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Judge sentences day care provider Lupe Almaguer to 60 years for child sexual abuse

April 30, 2011

It’s been a long time coming, but finally, some of the victims of day care provider Guadalupe Almaguer know what power – and justice – feel like.

On Tuesday, Mono County Superior Court Judge Mark Magit sentenced former Mammoth day care provider “Lupe” Almaguer, 58, to 60 years to life in prison, following his arrest in early October 2010 on suspicion of child sexual abuse.

Is winter over yet? Kinda. Mostly.

April 30, 2011

The weatherman says yes. Mostly.

According to Mammoth’s weather forecaster, Howard Sheckter, the long, cold, snowy winter of 2010-11 is finally over – mostly.

With 618 - 637 inches measured up at the 9,200 foot elevation on Mammoth Mountain now, the winter goes down in the record books as Mammoth’s snowiest, though not wettest, winter ever.

It started snowing on Oct. 5, making it seven months of snow, although an abnormally dry January and February gave us something of a break for a short time.

What's Up, Up Here? News and gossip from Mammoth, April 29-May 5

April 30, 2011

Former Mammoth Track Club distance runner Ryan Hall ran the best Boston Marathon by an American last week. Way to go, Ryan, and this amazing tweet on Wednesday: “Happy to be alive after our plane was hit by lightning.” ...

Mammoth resident and Mammoth Mountain junior race team member Scott Busche took the silver medal at USASA nationals, boys 10-12 skiercross on April 10 at Copper Mountain, Colo. He was presented with the Cholula “Hot Shot” award of the day for having the day’s fastest skiercross qualification time and for his “hot” racer style. ...

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