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South Tahoe football loses to Truckee in season finale

October 20, 2018 — SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — Win or lose, when that final high school football game comes, and then goes, the realization rushes in that's it's over. The brotherhood built through blood, sweat, tears and laughter will never be the same. The memories will live forever,

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Washoe County sheriff still searching for Incline Village man accused of child abuse

October 19, 2018 — It has been five months since the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office asked for the public’s help locating an Incline Village man accused of child abuse and domestic violence. And on Friday law enforcement put out another call for any information regarding the whereabouts of 39-year-old

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‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ begins run at Lake Tahoe Community College

October 19, 2018 — Lake Tahoe Community College's Duke Theatre will be home to Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical masterpiece, "Jesus Christ Superstar," starting tonight. With music by Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice, "Jesus Christ Superstar" is one of the true original rock operas. The Broadway hit has

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Last weekend for golf at Bijou Municipal Golf Course in South Lake Tahoe

October 19, 2018 — This weekend will be the last one for golf at Bijou Municipal Golf Course in South Lake Tahoe. The city’s Recreation Services Department made the announcement Friday. The last tee time for the season will be 3 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 21.

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Mt. Rose Ski opens to season pass-holders today

October 19, 2018 — RENO, Nev. — Some Reno-area skiers and snowboarders will get their first taste of the slopes this weekend. Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe says it’s opening for season pass-holders today and Saturday at the resort halfway between Reno and Lake Tahoe. It’s the first resort in

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Incline gridders host Coral Academy for homecoming

October 19, 2018 — INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — The Highlanders think homecoming and senior night is the perfect recipe for breaking their losing skid on the gridiron. They think running out onto their field under the bright lights with their home crowd cheering will propel them to a third

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Whittell feeling good after 1st league win, host The Meadows School Friday night

October 19, 2018 — ZEPHYR COVE, Nev. — Winning does wonders for a football team. Whittell got back into the win column last week and the Warriors were enthusiastic and fired up Wednesday during practice. "They're focused, they're hungry, they got a good win last week and they want

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South Tahoe football hosts rival Truckee Friday in season finale

October 19, 2018 — SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — South Tahoe will host rival Truckee on Friday night in its final football game of the season. It's one more chance for the seniors to enjoy competing on the gridiron, something they're sure to likely miss in the years to

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Tahoe Daily Tribune: Measure T in South Lake Tahoe? (opinion)

October 19, 2018 — Imagine you just bought a house — the biggest investment most of us will make in our lives. You raised a family in that house. You had neighbors. You had community. This was your home. Sure there were houses that sat empty throughout the years,

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Tahoe Daily Tribune: Cole, Middlebrook, Wallace for South Lake Tahoe City Council (opinion)

October 19, 2018 — We believe that to some level, most can agree that the last couple years have been difficult for the current city council. Brown Act violation accusations, city manager turmoil, inaction, more citizen-driven ballot initiatives, failure to fund roads, to name a few of the challenges.

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Tahoe Daily Tribune: Endorsements for El Dorado County supervisor, Measure J, cannabis questions (opinion)

October 19, 2018 — The Tribune has endorsed the following candidate and measures for the upcoming El Dorado County races. These endorsements are based on what we feel is best for the community to move forward in a progressive and positive manner. El Dorado County Supervisor – District 5

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Bank drops attempted takeover of Bijou Shopping Center in South Lake Tahoe

October 19, 2018 — U.S. Bank has dropped an attempted takeover of the Bijou Shopping Center thanks to the building's new owner making good on a defaulted loan held by the previous owner. An attorney for the bank requested the case be dismissed without prejudice Wednesday, just two days

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Removal of sign stirs controversy in race for El Dorado County District 5 supervisor

October 18, 2018 — The race to represent El Dorado County District 5 has turned in recent days from focusing on top-of-mind issues to a topic few would have predicted...

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Sheila M.Bruce

October 18, 2018 — August 17, 1943 – September 8, 2018 Sheila M. Bruce was born on August 17, 1943 and passed on September 8, 2018 in Carson City Nevada. Sheila was born to Donald and Marie Fleming in Glendale, CA. Sheila moved to South Lake Tahoe 32 years

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Poor Man’s Whiskey brings bluegrass, ‘Wizard of OZ’ theme party to Lake Tahoe

October 18, 2018 — Poor Man's Whiskey: Has there ever been such a contradictory band name? How can you be poor if you have whiskey? We don't get it either … but we do know these guys can play (if you're uninitiated, just type in "Poor Man's Whiskey" at

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Should your first home be a duplex or a stand-alone home?

October 18, 2018 — Buying your first home can be intimidating and a little bit scary. Consequently, few first-timers explore all of their home buying options and may miss the opportunity to establish a solid foundation for financial health and retirement planning (trust me, it's never too soon to

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Market Pulse: Positioning for rising rates

October 18, 2018 — The 35-year bond bull market ended in 2016 and since then interest rates have doubled with the 10-year Treasury yield reaching a seven-year high. That has been bad news for Treasury bond owners. The iShares 20+ Year Treasury ETF (TLT) has lost 7 percent over

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Winter is coming, but what should the Lake Tahoe basin expect?

October 18, 2018 — It's crazy season for the snow-minded. Skiers and boarders want to know how much powder they can plan on slaying this winter and those who would rather see snow dumps measured in inches instead of feet are bracing for what may — or may not

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New deputy forest supervisor joins Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit

October 18, 2018 — There's a new deputy forest supervisor in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Danelle Harrison arrived in the basin a few weeks ago, U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit (LTBMU) recently announced. She previously served as district ranger for both the Williams and Tusayan Ranger

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One-act play competition returns to Valhalla Tahoe

October 18, 2018 — One night only — three playwrights enter, only one leaves. Not really. Three playwrights will be on hand, though, for the fourth annual WordWave, Valhalla Tahoe's national one-act play competition. The contest allows playwrights from around the country to submit their work. Three winners are

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