Archive - Jun 10, 2013
“I’m home, I’m home, thank Dog Almighty, I’m home!”
“Fido, you might have that ‘Dog Almighty’ thing turned around, but I get your point. It’s good to be back, isn’t it?”
“It felt like I was gone a year. That’s seven years to you, and that’s a long time. I thought I’d never ever get back here!”
“Surely, though, you enjoyed various adventures on your dog-cation.”
“Most of them were bad.”
A frozen berry product called Townsend Farms Organic Anti-oxidant Blend sold at many regional stores, including Costco, is at the heart of a Hepatitis A outbreak affecting six victims in California, two in Reno, and many others across several states.
So far, there have been four families from Mono County and one family from Inyo County that are known to have been exposed to the product, but there have been no outbreaks of the illness in the Eastern Sierra, according to local health officials.
As many as 48 helicopter flights a day near the Rush Creek trailhead in June Lake will be needed to repair an Southern California Edison tram that is currently used by SCE employees to get to hydroelectric projects in the mountains of the Rush Creek drainage.
According to the Inyo National Forest, the bulk of the flights will occur between July 10 and Sept. 9.
The project is expected to be completed by October. The average number of flights per day during this time will be about 25, according to the forest service.