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Police Chief Dan Watson retires, effective Dec. 29

June 26, 2014

After four years of serving in what originally was designed to be a one-year tour, Dan Watson this past week announced his retirement as Chief of the Mammoth Lakes Police Department.

 

RAW: Cars vandalized at local "Park and Ride" lot at 203/395 junction

June 26, 2014

For those carpoolers and others who park in the dirt lot on southbound Hwy 203, across from the chain-up area, please beware that several vehicles have been vandalized, according to the Mono County Sheriff's Department.

On Tuesday, June 24 at approximately 7:15 a.m, a local resident parked a vehicle in the dirt lot for the duration of the day. When they returned to their vehicle around 5 p.m., the driver noticed the front passenger side window had been smashed.

There was a large rock next to the vehicle which is believed to have been used to smash the window.

Mammoth adds Denver to flight schedule; Las Vegas also in mix

June 26, 2014

Mammoth-Yosemite Airport will get air service to and from Denver next winter.

 

Eastern Sierra busy with rescues

June 26, 2014

Man bucked off mule, has to be airlifted out of backcountry

A Bakersfield man who was bucked off a mule and injured had to be airlifted out of the Mt. Whitney area backcountry June 24 after his injuries left him unable to walk.

At about 9:20 a.m., Inyo County Sheriff’s dispatch received notification that a SPOT device had been activated with the approximate coordinates of Little Whitney Meadow, west of Lone Pine, on the west side of the Sierra crest south and west of Mt. Whitney. 

Dan Watson

June 26, 2014

Five years ago, the Mammoth Lakes Police Department and its chief, Randy Schienle, were taking heavy fire.

After two years of controversy, including investigations into four separate incidents and allegations, the chief read an eight-page letter to the Town Council in his own defense, and then resigned shortly thereafter.

Mono pushes Sacto for more movies like "Oblivion"

June 26, 2014

Having lost an opportunity to host another “Oblivion”-type motion picture project and with commercial shoots on the downswing, Mono County is fighting back.

 

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