June Fire - 85% contained
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June Fire- 85% Contained The June Fire remains at 65 acres and is now 85% contained.  Last night the fire continued to smolder in areas o… Read More

 
Collision on 168
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Just before noon Friday, two vehicles collided at the intersection of State Route 168 and Otey Road in Bishop. One of the drivers was injure… Read More

 
Mono issues layoff notices
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Faced with a recommendation of 9 employee layoffs and other cost-cutting measures, the Mono Supervisors did vote to balance the County budge… Read More

 
June Fire human-caused
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June Fire Human-Caused Fire Investigators have determined that the June Fire was human-caused. An employee of June Mountain was opera… Read More

 
MLPD: car seat safety check
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CAR SEAT SAFETY CHECK The Mammoth Lakes Police Department, in conjunction with Safe Kids California Mono County Project, will be conducting… Read More

 


June Fire – 85% contained

June Fire- 85% Contained The June Fire remains at 65 acres and is now 85% contained.  Last night the fire continued to smolder in areas of heavy fuels on the ground. Firefighters continued to mop-up focusing on these key hot spots. Today, firefighters will be again be mopping up on several areas of the fire […]

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Collision on 168

Just before noon Friday, two vehicles collided at the intersection of State Route 168 and Otey Road in Bishop. One of the drivers was injured. According to the Highway Patrol, 18-year-old Amanda Barlese of Bishop was driving a pick-up truck west on 168. 67-year-old Richard Lewis of Westminster, California, was driving west behind her with […]

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Mono issues layoff notices

Faced with a recommendation of 9 employee layoffs and other cost-cutting measures, the Mono Supervisors did vote to balance the County budget and proceed with recommendations. County Administrator Jim Leddy and Finance Director Leslie Chapman had written a letter to the Board that laid out cuts that would lead to a balanced budget, including layoffs. […]

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June Fire human-caused

June Fire Human-Caused Fire Investigators have determined that the June Fire was human-caused. An employee of June Mountain was operating heavy equipment on June Mountain Ski Area when the fire ignited. Recent fires on both US Forest Service land and Bureau of Land Management, Bishop Field Office land have been human-caused. These fires have been […]

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MLPD: car seat safety check

CAR SEAT SAFETY CHECK The Mammoth Lakes Police Department, in conjunction with Safe Kids California Mono County Project, will be conducting a Car Seat Safety Check at the Police Station on Saturday, September 20, from10 a.m. until Noon.  The Police Station is located at 568 Old Mammoth Road. This will be an opportunity to have […]

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Inyo-Mono farmers markets

Farmers Market in Independence Friday! The next Owens Valley Certified Farmers Market will take place on Friday Sept. 19 at the Owens Valley Growers Cooperative in Independence between 4 and 7 pm, on the corner of Edwards St. (Route 395) and Kearsarge. This week’s market will feature tomatoes, melons, apples, pears, chard, summer squash, peppers, […]

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Alice and Q-Bert

PETS of the WEEK – September 18, 2014 SEPTEMBER is $10 Adopt-a-Pet Month at the Inyo County Animal Shelter (includes spay/neuter surgery and first shots). ALICE is a petite (about 40 lbs), 9-month old Black Lab mix. She’s a speedy pup and there might even be some Whippet in her family tree. Alice is a sweet, […]

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Friday update on June Fire

June Fire- Continued Progress Overnight The June Fire remains at 65 acres and is 65% contained.  Last night the fire continued to burn in heavy fuels on the ground. Firefighters were successful in cooling remaining hot spots along the fires edge while multiple crews continued to mop up again focusing on containment lines in and […]

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King Fire creates smoke pollution

Stage 1 Health Advisory Affected Community: All Eastern Sierra Communities Smoke Source: King Fire Based on air pollution levels at 7:00 AM on Friday September 19, 2017 a Stage 1 Air Pollution Health Advisory has been issued for all eastern Sierra communiities. Due to elevated particulate pollution levels, children, the elderly, people with heart or lung problems, or […]

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Dennis Mattinson’s Weather Forecast

FORECAST: Owens Valley / Mammoth / Mono County FROM: Dennis Mattinson, Weather and Atmospheric Forecaster FOR: www.395travel.com / Sierra Wave Media: Eastern Sierra News / TV – 3 FRIDAY SEPT 19 2014 Upper low pressure system continuing to push down the CA coast today and remains until Sunday. Noticeable cooling will come with this system, […]

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June Fire – 65% contained, evacuation orders lifted

Update:  June Fire- Continued Progress, Evacuation Orders lifted The June Fire is now 65 acres and 65% contained. Today, firefighters were successful in cooling hot spots along the fires edge while multiple crews continued to improve fireline on the southeast flank as well as continuing line construction to the north and western flanks, focusing on […]

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Vehicle theft arrest

On September 17th, at about 6:20AM, Inyo County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to the Coso Junction Chevron Station for a dispute between the store clerk and a male subject (later identified as Erik Nelson, a 38 year old man from Lake Havasu, AZ). Nelson left the store prior to the Deputies’ arrival. The responding Deputies […]

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