telescope Peak flying over
the mountain and down
into Death Valley, landing
on a field in Furnace Creek.
Here he waited for the
motorcade to catch up.
Once they arrived, he took
off again, flew low over
Badwater, and emptied the
gourd of water into
Badwater Sink.
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with the water of America’s
lowest lake. But more
importantly,
Father
Crowley’s Wedding of the
Waters was a gigantic success. Hundreds of people
took part celebrating this
beautiful
region,
and
America’s people from
coast to coast had been
exposed to an area that,
perhaps, they knew nothing about prior to this
event.
(David Woodruff has
lived with his wonderful
wife Gayle in the Eastern
Sierra and Death Valley for
21 years. His passions in life
are to enjoy and explore
this incredible area we are
so fortunate to live in, and
to study and research its
fascinating history. He is
the operations manager of
The Fort Independence
Travel
Plaza
and
Winnedumah
Winns
Casino.)
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mountain report
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Saturday, MARCH 12, 2016
Sierra Sojourns
Boasting about Bishop Creek Canyon
Bishop Creek Lodge is located at 2100 South Lake Road, Bishop.
Photo by Karrie Maurice
As a kid growing up in
Orange County, I was fortunate to have great parents that
liked to take vacations to spectacular destinations, usually
within a couple days driving
distance from southern
California. I can still vividly
remember spending summers
traveling by car to memorable
places like Durango, Colo., the
Grand Canyon, the Petrified
Forest and Bryce Canyon, to
name a few.
But the best memories I
have are fishing with my dad
on the Owens River in the mid’70s and then going for a short
hike near Lake Mary, then back
to the condo in Mammoth.
The next day we would
head north on U.S. Highway
395 and stop at the
Earthquake Fault, Obsidian
Dome and the dirt road to
Glass Creek Meadow before
continuing north and making a
left onto Highway 158 and the
June Lake Loop. We had great
times at the beach at June
Lake but my favorite spot as a
kid was fishing on Rush Creek,
between Silver Lake and Grant
Lake.
There’s a Polaroid picture
somewhere of my father and I
getting our fishing gear ready
next to our green 1974
Mercury Montego, one of those
giant cars with the dark green
vinyl tops. I caught my first
fish at this spot and have
spent the last 40 years returning annually to revisit my
youth. The view downstream
of the vegetation on both sides
of Rush Creek with Reversed
Peak directly above to the left
and beautiful Carson Peak
ahead in the distance looks
the same as it has all of these
years.
Almost 20 years ago now
my father decided to move to
Bishop and get out of southern California. Since then I’ve
Craig Jackson
Columnist
been very fortunate to spend
at least two weeks a year on
vacation here, spending time
with Pops and hiking as much
as possible, especially in my
new favorite spot, Bishop
Creek Canyon.
There are three major trailheads in Bishop Creek Canyon:
Bishop Pass Trail at South
Lake, Sabrina Basin Trail at
Lake Sabrina and the Piute
Pass Trail at North Lake.
It also includes some of the
best fishing in the Eastern
Sierra and spectacular fall colors in late September and
early October.
Easily comparable to any
other location on the east side,
I found out last weekend that
there aren’t too many people
in southern California that are
aware of Bishop Creek Canyon
because they “blow right by”
Bishop on their way to
Mammoth, June Lake or
Bridgeport.
Between March 2 and March
6, I attended the Fred Hall
Outdoor Show in Long Beach,
representing the historic
Bishop Creek Lodge in South
Fork Bishop Creek Canyon.
Built in 1928 by Bishop legend Art Schober, the lodge has
12 cozy cabins nestled in a
pine forest with a natural
spring and directly across
South Lake Road from South
Fork Bishop Creek, teaming
with gorgeous rainbow trout.
Along with the rustic cabins, Bishop Creek Lodge also
has a nice general store, classic bar with great views and a
mountain lodge restaurant
made of huge wood logs and
an outstanding granite fireplace.
