April 27th, 2012
It might feel roughly the same as any other Opening Day of the fishing season, but it isn’t.
Anticipation for a fishing season hasn’t been this big in a decade.
That big hog of an Alpers trout?
In its 17th year, Mammoth’s Festival of Beers and Bluesapalooza officials recently announced the lineup of blues talent and a grand tasting of craft brews from around the country. The event will take place Friday, Aug. 3, through Sunday, Aug. 5, outdoors among the pines at Sam’s Wood Site.
The Owens River is that big river out east of Mammoth that cuts a fine, green line through the sage and rabbit brush foothills of the Eastern Sierra, rolling along the feet of the mountains like a blue and silver snake.
Mammoth High School 2009 graduate Jess Vint was not perhaps the first student in his class who might have been expected to be successful at anything.
He was, by his own admission, a middling student, a middling athlete, and a middling person.
Fido’s funny about fishing.
He says he likes it, but he doesn’t know why.
After 14 years of pushing and pulling, Mammoth Mountain Ski Area finally landed its Big Congressional Land Battle.
The Mammoth Lakes Planning Commission next month will address a bang-bang issue on how firearms may be sold in Mammoth.
It was not the best way to start the workweek.
Shortly after 7 a.m. on Monday, the Eastern Sierraâ€™s phones blinked out. It left Mammoth and other Eastern Sierra customers with varying degrees of phone and Internet service or none at all.
The Mono County Sheriffâ€™s Department said phone service might be restored by Tuesday at 5 p.m., but phone service was back online much earlier than that. By Tuesday morning, limited phone and Internet access was back
It’s time to put up or shut up for Mammoth in its judgment battle with Mammoth Lakes Land Acquisition, but the town isn’t exactly quite ready to shut up and surrender.
It was pretty much quiet around Our Little Burg in the week ending April 20.
Calls for Service/Officer Observations