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Make your food go further
Make your food go further

June 26, 2019

Each year, the typical American family tosses out $2,275 worth of food and beverages. About 15 to 20% of the produce we buy is wasted. But as we all know, eating a diet full of...




Letter: Tree troubles in South Lake Tahoe (opinion)

June 26, 2019

I know many residents have suffered the massacre of trees, especially on their own property. The manner in which it was carried out was deeply disturbing, and destructive. Huge, age old trees felled and left...




UPDATE: US 50 reopens after gas leak
UPDATE: US 50 reopens after gas leak

June 25, 2019

UPDATE 4:35 U.S. 50 has reopened at Blue Lake Avenue after a gas leak forced the highway to close in South Lake Tahoe. The city advises motorists to allow for extra travel time as traffic...





Ten doctor-recommended holistic treatments for depression
Ten doctor-recommended holistic treatments for depression

June 25, 2019

About 17.3 million adults in the U.S. will suffer from a major depressive disorder in any given year. That is approximately 7.1% of the entire adult population … and what’s worse is that the majority...




Lake Tahoe weather: Breezy, sunny week at Tahoe
Lake Tahoe weather: Breezy, sunny week at Tahoe

June 24, 2019

Lake Tahoe is in store for a windy week with below average temperatures, according to the National Weather Service in Reno. After a seasonally normal — both in terms of temperature and wind — start...







Jury finds man guilty in 2017 Lake Tahoe hotel murder
Jury finds man guilty in 2017 Lake Tahoe hotel murder

June 23, 2019

While not accepting a claim of self-defense, a Douglas County jury decided the stabbing death of a Reno man in a Stateline hotel room wasn’t premeditated. The jury took six hours Friday, June 21, to...