At 8,374 feet, the Bishop
Creek Lodge is the perfect
spot to spend a few days
enjoying the mountains or for
the locals to come up, beat the
heat in the valley and enjoy a
great meal with excellent
ambiance. Scheduled to open
on April 29 this year, come on
up and experience the history
and devour some great food.
I talked to hundreds of people at the show that weren’t
even aware of the great fishing
and excellent trails just 20
minutes west of Bishop and
hope I convinced them to not
just stop at Schat’s when in
Bishop but to spend their
entire vacation enjoying
Bishop Creek Canyon.
It was great meeting members of the Bishop Chamber of
Commerce and Visitors
Bureau, as well as Jared and
Seth of Parchers Resort (3.5
miles up South Lake Road) and
the great folks of Cardinal
Village in the north fork. With
all of us pulling together and
educating the masses about
Bishop and Bishop Creek
Canyon, I think we portrayed a
positive vibe about our special
area.
(Craig Jackson is a Bishop
resident and avid hiker/backpacker who enjoys exploring his
new backyard after having
relocated here in 2013 from
Southern California. Email him
at [email protected])
Eastern Sierra Land Trust
awarded $1 million endowment
Tambour
Foundation gift
bolters agency’s
conservation
effort
Register Staff
Now entering its 15th year
of land conservation, local
non-profit Eastern Sierra
Land
Trust
recently
announced that it has
received the largest gift in
the organization’s history –
one that will have a major
effect on its capacity, and as
a result, the future of protected lands in the Eastern
Sierra.
The Tambour Foundation,
a small, private charitable
foundation focused on educational, environmental and
other advancement opportunities around the world, has
granted $1 million to Eastern
Sierra Land Trust to seed a
new endowment fund. By
bolstering ESLT’s long-term
financial security, this new
Tambour Endowment will
have a transformative effect
on the organization by ensuring that it can continue its
work protecting the Eastern
Sierra’s wildlife, habitats,
landscapes, and rural heritage forever.
The gift was motivated by
longtime ESLT members and
advisors Roger and Ruth
MacFarlane, who have been
ardent supporters of ESLT’s
conservation efforts for
many years. The MacFarlanes
approached the Tambour
Foundation on ESLT’s behalf.
“ESLT has done extraordinary work in protecting and
preserving treasured agricultural land in the Eastern
Sierra,” Ruth MacFarlane
shared. “We are delighted to
help ensure their long-term
growth and stability, and we
wish them continuing success.”
Eastern Sierra Land Trust
works with willing landowners to conserve their land’s
scenic, agricultural, natural,
recreational, historical and
watershed values, and the
voluntary legal agreements
they design together are
binding in perpetuity.
Planning for perpetuity
poses significant challenges,
particularly for small grassroots non-profits such as
ESLT that operate on a tight
budget.
The Tambour Endowment
Fund helps ensure that ESLT
will always be around to
maintain the critical resources of the working and wild
lands they’ve helped to protect.
ESLT Executive Director
Kay Ogden calls the gift, “a
sea change.”
From her perspective, “the
Tambour Endowment will
have a massive, long-term
impact on our organization
– and this entire region – by
allowing us to plan for the
challenges and opportunities
that the future will hold.”
As the new destination for
bequests and long-term gifts
made by supporters, ESLT
plans to grow this endowment fund over time, using
the annual interest stream to
support operational needs.
This will permit ESLT to
introduce cutting-edge program enhancements, purchase specialized equipment
and upgrade technology to
help better engage Eastern
Sierra residents and visitors
in the Land Trust’s mission.
Eastern Sierra Land Trust
will always rely heavily on
the support of the community to continue the work the
trust began 15 years ago.
“Without our members,
past successes would never
have come to fruition – and
future successes will never
be possible,” Ogden said.
Member donations continue to be the lifeblood of
the organization, enabling
ESLT to pursue new land conservation opportunities, continue restoration and stewardship projects, and advance
its work to educate local
schoolchildren about birds,
bees and the natural world.
