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FAQS For COVID-19 Fishing while in Mammoth Lakes Area

BY MEGHAN MIRANDAFISHING Although Mammoth Lakes is still asking future visitors to abide by the state’s stay-at-home order, the town is looking forward to welcoming anglers back to recreate in our beloved mountains soon. As restrictions are slowly lifted, here are the answers to some frequently asked questions about fishing in Mammoth Lakes and the surrounding […]

 
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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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Today/4-23: UCEOC, Mammoth Hospital and Mono County Health Officer, Dr. Boo Conduct Comm. Mtg.

UCEOC, Mammoth Hospital and Mono County Health Officer, Dr. Boo Conduct Community Meeting Today (April 23) Join representatives from the Unified Command Emergency Operations Center, Mammoth Hospital and Mono County Health Officer, Dr. Boo, this Thursday, April 23 beginning at 5:30 p.m. in a community conversation to learn more about the spread of the coronavirus, […]

 
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Grocery Outlet in Mammoth Lakes Closed due to coronavirus yesterday, Reopened Today

Update: Grocery Outlet in Mammoth Lakes Closed due to coronavirus yesterday, Reopened Today Grocery Outlet in Mammoth Lakes posted the following on its Facebook website yesterday, April 2: Unfortunately, we had to close our store today (4/02) here in Mammoth due to one of our employees testing positive for COVID-19. The employee is at home, […]

 
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Updated Post: COVID-19: Mono Becomes California’s Most Highly Infected County per Capita

In addition to the excellent article submitted by Avo Nesesian, Sierra Wave was given permission to post the following link to another excellent article  on the same topic by journalist/writer Monica Prelle: The coronavirus may hit ski towns harder than urban areas. MAMMOTH LAKES, Calif. — Just over two weeks ago Mammoth Mountain Ski Area […]

 
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Inyo County now has two confirmed positive COVID-19 cases

3-27 Update: Please note that unfortunately these stats will increase. See article published 3-27 and future stories for additional cases. Inyo County now has two confirmed positive COVID-19 cases (March 26, 2020) Inyo County’s Public Health Officer, Dr. James Richardson, has received two notifications over the past three days from the Northern Inyo Hospital District […]

 
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Latest Monday Media Conference Call with NIHD

On Monday’s media conference call with NIHD Rural Health Director, Dr. Stacey Brown, gave those of us in the local news media the latest update on COVID-19 in the Bishop and Inyo County area. He assured us that “Inyo County still does not have anyone who has tested positive for the coronavirus.” Although there has […]

 
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