Giant blocks of snow have been delivered to 19 businesses and organizations along June Lake’s Main Street for the community-wide Snow Sculpture Competition this Saturday afternoon, Feb. 2 — all part of the inaugural June Lake Winter Festival & Triple Threat Triathlon, Feb. 1-3. Everyone is warmly invited to join the June Lake community for [...]
Archive | January 30, 2013
Tuesday, the Mammoth Town Council met in a special meeting closed session with Town Manager Dave Wilbrecht. The agenda says the session was to “consider evaluation of a public employee: Town Manager.” Council members have so far declined to comment. Another special meeting closed session with Wilbrecht is now scheduled for Thursday at 3pm. That [...]
PETS of the WEEK – January 30, 2013 CINDY is a beautiful white and tabby spotted shorthaired cat. She is a darling, affectionate puddy tat who will fill your days with joyful companionship. LULA is a very sweet 9-week old Lab mix puppy ready to begin an adventurous life with a committed and responsible adopter [...]
Since the store was built some 25 years ago, Vons in Mammoth Lakes has not changed much. It will when a $4.5 million expansion gets underway in building season. Most businesses at the Minaret Mall are excited about the renewed activity Vons’ expansion will bring. Vice President of Vons Real Estate, Brian Braaten, says the [...]
Forecast: Owens Valley, Mammoth and Mono County By: Dennis Mattinson, Weather & Atmospheric Forecaster SierraWave Media: Radio – TV – Online News WED JAN 30 2013 Large scale ridge re-builds along the West Coast today bringing a reduction in winds and warming temperatures thru Friday. Those temps should return to normal today and raise to [...]
Image of the Week
University Peak (to the left), as seen from the largely still frozen Gilbert Lake, on 28April2013. Photographer Andrew Kirk said it was his intent "to balance sky, mountains, frozen lake, and thawed lake."