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Broncos vs. Spirits at Bishop, Football 2014

Bishop vs. Paraclete Varsity Football

 

Bishop vs. Paraclete JV Football

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Photos by Gary Young.
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Broncos JV Football vs. Rosamond at Bishop, 2014

Broncos JV Football, 2014

Game: Bishop vs. Rosamond at Bishop

 

Photos by Gary Young.

Bishop / Eastern Sierra / BUHS / Bronco Sports / Bishop Bronco JV Football Team/ JV Bishop Broncos / Rosamond
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Bishop vs. Rosamond, Varsity Football 2014

Broncos Varsity Football, 2014

Game: Bishop vs. Rosamond at Bishop

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Bishop / Bishop Broncos / BUHS Varsity Bronco Football / Eastern Sierra / Bronco Sports / Rosamond
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Another Win For Girls’ Varsity Volleyball

Bishop vs. Cal City

October 7, 2014

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Photos by Gary Young.
 
Bishop / Bronco Sports / Bishop Broncos / Eastern Sierra / Bronco Girls’ Volleyball / BUHS Girls’ Varsity Volleyball Team

NEW This November, Bonefide Dog Training Outdoors

BONEFIDE DOG TRAINING HAS NEW OUTDOOR OFFICE

Bishop, CA—Starting November 1, 2014 Bonefide Dog Training will be closing its doors at 162 West Line Street in Bishop, and instead will be offering classes in various outdoor locations throughout Bishop and Mammoth.

“This is a great opportunity to go back to our roots and take classes outdoors, which is where we started the business.” explains Nancy Hardy, Owner and Trainer at Bonefide Dog Training. “Outdoor classes allow us to focus more energy on training, which is the heart and soul of our business.”

New locations for classes will be posted on the Class Schedule Calendar on Bonefide Dog Training’s web site, www.bonefidedogtraining.com as well as on their Facebook page.

Starting November 8th , Nancy will be offering two classes; Bonefide Basic Class which is a beginning dog training class for dogs 6 months and older who have had no prior training. This basic training class will run from 11am -12pm every Saturday for 6 weeks. And the Puppy Kindergarten is a class for puppies 10 to 17 weeks. This class will run from 1:30pm-2:30pm every Saturday for 6 weeks.

Nancy Hardy has been successfully training dogs for seven years and as a graduate of Animal Behavior College (ABC) has earned her certification as an ABC Certified Dog Trainer. ABC is approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education and is an internationally recognized school.

For the past seven years, over 300 local canines have become better family members through Bonefide Dog Training. Raven Angeles confirms, “These classes are helpful should either you or your dog need a refresher on any topic or just want to extend class socialization.  It’s not always work, Nancy teaches educational, thinking and exercise games to keep your dog happy and healthy.”

For more information or to register your dog in a class, please call Nancy at 760-920-0006.

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Bishop / Mammoth Lakes / Bonefide Dog Training / Outdoors / Dogs / Pet Owners / ABC Certified Dog Trainer / Eastern Sierra

Fourth Annual Shop-with-a-Cop, December 13th

DONATIONS SOUGHT FOR SHOP-WITH-A-COP

Members of the Mammoth Lakes Police Department, Mono County Sheriff’s Office, Bishop Police Department, and Inyo County Sheriff’s Office and other criminal justice agencies are busy planning the fourth annual Shop-with-a-Cop, scheduled for Saturday, December 13.  This is a special day where local law enforcement helps families in the Eastern Sierra have a nice Christmas.  Children from disadvantaged families are identified by the various departments.  On Saturday morning, the children are picked up at their homes by the police officer “partner” and taken to breakfast.

After breakfast, they respond code three (red lights and siren) from breakfast to K-Mart in Bishop where they are each provided with $200 to shop for Christmas for their families.  After shopping, volunteers wrap the gifts and the officers and their new partner travel home where an early Christmas celebration begins.

K-Mart has been very generous in providing additional gift cards and all the wrapping materials.