They help make it possible,
“to provide everyone with
the opportunity to connect
with our magical Eastern
Sierra lands, and experience
the joy of protecting them
forever.”
Since 2001, Eastern Sierra
Land Trust has partnered
with concerned landowners
to help permanently safeguard their land against the
threat of future development.
ESLT is committed to encouraging a healthy balance of
land uses that preserves the
region’s rural identity, sustains a strong local economy,
and protects vital natural
areas for generations to
come.
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sports
Saturday, MARCH 12, 2016
Katrina Biehl, outfielder and pitcher for the Bishop Union High School varsity softball team, warms up
at the beginning of practice Thursday afternoon at Bishop City Park. The Lady Broncos traveled to
Yerington, Nev., Friday for the first of two days of tournament play concluding today with a game
against Whittel at 8:30 a.m. and against Yerington beginning at 1:45 p.m.
Photo by Mike Chacanaca
Baseball, softball seasons
underway for area schools
Register Staff
Lone Pine High School varsity girls softball team went
Mojave High School back to
the dugout with 20-2 loss.
The Lady Golden Eagles
defeated Mojave in five inning
of play with Lady Eagle Celia
Ray connecting with the ball
three times in four trips to the
batters box, with Taylor Corona
going one for two, Juliann
Jones two for three with one
run batted in, Lacie Jones went
three for three, hitting a double and knocking in two runners.
Katelyn Button went four
for four, slammed two doubles, and batted in two runs.
Mariah Button connected twice
during four times at bat with
two runs batted in, while
Berenice Gutierrez went one
for two. Cassandra Carlson
was one for one with two runs
batted in, and Ronni Siddall
went two for two, hitting a
double and batting in one runner.
Lacie Jones pitched for the
Lady Eagles striking out 11
batters, allowing two hits and
no walks.
BUHS JV softball
The Bishop Union High
School junior varsity softball
team traveled to South High
School Tuesday where they
shutout South High with a
final score of 10-0.
Dulce Ostly Vadquez was
one for four at bat, Topah
Scherer one for one, Delia
Amisone one for one, Sam
Marcinko one for three and
Mirany Gallegos one for two
with a double.
Marcinko pitched for Bishop
striking out eight batters.
The Bishop JV currently
stands at 3-0.
Lady Broncos softball
In varsity softball action,
the BUHS girls defeated South
High Tuesday with a final
score of 14-3.
Lady Broncos Little Eva
Lent pitched five innings giving up eight walks, striking
out three, and allowing three
hits.
Offensively,
Cienna
Martinez went two for three
with a triple and two RBIs,
Peyton Tetrick was two for
four, Bailee Piper one for two,
with two RBIs and Lent was
one for four with two RBIs.
Defensively Vicky Begay
had an unassisted double
play at third base.
The team was credited by
the coach as doing a great job
of working together by executing routine infield plays,
with the outfield preventing
extra bases and being aggressive on the base path.
The Lady Broncos are now
1-4 overall.
Bronco JV baseball
The Bishop junior varsity
baseball team defeated
South High School Tuesday
with a final score of 10-5.
Winning pitcher Justin
Yates, pitched three innings
in which he struck out eight,
gave up three hits, walked
two and allowed two runs.
Hunter Beal pitched a single inning, struck out three,
gave up two hits, walked
three and allowed two runs.
Cade Pascale pitched one
inning striking out one, gave
up one hit and allowed a
single run.
Offensively,
Matthew
Rosga was walked one time
and scored one run. Trace
Sapp was three for four in
the batters box, had two
runs and stole two bases.
Cade Pascale was one for
two at bat, walked for two
bases, had two RBIs, two
runs and two stolen bases.
Hunter Beall connected for
one hit during three times at
bat hitting a double, while
sending two runners across
home plate.
Justin Yates went two for
three at bat and had two
RBIs. Hunter Wasdorp,
walked for two bases and
scored a run.
Lukas DiAngelo was hit
by the pitcher while at bat
and scored one run. Austin
Thomas was one for one,
scoring one run.
