What you may have missed this week

Local resident Barbara Chinn, who graduated from Bishop Union High School and UCLA before joining the WAVES during World War II, has been selected as the Daughters of the American Revolution, Palisade Glacier Chapter’s Woman of the Year. Photo courtesy Daughters of the American Revolution
Staff Writer

TUESDAY, March 31:
• Three businesses on Main Street in the City of Bishop – a brewery, jewelry store and retail shop – have been awarded funding with which to spruce up their store fronts and otherwise complete cosmetic improvements.
• Multi-agency effort working to create new herds of endangered Sierra Nevada Bighorn Sheep in Yosemite and Sequoia.
• Sage Restaurant is the newest member of the Bishop Area Chamber of Commerce.
• Bishop Broncos varsity and JV teams went on the road for games against rival Kern Valley with mixed results.

THURSDAY, April 2:
• Bishop resident Barbara Chinn named Woman of the Year by Palisade Glacier Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
• Recent study suggests that high cost of California State fishing licenses could be detrimental to fishing industry.
• Local 4-H clubs report a successful Spring Field Day.
• Tips and hints for spring bass fishing in the Owens Valley

SATURDAY, April 4:
• Governor Jerry Brown introduces unprecedented water restrictions in response to four-year drought.
• Alabama Hills Stewardship Group gearing up for annual Alabama Hills Day.
• Eastern Sierra History: The life and legend of Death Valley Scotty.
• Reigning Miss High School California Rodeo Queen Rachael Asbell drops in to Bishop.

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