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Tahoe Talk podcast for Monday: Reno company lands $550M deal; Tahoe still getting hit with visitors

Up-to-date, daily info on news that is happening around Lake Tahoe, California and Nevada. Notes from today’s discussion include:

Local Topics: 

  • Earthquake Saturday morning out by Mono Lake
  • Incline still getting hit with visitors coming to the area 
  • Tahoe Transportation District secured a grant that started free service on all routes yesterday
  • A company out of Reno landed a deal with the US government for $550 million dollars
  • The Tahoe Women’s Community Fund dished out $125,000 to 11 local nonprofits

National Topics:

  • Google and Apple team up to release a Covid19 tracking system
  • British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, released from the hospital
  • OPEC (Saudi Arabia & Russia) agree to cut oil production in efforts to stabilize the market
  • No new emojis being released this year
  • China cracking down on reporting of virus within their country
  • #NationalScrabbleDay

Listen to today’s podcast here.

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