Archive - Oct 22, 2010
Stacey Cookâ€™s road to redemption stretches out ahead, four years long.
She knows it is going to be a difficult journey, both physically and psychologically, but if all goes well, the road will end at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Krasnodar Krai, Russia.
The 26-year-old downhill racer, Mammothâ€™s best hope on the U.S. Womenâ€™s Ski team, said she enters the 2010-2011 ski season as determined as ever, in spite of her horrific crash at last Februaryâ€™s Vancouver Games.
Win two round trip tickets for two from Mammoth to Los Angeles. See the entry form in this week's Mammoth Times, page 13, and weekly through Nov. 5.
Take your coupon to the Mammoth Times office, the Quiksilver store or McCoy Sports in the Village at Mammoth, to enter for a chance to win one pair out of nine free pairs (18 tickets) to be awarded to Mammoth-area residents for Horizonâ€™s Mammoth to Los Angeles round trips.
If you just canâ€™t wait to win, Horizon Air is offering a $59 one-way fare between Mammoth Yosemite Airport (MMH) and Los Angeles International (LAX) through Dec. 15.
Itâ€™s one thing to find a fly in the ointment. Itâ€™s quite another when that fly hits you up for $95,000, which is what happened Wednesday night, when the Mammoth Lakes Town Council found aforesaid fly sitting right in the middle of its airport runway.
Sky West, the United Airlines subsidiary that is to fly daily to and from Mammoth and San Francisco starting in December, hit up the town with a surprise demand for two pricey pieces of ground equipment, catching the council, Town Manager Rob Clark and Airport Director Bill Manning off guard.
While the ghostly white trees hovering around stark Horseshoe Lake may unnerve some people, a Massachusetts scientist found the greenhouse gas that strangled them could actually lead to a solution to climate change problems.
Working under a four-year, $2.3 million grant from the Department of Energy, Dr. Bruno Marino came to Mammoth last week, hoping to refine a high-tech laser he believes will some day soon be absolutely critical in the fight against climate change.
SKI magazine says Mammoth Mountain Ski Area ranks 12th nationally and first in California. Coming in first in its annual â€śBestâ€ť issue, Mammoth was hands-down winner of Terrain Parks, for years under the stewardship of Oren Tanzer and now in Josh Chauvetâ€™s hands. ...