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RENO 1868 pro soccer team to practice, sign autographs, play exhibition at LTCC

April 22, 2018 — Professional team Reno 1868 FC, of the United Soccer League, will spend a day on the South Shore next week practicing, giving tips to kids, signing autographs and playing an exhibition game against Lake Tahoe Community College. "This has been one of the premier events

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California home sales tick higher in March

April 22, 2018 — California's housing market continued its momentum as seasonally adjusted, existing home sales rose both month to month and year to year in March, while the statewide median price accelerated to an eight-month high, the California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.) recently announced. Closed escrow sales of

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New physiatrist joins orthopedic team at Barton Health

April 22, 2018 — A new physiatrist has joined the team at Barton Health, and based on his hobbies an interests outside the medical office, it's hard to imagine him landing in a better place. Barton announced the addition of Dr. Gregory Burkard Jr. earlier this past week. Board

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Bear gets locked in truck at Lake Tahoe

April 22, 2018 — Here's a good reason to lock your vehicle at night, especially when in bear country. The El Dorado County Sheriff's Office responded to a call of a bear trapped in a truck. "Bears are very adept at entering unlocked vehicles looking for food. If you

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Roadwork to resume in Emerald Bay; expect travel delays

April 22, 2018 — Repair work to build a new retaining wall along a section of California Route 89 in Emerald Bay is set to resume in the coming week, the California Department of Transportation recently announced. Crews hope to finishing constructing the retaining wall near Eagle Point Campground

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Showcase your Lake Tahoe place on the MLS tour

April 22, 2018 — One of the first steps in the real estate marketing plan is to have a good turnout and positive response when your property is on the weekly MLS tour for all the local real estate agents to see. On Tuesday mornings the members of the

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California Highway Patrol seeks to enforce ag station requirement to ease traffic in Meyers neighborhoods

April 21, 2018 — MEYERS — Local California Highway Patrol officials are seeking legal permission to proceed with electronic road closures in the hopes of keeping departing tourists who rely on GPS apps from neighborhood streets — an approach advocated for by one candidate for El Dorado County District

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Molesworth, Slack lead Vikings golfers to 3rd place at Spring Creek

April 21, 2018 — Connor Molesworth shot an 85 and Marcus Slack carded an 88 on Thursday, April 19, to lead the South Tahoe boys' golf team to a third place finish in a 3A Northern League at Spring Creek Golf Course. The Vikings bounced back from a fifth-place

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Several South Shore athletes make podium at USASA national event in Colorado

April 21, 2018 — South Shore snowboarder Serina Verduzco won two armfuls of medals this season before heading to the 29th annual United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association National Championships at Copper Mountain in Colorado. She stood on top of the podium eight times and in the

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3 ways to celebrate Earth Day in South Lake Tahoe

April 21, 2018 — Earth Day arrives on Sunday, April 22, and South Shore organizations are getting ready to show support for environmental protection through interactive events that are both fun and educational. Celebrations kick off with Tahoe Regional Planning Agency's (TRPA) Electric Vehicle Poker Run on Saturday, April

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Tahoe AleWorX anniversary party continues Saturday

April 21, 2018 — Lake Tahoe AleWorX, the self-service taproom and restaurant located in The Crossing at Tahoe Valley, is officially 1 year old — and the establishment's First Anniversary Party (which began Thursday, April 19) continues on Saturday, April 21, with exclusive beer and live music. Lagunitas Brewing

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Nels Hansen

April 20, 2018 — 1991 ~ 2018 We love and miss you Nels. May your heart find peace. On the night of January 24, 2018 our son Nels Hansen, left on his next spiritual adventure. An Afghanistan War Veteran, Nels had left work in Mammoth and was on his

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Celebrating Earth Day on Tahoe’s North Shore

April 20, 2018 — Earth Day is just around the corner: On Sunday, April 22, countless organizations will host events in support of environmental protection. But Tahoe's North Shore is getting a jump-start on celebrations. The Tahoe Truckee Earth Day Festival returns to the Village at Squaw Valley on

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Thicker Than Thieves plays Crystal Bay Casino

April 20, 2018 — Crystal Bay Casino welcomes multi-faceted Thicker Than Thieves to its Red Room for a show you won't soon forget on Saturday, April 21. "Defying the current state of popular music, Thicker Than Thieves successfully blends soulful vocals, searing guitar solos and a rock-reggae based rhythm

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Americans reflect on legal pot ahead of 420 holiday

April 20, 2018 — America’s marijuana supporters have a lot to celebrate on this 420 holiday : Thirty states have legalized some form of medical marijuana, according to a national advocacy group. Nine of those states and Washington, D.C., also have broad legalization where adults 21 and older can

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Incline baseball handles business against Silver Stage

April 20, 2018 — The Incline Highlanders have won five of their last six baseball games and are making a push for a berth in the playoffs. The Highlanders took care of business against Silver Stage by sweeping a doubleheader last Saturday, April 14, and finishing the season series

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Incline high jumpers pushing each other to reach new heights

April 20, 2018 — The bar keeps rising for Incline Highlander high jumpers. The girls seemingly set a new standard every week. In a matter of a few meets, the school's high jump record was tied, and then broken by different athletes. Freshman Millie Jenkins tied the mark at

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South Lake Tahoe to allow two cannabis microbusinesses

April 20, 2018 — South Lake Tahoe City Council has provided direction on a mostly-complete ordinance governing commercial cannabis, but a few big decisions still need to be made by the electeds. At Tuesday's meeting, City Council opted to permit two retail cannabis operations and two indoor cultivations less

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The city of $1,000 parking tickets? South Lake Tahoe divided on vacation rental management

April 20, 2018 — It's been four months since South Lake Tahoe implemented stricter rules and steeper fines for its vacation home rental industry. While some residents say it's provided relief by sending a clear message to renters on the rules, others point to the negative national media attention

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Vikings baseball suffers loss at Dayton

April 20, 2018 — The South Tahoe Vikings baseball team started fast Tuesday, April 17, against Dayton, but ended slow. The Vikings scored twice in the first inning and built a 3-1 lead heading into the bottom of the second but ended up surrendering five runs in both the

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