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  • Nev. Legislature may fund cloud seeding

    By Jeff DeLong, Reno Gazette-Journal As a late-season snowstorm swept toward the Sierra Friday, scientists prepared to do their thing. In this case, that meant activating mountaintop generators that spray chemicals into storm clouds, encouraging formation of ice crystals that fall as precious snow. “It looks pretty good. We are pretty confident we will get […]

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  • S. Tahoe’s aging snow removal fleet a concern

    By Kathryn Reed Dismal snow years are good and bad for South Lake Tahoe’s Public Works Department. The good means the aging fleet doesn’t have to be used much. The bad is that the state reimburses the city in part for its snow removal expenses, which means fewer dollars will be in the coffer for […]

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  • Plenty of blame for California’s drought

    By Richard Goode My grandfather used to tell the story of traveling from Bakersfield to San Francisco by boat as a boy in about 1910. First up the Tulare Lake, then up the San Joaquin River and through the Delta. In those days, water in California’s San Joaquin Valley must have seemed inexhaustible. Then, the […]

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  • Truckee resident benefitting from High Fives

    On March 15, 2014,  Jeff Andrews experienced a snowboarding accident at Sugar Bowl Resort resulting in a C6 burst fracture with associated spinal cord injury and transverse process fractures at L1, L2, and L3. He suffers quadriplegia at the C5-C7 level. His goal is to become as independent as his condition will permit and return to […]

  • K’s Kitchen: Asparagus stars in lasagna

    By Kathryn Reed I don’t think there has ever been a time that my sister, Pam, has come to visit that she hasn’t helped me with a new recipe. It’s a good thing she’s a good sport. And not all of the dishes have been keepers and some have been rather labor intensive. I have […]

  • Nev. Legislature may fund cloud seeding

    By Jeff DeLong, Reno Gazette-Journal As a late-season snowstorm swept toward the Sierra Friday, scientists prepared to do their thing. In this case, that meant activating mountaintop generators that spray chemicals into storm clouds, encouraging formation of ice crystals that fall as precious snow. “It looks pretty good. We are pretty confident we will get […]

  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    • Jeremy Evans has been hired as coach of Lake Tahoe Community College’s women’s soccer team. • Wagon Train will go from Zephyr Cove to Placerville from May 30-June 4. • El Dorado County Mental Health’s South Lake Tahoe clinic is hosting a free open house May 13 from 6-8pm at 1900 Lake Tahoe Blvd. […]

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