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Forest Service asks: ‘How are we doing?’

August 14, 2012

As crews from the Inyo National Forest implement the controversial Travel Management Decision, they are asking residents to check and double-check their work.
As part of the Travel Management ruling, Forest Service personnel have been at work this summer closing routes that were not included in the Inyo National Forests’s system of roads, and rehabilitating the roads that were.

Mono fire at 13,500 acres

August 14, 2012

More than 500 firefighters were battling a wildfire yesterday that had scorched 13,500 acres near Mono Lake.
As of Monday morning, those firefighters looked to be gaining a cautious upper hand on the Indian Fire, which was reported to be 70 percent contained.
According to the U.S. Forest Service, the fire broke out southeast of Mono Lake, north of State Route 120 around 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8. The fire was started by a lightning strike during summer thunderstorms in the area.

Indy’s Pines Cafe as tourist attraction?

August 14, 2012

Independence resident Jack Pound proposed a plan for the old Pines Cafe to the Board of Supervisors Tuesday in hopes of ensuring the building is not demolished. His goal is to prevent yet another vacant lot on Edwards Street (U.S. 395) in the county seat.
Pound said he would like to see the county team up with the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, which owns the building and property, to transform the long-closed, boarded-up restaurant into a new visitor center and museum.

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