The Feb. 27 issue of the Mammoth Times is now on news racks throughout the Eastern Sierra, as well as in the mail for subscribers.
This week's paper is loaded.
We look at the future of snowmaking at the June Mountain Ski Area; how high school kids can get a tuition break to the University of Nevada, Reno; and a fascinating tale of a Long Beach-to-Reno bus that had mechanical difficulties, resulting in the carbon monoxide poisoning that sickened many of its passengers.
The inside pages feature, among other things, a story about how Mammoth can be friendlier to bicyclists, and which U.S. Forest roads may re-open as the Inyo takes a second look at the road system.
A pet kitty was wounded by an unknown assailant using a BB gun; a new bill is before Congress to create a coherent national firefighting fund; and Mammoth Ski racers are off to the U18 National Championships in Colorado.
All that, plus our usual features such extensive classified ads, the "Our View" editorial, and the Police Blotter, is on news racks now for 50 cents a copy.
An E-Edition version, in PDF format, is available for the same single-issue paper price of 50 cents, along with a subscription offer that includes discount options .
Have a great week, everybody, and we'll touch base again on March 6 with a new edition of the Mammoth Times.
Thanks for reading, everybody, and have a great week.