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  • SLT proposing significant project near Ski Run

    By Kathryn Reed Bulldozing and starting over is what many people would like to do with a majority of parcels in South Lake Tahoe. One-by-one the California Tahoe Conservancy is doing this. The board in March will have a say in whether that happens to the Knights Inn that fronts Highway 50 at the corner […]

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  • Nev. makes strides in reducing number of uninsured children

    By Jackie Valley, Las Vegas Sun The number of Nevada children without health insurance keeps dropping, especially among such historically hard-to-reach populations as minorities and lower-income residents, according to a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation study released Thursday. The number of uninsured Nevada children dropped to 10 percent in 2014 from 14.4 percent in 2013 — […]

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  • Being green at a ski resort isn’t a simple process

    By Patrick Doyle, Mountain When Squaw Valley installed electric vehicle charging stations back in 2013, the resort ran into an immediate problem: The electricity it received from its provider, Liberty Utilities, was dirty, generated in part by the burning of Rocky Mountain coal at the North Valmy Generation Station, a hulking power plant in Northern […]

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  • Full moon snowshoe on West Shore

    There will be a guide full moon snowshoe at Sugar Pine Point State Park on Feb. 20. Explore the natural and cultural history around the Hellman-Ehrman estate and walk along the Lake Tahoe shore. For those new to snowshoeing, there will be a beginner’s clinic at 6:30pm. The hike starts promptly at 7 pm near […]

  • Liberty begins building solar project

    Liberty Utilities started construction this week on its first solar project. It is projected that it will provide 25 percent of the utility’s energy requirements when it comes online in December. The Luning Solar Energy Center will be a 50 megawatt project. Luning is 140 miles southeast of Minden and 80 miles northwest of Tonopah. In addition […]

  • Reno’s Guldemond on podium at Fenway

    By USSA BOSTON – U.S. Snowboarding rookie Julia Marino (Westport, Conn.) topped the women’s field at the Polartec Big Air at Fenway on Thursday night in front of a stellar Boston crowd in one of America’s most iconic sports venues. Marino, a New England native, wasn’t originally even scheduled to compete. She snuck in off […]

  • SLT proposing significant project near Ski Run

    By Kathryn Reed Bulldozing and starting over is what many people would like to do with a majority of parcels in South Lake Tahoe. One-by-one the California Tahoe Conservancy is doing this. The board in March will have a say in whether that happens to the Knights Inn that fronts Highway 50 at the corner […]

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