Fun day remembering Norman Clyde
News Staff News Staff 3 hours ago

Birthday Bash Celebrates Norman Clyde, a Sierra Original  By Jon Klusmire Norman Clyde remains a larger-than-life figure… Read More

 
Dennis Mattinson's weather forecast
Dennis Mattinson Dennis Mattinson 3 hours ago

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

 
Public passion against DWP's solar ranch
Benett Kessler Benett Kessler 16 hours ago

When Los Angeles Department of Water and Power official, MichaelWebster, travelled to Independence to explain the City's Solar Ranch project… Read More

 
Mammoth Town Council candidate forum
Benett Kessler Benett Kessler 16 hours ago

Eight Mammoth Town Council candidates fielded individual questions from moderator Brent Truax Tuesday evening at the Mammoth Chamber of Comm… Read More

 
Caltrans update: pass openings
News Staff News Staff 20 hours ago

Pass Openings in Inyo and Mono Counties SR 120 West – Tioga Pass Road open to the Park Entrance Gate BISHOP – The California Department of… Read More

 


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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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 MONDAY APR 14 2014 Much less windy today as the inside slider that caused it, exits the Great Basin. Ridging builds in today for warming temperatures then winds will be on the increase again later Tuesday into Wednesday, […]

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Russian visitor arrested

(Press Release) On Saturday, April 12, 2014, at approximately 8:34 P.M., a California Highway Patrol (CHP) Bridgeport Area officer was requested to assist a Mono County Sheriff’s Deputy with a traffic stop on US 395, just north of Topaz Lane.  The deputy had stopped a Nissan Altima for driving at a speed greater than 80 MPH […]

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Traffic stop turned felony marijuana arrest

(Press Release)  On Friday, April 11, 2014 at approximately 7:30 PM a California Highway Patrol officer assigned to the Bridgeport office made a traffic stop on a white, 2010 Toyota Corolla for a mechanical violation of the California Vehicle Code on US-395 northbound, just south of Hot Creek Hatchery Road.  The officer contacted the two individuals in […]

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Dennis Mattinson’s weekend outlook

FORECAST: Owens Valley, Mammoth and Mono County  FROM: Dennis Mattinson, Weather and Atmospheric Forecaster www.395travel.com / Sierra Wave Media: Eastern Sierra News / TV – 33 SATURDAY APR 12 2014 Quite a bit of thunder, lightening and isolated rain yesterday afternoon in the mountains around Lone Pine. All due to a low pressure system moving thru […]

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NIH’s new CEO deals with change

Northern Inyo Hospital’s new CEO, Victoria Alexander-Lane, attended her first board meeting Wednesday. She previewed more discussions to come at the April  16th regular Board Meeting. Lane told the Board that there is “a lot of change” going on. A new leader has come in, she said, and there is the need to have a […]

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Cops vs. kids basketball

Cops vs. Kids: Basketball Game Fundraiser – Lee Vining High School It’s that time again! With the cops coming off a recent win with the Coleville High School boys’ basketball team, the Cops vs Kids game is back! Who will be victorious this time? On Saturday, April 12th, 2014, at 5:00pm, join the Mono County […]

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