DWP and Inyo talk power, solar and public opinion
Benett Kessler Benett Kessler 8 hours ago

At the Inyo Supervisors' meeting Tuesday, during a break in the intense talk over the Department of Water and Power's Solar Ranch plans sout… Read More

 
Pam Murphy will move on from MMSA
News Staff News Staff 8 hours ago

PAM MURPHY ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR FUTURE (Press Release) Mammoth Mountain Ski Area executive Pam Murphy shared with employees Tuesday th… Read More

 
Mammoth Town Council: pay raise, e-cigarettes, trolley to Lakes Basin
Benett Kessler Benett Kessler 9 hours ago

One more time, the Mammoth Town Council will vote on raising their pay from $300 per month to $735. Rick Wood and John Eastman object but th… Read More

 
Live radio Friday night on KSRW-FM
News Staff News Staff 14 hours ago

Sierra Wave Media Announces New Friday Night Radio Show Sierra Wave Media is proud to announce that The Drive on 92.5 will air on 92.… Read More

 
Dennis Mattinson's weather forecast
Dennis Mattinson Dennis Mattinson 20 hours ago

FORECAST: Owens Valley, Mammoth and Mono County  FROM: Dennis Mattinson, Weather and Atmospheric Forecaster www.395travel.com / SierraWave… Read More

 


DWP and Inyo talk power, solar and public opinion

At the Inyo Supervisors’ meeting Tuesday, during a break in the intense talk over the Department of Water and Power’s Solar Ranch plans south of Independence, Assistant Director of Power System Planning, Michael Webster made it clear that considering management, the Commission and the Mayor, there is clearly a chance that the project will not […]

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Pam Murphy will move on from MMSA

PAM MURPHY ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR FUTURE (Press Release) Mammoth Mountain Ski Area executive Pam Murphy shared with employees Tuesday that she is moving on from the company. “After 40 years with Mammoth Mountain I am moving on to spend more time enjoying life. To say I have loved my time here would be an understatement. […]

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Live radio Friday night on KSRW-FM

Sierra Wave Media Announces New Friday Night Radio Show Sierra Wave Media is proud to announce that The Drive on 92.5 will air on 92.5FM and 96.5FM during the Friday evening 6-9 p.m. time slot, beginning Friday April 18. Veteran disc jockey and local radio and television journalist Rob Gill, and his longtime friend and […]

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Dennis Mattinson’s weather forecast

FORECAST: Owens Valley, Mammoth and Mono County  FROM: Dennis Mattinson, Weather and Atmospheric Forecaster www.395travel.com / SierraWave Media: Eastern Sierra News TUE  APR 15 2014 A string of shortwaves moving into the PACNW thru end of week and the weekend, will bring a slight chance of showers over the Crest and some passing high clouds. Temps will […]

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Final court decision goes against Mono County, for Madrid

In a recently filed decision, Judge James Garbolino has upheld the Arbitrator’s 2013 decision to reinstate Mono County Deputy Jon Madrid and denied the County a delay in enforcement of that decision. The Judge also awarded Madrid costs and attorneys’ fees. He once more said that evidence showed Madrid was harassed and the victim of […]

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Soil contamination south of Mammoth

(Forest Service Press Release)  Elevated Levels of Metals found at the Mill City Stamp Mill Bishop, Calif., April 14, 2014 – Elevated levels of mercury, lead, and arsenic have been detected during preliminary sampling of soils and historic mill tailings at the Mill City Stamp Mill, south of Old Mammoth and east of Twin Lakes. In […]

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The season for hantavirus risks

(Press Release – Public Health Officer Dr. Rick Johnson) Although mice carry the hantavirus all year, this is the start of the season when humans typically begin activities that put them at risk of being exposed to the hantavirus. Spring cleaning activities, such as opening up closed buildings that have been unused overwinter, often provide […]

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Geothermal perspectives

The geothermal company in Mammoth Lakes, ORMAT, wants to expand its operations and drill up to 16 more geothermal wells. Mammoth Community Water District has appealed the EIR on that project and holds grave concerns about harmful impacts on Mammoth’s underground water supply. So, when an ORMAT representative spoke in public comment at Mammoth’s Planning […]

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Bishop City Council: online? Wye Rd., and finance software

With a growing use of the internet as a source of information, the Bishop City Council will consider Granicus, an online service that streams and archives public meetings. The Town of Mammoth Lakes uses it to make meetings of the Town Council, Planning and Economic Development Commission, Recreation Commission and other commissions available online. That […]

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