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  • South Lake Tahoe — a 50-year work in progress

    Publisher’s note: This is one in a series of stories Lake Tahoe News will be running leading up the 50th anniversary of South Lake Tahoe on Nov. 30. By Kathryn Reed “The people of Lake Tahoe’s South Shore formally have taken steps to control and preserve the natural beauty of this area. The overwhelming vote […]

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  • Lack of snow signals year 4 of Calif. drought

    By Kathryn Reed The state didn’t need to take a snow survey to prove that it’s dry and moisture has been scarce. “Unfortunately, today’s manual snow survey makes it likely that California’s drought will run through a fourth consecutive year. DWR managers said heavy precipitation and cooler temperatures in the next three months would be […]

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  • South Lake Tahoe — a 50-year work in progress

    Publisher’s note: This is one in a series of stories Lake Tahoe News will be running leading up the 50th anniversary of South Lake Tahoe on Nov. 30. By Kathryn Reed “The people of Lake Tahoe’s South Shore formally have taken steps to control and preserve the natural beauty of this area. The overwhelming vote […]

  • Editorial: Ban personal-belief exemption for vaccinations

    Publisher’s note: This editorial is from the Jan. 27, 2015, Los Angeles Times. Unvaccinated teenagers have been sent home from school for as long as three weeks. Dozens of babies who may have been exposed to measles have been placed in quarantine. One in four of the more than 73 Californians infected has required hospitalization. […]

  • Placer County moving forward with buying SLT hotel

    By Mark Anderson, Sacramento Business Journal Placer County officials have backed away from a land-use battle with South Lake Tahoe, but they’re moving ahead with the larger effort aimed at allowing development of a hotel on the north side of the lake for the first time since 1959. The county had planned to pay private owners […]

  • Cheap parking makes life more expensive

    By Emily Badger, Washington Post Geof Glass, a doctorate student at Simon Frasier University, makes an interesting point in a blog post that’s been circulating for the last two days among people online fascinated by the economics of parking: The purchases you make at a store surrounded by free customer parking are effectively taxed to […]

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