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today’s weather
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Area schools are busy gearing up for successful
basketball and soccer seasons See page B-1
Charles Partridge helped lay the foundation that made
Inyo County what it is today See page A-11
The Inyo Register
SATURDAY, november 29, 2014 | INYOREGISTER.COM | SERVING THE EASTERN SIERRA AND BEYOND SINCE 1870 | 75¢
OV
School
goes
for
bond
re-fi
Inyo fugitive
stopped at
Canada border
Anaheim man
facing local
charges
for alleged
sex crimes
By Darcy Ellis
Editor
Move expected
to save district
taxpayers money
Register Staff
The Owens Valley Unified
School District recently completed a refinancing of the
district’s outstanding General
Obligation bonds, saving district taxpayers a total of
$238,747, reducing tax rates
beginning in the next tax
year.
According to the school
district, the refinancing will
bring a projected $58.94 per
$100,000 of taxable value
back to local homeowners
over the remaining life of the
bonds.
“We are very excited to
return so many dollars to our
community and complete this
deal at the moment we did,
when interest rates were the
lowest they’ve been in years,”
said Board President Sandra
Anderson. “The rest of the
board and I offer deep thanks
to the superintendent and the
entire team.”
The refinanced bonds were
a part of Measure B, a $2.6
See re-fi E Page A-5
INDEX
Calendar...... B-2
Classifieds.... B-4
Editorial...... A-4
History........ A-11
Mtn........... A-13
Sports........... B-1
TV Listings... B-2
Weather..... A-2
QUOTE OF THE DAY
“When you buy
from a small
business, you are
not helping a CEO
buy a third vacation
home. You are
helping a little girl
get dance lessons,
a little boy get
his team jersey, a
mom put food on
the table, a dad
pay a mortgage or
a student pay for
college.”
– Unknown
Copyright ©2014
Horizon Publications, Inc.
Vol. 144, Issue 143
Getting it done
Lone Pine Lions Club Secretary Beverly Vander Wall, Club Treasurer Dana Jeffries and Club President
Jeff Mullenhour (l-r) stand in front of the new bulletin board Vander Wall built for the Lone Pine Post
Office. The club had been approached by the Post Office about hanging a community bulletin board
and voted to take on the project. The Lions Club is always looking for new members. Anyone who
wants to help do “good things for the good of others and the community” is invited to ask any club member
about joining, Vander Wall said. For more information, call Vander Wall at (760) 920-1430 or Membership
Chairman Dick Gering at (760) 264-3276.
Photo courtesy Lone Pine Lions Club
A fugitive facing sex crime
charges in Inyo County was
arrested earlier this month
while apparently trying to
cross the border into Canada.
Brian Patrick Quines, 36, is
now behind bars in Inyo
County Jail after being
detained by a U.S. Customs
and Border Patrol agent on
Nov. 13 at the Peace Arch
Land Point of Entry, a vehicle
border crossing in Blaine,
Wash.
It is believed Quines was
trying to cross into Canada
and from there, fly out of
North America to avoid prosecution on at least four felony
charges involving allegedsexual abuse of a minor.
According to Lt. Jeff
Hollowell, Quines had been
taken into custody in
Anaheim on Oct. 15 by the
Orange County Sheriff’s
Department after the Inyo
County Sheriff’s Department
issued a probable cause warrant for his arrest. Inyo D.A.
Tom Hardy said Quines post-
Brian Patrick Quines
ed bail – which Inyo County’s
warrant set at $850,000 – on
Oct. 16 and was supposed to
appear in Inyo County Court
on Nov. 10 but was a no-show.
Court records from
Whatcom County, Wash. state
that the border patrol agent
making contact with Quines
that Thursday ran his name
through the system and discovered the felony warrant
issued in Inyo County for
charges that included: committing a lewd and lascivious
act with a child 10 years
younger; unlawful oral copulation by force or fear;
attempted sodomy with
See arrest E Page A-3
Supes set to rule on Adventure Trails Tuesday
Public comment
period will
precede
deliberation
on controversial
project
By Mike Gervais
Register Staff
The Inyo County Board of
Supervisors is scheduled to
make a final decision on the
proposed Adventure Trails
Environmental Impact Report
at its meeting this Tuesday.
The Inyo County Planning
Commission reviewed five
alternatives for the Adventure
Trails proposal earlier this
month. That advisory group
made no formal recommendation to the board, but did
accept comments from dozens of residents and visitors.
On Tuesday, the board will
hold a public hearing at 1:30
p.m. to gather input on the
proposal from residents and
visitors.
Adventure Trails aims to
create combined-use routes
that would be open to greensticker off-highway vehicles,
allowing out-of-town visitors
to access in-town amenities
when riding in Inyo.
Assembly Bill 628 authorizes the county to undertake
a pilot project to designate
combined-use routes up to
10 miles long on certain unincorporated county roads.
Because off-highway vehicles
were not designed to be ridden on pavement, AB 628
shifts all liability to the county.
On Tuesday, the
board will have
the ability to
select an alternative and direct
staff to move forward, or reject the
proposal altogether.
The proposal has been
controversial, with proponents projecting huge economic gains by way of
increased tourism.
Opponents have expressed
fear that the project will lead
to safety issues on local
roads and alienate visitors
who come to the Eastern
Sierra seeking peace and
quiet.
The Final EIR the Board of
Supervisors will be considering includes 38 combined-use
routes within the county and
the City of Bishop as well as
alternatives that can be considered to replace the proposed routes that are not
popular with residents and
visitors.
The EIR also includes a
route-specific analysis that
looks at both potential environmental issues and steps
the county/city need to take
to address those issues.
Inyo County Planning staff
has outlined eight possible
project alternatives for the
Board of Supervisors, including two “department-recommended” alternatives
Staff-recommended
Alternative Version A would
designate 32 combined-use
routes. Under this alternative,
the City of Bishop must
approve four routes that have
a start point in the city limits.
Alternative A would also designate county maintained
roads on U.S. Forest Service
land for combined-use.
Staff-recommended
Alternative Version B would
initially designate 12 comSee decision E Page A-5
Steve Toomey and Dick Noles (l-r) of the Advocates for Access to
Public Lands are scheduled to hear a final ruling from the Inyo
County Board of Supervisors on their proposed Adventure Trails
program. AAPL has been working on the controversial proposal for
several years, and hopes to see it approved on Tuesday.
Photo by Charles James
The Inyo Register
A-2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014 obituary notices
Raymond
Christian
Schaaf
1932-2014
A funeral mass will be held at
11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 6 at Our
Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic
Church for long-time Bishop resident, Raymond (Ray) Christian
Schaaf. Father John Gracey will
officiate the service. Interment will
be at the West Line Street Pioneer
Cemetery in Bishop. A Rosary service will be held at 6 p.m. on
Friday, Dec. 5 at the Brune
Mortuary Chapel.
Born Dec. 29, 1932 in New
England, N.D. to Rafael and Mary
Schaaf, Ray passed away Nov. 12,
2014 at the age of 81 in LaVerne,
surrounded by his children.
Though born in North Dakota,
Ray was raised in Eugene, Ore. by
his mother, Mary Schaaf. In 1951,
during the Korean War, he enlisted
in the U.S. Air Force. He spent
much of his military career on
Johnston Island in the Pacific
Ocean. In 1953, while still in the
Air Force, he attended school to be
a clerk-typist in Oklahoma, where
he met and married Teresa (Terri)
Marie Vinez on Dec. 31, 1953.
They celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary this past year.
Their lives together began in Fort
Worth, Texas, then after being
honorably discharged from the
U.S. Air Force, they moved to
Corvallis, Ore. where he attended
Oregon State University, attaining
his degree in Forestry, which led
to his career in the U.S. Forest
Service. He loved his work – fighting fire, building trail, packing
with mules and leading campfire
programs in various forests
around Oregon. He was instrumental in attaining National
Recreation Area status for the
Oregon Dunes. Later in his Forest
Service career, he moved into
administration and after 30 years
of service, he retired in 1987 from
the position of Information Officer
on the Toiyabe National Forest in
Bishop. He then embarked on a
career in real estate, assisting his
wife, Terri, in her brokerage, High
Sierra Realty. After 20 years working in real estate, he retired again
in 2007.
Ray’s life was devoted to service – to his family, to his church
and to his community. He was a
lifelong active member of the
Catholic Church, taking great joy
particularly in leading the singing
at mass. He was a longtime member of the Bishop Lions Club and
served as District 4-L1 Governor
from 1990-1991. He was a devoted
Lion and formed many treasured
relationships through the organization. His devotion to community
service also extended to his membership in the BPOE Elks, serving
as Exalted Ruler and his membership in the Knights of Columbus,
serving as Grand Knight.
During his career in the U.S.
Forest Service, Ray and his family
lived in many places in Oregon –
Corvallis, Box Canyon, the ranger
stations at Idyleyld Park and Tiller,
Reedsport and Medford. His final
transfer of his Forest Service
career took him and Terri to
Bishop, where they built their
dream home and resided for more
than 30 years. Ray was a conservationist, and an outdoorsman all
his life, enjoying fishing, hunting,
hiking and camping with his family.
He is survived by his wife of 60
years, Terri Schaaf of LaVerne; his
children, David Schaaf of Roseburg,
Ore., Mark Schaaf and his wife
Sarah of Portland, Ore., Diane
Smith and her husband Terry of
Claremont and Andrea Shallcross
and her husband Jim of Bishop. He
is also survived by eight grandchildren, Andrew, Victoria and
Rebekah Schaaf, Craig, Alan, and
Russell Schaaf, Zachary Smith, and
Nicole Shallcross; great-grand-
child, Maurell Schaaf; brother,
Edward Schaaf of Eugene, Ore.;
and beloved pet and companion,
Howie.
Any who wish to make a
donation in Ray’s memory,
are asked to donate to the
Bishop Lions Club, P.O. Box
1045, Bishop CA 93515.
Jeffery S. Evans
1941-2014
Jeffery S. Evans, 73 of Bishop,
was born in Kenosha, Wis. Nov. 5,
1941 and passed away in Bishop
on Nov. 15, 2014.
Jeffery is a life member with
the Bishop Elks Lodge No. 1603.
He is also a member of
Winnedumah Lodge Free and
Accepted Masons and a member
of the Scottish Rite and the
Shriners. Jeffery was a CHP Officer
for 26 years and lived in Inyo
County for 35 years.
Jeffery is survived by his wife,
Gloria Evans; five children,, Jeff S.
Evans Jr., Jody Hawkins, Jeremy S.
Evans, Joseph S. Evans and Jamie
J. Evans. He has seven grandchildren. Jeffery is also survived by
his sisters, Ginney Stull and Sylvia
Kelly; and sister-in-law, Janice
Evans.
Jeffery was preceded in death
by his older brother, Errol Fredric
Evans Jr.
There will be a celebration of
life for Jeffery at 2 p.m. Friday,
Dec. 5 at the Bishop Elks Lodge No.
1603 with Elks Inland District
Leader of Lancaster, Dominic
Rotel, officiating.
services
Matthew Duane Hanson
May 29, 2003-Nov. 22, 2014
Services will be held at 11 a.m. today, Saturday, Nov. 29 at the Sierra Roller Hockey Rink in the Charles
Brown Auditorium at the Tri-County Fairgrounds. Burial will be at the East line street cemetery. A potluck
reception will follow at Barlow Lane Gym in Bishop.
Cheryl L. Mack
1955-2014
A celebration of life and potluck will be held at about noon today, Saturday, Nov. 29 at the Mack
Residence in Big Pine.
Vanna June Moodie
1965-2014
Services will be held at 10 a.m. today, Saturday, Nov. 29 at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses,
181 Sierra Manor Rd., Suite 1 in Mammoth Lakes.
Raymond Christian Schaaf
Dec. 29, 1932-Nov. 12, 2014
A funeral mass will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 6 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church
for longtime Bishop resident, Raymond (Ray) Christian Schaaf. Father John Gracey will officiate the service. Burial will be at the West Line Street Pioneer Cemetery in Bishop. A Rosary service will be held at 6
p.m. on Friday, Dec. 5 at the Brune Mortuary Chapel.
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to which expectant thousands looked for their weekly supply
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of instrumental nouns. Pabulum entered English in the
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014 A-3
moments
in time
AT A
GLANCE
The History Channel
Santa Run
BISHOP – Registration is
now open for the fourth
Annual one-mile Santa Run
sponsored by the Rotary
Clubs in Bishop will be taking place at 10:45 a.m.
Saturday, Dec. 6 on Main
Street in Bishop. Residents
are invited to put on their
running shoes and kick off
the Christmas Parade this
year. To register, stop by
Sage to Summit, 312 N. Main
St., or meet at 10:15 a.m. at
the City Park on race day.
Holiday gift wrapping
BISHOP – Residents who
have a busy holiday schedule
can find some relief at the
Bishop Senior Center, 682
Spruce St., behind the city
park, from Dec. 15 through
noon Dec. 24, when the
Senior Center will provide
gift wrapping services. Gift
wrapping will take place
from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
The Senior Center is also
offering one-bound boxes of
See’s Candy peanut brittle
for holiday shoppers looking
for gifts for loved ones with
a sweet tooth.
VA coming to Bishop
BISHOP – Representatives
of the Veterans
Administration will be at
Bishop City Hall, 377 W. Line
St., from 9:30 a.m.-noon
Saturday, Dec. 6 to answer
questions from residents.
The representatives will
provide information on physical and mental health services at the VA and locally, and
provide on-site assistance to
veterans registering forHealth-e-Vet and E-benefits.
To RSVP, email icvso@
inyocounty.us or call (760)
873-7850.
LTC workshops
BISHOP/LONE PINE – The Inyo
County Local Transportation
Commission will hold two
public hearings, one scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday,
Dec. 4 at the Bishop City
Council Chambers, 301 W.
Line Sty, and one at 9 a.m.
Friday, Dec. 5 at Boulder
Creek RV Park, 2550 S. U.S.
Highway 395 in Lone Pine, to
receive input on an Active
Transportation Plan and
Regional Transportation
Plan. The LTC would like to
hear how residents travel to
school, work and social
engagements, what safety
issues (if any) prevent them
for walking or biking more
often and any other issues
regarding local roads, bike
paths, sidewalks, airports
and public transportation.
For more inforamtion,
contact Genevieve Evans of
LSC Transportation
Consultants, Inc. at
[email protected] or
(760) 530) 583-4053.
Medicare clinic
LONE PINE – Residents are
being advised to review their
Medicare part D plan before
Dec. 7. HICAP will hold a free
enrollment clinic at the Lone
Pine Senior Center by
appointment only on Friday,
Dec. 5.
Call (760) 872-2043 to
schedule an appointment.
Elks Rodeo Party
BISHOP – The Bishop Elks
Lodge No. 1603 is hosting a
National Finals Rodeo
Viewing party to benefit the
student athletes of California
High School Rodeo, District
9.
On Saturday, Dec. 13
there will be a full Tri-tip
dinner including dessert, a
no-host bar, silent auction
and 50/50 raffle for $15 per
person.
For information including
tickets or to donate a silent
auction item, contact Jon
Himelhoch at (760) 9200189.
Tickets can also be purchased at the Tri-County
Fairgrounds office Monday
through Friday from 8 a.m.-4
p.m.
Jury duty nixed
INDEPENDENCE – The jury
panel summoned for
Superior Court in
Independence on Monday,
Dec. 1 has been cancelled
and those who were summoned do not need to
appear.
United We Ride supports soup kitchen
Motorcycle club United We Ride For Charity President Dale
Renfro (far left) and Treasurer Marga Foote (far right) present a $1,500 donation to Pastor Kathleen Puntar and volunteer Roberta Cummings of United Methodist Church. The
money is earmarked for the church’s soup kitchen. Two other
charities that were chosen by the club will receive the
remainder of the club’s Poker Run proceeds at a later date.
The club said it thanks the many local merchants for their
support.
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a child under 16 years of age;
and sexual assault with
intent to commit rape on a
person under 18 years of
age.
A Whatcom County sheriff’s deputy was dispatched
to the Peace Arch POE, where
he contacted the Inyo County
Sheriff’s Department to confirm the warrant. Inyo County
faxed a bench warrant for
Quines’ arrest in response,
based on his failure to appear
in court and attempt to flee.
At arraignment the next
day, prosecutors asked that
bail be set at $1 million and
the judge agreed, although
Quines’ attorney had asked
for $500,000. Quines waived
extradition, meaning he for-
HEALINGS
Mind, Body & Spirit
feited his right to an extradition hearing, and was turned
over to California custody on
Nov. 17.
He was booked into Inyo
County Jail on Nov. 19.
According to Hardy,
Quines was arraigned in Inyo
County Superior Court on
Nov. 20, at which time he
entered a plea of not guilty.
He also waived his right to
have a preliminary hearing
within 10 days of his arrest.
The next hearing date, a settlement conference, is scheduled for Dec. 16, at which
time the judge, prosecution
and defense will likely schedule the preliminary hearing,
Hardy said.
The D.A.’s Office filed special allegation charges – sen-
tence enhancements – against
Quines of being a violent sex
offender and committing a
serious felony. If Quines is
convicted, the enhancements
could make him ineligible for
probation and would require
him to register as a sex
offender, Hardy said. The
D.A.’s Office is also trying a
second case against Quines
for felony failure to appear.
If convicted on the first
case, Quines could face a
maximum of 17 years in
prison.
It would be the culmination to an investigation
launched in June of this year
after Inyo County authorities
were contacted by investigators in Washoe County, Nev.
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that’s when the alleged victim came forward and reported alleged abuse by Quines
that occurred several years
ago. One of the incidents
allegedly took place in the
Bishop area on a camping
trip on Oct. 8, 2011.
Washoe County forwarded its reports to Inyo investigators, who filed for and
received the probable cause
warrant for Quines’ arrest in
October, Hollowell said.
Two investigators and a
Washoe County detective
made the trip to Orange
County upon Quines’ arrest.
It is believed Washoe
County will be filing its own
case or cases against Quines
for alleged crimes committed there.
On Dec. 2, 1804, Napoleon
Bonaparte
is
crowned
Napoleon I, the first Frenchman
to hold the title of emperor in a
thousand years. After suffering
military defeats, Napoleon was
exiled to the island of Saint
Helena off the coast of Africa.
• On Dec. 4, 1917, psychiatrist W.H. Rivers presents his
report, The Repression of War
Experience, based on his work
at Britain’s Craiglockhart War
Hospital, where soldiers who
suffered from psychological
traumas were treated. By the
end of World War I, the army
had dealt with 80,000 cases of
“shell shock.”
• On Dec. 6, 1933, a federal
judge rules that “Ulysses” by
James Joyce is not obscene.
The book had been banned in
the United States and England
when it came out in 1922.
While in college, Joyce began a
lifetime of literary rebellion
when he self-published an
essay rejected by the school’s
literary magazine adviser.
• On Dec. 5, 1941, the USS
Lexington, one of the two largest U.S. aircraft carriers
employed during World War II,
makes its way across the Pacific
to carry a squadron of dive
bombers to defend Midway
Island from a Japanese attack.
The Lexington never made it to
Midway Island; it turned back
when it learned that the
Japanese fleet had attacked
Pearl Harbor.
• On Dec. 1, 1959, Antarctica
is made a military-free continent. Twelve nations, including
the United States and the Soviet
Union, signed the Antarctica
Treaty, which bans military
activity and weapons testing on
that continent.
• On Dec. 3, 1967, 53-yearold Lewis Washkansky receives
the first human heart transplant
in South Africa. After surgery, he
was given drugs to keep his
body from rejecting the heart.
The drugs left him susceptible
to sickness, however, and 18
days later he died from double
pneumonia.
• On Dec. 7, 1987, despite
protests in Washington concerning Soviet human-rights
abuses, most Americans get
swept up in “Gorbymania” as
Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev
arrives for his summit with
President Ronald Reagan.
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World AIDS Day is December 1st
The Ryan White HIV CARES Program
Inyo County Health and Human Services, Public Health Division
Providing case management services for eligible HIV
positive individuals, their family or significant other
who lives in Inyo County.
We help identify needs and provide links to available resources,
such as:
• Financial Assistance
• Medical Services
• Access to Medication Programs
More than one million Americans are living with HIV infection;
approximately one in six don’t know it. Early detection can improve the
quality and length of life, encourage safer behavior and reduce
the spread of the disease.
For confidential information on HIV testing, or the Ryan White program
call; Inyo County Health & Human Services/Public Health Division
760-873-7868 ….for yourself, for your friend, for your loved one.
(Funding is provided by 2014/2015 HIV CARES Program and administered by the California Department
of Public Health, Office of AIDS)
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OPINION
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saturday, november 29, 2014
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Leftovers provide
food for thought
It’s time to pick over a platter of vaguely tasty notes, several mouthfuls of sarcastic comments, several half-baked ideas, a few juicy insights
and a sprinkling of odd news, just to spice things up. In other words,
it’s time for the leftovers.
If the Thanksgiving holiday turned into a Holler Day thanks to hardheaded relatives and their take-no-hostages approach to family chitchat, here are some folks you might want to consider inviting next year:
“Crisis Negotiators Give Thanksgiving Tips.” (Actually the “tips,” which
the CIA and FBI used to make terrorists and bank
robbers confess, were lame: Listening like you
actually care, validating others’ feelings and being
first to apologize. Sure, that would happen. After
someone gets water-boarded.)
Here’s something that will make you drop that
cold turkey drumstick: “See What Miley Cyrus
Wore to Her Unicorn and Sex Toy Themed
Birthday Party.”
A final Thanksgiving note: did you see that the
“Today Show” featured a “week-long
Thanksgiving,” just like I suggested last week?
Jon Klusmire
Cute. My lawyer will be in touch.
opinion
Back to the leftovers, and conflicting information for those who like to “get hungry” with a little herbal helper before eating: “Marijuana Kills Brain
Cancer”/“Marijuana Use Causes Brain Damage.” We need to do more
studies, said the researcher, as he put down the bong and picked up the
Doritos.
Obscure News: “Former Reality Star Loses Toes in Motorcycle Crash.”
And who was the “former reality star”? Duff Goldman, the Ace of Cakes.
The real question: who cares? Answer: Nobody. The world is lousy with
“reality stars,” and “television personalities” with a camera and a contract with one of 164 cable TV channels.
More Toiling in Obscurity: “Chivas USA Ceases Operations.”
Apparently, that was an L.A. pro soccer team. Who knew? Who cares?
OK. Three of you can put your hands down. In other soccer news,
Landon Donovan, “the most famous U.S. soccer player” is retiring.