“Good effort for game
one,” said Head Coach Arnie
Palu. “Justin Yates had a
strong start earning the victory. Freshman catcher Mark
Mayhugh did a fine job
behind the plate.”
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Lady Bronco Destiny Frank practices some throwing and catching Thursday afternoon at Bishop City
Park during varsity softball team practice.
Photo by Mike Chacanaca
Lady Bronco Jordan Boxley reaches for the ball during practice Thursday afternoon at Bishop City
Park.
Photo by Mike Chacanaca
Lone Pine baseball
The Lone Pine Golden
Eagles varsity baseball team
shutout Mojave 7-0 on
Tuesday in Mojave in five
innings. Starting pitcher
Garrett Sullivan had eight
strikeouts, two walks in
three innings pitched.
Ryan Cappello pitched
the last two innings recording five strikeouts and onewalk.
Offensively, Doug Moore
went two for four at bat,
Cappello three for four with
a single, double and triple.
Kyler Francone went two for
two with a single and a
walk.
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The Inyo Register
20 SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016 What is your idea of bliss?
Time in the mountains with no
deadline for return.
What is your idea of misery?
Being stuck in rush hour
traffic on a freeway in any
major city.
With whom do you identify
from history?
Quanah Parker.
Who do you admire?
My Grandparents, Steve
Sr. and Catherine Summers
Barlow for raising 9 great
human beings.
In-Depth &
Personal with
Kris Hohag
Kris Hohag grew up in Bishop. He went to
college in Southern California and Washington
state. He is an educator, organizer, artist and
former tribal leader for the Bishop Paiute Tribe.
He currently is roving between the Owens Valley
and the southwest, gathering stories and
information while interviewing people about
healthy, active lifestyles and Native American
culture. Hohag is a small business owner and
hosts the “Live From Legendary Skies” radio
show and podcast, which can be heard on the
local tribal radio as well as on iTunes.
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by indescribable beauty in a
completely foreign place.
Where would you like to live?
Anywhere in the Eastern Sierra.
Do you ever lie?
Rarely.
Who is the greatest love of
your life?
No one person. But my parents
and unborn children for sure.
When in your life were you
the happiest?
Right now.
What among your traits do
you dislike the most?
Second guessing my first
decision.
What hidden talent do you
have?
I’ve been writing, recording and
performing hip hop music since
I was a teenager.
What trait do you most
dislike in others?
Arrogance mixed with
ignorance.
What natural talent do you
wish you had?
Playing classical guitar or
piano
What scares you?
Looking back on life when
I’m old and saying “I coulda/
shoulda/woulda done…”
What do you consider your
greatest achievement?
Becoming aware of how vital
it is to keep native languages
alive.
Committment to being a lifelong student and teaching
whoever I can, what little I do
know.
What is your extravagance?
Massages and hot springs.
What is a favorite trip you
have taken?
When studying abroad in Italy,
I rented and rode a Vespa down
the Almalfi Coast along cliffs
and beaches. Other than feeling
like a real life re-enactment
of the movie “Dumb and
Dumber”, it was a surreal
experience being surrounded
In your next life, you want to
be …
Useful.
What is your favorite way of
relaxing?
Being in nature alone or with
loved ones; being quiet and
listening to the
birds, animals, winds and little
voices of the natural world speak.
What is your present state of
mind?
Reflective.
What quality do you most
admire in a person?
Courage.
What fault can you most easily
forgive or overlook?
Action with good intentions.
Who is your favorite fictional or
non-fictional hero?
All the people currently speaking
up for the voiceless ones.
Those protecting sacred places
for future generations, teaching/
learning native languages and
living their values.
How would you like to die?
With honor and respect.
Surrounded by loved ones after a
life well-lived.
What is your motto?
I learned this from my first Qigong
teacher:
“I am enough. I have enough.
I do enough. And what anyone
else thinks of me is none of my
business.”
If you have another resident in
Inyo County that you’d like to
get “In-Depth & Personal” with,
email that person’s name and
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