It’s a sad day for the communities of Independence and Lone Pine as two of their favorite, long-time residents, Perry and Sally White are moving out of the area. On[…]
I’ve got good friends who live in Oakland, Calif., Jean and Otis Segers. I met them long ago at the now-defunct San Francisco Blues Festival. Until now, I’ve never been[…]
For more than 200 years, every schoolboy and schoolgirl in America has learned that our government has three branches in Washington, DC—the legislative, executive and judicial—each designed to complement and[…]
There must be something in the water, or it’s the early stages of zombification, but kids are lining up to read and take tests. Actual paper books, not on a[…]
Locals and visitors to participate in pilgrimage from Mono to Owens Lake.
Frontier Communications to take over Verizon landlines, internet, and TV service.
Mammoth’s Festival of Beers and Bluesapalooza turns 20 this weekend. When I asked event founder Sam Walker if he ever envisioned it going so long and getting so big, he[…]
The Sheet received a tip this week that California-based, members-only airline Surf Air is looking at Mammoth Lakes as one of several potential destinations as it expands its flight offerings.[…]
Fueling our own economic destiny Dear Editor, As the new Director of the Bishop Paiute Development Corporation and a Bishop Paiute citizen, I am writing to correct misinformation in Mike[…]