Again, who knew, who cares? Maybe he’ll get a reality TV show so 92
people will know and 33 will care.
Now, the strange stuff: “Caffeine-Infused Underwear Don’t Work.”
Yes, someone made underwear saturated with caffeine, and someone
else tested them. I am going to let you guess what the perky pick-me-up
underwear was supposed to do when it was “working.” Oh, they were
not edible underwear, so don’t go there.
This cautionary tale outlines the worst-case-scenario for campers
who fail to secure their provisions while gallivanting around in the
woods: “Pig in Australia Steals 18 Beers from Campers, Gets Drunk,
Fights Cow.” Here are two words of advice for the farmer/owner of the
battling beef and swine: bacon burger. Grass-fed and beer-infused (from
the inside out).
From the Absolutely Worthless Department: “Zombie-Proof Log Cabin
Has 10-Year, Anti-Zombie Guarantee.” The bad news is that zombies can
read, and they’ll just wait until year 11 and come over, start a fire in the
fireplace and suck your brains out through a straw. After a day or two,
they will dine on your liver and gallbladder, and call them leftovers.
Yum.
(Jon Klusmire of Bishop will need a week to settle his stomach.)
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Save the Owens
Valley … from the
Planning
Department
Last winter the Inyo County
Planning
Department
(ICPD)
released a draft Renewable Energy
General Plan Amendment (REGPA)
which triggered an unprecedented
outpouring of public opposition to
siting industrial-scale solar facilities in Inyo County, and Owens
Valley in particular. Last spring the
Board of Supervisors directed ICPD
to address public concerns, and
ICPD has now produced a draft programmatic EIR for the proposed
REGPA.
It appears ICPD learned little
from all those meetings and public
comments. I write this because
ICPD’s preferred alternative will
lead to “significant and unavoidable impacts,” and, by ICPD’s own
admission, its preferred alternative
is the least environmentally sound
of all those considered. Does ICPD
really think this is what the public
wants?
An important problem with last
spring’s draft REGPA was the conflicts it created with existing land
management plans. Existing plans
require non-urban DWP land to be
managed for sustainable uses such
as agriculture and grazing, as well
as providing habitat for threatened
species. They preclude industrial
development. The conflicts between
last spring’s REGPA and existing
management plans were noted
repeatedly in public comments. The
new draft REGPA EIR creates the
same conflicts as last spring’s draft
by proposing a Solar Energy
Development Area (SEDA) on DWP
land at Laws. It’s as though all
those meetings and comment letters never happened.
Existing DWP land management
plans are a hard-won mitigation
measure specified in the 1997 MOU
to the Inyo-L.A. Long Term Water
Agreement. Inyo County is a party
to this MOU yet ICPD seems to
think compliance is optional. We’re
accustomed to DWP signing agreements and then breaking them but
we shouldn’t tolerate this behavior
from Inyo County. If the county
wants to industrialize open space
at Laws, it should re-negotiate the
MOU and obtain other mitigation
before modifying the General Plan
In addition to opening inappropriate land for industrial development, the new REGPA EIR fails to
close land (i.e. Owens Valley) the
public overwhelmingly insisted
should be closed. Last spring’s proposed “Owens Valley REDA,” which
inspired so much opposition, has
been greatly enlarged in the new
REGPA EIR and renamed the “Owens
Valley study area.” This opens the
door for the next planning initiative
(scheduled for 2015) to propose
even more industrialization in
Owens Valley than was proposed
last spring. County supervisors and
ICPD are supposed to work for the
public; in this case they are doing
the opposite.
There are other problems with
this new REGPA EIR which bias it
toward industrial-scale solar even
while ICPD claims to be trying to
protect the county from inappropriate development. I hope everyone reading this letter will tell ICPD
the comment period must be
extended at least through the end
of January. Then, read the EIR (as
much as you can tolerate) and submit a comment. If we all make our
voices heard we may still be able to
save the valley … from the Planning
Department.
Daniel Pritchett
Bishop
Wolves and OHVs
It occurred to me while enjoying
a quiet walk along Birch Creek road
recently that there is an analogy
between the release of wolves onto
rangelands and the release of offhighway vehicles (OHVs) into residential neighborhoods (a.k.a., the
“Adventure Trail”). Most wolves will
disappear into the wilderness and
cause no harm, but some will kill
sheep and cattle. Many OHV drivers
will obey the rules, but some will
create noise, dust and safety hazards.
But the analogy breaks down if
you carry it too far. The rancher
who loses sheep or cattle to introduced predators gets some monetary compensation for her losses.
There is no provision in the
“Adventure Trail” to compensate
residents for the lost quality of life
and decline in property values due
to this nuisance.
But I have a suggestion. If the
Board of Supervisors votes to
approve “Adventure Trail” routes
in residential neighborhoods, they
should at the same time direct the
Inyo County Assessor to lower
assessed evaluations and property
taxes for all residences located
along approved routes. I think a 25
percent reduction would be fair
compensation.
Steve McLaughlin
Big Pine
Adventure Trails not
the destructive
project it’s made
out to be
I want to express my support for
the Adventure Trails program. I
believe that having access to public
lands is incredibly important. I
understand that responsible use
must be emphasized – but that is
what the program is about. I believe
that people against this already
have impacts from street-legal
vehicles not following the posted
limits. Adventure Trails is not going
to be a passport for moto-cross
cycles defacing your front lawn or
exceeding city speed limits.
I want to know that when I can
no longer hike into the backcountry wilderness, it will be possible to
take a Sunday drive to a remote
frontcountry area. I envision catching lunch or dinner in town. I
recently overheard a very nice couple that had driven their ATV to
our eating establishment and were
headed back after their lunch. No
need for a monster truck (which is
just as noisy and worse for congestion) to trailer the vehicle to a recreational area. I want to continue to
explore the Bishop area and would
love to have 4x4 access. Currently I
hike or bicycle as far out as I can on
the rough dirt roads but there are
many trailheads I can’t even get
to.
Jen Williams
Chalfant Valley
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Board of Supervisors:
• District 1 Linda Arcularius:
(760) 387-2692 Office
(760) 387-2147 Fax
[email protected]
• District 2 Jeff Griffiths:
(760) 937-0072 Office and Cell
[email protected]
• District 3 Richard Pucci:
(760) 878-0373 Office
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• District 4 Mark Tillemans:
(760) 938-2024 Office
(760) 878-8506 Cell
[email protected]
• District 5 Matt Kingsley:
(760) 878-8508 Office and Cell
[email protected]
• Address for all:
P.O. Drawer N, Independence,
CA 93526
County Administrator: Kevin
Carunchio, (760) 878-0291,
[email protected]
Regular meetings of Board of
Supervisors: Every Tuesday, 9 a.m.
(some
exceptions),
County
Administrative
Independence.
Center
in
City of Bishop
City Hall: 377 W. Line St., Bishop,
CA 93514; (760) 873-5863;
www.ca-bishop.us
City Council:
• Mayor Jim Ellis
(760) 872-0780
[email protected]
• Mayor Pro Tem Patricia Gardner
(760) 873-8579
[email protected]
Laura Smith
(760) 872-4034
[email protected]
• Keith Glidewell
(760) 920-2256
glidewellbishopcitycouncil@
gmail.com
• David Stottlemyre
(760) 873-7585
[email protected]
Address for all: 377 W. Line St.,
Bishop, CA 93514
City Administrator/Community
Services Director: Jim Tatum, (760)
873-5863, [email protected]
Regular meetings of City Council:
second, fourth Mondays, 7 p.m., City
Hall
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014 A-5
Proposed combined-use routes
Register Staff
The following is a breakdown of the Adventure Trails
routes proposed throughout
Inyo County that the Board of
Supervisors will be considering this Tuesday.
Aberdeen Area Routes
1. Aberdeen to Division
Creek Road
2. Aberdeen to Taboose
Creek Road
3. Aberdeen to Birch Creek
Road
Northern Inyo Range Area
Routes
1. Death Valley Road –
Harkless to Papoose
2. Death Valley Road –
Harkless west to U.S. Forest
Service Road
3. Death Valley Road –
Papoose to Little Cowhorn
Big Pine Area Routes
1. Bristlecone Motel to
Keough’s
2. Big Pine Chevron to
McMurray Meadows Road
Bishop Area Routes
1 Golden State Cycles to
Poleta Off-Highway Vehicle
area
2. Tri-County Fairgrounds
to Poleta OHV area
3. Chamber of Commerce
to Poleta OHV area
4. Pizza Factory to Poleta
OHV area
5. Browns Town to Poleta
OHV area
6.
Pleasant
Valley
Campground to Horton
Creek
7.
Pleasant
Valley
Campground to Tungsten
Lone Pine resident George Foreman (l) and Bureau of Land Management Outdoor Recreation Planner
Richard Williams (r) at a ribbon cutting held earlier this year at the Poleta OHV recreation area east of
Bishop.
Photo by Rena Mlodecki
City Road
8.
Pleasant
Valley
Campground to Casa Diablo
Road
9. Browns Town to Bir
Road
10. Coyote Valley Road to
end
11. Silver Canyon Road
midway to top
12. Silver Canyon Road top
to Wyman Canyon Road midway
13. Britt’s Diesel to Casa
Diablo Road
14. Britt’s Diesel to Poleta
OHV area
15. Britt’s Diesel to Silver
Canyon midway
16. Wyman Canyon Road
stretch
17. Poleta OHV area to
Black Canyon Road
Independence Area Routes
1. Independence Inn to
betty Jumbo Mine Road turn
2. Betty Jumbo Mine Road
to Santa Rita Flat turn
3. Independence Inn to
Foothill Road via Onion Valley
Road
6. Still Life Cafe to Foothill
Road end via Onion Valley
Road
Lone Pine Area Routes
1. Boulder Creek RV Park
to North Fort Lubken Creek
2. McDonald’s to Mo Road
via Tuttle Creek Canyon
3. Lone Pine Propane east
to Quarry Road
4. Carls Jr. to Movie Road
via Tuttle Creek Road
5. Dave’s Auto Parts to
Movie Road via Tuttle Creek
Road
6. Dow Villa to Movie Road
via Tuttle Creek Road
7. Movie Road to near the
end of Hogback Road.
(Note: Many routes will
require approval of partner
agencies, such as the Bureau
of Land Management, U.S.
Forest Service and private
property owners if approved
by the Inyo County Board of
Supervisors.)
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million bond approved by 56.3 percent of
district voters in 2005. This local investment in the district’s schools was leveraged to garner more than $1 million from
Sacramento and repair, upgrade and
improve classrooms and facilities in
Independence.
“I am honored to have the opportunity
to lead this incredible district and look
forward to embracing the partnership we
already enjoy with the community,” said
Superintendent Dan Moore. “Of course,
when we can return something back to
local residents – and reduce property
taxes – the Board and I will jump at the
chance to make it happen.
“In the months and years to come, I
also encourage members of our community and residents throughout all of Inyo
County to stop by, see how we’re continuing to improve this campus and learn
more about the unique education we provide to our students.”
Randy Moore,
Owens Valley Superintendent
decision
Continued from front page
bined-use routes, with four
routes within the City of
Bishop. This alternative
would also designate county maintained roads on
USFS land for combineduse, but condition that use
upon the Forest Service
approval of a jurisdictional
agreement for 20 additional
combined-use routes.
Among the other alternatives listed in the EIR is a
“no action” alternative that
would mean no combineduse routes would be designated.
Alternative 2 proposes a
reduction of routes based
on environmental constraints, such as air quality,
biological resources, hydrology, etc.
Alternative 3 states that
routes may not be designated for combined use if
they have not been approved
by the California Highway
Patrol. The CHP Safety
Determination approved 36
of the 38 routes with one
route in Independence and
one route in Big Pine being
denied.
Alternative 4 would mandate seasonal combined
use closures on routes during “certain seasons.”
Alternative 5 would not
include routes that link to
or cross Inyo National
Forest land in the project.
This alternative would
remove 22 of the 38 proposed
combined-use
routes.
Alternative 6 is a phased
pilot program that would
initially designate a limited
number of combined-use
routes based on the feasibility of the route implementation, including environmental constraints. This
alternative would only initially designate four routes.
The county would monitor the limited number of
routes before the end of the
pilot project. Information
based upon the results of
the monitoring of the
impacts caused by the use
of the designated routes
Josh Hart,
Inyo County
Planning Director
Cathreen Richards,
Senior Planner,
Inyo County Planning
Department
would be available for consideration by the state legislature in determining
whether to extend the legislation so that the Adventure
Trails project could continue on an interim or permanent basis.
On Tuesday, the board
will be charged with accepting public comment on the
controversial proposal, and
will have the ability to select
an alternative and direct
staff to move forward, or
reject the proposal altogether.
Postmenopausal women with osteoporosis who take
denosumab (Prolia®) long-term have increased bone density,
sustained low rate of fractures, and a favorable benefit/risk
profile, a new multinational study finds. The results were
presented Sunday, June 22, at ICE/ENDO 2014, the joint
meeting of the International Society of Endocrinology and the
Endocrine Society in Chicago.
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Two new studies in the Journal of Child and Adolescent
Psychopharmacology compared the effectiveness and safety of the anti-depressive
drug duloxetine, a serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (SNRI), to fluoxetine or,
in each case, a placebo in children and adolescents with major depressive disorder
(MDD). They compared the treatments based on worsening of suicidal ideation,
emergence of suicidal behavior, and adverse effects including abnormal findings
on an electrocardiogram and laboratory tests. Neither study found a significant
difference in response between the two drugs and placebo.
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in adults with diabetes mellitus. Afrezza is a rapid-acting inhaled insulin that
is administered at the beginning of each meal. An estimated 25.8 million (18.8
million diagnosed and 7.0 million undiagnosed) people in the United States – or
approximately 8.3 percent of the population – have diabetes. Over time, high blood
sugar levels can increase the risk for serious complications, including heart disease,
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Home tour approaches
Randy and Mickey Short’s Bishop home is one of the five beautiful houses included on the 2014
Holly Berry Home Tour, a fundraiser for the Bishop First United Methodist Church being held
from 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 7. The geese, shown in the front yard snow, return to the Short’s
home every day to visit the large pond. “Their home has many elegant and unusual features
and is beautifully decorated for the Christmas season,” a spokesperson said. “Join in the tour to
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All are invited to kick off
the Christmas season with a
live performance of Christmas
music from local singers next
Friday.
The Bishop Union High
School Chorus will perform at
the Bishop Senior Center
under Choir Director Diana
Lanane at 1 p.m. Friday, Dec.
5.
Everyone is welcome to
attend and enjoy “a remarkable Christmas repertoire,” a
spokesperson said.
The concert will feature:
• The honor choir: sopranos Jessica Arellano and
Celica Cook; II sopranos
Maddie
Hardiman
and
Samantha Hess; Altos, Nakya
Houle, Chyna Murray and
Samantha Orth; tenors Rowen
Benson and Chris Molina; and
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014
FAMILY FEATURES
T
he holidays are a special time of year
to celebrate and connect with family
and friends. From a cookie swap at work
to a formal holiday dinner at home, with the
right kind of recipes and a little planning, any
holiday gathering can be a sweet success.
But, before you tie your apron strings and
grab your rolling pin, avoid the last minute trips
to the store by stocking up on baking staples
like flour, butter, sugar and especially eggs.
As a versatile and affordable ingredient, eggs
can be used in everything and offer limitless
baking possibilities — from pies to cookies to
eggnog. Plus, at 15 cents apiece, they can be an
affordable way to feed a crowd for the holidays.
For holiday recipes, baking hacks and more,
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Mini Pumpkin Pies
Prep time: 35 minutes
Chill time: Several hours or overnight
Cook time: 35–37 minutes
Yield: 6 mini pies
Crust:
3 cups all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup vegetable shortening, cold
2 egg yolks
6–8 tablespoons ice water, divided
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
Filling:
3 eggs, slightly beaten
1 can (15 ounces) pumpkin
3/4 cup packed light brown sugar
1 1/2 teaspoons cinnamon
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
1/4 teaspoon ground cloves
1 cup half and half
To make unbaked crusts, mix flour and salt in large bowl.
Cut in shortening with pastry blender until pieces are size
of small peas. Mix egg yolks, 6 tablespoons ice water and
lemon juice in small bowl. Add to flour mixture, 1 tablespoon at a time, stirring lightly and tossing with fork until
moistened and dough just holds together. Add remaining ice
water, if needed. Gather dough and shape into six 1-inchthick disks. Refrigerate, wrapped in plastic wrap, 1 hour
or overnight.
Roll out each dough disk on lightly floured surface,
rolling from center to edge, to form 6-inch circle. Fold into
quarters; ease and unfold into 4-inch pie plate. Press pastry
gently against bottom and sides of pie plate, easing out any
air. Trim edge leaving 1/2-inch overhang. Fold overhang
under; flute edge. Refrigerate, covered, at least 30 minutes.
Heat oven to 400°F.
Whisk eggs, pumpkin, brown sugar, cinnamon, salt,
ginger and cloves in medium bowl. Beat in half and half.
Pour approximately 2/3 cup into each mini piecrust.
Carefully place pies on rack in oven. Bake 15 minutes.
Reduce oven to 350°F; continue baking 20–22 minutes or
until knife inserted midway between center and edge of pie
comes out clean.
Cool completely on wire rack. Refrigerate, loosely covered,
until firm, several hours or overnight.
Garnish with toasted pecans and whipped cream.
Chocolate Peppermint Crinkles
Sugar Cookie Cut-Outs
Prep time: 15 minutes
Chill time: 2 hours or up to
2 days
Cook time: 8–10 minutes
per batch
Yield: 4 dozen cookies
1 cup (2 sticks) unsalted
butter, room
temperature
1 cup granulated sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla
1 egg, room temperature
2 egg yolks, room
temperature
2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
Icing:
2 2/3 cups powdered sugar,
sifted
2 tablespoons meringue
powder
4 tablespoons water
Combine butter, granulated
sugar and vanilla in mixer bowl.
Beat on medium speed until light
and fluffy, about 3 minutes. Add
egg and egg yolks; beat on low
speed until blended. Gradually
add flour and salt, beating just
until blended.
Refrigerate dough, wrapped
in plastic wrap, at least 2 hours
or up to 2 days.
Heat oven to 350°F. Work
with 1/2 of dough at a time,
keeping remaining dough refrigerated. Roll out dough on lightly
floured surface to 1/4-inch
thickness. Cut out cookies using
cookie cutters; place 1 inch apart
on parchment paper-lined or
ungreased baking sheets.
Bake in oven until edges are
lightly browned, 8–10 minutes.
Cool on baking sheets 1 minute.
Remove to wire racks; cool
completely.
For icing, combine powdered
sugar, meringue powder and
water in mixer bowl. Beat on
high speed until light and fluffy,
6–8 minutes. If icing is too
thick, thin with small amount
of additional water.
Prep time: 30 minutes
Chill time: 1 hour or overnight
Cook time: 8–10 minutes per batch
Yield: 6 dozen cookies
2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour
1/4 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 cups granulated sugar
1 package (12 ounces) or 2 cups semisweet
chocolate chips, melted, cooled
3 eggs, room temperature
1/2 cup vegetable oil
1 teaspoon peppermint extract or vanilla
1/3 cup powdered sugar, sifted
1/4 cup crushed peppermint candies or candy canes
1/3 cup granulated sugar, for rolling
Mix flour, cocoa powder, baking powder and salt in large bowl.
Combine sugar, cooled chocolate, eggs, oil and peppermint extract in mixer bowl. Beat on medium speed until
blended. Gradually add flour mixture, beating on low speed
until blended.
Refrigerate, covered, until firm enough to shape, about
1 hour or overnight.
Heat oven to 350°F. Mix powdered sugar and crushed
candy in small bowl. Work with 1/3 of dough at a time,
keeping remaining dough refrigerated. Shape dough into
1-inch balls; roll in granulated sugar first and then in
crushed candy mixture. Place 2 inches apart on parchment
paper-lined or ungreased baking sheets.
Bake in oven until lightly browned, 8–10 minutes. Cool
on baking sheets 1–2 minutes. Remove to wire racks; cool
completely.
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RELIGION
A-8
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014
Nurturing mediocrity
By the Creek
The
Magnificat
One of the purest expressions of worship is the
“psalm” of Mary found in
Luke chapter 1:46-55. She
has just heard the prophetic
words of Elizabeth in the
preceding verses and
responds in overwhelming
veneration. Note how she
does this by affirming his
character in the first couple
of verses.
“My soul exalts the Lord,
And my spirit has rejoiced
in God my Savior. For He
has had regard for the humble state of His bondslave;
For behold, from this time
on all generations will count
me blessed. For the Mighty
One has done great things
for me; And holy is His
name. AND HIS MERCY IS
UPON GENERATION AFTER
GENERATION TOWARD
THOSE WHO FEAR HIM.”
Mary is extolling God for
who he is. In the very center
of her being, in her totality
she is exalting God for nothing less than his true nature,
his character, his essence of
being. She does subsequently proclaim the great deeds
he has performed, which are
an acknowledgment of his
great power. Yet, they are
deeds which he has chosen
to perform absent the solicitation of men.
She recognizes the awesome power of God, thus his
Sovereign authority over all,
including herself. She
affirms his holiness, the very
essence of purity and distinctiveness of the person of
God that only he holds. And
she declares the unimaginable, unmerited mercy God
has demonstrated to mankind throughout history.
Amazing wisdom and maturity from a young girl!
One thing strikes me as
being glaringly absent from
this Psalm – it is the supplication for benefits from the
hand of Yahweh. She is not
seeking graces on her
behalf. No needs, wants,
desires or demands, merely
magnifying or praising her
God.
Now, I am not saying that
we should not supplicate
God for gifts or graces, but
should they not be asked for
with the intent of glorifying
God? And should they not
be asked for in the proper
Pastor Kelly Larson
Columnist
perspective? Even the Lord’s
prayer places the exaltation
of God, “Hallowed be your
name,” before the asking of
needs, “Give us this day…”
When it comes down to it,
shouldn’t this be the first
and foremost order of worship- announcing, ascribing,
and affirming the perfect
attributes of the Sovereign
God of all creation rather
than our “needs,” wants,
desires, demands, entreaties? Is not worship, or
should not worship be
something w-a-y beyond
ourselves? After all, we were
made to glorify God! Period!
Point blank: What is your
Magnificat? How do you
pray? Do you pray to the
Sovereign of all for his glory
to be revealed, or your own?
My guess is that, if you are
like most of us your prayers
quickly accelerate to shopping lists issued to a “vending machine” God who is
expected to answer according to our desires, instead of
ruminating on and in the
essence of God.
