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  • Sandoval to put 3-week trade mission to work

    By Michelle Rindels, AP CARSON CITY —  Gov. Brian Sandoval and more than 60 business, government and education officials recently returned from a three-week trade mission to England, Ireland, Germany, Poland and Italy. The visit included meetings with dignitaries, tours of car factories and receptions bringing together Nevada and European tourism officials. As a result […]

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  • S. Lake Tahoe creates recreation opportunities beyond what Mother Nature provides

    Publisher’s note: This is one in a series of stories Lake Tahoe News will be running leading up to the 50th anniversary of South Lake Tahoe on Nov. 30. By Jessie Marchesseau The mountains, forests and lake surrounding South Lake Tahoe serve as a playground, of sorts, for residents and visitors. However, it’s hard to […]

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  • Dams may be answer to future droughts

    By Carolyn Lochhead, San Francisco Chronicle Driven by drought, California stands ready to build a water system for the 21st century. Ideas are flowing: conservation, recycling, desalination, aquifer recharge, floodplain restoration, storm water capture. But the biggest, most expensive, most popular item of all is the foundation of the 20th century water system — dams. […]

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  • El Dorado County adopts Laura’s Law

    The El Dorado County Board of Supervisors last week unanimously voted to implement an assisted outpatient pilot program, also known as Laura’s Law. This will help give those who are mentally ill an avenue to get help. It gives county mentally health officials, as well as courts, family members and probation officers the right to […]

  • Letter: Making a difference at Mt. Tallac High

    To the community, As we quickly approach the start of the new school year, there is great excitement and anticipation for the developing Career Technical Education (CTE) Pathways throughout the Lake Tahoe Unified School District for all students designed to lead to rewarding careers. As an alternative choice school in the district, Mt. Tallac High […]

  • Sandoval to put 3-week trade mission to work

    By Michelle Rindels, AP CARSON CITY —  Gov. Brian Sandoval and more than 60 business, government and education officials recently returned from a three-week trade mission to England, Ireland, Germany, Poland and Italy. The visit included meetings with dignitaries, tours of car factories and receptions bringing together Nevada and European tourism officials. As a result […]

  • AP suing FBI for impersonating reporter

    By Michael Biescker, AP The Associated Press sued the U.S. Department of Justice Thursday over the FBI’s failure to provide public records related to the creation of a fake news story used to plant surveillance software on a suspect’s computer. AP joined with the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press to file the lawsuit in […]

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