March 23rd, 2012
The planets might seem like they aren't aligned for Mammoth what with all the bad news recently, but they are.
It's strange to pull up to a high school auditorium (Bishop's only performing arts space) to see a play performed by adults.
There was a moment, about three weeks ago, when Town Councilmember Skip Harvey had an epiphany.
This is the weekend we've been waiting for.
Fido is making chili. No, not really. How could a dog stand in the kitchen over a vat of chili?
Big-big-big party in Mammoth a coupla weekends ago when the TOMS people showed up for a retreat in Mammoth. All the company’s big shots were there, as were the little shots. It was a high old time, all right, put together by Sandra Di Domizio and her Green Fox Events crew. …
The Annual Mammoth Biathlon is all set to go off on Saturday and Sunday on a new course and with new rules for spectators.
The land for the so-called Gateway project at the entrance of Mammoth Lakes will be donated to the Town of Mammoth Lakes by Mono County, the county’s five supervisors agreed Tuesday.
A 67-year-old San Francisco man, George Kohler, was found dead in Death Valley Tuesday, after a weeklong search. His body was found between the Mesquite Spring campground, here he was last seen, and the Scotty’s Castle Road in Death Valley National Park.
New details have emerged about the 9-year-old Chalfant boy who called 911 March 1 when his mother’s husband broke into the boy’s house and threatened her.
Mono County has been invited to join in a possible mediation process between the Town of Mammoth Lakes and Mammoth Lakes Land Acquisition, according to county staff.
The county’s sheriff department, the GIS department, and the animal control department got the invitation from the Town’s attorneys earlier this month because these departments are considered to be creditors of the Town (they provide services to the Town including dispatch services through the sheriff’s department), county counsel Marshall Rudolph said.
From the first days of training—highlighted by headlong wrecks and time lost trying to coerce my pole straps onto my wrists—my skating has come a very long way. I have also learned some very valuable lessons: Most notably, I have got to replace those fancy Velcro straps on my poles in favor of the traditional, simple loop strap.
Mammoth Lakes resident Joseph Walker pleaded guilty to five felony counts of illegal sexual activity with a minor on Friday, March 9 in a Santa Barbara court, waiving his right to a trial and almost ensuring he serves time in state prison.