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Cooperation key to improving Placer County
  • Cooperation key to improving Placer County

    By Kathryn Reed Partnerships and collaboration are making a difference in Placer County. The California Tahoe Conservancy has been a huge player in getting water quality projects, bike trails and other improvements established. In all, the CTC has poured about $62 million into the lake portion Placer County. At the state agency’s board meeting last […]

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  • Trademark lawsuit over name ‘Apple Hill’

    By Sam Stanton, Sacramento Bee Apple Hill has been an autumn destination for decades for Northern California families in search of fresh fruits, Halloween pumpkins, Christmas trees and wine tasting. Now, it is at the center of a legal fight over who can use the name “Apple Hill” to hawk their farm goods. The dispute […]

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  • Cooperation key to improving Placer County

    By Kathryn Reed Partnerships and collaboration are making a difference in Placer County. The California Tahoe Conservancy has been a huge player in getting water quality projects, bike trails and other improvements established. In all, the CTC has poured about $62 million into the lake portion Placer County. At the state agency’s board meeting last […]

  • Tahoe Tails — Adoptable Pets in South Lake Tahoe

    Dex is a very sweet 2 year old border collie/Australian cattle dog mix. He is a little shy at first, but pretty soon after meeting new people he is leaning in for pets. He loves to go for walks. Dex weighs about 40 pounds. He likes other dogs and has lived with cats. He would […]

  • Snowboarder dies at Sierra-at-Tahoe

    By KCRA-TV A 23-year-old man died Thursday after crashing on an intermediate trail at Sierra-At-Tahoe, resort officials said. David Karlin’s parents said he was a Sacramento State University student. The crash happened about 1:15pm Dec. 7 when ski officials said Karlin lost control on the hill, slid off the trail and hit a snow fence. […]

  • Calif. looks at dumping gas tax for per-mile fee

    By Tony Bizjaz, Sacramento Bee   Weeks into a new gas tax hike, California transportation officials said Thursday they are studying ways to charge drivers based on how many miles they drove since their last fill-up rather than the amount of fuel they use. The problem? California drivers are choosing such fuel-efficient cars that the […]

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