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May 13th, 2014

RAW: Crowley Lake man arrested for drunk driving Sunday

May 13, 2014

On Sunday, April 13, 2014, at approximately 6:08 P.M., the California Highway Patrol (CHP) Bishop Communication Center received a 911 call of a possible drunk driver at the Crowley Lake General Store.

A Bridgeport Area CHP officer and sergeant responded and were able to locate the vehicle, a dark colored Toyota Tundra, stopped in the middle of the roadway on the 300 block of Willow Brook Road in Crowley Lake.

May 12th

RAW: Fetus found near Rovana sewer ponds

May 12, 2014

On Friday May 9, the Inyo County Sheriff’s Office was notified that a fetus was discovered in the Rovana housing track sewer ponds, according to the sheriff's department.

According to the medical examiner, the fetus is a male and is believed to be between 12-18 weeks of age.

The Inyo County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in obtaining any information that will assist in information regarding the fetus.

Tips will be anonymous and can be made by calling 760-878-0383.

May 9th

RAW: Scammer asks local businesses for $495 or will shut off power

May 9, 2014

Beware of a telephone call from subject claiming that he/she is employed with SCE using telephone number (760) 600-7023 (Magic Jack) and or using the name of Angel Martinez or any other name.

According to Mammoth Lakes Police, two business owners in town were contacted (by telephone) by a subject named Angel Martinez.

The subject told the business owners that he is with SCE and that their power will be shut off in 55 minutes unless he pays $495.55 by way of Green Dot.

What's open, what's not; latest on local roads, campgrounds

May 9, 2014

Local campgrounds and roads are slowly being cleared of snow and other debris and opened for the season. Below is a summary of the conditions on the Inyo National Forest's facilities and roads. beginning in the northern part of Mono County and ending with the southern half of the county.

May 8th

Grousing about the grouse

May 8, 2014

Forget the roses; it’s the war of the grouse.

It might be hard to understand how a small, chicken-sized bird called the Bi-State sage grouse could trigger so much local and Western states-wide controversy and angst for the past decade—until the whole thing is laid bare in a few words at the local board of supervisors meeting.

Town Council considers woodstove inserts

May 8, 2014

The Town Council on Wednesday night, May 7, was set to consider new timelines for replacing woodstove inserts, after the town’s Board of Realtors raised objections.

Under a new ordinance passed last year, old woodstove inserts are to  be replaced with code compliant stoves, or replaced with pellet stoves, within 60 days of a real estate transaction.

In 10 years, all non-compliant woodstoves in Mammoth are to be replaced, according to the ordinance.

May 7th

Blomgren, Sibert, Wentworth bring different focus points to Town Council campaign

May 8, 2014

As the Town Council campaign for three open seats evolves, the eight candidates have tried hard to hone their core platform planks in advance of the June 3 primary election.

 

Traveling in time with Byng Hunt | Recalls the volatile 1994 Town Council race

May 8, 2014

At the latest Town Council Candidates Forum this past week, Byng Hunt sat alone, time traveling over the past 20 years.

 

Who is Elena Blomgren?

May 8, 2014

A motor sports advocate, road cyclist and climber, Blomgren, 45, began visiting Mammoth as a young girl, staying with her uncle on ski trips.

Who is Karen Sibert?

May 8, 2014

Sibert, 51 and the mother of three daughters and a son, grew up in a U.S. Navy family, mostly in Pacific Grove (Monterey Peninsula) and in Connecticut.

Who is John Wentworth?

May 8, 2014

An Oregon native who grew up in Washington, D.C., Wentworth, 55, is a graduate of Brown University and a skilled project manager, much of it in the film industry, in which he worked with, among others, David Lynch (“Twin Peaks,” “Mulholland Drive”) before moving to Mammoth in 2000.

May 6th

RAW: Two accidents within hour due to deer/vehicle collision

May 6, 2014

On the morning May 5, 2014, California Highway Patrol (CHP) Bridgeport Area investigated two injury traffic collisions involving deer within an hour.

May 5th

What's behind 'Don't feed our bears'

May 5, 2014

In the wake of the third drought spring in a row, Mammoth’s wildlife specialist and “Bear Whisperer” Steve Searles recently made it clear that the party for people who repeatedly leave dumpsters unlocked or otherwise feed Mammoth’s bears and wildlife is over.

“It’s always been voluntary but this year, if you live here, you’ve been warned. I am going to write you a ticket,” he said at a recent Mammoth Lakes Town Council meeting.

Yosemite National Park bans use of drones; officials cite 'negative impacts'

May 5, 2014

Video photographers who have turned to drone technology are no longer welcome to use their tetherless, flying rigs in Yosemite National Park.

May 1st

Tioga Road to open Friday, May 2

May 1, 2014

According to Yosemite National Park, Tioga Road in Yosemite National Park will open for the season at noon tomorrow, Friday, May 2. All facilities along the road, such as rest rooms, are still closed.

Vault toilets are available in several locations along the road. Limited visitor services will be available over the next several weeks.

The May 2 date is the earliest Tioga Road opening since records were kept, beginning in 1980, according to park data.

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