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  • Sanford found guilty in Swanson murder

    By Kathryn Reed Nearly 34 years after Richard Swanson was murdered, the killer has been convicted. On April 23, the eight-woman, four-man jury found Andrew Sanford guilty on all counts. In all likelihood Sanford, 52, will be spending the rest of his life in prison. Swanson was 16 when he was murdered Aug. 14, 1980, […]

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  • TVES to be home of transitional K program

    By Kathryn Reed After much discontent from parents, Lake Tahoe Unified School District listened. It was decided Tuesday that Tahoe Valley Elementary School would house the transitional kindergarten program starting in the fall. At the March 29 school board meeting staff had proposed the program be at the defunct Al Tahoe school site. Having it […]

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  • Turn off electronic devices for the kids’ sake

    By Patti Neighmond, NPR It’s not just kids who are overdoing screen time. Parents are often just as guilty of spending too much time checking smartphones and e-mail — and the consequences for their children can be troubling. Dr. Jenny Radesky is a pediatrician specializing in child development. When she worked at a clinic in […]

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  • ‘Maniac’ needs some work

    By Jeremy Miller “Maniac” is one of the quirkiest little horror flicks I’ve come across on Netflix. It stars Elijah Wood, Nora Arnezeder and America Olivo. Frank (Wood) is a lonely mannequin shop owner with an oversized bag of issues (after all, he owns a mannequin shop). He’s troubled mostly due to the fact that […]

  • Nev. Tahoe specialty plates fund environmental projects

    Approximately $350,000 was generated last year from the purchase of Nevada Lake Tahoe license plates. The money is being awarded to nine projects. Projects include: Tahoe East Shore Express – a Tahoe Transportation District project – supports f transit services between Incline Village and Sand Harbor State Park to address safety and congestion issues during […]

  • Dump day in South Lake Tahoe

    South Lake Tahoe’s Community Cleanup Day is May 31 from 8am to 4pm. It’s the one day of the year California residents can bring unwanted items to the South Tahoe Refuse Transfer Station at huge discounts. It costs $5 per truckload, there is free document shredding and other great deals. Check out Clean Tahoe’s website […]

  • Sanford found guilty in Swanson murder

    By Kathryn Reed Nearly 34 years after Richard Swanson was murdered, the killer has been convicted. On April 23, the eight-woman, four-man jury found Andrew Sanford guilty on all counts. In all likelihood Sanford, 52, will be spending the rest of his life in prison. Swanson was 16 when he was murdered Aug. 14, 1980, […]

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