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March 20th, 2012
Mono County has been invited to join in a possible mediation process between the Town of Mammoth Lakes and Mammoth Lakes Land Acquisition, according to county staff.
The county’s sheriff department, the GIS department, and the animal control department got the invitation from the Town’s attorneys earlier this month because these departments are considered to be creditors of the Town (they provide services to the Town including dispatch services through the sheriff’s department), county counsel Marshall Rudolph said.
Mammoth Lakes resident Joseph Walker pleaded guilty to five felony counts of illegal sexual activity with a minor on Friday, March 9 in a Santa Barbara court, waiving his right to a trial and almost ensuring he serves time in state prison.
Residents of Mammoth Lakes won't have much of a municipal election on June 5.
We live in the Bermuda Triangle.
Of communications, that is.
Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory, along with the rest of the marketing staff, this season have been fielding calls from Southern Californians who are wondering where the heck the billboards went.
Out of sight, out of mind.
The Mammoth Lakes Foundation this week announced the initial list of world-class chefs who have agreed to participate in the 2012 Mammoth Food & Wine Experience on July 6 and 7.
Support Mammoth Lakes eighth graders
The community is invited to support Mammoth Middle School’s eighth-grade class to go to its annual Museum of Tolerance trip.
A 74-year-old Topaz man died after he drove his car into Topaz Lake for unexplained reasons, then drowned before rescuers could get to him.
Rusty Gregory, the CEO of Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, visited the Town Council Wednesday to clarify his decision to lay off 75 year-round workers last week.
The year that winter never ended turned into the year with no winter at all.
Mammoth High School graduate receives praise
Ryan Davis, a 2006 Mammoth High School graduate, was deployed to Afghanistan in September 2011 as a Navy corpsman stationed with 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines from 29 Palms, Calif.
A nine-year-old Chalfant boy called 911 late last week to alert law enforcement that a man had broken into his home and was threatening his mother, according to Mono County Sheriff’s officials.
Michael Raimondo running for Town Council
Michael Raimondo, owner of Old New York Deli & Bagel Co. in the Village, is running for Town Council. He pulled the papers this week.