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RAW: Deer on highways pose serious danger to drivers—and deer

April 29, 2013

The Mammoth Lakes Police Department would like to caution motorists to be extra alert for migrating deer on U.S.395 and S.R. 203. Large numbers of deer are on the move at this time of year and they pose a real threat to motorists. Serious injuries or death can occur if you strike a deer at highway speeds. Evidence of multiple vehicle versus deer encounters is visible while traveling on 395.

Mammoth seeks FAA approval

April 29, 2013

 

Airport Layout Plan under scrutiny

Mammoth Yosemite Airport will have a “conditionally approved” airport layout plan by this summer, the town announced this past month in a news release.

Two residents face embezzlement charges

April 29, 2013

 

An ‘unusual’ number of embezzlements of public money recently, DA says

A Crowley Lake woman and a Bridgeport woman recently faced the courts after accusations that they embezzled money.

Debra Ray, 53, of Crowley Lake, was arrested on Friday, April 19, on suspicion of embezzling $29,000 from a Crowley Lake water district.

Invasive species threat forces boat inspections at Crowley Lake

April 29, 2013

 

Mussell could destroy Owens watershed

A notorious invasive species called the New Zealand mussel could destroy the Owens River watershed if it gets too numerous, and therefore agencies like the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power are using boat inspections again this year to stop the spread of the pesky critters.

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