This week's Mammoth Times contains the latest overage of the Fourth of July Crowley Lake Fireworks Show (it's good to go!), plus coverage of the spat that the Mammoth Lakes Town Council began with the Mono County Board of Supervisors over the same subject.
The Jan. 23, 2014, edition is available on news racks throughout the Eastern Sierra and near the service desk at Vons. For those out of the area, the paper can be downloaded straight to your smart phone, tablet or desktop computer by purchasing or subscribing to our E-edition, a handy way to read the paper, complete with display and classified advertising.
This week's paper alo features a Page 1 story about Woolly's Tube Park; a rundown on the flu epidemic that is sweeping the area; and a news analysis on what issues are associated with a possible placement of the yellow-legged frog and Yosemite toad on the Endangered Species list.
In sports, there is coverage of John Teller's skicross victory in France, which earned him an Olympic berth, as well as the Olympic qualifying halfpipe performances by local riders Greg Bretz and Kelly Clark, both of whom are making return trips to the Olympic Games.
In other Mono County news, Mono County Supervisor Tim Alpers is making a strong push to revitalize June Lake, while in science news, the drugs Cipro and Levaquin get a long look from local doctors and athletes.
These stories, along with our standard features such as the Our View editorial, Letters to the Editor, and Fido & Me, are on news racks now for fifty cents a copy. An E-Edition version, in PDF format, is available for the same single-issue paper, along with a subscription offer that includes discount options
Have a great week, everybody, and we'll touch base again on Jan. 30 with a new edition of the Mammoth Times.