We would do well to follow the exemplary model of
this first-century adolescent
girl. Would that we would
ascend as a people of God to
her level of maturity!
Thank God! Yes, thank
God!
(Kelly Larson is pastor of
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
am. For more information,
call (760) 872-7188 or email
www.BishopCreekCommunity.
org.)
This is Thanksgiving
week, something we would
normally discuss now. So let
me say that this writer is
thankful for the many blessings he has received, in the
many forms in which they
have come, including having
the privilege to share
thoughts with you all here
in this page. But for the
moment since we are so
close to wrapping up our
dealings with Screwtape …
Last time we discussed
Screwtape’s redefinition of
democracy from process to
attitude. The desired outcome of this readjustment,
according to the demon, is
to produce in people the
widespread belief in the concept of I-am-as-good-as-you.
By encouraging this belief,
Screwtape would have us
ignore two things. His new
definition takes away the
actual purpose of the democratic process, that all people are to be treated equally
by the law, but instead substitutes that all outcomes
for everyone must be the
same under the law. The
attitude encourages as a
matter of principle the idea
that to be different is to be
inherently unequal.
Difference is therefore
undemocratic, regardless of
the obvious fact that each of
us has a variety of talents
and abilities that do not
make us directly, equally,
interchangeable. All outcomes must be the same!
But how does this apply to
education?
Screwtape goes into a
long-winded explanation of
how this fake democratic
perspective applies to education and what we could
call the strategic goal at
which he aims. I-am-as-goodas-you, which already tends
to set people on edge over
perceived differences,
assumes a paternalistic view
towards students. Teachers
simply cannot allow students to feel shamed or
traumatized if they cannot
excel in the same way as
1. Is the book of Luke in
the Old or New Testament,
or neither?
2. Matins, lauds, prime,
terce, sext, none, vespers
and compline are the … ?
Magi
Pagan goddesses
Eostre
Canonical hours
3. How many different
books of the Old Testament
are divided into two parts?
2
3
4
5
4. Where do you find the
phrase, “God is love”?
Genesis
Nehemiah
Hebrews
1 John
5. What Jewish ruler visited Jesus by night?
Hezekiah
Barabbas
Nicodemus
Darius
6. How many suicides are
recorded in the Bible?
0
7
14
21
7. Is the book of 3 Kings
in the Old or New Testament
or neither?
8. Who said, “I indeed
baptized you with water,
but He will baptize you with
the Holy Spirit”?
Matthew
Mark
John the Baptist
Luke
9. Jesus says that to see
the kingdom of God, you
have to …?
Love one another
Be born again
Do what’s right
Tithe
10. From Leviticus 14,
how long was a “clean” person required to remain outside his tent?
1 night
2 nights
4 days
Round Table Christmas
Round Table Christmas,
an annual event presented
by the Bishop Nazarene
Church, is scheduled for
4-6:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec.
6.
The event will feature the
BUHS Choirs, Sweet Adeline
another student in a given
area. The supposed remedies fall into three general
categories. First, hold the
adept students back to the
pace of the non-adept in
order to avoid traumatizing
anyone.
Second, tell the students
that all subjects have an
equal value to the maintenance and growth of a society or culture, when in fact
they do not. Screwtape gives
an exaggerated example of
this to make the point. “At
schools, the children who
are too stupid or lazy to
learn languages and mathematics and elementary sciences can be set to doing
things that children used to
do in their spare time. Let
them, for example, make
mud pies and call it modeling.” A present-day example
of this surfaced recently
when Robert Morris
University in Chicago started
giving athletic scholarships
for video game-playing.
Third, limit course content so as to leave out inconvenient facts or ideas that
would ordinarily evoke discussion and debate, or
adjust examinations to
ensure that all students get
good grades or guaranteed
entry.
The near-term goal of this
application of democracy-asattitude, the I-am-as-goodyou point of view, according
to Screwtape, is to eliminate
penalties for failure to learn,
Chorus of the Easten Sierra,
the United Methodist Choir
as well as various selections
by a spectrum of local talent. The church is located on
West Line Street across from
the Northern Inyo Hospital.
For more information about
obtaining tickets, call Ellen
at the church office, (760)
873-3735.
Submissions welcome
7 days
11. What town or city
was Saul of Tarsus near
when he converted to
Christianity?
Damascus
Assos
Corinth
Gaza
12. Which apostle’s mother-in-law is mentioned in
the Bible (KJV)?
Peter
Judas
James
Andrew
ANSWERS:
1) New
2) Canonical hours
3) 3
4) 1 John
5) Nicodemus
6) 7
7) Neither
8) John the Baptist
9) Be born again
10) 7 days
11) Damascus
12) Peter
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thought has been eliminated, the result is mediocrity,
the very oatmeal of souls on
which he regrets he must
feast. It is a triumph of
ashes, but one in which he
would be content, thinking
he will win Hell’s battle with
God simply by counting the
numbers of His children he
has hurt.
One side note: a secular
author has seen the very
same situation Screwtape
desires, using the very same
methods Lewis outlines
through Screwtape. The
Giver, by Lois Lowry, deals
with a society structured in
much the same way
Screwtape would have us
achieve, built by the tools
discussed here.
Unfortunately, for her, the
situation has no solution.
The real answer rests on the
application of one verse to
the world around us, “For
God has not given us the
spirit of fear; but of power,
and of love, and of a sound
mind” (2 Timothy 1:7).
(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.)
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 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
(ELS-WELS)
Sunday Service 9:30 a.m.
www.bishoplutherans.com
162 Sneden Street - Bishop
873-6589
Rev. Samuel Gullixson
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
Bishop Creek
Community Church
An Evangelical Free Church • Kelly Larson, Pastor
Join Us at Our New Location
700 Hobson St. (at Keough and Hobson Sts.)
11:00 a.m. Sundays at St. Timothy’s Anglican Church
“Great is the Lord and Greatly to be Praised”
Psalm 145 • Pastor Kelly Larson
Come And Join Us!
www.bishopcreek.org
Church
on the
Mountain
Love is our motive.
Honor is our method.
Jesus is our model.
Pre-Service Prayer: 8:30-9:30 a.m.
in the Garden House of Prayer
Sunday Service: 10 a.m.
Children’s Ministry
& Nursery Available
Mike & Heather
Gehringer
Pastors
384 S. Landing Rd.
Crowley Lake, CA 93546
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while at the same time eliminating incentives to learn.
Implicit in this situation is
the idea that teachers stop
being teachers and instead
become facilitators whose
job it is to ensure no student suffers a loss of selfesteem. It is easy to see how
teachers could become facilitators under such circumstances.
In support of this nearterm goal, Screwtape argues,
is the thought that all education should be provided
by the state. He lists several
methods of achieving this
situation. Among them are
punitive taxes, which implies
the passage of ever more
restrictive laws and regulations. Of course, manipulation of curriculum and standards has already been mentioned. It is both process
and an end in itself, guaranteed to maintain the status
quo once it is achieved.
Screwtape’s long-term
goal is to produce the very
situation in which he finds
himself now. In a society in
which everybody is the
same, in which the educational system has been engineered to ensure equality of
outcome, in which controversy and independent
www.churchonthemountain.org
(760) 935-4272
Valley Presbyterian
Church
Rev. Tammy Mitchell Red Owl
Fri. Bible Study 1:00 p.m.
Sunday Worship & Sunday School 11 a.m.
873-8960 • 2912 W. Line • Bishop
John 3:16: For God so
loved the world that he
gave his one and only Son,
that whoever believes in
him shall not perish but
have eternal life.
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RELIGION
A-9
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014
Living the solution
In giving us free will,
God has given us the
power of decision over
our lives. We can dwell on
our problems, or move
towards solutions.
We all know individuals
suffering from situations
and circumstances that
happened years ago. They
are reminded daily of past
incidents or past mistakes,
and they keep the past
alive, bringing it into the
present.
There is a way these
people can move forward
with their lives and enter
into the newness of life. It
may seem difficult or even
impossible to do, but it all
involves making the decision to change.
The past has already
taken place, and we live in
the present, which will
determine or future. What
we are doing right this
moment will set up what
we are doing tomorrow.
Life moves from the present to the future, always.
If you drag the problems
of the past into today, you
can be assured they will
be there tomorrow, and
the next day in perpetuity,
as long as you hold tight
to the past. Living this
way is debilitating, at best,
and keeps the way out
clouded by limited or negative memory.
Your mind is a powerful thing, but we must
remember, there is only
one mind and that Mind is
the Mind of God and we
are all using it. That same
Rev. Walt ShaReR
COLumNIst
Mind which created the
Universe, you and everything else is operating in
you, by means of you and
as you. Divine Mind has
never ceased creating. The
utilization of the Mind of
God sets up the creation. In other words, God
takes the direct impress of
our thoughts and acts
upon them. You and you
alone are directing this
action.
Your desire to remain
captive to the past will
keep you there, but if you
make a decision to move
on, you have opened a
new door to a brighter
world. Only one time in
the healing ministry of
Jesus did he ask about the
past in the people that
came to him, and that was
only to establish the manner of healing. The people
that came to Jesus had
made a choice to be free
of their shackles. Just to
be in his presence, or even
to touch the hem of his
robe, added resolve to be
rid of the past and move
into a whole new world.
In Religious Science, we
don’t beseech God to
remove or change anything. We see it done. We
don’t identify negative
conditions as ours. We
claim wholeness, completeness and fulfillment
as ours right now. The
Divine within does not
need to be reminded of
what you did or experienced yesterday; Its
actions are based on what
you are doing now. This is
the place where we let go
and let God.
New creative ideas will
flood into the void created
by moving forward. Life is
always progressing and
you are moving with the
Divine flow of goodness,
truth and beauty. Make a
decision today to enter
into the newness of life.
You will never regret it.
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.)
Christmas
Songbook
2014
From the Pulpit
Advent and you
Our culture is so consumed with Christmas we
forget the blessed season
of Advent. Advent has an
ancient historical background. It is hidden 400
years between the Old and
New Testaments where
God’s people were bitterly
persecuted by the Greek
tyrant Antiochus
Epiphanes. Before that it
goes back 4,000 years
when God’s people waited
in their despair and hopelessness for God to come
into the world as eternal
deliverer from sin and
death.
Advent means “come!”
We wait for God to come
and deliver in our circumstances. We are all guilty
of impatience toward God
and neighbor. Two thousand years ago, He came
to save by his blessed
manger and cross.
Between manger and
cross He did all things
correctly to save us from
our incorrect thoughts,
words and deeds. He was
abused and bruised on
Calvary’s cross for our
guilt. He is risen from the
dead and invites our
Rev. Kent PulS
COLumNIst
reception of His eternal
gifts.
Every Lord’s Day these
gifts are delivered as we
await His ultimate coming
to judge the living and the
dead. Just as when we
wait for the doctor or
dentist, we find something to occupy the
moments, so in this time
of the Church we work
while waiting to celebrate
another Christmas. We
also worship while waiting
for the grand reunion
where all who love His
appearing will be gathered
together. Pains, disappointments, sorrows and
worries about tomorrow
will be no more.
In this Advent season,
work in joy and worship
in gladness. His gifts are
for you now and waiting
is not necessary. Jesus is
the same yesterday, today
and forever!
See you Sunday.
Grace Lutheran Church
will have midweek Advent
services on Dec. 3, 10 and
17 at 7 p.m. with soup
suppers preceding the
service at 6 p.m.
Mammoth Lakes
Lutheran Church midweek
Advent Services will be
held on Dec. 4, 11 and 18
at 7 p.m.
(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 Rd.,
Mammoth. Sunday service
is at 8:45 a.m. For more
information, call 760-8729791.)
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FACES&places
SATURDAY, november 29, 2014
In a pickle? SAR can come ‘pick you off’
Local Search and Rescue team practices ‘pick-off’ technique
Inyo County Search and Rescue members gathered in the
Tungsten Hills, west of Bishop, on Saturday, Nov. 22 to conduct
a technical roped training. The team will be focusing on its technical skills throughout
the winter, in preparation for a re-accreditation exam with the
California Mountain Rescue Association in March of next year. This most recent training covered the “pick-off” technique,
which involves a rescuer rappelling down to a patient who is
stranded on a vertical cliff face, transferring their weight to the
rescuer’s rope system and then continuing their rappel with the
patient. Victor Lawson heads down to pick-off the patient. Although it looks
complicated, Lawson said the system is actually rather simple in
execution.
Amy Wicks (r) adjusts the main line while team leader Julia Runcie
looks on. In the Eastern Sierra, rock edges can be sharp, so rope
placement here is critical for the SAR team.
Inyo SAR members train to focus and operate safely and efficiently
in dangerous situations during a recent exercise in the Tungsten
Hills. The team will be working on its skills this winter in prepara-
Mike Hay (r) checks Stephen Pfeiler’s rappel set-up before the training scenario begins. Pfeiler served as the “patient” for this round.
tion for a recertification test in March.
Photos by Victor Lawson, Matt Larsen, Stephen Pfeiler and Bob Harrington
Frank Klein (r) explains his mechanical advantage setup to Bob
Harrington. In order to transfer a patient’s weight to a rescuer’s
ropes, the patient must be lifted a short distance from above. Klein’s
multiple pulleys allow him to single-handedly move the heavy
load.
The team assembles on the cliff top, and discusses their strategy. Anchors must be extremely strong
and are sometimes very complicated.
Frank Flein, Ariana Wylie, Victor Lawson and Matt Larsen (l-r) take a moment to pause and enjoy what
Lawson called “the absurdity of vertical life.”
Amy Wicks, happy to be on the move, fully trusts in the anchor team above her.
A “stranded” Bob Harrington watches as Victor Lawson clips him into the rescue ropes.
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EASTERN SIERRA HISTORY
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014
A-11
Lena and Charles Partridge around the time they bought their
ranch in 1906.
Photos from the Partridge Family Collection
Charles Partridge stands proudly in front of the first plane to land in Bishop at the new airport that he was instrumental in starting.
Charles Partridge: laying the foundation
Cy Williams, owner of a
local grocery store, and
Horace Wotton, owner of the
hardware store, stood at the
bottom of the backstairs at
the Bank Building (now the
Mountain Light Gallery).
Charles Partridge, their
friend, was heading upstairs
to
the
Los
Angeles
Department of Water and
Power headquarters to negotiate an issue at the height of
the water conflict. Williams
and Wotton had sawed-off
shotguns, and said to
Partridge, “Charlie, if you
don’t come down, we’re
going up.” They were there
to protect him. At the time,
Partridge was District 2 Inyo
County Supervisor and a
chief negotiator for the
Owens Valley Irrigation
District.
Charles’ family came to
the Owens Valley long before
the water wars ever started.
Philip and Rhoda Partridge
had packed up their five
children in Minnesota and
brought them here on the
Carson
and
Colorado
Railroad in 1888. They homesteaded a parcel about nine
miles south of Bishop, and
you can still see the large
stand of cottonwoods on the
west side of U.S. Highway
395 that marks the spot
today. Charles was 12 and
the eldest of the kids; two
more would be born in this
valley. Charles began by
helping his father with the
land but went on when he
was older to manage other
large spreads – the huge
Butler Ranch on Collins Road
with its several square miles
and the Mohr Ranch headed
by Genevieve Mohr whose
husband was a diplomat.
In 1894 another family,
the Aquila Gish family,
moved onto a neighboring
spread. In 1904 Charles married their daughter, Lena. In
1906 Charlie and Lena
bought this ranch from her
parents. They made a diversified farm out of the parcel
with hundreds of heads of
livestock, acres of grain, beehives, fruits and vegetables.
They were able to sell the
surplus, and Charles and
Lena worked hard to build it
up to 2,000 acres. If Mr.
Partridge had one fault, it
was that he expected everyone around him to work as
hard as they did. The couple
Pam Vaughan
Columnist
had nine children; many of
the descendants live in the
Owens Valley today. Charles
Partridge was my grandfather.
Becoming interested in
civic affairs, he won his race
for School Trustee in 1910;
his photo hangs in the main
hall of Bishop Union High
School today. In his diaries
he discusses the hiring of
teachers such as Beulah
Lacey, purchasing firewood
for the schoolrooms and
making sure each school
year got off to a good start.
He served on the governing boards of several “ditch
committees.” These committees made sure the canals
were cleaned out and the
water evenly distributed. In
a couple of instances, his
diaries mention rounding up
a couple of committee members and turning water out
of ranch lands because the
proprietors had neglected to
let the water continue on its
way. These ditch committees (McNally Canal, Owens
River Canal, Bishop Creek
Canal, etc.) became the centers of controversy when
they went to battle with the
Los Angeles Department of
Water and Power for valley
water rights. They unified
under the Owens Valley
Irrigation District for which
my grandfather became a
chief negotiator. He often
sat at the same table with
the likes of Mulholland and
Van
Norman.
Charles
brought in lawyers such as
Mr. Boone when it was necessary. In the first round of
DWP purchases, ranchers
got poor prices for their
land. Partridge and others
made sure that in the late
1920s the ranchers generally
got good prices for their
ranches.
The era was explosive.
Leicester Hall, the uncle of
Ernest Hemingway, was the
leading lawyer in Bishop and
was nearly lynched for wanting others to sell out to Los
Angeles too early. He escaped
to Glendale. My uncle,
Charles Partridge Jr., was
deputized to protect my
grandfather. My mother,
Helen, remembers her father
telling his family to get
under my grandparents’ bed
one night when a truck broke
down in front of the house.
Everyone in the valley was
edgy and when one contemplates the goings-on, it’s a
miracle no one was killed.
Charles was elected Inyo
County Supervisor for the
Second District in 1920.
There were not many county
employees, so the supervisors took care of most things
themselves. The trails in the
Bishop Creek watershed
were designed by Charles in
the late 1920s to early 1930s.
He walked along with Helen
and set out rocks to mark
the route, then the crews
would dig and blast out the
trails. This helped to bring
tourists, especially fishermen, to the Eastern Sierra at
a time when the valley was
falling into economic depression. He also supervised the
building of roads like
Sunland and Warm Springs
Road. According to his journals, he checked on road
crews around his district
nearly everyday.
Transportation came to
Bishop in other forms. Since
the Bishop Airport was to be
in his district, Charles found
the location for both airports. The first airport was
located near the present sanitary landfill. Just a couple
of years after it was built,
Nevada Airlines wanted to
use Bishop as one of its refueling spots on its four-hour
flights from Reno to Los
Angeles, but the runways
weren’t long enough. Charles
then found the location for
the second airport which
was to be located at its present location. He went daily
to oversee its construction.
His obituary recalls that
he did not keep his supervisor’s salary of $100/month
but used it to help the poor.
He was in charge of his district’s welfare cases. For
Charles chats with unknown folks after shoveling snow on the ranch. To the right is the barn which
had been a stagecoach station. The corn crib sits in front of the silo built by A.O. Adams.
Charles Adell Partridge, Inyo
County Supervisor from 19201937.
example, his diary entry of
Feb. 20, 1929 states, “ …seen
Elsie ___ who is paralyzed on
left side, have Mrs. Brown to
tend her in nights.”
When the Watterson
Brothers’ banks collapsed in
1927, my grandfather lent
money to many local folks
who were in need. He also
worked to bring a bank into
the county when there was
subsequently no bank; it was
the First Bank of Kern. That
was followed by Bank of
America. Charles served on
the bank board and also
became an appraiser for this
local financial institution.
Charles was elected president of the Board of
Supervisors in 1936 and was
contemplating a run for state
senator. His fellow supervisor and friend,
Charles
Brown, came to tell Partridge
that he was also thinking of
running for state senator but
would not do so if Partridge
ran. Partridge told Brown
that he planned to wait until
his next supervisorial term
was up since he had just
been re-elected to his fourth
term. Charles Partridge died
in an auto accident in 1937
before these plans could be
realized, so Brown went
ahead and ran for senator
and won.
My grandfather was in his
new Buick with his daughter,
Helen, and her friend, Helen
(Barlow) Talbot, heading
north a few miles out of
rainy Mojave. They hit a mud
ridden area. Both Helens
survived. Charlie died a few
days later from a broken
neck. It was ironic that he
prided himself on being
instrumental in getting U.S.
Highway 395 paved and
maintaining good roads, but
he was killed on a poorly
maintained highway.
His name is on the cornerstone of the Inyo County
Courthouse and on the
bronze plaque next to the
front door.
(Pam Vaughan is the photo
archivist at the Laws Museum.
She and her husband,
Brendan, are the authors of
“Images of America: Bishop.”
Pam taught high school history for 37 years and was the
recipient of Fulbright and
National Endowment for the
Humanities grants. She is the
great-granddaughter
of
Owens Valley pioneers.)
The Partridge children in Evansville, Minn. just before going to the
Owens Valley. Top: Charles (l) and Wallace (who was also to
become Inyo County Supervisor) Bottom: (l-r) Frank, Ruth (Linscott)
and Lavina (Rother). Two more children would be born in Owens
Valley: Harold and Alba (Tomlinson).
Charles Partridge and one of his prize Hereford bulls, a rare breed
in the Owens Valley today because they tend to develop pinkeye.
Charles (right) and others fumigate train passenger against foot
and mouth disease at Little Lake in 1924. While this disease was
rampant in other parts of the state, these men stopped this scourge
from entering the Eastern Sierra.
The Inyo Register
A-12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014 Neighbors have no business
interfering in relative’s care
Dear Annie: My husband
and I have been caring for my
grandmother for the past
eight years. We both have fulltime jobs and two young children. Grandma has dementia,
and her health and cognition
have been declining significantly in the past six months,
with multiple hospitalizations
for dehydration and infections. It has taken a toll on my
husband and me to manage
her care at home, and after
this last hospitalization, our
family decided to place her in
a nursing home.
The problem is, Grandma
has a longtime neighbor friend
who is interfering with our
decision to place her in a care
home. In spite of knowing my
grandmother for 40 years, she
knows her only superficially.
Now that Grandma is in a care
facility, this neighbor and her
daughter have become very
intrusive and are demanding
that Grandma return home
under our care. We have tried
to provide home care, but it’s
too difficult at this point. The
two of them also have tried to
get sensitive health care information and have given the
care home operator a lot of
trouble.
We have told these neighbors to stop visiting Grandma
and riling her up and to leave
the care home operator alone
since they cannot follow our
request to respect my grandmother’s privacy. They think
Grandma is fine because she
tells them she is, but they
don’t realize the extent of her
dementia. What is the best
way to handle this situation?
– Stressed Caregiver
in Hawaii
Dear Stressed: These people have no business interfering in Grandma’s care. They
have no right to her medical
information, and they should
not be a party to your decisions. Tell the care facility to
friend around because her
parents would criticize him
also.
