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Profits increase for El Dorado Savings
  • Drought is not just California’s problem

    By Katharine Mieszkowski, Center of Investigative Reporting Gov. Jerry Brown has asked restaurants not to serve water unless diners ask for it. He’s letting lawns at the state Capitol turn brown. Farmers in the Central Valley are getting just a trickle of the water they usually do. Conspicuous water wasters – commercial and residential – […]

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  • Drought impacting Tahoe’s forest health

    By Kathryn Reed MEYERS – The tiny moths that are turning a large swath of the South Shore orange are out mating so there will presumably be more organisms to wreak havoc. The needle miner is a micro moth that lives about a year, but can do tremendous harm in its short lifespan. They live […]

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  • Profits increase for El Dorado Savings

    El Dorado Savings Bank reported second quarter profits of $2,782,107, which represents a 28 percent increase compared to the Second Quarter of 2013. Earnings for the first six months of 2014 totaled $5,901,573, compared to $3,836,217 in 2013. “The higher rates on new loans and investments improved the bank’s profit margin while the strong performance […]

  • Drought is not just California’s problem

    By Katharine Mieszkowski, Center of Investigative Reporting Gov. Jerry Brown has asked restaurants not to serve water unless diners ask for it. He’s letting lawns at the state Capitol turn brown. Farmers in the Central Valley are getting just a trickle of the water they usually do. Conspicuous water wasters – commercial and residential – […]

  • Man dies at Angora Lake

    A 42-year-old man visiting Lake Tahoe died at Angora Lake on July 24. The name of the man has not been released. An autopsy is pending to determine the exact cause of death. He had been at the South Shore lake with friends. When they didn’t see him above water they went searching for him. […]

  • Nevada gaming win up — but not at Stateline

    Northern Nevada was not much help in June when it came to gaming revenue. While statewide revenues were up 14 percent compared to the previous year, they were down in Stateline and Reno. The state Gaming Control Board today released June’s numbers that show the state brought in $907 million. Stateline casinos were down 2 […]

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