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March 9th, 2012
Michael Raimondo running for Town Council
Michael Raimondo, owner of Old New York Deli & Bagel Co. in the Village, is running for Town Council. He pulled the papers this week.
A local clean air grant program was overrun with project proposals, with 49 different projects worth $16.5 million competing for about $5 million.
You think you’re having a bad day?
A Bishop woman was arrested on suspicion of child endangerment after a juvenile was found at a local party spot unconscious, barely breathing, and suffering from hypothermia after consuming a vast quantity of alcohol that the woman bought.
No matter what you may have heard about the layoffs at Mammoth Mountain this week, it was worse than that.
A nine-year-old Chalfant boy called 911 to alert law enforcement that a man had broken into his home and was threatening his mother, according to Mono County Sheriff’s officials.
A Bishop woman was arrested on suspicion of child endangerment after a juvenile was found at a local party spot unconscious, barely breathing, and suffering from hypothermia, after consuming a vast quantity of alcohol that the woman bought.
Having just completed his second year as executive director of Mammoth Lakes Tourism, John Urdi suddenly is facing a perfect storm.
It wouldn’t be a stretch to say Mammoth Creek is the reason that the town of Mammoth Lakes exists.
Take away that water and there is no town.
As dichotomies go, the Mammoth Lakes Airport Commission faced a big one this past week.
Mammoth resident John Stavlo was appointed to a Mammoth Unified School District vacancy on Feb. 23. The vacancy was left after former board member Dr. Andrew Bourne resigned from the position in January.
The Inyo National Forest, Mammoth Ranger District, is soliciting comments on a proposed project to remove wind-fallen trees from Reds Meadow Valley.
Mono County officials said this week their partner at the Conway Ranch, the Inland Aquaculture Group, is mistaken in its claims that the county is getting in the way of a successful fishery on the county-owned property.
June Mountain’s volunteer patrolman, Luke Penrod, proposed to the love of his life, Usha Wilbur, at the top of Chair 7 a couple of weeks ago. ...