The goal is to provide Christmas for 50 families in the Eastern Sierra.  That means $10,000 must be raised.  Various organizations and individuals have provided funds, more are needed.  Anyone interested in making a donation may drop it off at either the Mammoth Lakes Police Department or Bishop Police Department.  Checks should be made to MLPOA with “Shop-with-a-Cop” written in the “For” line.

And, if anyone is having a difficult time getting into the spirit of the holidays, drop by K-Mart around ten in the morning on December 13 and volunteer to wrap gifts.  It’s guaranteed you’ll leave feeling much better about yourself!

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Inyo County / Mono County / Eastern Sierra / Christmas / Volunteers / Donations / Bishop Police Department / Mammoth Lakes Police Department

Eastern Sierra Bowmen Turkey Shoot at Millpond

Win a Turkey at the ESB Turkey Shoot

The Eastern Sierra Bowmen’s next shoot will be Saturday, November 15th at the Millpond Recreational Area Archery Range.

There will be turkeys awarded as prizes for both the regular shoot and the novelty shoots. Families and kids are encouraged to head out and win a turkey.

There will be a limited number of youth bows made available to loan. This is a family event, and the Eastern Sierra Bowmen hope to see you there.

Eastern Sierra Bowmen Turkey Shoot

Eastern Sierra Bowmen Turkey Shoot

Signups start at 9:00 AM.

If you can help us with setup, just arrive early.

Eastern Sierra Bowmen Turkey Shoot

 

Eastern Sierra Bowmen Turkey Shoot

Try their newest targets!

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South County Search & Rescue Command Center Dedication

Dedication Ceremony, Lone Pine

On Saturday October 18th the South County Search and Rescue (SAR) Command Center, located at the Lone Pine Airport, was officially unveiled and dedicated to soon-to-be-retired Undersheriff, and longtime SAR Commander, Keith Hardcastle.

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Dedication Ceremony

The building once served as a Forest Service helicopter base center. When the Forest Service transferred their operations to the Independence airport, the building was used mainly as storage.  About six months ago the Inyo County Sheriff’s Office acquired the badly damaged building, and with the help from inmate labor and volunteer SAR members transformed the dilapidated building into a functional command center for south-county SAR operations.

Undersheriff Keith Hardcastle began his career in 1985 as an Inyo County Sheriff’s Deputy; he has been a SAR Coordinator since 1994.  “When I began as a Coordinator for SAR it was a different era – there were no cell phones, no on-the-fly mapping technology; map and compass was how we got the job done,” said Hardcastle.

Sheriff Lutze went on to say that, “Undersheriff Hardcastle has been involved in countless SAR missions and his scope and depth of knowledge in local terrain has saved many lives.  His legacy when he retires on December 30th will be leaving behind a highly trained and dedicated SAR team made up of volunteers and Sheriff’s Deputies who are both hardworking and knowledgeable. Undersheriff Hardcastle has been instrumental in training new coordinators and the Search and Rescue team will be in excellent hands with Deputy Nate Derr and Deputy Brian Hohenstein.”

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Eastern Sierra / Inyo County / South County Search & Rescue / Lone Pine Airport / SAR Command Center / Lone Pine / Dedication Ceremony

 

BUHS Juniors vs. Seniors Powder Puff Football Game, 10/20/2014. Photo by Steve Dutcher.

