Archive - Apr 9, 2011
Early Friday morning, Ueli Luthi, starter for the biathlon portion of the 2011 Mammoth Invitational, counts down to send off Mark Eisen, Neave Anderson, Lachlan Anderson and Miles Anderson.
There is no test of society more important than its treatment of children, our most precious resource. Our children are our future leaders, and all residents of Mono County have a compelling interest in the health, well-being and development of our future business people, professionals, public servants, workers, neighbors, friends and loved ones.
It could certainly be considered a case of strange bedfellows.
On one side of the bed, Mammoth Lakes, supposedly filled with affluence and arrogance.
On the other side, Mono County, supposedly rural, not rich, resentful.
When it suits them both, they get along fine.
When it does not, they do not.
Such was the case Tuesday, April 5, when the subject of smelly, dirty garbage revealed the ongoing tension between Town and County.
Garbage, of all things.
Many tips of the cap to Mammoth Finest, who volunteered at Angels to wait tables on behalf of Disabled Sports. Funny: Many passersby called the restaurant, wonderinâ€™ was wrong, what with all those cop cars. Chief Dan Watson was the maitre dâ€™ and sez he ainâ€™t quitting his day job any tme soon. ...
Did Dr. Mike Karch pull off a miracle at the Mammoth Biathlon? Yes he did, with bad weather, 200 volunteers to manage, many athletes and coaches to herd, etc. â€śDid you resign your other job?â€ť asked councilman John Eastman. ...
Next yearâ€™s biathlon already set for March 23-25. ...
People driving by on S.R. 203 wanted to know what all the police cars were doing at Angel's Wednesday night, April 6. It was Tip A Cop, a fund raiser for Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra.
Lines were long, cops were waiters, hamming it up, all to the tune of $2028 raised for DSES.
"Our gracious hosts, owners Todd and Melanie Nagy of Angelâ€™s, along with their fantastic staff, made sure MLPDâ€™s volunteer waiters looked good and got everyoneâ€™s order right. They also contributed to the total by pledging 10 percent of the nightâ€™s receipts," says an MLPD press release.