– Would Be Proud
to Have Her
Dear Proud: You have
pretty low expectations of
grown children. Norma’s parents were happy to let her stay
rent-free while she was paying
tuition. But she graduated and
is still living rent-free. There is
no reason on Earth Norma
cannot keep her bathroom
clean. It is a matter of respect
for her home, her parents and
herself.
KATHY & MARCY
deal with them however they
choose. They certainly aren’t
the only ones to give them a
hard time. If the neighbor
should call you, tell her, “We
appreciate your concern.”
Then hang up. You owe her
nothing.
Dear Annie: I think you
were way off in your response
to “Ready to Empty Nest,”
whose 21-year-old daughter,
“Norma,” is a college graduate
who doesn’t pay rent or help
around the house, and the
bathroom she uses, which is
also the guest bathroom, is a
disaster. She also won’t let
her parents meet her boyfriend.
Annie, I see this entire situation differently. This young
woman paid for her college
education, along with her car
insurance and phone. Can I
adopt her? She sounds fantastic – a hard worker, probably
studying and working two
jobs to pay for her tuition,
and too busy to clean her
bathroom.
The parents shouldn’t
complain. They can pick up
and clean the bathroom when
they have guests. Maybe
Norma doesn’t bring her boy-
Dear Annie: Can you print
one more letter about kids in
church and synagogues?
Many years ago, my then
2-year-old daughter would
squirm off of her seat next to
me and run up to the Bima
(dais) at our synagogue and
dance when the cantor sang. I
would dash up and bring her
back to the seats. One Friday
evening, the rabbi smiled at
both of us and said, “Leave
her be. She wants to be close
to the Torah (bible).” And so I
sat down.
Thirty-three years later,
that same daughter is the one
teaching Torah, tutoring bar
and bat mitzvah students, and
leading services. The rabbi
was right. Children should feel
welcome at services.
– M.
Annie’s Mailbox is written
by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy
Sugar, longtime editors of the
Ann Landers column. Please
e-mail your questions to
[email protected],
or write to: Annie’s Mailbox,
P.O. Box 118190, Chicago, IL
60611. 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.
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ARIES (March 21 to April
19) That change in holiday
travel plans might be more
vexing than you’d expected.
But try to take it in stride.
Also, it couldn’t hurt to use
that Aries charm to coax out
some helpful cooperation.
TAURUS (April 20 to May
20) Your Bovine determination
helps you deal with an
unforeseen complication. And,
as usual, you prove that when
it comes to a challenge, you
have what it takes to take it
on.
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20)
Although a romantic theme
dominates much of the week,
all those warm and fuzzy
feelings don’t interfere with
the more pragmatic matters
you need to take care of.
CANCER (June 21 to July
22) Best not to ignore those
doubts about an upcoming
decision. Instead, recheck the
facts you were given to make
sure nothing important was
left out. A weekend surprise
awaits you.
LEO (July 23 to August 22)
No time for a catnap -- yet. You
might still have to straighten
out one or two factors so that
you can finally assure yourself
of the truth about a troubling
workplace situation. Stay with
Salome’s Stars
it.
VIRGO
(August
23
September 22) News from an
old friend could lead to an
unexpected (but nonetheless
welcome)
reunion
with
someone who had once been
very special in your life. Be
open to the possibilities.
LIBRA (September 23 to
October 22) It might be time
for a family council. The
sooner those problems are
resolved, the sooner you can
move ahead with your holiday
preparations. Don’t let the
opportunity pass you by.
SCORPIO (October 23 to
November 21) Take some time
out to give more attention to
a personal relationship that
seems to be suffering from a
sense of emotional neglect.
Provide that much-needed
Last Week’s Answers
reassurance.
SAGITTARIUS (November
22 to December 21) Cheer up.
That unusual circumstance
that might faze most people
can be handled pretty well by
the savvy Sagittarian. Look
at it as an opportunity rather
than an obstacle.
CAPRICORN (December 22
to January 19) Someone you
believe has hurt you in the past
might now need your help.
Reaching out could be difficult.
But the generous Goat will be
able to do the right thing, as
always.
AQUARIUS (January 20 to
February 18) Prioritizing is an
important part of your preholiday scheduling. Try to give
time both to your workday
responsibilities and those
personal matters you might
have neglected.
PISCES (February 19 to
March 20) With the vestiges of
your anger about that painful
incident fading, you can now
focus all your energy on the
more positive aspects of your
life, including that personal
situation.
BORN THIS WEEK: You have
a way of bringing your own
strong sense of reassurance to
others and encouraging them
to hope.
The Inyo Register
mountain report
A-13
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014
Cottonwood Lakes Basin from New Army Pass.
Photos by Craig Jackson
The author enjoying time with his son at Iceberg Lake below the Minarets.
Sierra Sojourns
Top 10 Sierra hikes of 2014
Wow, what a great year
hiking in the Sierra Nevada!
This magnificent mountain
range covers much of the
center of California, running 400 miles from north
to south. Yosemite, Kings
Canyon and Sequoia
National Parks all lie within
the Sierra Nevada, as well as
a patchwork of other state
and federally protected
lands. The highest peaks
are located on the east side
of the range. The highest
point in the lower 48 states,
Mount Whitney rises to
14,505-feet and is one of a
dozen of 14er’s in the High
Sierra. This land of mountain meadows, lakes, rivers
and peaks was made for
hiking.
Fortunately, I had the
opportunity to spend some
time this summer hiking
most of the trails in the
Eastern Sierra from Virginia
Lakes in the north to
Cottonwood Lakes in the
south. Many hours have
been spent on rocky, dusty
trails admiring the sheer
beauty of this wonderful
mountain range and I’ve
been lucky enough to write
about my adventures and
share them with others. To
cap off a superb summer of
hiking, the final Sierra
Sojourn of 2014 will be my
favorite 10 hikes of the season. Let’s hope for a wet
winter and Happy Holidays
to everyone.
10. “A challenging hike
to three wonderful lakes”
(Hiked on July 31, 2014)
This was a challenging
hike on a great trail that led
to 3 beautiful lakes with
outstanding views. The hike
began at the Pine Creek
Pass trailhead and ended at
Honeymoon Lake, after visiting Pine Lake and Upper
Pine Lake. The trail gained
2000 feet in the first 2.5
miles but once it reached
Pine Lake, the scenery
opened-up to incredible
peaks. The weather was perfect for a long break at
Honeymoon Lake before
returning to the trailhead.
9. “Magnificent and family-friendly hiking in Little
Lakes Valley” (Hiked on
July 22, 2014)
Mosquito Flat, the starting point for this hike, is
already near 10,000-feet so
there really isn’t any strenuous climbing required to
fulfill anyone’s Sierra hiking
Craig Jackson
Columnist
needs. This is a great hike
that travels through Little
Lakes Valley and beside
pristine lakes before reaching Morgan Pass. On this
day, I went down into
Morgan Canyon, past Upper
Morgan Lake and then up to
Peak 11,440 for memorable
views of Morgan Canyon
and Mount Tom.
8. “Pipeline to beauty
and adventure” (Hiked on
June 30, 2014)
Most hikers that depart
at South Lake take the
Bishop Pass trail on backpacking trips or day hike to
any one of the incredible
lakes up the trail. There is
an option, at the end of the
road, to take the water pipe
to Green Lake and explore
above and beyond. Past
Green Lake I took the trail
up to Coyote Flat and then
traversed cross-country up
to the summit of Vagabond
Peak. The views of Baker
Canyon, the Palisades, and
down to the lakes alongside
the Bishop Pass trail were
phenomenal. Solitude was
the word for this day as I
was the only soul out there.
7. “Adventure awaits
out of Onion Valley” (Hiked
on July 9, 2014)
Originally this was
scheduled as a hike to
Kearsarge Pass and return,
but when I got to the pass I
decided to climb to the
summit of Mount Gould.
The views of the Kearsarge
Lakes and Golden Trout
Lake from the top of Mount
Gould are etched in my
mind forever after this
great adventure.
6. “Let Duck Pass take
your breath away” (Hiked
on Aug. 9, 2014)
Hiked this trail a few
times now and love absolutely everything about it.
The grade is moderate on a
perfectly sculptured trail
that passes by beautiful
lakes before climbing to
Duck Pass, with huge Duck
Lake on the other side. This
day was cloudy at the pass
but I still chose to climb
Duck Lake Peak, southeast
of Duck Lake. Pictureperfect views of Valentine
Lake, Bloody Mountain and
Laurel Mountain were my
reward before thunder and
lightning forced me to
descend quickly back to
Duck Pass and back to the
trailhead. Wet and memorable day in Mammoth Lakes
Basin.
5. “Dramatic peaks, pristine lakes wait west of Big
Pine” (Hiked on June 3,
2014)
The Palisades area of the
Sierra Nevada has some of
the most majestic peaks
and gorgeous lakes in the
range. The loop hike I took
up the North Fork Big Pine
was demanding, yet physically and mentally rewarding and well worth the
effort. I visited six lakes on
this hike while admiring the
huge mountains all around.
Extremely unforgettable
scenery that had me mesmerized the entire day.
4. “Minaret Lake” (Hiked
on June 14, 2014)
The hike to Minaret Lake
began at the Devil’s Postpile
ranger station and gradually
ascended for eight miles
before arriving at Minaret
Lake. Along the way, the
trail skirted some cascades
on Minaret Creek in a pine
forest. Close to the lake,
views of the Minarets were
awe-inspiring and massive
Clyde Minaret standing
above the rest was truly an
emotional feeling. I vow to
return here many more
times.
3. “Majestic mountains
at Meysan Lake” (Hiked on
Oct. 17, 2014)
It was getting late in the
hiking season and I knew if
I didn’t go on this hike this
year, I would have to wait
many months to attempt it.
Perfect weather was forecast and it didn’t disappoint
on this fall day. The trail
was tough with many
switchbacks but the scenery
made up for the arduous
ascent. At the top of the
canyon, I reached tiny
Camp Lake before climbing
a rock gully to the shore of
Meysan Lake. The peaks
Time for
fall/winter recreation!
Send us your stories and photos so we can share them
with others who enjoy playing in the Eastern Sierra!
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surrounding this lake are
some of the most incredible
peaks I’ve seen yet. This
was definitely one of those
hikes I still think about frequently.
2. “Scenic Cottonwood
Lakes and New Army Pass”
(Hiked on Sep. 26, 2014)
This was one of those
hikes that I had read about
for years but had never
attempted until this year.
Number 2 on this list
because of the outstanding
trail, memorable lakes,
incredible peaks and a final
push to a great pass. This
all-day adventure took me
to all of the Cottonwood
Lakes and eventually offtrail up to New Army Pass
on a absolutely perfect day.
I think about the Southern
Sierra more now and can’t
wait to get back here next
year.
1. “Breathtaking scenes,
lifelong memories” (Hiked
on Aug. 23, 2014)
My most memorable and
favorite hike of 2014 was,
without a doubt, the hike
with my son to Ediza Lake,
Iceberg Lake and Cecile
Lake. We started early from
Agnew Meadows and had a
great time visiting Shadow
Lake also, with its great
reflection of Mount Ritter
and Banner Peak. What
made the day so memorable
was being able to share the
ultimate beauty of the
Sierra Nevada with my son.
(Craig Jackson is a Bishop
resident and avid hiker/
backpacker who enjoys
exploring his new backyard
after having relocated here
last year from Southern
California. Email him at
[email protected])
Name That Eastside View
Griff Roberts has yet again submitted the first correct identification of last week’s View: North
Lakes as seen from the trail to Lamarck Lakes. Also calling in or emailing with correct IDs were
Doug Brown, Jack and Pat Crowther, Gary Guenther and Mike Pope. If you think you know this
week’s View – and can get up earlier in the morning than Griff Roberts – give the editor a call at
(760) 873-3535 or drop her a line at [email protected] with your guess. First correct
respondent is the winner, and will receive two (2) free 25-word classified ads. It also comes with
the satisfaction of knowing you’re helping to sustain a much-loved feature of your local community newspaper.
Photo by Bill Bjorklund
Do you have an “Eastside View” you’d like readers to try and identify?
Email your submission to [email protected]
For more information, call (760) 873-3535.
The Inyo Register
A-14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014
Rite-Way
Pool & Spa
Great Selection of Gifts
for the “hard to buy for”
person on your list
Many
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Angels, Bells & More
Holiday Open House
Dec. 6, 2014
• Poinsettias
• Fresh Garlands & Wreaths
Sierra
Saddlery
Allen
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Whole section of vintage nostalgic
gift items. Puzzles, Toys & Games.
Handmade custom
arrangements for the holidays
Home of the Red Horse
We wil be open Friday, Nov. 28
& Saturday, Nov. 29
Remember Black Friday is Nov. 28th.
After that forgetaboutit.
Allen Outdoor/Sierra Saddlery is fully
stocked for your shopping pleasure.
Animal feeds and supplements, treats
and toys. Ice melters for the home and
ranch, clothing, jewelry and even hats.
Saddles, slippers and shoes for all,
I’ll bet the old dog could find a ball!
Parts and fixes for RV’s old and new.
Don’t forget to winterize or
you will boo hoo.
Stop in and take a look at
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he Eastern Californian Museum Bookstore
has unique holiday gifts for all ages.
EASTERN CALIFORNIA MUSEUM
and BOOKSTORE
(760) 878-0364 Open daily,
155 N. Grant St. • Independence, CA including
www.inyocounty.us/ecmuseum weekends:
Three blocks west of the Historic Courthouse 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Looking for holiday donations to buy
low income Seniors in Bishop an
annual Gift Subscription to
Tri-County Fair
2nd Annual Holiday Bazaar
Saturday, Dec. 6
11 a.m.-4 p.m. in the Tallman Pavilion
Beautiful handmade crafts, artwork,
photography, baked goodies and more!
Free Kids Craft Corner keep them busy while you shop!
Hot Soup & Bread Lunch available
Donate to the
Christmas Cheer Drive too!
• Non-perishable food items, toiletries
• New or gently used coats and blankets
• New Toys
Receive a FREE T-Shirt
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with your donation!
Donations taken in the Fair office
through December 12, 2014
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Check out the
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this Holiday Season!
Where you’ll find a large assortment of unique gift ideas including hand-crafted baskets,
pillows and tapestries, stuffed animals, native american jewelry, books,
cabin accessories and much much more.
Start planning for the Fort’s own BLACK FRIDAY December 5th
where you’ll receive 20% off all gift and souvenir items and complimentary holiday
snacks and beverages as well at Fort Independence.
At the Tunapi Grill, come meet our new Chef, Michell Hanson
and check out how our great food has gotten even better
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The Inyo Register
A-16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014 What is your idea of bliss?
Well lately, it’s been a WARM
tanning bed on a cold day;
there it’s just me, my thoughts
and the enveloping warmth....
ahhhhh. What scares you?
Failure, mediocrity, separation
my family …
and bees.
With whom do you identify
from history?
Bettie Page; she took risks,
pushed boundaries and
embraced her flaws AND
strengths; no matter how taboo
they might be for that era.
In-Depth &
Personal with
Heather Boone
Born and raised in Bakersfield, Heather Boone moved
to Bishop with her family in 1994 and graduated from
Bishop High in 1997. She moved to Southern California
and attended numerous colleges, focusing her studies in
business administration, marketing and public relations,
gaining knowledge and honing skills she put to use while
working at a radio promotions based marketing agency,
Capital Records, a well-known real estate magazine and
even as a promo-model for Harley Davidson. Heather met
her fiancé, Rod Thompson in 2005, and a year later, they
were blessed with their one and only child, Gia-Marie.
After a few years of establishing a new and successful
career as a spray tan artist, the family decided to make a
change and move to Bishop in 2012. They opened Rumor
Tan’s first storefront location this past January and look
forward to what the future will bring here in the Owens
Valley.
Who do you admire?
My daughter, Gia. She’s so
confident, tolerant, loving and
truly embraces her
individuality; everything I
aspire to be when I grow up.
What among your traits do
you dislike the most?
I tend to fixate and overthink
things.
What trait do you most
dislike in others?
Hypocrisy.
What or whom do you
despise?
Now THAT’S a loaded
question. LOL. But, I do
despise those that are bigoted,
unauthentic and/ or ignorant.
What is your extravagance?
When I can, I like to splurge
on really nice hotel suites and
designer stilettos,
preferably the ones with red
bottoms.
What is a favorite trip you
have taken?
Atlantic City, N.J. It wasn’t the
location that made the trip, it
was the journey … and “Hot
Rod.”
In your next life, you want to
be …
a Kardashian. LOL
What is your favorite way of
relaxing?
My couch, a cold flute of
“champy” and mindless reality
television.
What is the most despicable
character flaw?
Deceitfulness.
What quality do you most
admire in a man?
Loyalty.
Do you ever lie?
I’d be lying if I said no. So
yes, but not about anything of
importance; just about
silly stuff, like my jean size.
What quality do you most
admire in a woman?
Authenticity.
Who is the greatest love of
your life?
Rod Thompson; he is the most
amazing man I’ve ever met.
(Sappy, I know)
When in your life were you
the happiest?
That’s a tough one; I’m pretty
happy at this point in my life.
What hidden talent do you
have?
I’m THE best domino player I
know. Seriously.
What do you consider your
greatest achievement?
Professionly speaking, I would
say being awarded the title of
“Official spray tan
location for the Miss
California USA & Miss Teen
California USA Pageants,”
2014 AND
2015.
What do you most admire in
your friends?
I admire their integrity,
individuality, compassion,
loyalty … and their great taste
in friends.
Who is your favorite fictional
or non-fictional hero?
My grandmother, hands down.
What do you most dislike?
Hate.
What is your motto?
If you don’t stand for
something, you’ll fall for
everything.
If you have another resident
in Inyo County that you’d
like to get “In-Depth &
Personal” with, email that
person’s name and contact
info to Darcy Ellis at editor@
inyoregister.com.
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sports
B-SECTION
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014
Soccer action starts
Tuesday
Register Staff
Fast approaching is the Bishop Broncos’ 2014-15 soccer season, which starts this coming Tuesday at home.
Following is an abridged schedule for the Broncos and Lady
Broncos, through December.
Varsity
Tuesday, Dec. 2 versus Mammoth at home
Broncos
Lady Broncos
5 p.m.
3 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 6 at Eagle Cup
Broncos
Lady Broncos
n/a
TBD
Dec. 5-6 at Palmdale Classic
Broncos
Lady Broncos
TBD
n/a
Tuesday, Dec. 9 at Mojave
Broncos
Lady Broncos
4:30 p.m.
3 p.m.
Dec. 11-13 at Whittell
Broncos
Lady Broncos
TBD
TBD
Saturday, Dec. 13 at Eagle Cup
Broncos
Lady Broncos
n/a
TBD
Dec. 19-20 at Garces
Broncos
Lady Broncos
TBD
TBD
Junior Varsity
Big Pine Warrior Dominic Santiago goes up for 2 against a Lee
Vining Tiger in a match-up last season. The Warriors start their
season against the Tigers on Monday.
File photos
Lady Bronco Tamia Shoshone outplays a Mineral County Serpent
during a 2013-14 home game. The Lady Broncos start 2014-15 play
Tuesday against Lone Pine’s Lady Eagles, who then head to
Hawthorne on Thursday for a tournament hosted by the Serpents.
Lone Pine, Big Pine and
Bishop basketball begins
High school teams
officially start season
Dec. 1 with nonconference games
Register Staff
Inyo County’s high school basketball
teams all spring into action next week
with non-conference games against familiar local opponents.
The Bishop Union High School boys
varsity and junior varsity teams hit the
court last weekend for a scrimmage
match against Mammoth. The Lady
Broncos, Varsity and JV, are likewise get-
ting in a scrimmage game today against
Mission Hills in San Marcos before the
start of the season on Monday.
In Lone Pine, the varsity Golden Eagles
and Lady Golden Eagles are taking on
veteran players today in the Alumni
Games starting at 5 and 6:30 p.m., respectively.
Come Monday, the Big Pine Warriors
girls varsity and boys varsity teams will
be squaring off against Lee Vining at
home in their first game of the season.
The girls take the court at 5 and the boys
begin play at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday finds all four Bishop teams,
the boys and girls varsity and JV squads,
traveling south for a cross-county matchup against their Lone Pine counterparts.
The JV Lady Eagles play at 3 p.m.; the
varsity Lady Eagles at 6. The JV boys take
the court at 4:30 p.m., followed by varsity
at 7:30. The Lady Eagles varsity squad
then leaves town Thursday, Dec. 4 for the
three-day Serpent Classic in Hawthorne,
Nev., leaving the JV boys and girls teams
at home to face the Lee Vining Tigers the
same day.
Big Pine varsity teams head north to
see more action Friday, Dec. 5 and
Saturday, Dec. 6 at the Coleville
Tournament at Coleville High School.
Bishop’s varsity boys also hit the road
next Thursday for the Serpent Classic
tournament in Hawthorne, while the girls
head to Corcoran for a tournament hosted by the Panthers Dec. 4-6.
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Broncos
Lady Broncos
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3:15 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 6 at Garces JV
Broncos
Lady Broncos
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TBD
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Lady Broncos
TBD
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B-2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014 COMMUNITY CALENDAR
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Ongoing
registration open
The Eastern Sierra Tri-County Fairgrounds is
now taking registration for its Second Annual
Christmas Bazaar to be held Saturday, Dec. 6 in the
Tallman Pavilion. Tables are $30 each. Call (760)
873-3588 or come by the Fair office to sign up.
This year’s event will include a soup lunch and free
craft corner for kids. The fairgrounds is looking for
crafts, art and handmade products of all kinds to
round out what was a very successful event last
year.
Saturday, Nov. 29
Bingo at Senior Center
AARP is offering bingo at 6 p.m. at the Bishop
Senior Center behind the City Park. Everyone age
18 and older is welcome to attend. Callers and
cashiers are needed. For more information, call
(760) 873-5839.
Monday, Dec. 1
Sierra Seniors gathering
The Sierra Seniors will meet at the Bishop
Country Club on Thursday, Dec. 11 with Happy
Hour starting at 5:30 p.m., a brief meeting at 6:30
p.m. and then dinner. The menu includes a choice
of tri-tip or chicken. Cost is free to members or $35
for non-members and everyone is asked to pay an
additional $5 to pay for the musical entertainment.
RSVP with Shirley Campini at (760) 873-6856 by
today.
