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SnowGlobe still in search of permanent location
  • SnowGlobe still in search of permanent location

    By Kathryn Reed Where will the stages for SnowGlobe 2015 be located? That is a question many people would like answered. Promoter Chad Donnelly has a three-year contract with South Lake Tahoe to bring the three-day music festival to the city. While this is the fourth year for SnowGlobe, it is the first year of […]

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  • Feds forecast wet conditions for next 3 months

    By Paul Rogers, San Jose Mercury News There is a 75 percent probability of average or above-average precipitation between January and the end of March for California, according to a new report by federal scientists — the first time in five years such a wet outlook has been predicted in the state during the first […]

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  • Douglas County water rate drama heating up

    By Kathryn Reed STATELINE – Mark Twain was on to something when he said, “Whiskey is for drinking, water is for fighting over.” And when it comes to Douglas County, the fighting has been going on for years. “I’m sure that I speak not only for myself when I say that if we are expected […]

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  • SnowGlobe still in search of permanent location

    By Kathryn Reed Where will the stages for SnowGlobe 2015 be located? That is a question many people would like answered. Promoter Chad Donnelly has a three-year contract with South Lake Tahoe to bring the three-day music festival to the city. While this is the fourth year for SnowGlobe, it is the first year of […]

  • Opinion: Quiet demise of TRPA’s Asian clam program

    By Steve Urie In a recent Voices post, (Collaborate over good policy, Lake Tahoe News, Nov. 28), I criticized the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency for carpeting acres of Lake Tahoe with rubber mats in a futile attempt to eradicate Asian clams. Since 2008, millions have been spent on the failed project that killed many more […]

  • Amador County man guilty of deer poaching

    A Plymouth man has been convicted in Amador Superior Court on multiple deer poaching charges. Gary Michael Creason Jr., 24, was fined $19,520 for activities involving the take of trophy deer out of season. Acting on a tip, wildlife officers from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife contacted Creason at his home in July […]

  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    • Parade magazine calls Adventure Mountain and Granlibakken in Lake Tahoe two of the best sledding hills in the U.S. • Lynn Gillette this week resigned as president of Sierra Nevada College in Incline Village and Shannon Beets, executive vice president and provost, is temporarily taking over the top spot. • The Christmas bird count […]

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