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Dennis Mattinson’s Weather Forecast

FORECAST: Owens Valley / Mammoth Lakes / Mono County  FROM: Dennis Mattinson, Weather and Atmospheric Forecaster FOR:  Sierra Wave Media: Eastern Sierra News / TV- 3 / www.395travel.com  WED  AUG 27 2014 Ridging should build and strengthen over California this week, producing dry weather and slightly above normal temperatures into Friday. A developing trough moving into the PACNW […]

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High Sierra Energy Foundation brings home a grant

  THE HIGH SIERRA ENERGY FOUNDATION RECEIVES ENERGY UPGRADE CALIFORNIA AMBASSADOR GRANT FOR EASTERN SIERRA. MAMMOTH LAKES, CA – The High Sierra Energy Foundation will be the Energy Upgrade California Ambassador for Inyo and Mono Counties, funded by a $60,000 grant administered by Energy Upgrade California under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.  […]

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Eastside Know-How: the sequel

  FREE Event EASTSIDE KNOW-HOW: The Sequel September 2, 16 & 30, 2014 6 PM(doors open at 5 PM) Jimmy’s Taverna, 2nd floor 248 Old Mammoth Road Mammoth Lakes, California 28 Eastern Sierra locals, famous for their creativity, ingenuity and resourcefulness share their “How to…” secrets in six power-packed minuteseach over three evenings, September 2, […]

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Brad

Eat pie for Brad

Eastern Sierra Tri-County Fair has selected Bradley Rottner-Hart to be the recipient of the proceeds from the Pie Contest during the Fair on Thursday, August 28th. Please come out and cheer on the contestants, eat some pie and support Brad’s Fight against Leukemia. The pie contest  is scheduled for Thursday, August 28th in the Tallman Pavillion. In […]

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Time to apply for SBA disaster loans

(PRESS RELEASE SENT BY INYO SHERIFF’S OFFICE) Three Weeks Left to Apply for SBA Disaster Loans SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The U. S. Small Business Administration (SBA) today reminded small, nonfarm businesses in 17 Nevada counties and neighboring counties in Arizona, California, Idaho and Oregon that they have until September 15, 2014, to apply for an Economic Injury […]

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MCWD Manager Patrick Hayes

MCWD repeats concerns in press conference

Due to all of their concerns with the proposed expansion of the Geothermal Plant in Mammoth Lakes, the Mammoth Community Water District held a press conference on August 21. The meeting took place the morning before the Long Valley Caldera workshop hosted by Ormat Technologies in Suite Z and was an opportunity for the press […]

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Historical Society thank you

Dear Editor, The Southern Mono Historical Society would like to send out a huge THANK YOU to everyone who showed up to volunteer in setting up, decorating, serving food, cleaning up and tearing down for our Old Timers’ Day & BBQ on 8/23 which was also our annual general membership meeting.  This year our event […]

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CHP reports on accidents and injuries

(CHP PRESS RELEASES) Bridgeport man badly injured in ATV wreck On Sunday, August 24, 2014, at approximately 10:35 A.M., California Highway Patrol Bishop Communications Center received a report of an all-terrain vehicle collision at the Bridgeport Reservoir. The California Highway Patrol, Mono County Paramedic Fire/Rescue, Bridgeport Fire Department and United States Forest Service Fire personnel […]

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Angel Jacoba Schat

Angel Schat arrested

Update:  Angel Schat’s attorney, Rick Wood, has left us a message that there is much more to this story.  We await Angel Schat’s side of what happened. Press Release:  (Bishop Police Department) Date of Event: August 21, 2014 at 12:35pm.   Type of Event:278.5 PC- Child Abduction/Violation of a custody order. Location:US Highway 95 near […]

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Patrick Kyle Canfield

Former Judge Pat Canfield has died

  Patrick Kyle Canfield 1946-2014 Patrick Canfield was born Oct. 20, 1946 and was raised in Santa Barbara. He graduated from Santa Barbara High School in 1964 where he played varsity basketball. Pat did his undergraduate work at Stanford University and was a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity. He played basketball for Stanford until […]

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Stopping the Road

‘Stopping the Road’ author in Independence, Mammoth

  – Press release One of the earliest environmental victories in the effort to preserve the Sierra Nevada’s wild lands was achieved by an unusual coalition of back country pack outfits, business owners, wilderness advocates and decidedly conservative politicians, namely former California Governor Ronald Reagan and President Richard Nixon.   Starting in the 1920s, state […]

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