February 17th, 2012
DJ Rodneyo got things moving with a varied selection of hip-hop, electronic, and club classics, and kept the music going between bands.
The hip-hop group Smear Tactics, of Bishop, opened the show followed by Reno based punk band, 10 Cent Mistake. Agent Orange took the stage last.
Smear Tactics consisted of three emcees with DJ Rodneyo playing the beats they supplied. They put on a high energy performance in an original and somewhat old-school style, bouncing rhymes off one another and rhyming in unison.
For the past seven years, local businessman John Frederickson and a group of intrepid fish-lovers have been trying to raise fish in the ponds and canals of the historic Conway Ranch, hoping to fill the gap left by a state fish hatchery program in rapid decline.
Joe Walker's Feb. 10 hearing in Santa Barbara court was continued to March 9, according to the Santa Barbara District Attorney's office. "The Walker case was continued until March 9 for preliminary hearing setting," Paula Waldman Senior Deputy District Attorney, said on Monday. "There will not be a hearing on this date, simply a court appearance to schedule a later hearing."
The tangle of thousands of downed trees in the Middle Fork San Joaquin River watershed of the Inyo National Forest is hard to overstate.
Mono County's District 4 race up in the north end of the county is getting crowded.
The Mono County Elections office confirmed a third candidate, Bridgeport resident Jan Huggans, pulled papers Feb. 7 for signatures in lieu of the filing fee, joining candidates Bob Peters and Tim Fesko in the race.
Wayne Anderson shares some words about the late Andrew Bourne with family, friends, and community members on top of Mammoth Mountain on Sunday afternoon, right before the group participated in “Andy’s Last Ski Run.”
There is no longer any more broadband Internet cable service available for new customers in Mono County, although there are a few options for some customers.
Suddenlink and Verizon confirmed that they are “at capacity” as of late December.
After seven years of negotiations, Mammoth Mountain Ski Area and Mono County have agreed to an assessed value for the ski area—$263 million.
“After days of intense deliberation, the parties agreed to $263 million,” Mono County Assessor Jody Henning told the board Tuesday.