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April 20th

Theater Dog

April 20, 2013

 

“Wow, not a single joke in there, except for the title,” Fido said.

“You expected a comedy?”

“I figured “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woof!” was about dogs. It’s in the title.”

“Oh Fido, you have been misled once again.  It’s not ‘woof!’ as in a bark, it’s ‘Woolf’ as in a name.”

“They should have made that clear. I am easily misled.”

April 19th

RAW: Coleville High School project to remove uranium from water completed

April 19, 2013

The Coleville High School Water Project, which is being jointly funded by the California Department of Water Resources (DWR), the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the Eastern Sierra Unified School District, recently completed a new water project that removes naturally occurring uranium from the school's drinking water.

RAW: Lee Vining High School ranked 64th in state based on Challenger Index

April 19, 2013

Lee Vining High School has made the Washington Post’s High School Challenge Index for the second time this year.

The small rural school in the Eastern Sierra Unified School District, which covers all the schools in Mono County north of Mammoth Lakes, was ranked 558th in the nation out of approximately 22,000 high schools placing it in the top three percent of all high schools, according to school officials.

RAW: Crowley Lake resident arrested on suspicion of embezzling local water district funds

April 19, 2013

A Crowley Lake woman was arrested on Friday, April 19, on suspicion of embezzling $29,000 from a Crowley Lake water district.

After a lengthy investigation, Debra Ray, 53, of Crowley Lake, was arrest on April 19, pursuant to an Arrest Warrant.

ICARE raises $30K in fundraiser

April 19, 2013

 

Proceeds go toward new animal shelter

The biggest dog-and-cat party of the season went off last weekend in Bishop, and just about everyone was a winner.

About 700 animal lovers crowded into the Charles Brown Auditorium at the Tri-Valley Fairgrounds for a fund-raising dinner and auction, putting $30,000 into the coffers of the Inyo/Mono County Animal Resources & Education (ICARE).

SNARL Lecture Series set

April 19, 2013

 

Wide range of subjects at Green Church

The 2013 lecture series produced by the Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Lab is nothing if not wide ranging.

Lecturers will cover topics on everything from ground source heat pumps to mushrooms, the 2011 Devils Windstorm to Lahonton Cuthroat trout recovery in the context of climate change.

Endangered Walker Lake may get some county water, if county is still protected

April 19, 2013

 

Efforts to protect Mono County creeks and rivers and still allow ranchers and farmers to lease excess water rights to Nevada to be used in a lake that is threatened with falling water levels and salinity issues is moving forward, according to county staff Tuesday. Assistant County Counsel Stacey Simon got approval from the county’s supervisors for a letter that lays out methods to protect the county, such as only removing water from Bridgeport and Topaz Lake when water levels are sufficient to protect recreation and wildlife.

County landfills may all be on same schedule in future

April 19, 2013

 

A proposal to change all of the county’s landfill hours to be the same — from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. was warmly recieved by the Mono County Board of Supervisors Tuesday. The change would eliminate confusion and still allow residents to get to the landfills before work, according to county staff.  The supervisors will take the issue up as an action item at a future meeting.

“Paw Patrol” program hits Devil’s Postpile

April 19, 2013

 

Land trade near base of June Mountain?

April 19, 2013

 

Fire tax fee may yet change

April 19, 2013

 

Frustration with a state fire prevention tax that costs property owners as much as $150 a year continues to grow in the Eastern Sierra, but there is some hope for a legislative solution, even as a bill to repeal the tax died last week, according to county officials.

April 18th

Depleted MLPD to get new stun guns

April 18, 2013

 

Would help officers in fights, brawls, Chief says

Members of the Mammoth Lakes Police Department will get top-of-the-line TASER devices soon, according to Police Chief Dan Watson.

Citing a cut in the force because of austerity budget cuts earlier this year, Watson said the new devices would be particularly effective when just one officer is at the scene of a crime, fight or any other instance in which the officer feels threatened.

Merced River comment deadline extended to April 30

April 18, 2013

 

25,000 comments so far

Yosemite National Park this past week announced the extension of the public comment period for the Merced Wild and Scenic River Draft Comprehensive Management and Environmental Impact Statement (MRP) through Tuesday, April 30.

Previously, the public comment period was slated to close on Thursday, April 18.

Town Council tips hats for public service

April 18, 2013

 

Copeland, MLPD civilians get nod

The Mammoth Town Council this past week gave a few appreciative gestures to some of Mammoth’s citizens.

First, the council on Wednesday night, April 17, handed out a certificate of appreciation to Kathy Copeland, the founder and leader of Disabled Sports of the Eastern Sierra.

Not all June Lakers charmed by MMSA

April 18, 2013

 

Members of a citizen’s committee continue to oppose land swap

Some June Lake residents were not charmed—or convinced—last week by Mammoth Mountain Ski Area CEO Rusty Gregory’s assurances that he was a changed man and that MMSA would finally invest enough in June Mountain Ski Area to make it thrive.

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