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Thursday, February 6, 1997



State stands to lose from Tahoe county, manager warns

MINDEN – Creating a new Lake Tahoe county could have impacts far beyond its parent county’s borders that may not be resolved this legislative session, Douglas County Manager Dan Holler said Wednesday.

Haase breaks wrist, will keep playing

Jerod Haase, South Tahoe High 1992 graduate and senior guard on the University Kansas men’s basketball team, will play the remainder of the season with a fractured scaphoid bone and broken navicular bone in his right hand.

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State stands to lose from Tahoe county, manager warns

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Haase breaks wrist, will keep playing

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