Mammoth Lakes Tourism and its boss, John Urdi, got a clean bill of health from the Mono County Grand Jury this past month.
Nobody likes Dr. No.
We would like to take time out this week to welcome all the athletes and their friends and family who will be at the Kamikaze Bike Games this coming weekend.
For the past few years, Mammoth’s Town Council has slowly but surely been outsourcing some of its direct supervision over town functions to a variety of non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
We keep hearing the same thing, over and over again.
“I sure hope it snows.” “We need it to snow, or I’m going to have to sell the business.” “The market isn’t going to come back until it snows.”
Robin Williams’ death disturbed the world on Monday, Aug. 11.
Media outlets around the state, nation and world were reporting on the news and our Facebook feed blew up with people expressing their emotions.
As is quite obvious by now, the Mammoth Times has a new suit of clothes.
It’s going to take a little bit of time to get comfortable with our new look, both from our end and yours. But we are confident that we’ll adjust quickly, and that our readers will, too.
There is a world of difference between 29 years old and 30.
We bring this up because on Aug. 15, The Town of Mammoth Lakes will vault from its impetuous 20s over the magic timeline to 30.
We’d like to congratulate Mono County Supervisor Fred Stump and the Wilderness Society’s Sally Miller for keeping us up to date on what could be another head-on collision between the federal government and Mono County.