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November 2nd, 2012

Mammoth Hospital recognizes medical-surgical nurses

November 2, 2012

 

The nurses are being celebrated for their dedication and skills the first week of November.

Medical-surgical nurses focus every day on caring compassionately for patients and families so the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses (AMSN) has designated a week to shift that focus to the nurses themselves.

Mammoth Hospital supports the national celebration of medical-surgical nurses during Medical-Surgical Nurses Week, Nov. 1 to 7.

New medical imaging technology

November 2, 2012

 

Mammoth Hospital upgraded to a new medical imaging technology, which offers the latest advances in low radiation dose imaging.

In the past, radiology technologists had to use standard radiation doses to get high diagnostic image quality. Now, technologists can use cutting edge computer technology to create quality images from low radiation dose scans.

October 30th

Search is on for hiker, last seen Oct. 19

October 30, 2012

Local authorities are continuing a search for a missing hiker from Pacific Palisades who has been in the backcountry for more than 10 days.

Authorities launched a massive search effort last Wednesday after the hiker failed to return from a planned three-day hike in the Inyo National Forest.

RAW: Norby to leave Water District; head home to Bay Area

October 30, 2012

Mammoth Community Water District General Manager Greg Norby announced that he regrettably will be leaving the District, having very much enjoyed working with the MCWD Board and professional staff. 

October 26th

A severe case of 'Habititis'

October 26, 2012

 

Catching the humanitarian bug from Habitat for Humanity

“Be careful if you go,” warned Marc Margulies, who recently returned from Poland. At Habitat for Humanity, they have a word for the addiction that many folks experience after their first humanitarian trip with the organization: they call it “Habititis.”

Once you’ve caught it, you will find yourself booking your next trip, and then your next, to travel to a new corner of the world and help build homes for those in need.

Wilbrecht: Keeping Whitmore open would be 'pocket change'

October 26, 2012

If there is a model for an even-tempered civil servant, it might be Mammoth Town Manager Dave Wilbrecht.

But near the end of last week’s Town Council meeting, the normally unflappable Wilbrecht just about came unglued over the issue of a possible closure of Whitmore Park and its centerpiece, the Whitmore Pool.

In all, the proposed reduction would total $57,416 in the 2012-13 fiscal year, and $177,764 in 2013-14.

Former LADWP manager responds to recent lawsuit

October 26, 2012

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power seems to be losing supporters each day, and former general manager David Freeman is one of them.

“All of a sudden, out of the blue, they come out firing their heavy artillery,” Freeman said. “I can’t even get mad, it makes me so sad.”

LADWP officials filed a federal lawsuit Oct. 12 to force the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District to halt what the department is calling Great Basin’s “systematic and unlawful issuance of water-wasting orders to L.A.’s customers,” related to dust mitigation on Owens Lake.

Officials announce big tree thinning for Lakes Basin; project to begin in 2014

October 26, 2012

Twenty years after the Rainbow Fire blew hot embers from Red’s Valley into the very outskirts of Mammoth, Inyo National Forest officials said it is time to reduce the fire risk in the Lakes Basin.

Beginning next summer with a series of informational give-and-take meetings with public, the Forest Service said it would begin thinning the basin woodlands in the summer of 2014.

It is a very large project, said Sue Farley, the forest’s environmental planner, who will lead the ramp-up to the actual cut-and clear efforts.

Women’s Club Holiday Dazzle returns for annual fundraiser

October 26, 2012

 

The Mammoth Lakes Women’s Club Holiday Dazzle returns just in time for early holiday shopping. The fundraiser starts at 6 p.m. and will take place Tuesday, Nov. 13, at the Grand Sierra Lodge in the Village. Everyone is invited and admission is free.

Hyde is dead, long live Campo Mammoth

October 26, 2012

 

Mammoth Mountain introduces new restaurant in The Village

The Village dining scene will change this winter with the opening of “Campo Mammoth,” the newest offering by chef Mark Estee, according to a news release issued by Mammoth Mountain Ski Area Wednesday night.

It is modeled, the ski area said, on Campo Reno, named one of Esquire’s best new restaurants in America.

Food & Wine Experience dates set

October 26, 2012

 

Mark it down for July 5 to 7

Building on the success of last year’s second Mammoth Food & Wine Experience, the Mammoth Lakes Foundation this week announced plans for the next summer’s event, promising more, more, and more.

“Planning is already under way to expand the 2013 festivities and focus on engaging even more attendees in a variety of ways,” said Evan Russell, CEO/President of the Mammoth Lakes Foundation, in a press release.

What's Up, Up Here? Oct. 26-Nov. 2, starring Superman, Sally Miller, Powder Dan, Steve Krcmar and the Usual Suspects

October 26, 2012

We pass on a deeply heartfelt RIP to Martin Harris, former resident of Mammoth Lakes, Mammoth Mountain ski school instructor, and member of Mammoth’s Celtic band Wild Mountain Tyme band. He was admitted to a hospice in England and passed away from complications of prostate cancer. He was 65 years old. …

Connie Lizza Moyer gets Wyoming Hall of Fame nod

October 26, 2012

 

Won U.S. title in 1985

Long-time Mammoth resident, Connie Lizza Moyer, was recently inducted into the University of Wyoming Athletic Hall of Fame in Laramie.

In only the second year of combined scoring, the UW men’s and women’s ski teams she competed on won the 1985 NCAA national title. The members of that team were honored for the accomplishment at the 20th annual Induction Ceremony in September.

Karen Ferrell-Ingram receives ‘Last Best Place’ Award

October 26, 2012

 

Eastern Sierra Land Trust Executive Director Karen Ferrell-Ingram received the Frank Wells Last Best Place Award by the Sierra Nevada Alliance at its annual conference in South Lake Tahoe.

The Frank Wells Last Best Place Award goes to a leader who has exhibited outstanding leadership in protecting the Sierra’s best places.

Trail System gets a red ribbon

October 26, 2012

 

Big party at Welcome Center

Everybody who was anybody was at the Welcome Center last Saturday, Oct. 20, to open the new, enhanced Mammoth Lakes Trail System.

The Girl Scouts did color-guard ceremonies; Inyo National Forest Supervisor Ed Armenta offered remarks; Mammoth Mayor Matthew Lehman was coerced off the trails to commemorate the trails; and John Wentworth, executive director of the Mammoth Lakes Trails and Public Access (MLTPA) Foundation took time off from trail work.

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