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Lone Pine Film Festival opens Oct. 6-9

The 32nd Annual Lone Pine Film Festival will return Oct. 6 through 9. This year's theme is Rootin,' Tootin,' Movie Shootin'. The popular event will include films, guests, presentations and more with the hub of the festival at 701 S. Main Street in Lone Pine at the Museum of Western Film History.
LONE PINE, CA
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Independence Civic Club to Host Candidate Forum for Inyo County Sheriff – September 29

The Independence Civic Club is hosting a Candidate Forum for Inyo County Sheriff. The Forum is at the Legion Hall in Independence on September 29, 2022 at 6:30 PM. Candidates Stephanie Rennie and Eric Pritchard will provide an opening statement and will respond to questions provided to them ahead of time. After a break, the moderator will ask questions generated from the audience.
INYO COUNTY, CA
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WATER POLO: Marauders blow Falcons out of the water

PORTERVILLE – The Monache Marauders beat the Independence Falcons the first water polo game of the season for the Falcons boys team and second of the season for the Falcons girls team. For both teams, the non-league game was less about winning or losing and more about what they could learn from each other.
PORTERVILLE, CA
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Bishop Fall Colors Report

The colors are just starting here in the high country! The Bishop area is one of those places where fall colors spread over a couple of months as they start up at the upper elevations (above 10,000’) and move down into the Owens Valley (roughly 4,000’). We have predominantly aspen trees in the high country and in the valley lots of cottonwoods and silver maples. Please visit our fall colors page for more information about where to see the fall colors around here.
BISHOP, CA
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Dennis Mattinson, Wetaher 9-6-2022

Welcome to HOT-TEMPER and hot it will be!. An upper ridge (heat dome) at 500 mb heights and 600 dm will continue its oppressive grip over Utah / Nevada, bringing unprecedented early September temperatures to the Owens Valley and surrounding areas. Now a pattern change looms on the horizon, as Tropical Storm Kay (a possible Hurricane) runs the Baja coast then slows down in the open waters of SOCAL. There are still a lot of variables to play out, but a cooldown and some T-storm action Saturday / Sunday is the potential scenario. Updates to come…DMATT.
NEVADA STATE
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Centennial rolls past mistake-prone Independence, 60-14

It’s difficult to imagine anything going better for host Centennial — and worse for Independence — when the two teams met for a non-league football game on Friday night. The Golden Hawks capitalized on five Falcon fumbles — four on their first five possessions — and rolled to a 60-14 victory, improving to 3-0 to start the season for the second straight year.
INDEPENDENCE, CA
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Dennis Mattinson, Weather Weekend 9-2-2022 9-5-2022

Be prepared for an extended period of hot dry, above normal temperatures (10° above average). An amplified H5 ridge (Heat Dome) can be seen on Satellite imagery over the Desert SW. A Heat Dome occurs when hot atmospheric temperatures are trapped under a ridge of high pressure like a lid or cap. Thus, that slow moving ridge will stay firmly entrenched over the region through the Holiday Weekend. Bishop and the Owens Valley will be under Excessive Heat Criteria through at least Sep 06. Stay cool out there…DMATT.
BISHOP, CA

FFX Game of the Week: Independence vs. Centennial

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — The Independence Falcons were flying high last winter after a storybook run to the Division 5-AA state championship. Well, toss out the long sleeves and the hardware. It’s September again, and it’s a new season for coach Tyler Schilhabel’s squad. “We’re not mentioning last season,” Schilhabel said. “We don’t talk about […]
INDEPENDENCE, CA

Search for hiker missing in Sierra Nevada scaled back

SEQUOIA AND KINGS CANYON NATIONAL PARKS, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) – Officials with the National Park Service say they are scaling back search efforts for a Newport Beach man after looking for him for the last 10 days. Authorities have focused their efforts on the Inyo National Forest and inside the Kings Canyon National Park where 66-year-old […]
NEWPORT BEACH, CA
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JV Volleyball vs. Lone Pine 8/30

My name is Maximo Elia, I am a junior in high school. I have lived in bishop since I was 6 months old before that I lived in Guatemala. Outside of school,...
LONE PINE, CA
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Varsity Volleyball vs. Lone Pine 8/30

I'm Bryce Lyons. I'm a Senior at Bishop High. This is my fourth year as a Bishop Bronco football player, twelfth year playing football in general. I plan...
LONE PINE, CA
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Free Upcoming Author Event in Independence

The Eastern California Museum and the Friends of the Eastern California Museum will be hosting an author event with Professor Benjamin Madley (associate professor at UCLA) for his award-winning book, An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe, on Saturday, September 17, 2022 starting at 1:00. He will give a 50 minute presentation, followed by time for questions and comments. Copies of his book are currently in stock and available for purchase at the Eastern California Museum.
INDEPENDENCE, CA
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THIS JUST RECEIVED – UPDATE: AUG 31 AUDITIONS ARE HELD OVER Saturday September 3rd from Noon-4PM

Auditions for Jane Martin’s play “Talking With…” will be held on Monday August 29th 6PM-8PM at The Forum Theater 141 N. Jackson St. in Lone Pine. Eleven female roles are available from ages 16-70. Talking With… is a 1982 play by Jane Martin, published by Samuel French Incorporated. The play is composed of eleven ten-minute monologues, each featuring a different woman who talks about her life. The play includes the pieces, “Fifteen Minutes,” “Scraps,” “Clear Glass Marbles,” “Audition,” “Rodeo,” “Twirler,” “Lamps,” “Handler,” “Dragons,” “French Fries,” and “Marks.”
LONE PINE, CA
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