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  • Plastics industry spends big to reverse Calif. bag ban

    By Jeremy B. White, Sacramento Bee The clash over California’s newly passed ban on single-use plastic bags has moved from the Legislature to the streets as the national plastics industry has donated more than $1 million for a campaign to undo or delay the law. Moments after Gov. Jerry Brown announced signing Senate Bill 270 […]

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  • Cubs making progress at LTWC

    By Tom Millham Briefly we were 12. Last Friday, California Department of Fish and Wildlife brought us the Gardner Mountain bear cub we assisted in trapping on Oct. 9. Yes, we still have Cinder (more on her later) and we still have the cubs in the bear cage (also later), but, now, we have Gardner (as we […]

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  • Poverty, hunger near epidemic in South Tahoe

    By Kathryn Reed STATELINE – People in South Lake Tahoe are not only hungry, but they don’t know where their next meal is going to come from. That is called food insecurity. And it’s a growing problem here. Poverty, of which hunger and food insecurity are byproducts, is such a concern that a survey was […]

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  • Letter: Yacht club helps at Bread & Broth

    To the community, On Oct. 13, the South Lake Tahoe Yacht Club sponsored a Bread & Broth Adopt A Day Nourishment. With the $250 donation from the club and the help of club members Nick and Margo Carrell, Ruth Goshorn, Jerry Kahler and Barbara Marsden, the dinner guests enjoyed Lake Tahoe trout and baked salmon, […]

  • CrossFit responds aggressively to criticism

    By Cliff Weathers, AlterNet  You’d be hard pressed to find an article — outside one written by a CrossFit enthusiast — that reviews this exercise phenomenon without asking some real tough questions about its safety, effectiveness, cost, and even the philosophy behind it. Shouldn’t all products, whether good or bad, be held up to such […]

  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    • Young the Giant will headline the Winter Ignite concert in Heavenly Village on Dec. 13 at 7pm. Heavenly’s Winter Ignite event series spans two weekends, Dec. 5-6 and Dec. 12-13. It includes on-mountain activities such as pop-up DJ Cat and Unbuckle après parties, as well as off-mountain events like the “Pretty Faces” movie premier […]

  • Plastics industry spends big to reverse Calif. bag ban

    By Jeremy B. White, Sacramento Bee The clash over California’s newly passed ban on single-use plastic bags has moved from the Legislature to the streets as the national plastics industry has donated more than $1 million for a campaign to undo or delay the law. Moments after Gov. Jerry Brown announced signing Senate Bill 270 […]

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