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  • Opinion: Farewell, fair Senate

    Publisher’s note: This column is from the Dec. 8, 2016, New York Times. By Harry Reid In my time in the Senate, I’ve served with 281 senators. I’ve rarely given advice unless asked. But since I am leaving the Senate floor for the final time, I have a few things to say. To Republicans, I […]

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  • Ski Run working on being a destination for fun

    By Kathryn Reed Neighbors on Ski Run Boulevard have long endeavored to set themselves apart from other areas of South Lake Tahoe. It’s a community within a community. Nice, wide, paved, plowed and lighted sidewalks are inviting to walk on. Even the street itself is wider than many – giving it that feel of a […]

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  • Revenue projection leaves Sandoval with work to do

    By Sean Whaley, Las Vegas Review-Journal CARSON CITY – The size of the next state budget became clearer Tuesday when financial experts projected Nevada will collect $541 million more in tax revenue over the next two years than it did during the last budget cycle. The Economic Forum projects the state will collect $7.9 billion […]

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  • Vacation rental scams targeting SLT properties

    The South Lake Tahoe Police Department is warning potential vacation home renters of an ongoing scam on Craigslist. These listings may include pictures and a lengthy description of a real house. Unsuspecting vacationers are paying in advance, usually by check or Western Union wire. The supposed landlord takes receipt of the money and when the victim […]

  • Lego contest at Douglas County libraries

    The Douglas County Public Library will be having a Winter Lego Building Challenge from Dec. 17 to Jan. 3.  Children, teens, and adults are invited to build an original Lego brick structure to enter in the contest. This year’s theme is Building Dreams. Children who want to use the library’s bricks can come to the […]

  • Opinion: Farewell, fair Senate

    Publisher’s note: This column is from the Dec. 8, 2016, New York Times. By Harry Reid In my time in the Senate, I’ve served with 281 senators. I’ve rarely given advice unless asked. But since I am leaving the Senate floor for the final time, I have a few things to say. To Republicans, I […]

  • Douglas library makes it easy for book clubs

    Douglas County Public Library is helping book clubs. Book Group in a Bag includes 10 copies of a selected book. Some kits also come with book reviews and discussion questions. A list of titles is available at the Minden Library and can be found through the library’s online catalog. Book Group in a Bag kits […]

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