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Details of Maloff center at Barton subject of talk
  • Unlikely basketball star recalls her glory days

    By Linda Fine Conaboy Maybe some of you know South Lake Tahoe resident Maureen Stuhlman who is employed as the city’s vacation home investigator. Maybe not. Perhaps a few readers know about Immaculata University in Malvern, Pa., just outside of Philly. There is even a chance that some have seen the movie “The Mighty Mac,” […]

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  • Tahoe-Truckee digs out before next big dump

    By Peter Hecht, Sacramento Bee Brian Santos felt conflicting currents of emotion Saturday after historic winter storms dumped a bounty of snow on the northern Sierra Nevada – a region dependent on winter tourism and also vulnerable to the heartache such storms can bring. At the Truckee Donner Lodge, where Santos was working as day […]

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  • Elected officials forced off CTC board

    By Terra Breeden The California Tahoe Conservancy’s special meeting on Jan. 13 was primarily to discuss the conflict of interest that has arisen within its regime. The conflict has specifically targeted board members Tom Davis of South Lake Tahoe and Sue Novasel of El Dorado County, who had been on the CTC board as elected […]

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  • Details of Maloff center at Barton subject of talk

    Chris Proctor of Barton Health on Jan. 25 will talk about how the Robert Maloff Center of Excellence is changing the face of healthcare locally by moving from a reactive healthcare model based on treating illness/injury, to a proactive model using prevention and education. The Robert Maloff Center of Excellence will house orthopedics, rehabilitation, sports performance […]

  • Tahoe Tails — Adoptable Pets in South Lake Tahoe

    Conrado is a cute 5-year-old Pomeranian mixed with Chihuahua or maybe Papillon — who knows! He was brought to Tahoe by a rescue group along with several other nice dogs to find their forever homes. Conrado is sweet and gentle, loves to wag his tail, and likes other dogs. He has beautiful long white and […]

  • Unlikely basketball star recalls her glory days

    By Linda Fine Conaboy Maybe some of you know South Lake Tahoe resident Maureen Stuhlman who is employed as the city’s vacation home investigator. Maybe not. Perhaps a few readers know about Immaculata University in Malvern, Pa., just outside of Philly. There is even a chance that some have seen the movie “The Mighty Mac,” […]

  • Opinion: Quantifying the American dream

    By David Leonhardt, New York Times The phrase “American dream” was invented during the Great Depression. It comes from a popular 1931 book by the historian James Truslow Adams, who defined it as “that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone.” In the decades that followed, […]

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