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(UPDATE 8/22: 11am) Beach Fire | Mono County | 85% Containment | Forest Closure Order

Update August 22 at 11:00 a.m.: Forest Closure Order Beach Fire Update From August 20, 2020 10:00 am Size: 3,780 acres (estimated) Containment: 85% Location: Southeast of Mono Lake Fuels: Sagebrush Cause: Lightning Update: Fire activity remains minimal. Today crews will continue to mop up by removing hotspots near the fire’s edge to further secure […]

 
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Mono County PHO issues COVID-19 Contact Tracing Cooperation order

This public health order, coming just before the Governor’s reinstatement of the Stay-At-Home order and pull-back from the reopening of many businesses throughout the state, emphasizes the importance of those testing positive for COVID-19 and those with whom they may have had contact to cooperate with local public health authorities to limit the spread of […]

 
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Responding to the Census Will Help Plan Health Care Programs in Mono County for the Next Decade

(US Census – July 13,2020) MONO COUNTY! BE COUNTED! MAKE A DIFFERENCE! As of today, only 19.1 percent of Mono County households have responded to the 2020 Census. The statewide average is 63.2 percent. Results from the 2020 Census underway now will help local and state officials plan funding for Mono County health care services […]

 
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Death at Upper Twin Lake in Mono County

Mono County Sheriff Press Release-Death at Upper Twin Lake On July 8, 2020, at approximately 7:52 am, California Highway Patrol (CHP), Mono County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) and Mono County Emergency Medical Service (EMS) personnel were dispatched to Upper Twin Lakes regarding a vehicle in the lake. It was reported that the vehicle possibly had two […]

 
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Mammoth Police Activity Logs | June 22 to 28, 2020

Ever wonder what our local police are dealing with on a 24/7-hour basis? It’s not exactly “Hawaii 5 0” or even “Mammoth Lakes 5 0” for that matter. Mostly, they’re keeping the peace and safeguarding the community. They do that by making welfare inquiries to make sure someone is okay, dealing with animal issues from […]

 
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As of June 18 – State of Inyo Roads and Campgrounds: What’s Open? Closed?

With the July 4th weekend on the horizon, many travelers planning to go camping are still finding it hard to get information on which campgrounds are open, which are closed, and when will those still closed, be opened. (From USFS) More campgrounds are opening in the Lee Vining Canyon, Rock Creek, Bishop Creek, and Whitney […]

 
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Local BLM Protest Detractors spread falsehoods; ”Rumors were not true,” says local law enforcement

A few local detractors of the “Black Lives Matter” movement sought to sow fear and upset before protests scheduled in Bishop and Mammoth Lakes using social media platforms. The hope was apparently to “mobilize groups” to “counter the protests” and prepare locals to, in some cases, “lock and load.” Even now, days after the protests, […]

 
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