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Information, contacts for building damage in Mammoth

TOWN OF MAMMOTH LAKES INFORMATION REGARDING RECENT BUILDING DAMAGE RESULTING FROM HEAVY SNOW: GENERAL INFORMATION: With the recent record breaking snow we have experienced this winter thus far, some structures in town have experienced some degree of structural damage. Some damage has been minor, while other structures have experienced major structural damage. Cracks in drywall […]

 
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Bishop Little League registration, evaluations

Press release Bishop Little League Baseball Player Try-out / Evaluations will be held on Saturday February 18th and Saturday February 25th, 2017. All Little League Baseball players league age 8 to 12 years old must attend one of these player evaluations. The Evaluations will be held at Bishop City Park Baseball Field #3. Baseball players […]

 
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Inyo Supervisors receive marijuana tutorial

By Deb Murphy One thing was clear after the public comment period at the Planning Department’s presentation on upcoming community outreach meetings on marijuana operations during Tuesday’s Inyo County Board of Supervisors’ meeting: the industry has come a long way from growin’ your own under bright lights in a bathroom. Reginald Cook, a medical marijuana […]

 
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Rich Boccia

MLR to conduct search for new Executive Director

Press release The Mammoth Lakes Recreation (MLR) Board of Directors took action at their Board meeting Tuesday evening to conduct a nation-wide search for a new Executive Director for the organization effective July 1, 2017. MLR Board President Tom Johnson thanked Rich Boccia, the founding Executive Director of the organization for his exemplary work over […]

 
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​Artist Steve Cavallo holds his portrait of Sam Ono, a 1944 graduate of Manzanar High School. Mr. Cavallo’s show opens May 27, following shows by artist Michi Takemoto and photographer Paul Kitagaki, Jr.

Manzanar hosting three art shows for significant milestones

Press release On February 19, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, authorizing the US Army to exclude “any and all persons” from designated areas. While the order did not name a specific group, the Army forcibly removed and incarcerated all Japanese Americans and Japanese immigrants in California, western Oregon and Washington, and […]

 
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Bishop City Council stingy on pot

By Deb Murphy Voters within Bishop City limits approved Inyo County’s advisory measures on marijuana operations, both recreational and medical. However, those voters apparently don’t talk to the majority of the councilmembers. The Council started the conversation on what, beyond the legality of personal use and cultivation defined by the Adult Use of Marijuana Act, […]

 
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Red Cross shelter opened at Mammoth High School

Press release In response to the structural damage occurring to some residences in the Mammoth Lakes area, American Red Cross Los Angeles Region disaster workers have opened a shelter at the Mammoth High School (365 Sierra Park Road). The shelter supports the immediate needs of those affected, including a safe place to stay, food, water, […]

 
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Temp Parking Locations (Final_v2)

Mammoth extends temporary overnight parking sites

Press release The Town of Mammoth Lakes is extending designated temporary overnight parking sites this weekend for lodging guests and visitors in need of parking. Due to the excessive and continuous snowfall this season and the limited availability of hotel and condominium parking, the Town has identified six locations throughout the community, with the majority […]

 
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USFS photos

Whitney Portal Road spring re-opening may be delayed

Interagency press release Substantial snowfall from an atmospheric river event in mid-January has led to a major rock fall on Whitney Portal Road, causing significant damage to an approximately 100-foot stretch of road. This damage may delay the re-opening of the road this spring. Initial assessments by Inyo County, Cal Trans, and Inyo National Forest […]

 
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