NOTHING SAYS HOMECOMING LIKE BOYS IN SKIRTS AND GIRLS RUNNING PLAYS

Powder Puff Football Kicks Off BUHS Homecoming Week

BUHS Juniors vs. Seniors Powder Puff Football Game, 10/20/2014. Photo by Steve Dutcher.
BUHS Juniors vs. Seniors Powder Puff Football Game, 10/20/2014. Photo by Steve Dutcher.
Homecoming 2014 at Bishop Union High school kicked off in grand fashion Monday night with the traditional powder puff football game. The senior class held off a determined junior class for a 13-12 victory.
BUHS Juniors vs. Seniors Powder Puff Football Game, 10/20/2014. Photo by Steve Dutcher.
Boys Cheer Stunts at the Powder Puff Football Game, 10/20/2014. Photo by Steve Dutcher.
The Senior class was captained by Tessa Wright, Tamia Shoshone, Courtney Beaudean, and Miranda Barnes. The Junior captains include Jordan Boxley, Ciena Martinez, Kristy Dohnel, and Selena Duenas.
BUHS Juniors vs. Seniors Powder Puff Football Game, 10/20/2014. Photo by Steve Dutcher.
BUHS Juniors vs. Seniors Powder Puff Football Game, 10/20/2014. Photo by Steve Dutcher.
The Seniors scored first on a 10-yard touchdown run by quarterback Tamia Shoshone. Brenda Gonzalez would connect on the point after putting the seniors on top 7-0. The Juniors countered with a pair of touchdown runs by Selena Duenas and Maria Jimenez. Both Junior conversions where no good, putting the Juniors up 12-7. The seniors would take the lead back on a 30-yard touchdown run by Tanaya Morelock. The speedy senior sprinted into the endzone giving the Seniors the lead for good.
Defensive standouts for the Seniors included Tessa Wright (interception), Kayla Interbeiten, Tamia Shoshone, Gabby Morales and Miranda Barnes (interception). The junior defense was led by Ritz Garcia, Katrina Biehl (interception) Jordan Boxley, Kristy Dohnel, Selena Duenas, Maria Jimenez and Audrey Bear who recorded back to back sacks giving the Junior one last possession, however the Seniors would hold on for the win.
BUHS Juniors vs. Seniors Powder Puff Football Game, 10/20/2014. Photo by Steve Dutcher.
BUHS Juniors vs. Seniors Powder Puff Football Game, 10/20/2014. Photo by Steve Dutcher.
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Homecoming Week & Bronco Blue at BUHS

Bishop Broncos Kick Off Homecoming Week with Powder Puff Game, Look Ahead to Parade & Big Game

Bishop Union High School is having their 2nd annual homecoming parade this Thursday evening at 530pm.
The parade travels from the high school field down Home Street.  It will turn right on Sierra street and terminate at the Tri-County Fairgrounds at about 6pm.
Please come out and see this year’s floats and royalty.  There will be a bonfire, music, and food vendors at the fairground from dusk until about 9pm, so bring your appetite too.
The Bishop Broncos will be having their homecoming football game versus Cal City this Friday night at the Bronco Stadium.  Come out and cheer on the Broncos and see this year’s Homecoming Royalty and winning floats.

Homecoming Royalty Candidates

Freshmen Prince & Princess:  Jordan Kost & Jade Whiteside
Sophomore Prince & Princess:  Ryan Rennie & Carly Todd
Junior Prince & Princess:  Brian Lemus & Selena Duenas
Latino Prince & Princess:  Alex Gonzalez & Destiny Forehand
Native American Student Association Prince & Princess:  Thomas Montoya & Leticia Gonzales
Senior Princes:  Elijah Alexander, Will Hongphan, Desmond Frank, Quaid Stone, Ty Tucker
Senior Princesses:  Olivia Grah, Madison Keesler, Gabriella Morales, Carly Sample, Tessa Wright

Powder Puff Football Game – Juniors vs. Seniors

Tune into Arnie’s News on-air, today for the lead sports story covering last night’s Powder Puff game.

Homecoming Football Game

BRONCOS vs Califonia City
Friday
JV Game at 4:00
Pre-game festivities & parade
Varsity Game at 7:00
Half-time field show and Crowning of King & Queen
BUHS will be selling game tickets in the main office WednesdayThursday and Friday.  Wednesday andThursday from 8am to 4pm.  Friday from 8am to 1pm.  Don’t stand in line to get into the big game, buy your tickets early.

Spirit Days:

Monday, October 20:  Jersey Day
Tuesday, October 21:  Twin Day
Wednesday, October 22:  America Day
Thursday, October 23:  Pajama Day
Friday, October 24:  Bronco Blue Day
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