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Lake Tahoe weather: Warmer temperatures returning to region

June 18, 2018 — After a breezy, cloudy and chilly weekend, temperatures in the Tahoe Basin are expected to start warming up through the week. Monday’s high in South Lake Tahoe will reach 65 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Conditions will be sunny with 5 mph winds

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Tahoe Tribune review: Lime scooters fun, sometimes scary, to ride

June 18, 2018 — I've never been on an electric scooter, but after seeing people zooming all over South Lake Tahoe on them I had to try it out. LimeBike came to the South Shore a year ago with its fleet of bikes and returned this year with bikes

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Support for Fun Run 5K

June 18, 2018 — The 5K Fun Run for Tahoe Youth & Family Services was a huge success! Thank you to those participants who fought the wind and raced. Thank you to the Veterans who showed their support and participated. The excitement of the sheriff patrol cars, ambulances and

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On Politics: A quick history lesson on Incline Village (opinion)

June 18, 2018 — It's almost the Summer Solstice and a substantial increase in vehicular traffic, trucks towing boats and recreational vehicles parked aside the road is a sure harbinger that snowbirds and second homeowners are returning for our unbeatable summer weather and outdoor activities. A sure sign of

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Sign, sign everywhere a sign

June 18, 2018 — We regularly get some interesting e-mails and phone calls along with questions concerning the wildly diverse types of signs you find in the commercial corridor around the lake. While residential real estate agents are required to adhere to a specific (and somewhat limiting) maximum size

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Supervisors to consider $605.4M budget for El Dorado County

June 18, 2018 — Before the end of the fiscal year, El Dorado County supervisors will hear and vote on an annual recommended budget Monday, June 18. The hearing will begin at 9 a.m. inside the Board of Supervisors chambers at 330 Fair Lane in Placerville. The recommended budget

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Lake Tahoe elected officials fight for return of Sacramento NBC affiliate KCRA

June 18, 2018 — The removal of KCRA, Sacramento's NBC affiliate, from the cable lineup in South Lake Tahoe has sparked outrage from some customers and led several elected officials to undertake a lobbying campaign seeking the return of the station. KCRA was removed June 8. Hearst Communications, which

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Future stars get free instruction at Zephyr Cove Tennis Club

June 18, 2018 — It didn't take much imagination to envision a decade from now the next Simona Halep or Rafael Nadal being at the trophy ceremony of the French Open and saying how their days at Zephyr Cove Tennis Club laid the foundation for their success. Hours after

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Lime electric scooters pose challenges for South Lake Tahoe law enforcement

June 18, 2018 — It's not hard to find people out enjoying a ride on one of the electric scooters recently brought to South Lake Tahoe. It's also not hard to find a scooter user breaking the law. Since Lime — formerly known as LimeBike — brought its fleet

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Icemen star Frys commits to college on East Coast

June 17, 2018 — Paul Frys starred on the West Coast for the Tahoe Icemen and now he will try to do the same in college on the eastern seaboard. The Icemen forward has committed to Westfield State University, a longtime division III school in Westfield, Massachusetts, according to

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Tahoe Prosperity Center: Project to build real workforce housing at Lake Tahoe (opinion)

June 17, 2018 — 'Tis the season — graduation season. Congratulations to all our local graduates. We wish you much success as you head off into the world of work, college, travel and/or various other adventures. We're all familiar with the cliché phrases at this time of year: "The

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El Dorado County committee to discuss possible ballot questions on cannabis

June 17, 2018 — El Dorado County officials will meet Tuesday, June 19, to discuss cannabis-related questions that could appear on the November ballot. The full Board of Supervisors is tentatively planning on considering the questions at its July 17 meeting. Should supervisors move to place the questions on

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Ask Tessie: What tips do you have for a Harveys outdoor concert newb?

June 16, 2018 — Dear Tessie, I'm headed to Slightly Stoopid this weekend to tear it up at my first concert at Harveys Outdoor Arena ever. Any tips for this summer concert series newb? Sincerely, Collie Man Slap on a bro tank, bust our your favorite flat-brimmed lid, and

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Contractor damaged land in Emerald Bay; former employee considering lawsuit

June 16, 2018 — Environmental damage caused by an engineering company delayed a multi million-dollar project in the Emerald Bay area while also touching of an investigation by the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. And now a former employee, who claims to have captured video evidence of the destruction, is

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22nd annual CUFA tournament features 175 teams on Lake Tahoe South Shore

June 16, 2018 — Everywhere you look this weekend on the South Shore, you're likely to see kids walking around town and in restaurants wearing soccer jerseys. They won't be wearing their favorite player's jersey or representing their respective countries in the world's biggest sporting event, the World Cup

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Harrah’s and Harveys Lake Tahoe start paid parking for special events, holidays

June 16, 2018 — Harrah's and Harveys Lake Tahoe announced Tuesday that it will reestablish paid valet and self-parking starting today, June 16. The renewed policy will run this summer on days and nights during major special events and peak holiday periods at both Stateline properties. Parking rates will

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Anderson, Bowman, Teter and fellow South Lake Tahoe athletes inducted into Walk of Champions

June 16, 2018 — The city of South Lake Tahoe honored local national and world champion athletes Friday, June 15, at the inaugural Induction Ceremony for the Walk of Champions at Champions Plaza. Jamie Anderson, Maddie Bowman, Hannah Teter, Kyle Smaine, Travis Cabral, Shaun Palmer, Glen Plake, Elena Hight,

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Neighborhood shrub crawl, block party to focus on fire protection in Incline Village

June 15, 2018 — The North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District is co-hosting the Whispering Pines Shrub Crawl & Block Party Saturday, June 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1048 War Bonnet Way in Incline Village. The event will include a community work-day on a U.S. Forest

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Lake Tahoe weather: Sunshine Saturday, thunderstorms possible Sunday

June 15, 2018 — The weekend will start with sunshine before possible thunderstorms roll into the region on Father’s Day. Saturday will be sunny with slightly cooler temperatures, according to the National Weather Service. The high on Saturday is expected to hit 68 degrees in South Lake Tahoe, a

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Lake Tahoe love story: Couple who met and reconnected in Tahoe wed on North Shore

June 15, 2018 — When Brooke ONeill and Natalie Vitalie met at Sierra Nevada College five years ago, neither one imagined they would be where they are today. "No way in hell would we have ever thought this," said Brooke. "Never," says Natalie. Today, June 15, the two will

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