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Tahoe Daily Tribune: In the works for Friday

Here’s what you’ll find in Friday’s issue of the Tahoe Daily Tribune:

As a light snow fell on Thursday, the long-simmering debate over the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency’s controversial update to its shorezone policies heated up.

As the first of the three major summertime holidays, Memorial Day weekend might not be the best indicator for what’s to come for the season.

Although it’s a holiday weekend, and traditionally has a strong pull with visitors, weather is always a variable. Record high temperatures were recorded last weekend, but this weekend will have a drastic contrast with cooler temperatures and possible rain.

Weather combined with rising gas prices leave tourism officials unsure of the weekend’s outcome for the South Shore, and what the future summer season will bring.

When is the best time to visit Yosemite National Park? While each season has its advantages, spring’s benefits are obvious. As visitors come to Lake Tahoe for the holiday weekend, Lake Tahoe locals may want to head to Yosemite.

Yosemite National Park climbing legend Royal Robbins has some laughs in a sit-down question and answer interview with Tahoe Daily Tribune reporter Jeremy Evans and Visual Director Jonah Kessel.

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