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Mono County Issues Indoor Mask Order Following Increase in Local COVID-19 Cases

Press Release August 3, 2021 – Dr. Richard O. Johnson, Acting Public Health Officer for Mono County, has issued a Local Health Order (Order) requiring the use of face coverings (masks) for both vaccinated and unvaccinated residents and visitors within indoor public spaces in Mono County and the Town of Mammoth Lakes.  The Order goes into […]

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Mammoth Unveils Community Center Rehab Project

TOWN UNVEILS COMMUNITY CENTER REHABILITATION PROJECT Mammoth Lakes, CA – The Town Council and members of the Recreation  Commission celebrated the completion of the Community Center Rehabilitation Project at a ribbon cutting ceremony on November 6, 2019. “The Parks and Recreation Department is so proud of this makeover and excited to showcase this valued recreation amenity to […]

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Thursday update on SCE’s PSPS

From the Town of Mammoth Lakes Below is a message from the Southern California Edison Liaison Officer regarding the Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) program. The primary source for outage information in Mono County is the dedicated Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) page on the Mono County website. Data for this updated page that includes […]

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Mono County gets a taste of SCE’s PSPS

By Deb Murphy When Southern California Edison introduced its Public Safety Power Shutdown policy, it sounded almost do-able. But when the winds picked up Monday afternoon, reality came home to roost. Power was shut down from Mammoth south at 1 p.m. leaving 14,750 customers without juice. Some power was back up by Monday evening and […]

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The ‘skeets are coming – populations expected to rise

Inyo County OVMAP news release Protect Yourself From Mosquitos As Populations Are Expected To Rise Extensive water spreading due to high runoff conditions has increased the number of biting mosquitoes in our communities.  Recently we have been finding excessive numbers of Culex tarsalis, or Western Encephalitis Mosquitos, in our traps during routine surveillance.  These mosquitos […]

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Be careful with fireworks – high winds expected

New release The Bishop Fire Department Expects High Winds on the 4th of July Be careful with your fireworks  Bishop— 7/2/2018 —The Bishop Fire Department is reminding everyone to be safe with fireworks this 4th of July Holiday. The National Weather Service is expecting high winds on Wednesday the 4th , in and around Inyo County. The […]

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It’s that time for fire restrictions, burn-permit suspensions

BLM announces seasonal fire restrictions for public lands managed by Bishop Field Office BISHOP, Calif. –The Bureau of Land Management will implement fire restrictions for public lands managed by the Bishop Field Office in Inyo and Mono counties beginning Monday, July 2. The restrictions will remain in effect until further notice. “These seasonal restrictions are […]

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Sally Martin: 1961-2018

Sally Martin 1961-2018 Sally Martin was born in San Bernardino CA. on October 28, 1961 and passed away at her home on April 18, 2018. Sally was one of two daughters born to Mary Reush and William Elko. She is survived by both parents and Sister Susan Adams. Sally was a graduate of University of […]

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Eastern Sierra Chamber Orchestra performs this weekend

Press release Friday, December 15, 2017, 7:30 PM. St, Joseph’s Church, Mammoth Lakes.  Enjoy a free program of classical and holiday favorites with the Eastern Sierra Chamber Orchestra performing Grieg’s Piano Concerto, (Ari Schuldt, soloist) and Nutcracker excerpts. CMU’s Honors Strings perform holiday selections, including Corelli’s “Christmas Concerto”. Sunday, December 17, 2017, 4:00PM.  Cerro Coso […]

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