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California's Experiment in Reducing Poverty Worked. So Why Did it Stop?
The COVID-era dive into European-style social democracy helped a lot of people—but now that's all over.
SLT Cross-Country Coach Austin Angell Coaches Three Generations of Runners
It’s rare that someone not only has an impact on one young person’s life but then goes on to mentor three generations of that person’s family.
Tahoe Beach Club Gives Thanks by Giving Back
In the spirit of the holidays, Tahoe Beach Club delivered a Thanksgiving meal to Tahoe Douglas Fire Station 23, a gesture that exemplifies the club’s values of gratitude and community engagement.
From Sacramento Bee...
State Releases EIR for Delta Tunnel
The California Department of Water Resources released an environmental impact report for a tunnel that the state would like to build through the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. The report identifies potential impacts to farmland, tribal remains and endangered species of fish.
Coyotes More Likely To Turn Up at Wealthier Properties in San Francisco
A coyote recently was found at the $27 million Russian Hill home of AI mogul Sam Altman. This relates to a study, which found that coyote sightings were more frequent in higher-income areas of San Francisco.
Fish and Wildlife Service Seeks Public Comment on Barred Owl Strategy
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking public input on a draft environmental impact statement and draft management strategy that addresses the threat of invasive barred owls to native spotted owls.
Lake Tahoe Pro Hockey Team Announces Name
More than 1,000 names were submitted—from the Tahoe Tessies to the Bear Claws—for the Lake Tahoe pro hockey team. Come next October, the team will take the ice as the Tahoe Knight Monsters.
From Los Angeles Times...
Protesters Expected Outside of Biden LA Fundraiser
A large gathering of protesters sympathetic to the plight of the Palestinian people is expected outside a fundraiser Dec. 8 in Westwood for President Biden. Police have warned that any violence won’t be tolerated.
Thousands of Migrant Farmworker Apartments Sit Vacant for Months
Even though California is facing a crippling housing shortage, one potential source remains untapped. The state allows thousands of apartments used for part of the year by farmworkers to otherwise sit vacant for three to six months.
SLT City Council: Long-Awaited Cannabis Lounge Decision Gets Carried Over to Next Meeting
The last agenda item of the evening, the cannabis ordinance was carried over to the South Lake Tahoe council’s next meeting. Someone in the audience said, “We waited years for this.”
Boys & Girls Club Launches Playground Campaign
“Let the Kids Play,” a campaign by the Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe, will raise $350,000 to upgrade the Al Tahoe playground.
At-Home COVID Tests Can Be Reimbursable in California
Although the federal government is providing four free COVID tests per month, that’s not the only way to get them. Aetna and Blue Shield of California members can be reimbursed for up to eight at-home tests per month, while Kaiser Permanente is offering discounts on tests.
From New York Times...
Plan to Eliminate Catalina’s Deer Infuriates Locals
Conservationists intend to shoot all of the deer on Santa Catalina Island by helicopter. Some people are opposed, either for not wanting to eliminate the deer or for missing out on future chances to hunt them.
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