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Tri-County Fair: Concert Austin Webb

When: TONIGHT Thurs., Sept. 3 (6pm)
Where:
Tri-County Fairgrounds
Click here for the official Tri-County Fair Website.

OVGC: Farmers Market in Independence

The next Owens Valley Certified Farmers Market will take place on Halloween at the Owens Valley Growers Cooperative in Independence between 5 and 7 pm, on the corner of Edwards St. (Route 395) and Kearsarge.

This week’s market will feature seasonal fruits and vegtables, eggs, herbs, local arts and crafts, and baked goods. WIC accepted. 

When: Fri., Sept. 4 (5-7 pm)
Where: Mairs Market parking lot, Independence-corner of Edwards St. (Rte. 395) and Kearsarge
Questions: 760-915-0185

 

 

 

City of Bishop: Men's Division Softball Champions - West Bishop


The City of Bishop Community Service would like to congratulate the 2015 Men’s division softball champions West Bishop.

They had a season record of 9-1 beating the second place team Old Balls in a double elimination double header.

West Bishop
(from left to right) Eric Waterson, Jalen Waterson, Kenny Chandler, Che’ Lewis, CJ Barlow, Mitch David, Richard Dondero. Bottom row Brad Weaver, Dean, and Danyel Dondero. Not pictured Earl Lent III, Jared Hess, Doug Waterson III.

Walking Water: The Journey Begins!

Walking Water is under way! Below you will find updates from the walk as the pilgrims make their journey from Mono Lake to Owens Lake, covering a distance of approximately 180 miles.
You can also follow the walk on Facebook.

Walking Water begins it's journey: http://walking-water.org/walking-water-begins-its-journey/

Upcoming Events:

 

NIH: Patient Portal sign-i[s available at the Tri-County Fair

NIH Patient Portal sign-ups available at 2015 Tri-County Fair

If you are looking for a convenient way to access your personal health record, Northern Inyo Hospital has the answer.

Volunteers from the hospital’s staff will help people sign up for the hospital’s new online Patient Portal program during the Tri-County Fair, Sept. 3-6. The volunteers will be located on the south side of The Charles Brown Auditorium.

Anyone who has spent the night in the hospital or who is a patient of The Rural Health Clinic, or the orthopedic, women’s and pediatric clinics may sign up for the Patient Portal. Once signed up, patients have an easy and convenient way to view test results, and clinic patients can request appointments and communicate with their health care team via secured messages.

The portal’s biggest benefit is that it gives participants the ability to view portions of their records online for free. They may also print copies of their records at home at no charge. This reduces the need for most trips to the hospital’s Medical Records department where people are charged for personal copies of their records.

“Plus this gives them access to their records after hours, and on weekends and holidays,” explains Cyndee Kiddoo, Health Information Management Services (HIMS) manager.

Hospital Administrator Victoria Alexander-Lane said the Patient Portal technology is the wave of the future. “The portal technology allows our patients to take steps to manage their own care,” Alexander-Lane said. “Going forward we’re going to see more and more mobile health tools that emphasize wellness and really insert health care into people’s lives.” To sign-up, participants must have an active email address.

The sign-up process will be kept short during the Fair. Hospital volunteers will ask participants to fill out a brief sheet of information. Within a week, participants will receive an email with a personal invitation to the Patient Portal’s secure sign-up area.

Anyone having trouble signing in may contact Cyndee Kiddoo for assistance at (760) 872-2152, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, or after hours by email at Cyndee.Kiddoo@NIH.org.

In addition to the Patient Portal information, the NIH fair booth will have information on the hospital’s reduced cost services and new healthcare providers including Drs. Marty Kim, Louisa Salisbury and Allison Robinson.

Northern Inyo Hospital is a 25-bed, not-for-profit Critical Access Hospital located in Bishop. Accredited by The Joint Commission, NIH has been providing health care to the Eastern Sierra since 1946.

Fundraiser: Pabanamanina Pow-wow Indian Taco Sale! YUM!


Click here for the Pabanamanina Powwow Event Page on facebook.

Tri-County Fair: TEEN Thursday Admission Special

The Eastern Sierra Tri-County Fair is offering a new admission deal to area teens. On Thursday, September 3 any teen that shows a school ID from any school in Inyo, Mono or Alpine County will get free fair admission. “We wanted to offer something for the students that have “outgrown” Kid’s Day. They simply have to show their student ID card at the gate for free admission,” explained fair CEO Sally Symons.

It should be noted that the special is for fair admission only on Thursday, Sept. 3 and does not include the concert or wristbands.

"TEEN Thursday" Admission Special
When: Thur., Aug. 27  (4-11pm)
What:
FREE Admission with School ID (Inyo, Mono, or Alpine County)

BUHS: Class Reunion 1985


Bishop Union High School Class of 1985 reunion is this coming weekend!

All classmates & friends are invited to meet at the East Beer Booth
When: Fri., Sept. 4 (6:3pm)
Where:
East Beer Booth, Tri-County Fair

Then on Saturday, the group will gather at Bishop Country Club Golf Course.  There will be a DJ spinning 80's classics, great food, and fun.
When: Sat., Sept. 5
Where: Bishop Country Club
Cost: $20

RSVP/Questions:

  • Tawni Thompson (760) 937-1772
  • Beth Quinney (801) 589-3222

Facebook: BUHS Class of 1985