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Myriad ideas spill forth for SLT at vision session

[Lake Tahoe News]

Could South Lake Tahoe become the outdoor capital of the world while at the same time providing enough affordable housing for those working here?

The answer, according to some residents, is a resounding yes.

The future of the city was the focus of Tuesday’s City Council meeting...

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Opinion - Yale and Harvard Law Deans Pull No Punches in Op-Ed on Trump

by Placerville Newswire / Feb 15, 2017 / comments

[BY KAREN SLOAN. Martha Minow, left, and Robert Post, right. (Courtesy photos) Martha Minow, left, and Robert Post, right. (Courtesy photos)]

The deans of Yale Law School and Harvard Law School have joined the growing chorus of lawyers publicly condemning President Donald Trump’s attacks on the judiciary.

Opinion - Setting the Record Straight on Recent Presidential Protests

by Placerville Newswire / Feb 15, 2017 / comments

Today, thousands of people assembled in streets around the world to protest the presidency of Donald J. Trump for the fourth straight day in a row.

Why California’s Silly Secession Scheme Can’t Succeed

by Placerville Newswire / Jan 29, 2017 / comments

(Kurt  Schlichter, Townhall)

America’s dopey adolescent California is sulking because Hillary lost, so now it’s talking big about moving out of Mom’s house. According to one local bison, who presumably speaks for much of the proggy herd, the rest of America is unworthy of the Golden State’s glorious presence anyway.

President Obama in Tahoe to address Lake Tahoe Summit, Highlighting Environmental Record

by Placerville Newswire / Aug 11, 2016 / comments

[By Louisa Loveluck]  President Obama will address the annual Lake Tahoe Summit at the end of this month, the White House confirmed Monday, in a move intended to help cement his legacy as a reformer on environmental issues.

The Aug. 31 event will take place on the Nevada lake's South Shore, a backdrop the president's remarks will focus on as he underscores a commitment to addressing climate change and preserving the country's natural treasures for future generations.

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