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  • Barton takes steps to improve area’s health

    By Lake Tahoe News staff Mental health, substance abuse and access to healthcare services are the main concerns of people on the South Shore, according to Barton Health’s 2015 Community Health Needs Assessment. Other issues to be addressed include: Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, heart disease and stroke, infant health, injury and violence, nutrition and weight, oral health, and tobacco […]

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  • Gas prices may drop to less than $2.50/gal.

    By Gary Richards, San Jose Mercury News Gas prices may soon begin falling to levels not seen since the Great Recession in 2008 to under $2.50 a gallon in California and — gasp! — to below two bucks nationwide. That would be a pleasant shock on the West Coast, coming just two weeks after rising […]

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  • Future of Caesars Entertainment remains murky

    By J.D. Morris, Las Vegas Sun More than six months after a major division of Caesars Entertainment Corp. filed for bankruptcy, it’s still unclear exactly how the company will emerge on the other side. Caesars wants a Chicago bankruptcy court to approve a restructuring plan that could shed around $10 billion in debt from the […]

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  • Talk to focus on Tahoe’s transportation history

    Gene Abshier on Aug. 12 will share the history of late 1950s proposed highway improvements that included plans to build a bridge across Emerald Bay. This is the final segment of fireside chats put on the Lake Tahoe Historical Society and South Lake Tahoe as part of the city’s 50th anniversary celebration. The 7pm event is free […]

  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    ·       The South Lake Tahoe Fire Department has installed automated external defibrillators in all city staffed buildings. ·       The Tahoe Kids Triathlon hosted by Athlete’s United and Epic Tahoe Adventures will be at the South Lake Tahoe rec center on Aug. 16 at 1pm. ·       Here are the El Dorado-Tahoe and Sierra roadwork schedules from […]

  • Wine industry takes root in Nevada

    By Margo Bartlett Pesek, Las Vegas Review-Journal Nevada’s emerging wine industry is expanding into new areas, offering winery visitors different experiences and opportunities for agritourism. The Silver State joins a national trend toward proliferating vineyards and wineries. In the drought-prone Southwest, vineyards are rapidly replacing traditional crops that use much more water. Just 60 miles from […]

  • Barton takes steps to improve area’s health

    By Lake Tahoe News staff Mental health, substance abuse and access to healthcare services are the main concerns of people on the South Shore, according to Barton Health’s 2015 Community Health Needs Assessment. Other issues to be addressed include: Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, heart disease and stroke, infant health, injury and violence, nutrition and weight, oral health, and tobacco […]

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