Archive | May, 2011

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Dennis Mattinson’s Weather Forecast

Forecast: The Owens Valley, Mammoth and Mono County Provided by Dennis Mattinson, Eastern Sierra Weather Forecaster Sierra Wave Radio – TV – Online News www.easternsierraforecast.com TUESDAY 31- MAY-2011, 6:59 AM PDT Shortwave ridging today with dry but windy weather in-store for us. Some cirrus will spread over the district today ahead of a cool upper […]

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What’s happening in Mono County

For years now, I have consistently heard from people about Mammoth this, and Mammoth that. There has been a “them versus us” mentality for years, whether justified or not. Mammoth is only ~4 square miles out of ~3200 in the County yet they have had up to ~75% of the population. With 3 Supervisors representing […]

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$40 million debt takes bigger role in Mammoth budget deliberations

In the new agenda bill for the Mammoth Town Council meeting Wednesday, the budget discussion now involves Mammoth Lakes Land Acquisition unlike earlier budget documents that never mentioned them. MLLA is the company that holds the $40 million airport lawsuit judgment. At an earlier budget meeting the town manager said MLLA had concerns about decisions […]

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Broncos have tough road in CIF-SS semis

Some cool high-school sports history possibly awaits members of the Bishop Union High School or the Oxford Academy (Cypress) baseball teams. The No. 4-seeded Broncos and the top-seeded, two-time defending champion Patriots will meet Tuesday in the Division 6 semifinals of the CIF-Southern Section Ford Championships at Oxford Academy (3:15 first pitch). Both teams have […]

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Thank you to all who gave their lives

The staff at Sierra Wave wishes to give our heartfelt thanks to all of those who gave their lives for our country and its principles. We thank the families who also sacrificed. We felt the beautiful image of our American flag which flies in Big Pine, photographed by local artist Andrew Kirk, appropriately symbolizes the […]

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Mules, spring skiing, concerts, art, Vietnam Vet Wall – we gotcha covered!

From mules to frozen-T-shirt contests and the traveling Vietnam Veteran Wall,  the Eastern Sierra has the holiday covered. First mules. Bishop’s 42nd Mule Days event features mule shows, concerts, an art show and all kinds of music. The Mule Days Parade happens Saturday morning at 10am. The 20-mule team rides as the grand marshall this […]

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Cottonwood Plaza closes escrow

The sale of Cottonwood Plaza in Bishop, vacant for several years, closed escrow Thursday morning. Real estate agents on both sides of the sale confirmed closure. This news means  likely revitalization of a once major shopping area in Bishop. Stan Smith of Pleasant Valley Associates, who represents seller Lee Crosby, confirmed escrow closure. Stacy Bardfield […]

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May 24th – Dennis Mattinson’s Weather Forecast

Forecast: The Owens Valley, Mammoth and Mono County Provided by Dennis Mattinson, Eastern Sierra Weather Forecaster Sierra Wave Radio – TV – Online News www.easternsierraforecast.com TUESDAY 24- MAY-2011, 6:53 AM PDT Shortwave ridging today with dry weather in-store for us. Some cirrus will spread over the district today ahead of a a trof moving in […]

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