Dennis Mattinson's Weather Forecast
Dennis Mattinson Dennis Mattinson 2 hours ago

FORECAST: Owens Valley / Mammoth Lakes / Mono County  BY: Dennis Mattinson, Weather and Atmospheric Forecaster FOR: SierraWave Media: East… Read More

 
MLPD conducts death investigation
News Staff News Staff 12 hours ago

  DECEASED MAN FOUND BEHIND MAMMOTH LAKES RESIDENCE (MLPD press release) On Monday, September 1, 2014 at approximately 6:10 a.m., M… Read More

 
No layoffs in Inyo budget
Benett Kessler Benett Kessler 1 day ago

The threat of layoffs has lingered over Inyo County government for several months as the County Administrator warned of a $2 million shortfa… Read More

 
Labraque plea agreement goes to court
Benett Kessler Benett Kessler 1 day ago

Former Northern Inyo Hospital employee, Cherie Labraque, was scheduled for court Wednesday with a possible plea agreement on charges of acce… Read More

 
Inyo-Mono water conservation rules
Benett Kessler Benett Kessler 3 days ago

The severe drought in California prompted the State to set down water conservation rules and to require county and city jurisdictions to… Read More

 


Dennis Mattinson’s Weather Forecast

FORECAST: Owens Valley / Mammoth Lakes / Mono County  BY: Dennis Mattinson, Weather and Atmospheric Forecaster FOR: SierraWave Media: Eastern Sierra News / TV- 3 / www.395travel.com   TUE  SEPT 02 2014 Whoa! September already. Some haze developed yesterday from wildfires burning in Northern California and Southern Oregon. For today, ridging will allow temps to stabilize at a […]

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MLPD conducts death investigation

  DECEASED MAN FOUND BEHIND MAMMOTH LAKES RESIDENCE (MLPD press release) On Monday, September 1, 2014 at approximately 6:10 a.m., Mammoth Lakes Police Officers were called in from home to respond to a partially clothed, unresponsive individual behind a residence at Pinecrest Ave in Mammoth Lakes.  Upon arrival, officers found a white male, about 30 […]

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No layoffs in Inyo budget

The threat of layoffs has lingered over Inyo County government for several months as the County Administrator warned of a $2 million shortfall. Department heads searched for ways to save money. The CAO recommended budget goes to the Supervisors in budget hearings Wednesday starting at 9am in the boardroom. The CAO’s budget does not include […]

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Labraque plea agreement goes to court

Former Northern Inyo Hospital employee, Cherie Labraque, was scheduled for court Wednesday with a possible plea agreement on charges of accessing confidential medical records without permission. In January, District Attorney Tom Hardy filed a complaint naming 32 instances of violation of the State Penal Code. The complaint said Cherie Labraque of Bishop, who was then […]

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Inyo-Mono water conservation rules

The severe drought in California prompted the State to set down water conservation rules and to require county and city jurisdictions to adopt their own plans. Mammoth Community Water District continues to ask customers to conform to Revised Level 1 Water Restrictions. These rules say even numbered addresses should irrigate on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. […]

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Truck hits phone line

(CHP Press Release) On Thursday, August 28, 2014, at approximately 6:45 P.M, a 2009, Kenworth truck, with flatbed trailer combination, was traveling southbound on US Hwy 395, south of Bridgeport near Jack Sawyer Road, when it struck a low hanging telephone wire that crosses the highway.  This resulted in a brief loss in power to the […]

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Early draining of Tioga Lake

Tioga Lake to be Drained Early for Necessary Maintenance Southern California Edison (SCE) and the Inyo National Forest announce that Tioga Lake, located in upper Lee Vining Canyon, will be drained one month earlier this year to allow placement of a geomembrane liner on both the main and auxiliary dams. This liner helps prevent current […]

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Inyo SAR helps two hikers

  (Press Release – ICSO) Yesterday was a busy day for Inyo County Search and Rescue members.  The Inyo County Sheriff’s Dispatch received two calls for assistance the evening of August 27th – both at approximately 7:30pm.  One call was in reference to a 55-year old female, Sandra Corso, from Santa Fe, New Mexico who […]

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Basket weaving

  Museum Hosts Big Pine Paiute Tribe’s Basket Weaving Class The public is invited to watch members of the Big Pine Paiute Tribe’s Indian Education Center’s Basket Weaving Class practice their skills at the Eastern California Museum on Saturday August 30 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Many of the class members are learning basket […]

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Mammoth recreation news

Open this week’s edition of Town e-News: (Click on link) In Town News…The Town will be actively communicating proper cycling etiquette and the rules of the road to both motorists and cyclists when the new “Three Feet for Safety Act” goes into effect September 16, 2014.  Get all the details: click here! Around Town…Start Labor Day Weekend with […]

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Public service ahead

Inyo County residents have a chance to enter public service. One vacancy each exists on the Inyo Water Commission and Planning Commission. The Water Commission duty is to watch over the Long Term Water Agreement requirements and to advise the Board of Supervisors. A vacancy exists on that body due to the resignation of member […]

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Local teen helps police in possible Colorado school shooting

(PRESS RELEASE – BISHOP POLICE) Local Youth Helps Bishop Police Foil Possible School Shooting On the afternoon of August 27, 2014, a 14  year old male resident of Bishop contacted the Police Department regarding information he had received about a possible planned school shooting. The young man was playing an on-line game through his X-Box. […]

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