Mammoth Hospital next month will have two new surgeons on staff, beginning in January, the hospital announced this week in a press release.
Fru Bahiraei, M.D. and Richard Koehler, M.D. will have primary residence within the Mammoth Hospital District boundaries.
Dr. Bahiraei is board certified in general surgery and comes to Mammoth most recently from Whidbey General Hospital in Coupeville, Washington.
At Whidbey he provided general surgical, vascular, thoracic, trauma, and endoscopic services.
Enjoy the musical talent of the Eastside and ring in the holiday season this weekend with a community concert that features local musicians of all ages performing in the Eastern Sierra Chamber Orchestra.
The concerts, Saturday at St. Joseph’s Church in Mammoth, and Sunday at the Bishop Neighborhood Church, begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 for adults and $7 for students.
The Felici Trio’s Brian Schuldt directs the chamber orchestra, and Stephanie Everson directs the choir.
A $150 “fire prevention” fee for most non-Mammoth residents in Mono County may be here to stay, after promised political support for the removing the fee evaporated during the election season.
About $3,000 in unclaimed state tax refunds is sitting around, waiting for 28 Mono County residents to claim their money.
A total of $14 million awaits taxpayers in other counties, according to the state tax board. The most common reason taxpayers don’t get their refunds is because they move and don’t update their addresses with the state Franchise Tax Board.