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Dan Dennis

Celebrate the life of Dan Dennis

A CELEBRATION OF LIFE FOR DAN DENNIS (1964-2013) Crowley Lake Community Center - Saturday, January 4, 2014 from 3pm To 5pm Dan’s family will be hosting a celebration of his life at the Crowley Lake Community Center on Saturday, January 4, 2014, from 3pm to 5pm. Dan passed away on December 9, 2013 at home surrounded by his […]

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Digital 395 nears completion

The last cabling for the backbone of the Digital 395 project will go in next Thursday, according to Michael Ort of Praxis which is the builder of the project. Ort said after the final splice next week,  his crews will install cabling in Lone Pine and complete some community anchor hook-ups with final completion expected […]

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Letter to the editor: Way to go Mammoth!

A Letter to the Editor, With all the negative news coming out of Mammoth these day, much of it surely warranted, there is a very positive side as well that I think should be shared. I ‘d  been away from Mammoth for some 10 years and now find myself back at home, back where I […]

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Wildfire smoke information

- Press release from Dr. Richard Johnson, Inyo and Mono counties Health Officer: As you undoubtedly know, smoke from the Aspen Fire on the western side of the Sierras continues to affect the air quality in Inyo and Mono County. Latest reports show the fire at 11,000 acres, with projected growth of the fire and […]

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Mammoth man arrested on drug charges

- Press release from the Mono County Sheriff’s Office: The Mono County Narcotics Enforcement Team (MONET), along with the assistance of Mono County Sheriff Deputies and the Mammoth Lakes Fire Department, concluded a warrant investigation in the Town of Mammoth Lakes. On the morning of Wednesday, July 10, 2013, Jacob Pellegrini, age 29, of Mammoth […]

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‘One Less Spark, One Less Wildfire’

- Press release from the U.S. Forest Service: SACRAMENTO, July 8, 2013— The U.S. Forest Service and other land management agencies have a new fire safety campaign in California. The One Less Spark, One Less Wildfire campaign is designed to provide constant reminders during this fire season to reduce the numbers of human-caused vehicle and […]

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Rusty shares employee memo information

Rusty Gregory’s statement this week that he would soon not be running the Ski Area caused concern and questions by many. We asked Gregory if he could comment further. Though out of town, Gregory emailed us the memo he sent to all Ski Area employees Thursday. The memo does offer some further explanation about the […]

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Windy days create lovely skyscapes.  Photo by Andrew Kirk

Dennis Mattinson’s weather forecast

Forecast: Owens Valley, Mammoth and Mono County  By: Dennis Mattinson, Weather & Atmospheric Forecaster SierraWave Media:  Radio – TV – Online News FRI  MAR 15  2013 Our ridge of high pressure is drifting slowly eastward, but still quite warm today, with temps remaining above normal for mid March. Some cooling Saturday and Sunday as a […]

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No sophomore slump for Mammoth’s Meads

Jody Meads is a quick study – and a fast runner over long distances. A strong work ethic, a talented coaching staff and undeniable talent have lifted Meads to mind-bending results, and she’s been training seriously for less than two years. Meads, a sophomore at Mammoth High School, took first place in her heat Saturday […]

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BUHS FB #10

Batchelder, Broncos roll over Huskies

After a thrashing in the season opener and then a week off, one might expect the Bishop Union High School varsity football team to take out its frustrations on the next opponent. One would be right. The Broncos rolled over their Eastern Sierra 11-man rival Mammoth Huskies 56-6 Friday night at John Schwab Field, a mandatory […]

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Paw Patrol at Devils Postpile

PRESS RELEASE Devils Postpile Pilots Paw Patrol Volunteer Program In an effort to reach out to its dog loving and dog walking visitors, Devils Postpile National Monument has launched a pilot program to engage local dog owners and their canine companions in the monument’s volunteer program. First piloted in 2010 by Cuyahoga Valley National Park, […]

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