MAMMOTH ER ROCKS
Recently, I needed immediate medical attention. My visit to Mammoth Hospitalâ€™s emergency room, created by an abscessed tooth infection, and a touch of pneumonia, was mandatory.
After careful scrutiny, some retracted comments from myself, and an accurate diagnosis, I came to a conclusion.
The staff at Mammothâ€™s facility won my gratitude, and my heart. To see the emergency roomâ€™s pageant of â€śneedy,â€ť busted up folks I love, helped, in an organized fashion, rendered me quite appreciative. You employees â€śrock!â€ť
Michael K. Mahoney
TIME FOR MAMMOTH TO PAY UP
This lawsuit has been going on now for around 14 years. I understand that the city does not want to pay and should do what it can to not pay. I would bet that if Mr. Terry Ballas owed the city of Mammoth $30 Mil they sure would not let it go this long. This is a good example of how big government can mess with someone.
The court system has more than once told the city to pay up, but still after 14 years they have not paid the man what is due him. If the city can hold out for more years, Mr. Ballas will be broke and may not be around to get what is due him.
TO THE BIATHLON VOLUNTEERS
This week proved once again how our unique geography is reflected by the amazing people that live here. Your character, flexibility and willingness to mobilize quickly created a world class event when all odds were stacked against us.
Thank you again to all who helped with the 4th Annual Mammoth Winter Biathlon.
Mike Karch, MD
Founder, Mammoth Winter Biathlon
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