The March 13 edition of the Mammoth Times is on news racks and in the mail.
This week, we take a look at the Mammoth real estate situation. Mammoth is on the brink of a surge in the market, reports Wendilyn Grasseschi in a P. 1 lead story.
Also this week, we report on Mono County Supervisor Tim Fesko’s legislative trip to Washington, D.C., where he ran into all kinds of interesting situations, including a snowstorm that shut down the federal government. George Shirk reports from Bridgeport.
Inside, out staff looks at the sorry state of the Sierra Center Mall; lists the eight (!) candidates for Town Council in the June 3 election and the five candidates for the Mono Board of Supes, plus a rundown of the start of the running season.
All that, plus our usual features such extensive classified ads, the "Our View" editorial, and the Police Blotter, is on news racks now for 50 cents a copy.
An E-Edition version, in PDF format, is available for the same single-issue paper price of 50 cents, along with a subscription offer that includes discount options.
Have a great week, everybody, and we'll touch base again on March 20 with a new edition of the Mammoth Times.
Thanks for reading, and have a great week in the last days of “official” winter.
— The Editors