Hula girls
The Hula Halau O Koru meets every Monday at
5:45 p.m. at the Jill Kinmont Boothe School on
Grandview Drive. New dancers are always wel-
help the residents of Bishop become more
acquainted with computer and Internet skills
needed in today’s online environment. If you are
scared of using technology, this class is for you. It
is a hands-on, interactive learning experience
(iPads provided) that requires no previous knowledge. Any and all questions are welcome! For
more information, contact the Bishop Library
at (760) 873-5115.
come. For more information, call Kymberlee
Nalumaluhia at (760) 873-9818 or email at [email protected]
bridge in bishop
The Bishop Bridge Club will meet at 12:15
p.m. at St. Timothy’s Church Hall, 700 Hobson St.,
Bishop. For more information, call (760) 8734325.
Tuesday, Dec. 2
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. Callers and
cashiers are needed. For more information, call
(760) 873-5839.
Cancer support group meeting
The Eastern Sierra Breast Cancer Alliance
Cancer Support Group will meet from 11:30 a.m.1 p.m. at the ESBCA Resource Center, 2957
Grandview Dr. in Bishop. This meeting is open to
all community members with a cancer diagnosis
and their support person. The conversation will
focus on the needs and interests of those in attendance. Those planning to attend do not need to
stay for the entire session. For more information,
call (760) 872-3811.
Wednesday, Dec. 3
American legion meeting
MOMs Club christmas pack
The MOMS Club Christmas Pack will be held at
6 p.m., at the Bishop City Hall Auditorium, corner
of West Line Street and Fowler. Anyone wanting to
help with this pack is more than welcome and
encouraged to come down as the MOMS pack 57
boxes for local active duty personnel. Donations
are always welcomed; baked goods, personal letters, other items can be dropped off the day of the
pack.
come sing with sweet adelines
The High Sierra Chapter of Sweet Adelines International invites women of all ages who love to
sing barbershop style to join the group on Tuesdays
from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church,
585 N. Main St, Bishop (across from McDonald’s).
For more information, call Susan at (760) 8722652 or Lou Ann Stehlik at (760) 873-5088.
Rotary club of Bishop
The Rotary Club of Bishop will meet at noon at
ESBCA cancer support group facilitator
Pat Ramirez, Katie Redmond and Olga
Rojas, an ESBCA founder and cancer
survivor, at a group meeting. The support group next meets on Tuesday.
File photo
Astorga’s Restaurant, 2206 N. Sierra Hwy., Bishop.
Today’s program will feature Peter and Susan
Denman reporting on progress at the Cottonwood
Shopping Center.
free computer classes
Free weekly computer and Internet classes are
held at the Bishop Branch Library, 210 Academy
St., Bishop, from 3-4:30 p.m. for beginners and
6-7:30 p.m. for users at the intermediate level.
The purpose of these free weekly sessions is to
The American Legion Post 118 will hold its
next regular monthly meeting at 6:30 p.m., at the
VFW building, 484 Short St., Bishop. All veterans
are welcome. Members will be finalizing their
recent Wounded Warrior Fund-raising Campaign.
They will also be talking about their Christmas
Party (with the Auxiliary) at the Imperial Gourmet
Banquet Room on Saturday, Dec. 6, and they will
be honoring 60-year Legion members. To make a
reservation, call (760) 873-5839.
free medicare clinic
Review your Medicare part D plan before Dec.
7. HICAP will hold a free enrollment clinic at the
Mammoth Lakes Library in the afternoon/evening by appointment only. Call (760) 872-2043 to
schedule an appointment.
sunrise rotary
Bishop Sunrise Rotary will meet at 7:11 a.m.
at the Northern Inyo Hospital Conference Annex at
2957 Birch St., Bishop. For more information, contact Tom Hardy at (760) 920-0109 or tlhardy66@
gmail.com or visit: www.bishopsunriserotary.org.
bridge in bishop
The Bishop Bridge Club will meet at 12:15
TV SATURDAY
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movies
sporTs
NeWs/TalK
Kids
p.m. at St. Timothy’s Church Hall, 700 Hobson St.,
Bishop. For more information, call (760) 8734325.
Thursday, Dec. 4
free medicare clinic
Review your Medicare part D plan before Dec.
7. HICAP will hold a free enrollment clinic at the
Bishop Senior Center by appointment only. Call
(760) 872-2043 to schedule an appointment.
Friday, Dec. 5
bishop tree lighting
Hot cocoa, cookies and live entertainment will
be provided at the Bishop Chamber of Commerce
as kids visit with Santa from 4:30-6 p.m. and the
city’s Christmas tree is lit at 5:30 p.m. next to the
Chamber at the front of Bishop City Park. After the
lighting, everyone is encouraged to head downtown for the Street of Lights party, where there
will be food, fire rings for warmth, caroling, businesses open late with shopping deals and a raffle
at 9 p.m. at the City Park gazebo.
free medicare clinic
Review your Medicare part D plan before Dec.
7. HICAP will hold a free enrollment clinic at the
Lone Pine Senior Center by appointment only.
Call (760) 872-2043 to schedule an appointment.
Saturday, Dec. 6
Round Table Christmas
Round Table Christmas, an annual event presented by the Bishop Nazarene Church, is scheduled for 4-6:30 p.m. today. The event will feature
the BUHS Choirs, Sweet Adeline Chorus of the
Easten Sierra, the United Methodist Choir as well
as various selections by a spectrum of local talent.
The Church is located on West Line Street across
from the Northern Inyo Hospital. For more information about obtaining tickets, call Ellen at the
Church office, (760) 873-3735.
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Inside/Football College Football College Football Mississippi State at Mississippi. From Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Miss.
Sports Central OK! TV
2 2 (KCBS) Proactiv Plus
College Football Bayou Classic -- Grambling State vs. Southern.
Going Roggin LazyTown
Poppy Cat
Noodle/Doodle
4 3 (KNBC) English Premier League Soccer
Animal Atlas
State to State
Coolest Places On the Spot
›› Analyze That (2002)
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5 (KTLA) Calling Dr. Pol Calling Dr. Pol Brady Barr Exp Brady Barr Exp Expedition Wild Expedition Wild Rock the Park Reluctantly
Dr. Wayne Dyer: Wishes Fulfilled Getting the most out of life.
Healing ADD With Dr. Daniel Amen, MD & Tana Amen, RN
Wheat Belly
(KOCE) Joy Bauer’s Food Remedies
Countdown
College Football Regional Coverage. Michigan State at Penn State or Baylor neutral Texas Tech.
Eyewitness News 4:00PM
7
7 7 (KABC) (9:00) College Football Michigan at Ohio State.
Countdown
College Football Regional Coverage. Michigan State at Penn State or Baylor neutral Texas Tech.
Galavant
No Raking
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(KOLO) (9:00) College Football Michigan at Ohio State.
Career Day
WHADDYADO Wild America
Hollywood
Real Life 101
The First Family Mr. Box Office Fast Joint Relief Best Deals
Hollywood
Paid Program
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College Football Notre Dame at USC.
Whacked Out
I Love Lucy
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BrainChange With David Perlmutter, MD
30 Days to a Younger Heart With Dr. Steven
Deepak Chopra: The Future of God
Environmental Local Heroes 2014
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Countdown
College Football Regional Coverage. Michigan State at Penn State or Baylor neutral Texas Tech.
7News at 5PM Saturday
2
(KMGH) (9:00) College Football Michigan at Ohio State.
College Football Bayou Classic -- Grambling State vs. Southern.
LazyTown
Nightly News
9News at 5pm
4
(KUSA) English Premier League Soccer
In Your Life
Inside/Football College Football College Football Mississippi State at Mississippi. From Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Miss.
CBS4 News at 5
7
(KCNC) Getting More
College Football College Football Florida at Florida State. From Doak S. Campbell Stadium in Tallahassee, Fla.
College Football Scoreboard
College Football
23 25 8 140 206 (ESPN) (9:00) College Football South Carolina at Clemson.
College Football College Football Baylor at Texas Tech or Michigan State at Penn State.
College Football College Football
24 26 15 144 209 (ESPN2) (9:00) College Football Kentucky at Louisville.
UEFA Magazine College Basketball George Washington at Seton Hall.
College Football Arizona State at Arizona.
25 27
(FXSP) (9:00) College Football North Texas at Texas-San Antonio.
Hawaii Five-0 “Pale ’la”
››› Total Recall (1990, Science Fiction) Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rachel Ticotin.
›› Terminator Salvation (2009, Science Fiction) Christian Bale, Sam Worthington.
26 42 22 138 245 (TNT) Hawaii Five-0
›› Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006, Adventure) Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom.
Friends
Friends
27 41 13 139 247 (TBS) ›› Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007, Adventure) Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom.
Benched
NCIS An agent is gunned down.
NCIS “Knockout”
NCIS “Hide and Seek”
NCIS Gibbs works with Kort.
NCIS “Toxic”
NCIS The death of an ICE agent.
28 34
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The Twelve Trees of Christmas (2013) Mel B, Casper Van Dien.
All She Wants for Christmas (2006) Monica Keena, Tobias Mehler.
Finding Mrs. Claus (2012)
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› The Resident (2011) Hilary Swank, Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
›› Lizzie Borden Took an Ax (2014) Christina Ricci, Billy Campbell.
Paranormal
Paranormal
The Haunting Of...
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Bitchin’ Rides
Misfit Garage
Misfit Garage
Misfit Garage “One, Nasty Nova”
Fast N’ Loud
Fast N’ Loud
31 74 9 182 278 (DISC) Bitchin’ Rides
My 600-Lb. Life “Melissa’s Story”
My 600-Lb. Life “Chuck’s Story”
My 600-Lb. Life
Untold Stories of the E.R.
Untold Stories of the E.R.
Untold Stories of the E.R.
32 73 26 183 280 (TLC) My 600-Lb. Life “Melissa’s Story”
Pit Bulls and Parolees
Pit Bulls and Parolees
Pit Bulls and Parolees
Pit Bulls and Parolees
Pit Bulls and Parolees
Pit Bulls and Parolees
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Legend- Shelby Legend- Shelby Legend- Shelby Legend- Shelby Legend- Shelby Legend- Shelby Legend- Shelby Legend- Shelby Vikings An unlikely alliance forms. Vikings “Treachery”
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Criminal Minds “Open Season”
Storage Wars
Storage Wars
Storage Wars
Storage Wars
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35 43 25 118 265 (A&E) Criminal Minds
The Rifleman
››› The Matrix (1999, Science Fiction) Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss.
››› The Matrix Reloaded (2003) Keanu Reeves. Freedom fighters revolt against machines.
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›› The Lemon Drop Kid (1951) Bob Hope.
(:15) ››› The Thing From Another World (1951)
›››› Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) Paul Newman.
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››› Hook (1991) Dustin Hoffman. Lawyer turns into Peter Pan to save kids from Captain Hook.
›› Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (2012) Dwayne Johnson.
38 19
180 311 (FAM) ›› Bedtime Stories (2008, Comedy) Adam Sandler, Keri Russell.
Jessie
›› Eloise at Christmastime (2003) Julie Andrews.
A.N.T. Farm
A.N.T. Farm
A.N.T. Farm
Girl Meets
Girl Meets
Girl Meets
Dog With a Blog
39 18 17 173 291 (DISN) Dog With a Blog Girl Meets
Sanjay, Craig
Breadwinners Rabbids Invas. Power Rangers The Fairly OddParents Timmy gets a special gift.
SpongeBob
SpongeBob
SpongeBob
SpongeBob
Nicky, Ricky
Nicky, Ricky
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›› Shark Tale (2004) Voices of Will Smith, Robert De Niro.
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Fixer Upper
Fixer Upper
Underpriced
Underpriced
House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters
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112 229 (HGTV) Fixer Upper Finding a farmhouse. Fixer Upper
Beat Bobby
Restaurant: Impossible
Diners, Drive
Diners, Drive
Guy’s Grocery Games
Kitchen Inferno
Chopped
Chopped
Chopped
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110 231 (FOOD) Rewrapped
Two/Half Men
››› 13 Going on 30 (2004) Jennifer Garner, Mark Ruffalo.
›› Baby Mama (2008, Comedy) Tina Fey, Amy Poehler.
›› American Reunion (2012) Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan.
44 40
137 248 (FX) Two/Half Men
(10:47) ››› Beverly Hills Cop (1984, Comedy) Eddie Murphy.
(:08) ›› Beverly Hills Cop II (1987, Comedy) Eddie Murphy.
(:12) › Vegas Vacation (1997) Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo.
45 37
107 249 (COM) (8:34) ›› Police Academy
Bar Rescue “Thugs with Mugs”
Bar Rescue “Bug Bite”
Bar Rescue “El Moronte!!”
Cops
Cops
Cops
Cops
Cops
Jail
46 76 16 168 325 (SPIKE) Bar Rescue
›› Stargate (1994, Science Fiction) Kurt Russell, James Spader, Jaye Davidson.
››› The Fifth Element (1997) Bruce Willis.
48 75
122 244 (SYFY) ››› Space Cowboys (2000) Clint Eastwood. NASA reunites four aging flyboys for an urgent mission.
The Exes
The Exes
The Exes
Brady Bunch
Brady Bunch
(:12) The Brady Bunch
Brady Bunch
Brady Bunch
Brady Bunch
Brady Bunch
(:12) The Brady Bunch
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Don’t--Tardy
Don’t--Tardy
Don’t--Tardy
Don’t--Tardy
Don’t--Tardy
Don’t--Tardy
Real Housewives/Beverly
Real Housewives/Beverly
Vanderpump Rules “Instafight”
64 203
129 273 (BRAVO) The Millionaire Matchmaker
Take the Hamptons
›› The Lake House (2006) Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock.
Chrisley Knows Chrisley Knows Chrisley Knows Chrisley Knows Take the Hamptons
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Top 20 Most Shocking
Top 20 Most Shocking
A Grown Up
A Grown Up
A Grown Up
A Grown Up
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Bourdain: No Reservations
Hotel Impossible
Alaska Starts Here
Extreme Houseboats
Extreme Houseboats
Extreme Houseboats
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215 277 (TRAV) Mysteries at the Museum
Insp. Station
Paws & Tales
VeggieTales
Heroes & Legends of Bible
Bless the Lord Christian News ››› The First of May (1998, Drama) Dan Byrd, Julie Harris.
Gaither: Precious Memories
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260 372 (TBN) Ishine Knect
Wonders of the World
Legends
Countdwn Kick Legends
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›› The Apple Dumpling Gang (1975) Bill Bixby, Susan Clark.
American Ride The Story Trek
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Car Match.
›› Daddy Day Care (2003, Comedy) Eddie Murphy, Jeff Garlin.
››› The Goonies (1985, Adventure) Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Jeff Cohen.
››› Die Hard (1988, Action) Bruce Willis.
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A Bride for Christmas (2012) Arielle Kebbel, Andrew Walker.
The Christmas Shepherd (2014, Drama) Teri Polo, Martin Cummins.
A Royal Christmas (2014)
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185 312 (HALL) The Nine Lives of Christmas (2014) Brandon Routh, Kimberly Sustad.
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Evening News CBS 2 News
Paid Program Entertainment Tonight
The Flight Before Christmas
The Story of Santa Claus
48 Hours
CBS 2 News
SoCal Week
2 2 (KCBS) CBS 2 News
Nightly News
NBC 4 News
Open House
1st Look
The National Dog Show The Kennel Club of Philadelphia event.
Saturday Night Live
NBC 4 News
Sat. Night Live
4 3 (KNBC) NBC 4 News
KTLA News at 6 News at 6:30
Two/Half Men
Two/Half Men
Two/Half Men
Two/Half Men
Family Guy
Family Guy
KTLA 5 News at 10
News at 11
What Went
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50 Years With Peter, Paul and Mary
Rock Rewind 1965-1967 (My Music)
Healing ADD
(KOCE) Wheat Belly Total Health-William A Salute to Vienna A music and dance gala.
Sports Zone
Jeopardy!
Castle “Secret Santa”
Eyewitness News 11:00PM
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KOLO 8 News Burn Notice Former flame.
Castle “Secret Santa”
KOLO 8 at 11
Burn Notice
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KCAL 9 News at 8:00PM
KCAL 9 News at 9:00PM
KCAL 9 News Sports Central Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly
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9 9 (KCAL) Paid Program Best Buys Alan Paid Program Chargers Insid. Sports Central Raw Travel
TMZ
The Office
The Office
Bones “The Spark in the Park”
Sleepy Hollow “The Kindred”
Fox 11 Ten O’Clock News
Animation Domination High-Def
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Expeditions
McLaughlin
Annual Holiday Wassail Concert Father Brown
Death in Paradise
Arab Labor
Environmental New Tricks “Dark Chocolate”
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28 28 (KCET) California’s Gold
RightThisMinute 7News at 10PM (:35) Castle
RightThisMinute (:05) Comedy.TV
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(KMGH) College Football Oregon at Oregon State. From Reser Stadium in Corvallis, Ore.
The National Dog Show The Kennel Club of Philadelphia event.
Saturday Night Live
9News at 10pm (:35) Saturday Night Live
Your Move
(:39) Extra
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(KUSA) Entertainment Tonight
Football Pre
The Flight Before Christmas
The Story of Santa Claus
48 Hours
News
(:35) Blue Bloods “Mercy”
(:35) The Good Wife “Running”
(:35) The Closer
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(KCNC) Sexy Face at
(:45) SportsCenter
SportsCenter
SportsCenter
SportsCenter
23 25 8 140 206 (ESPN) (4:45) College Football Auburn at Alabama.
(:15) College Football Utah State at Boise State.
(:15) College Football Final
30 for 30 Shorts
24 26 15 144 209 (ESPN2) (4:00) College Football Pittsburgh at Miami.
Kings Weekly Kings Pregame NHL Hockey Chicago Blackhawks at Los Angeles Kings.
Kings Post
Kings Weekly Crew Calendar World Poker Tour: Season 12
25 27
(FXSP) College Football
››› 300 (2007, Action) Gerard Butler, Lena Headey, David Wenham.
Transporter: The Series
Transporter: The Series
26 42 22 138 245 (TNT) ›› Battle: Los Angeles (2011, Science Fiction) Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez.
Friends
Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Love-Raymond Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Big Bang
Deal With It
Pirates-Worlds
27 41 13 139 247 (TBS) Friends
NCIS “Truth or Consequences”
NCIS The death of a Marine.
NCIS A blogger turns up dead.
NCIS A Marine’s body surfaces.
NCIS “Outlaws and In-Laws”
NCIS “Endgame”
28 34
105 242 (USA) NCIS “Aliyah” Tense reunion.
Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever (2014) Voice of Aubrey Plaza.
Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever (2014) Voice of Aubrey Plaza.
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108 252 (LIFE) (4:00) Finding Mrs. Claus (2012) ›› Christmas With the Kranks (2004) Tim Allen, Jamie Lee Curtis.
Ghost Inside My Child
Intervention “Luke; Shantel”
Intervention “Eddie”
Psychic Intervention
Ghost Inside My Child
Intervention “Luke; Shantel”
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109 253 (LMN) Psychic Intervention
Fast N’ Loud
Fast N’ Loud
Punkin Chunkin: Super Chunk!
Punkin Chunkin: Super Chunk!
31 74 9 182 278 (DISC) Fast N’ Loud
Untold Stories of the E.R.
Untold Stories of the E.R.
Untold Stories of the E.R.
Untold Stories of the E.R.
Sex Sent Me to the E.R.
Sex Sent Me to the E.R.
32 73 26 183 280 (TLC) Untold Stories of the E.R.
Pit Bulls and Parolees “Dumped” Pit Bulls and Parolees
Pit Bulls and Parolees
Pit Bulls and Parolees
Pit Bulls and Parolees
Yankee Jungle “The Big Thaw”
33 64 24 184 282 (AP) Pit Bulls and Parolees
Vikings “Answers in Blood”
Vikings “Unforgiven”
Vikings “Blood Eagle”
Vikings “Boneless”
Vikings “The Choice”
(:03) Vikings “The Lord’s Prayer”
34 36
120 269 (HIST) Vikings “Eye For an Eye”
Criminal Minds “Pay It Forward”
Criminal Minds “Alchemy”
Criminal Minds “Nanny Dearest”
Criminal Minds “No. 6”
(:01) Criminal Minds
35 43 25 118 265 (A&E) Shipping Wars Shipping Wars Criminal Minds “Restoration”
››› The Matrix (1999, Science Fiction) Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, Carrie-Anne Moss.
››› The Matrix Reloaded
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254 (AMC) ›› The Matrix Revolutions (2003, Science Fiction) Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne.
››› Jungle Book (1942, Adventure) Sabu, Joseph Calleia.
››› The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939) Charles Laughton.
›› Deathdream (1972)
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132 256 (TCM) ›››› Beauty and the Beast (1946) Jean Marais, Josette Day.
››› Brave (2012) Voices of Kevin McKidd, Emma Thompson.
››› Despicable Me (2010) Voices of Steve Carell, Jason Segel.
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180 311 (FAM) ››› The Hunger Games (2012, Science Fiction) Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson.
Good Luck Jessie: NYC
›››› The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Jessie
Lab Rats
Lab Rats
Girl Meets
Liv & Maddie
39 18 17 173 291 (DISN) Dog With a Blog Dog With a Blog Liv & Maddie
Nicky, Ricky
Thundermans Awesomeness Fresh Prince
Fresh Prince
Friends
(:36) Friends
40 66
171 300 (NICK) Thundermans Thundermans Henry Danger Henry Danger Santa Hunters (2014, Fantasy) Breanna Yde
(:15) ››› Madagascar (2005) Voices of Ben Stiller, Chris Rock.
King of the Hill King of the Hill American Dad American Dad The Boondocks Black Dynamite Family Guy
Attack on Titan
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176 296 (TOON) (4:00) The Adventures of Tintin
Property Brothers
House Hunters International
House Hunters Hunters Int’l
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112 229 (HGTV) House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters House Hunters Property Brothers
Chopped
Chopped
Chopped
Chopped
Chopped
Chopped
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110 231 (FOOD) Chopped
› Grown Ups (2010, Comedy) Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock.
›› Horrible Bosses (2011) Jason Bateman, Charlie Day.
Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly
44 40
137 248 (FX) Am. Reunion
Kevin Hart: Grown Little Man
Amy Schumer: Mostly Sex Stuff All-Star
Kevin Hart: Grown Little Man
45 37
107 249 (COM) Vegas Vacation (:18) ›› Couples Retreat (2009, Comedy) Vince Vaughn, Jason Bateman.
Cops
Cops
Jail
Cops
Cops
Cops
Cops
Cops
Cops
Cops
Cops
Cops “Liar Liar” Cops
46 76 16 168 325 (SPIKE) Cops
›››› Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991, Science Fiction) Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton.
