Archive - Feb 20, 2012 - News Article
There’s still a heartbeat in Elizabeth Tenney’s “Gateway Project.”
Joe Walker’s Feb. 10 Santa Barbara court hearing was continued to March 9, but it will only be a scheduling hearing, not a hearing where substantial evidence is presented before the court.
All three of Mono County's open county supervisor district seats are getting crowded, as potential candidates add their names to the list.
Here's a brief look at all three:
Efforts to give away free nicotine patches in Inyo and Mono County paid off this past summer, with Mono County showing the biggest relative increase (since last year) compared to all the rest of the counties in the state.
The National Society for the Gifted and Talented (NSGT) is offering $10,000 in scholarships for Mammoth Lakes area students to apply toward selected summer programs. Several scholarships are being offered by the society: six at $1,000 each, six at $500 each, and four at $250 each. The scholarships can be used by the student to help pay tuition for a gifted summer program of their choice.
Ladies (and man slaves!)—mark your calendars! Pamper Pedal 2012 is slated for Saturday, May 12. This year’s theme is “Nature Girl.” …
January 2012 was the fourth warmest for the contiguous U.S. This scenario was in stark contrast to Alaska where several towns had their coldest January on record. Go figure. …
For the past seven years, longtime 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.