Archive - Nov 2011
ictor and Dennee Alcala welcomed a baby boy, Ezra Xavier on Sept. 30. â€śEzra arrived late but was well worth the wait. He has been welcomed into the world by a large, loving circle of family and friends who have provided support in countless ways,â€ť sez the new parents. â€¦
Note to the reader: Colonel Bob Waggoner (USAF Retired) will be the keynote speaker at a Veterans Day event on Friday, Nov. 11, at the Mammoth Lakes Fire Station on Main Street. The celebration begins at 9 a.m. and includes a sponsored pancake breakfast. All Veterans, their families and grateful citizens are welcome to attend.
Another Mammoth man has died this week, and again, the cause of death is unclear.
Just Monday, Mammoth local John Tobacco was found dead in a home in Mammoth. His death is still under investigation. Then, on Wednesday afternoon, another Mammoth man, Alexander Viterbi, was found dead in his Mammoth home.
Here's the latest information from the county sheriff's department:
On the afternoon of Wednesday, Nov. 2, at approximately 4:45, Mono County Sheriffâ€™s Department dispatch received a call regarding an unresponsive male in the Mammoth Lakes area.
The Tioga Road (Highway 120 east of the Crane Flat Gas Station), the Glacier Point Road, and the Mariposa Grove Road in Yosemite National Park will be temporarily closing Thursday, Nov. 3, at 8:00p.m. A winter weather advisory has been issued and will be in effect from 8:00 p.m. Thursday until 8:00 a.m. Friday morning. Up to seven inches of snow is expected above 6,000 feet in elevation.
All roads are expected to be reassessed for opening by midday Friday, Nov. 4.
On the afternoon of Tuesday, Nov. 1 at approximately 4:00 p.m., Mono County Sheriffâ€™s Department dispatch received a call regarding the report of an adult female possibly attempting suicide in the Chalfant area.
California Highway Patrol and Chalfant Fire Department were the first agencies to respond to the scene. CHP attempted to make contact with the female inside her residence to find that she had already left the location.
Narcotics may have been involved in the "suspicious" death of a local Mammoth man who was found dead Monday morning, according to a Thursday morning (Nov.3) press release from the Mono County Sheriff's Department. The man, John Tobacco, 30, was found "unresponsive" Oct. 31 at a residence on Evergreen Street in Old Mammoth.
Here's the updated version of the story, as released at 10 a.m. Nov. 3.
"On the morning of Monday, Oct. 31, at approximately 8:00, Mono County Sheriffâ€™s Department dispatch received a call regarding an unresponsive male in the Mammoth Lakes area.