›› Blade: Trinity (2004, Horror) Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson, Jessica Biel.
Z Nation
48 75
122 244 (SYFY) (3:30) ››› The Fifth Element
Family Feud
Family Feud
Family Feud
Family Feud
(:43) Family Feud
Family Feud
Love-Raymond Love-Raymond King of Queens King of Queens King of Queens King of Queens
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Vanderpump Rules
Vanderpump Rules
› The Ugly Truth (2009) Katherine Heigl, Gerard Butler.
› The Ugly Truth (2009) Katherine Heigl, Gerard Butler.
64 203
129 273 (BRAVO) Vanderpump Rules “Social”
Take the Hamptons
Take the Hamptons
›› White Chicks (2004, Comedy) Shawn Wayans, Marlon Wayans.
›› The Girl Next Door (2004) Emile Hirsch, Elisha Cuthbert.
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114 236 (E!) Take the Hamptons
truTV Top Funniest
truTV Top Funniest
Fake Off “Free Your Mind”
Fake Off
Fake Off “Going For Gold”
(:01) Fake Off “Oh, the Horror!”
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204 246 (TRUTV) truTV Top Funniest “Epic Fails”
Ghost Adventures
Ghost Adventures Fort Horsted.
Ghost Adventures
Ghost Adventures
Dead Files Revisited
The Dead Files
67 63
215 277 (TRAV) Ghost Adventures
Hour Of Power with Bobby
Billy Graham Classic Crusades
›››› Going My Way (1944, Musical) Bing Crosby, Barry Fitzgerald, Rise Stevens.
Travel the Road Not a Fan
Gods At War
69 99
260 372 (TBN) In Touch W/Charles Stanley
College Basketball Eastern Kentucky at BYU.
›› The Apple Dumpling Gang (1975) Bill Bixby, Susan Clark.
The Story Trek ›› The Apple Dumpling Gang
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374 (BYU) Post-Game Shw Sue Thomas F.B.Eye
››› Die Hard 2 (1990, Action) Bruce Willis. Police hero spots military terrorists at D.C. airport.
White Collar Brawlers
White Collar Brawlers
WC Brawlers
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115 235 (ESQTV) (3:30) ››› Die Hard (1988) Bruce Willis.
Christmas Under Wraps (2014, Drama) Candace Cameron Bure.
Let It Snow (2013, Drama) Candace Cameron Bure, Jesse Hutch.
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185 312 (HALL) (4:00) A Royal Christmas (2014) A Very Merry Mix-Up (2013, Romance) Alicia Witt, Mark Wiebe.
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(:25) NFL Football New England Patriots at Green Bay Packers.
Sports Central
2 2 (KCBS) NFL Football San Diego Chargers at Baltimore Ravens.
Skiing
Figure Skating ISU Grand Prix: NHK Trophy. From Osaka, Japan.
On the Money Nightly News
Football Night in America
4 3 (KNBC) (9:30) Red Bull Signature Series Action Sports
Paid Program Paid Program Paid Program AAA Benefits
Freeze Your
SAF3 “Father’s Day”
Laura McKenzie Cosmetic Sur
››› Tangled (2010)
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Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions for You Finding financial solutions. Rick Steves’ Europe
Steves’ Europe (:10) Rick Steves’ Europe
(:05) Rick Steves’ Europe
Red Rock Serenade
(KOCE) Wheat Belly
Wildlife Docs
Outback Adv
Born to Explore World of X Games
World of X Games
Unforgettable Holiday Moments on Ice
Eyewitness News 4:00PM
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Outback Adv
Born to Explore AAA Benefits
World of X Games
World of X Games
Unforgettable Holiday Moments on Ice
Jeopardy!
Wheel Fortune
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(KOLO) Wildlife Docs
Sexy Face at
Wolfgang Puck Can’t Sleep?
Paid Program White Collar “Out of the Box”
WEN Hair Care Hair- Secrets! Engagement
Engagement
Paid Program Fast Joint Relief
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The OT
2014 College Football Champion I Love Lucy
I Love Lucy
I Love Lucy
TMZ
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BrainChange With David Perlmutter, MD
Things That Aren’t Here Anymore
More Things That Aren’t Here Anymore
Local Heroes 2014
Full Frame
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Born to Explore World of X Games
World of X Games
Unforgettable Holiday Moments on Ice
Ask America
World News
7News at 5PM Sunday
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Skiing
Figure Skating ISU Grand Prix: NHK Trophy. From Osaka, Japan.
Noodle/Doodle Nightly News
Football Night in America
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(KUSA) (9:30) Red Bull Signature Series Action Sports
(:25) NFL Football New England Patriots at Green Bay Packers.
News
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(KCNC) NFL Football San Diego Chargers at Baltimore Ravens.
The Experts
World/Poker
2014 World Series of Poker
2014 World Series of Poker Final Table. From Las Vegas.
SportsCenter
23 25 8 140 206 (ESPN) College Basketball Orlando Classic, Final: Teams TBA.
College Basketball Providence at Kentucky.
College Basketball Orlando Classic: Teams TBA.
Kickoff Show
2014 Grey Cup: Stampeders vs. Tiger-Cats
24 26 15 144 209 (ESPN2) College Basketball
College Basketball Air Force at Texas Tech.
The Game 365 Golf Life
Auto Racing
Sports Unlimited
Darts
25 27
(FXSP) World Extreme Games
Law & Order “Couples”
Law & Order “Smoke”
››› War of the Worlds (2005, Science Fiction) Tom Cruise, Dakota Fanning.
›› I, Robot (2004, Science Fiction) Will Smith.
26 42 22 138 245 (TNT) Law & Order “Sheltered”
(:45) ››› Shrek (2001) Voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy.
(:45) ››› Home Alone (1990, Comedy) Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci.
(:45) › Surviving Christmas (2004) Ben Affleck.
27 41 13 139 247 (TBS) ›› Beverly Hills Chihuahua (2008) Piper Perabo.
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
28 34
105 242 (USA) Law & Order: SVU
Merry In-Laws (2012) Shelley Long, George Wendt, Lucas Bryant.
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108 252 (LIFE) The Sisterhood: Becoming Nuns Holly’s Holiday (2012) Claire Coffee, Ryan McPartlin, Gabrielle Dennis. › An Accidental Christmas (2007) Cynthia Gibb, David Millbern.
The Capture of the Green River Killer Detective David Reichert searches for a serial killer.
The Assault (2014, Drama) Makenzie Vega, Khandi Alexander.
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109 253 (LMN) Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs
Dirty Jobs “Glass Maker”
Dirty Jobs
Epic RVs
Epic RVs
Buying Alaska Buying Alaska Buying Alaska Buying Alaska
31 74 9 182 278 (DISC) Edge of Alaska
The Little Couple
The Little Couple
Little Couple
Little Couple
32 73 26 183 280 (TLC) Say Yes, Dress Say Yes, Dress Say Yes, Dress Say Yes, Dress Say Yes, Dress Say Yes, Dress The Little Couple
To Be Announced
To Be Announced
To Be Announced
To Be Announced
To Be Announced
To Be Announced
33 64 24 184 282 (AP) To Be Announced
Ax Men “Trucked Up”
Ax Men “Cutting it Close”
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
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120 269 (HIST) Ax Men “Battle Ax”
Criminal Minds “Legacy”
Godfather of Pittsburgh
Dogs of War “Duane”
Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty Duck Dynasty
35 43 25 118 265 (A&E) Criminal Minds “Open Season”
›› Ghostbusters II (1989, Comedy) Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver.
The Walking Dead
The Walking Dead “Strangers”
The Walking Dead
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254 (AMC) (9:00) ››› Ghostbusters (1984) Bill Murray.
›› Zebra in the Kitchen (1965) Jay North, Martin Milner.
›››› The Yearling (1946, Drama) Gregory Peck, Jane Wyman.
(:15) ››› Lassie Come Home (1943, Drama) Roddy McDowall.
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132 256 (TCM) (9:00) ›››› Sounder (1972)
›› Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (2012) Dwayne Johnson.
›› Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium (2007) Natalie Portman.
›› The Flintstones (1994)
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180 311 (FAM) ››› ParaNorman (2012, Comedy) Voices of Kodi Smit-McPhee.
Star-Rebels
Gravity Falls
Dog With a Blog Dog With a Blog Dog With a Blog Dog With a Blog Jessie
Jessie
Jessie
Liv & Maddie
39 18 17 173 291 (DISN) Eloise-C’mas. (:40) ›››› The Nightmare Before Christmas
SpongeBob
SpongeBob
SpongeBob
SpongeBob
SpongeBob
The Fairly OddParents
Sam & Cat
Nicky, Ricky
Nicky, Ricky
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171 300 (NICK) Santa Hunters (2014, Fantasy) Breanna Yde
Teen Titans Go! Grandma Got Run Over/Reindeer › The Smurfs (2011, Comedy) Hank Azaria, Neil Patrick Harris.
NinjaGo: Mstrs NinjaGo: Mstrs ››› Madagascar (2005)
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176 296 (TOON) (9:45) ›› Shark Tale (2004) Robert De Niro
Property Brothers at Home
Property Brothers
Property Brothers
Property Brothers “Kari & Boris”
Property Brothers
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112 229 (HGTV) Flea Market Flip Flea Market Flip House Hunters Renovation
Chopped
Chopped
Chopped
Chopped
Holiday Baking Championship
Guy’s Grocery Games
43 45
110 231 (FOOD) Chopped
How I Met
›› Baby Mama (2008, Comedy) Tina Fey, Amy Poehler.
›› American Reunion (2012, Comedy) Jason Biggs, Alyson Hannigan.
› Grown Ups (2010, Comedy) Adam Sandler.
44 40
137 248 (FX) How I Met
(:35) ›› Major League (1989, Comedy) Tom Berenger, Charlie Sheen.
(:10) › Vegas Vacation (1997, Comedy) Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo.
Couples Retreat
45 37
107 249 (COM) (9:24) ›› Beverly Hills Cop II (1987, Comedy)
Bar Rescue “Empty Pockets”
Bar Rescue
›››› Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981, Adventure) Harrison Ford, Karen Allen.
(:15) ››› Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)
46 76 16 168 325 (SPIKE) Bar Rescue “Turtle on Its Back”
››› The Fifth Element (1997, Science Fiction) Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman, Ian Holm.
›››› Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991, Science Fiction) Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton.
›› 30 Days of Night (2007)
48 75
122 244 (SYFY) (9:30) Haven
(:36) Roseanne (:12) Roseanne
(1:48) Roseanne (:24) Roseanne Roseanne
(:36) Roseanne (:12) Roseanne
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Real Housewives/Beverly
The Real Housewives of Atlanta The Real Housewives of Atlanta
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129 273 (BRAVO) The Real Housewives of Atlanta (:02) The Millionaire Matchmaker (:01) The Millionaire Matchmaker Real Housewives/Beverly
Sex & the City Sex & the City Sex & the City Sex & the City Sex & the City Sex & the City Sex & the City Sex & the City Sex & the City Sex & the City Sex and the City
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Fake Off
Fake Off “Going For Gold”
Hair Jacked
Hair Jacked
Carbonaro Eff. Carbonaro Eff. Friends People Friends People Friends People Friends People
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Mysteries at the Museum
Bizarre Foods America
Bizarre Foods America
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
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215 277 (TRAV) Mysteries at the Museum
It Is Written
Bayless Conley Supernatural
Christ Nations Jesse Duplantis John Hagee
MarriageToday Balanced Living Gregory Dickow T.D. Jakes
Joyce Meyer
Lead the Way
The Blessed
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260 372 (TBN) PowerPoint
Joseph Smith Joseph Smith Book/Mormon Book/Mormon BYU Idaho Dev. Profiles
Music
Music & Word BYU Forum Address
Generations
Hand. Messiah
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Weekend Fix
Weekend Fix
››› Die Hard (1988) Bruce Willis. A New York policeman outwits foreign thugs in an L.A. high-rise.
››› Die Hard 2 (1990, Action) Bruce Willis, Bonnie Bedelia, William Atherton.
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Let It Snow (2013, Drama) Candace Cameron Bure, Jesse Hutch.
Christmas Under Wraps (2014, Drama) Candace Cameron Bure.
Christmas With Holly (2012)
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185 312 (HALL) A Very Merry Mix-Up (2013, Romance) Alicia Witt, Mark Wiebe.
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The Mentalist
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
CBS 2 News
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The Challenge NBC 4 News
Dateline NBC “Vanished”
NBC 4 News
NBC 4 News
4 3 (KNBC) Football Night (:20) NFL Football Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs.
KTLA News at 6 News at 6:30
Name Game
Name Game
Friends
Friends
KTLA 5 News Sunday Edition
KTLA 5 News at 10
News at 11
Bensinger
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Victor Borge’s Timeless Comedy!
Downton Abbey Rediscovered
Downton Abbey Rediscovered
Suze Orman’s Financial Solutions
(KOCE) Classic Hollywood Musicals
World News
News
Eye on L.A.
America’s Funniest Home Videos Once Upon a Time “Fall”
Resurrection “Forsaken”
(:01) Revenge “Intel”
Eyewitness News 11:00PM
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World News
KOLO 8 6:30
America’s Funniest Home Videos Once Upon a Time “Fall”
Resurrection “Forsaken”
(:01) Revenge “Intel”
KOLO 8 at 11
Castle
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Raising Hope
Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly
KCAL 9 News at 8:00PM
KCAL 9 News at 9:00PM
KCAL 9 News Sports Central Blue Bloods “Critical Condition”
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Studio 11 LA
Modern Family Modern Family Ice Age: Xmas Mulaney
The Simpsons Brooklyn Nine Family Guy
Bob’s Burgers Fox 11 Ten O’Clock News
The Simpsons TMZ
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Moyers-Comp Wild Photo Adv. SoCal
Visiting... With Huell Howser
Father Brown
Inspector George Gently “Peace and Love”
Scott & Bailey
American Land
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Resurrection “Forsaken”
(:01) Revenge “Intel”
7News at 10PM News
Castle “In the Belly of the Beast”
Scandal “All Roads Lead to Fitz”
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(KMGH) America’s Funniest Home Videos Once Upon a Time “Fall”
News
9News at 10pm 9News
Meet the Press
Paid Program Can’t Sleep?
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(KUSA) Football Night (:20) NFL Football Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs.
(:01) Madam Secretary
The Mentalist
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
News
AutoNation All (:07) Blue Bloods
(:07) The Good Wife
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Championship Drive: Who’s In? MLS Soccer: Western Conference Finals, Leg 2 -- Galaxy at Sounders
SportsCenter
SportsCenter
SportsCenter
23 25 8 140 206 (ESPN) SportsCenter
College Basketball
ESPN FC
30 for 30
30 for 30 Shorts
24 26 15 144 209 (ESPN2) (3:30) 2014 Grey Cup Calgary Stampeders vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
UFC Unleashed
World Poker Tour: Season 12
World Poker Tour: Season 12
UFC Unleashed
Kings Weekly Crew Calendar World Poker Tour: Season 12
25 27
(FXSP) Table Tennis
›› Clash of the Titans (2010) Sam Worthington, Liam Neeson.
››› Transformers (2007) Shia LaBeouf, Tyrese Gibson. Two races of robots wage war on Earth.
(:01) ›› Clash of the Titans
26 42 22 138 245 (TNT) (3:30) ›› I, Robot (2004)
›› Four Christmases (2008) Vince Vaughn, Reese Witherspoon.
›› Four Christmases (2008) Vince Vaughn, Reese Witherspoon.
27 41 13 139 247 (TBS) Surviving Cmas ›› Fred Claus (2007, Comedy) Vince Vaughn, Paul Giamatti, Miranda Richardson.
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
Modern Family Modern Family
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105 242 (USA) Law & Order: SVU
›› Christmas With the Kranks (2004) Tim Allen, Jamie Lee Curtis.
Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever (2014) Voice of Aubrey Plaza.
(:02) Christmas With the Kranks
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A Warden’s Ransom (2014, Suspense) Diane Neal, Jodelle Ferland.
Dead on Campus (2014, Drama) Katelyn Tarver, Tamara Duarte.
A Warden’s Ransom (2014)
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Alaska: The Last Frontier
Alaska: The Last Frontier
Alaska: The Last Frontier Ex
Alaska: The Last Frontier
Edge of Alaska: Legends
Alaska: The Last Frontier
31 74 9 182 278 (DISC) Alaska: The Last Frontier
Little Couple
The Little Couple “The Big 4-0”
The Little Couple “I Do... Again!”
90 Day Fiance
90 Day Fiance
My Five Wives
90 Day Fiance
32 73 26 183 280 (TLC) Little Couple
To Be Announced
North Woods Law “Cheaters”
North Woods Law
North Woods Law “High Jinks”
To Be Announced
North Woods Law “High Jinks”
33 64 24 184 282 (AP) To Be Announced
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Ax Men Coatsy’s badly injured.
(:03) Alaska Off-Road Warriors
(:03) Pawn Stars (:32) Pawn Stars
34 36
120 269 (HIST) Pawn Stars
Storage Wars
Storage Wars
Storage Wars
Storage Wars
Storage Wars
Storage Wars
Storage Wars
(:02) Dogs of War “Thomas”
35 43 25 118 265 (A&E) Country Buck$ Country Buck$ Shipping Wars Shipping Wars Storage Wars
The Walking Dead “Self-Help”
The Walking Dead “Consumed”
The Walking Dead “Crossed”
The Walking Dead “Coda”
(:02) Talking Dead
The Walking Dead “Coda”
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(:15) ›››› National Velvet (1944, Drama) Mickey Rooney, Elizabeth Taylor.
››› Mare Nostrum (1926, War) Antonio Moreno, Alice Terry.
Army (1944)
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132 256 (TCM) ››› The Black Stallion (1979) Kelly Reno, Mickey Rooney.
››› Brave (2012) Voices of Kevin McKidd, Emma Thompson.
››› Despicable Me (2010) Voices of Steve Carell, Jason Segel.
››› National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989) Chevy Chase.
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Liv & Maddie
Dog With a Blog Austin & Ally
Jessie
›› Santa Buddies (2009) George Wendt.
(:40) Jessie
Austin & Ally
Dog With a Blog Girl Meets
Liv & Maddie
39 18 17 173 291 (DISN) A.N.T. Farm
Santa Hunters (2014, Fantasy) Breanna Yde
Full House
Fresh Prince
Fresh Prince
Friends
(:36) Friends
40 66
171 300 (NICK) Thundermans Thundermans Henry Danger Henry Danger Nickelodeon HALO Awards
Teen Titans Go! Clarence
Wrld, Gumball Regular Show Sit Down, Shut King of the Hill King of the Hill Bob’s Burgers Bob’s Burgers Family Guy
Family Guy
Mr. Pickles
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Property Brothers
Property Brothers
Hawaii Life
Hawaii Life
Beach Bargain Beach Bargain Vacation House for Free
House Hunters Hunters Int’l
42 44
112 229 (HGTV) Property Brothers
Holiday Baking Championship
Cutthroat Kitchen
Cutthroat Kitchen
Holiday Baking Championship
Cutthroat Kitchen
Cutthroat Kitchen
43 45
110 231 (FOOD) Guy’s Grocery Games
›› Horrible Bosses (2011) Jason Bateman, Charlie Day.
››› 21 Jump Street (2012, Comedy) Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Brie Larson.
› The Watch (2012) Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn.
44 40
137 248 (FX) (3:30) › Grown Ups (2010)
Aziz Ansari: Dangerously
Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain
Kevin Hart: Grown Little Man
All-Star
(:03) South Park (:33) South Park
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107 249 (COM) (4:16) ›› Couples Retreat (2009) Vince Vaughn, Jason Bateman.
(:12) ››› Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989, Adventure) Harrison Ford, Sean Connery.
(:15) ›› Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) Harrison Ford, Cate Blanchett.
46 76 16 168 325 (SPIKE) Indiana Jones & the Temple
›› Blade: Trinity (2004, Horror) Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson, Jessica Biel.
› The Happening (2008) Mark Wahlberg, Zooey Deschanel.
Spartacus: War of the Damned
48 75
122 244 (SYFY) (4:00) ›› 30 Days of Night (2007, Horror)
Golden Girls
Golden Girls
(:43) The Golden Girls
Golden Girls
Love-Raymond Love-Raymond King of Queens King of Queens King of Queens King of Queens
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The Real Housewives of Atlanta The Real Housewives of Atlanta What Happens
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129 273 (BRAVO) The Real Housewives of Atlanta The Real Housewives of Atlanta The Real Housewives of Atlanta The Real Housewives of Atlanta
Take the Hamptons
Take the Hamptons
Take the Hamptons
Take the Hamptons
House of DVF
Take the Hamptons
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truTV Top Funniest
truTV Top Funniest
Imp. Jokers
Imp. Jokers
Carbonaro Eff. Carbonaro Eff. A Grown Up
Friends People Imp. Jokers
Imp. Jokers
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Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Man v. Food
Odd, Odd World Odd, Odd World Only Happens In “Alaska”
Only Happens In “Japan”
Alaska Starts Here
67 63
215 277 (TRAV) Man v. Food
Kerry Shook
K. Copeland
Creflo Dollar
››› The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) Max von Sydow. A chronicle of the life and times of Jesus Christ.
Bless the Lord Christmas With a Capital C (2010)
69 99
260 372 (TBN) Joel Osteen
Silent Night (2012, Biography) Carsten Clemens, Florence Matousek.
Turning Point The Story Trek Generations Project “Gloria”
Music & Word HI Devotional
Silent Night (2012, Biography)
70
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›› Red Dawn (1984, Action) Patrick Swayze, C. Thomas Howell, Lea Thompson.
Psych “Bollywood Homicide”
Psych “High Top Fade Out”
Psych “Let’s Doo-Wop It Again”
Weekend Fix
The Getaway
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115 235 (ESQTV) Die Hard 2
One Christmas Eve (2014) Anne Heche, Juan-Carlos Velis, Brian Tee.
Snow Bride (2013, Drama) Katrina Law, Jordan Belfi, Susie Abromeit.
79 35
185 312 (HALL) (4:00) Christmas With Holly (2012) Northpole (2014, Fantasy) Tiffani Thiessen, Josh Hopkins.
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CBS 2 News
Evening News The Insider
Entertainment Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly
Scorpion “True Colors”
CBS 2 News
Letterman
2 2 (KCBS) CBS 2 News at 5:00
NBC 4 News
Nightly News
Extra
Access H.
The Voice “Live Top 8 Performances” The top eight artists perform.
