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Photos: #NationalPuppyDay around Lake Tahoe

March 23, 2018 — It’s #NationalPuppyDay, which could also be called the best day ever. Thanks to our followers who shared photos of their puppies in the outdoors, both on Facebook and Instagram. Share your own puppy photos with us in one of these three ways: 1. Email to

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UPDATE: South Tahoe Middle School student arrested after alleged threats to bring gun to school dance

March 9, 2018 — Update: The South Lake Tahoe Police Department arrested a South Tahoe Middle School student who allegedly made threats to bring a gun to a school dance on Friday, March 9. According to a statement from SLTPD, the male student’s residence was searched, and no firearms

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Lake Tahoe Community College trustee retires after 42 years

December 19, 2016 — Dr. Frederick "Fritz" Wenck, a longtime local dentist who first became an elected member of the Lake Tahoe Community College Board of Trustees 42 years ago, formally retired in front of a large crowd at a board meeting Tuesday, Dec. 13. Wenck is retiring from

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Publisher’s column: Looking ahead to 2017 at the Tahoe Daily Tribune

December 19, 2016 — In a little more than two weeks we will be staring down the barrel of 2017. I have no idea what happened to 2016, but I can picture blinking a few times in January of this year and now, all of the sudden, here we

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South Lake Tahoe ramps up enforcement of vacation home rentals

December 19, 2016 — Just in time for a busy winter tourism season, the City of South Lake Tahoe is taking stock of — and cracking down on — vacation home rentals. At the Dec. 13 council meeting, development services director Kevin Fabino and code compliance auditor Maureen Stuhlman

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Tahoe South Shore resorts, businesses see strong start to 2016-17 winter season

November 30, 2016 — If the Thanksgiving holiday weekend was any indication, the South Shore could be in for a healthy winter as it relates to tourism. That's the take from area experts who viewed the past weekend as a positive start to the season. "All in all it

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