Archive - Jul 9, 2013
A Crowley Lake woman, Debra Ray, who was arrested earlier this spring on suspicion of embezzling money from the Crowley Lake Community Water District (she was a board member of the district) was in the Mono County Superior Court on Wednesday, July 3, for a preliminary hearing, according to Mono County District Attorney Tim Kendall.
The taking of evidence and argument was presented over a three day period, Kendall said in an email.
On the evening of Saturday, July 6, Mono County Sheriffâ€™s dispatch received a call regarding two overdue climbers in the Laurel Mountain area.
A couple, ages 31 and 32, from Oakland, were climbing the Northeast Gully of Laurel Mountain when they failed to return from their climb and were reported overdue by friends.
At approximately 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 6, the Mono County Sheriff Search and Rescue (SAR) team was called out to search for the overdue climbers.
Evan Podsiad in L.A. hospital, awaiting heart transplant
Evan Podsiad needs a heart.
The 13-year-old Mammoth student, whose passion for jazz music catapulted him into Mammoth High School’s Advanced Jazz Band at the age of 12, currently is in Los Angeles awaiting a heart transplant.
Meanwhile, in Mammoth, Jazz Jubilee producers Ken and Flossie Coulter are putting the finishing touches on a fundraiser July 13 at Sam’s Woodsite, called “The Beat Goes On for Evan Benefit Fundraiser.”