State of Affairs “Half the Sky”
NBC 4 News
Tonight Show
4 3 (KNBC) NBC 4 News at 5pm
KTLA News at 6 KTLA News
Two/Half Men
Two/Half Men
Grandma Got Run Over/Reindeer Greatest Holiday Commercials
KTLA 5 News at 10
KTLA 5 News
Friends
5
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Studio SoCal
PBS NewsHour
The Best of 50s Pop (My Music) Clips feature hits from the 1950s.
50 Years With Peter, Paul and Mary
Victor Borge
Downton Abbey
(KOCE) Wild Kratts
News
World News
Jeopardy!
Wheel Fortune CMA Country Christmas Music stars perform holiday songs.
(:01) Castle An actor is murdered. News
Jimmy Kimmel
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World News
KOLO 8 6:30
Jeopardy!
Wheel Fortune CMA Country Christmas Music stars perform holiday songs.
(:01) Castle An actor is murdered. KOLO 8 at 11
Jimmy Kimmel
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Family Feud
Family Feud
Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly
KCAL 9 News at 8:00PM
KCAL 9 News at 9:00PM
KCAL 9 News Sports Central Entertainment The Insider
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TMZ
Dish Nation
Modern Family Modern Family Gotham “Pilot”
Sleepy Hollow “The Akeda”
Fox 11 Ten O’Clock News
TMZ
Dish Nation
11
11 (KTTV) Studio 11 LA
Business Rpt. World News
Newsline
Steves’ Europe California Gold New Tricks
Legends of the Sky: The Jenny
Borgen
Things That Aren’t Here Anymore
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28 28 (KCET) World News
The List
CMA Country Christmas Music stars perform holiday songs.
(:01) Castle An actor is murdered. 7News at 10PM (:35) Jimmy Kimmel Live
(:37) Nightline Inside Edition RightThisMinute
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(KMGH) 7News Right
State of Affairs “Half the Sky”
9News at 10pm Tonight Show-J. Fallon
Tonight Show-J. Fallon
Last Call/Daly
4
(KUSA) 9News at 6pm Entertainment The Voice “Live Top 8 Performances” The top eight artists perform.
Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly
Mike & Molly
Scorpion “True Colors”
News
Late Show With David Letterman Late Late Show/Craig Ferguson News Repeat
7
(KCNC) CBS4 News at 6 CBS4 News
(:20) SportsCenter
NFL PrimeTime
SportsCenter
23 25 8 140 206 (ESPN) (:15) NFL Football Miami Dolphins at New York Jets.
NBA Coast to Coast
(:15) College Football Final
NBA Tonight
SportsCenter
SportsCenter
SportsNation
24 26 15 144 209 (ESPN2) College Basketball
Ducks Weekly Ducks Pregame NHL Hockey Boston Bruins at Anaheim Ducks.
Ducks Live
My Own Words Ducks Weekly World Poker Tour: Season 12
25 27
(FXSP) Darts
Castle Strange murder scene.
Castle
Major Crimes “Down the Drain”
Major Crimes “Party Foul”
Transporter: The Series
Major Crimes “Party Foul”
26 42 22 138 245 (TNT) Castle
Friends
Seinfeld
Seinfeld
Seinfeld
Seinfeld
Family Guy
Family Guy
American Dad American Dad Big Bang
Big Bang
Conan
27 41 13 139 247 (TBS) Friends
NCIS “The Weak Link”
NCIS “Reveille”
WWE Monday Night RAW
Chrisley Knows Chrisley Knows
28 34
105 242 (USA) NCIS Marine’s remains found.
Movie
An En Vogue Christmas (2014, Musical) Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron.
Seasons of Love (2014, Romance) LeToya Luckett, Cleo Anthony.
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The Perfect Roommate (2011, Suspense) Boti Bliss, Ashley Leggat.
››› The Perfect Teacher (2010) David Charvet, Megan Park.
The Perfect Roommate (2011)
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109 253 (LMN) ››› The Perfect Teacher (2010) David Charvet, Megan Park.
Misfit Garage
Misfit Garage: Fired Up
Misfit Garage “One, Nasty Nova”
Fast N’ Loud: Demolition Theater (:01) Misfit Garage
31 74 9 182 278 (DISC) Fat N’ Furious: Rolling Thunder Misfit Garage
Little Couple
Little Couple
The Little Couple “The Big 4-0”
The Little Couple “I Do... Again!”
The Little Couple “The Big 4-0”
32 73 26 183 280 (TLC) Say Yes, Dress Say Yes, Dress Say Yes, Dress Say Yes, Dress The Little Couple
North Woods Law
Yukon Men “Hell Freezes Over”
Yukon Men “Tough Choices”
Yukon Men “Fresh Blood”
Yukon Men “Pray for Snow”
Yukon Men “Tough Choices”
33 64 24 184 282 (AP) North Woods Law
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
Pawn Stars
(:31) Pawn Stars (:03) Down East Dickering
34 36
120 269 (HIST) Pawn Stars
The First 48 “Desperate Moves”
The First 48
The First 48
The First 48
Godfather of Pittsburgh
(:02) The First 48
35 43 25 118 265 (A&E) The First 48
›› The Santa Clause 2 (2002, Comedy) Tim Allen, Elizabeth Mitchell.
›› Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992)
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››› She Done Him Wrong
(:45) ››› I’m No Angel (1933, Comedy) Mae West, Cary Grant.
››› The Eagle and the Hawk (1933) Cary Grant
›› Hot Saturday (1932)
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››› National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989) Chevy Chase.
››› Elf (2003, Comedy) Will Ferrell, James Caan, Bob Newhart.
››› The Santa Clause (1994, Comedy) Tim Allen, Judge Reinhold.
38 19
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Girl Meets
Liv & Maddie
Liv & Maddie
Jessie
Dog With a Blog Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas! (2011, Comedy) Liv & Maddie
Jessie
Girl Meets
Austin & Ally
Dog With a Blog
39 18 17 173 291 (DISN) Girl Meets
SpongeBob
Nicky, Ricky
Nicky, Ricky
Nicky, Ricky
Max & Shred
Full House
Full House
Full House
Full House
Fresh Prince
Fresh Prince
Friends
(:36) Friends
40 66
171 300 (NICK) SpongeBob
Uncle Grandpa Teen Titans Go! Steven Universe Adventure Time Regular Show King of the Hill King of the Hill Cleveland Show Cleveland Show American Dad Mike Tyson
Family Guy
Family Guy
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176 296 (TOON) Clarence
Love It or List It “Jody & Sam”
Love It or List It “Sachi & Cam”
Love It or List It
Love It or List It
House Hunters Hunters Int’l
Love It or List It
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112 229 (HGTV) Love It or List It
Restaurant: Impossible
Mystery Diners Mystery Diners Restaurant: Impossible
Restaurant: Impossible
43 45
110 231 (FOOD) Mystery Diners Mystery Diners Mystery Diners Mystery Diners Restaurant: Impossible
››› The Other Guys (2010, Comedy) Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg, Eva Mendes.
Anger
Anger
››› The Other Guys (2010)
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137 248 (FX) ››› 21 Jump Street (2012, Comedy) Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Brie Larson.
(6:58) Futurama (:29) Futurama Futurama
Futurama
South Park
South Park
South Park
South Park
Daily Show
Colbert Report
45 37
107 249 (COM) (4:52) Futurama (:23) Futurama Colbert Report Daily Show
(:15) ›› Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008, Adventure) Harrison Ford, Cate Blanchett.
John Carter
46 76 16 168 325 (SPIKE) (:12) ››› Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989, Adventure) Harrison Ford, Sean Connery.
›› The Uninvited (2009, Horror) Elizabeth Banks, Emily Browning.
›› Blindness (2008, Suspense) Julianne Moore, Mark Ruffalo, Alice Braga.
The Apparition
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122 244 (SYFY) › The Apparition (2012, Horror) Ashley Greene, Sebastian Stan.
(5:48) Walker, Texas Ranger
Walker, Texas Ranger “The Crusader”
Family Feud
Family Feud
Love-Raymond King of Queens King of Queens King of Queens King of Queens
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Vanderpump Rules “Social”
Vanderpump Rules
Vanderpump Rules
Vanderpump Rules “In the Doghouse”
Euros of Hollywood
What Happens
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129 273 (BRAVO) Vanderpump Rules “Instafight”
Take the Hamptons
E! News
Live From E!
The Soup
Take the Hamptons
Take the Hamptons
E! News
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Imp. Jokers
Imp. Jokers
Imp. Jokers
Imp. Jokers
Carbonaro Eff. Carbonaro Eff. Fake Off “Going For Gold”
Fake Off “This Means War”
Hair Jacked
Imp. Jokers
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Man v. Food
Bizarre Foods America
Bizarre Foods America “Austin”
Bizarre Foods/Zimmern
Bizarre Foods/Zimmern
Booze Traveler “Peru Is Magic”
Bizarre Foods America
67 63
215 277 (TRAV) Man v. Food
Kingdom Conn. Jesse Duplantis Best of Praise
Joel Osteen
Perry Stone
Jerry Dirmann Creflo Dollar
The Christmas Praise The Lord
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260 372 (TBN) Trinity Family Living Edge
Studio C
The Story Trek The Story Trek American Ride American Ride Studio C
Studio C
The Story Trek The Story Trek
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Top Chef: Texas “Fire and Ice”
Top Chef: Texas “Finale”
Parks/Recreat Parks/Recreat Parks/Recreat Parks/Recreat Parks/Recreat Parks/Recreat Car Match.
Car Match.
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Angels and Ornaments (2014) Jessalyn Gilsig, Sergio Di Zio.
››› All I Want for Christmas (2007, Romance) Gail O’Grady.
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185 312 (HALL) (4:00) The Christmas Spirit (2013) ››› The Most Wonderful Time of the Year (2008) Henry Winkler.
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B-4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014
BIG PINE PAIUTE TRIBE
Job Announcement
classifications
real estate
205 Acreage & Lots
215 Condos For Sale
220 Houses For Sale
225 Income Property
230 Mobile Homes For Sale
235 Real Estate Wanted
rentals
150 Aparts. Furnished
155 Aparts. Unfurnished
160 Condos For Rent
170 Houses Unfurnished
175 Mobile Homes For Rent
180 Space For Rent
185 Business Property Rent
190 Rooms For Rent
195 Wanted Fo Rent
200 Vacation Rentals
announcements
003 Happy Ads
010 Personals
015 FREE to You
020 Happiness Is …
025 Lost & Found
030 Upcoming Events
315 Yard Sales
320 Public Notices
325 Holiday Boutiques
animals
140 Pets
145 Livestock
employment
035 Business Opportunities
045 Help Wanted
050 Help Wanted
055 Work Wanted
020 HAPPINESS IS ...
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS
IS food a problem for you? Do you eat
when you!re not hungry? Go on eating
binges for no apparent reason? Is
weight affecting the way you live?
Bishop Overeaters Anonymous
welcomes you Ð no dues, fees, or
weigh-ins. For more info, call Marilyn at
760-872-3757 or 760-920-8013.
Bishop Overeaters Anonymous
Saturdays 10:00 a.m. -11:00 a.m.
Calvary Baptist Church Library
1100 W. Line St., Bishop
040 BARGAIN CORRAL
ELVIS COLLECTION! WIDE variety of
collectibles incl. brand new, complete
towel set, books, DVD!s, CD!s, 40Ó doll,
two 17Ó dolls, 15Ó doll all with stands
and certificates. Much more! $200
takes it all. Will consider selling items
seperately. 760-873-5067
045 HELP WANTED
BISHOP PAIUTE TRIBE
Accepting applications for the following:
services
037 Financial Services
038 Guide Services
305 Home Services
310 Professoinal Services
ENVIRONMENTAL DEPARTMENT
2 Positions
FOOD PROGRAM SPECIALIST
FT Based on Funding
$15.00-$18.00/Hr Close: Until Filled
merchandise
040 Bargain Corral
060 Antiques
065 Appliances
070 Building Supplies
075 Cameras & Access.
080 Computers
085 Firewood
090 Furniture
093 Musical
095 Guns
100 Lawn/Garden
105 Miscellaneous
110 Pools/Spas
125 Tools & Equipment
130 TV/Video
135 Merchandise Wanted
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE TECH.
Temporary
$10.00/Hr (10 Hr/Wk-Total 320 Hrs)
Close: Until Filled
TUTOR
PT (Seasonal School Year)
$9.27-$17.30/Hr (10-15 Hrs/Wk)
Close: Until Filled
HEAD START PROGRAM
TEACHER AIDE (Entry Level)
Temporary Part Time(4 positions)
$10.30-$14.42/Hr Close: 12/18/14
recreational
115 Ski Equipment
120 Sporting Goods
240 Boats
245 Jet Skis
250 Campers
255 Motor Homes
260 Travel Trailers
270 Snowmobiles
300 Utility Trailers
Please visit the Tribal website or office
for job descriptions and applications.
Please download and complete, Tribal
http://www.bishop Application <
paiutetribe.com/assets/employment/BIT
CEmploymentApplication.pdf > and attach with your resume and cover letter
to
:www.bishoppaiutetribe.com/Careers
< http://www.bishoppaiutetribe.com/Careers > 50 Tu Su Lane, Bishop, CA
93514 Phone (760) 873-3584
Fax
(760) 872-1897
transportation
265 Motorcycles
275 Autos
280 Trucks
285 4x4
290 Vans
295 Auto & Truck Parts
Need a
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Get One!
In the
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sierra
Classifieds
873-3535
(Above monthly salary is paid over 26
pay periods annually.)
Education/Experience:
Tech I - High school graduate or
equivalent with three years of increasingly responsible experience in financial
or statistical record keeping; Tech II High school graduate or equivalent with
one year of experience performing the
duties of Office Technician I with Inyo
County, or four years of increasingly responsible experience in financial record
keeping and analytical work experience.
To obtain a complete job description and an Inyo County application form, visit www.inyocounty.us or
call (760) 878-0407. Deadline for
application: 5:00 p.m., December 1,
2014 (postmarks not accepted).
Must apply on Inyo County application
form. EOE/ADA.
BIG PINE PAIUTE TRIBE
Job Announcement
HOUSING MANAGER
Salary Range: $17- $22/Hr. DOQ
Supervisor: Tribal Administrator/ Housing Commissioners
Job Duties: Implement to Tribe NAHASDA Program eligible activities; conduct contract/grant administration, planning, and implementation of housing
programs consistent with adopted and
approved housing policies and Tribal
goals and objectives. Develop and
monitor budget/s and make required reports to Housing Board, Tribal Administration and funding agencies.
Qualifications: Good verbal and written communication skills, computer literate, knowledge, and experience in
contract administration, budgeting, and
interacting with federal housing representatives as well as tribal community.
A minimum of three years housing
management experience is required.
Must have a clean driving record with
ability to be insured; must submit to
drug testing if asked.
For Job Description and Application:
Contact the Big Pine Tribal Office at
825 S. Main St. Phone: 760-938-2003
Fax: 760-938-2942
DEADLINE TO APPLY: Dec. 5, 2014
WE MOVE
ITEMS FAST
The easTern sierra
Classifieds
873-3535
Positions
AvAilAble
045 HELP WANTED
COUNTY OF INYO
OFFICE TECHNICIAN I OR II
Departments -One Position - shared
between Assessor's Office and
Clerk-Recorder's Office
One Position - shared between Administration and Auditor-Controller's Office
Location - Countywide
Salary: Tech I - $3027 - $3680
Tech II- $ 3323 - $4037
Indian Preference: Native American
Indian preference shall apply pursuant
to the prevailing Bishop Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance
and the Indian Self-Determination and
Education Assistance Act (24 U.S.C.
450, et seq,) 25 CFR 271.44 and other
relevant laws.
New PositioNs
Players Club Clerk/Driver – On Call
Cashier/Vault Attendant – Part-Time
Experienced Servers – Part-Time
Must be 21 or older to work at
The Paiute Palace Casino.
Full-Time Employee Benefits:
FMedical
FDental/Vision
FVacation
FSick Leave
FPaid Holidays
F401K
HOUSING MANAGER
Salary Range: $17- $22/Hr. DOQ
Supervisor: Tribal Administrator/ Housing Commissioners
Job Duties: Implement to Tribe NAHASDA Program eligible activities; con045 HELP WANTED
duct contract/grant administration, planning, and implementation of housing
programs consistent with adopted and
approved housing policies and Tribal
goals and objectives. Develop and
monitor budget/s and make required reports to Housing Board, Tribal Administration and funding agencies.
Qualifications: Good verbal and written communication skills, computer literate, knowledge, and experience in
contract administration, budgeting, and
interacting with federal housing representatives as well as tribal community.
A minimum of three years housing
management experience is required.
Must have a clean driving record with
ability to be insured; must submit to
drug testing if asked.
For Job Description and Application:
Contact the Big Pine Tribal Office at
825 S. Main St. Phone: 760-938-2003
Fax: 760-938-2942
DEADLINE TO APPLY: Dec. 5, 2014
045 HELP WANTED
045 HELP WANTED
THE BISHOP POLICE Department is
accepting applications for part-time and
substitute crossing guards. You must
clear a background check. Job consists
of 2-3 hrs per school day @ $10.00 per
hour. Contact Pam Galvin at
760-873-5823 or stop by the Bishop
Police Dept @ 207 W. Line St. Deadline for applying 5pm, 12/1/2014.
LVN, RN & CERTIFIED NURSING
ASSISTANTS
Come be a part of our great team!
Bishop Care Center is now accepting
applications for the above positions. We
are looking for compassionate, energetic individuals with good communication skills, providing resident care and
assisting our residents to obtain and
maintain his/her highest level of functioning. Pre-employment drug screening & background check required.
Apply in person at 151 Pioneer Lane,
Bishop, CA
Equal Opportunity Employer - M/F/D/V
COUNTY OF INYO
CORRECTIONAL OFFICER
(FEMALE)
Department - Sheriff
Location - Countywide
Salary - $3735-$4539
(Above monthly salary is paid over 26
pay periods annually.)
Education/Experience: A high school
graduate or equivalent with one year of
public contact experience. To obtain a
complete job description and an Inyo
County application form, visit www.inyocounty.us or call (760) 878-0407.
Deadline for application: 5:00 p.m.,
December 1, 2014 (postmarks not
accepted). Must apply on Inyo County
application form. EOE/ADA.
WILD IRIS
IMMEDIATE OPENING FOR A
PART-TIME CRISIS
COUNSELOR/EDUCATOR
20 Hours per week; position is based
in Bishop but may spend time in
Mammoth Lakes.
DUTIES: Provide counseling, advocacy and direct services to victims of
domestic violence, sexual assault,
child abuse; make presentations to
school age children using Youth
Violence Prevention Program curriculum. Position may be required to
travel to North Mono County and far
Southern Inyo County.
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;
computer literate.
RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
COORDINATOR (PART-TIME )
32 Hours per week; position is based
in Bishop but may spend time in
Mammoth Lakes.
DUTIES: Provide direct services and
case management to transitional
housing residents who have been affected by domestic violence, sexual
assault or child abuse.
QUALIFICATIONS: 2 years in a shelter or residential program setting with
case management experience; 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; bilingual and bi-literate in English and
Spanish; clean driving record for 2
years and auto insurance; available to
work Thursday through Monday; computer literate.
To apply for either position: 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/
Positions open until filled.
Wild Iris is an Equal Opportunity
Employer.
✄ CLIP HERE & TAKE WITH YOU ✄
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.
PLACE YOUR GARAGE/YARD SALE AD HERE!
big pine
Holiday Boutique
Bishop
! - CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE AT THE WINDOW FAIR, 400 W. LINE, SATURDAY, DEC. 6,
9:00AM-1:30PM Nativities, angels, candles, lace, garlands, florals, greenery, wreaths, lamps, home
ecor, accessories, gift ideas galore! Light refreshments! Ò Sales Tax FreeÓ sale on all in stock
purchases!!
! - BIG PINE - 850 HILL ST., SATURDAY, NOV. 29, 8:00AM-12:00PM Antique rocking chairs,
hunting blind, board games, toys, kids! bikes, bar stools, misc. and household items.
wilkerson
! - WILKERSON - 155 FOOTHILL, SATURDAY, NOV. 29, 8:00AM-12:00PM Construction tools,
cold weather apparel, misc. and more.
bishop
! - (MC) - 2313 SHOSHONE, FRI., SAT., & SUN., NOV. 28, 29 & 30, 9:00AM-1:00PM Treadmill,
luggage, cat door, stand up scale, wall mounted gun rack (holds 4 rifles), home decor, blue dishware, doll, shoes, clothing and misc.
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
The Inyo Register
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014 b-5
045 HELP WANTED
045 HELP WANTED
045 HELP WANTED
045 HELP WANTED
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECH/
MECHANIC wanted. Pay dependent on
experience. Call 760-873-9147
EXP. ELECTRICIAN WANTED in
Bishop area. Call for more info.
760-937-5261
SOUTHERN INYO HEALTHCARE
DISTRICT is accepting applications for
the follow full time positions:
THE TIMBISHA SHOSHONE tribe will
accept applications until 5:00pm, Dec.
12, 2014 to fill the following positions
for a short term (approx. 3 weeks) water main replacement project.
AT&T WIRELESS
AUTHORIZED RETAILER, Full and
part time sales positions available.
Hourly plus Commission!! Full
Benefits + Holiday and Vacation pay available.
Email
resume
to:
[email protected]
COUNTY OF INYO
OFFICE CLERK I (TEMPORARY)
Department -Treasurer-Tax Collector
Location - Office located in Independence, CA
Salary - $13.50/hour - 40 hours per
week
Term - Position may not exceed five
months
MINIMUM DATA SET COORDINATOR
POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible
for resident assessment and care
screening with the accurate completion
of the Skilled Nursing Facility Minimum
Data Set (MDS) and Care Area Assessment (CAA). Experience with CMS/Title 22 regs and/or MDS version 3.0 certification preferred. Minimum two years
RN or LVN experience. Requires CA license and CPR certification.
PROJECT FOREMAN
BACKHOE OPERATOR
PIPE LAYERS
GENERAL LABORER
Water main and service line installation
experience desired for all positions.
JOB LOCATION: Death Valley Tribal
Village, Death Valley, CA
SUPERVISED BY: Housing Director
DIRECTOR OF STAFF
DEVELOPMENT
POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible
for the orientation, direction, evaluation
and revision of the Skilled Nursing Facility department educational programs.
Facilitate, plan and implement Certification training program for nursing assistants as required by state regulations
and conduct hospital orientation for all
hospital personnel. Must have one
year experience providing direct nursing care. Requires CA RN or LVN
license and CPR certification.
