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Update: Captain is found!!

Lindsey Hicks lost her one year old Queensland cattle dog on Wednesday the 18th at the Owens River off Wye Road. His name is Captain, and you can call 760-872-0865 or 760-258-6693 if you have any info. They’re offering a reward for his safe return.  

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Mammoth Mayor responds to employee concerns

In response to Town of Mammoth employees expression of a lack of trust for the Town Council in regard to salary and benefit issues and a possible 10% pay cut, Mammoth Mayor Skip Harvey said that he believes council members have acted in good faith. Town employee sources had said in the past the Town […]

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Mule Days will proceed in spite of horse virus in western U.S.

A deadly horse virus outbreak at a Utah equestrian event has spread through several western states, including California, causing cancellation of shows and events. This news prompted an emergency meeting of the Mule Days Executive Board Tuesday night to give serious thought to cancellation of the event. Wednesday, officials said that Mule Days will proceed […]

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Robey Theatre Company performs on stage at Manzanar

A man of renowned social conscience, an All-American football star and an actor and singer extraordinaire – Paul Robeson Director Ben Guillory (l) and “Bronzeville” actors inspired the creation of the Robey Theatre Company in Los Angeles. Robey was Robeson’s athletic nickname. Actors Danny Glover and Ben Guillory formed the theater company in 1994 to, […]

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Medical marijuana clarification

Questions continue to surface on medical marijuana issues locally and around the state. Mono County Assistant District Attorney Tim Kendall had confirmed that the Attorney General is preparing a draft opinion on medial marijuana for circulation among law enforcement. Meanwhile, a local arrest drew attention, and law enforcement offered clarification. The Mono Sheriff’s office reported […]

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Bad behavior closes Bishop skatepark

For some months behavior at the City of Bishop Skatepark has edged closer to inappropriate, so when a local father called the City to say a drug deal went down right in front of him and his five-year-old son at the skatepark, that was the last straw. As we had reported, the City of Bishop […]

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Husky Mix and Tuxedo Tabby

JASPER is a strikingly handsome Husky/Shepherd mix who walks like a champion on his leash. He is somewhat reserved, but warms up quickly and will undoubtedly be a super loyal companion to a very lucky adopter. BEN is a big, sweet, healthy, declawed Tuxedo Tabby who was found at the agricultural station in Benton. He […]

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Migrating deer cause injury accidents

Mammoth Police issued a word of serious caution for motorists. Deer are migrating and crossing Highways 395 and 203. Infact, vehicles colliding with deer caused two accidentsThursday. Police said that a vehicle veered off 395 in the area of Mammoth-Yosemite Airport to avoid a deer but struck the animal, killing it and causing injuries to […]

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