Archive - Apr 2012
There was a time, back in the boom years, when the Mammoth Lakes town offices were crowded with staffers sizing up every new wrinkle in town.
These are not those years.
The Town of Mammoth Lakes on Thursday said that Assistant Town Manager Marianna Marysheva-Martinez will be working with the Town for an additional year.
Local undercover narcotics agents seized a half pound of methamphetamine from an Ontario man, after a high speed chase that started on residential streets in Mammoth and ended just outside of Bishop Saturday. During the chase, a Mono County Sheriff's vehicle was struck, as the perpetrator tried to avoid arrest.
Here are the details.
The annual Pond Skim at Canyon Lodge was back in form last Sunday, April 22 at Canyon Lodge, and it was about time.
The Eastern Sierra Land Trust is ready to put this winter season behind and spring forward into sunny weather events.
One look around the inventory in Mammoth’s ski shops in these last few days of the ski season tells you all you need to know about this past year’s sales.
Two short classes to help improve workplace marketing are now being offered through Cerro Coso’s Office of Community Education.
It sure would be a bummer if you came up all the way to Crowley Lake, only to wait in long lines for a boat inspection.
It might feel roughly the same as any other Opening Day of the fishing season, but it isn’t.
Anticipation for a fishing season hasn’t been this big in a decade.
That big hog of an Alpers trout?
In its 17th year, Mammoth’s Festival of Beers and Bluesapalooza officials recently announced the lineup of blues talent and a grand tasting of craft brews from around the country. The event will take place Friday, Aug. 3, through Sunday, Aug. 5, outdoors among the pines at Sam’s Wood Site.
The Owens River is that big river out east of Mammoth that cuts a fine, green line through the sage and rabbit brush foothills of the Eastern Sierra, rolling along the feet of the mountains like a blue and silver snake.
Mammoth High School 2009 graduate Jess Vint was not perhaps the first student in his class who might have been expected to be successful at anything.
He was, by his own admission, a middling student, a middling athlete, and a middling person.