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January 16th, 2012

Mammoth Track Club wins prestigious award in Houston

January 16, 2012

 

January 15th

Rick Wood wins age division at Houston Marathon

January 15, 2012

 

January 14th

Bourne, Walker, free on $750,000 bail in child sex case, Bourne resigns from school board

January 14, 2012

Bail was reduced from $1 million each to $750,000 each for Dr. Andrew Bourne and Joe Walker Tuesday at a hearing in Santa Barbara.

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January 13th

Four candidates announce run for county supervisor

January 13, 2012

Local elections are still six months out, but that hasn’t stopped a crop of candidates for Mono County Supervisor announcing their run for three open seats.

Eight-year-old Mammoth girl calls 911, likely saves family’s life

January 13, 2012

It was the smoke alarm shrieking into the deepest hours of the night that woke eight-year-old Hana MacLean of Mammoth Lakes and probably saved her life.
 
It was Hana, though, who likely saved her parents lives shortly thereafter.
 
It was sometime around midnight on Jan. 10 and Mammoth was fast asleep, including Hana. 
 

More ice-skates for us renters!

January 13, 2012

 

The 'Full Wolf Moon' is up ... and it's beautiful

January 13, 2012

The Wolf Moon is the name given by Native Americans to a full moon that occurs in January. Native Americans chose this name because they heard hungry wolf packs howl outside the villages. This full moon is also known as the Old Moon or the Moon After Yule.
 

MHS grad in Lingerie Football game

January 13, 2012

Mammoth High School alumni Melissa Margulies is currently competing for a chance to play pro football on Super Bowl Sunday. 
 
It won’t be her first time, either.
 
And she’ll be doing it in lingerie.
 

Wheels of Justice

January 13, 2012

The Murmur Mill in Mammoth is in full throat.
 
We don’t like it, but the reality is that the arrest of two of our citizens on child sex charges (P.1) is just too juicy for most of the murmurers to ignore. 
 

Planning Commish plans a scaleback

January 13, 2012

 

Mammoth, Eastern Sierra to get 11 new buses

January 13, 2012

 

What's Up, Up Here? All the news and gossip for Jan 13-19

January 13, 2012

 

Tenney 'Goes for Broke' on funding for Gateway Project

January 13, 2012

Call it want you want: Shooting the Moon, Going for Broke, whatever.

For Elizabeth Tenney, it’s all of that, with an extra measure of audacity thrown in.

Tenney, whose volunteer projects in Mammoth have made her a key behind-the-scenes player, on Tuesday floored the town’s Recreation Commission with a request for $250,000 in Measure R (taxpayer) funding for her Mammoth Gateway Community Project, up from a previous request of $25,000.

“I’m highly skeptical that we could get that much,” she said to the commissioners, who answered her with their own skepticism.

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