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Inyo National Forest

USFS says Firewood Permits now Required

[Press Release 6/25/2020 – Inyo National Forest] As the impacts from COVID-19 continue to be felt across the country, the US Forest Service is committed to providing services on public lands and doing what’s possible for those in need. As such, the Inyo National Forest will provide free personal use firewood permits through September 30, […]

 
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Tiger Bar in June Lake Shut Down by Mono County Public Health

The Tiger Bar in June Lake Ordered to Close by Mono County Public Health Officer. Are the public health authorities finally getting serious in the efforts to enforce compliance with the Governor’s Executive Orders and public health orders in the state? That it is the Mono County Public Health Officer, Dr. Tom Boo, that took […]

 
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Death Valley National Park Continues a Phased Reopening on Friday, June 26, 2020

{Press Release: Death Valley National Park Continues a Phased Reopening on Friday, June 26, 2020} Death Valley, CA – Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state and local public health authorities, Death Valley National Park is increasing recreational access according to the park’s phased reopening plan. The […]

 
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Reds Meadow Road opening Friday, June 26

This description explains why Reds Meadow is a popular destination during the summer months:  With crystal-clear streams, sparkling lakes and majestic forests, Reds Meadow Valley is an ideal place to camp during the summer and enjoy fishing, hiking or riding a horse through this pristine setting. Located on the other side of Mammoth Mountain, there […]

 
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Cerro Coso Honors Program Recognizes Graduates

The Cerro Coso Community College Honors program hosted its first virtual recognition for program graduates on the college website at 2020 Honors Program Graduates. Graduates and their instructors reflected on the hard work the students put into the rigorous program. Students received their Honors chords and tassels to wear in the college-wide commencement ceremony during the […]

 
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