Live Violence Free director resigns, candidates sought

by Placerville Newswire / Sep 29, 2019 / comments

<PR Pond>
 
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — The Board of Directors of Live Violence Free is saddened to announce that its well-respected, “why-can’t-she-be-cloned” Executive Director of five years, Jane Flavin, has submitted her resignation.

Flavin has accepted a new position with the Learning and Development Department of Starbucks and her resignation takes effect Oct. 25.

South Lake Tahoe K9 officers get new bullet-proof vests from Angel of Tahoe

by Placerville Newswire / Sep 29, 2019 / comments

<South Tahoe Now. Img: K9 Ricci; K9 Ricky on Sunday, September 29. Photo by SLTPD Sgt. Jason Cheney>

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. - The "Angel of Tahoe" Lisa Maloff and her loyal friend and caretaker Ricky Reich have once again helped out the South Lake Tahoe Police Department (SLTPD) by donating $10,000 to cover the purchase of two new K9 ballistic vests.

Over the past several years, Ms. Maloff has bestowed millions of dollars to the community, including funds to cover purchases of the department's police dogs, vests, vehicle, and training.

EDCOE Team Member Spotlight - Laura Thomas

by Placerville Newswire / Sep 29, 2019 / comments

<EDCOE, September 25, 2019>
 
Interview with Laura: Briefly describe your background (where you grew up, family, why you came to work for EDCOE).

Construction Sept 30 on Highway 50 at Stateline

by Placerville Newswire / Sep 29, 2019 / comments

TRAFFIC ALERT: At 6 a.m. on Monday, September 30, NV Energy will resume work on Highway 50 in Stateline at South Lake Tahoe with new measures in place for traffic flow. The work is to replace equipment in two underground electric vaults.

NV Energy to Resume Work on Highway 50 with New Traffic Plan

Stateline, NV- At 6 a.m. on Monday, September 30, NV Energy will resume work on Highway 50 in Stateline at South Lake Tahoe with new measures in place for traffic flow. The work is to replace equipment in two underground electric vaults.

'First real snow of the season': Snow level in Sierra drops to 5,000 feet

by Placerville Newswire / Sep 29, 2019 / comments

<SF Gate>

National Weather Service forecaster Emily Heller is calling it the first real snow of the season.

Stormy conditions and a blast of cold air swept the northern Sierra Nevada mountain range Saturday into Sunday morning, delivering measurable snow at elevation levels as low as 5,000 feet.

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