Job descriptions and applications are
available online at www.SIHD.org/Jobs
or at the Human Resources office.
Southern Inyo Healthcare District
P.O. Box 1009, 501 East Locust Street
Lone Pine, CA 93545, (760) 876-2205
WAGE: Per Tribal wage rates
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: To install
approx. 1300! ft. of new 6Ó water main
and reconnect individual services to replace an existing main serving a portion
of the Death Valley homes of the Timbisha Shoshone Tribe.
INDIAN PREFERENCE: Native American Indian preference shall apply pursuant to the Indian Self-Discrimination
and Education Assistance Act
(24.U.S.C. 450, et seq), 25 CFR 271.44
and other relevant laws.
Applications and information may be
obtained from the Timbisha Shoshone
Tribal office, 621 W. Line St., Bishop,
CA 93514. Tel: 760-872-3614. Email:
[email protected]
Coso Geothermal Project
Plant Operator
Coso Operating Company LLC has an
immediate opening for a Plant Operator
at our Geothermal Project located north
of Ridgecrest, CA. This position is
responsible for completion of all company requirements for steam field and
power plant operations. Operators work
a rotating shift. Highly motivated safety
conscious people with good attendance
record, reliable transportation, are desired. Prior power plant, industrial process plant or Navy Nuclear Power personnel preferred. Applicant should possess prior excellent math skills as well
as the ability to understand electrical
and piping one-line drawings. Candidates from entry level to experienced
operators will be considered. A valid
CA driver's license and High School
diploma/GED are required.
We offer industry competitive compensation and benefits. Please send cover
letter and resume to Coso Operating
Company LLC, Attn: Human
Resources, P.O. Box 1690, Inyokern,
CA 93527.
FAX 760-764-1318 or
email [email protected]
Attn: Human Resources EOE
Education/Experience: Requires a high
school graduate or equivalent with six
months clerical experience in an office
environment. To obtain a complete job
description and an Inyo County application form, visit www.inyocounty.us or
call (760) 878-0407. Deadline for application: 5:00 p.m., December 15,
2014 (postmarks not accepted).
Must apply on Inyo County application
form. EOE/ADA.
TRIBAL ADMINISTRATOR
BRIDGEPORT Indian Colony is
seeking an experienced professional to join its staff as Tribal Administrator. Applicant must have a
minimum of 2 years related or
transferrable experience, be
self-motivated, assertive with the
ability to manage a diverse staff.
Solid computer knowledge and
strong written and verbal communication skills is a must. For application and complete job description call 760-932-7083. Send resume and application to: Bridgeport Indian Colony, PO Box 37
Bridgeport CA 93517. Email:
[email protected]
045 HELP WANTED
090 FURNITURE
Sterling Heights
Assisted Living
NOW HIRING!
!!!! P/T & FULL-TIME MEDICATION
TECHNICIAN & CAREGIVERS
AND DIETARY SERVERS
!
If you are compassionate and interested in working with our residents,
please pick up an application at 369 E.
Pine St., Bishop or e-mail resume to
[email protected]
Must successfully pass criminal background check & drug screen EOE /
RCFE#147203373
060 ANTIQUES
OAK ENTERTAINMENT
CENTER
Solid oak. Holds up to a 36Ó TV.
Leaded glass doors, 4 shelves on left
side. Large drawer for VHS or DVDs,
two cabinets below for lots of
storage.! 60Ó H x 63Ó W x 22Ó D.
Beautiful like new condition.! $400.!
760-872-6622
SOLID OAK
BOOKCASE
LIGHTED
HEADBOARD
WITH MIRROR
AND
10 DRAWER
DRESSER
WITH MIRROR
Art Nouveau
Candelabra
Beautiful piece, reproduction, gold
leaf finish. Tall and elegant. Stands
18Ó H, measures 9Ó across at widest
point. Base 8Ó x6Ó . Holds 6 tapered
candles. Lovely Christmas gift! $50 or
best offer.
760-920-2654
EXCELLENT CONDITION. MATTRESS
& BOXSPRINGS NOT INCLUDED.
$500 FIRM. 702.265.4342 EVA
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b-6 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2014 105 MISCELLANEOUS
155 APTS. UNFURNISHED
170 HOUSES UNFURNISHED
180 SPACE FOR RENT
1871 SANIGER, BISHOP 2Bed/1Bath.
Quiet complex, laundry on site. Call
Judy 760-935-0088 or 760-914-2834
3 BED/ 2.5 BATH, MAMMOTH.
2 CAR GARAGE, PELLET STOVE,
DOG FRIENDLY $2300 PER
MONTH. GREAT VIEWS, SUNNY &
QUIET. 760-914-1716
K & L STORAGE
SMALL TRAILER - close to town -$400
1 bed -w yard $750
1 bed - elec and wifi incl $775.
DeLaRosa Property Management
7601-872-3188
YAMAHA
UPRIGHT PIANO
170 HOUSES UNFURNISHED
BENTON 1BED/1BATH CUTE, remodeled plus 1bed/1bath garage suite.
Horse corral. Fenced area for dogs.
Mature trees. Open landscape. Long
term lease. Nonsmoking. $900/mo +
sec . dep. Call Penny 760-914-2582
MANOR MARKET AREA - 3BED/2BA
2 Car garage on quiet street. Great
back yard, covered patio, vegetable
garden, grape arbor. Forced air heat,
pellet stove, A/C. Master bedroom
has own bath and walk in closet.
$1600/mo. Call 760-937-1927
Very good condition, bench incl.
$1500 or best offer. Call
760-872-6729
155 APTS. UNFURNISHED
2 BED/1 BATH
LONE PINE
New paint, no pets, $900/mo.
760-937-5455
2BED/1BATH 1871 SANIGER , Bishop.
Fenced backyard, W/D hookups, lots
more.
$900/mo.
Call
Judy
760-935-0088 or 760-914-2934
PINE CREEK VILLAGE
New energy efficient units!
DAKOTA -3 Bed/1Bath, all appl incl new windows, heater and carpet $985/
mo. To view property call:
DeLaRosa Property Management
760-872-3188
2BED/1.5 BATH
760-872-6194
STARLITE - 2BED/2BA
LARGE MODERN 2 BED, ground floor
with patio, Fulton St., Bishop.Central
H/A, covered parking, laundry, quiet
complex.! $850/mo. plus !!! security.!
760-872-1186
4BED/2BATH - BIG PINE
Immaculate home on corner lot.
Bright, spacious open floor plan. Fully
landscaped, fenced yard with automatic sprinkler system, 2-car garage.
No pets.161 S. School St., $1500/mo.
www.SierraRealtyServices.com (Click
on “RENTALS”)
760-873-7777
MOVE RIGHT IN!
NEW 1 BED - Lee Vining. Quiet
neighborhood, full bath, all appliances, no smoking, no pets.
$700/mo annual, $900/mo seasonal.
Call 760-647-6042
Very private home in Starlite Estates.
Open concept house with wood
stove, central heat & cooler. Refrigerator, gas range and dishwasher.
Washer dryer hookups. Large back
deck with amazing views of Owens
Valley, covered front porch facing
Sierras. Pasture available. Small pet
ok. $1500/mo. Please call Chuck at
175 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT
180 SPACE FOR RENT
4BED/2BATH BIG PINE
Large fenced yard, 2 car garage, no
pets. $1,500/mo.
760-937-5455
LOOKING FOR AFFORDABLE space
for business? Look no further!
162 W. LINE ST. -Large open unit with
2 offices and backroom storage
$750/mo.
205 GROVE ST.- Unit avail. for office or
?? Full bath and covered patio
$700/mo.
DeLaRosa Property Management
760-872-3188
230 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE
3BED/2BATH
CORNER LOT, unique floor plan, large
driveway. Upgraded kitchen, large yard.
CALL AGT VICKIE FRENCH
760-937-5263
240 BOATS
265 MOTORCYCLES
760-873-6984
ELM TREE TRAILER PARK
Large and small trailers with patios &
storage units starting at $475/mo.
Judy 760-935-0088 or 760-914-2834
Fully furnished kitchen units. Pots,
pans, dishes. Free WiFi and cable.
Walk to town. $350 Weekly rate. Avail.
now. Call 760-872-8155
185 BUS. PROPERTY FOR RENT
CANOE - 3 BOATS IN ONE Wenonah
Itasca, 19 ft. double Kevlar, 12 ft.
removable pontoons attached!to gunwales. Very seaworthy in bigwater.
Tubes convert to one-man paddle craft.
Side transom, 3hp gas motor. Center
seat with rowing!rig. Dark green with
black trim. On lightweight trailer. Cost
$7,100 asking $3,200. 760-873-7387
678 W. ELM. Washer/dryer, stove,
fridge, swamp cooler, off street parking, great west Bishop neighborhood.
$1100/mo + dep. No pets.
563 N THIRD, Bishop. Large Duplex
2Bed/2 Bath, 2 car garage W/D hookups. Call Judy 760-935-0088 or
760-914-2834
5x10 - $50
10x15 - $95
Collins Rd., Bishop 760-872-2910
2 GARAGES FOR RENT: 1 Single car
garage with storage shelving $175/mo.
Great for a vehicle and stuff. Double
deep 2 car garage with huge storage
loft as well for $295 per month. Both on
year leases. Call John 805-450-7978
or [email protected]
WINTER STEAL!
2013 YAMAHA TW200,only 268
miles, awesome motorcycle, new
cond. $3,200 OBO (KB Book average
retail value is $4,282). Please contact
Ed, Paula or Karen at High Sierra
Credit Union, or stop by to view it and
submit your bid. Mon. - Fri. from
12:00 to 6:00pm. We are located at
136 W. Line St, Bishop Ca 93514.
760-873-6190
YAMAHA V STAR 1100 Classic.
2006. 40K friendly miles. Clean,
dealer serviced, stored indoors, lots
of
extras.
$4,500.
CALL
760-920-7093
285 4X4
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contractor's license number. Section 7027.2 says that unlicensed persons whose work qualifies under the minor work exemption, less
than $500 including material and labor, may advertise, provided that he or she shall state in the advertisement that they are not licensed.
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graphic
design
monies paid to the Trustee, and the
successful bidder shall have no further recourse.The beneficiary under
said Deed of Trust heretofore executed
and delivered to the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Demand
for Sale, and a written Notice of Default
and Election to Sell. The undersigned
320 PUBLIC NOTICES
caused said Notice of Default and Election to Sell to be recorded in the county
where the real property is located.
NOTICE TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS: If
you are considering bidding on this
property lien, you should understand
that there are risks involved in bidding
at a trustee auction. You will be bidding
on a lien, not on the property itself.
Placing the highest bid at a trustee auction does not automatically entitle you
to free and clear ownership of the property. You should also be aware that the
lien being auctioned off may be a junior
lien. If you are the highest bidder at the
auction, you are or may be responsible
for paying off all liens senior to the lien
being auctioned off, before you can receive clear title to the property. You are
encouraged to investigate the existence, priority, and size of outstanding
liens that may exist on this property by
contacting the county recorder's office
or a title insurance company, either of
which may charge you a fee for this information. If you consult either of these
resources, you should be aware that
the same lender may hold more than
one mortgage or deed of trust on the
property. NOTICE TO PROPERTY
OWNER: The sale date shown on this
notice of sale may be postponed one or
more times by the mortgagee, beneficiary, trustee, or a court, pursuant to Section 2924g of the California Civil Code.
The law requires that information about
trustee sale postponements be made
available to you and to the public, as a
courtesy to those not present at the
sale. If you wish to learn whether your
sale date has been postponed, and, if
applicable, the rescheduled time and
date for the sale of this property, you
may call (714) 573-1965 or visit this
Internet Web site WWW.PRIORITYPOSTING.COM , using the file number
assigned to this case 017202-CA. Information about postponements that are
very short in duration or that occur
close in time to the scheduled sale may
not immediately be reflected in the telephone information or on the Internet
Web site. The best way to verify postponement information is to attend the
scheduled sale. FOR SALES INFORMATION: (714) 573-1965
(IR 11/29, 12/06, 12/13/14, #11402)
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS
NAME STATEMENT
THE FOLLOWING PERSON
IS DOING BUSINESS AS:
LONE PINE BARBER SHOP
104-B N. Main St.
Lone Pine, CA 93545
PARISH F. WRIGHT
KRISTIANA H. WRIGHT
792 Zucco Rd.
Lone Pine, CA 93545
This Business is conducted by: A
MARRIED COUPLE. 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 NOV. 17,
2014. File #14-00151
(IR 11/22, 11/29, 12/6, 12/13/14,
#11455)
The Inyo Register
320 PUBLIC NOTICES
REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS
Energy Conservation Performance
Contracting Program
For Proposition 39
California Clean Energy Jobs Act
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the Bishop Unified School District
is issuing this Request for Statements of Qualifications (RFQ). The
District seeks statements of qualifications from interested, independent, established and experienced
Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) or other qualified firms having specific qualifications and experience in utilities analysis and
providing comprehensive energy
management and energy-related
capital improvement services to be
received no later than 10:00 a.m.
on Monday, December 15, 2014.
The District intends to engage an
ESCO or other qualified firm having specific qualifications and experience in utilities analysis and
providing comprehensive energy
management and energy-related
capital improvement services to facilitate the development of costeffective energy projects for the
District's facilities. Qualified firms
shall be free from conflicts of interest arising from financial relationships with potential suppliers, constructors, financiers, or owners of
related projects or products.
This Request for Qualifications,
(RFQ) is issued in accordance
with California Government Code
4217.10 et. seq. which provides a
process whereby school district,
and other public agencies may enter into energy services contracts
of this nature. A complete set of
the Request for Statements of
Qualifications Energy Conservation Performance Contracting Program
For Proposition 39 California
Clean Energy Jobs Act may be obtained from the Bishop Unified
School District office at 656 W.
Pine Street, Bishop, CA 93514 (P)
760-872-3680. Bishop Unified
School District reserves the right
to reject any or all submissions
and to waive informalities and minor irregularities in submissions
received and to accept any submissions if deemed in the best interest of Bishop Unified School
District to do so. All projects will
be subject to prevailing wage as
applicable under Section 1773 of
the California Labor Code.
(IR 11/29, 12/2, 12/4/14, #11461)
1989 GMC JIMMY 4X4
320 PUBLIC NOTICES
Full size, injected 350, must see to
appreciate owner!s exceptional care.
158,00 gentle miles. Always garaged.
New A/C. In good working order and
condition. $8,000 or best offer. Call
Bob:
BISHOP PAIUTE TRIBE
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES
RENOVATION, ADDITION, AND PAVING OF PARKING LOT
TO THE BISHOP INDIAN EDUCATION CENTER (BIEC)
760-873-3118
320 PUBLIC NOTICES
APN: 018-330-18
T.S. No. 017202-CA
NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO PROPERTY
OWNER:
YOU ARE IN DEFAULT UNDER A
DEED OF TRUST, DATED 8/3/2006.
UNLESS YOU TAKE ACTION TO
PROTECT YOUR PROPERTY, IT MAY
BE SOLD AT A PUBLIC SALE. IF YOU
NEED AN EXPLANATION OF THE NATURE OF THE PROCEEDING
AGAINST YOU, YOU SHOULD CONTACT A LAWYEROn 12/22/2014 at
2:00 PM, CLEAR RECON CORP., as
duly appointed trustee under and pursuant to Deed of Trust recorded
8/11/2006, as Instrument No.
2006-0003167, of Official Records in
the office of the County Recorder of
Inyo County, State of CALIFORNIA
executed by: PAUL M. PAPPAS AND
APRIL D. PAPPAS, HUSBAND AND
WIFE AS JOINT TENANTSWILL SELL
AT PUBLIC AUCTION TO HIGHEST
BIDDER FOR CASH, CASHIER'S
CHECK DRAWN ON A STATE OR NATIONAL BANK, A CHECK DRAWN BY
A STATE OR FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, OR A CHECK DRAWN BY A
STATE OR FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
LOAN ASSOCIATION, SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, OR SAVINGS BANK
SPECIFIED IN SECTION 5102 OF
THE FINANCIAL CODE AND
AUTHORIZED TO DO BUSINESS IN
THIS STATE:In the upstairs lobby of
Inyo-Mono Title Company, 873 N.
Main Street, Bishop, CA 93514 all
right, title and interest conveyed to and
now held by it under said Deed of Trust
in the property situated in said County
and State described as: The land referred to in this Report is situated in
the City of Big Pine, County of Inyo,
State of California, and is described
as follows:
Lot 69 of Tract No. 142, in the County
of Inyo, State of California, as per
map recorded in Book SD Page 37 of
Maps, in the Office of the County Recorder of said County. The street address and other common designation, if
any, of the real property described
above is purported to be: 69 OLIVIA
LANE, BIG PINE, CA 93513 The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability
for any incorrectness of the street address and other common designation, if
any, shown herein. Said sale will be
held, but without covenant or warranty,
express or implied, regarding title, possession, condition, or encumbrances,
including fees, charges and expenses
of the Trustee and of the trusts created
by said Deed of Trust, to pay the remaining principal sums of the note(s)
secured by said Deed of Trust. The total amount of the unpaid balance of the
obligation secured by the property to be
sold and reasonable estimated costs,
expenses and advances at the time of
the initial publication of the Notice of
Sale is: $243,297.72 If the Trustee is
unable to convey title for any reason,
the successful bidder's sole and exclusive remedy shall be the return of
monies paid to the Trustee, and the
successful bidder shall have no further recourse.The beneficiary under
said Deed of Trust heretofore executed
and delivered to the undersigned a written Declaration of Default and Demand
for Sale, and a written Notice of Default
and Election to Sell. The undersigned
caused said Notice of Default and Election to Sell to be recorded in the county
where the real property is located.
NOTICE TO POTENTIAL BIDDERS: If
The Bishop Paiute Tribe is soliciting proposals from qualified architectural firms to
provide design, construction drawings, detailed specifications, and cost estimates
for the addition, renovation, and paving portions of improvements to the BIEC.
Services will include solicitation documents necessary for the bid packets, such as
specifications and material submittal lists. Proposals will also include minimal
oversight to ensure the design intent is met during the construction process.
The Tribe has received an Indian Community Development Block Grant (ICDBG)
from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to renovate and
expand the Bishop Indian Education Center (BIEC). The BIEC is defined neither
as a public nor a private school but as a California American Indian education
center, regulated by the California Education Code Section 33380-33385. The
project is located on the Bishop Paiute Reservation in the Owens Valley of Inyo
County, California, in the region known as the Eastern Sierra. The BIEC is located at 396 North Barlow Lane, Bishop California.
The major focus for services under this proposal is:
1)
Plans for construction of a10-room, 40-person capacity, 3,116
square-foot addition to the permanent building compliant with the Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA) and featuring R-35 spray foam insulation, dual glaze windows, energy efficient blinds, architect grade roofing and acoustic A-fire rated ceiling tiles;
2)
Plans for paving approximately 15,000 square foot of dirt surfaced
parking northwest of the existing center for a park and ride/parking lot compliant
with ADA requirements and with an improved emergency service access;
3)
Plans for removal of original paving and repave approximately 6,500
square foot of the existing paved parking lot compliant with ADA requirements.
To request RFP packet please contact Charles England, Director, CDD, Office
phone (760) 872-4356 or e-mail [email protected] , and you may
contact Darrell Duckey, Program Specialist, CDD at (760) 872-4356 or e-mail at
[email protected]
A pre-proposal meeting and site visit will be conducted on November 19, 2014
8:30 a.m. at the Bishop Paiute Tribe, Community Development Department
(CDD), 270 See Vee Lane Suite 5, Bishop, California 93514.
This request is not restricted to Indian Organizations or Indian-Owned Economic
Enterprises; however, the award will in accordance with 24 CFR 85.36 &
1003.510, of the Indian Civil Rights Act (Title II of the Civil Rights Act of 1968) and
the Bishop Paiute Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance (TERO), which provide a
10% preference for Indian Organizations or Enterprises. To qualify for the preference, proof must be submitted with the bid packet. In addition, this request is open
to response from other minorities and women-owned business enterprise is accordance with Executive Order 11248 of September 24, 1965 as amended by requirements for compliance with the Age Discrimination Act of 1975 (42 U.S.C.
6101-6107) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. 794).
A 6% Tribal Sales Tax is applicable on all materials and equipment delivered and
installed on the Bishop Paiute Reservation. A bid accepted by the Bishop Paiute
Tribe through the Community Development Department (CDD) shall not include
any State of California Sales/Use Tax. The Bishop Paiute Tribe as a federally recognized Tribe is exempt from state taxation. As such, a contractor must comply
with State of California tax laws in order not be responsible for Sales/Use Taxes
for materials, equipment, fixtures and other personal property incorporated in the
subject which is the subject matter of the contract. It is suggested that contractors,
in order to accomplish a tax exempt transaction, obtain a State Resale Permit. As
such, contractor will be the retailer who sells personal property to the Tribe, with
the title passing on the Bishop Paiute Reservation. The Tribe, through the CDD
will provide the successful contractor with a certificate of tax exemption for purposes of the California State Board of Equalization.
The Bishop Paiute Tribe's Employment Rights Ordinance (TERO) will apply to all
contracts with an administrative fee of 4.0% applicable to any contract exceeding
$1,000.00. The selected contractor will be required to execute a TERO Compliance Agreement and adhere to Indian preference in hiring. For more information
regarding the TERO requirements you may contact Tracy Blue, TERO Office at
(760) 873-7893.
Contractors are also advised of the compliance with the requirements for testing
pursuant to the Tribal Drug, Alcohol, and Contraband-Free Workplace Policy.
Attention is directed to the requirements for compliance with the Tribal Prevailing
Wage Ordinance (T2001-02 Amendments #3), pursuant to Title 25 U.S.C. 4114
(b) Section 104 (b).
The contract, if awarded, will be awarded to the lowest responsive responsible
bidder and the owner reserves the right to reject any and all bids. A responsive
bid package must include the Bid Form, Notarized Non-Collusive Affidavit,
Certification and Representation, a copy of the appropriate Contracts License and proof of Indian Preference (if applicable). The selected contractor
will be required to provide proof of liability, workers compensation and vehicle insurance prior to contract excecution.
Interested firms will submit proposals no later than December 10, 2014, at 2:00
p.m. local time at the CDD Office, post-marked mailed proposals will be accepted,
but facsimile and emailed proposals will not be accepted. One original proposal
and two copies are to be made to the attention of Charles England, Director,
Bishop Paiute Tribe, Community Development Department, 270 See Vee
Lane Suite 5, Bishop, California 93514.
(IR 11/8, 11/11, 11/18, 11/29, #11438)
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