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Mammoth's running culture reaches 10 years old

May 27, 2011

Deena started it all.

A decade ago, the then-Deena Drossin came charging out of the University of Arkansas and scooted up to Mammoth to train.

Overnight, given her dazzling performances around the world, Mammoth in the summer wasn’t just about fishing and camping.

It’s hard to imagine what might have happened around here had Deena chosen a different path. She won in London and Chicago.

No one here will ever forget watching her bronze-medal finish at the Athens Olympics in 2004, tears streaming down her face as she crossed the finish line.

Hispanic community, police, shake hands at Mammoth Town Hall

May 27, 2011

It was unprecedented for Mammoth.

More than 100 Hispanic citizens showed up to meet and greet Mammoth’s police Wednesday night at the Village Lodge, creating a bridge between the officers and the community.

They also heard from about a dozen other people, from recreation director Stuart Brown to Alejandro Celorio Alacantara, who made the trip from Sacramento and represented the Mexican Consulate.

What's up, Up Here? News and gossip for May 27-June 2

May 27, 2011

It’s almost as big as Opening Day on Mammoth Mountain: Rock Creek Resort Pie in the Sky returns this weekend. Kathy Johnson puts in her vote for Cheddar Pear, but she might be too busy with her mega garage sale to get there. ...

Deena Kastor is prepping for the New York Mini 10K on June 11. It’ll be her first race since her pregnancy. Yes, little Piper is going, too, on her first airplane trip. Andrew Kastor rides along for fatherly support. For Deena, all roads lead to London 2012 and she ain’t kidding. ...

Buttermilk Fire is now out, roads open

May 27, 2011

The Buttermilk Fire is now 100% contained and the roads into the area have been re-opened. There is access to all of the bouldering areas and camping is allowed on national forest land. As a reminder, a Campfire Permit is required for all campfires, BBQs and stoves.

Crews are still assigned to the Buttermilk Fire and they are working to put out any hotspots that remain in the burn area as they do a general mop-up from the fire. Over 120 people are still assigned to the fire.

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