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Edgewood works to keep sediment from Tahoe
  • ’14 Calif. wine harvest 3rd largest

    By Western Farm Press California vintners and growers across the state are grateful for another excellent vintage, despite an ongoing drought and earthquake that rocked south Napa in late August as crush was getting underway. A mild winter and spring caused early bud break, although the overall length of the growing season was similar to […]

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  • Big bucks spent on EDC growth initiatives

    By Peter Hecht, Sacramento Bee Building and real estate interests, led by the developer of the Serrano El Dorado Hills community, have dumped more than $1million into the campaign to defeat growth control ballot measures in El Dorado County. Parker Development Co., builder of the 4,700-home Serrano community, has donated $866,750 through its affiliates, Serrano […]

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  • Edgewood works to keep sediment from Tahoe

    By Kathryn Reed Playing in the rough has taken on a whole new meaning at Edgewood Tahoe. The Stateline golf course looks like a construction zone these days. And that’s because it is one. By December 2016 the 154-room Edgewood Lodge should be open. There will also be 40 cabins along the eighth and ninth […]

  • Letter: Vote yes on Measure H

    To the community, As supervisor of Lake Valley’s wildfire prevention program for almost 10 years, I have witnessed a great change in our community’s awareness and understanding of our biggest hazard. However, I can honestly say that we have so much more work to do. For less than $10 a month, you can both safeguard […]

  • Camino man escapes encounter with bear

    By Dave Marquis, KXTV-TV A Camino man charged by a black bear beside his home barely managed to slam a door shut in time to escape. “I’ve seen bear up close, but this is up close I don’t want to get again,” said Bart Emry, as he recalled the early Monday morning encounter next to […]

  • Bear-trapping interference case appealed

    The 30-day jail sentence for two women involved with tampering with a bear trap in Incline Village is being appealed. Incline Village Justice of the Peace E. Alan Tiras sentenced Cheryl Morrison, 63, of Truckee and her daughter, Season Morrison, 35, of Reno earlier this month to 30 days in jail. They were convicted in […]

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