Archive | April, 2020

Death Penalty

Mono County D.A. decides to not seek death penalty in People v. Correa-Vasquez

Mono County D.A. decides to not seek death penalty in People v. Correa-Vasquez After a three year investigation, on January 30, 2020, the Mono County District Attorney’s Office, with the assistance of the Mammoth Lakes Police Department,  and the Mono County Sheriff’s Department, arrested 28 year-old Josue Adalberto Corea-Vasquez of Mammoth Lakes for the 2016 […]

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Dr. Kevin Flanigan Dismissed as CEO by NIHD Board

Originally intended to serve as the Northern Inyo Healthcare District’s Chief Medical, Chief Operations and Chief Information Officer, Dr.Kevin S. Flanigan, MD MBA, was named Acting CEO in September of 2015 following the departure of former CEO Victoria Alexander-Lane. He then served for five months as the Interim CEO on Oct. 21, 2015, before being […]

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do not drink bleach

NO…do not drink bleach to disinfect your body from the Coronavirus!

(Article revised 4/30/2020) You would think that no one would seriously contemplate drinking chlorine bleach, but after a U.S. President’s remarks at a COVID-19 press conference at the White House, some did*  hundreds reportedly called states’ COVID-19 Helplines asking about it. No, it does not cure the coronavirus, or cure autism or cancer. It is […]

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4 th of July fireworks

Mammoth Lakes Cancels Fourth of July Festivities

MAMMOTH LAKES, CA (April 27, 2020) – Due to the timing uncertainty for the modification or lifting of the Governor’s unprecedented Stay At Home Order, along with the state’s subsequent mitigation measures for special events, the Town of Mammoth Lakes and the Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce have made the difficult decision to cancel this […]

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Robbery at Lee's Frontier in Lone Pine

Sheriff asks for help on burglary in Lone Pine

Public’s assistance requested to help identify burglar in Lone Pine at Lee’s Frontier Liquor & Deli & Gas (Update: According to store manager, the burglary took place at 2:50 a.m.) Early this morning Lee’s Frontier in Lone Pine was the victim of a commercial burglary. The man seen in the security cameras below stole a […]

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“Virtual Manzanar Pilgrimage” in lieu of traditional Pilgrimage

LOS ANGELES — On April 21, the Manzanar Committee announced that, in lieu of the traditional Manzanar Pilgrimage, held annually at the Manzanar National Historic Site, this year’s program will be a “Virtual Manzanar Pilgrimage,” to be released on the Committee’s web site on Saturday, April 25, 2020 (and can now be watch online by clicking link above.) […]

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Coronavirus: Six Added Symptoms List from CDC

LATEST GUIDELINES FROM CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL: SIX NEW SYMPTOMS ADDED Chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat and a loss of taste or smell. Those are the six new symptoms the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cautioned could be signs of the coronavirus. The additions come as health experts’ understanding of the confounding disease evolves. […]

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CHP Says to Slow Down…You Move Too Fast!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  April 22, 2020 Less Highway Congestion During Stay-At-Home Orders Not a License to Speed CHP Citations Jump by 87% for Violators Speeding More Than 100 mph  SACRAMENTO — Caltrans announced today a joint effort with the California Highway Patrol (CHP) and the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) to urge drivers in […]

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