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April 1st

Mammoth Mountain promotes Cohen

April 1, 2013

 

As Vice President, he will oversee Human Resources

Mammoth Mountain Ski Area CEO Rusty Gregory announced this week Ron Cohen has been promoted to the position of Vice President, Human Resources and Administration. 

This newly created job adds the critical function of Human Resources to Cohen’s existing portfolio of responsibilities, Gregory said in a news release. 

What's Up, Up Here? Mar. 29 - Apr. 5

April 1, 2013

 

The lineup for next August’s Bluesapaloozais in, with Joan Osborneand John Hammondheadlining, along with a spate of other wowsers. Festival is Aug 1-4in case you forgot. ...

New at Mammoth Mountain is brand-man Neil Sogard, a veteran ski industry insider, whose brother, Eric, just so happens to be a second baseman for the Oakland Athletics. …

March 29th

RAW: Forest service seeks public input on new forest plan April 4

March 29, 2013

The Inyo National Forest surrounds the entire town of Mammoth Lakes and contains almost all of the Eastern Sierra within its borders, including most of the trails, roads, ski resorts and other recreational facilities locals and visitors use.

That is why revising an old management plan for the forest, which is underway as of this month, is such a big undertaking—and that is why forest officials are asking for public input about how to do it, with a public meeting on April 4 in Bishop.

Cook second—by one-hundreth of a second—in Super G Nationals at Squaw Valley

March 29, 2013

 

Ross wins at Squaw, Mancuso third

Mammoth Olympic ski racer Stacey Cook ran a great race last week at Squaw Valley, but came up short by the merest of margins.

Racing on Friday, March 22, Cook crossed the line just one one-hundreth of a second behind winner Laurenne Ross.

Village Championships down to final races on April 10

March 29, 2013

 

Veterans show up big in penultimate race

Some might say winter disappears with the vernal equinox, others may pinpoint Easter.

But in Mammoth, spring doesn’t happen until the racers in the Village Championships are through with their business, and that means April 10 this year.

Ski Patrol Appreciation Day set

March 29, 2013

 

April 6 barbeque marks seven years since Mammoth tragedy

It has been seven years, but for those who were in Mammoth on that day, April 6 will always be indelibly—and tragically—marked.

Biathlon heaven at Mammoth Mountain

March 29, 2013

 

Perfect conditions for Sixth Annual race

While Eastern Sierra and California athletes filled the Mammoth Biathlon racing rosters, a pair of elite athletes from New Hampshire and Washington dominated the top tier of the competition last weekend.

Katrina Howe, a New England biathlete, and Casey Smith, from Winthrop, Wash., took the top elite spots on Sunday, March 24, at the sixth annual Mammoth Winter Biathlon.

Winter could hit again, just in time for spring

March 29, 2013

 

A large high-pressure ridge is breaking down

Just in time for spring, winter weather could come back.

For the past three months, almost every storm heading to the Eastern Sierra didn’t.

Instead, blocked by a persistent and massive high-pressure ridge, the storms have funneled east, keeping California high and dry and giving the Great Plains and eastern United States a winter to remember.

China dust storm hits Eastern Sierra

March 29, 2013

 

Last Friday’s terrible air quality was due to a huge dust storm that arose in China’s Gobi Desert

Last Friday, the Mammoth Times stated on its website that the poor air that day was due to a prescribed burn near Tom’s Place.

It seemed the logical explanation, since we had just received a press release about the burn that morning.

June Lakers won’t drop land swap case

March 29, 2013

 

MMSA now says land trade is on backburner, residents push back

Some June Lake residents are still frustrated over June Mountain Ski Area’s uncertain future and they were not assuaged this past week when they discovered that a proposed land trade had been assigned to a Congressional committee for review—without their knowing.

March 28th

Suspects at large after possible burglary attempt in Walker

March 28, 2013

There are no suspects in a possible attempted burglary in Walker that occurred Tuesday, March 19, and the Mono County Sheriff’s department wants local residents to remember to lock their doors and be alert.

The call about the possible burglary came in at about 11:30 a.m., according to a sheriff’s department news release.

“Deputies were dispatched to Walker for the report of two unknown suspects, dressed in dark clothing, who had entered a residence through an unlocked door,” the news release stated.

Mammoth cops bust 17-year-old in robbery case

March 28, 2013

A 17-year-old Mammoth resident is facing robbery charges after allegedly holding up a pair of 12-year-old skateboarders at a bus stop.

The suspect, whose name was not released by the MLPD, was taken to the Juvenile Detention Facility in Independence following his arrest.

According to a news release distributed by the MLPD, the crime occurred on Saturday, March 23.

The victims were waiting at the stop in front of the Mammoth Lakes Rite Aid when the suspect approached and demanded money and threatened to take their skateboards if they didn’t comply.

March 27th

Council eyes Mayor Lehman’s San Diego trip

March 27, 2013

 

Taxpayers absorb $199 expense

After years of arguing over hundred of thousands of dollars—millions, even—the Mammoth Town Council this past week dealt with a much more manageable expense item of $199.

Hennarty resigns housing post

March 27, 2013

 

Joins Inyo County as Deputy CAO

Pam Hennarty, who since 2004 has led the push for affordable housing in Mammoth, announced her resignation as Executive Director of Mammoth Lakes Housing, Inc, effective April 12.

Hennarty made the announcement at the March 11 MLH Board of Directors meeting, and iterated her announcement at the Mammoth Town Council meeting on Wednesday, March 20.

Crowley Lake proposes 10-year growth plan

March 27, 2013

 

Residents prioritize list of projects, library is number one

Crowley Lake has set the bar high for community facilities in the past several years, adding a community center, a community garden, and other facilities.

This week, the community set the bar even higher, asking permission from the county supervisors on a plan for a new library, with other projects to follow in the next 10 years.

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