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A snowmobiler, who collided with a tree on Friday afternoon near Blue Lakes in Alpine County, was helicoptered to Barton Hospital in South Lake Tahoe.... [Read More]
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I may hear today how many appeals the Board of Equalization will see at its meeting next month. The number of appeals are a fair... [Read More]
A Heavenly Ski Patrol member died on Saturday after he was found unconscious near Mott Canyon at the resort. Christopher John Nicholson, 36, was identified... [Read More]
Tickets are on sale for a favorite St. Patrick's dinner being held on March 15 at the St. Gall Pastoral Center, 1343 Centerville, Gardnerville. Guests... [Read More]
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You can tell when individuals in the marketplace are betting on something by their reaction to potential government regulation.We've seen this happen nationally with perceived... [Read More]
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John Sheridan a Board Trustee for Gardnerville Ranchos Improvement District has been appointed to the National League of Cities (NLC) 2020 Energy, Environment and Natural... [Read More]
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It wasn't that long ago that the first week of January would see Sharkey's put on a big feast for Serbian Christmas, featuring its key... [Read More]
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The CVAC's 2019-2020 Concert Series resumes with music from Achilles Wheel on Feb. 7 at the CVIC Hall in Minden.Paul Kamm, Jonny Mojo and Shelby... [Read More]
Welcome to the 2019 edition of the Carson Valley Almanac Guide. [Read More]
Nationwide no-bail warrants were issued Tuesday for two men accused of unrelated violent offenses.California resident Andrew S. Elliot, 52, failed to appear for sentencing on... [Read More]
Elizabeth Pitcairn joins Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus for the 10th year, performing one of the finest and most popular gems in the concerto repertoire.... [Read More]
A 14-2 third quarter run served as the difference Friday evening as Douglas High girls basketball moved to 2-0 in Sierra League play with a... [Read More]
Turnovers didn't come back to bite Douglas High boys basketball Tuesday night, but they did Friday. The Tigers hosted a tough, now 11-3 Galena squad... [Read More]
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