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  • Beavers may be good for the environment

    By Samantha Clark, Santa Cruz Sentinel Californians are crossing their fingers for more rain after three punishing years of drought have left streams, rivers and wetland parched. One animal has the potential to restore these dry landscapes. With their industrial buck teeth and flat tails, beavers and their dams offer a defense against drought, a […]

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  • Caesars Entertainment to buy affiliate

    By Associated Press NEW YORK — Caesars Entertainment, parent company of Harrah’s Lake Tahoe and Harveys at Stateline, will buy an affiliate as it tries to smooth the reorganization of a struggling division and balance its debt load. The Las Vegas company will take Caesar’s Acquisition in an all-stock deal, giving its shareholders an approximately […]

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  • Artistic talent not a criteria at Paint and Sip

    By Kathryn Reed Painting within the lines is not required. Colors – it’s OK to be bold and original. Having fun – that’s the ultimate goal. “My favorite part is there is so much creativity,” Shalynn Swails tells Lake Tahoe News. She gives the same direction to everyone, but no two paintings are alike. On […]

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  • Letter: LTVA, STR thank community for giving

    To the community, Recently the Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority, in conjunction with South Tahoe Refuse & Recycling, conducted a “drive and drop” at the LTVA’s California visitors center, and curbside collection on regular pick up days. Once again we were overwhelmed by the generous response from our South Lake Tahoe community. Together we collected over […]

  • Beavers may be good for the environment

    By Samantha Clark, Santa Cruz Sentinel Californians are crossing their fingers for more rain after three punishing years of drought have left streams, rivers and wetland parched. One animal has the potential to restore these dry landscapes. With their industrial buck teeth and flat tails, beavers and their dams offer a defense against drought, a […]

  • Dumpster puppies find forever homes

    By Colin Lygren, KOLO-TV INCLINE VILLAGE — A month and a half ago a litter of puppies, all just barely over a day old, were abandoned in a Susanville dumpster. They were cold, hungry, and in need of love. Thursday, those dumpster puppies reached a milestone as they were all adopted into new homes. “I […]

  • Feds reject Nevada plan to refill Incline Lake

    By Associated Press RENO  — The U.S. Forest Service has rejected a proposal by Nevada state wildlife officials to refill a drained lake in the mountains above Lake Tahoe and restore the scenic spot as a recreational fishery. The agency says it intends to stick with its plan to leave Incline Lake empty, remove its […]

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