Archive - Sep 14, 2010 - News Article
Next weekend's Millpond Music Festival in Bishop is offering free admission after 4 p.m. Sunday, an event official said today.
Lynn Cooper, Executive Director of the Inyo Council for the Arts, said the free admission is funded WESTAF and the California Arts Council/DOJ fund.
"We understand that these are tough economic times for many people, and we're very happy to be able to offer a few hours of high-quality, free entertainment for area families," Cooper said.
He's a self-described "people person" kind of guy, a 59-year fan of big-game hunting and little bit of golf. He's a collector of police helmets and has has two English bobby hats in his office, alongside a fur-lined Russian police hat.
Meet Mammoth Police Chief Dan Watson in this week's Mammoth Times. â€“ GS
A 68-year-old bike racer was seriously injured Sunday morning at about 8:40 after he hit a piece of wood on the road, sending his bike into a â€śhigh speed wobbleâ€ť for about 130 feet. The rider was ejected over the handlebars of his bike and landed in the number two eastbound lane, sustaining major injuries, according to the Bridgeport California Highway Patrol. The rider was headed east on the right side of the road, traveling with another rider, when the accident occurred. He was traveling at a rate of about 30 m.p.h, according to the CHP.