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Oct. 26, 2017

TECH BILLIONAIRE TO PURCHASE CAL NEVA RESORT & CASINO

Oracle Corp. co-founder Larry Ellison has been given the go-ahead to purchase the property for $35.8 million, U.S. Bankruptcy Court records showed. A bankruptcy court judge approved the sale to Ellison's Lawrence Investments on Monday, Oct. 16.

 

The Sacramento Bee earlier reported the agreement for the ...

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Oct. 9, 2017

FOREST THINNING UNDERWAY NEAR MOUNT ROSE HIGHWAY ABOVE INCLINE VILLAGE

Tree trimming on U.S. National Forest Service lands above Incline Village resumed last week, as workers aimed to remove excess vegetation that can feed wildfires and improve forest health.

The forest service said the thinning operations are expected to continue throughout fall until winter weather sets in for the ...

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Aug. 20, 2017

RENO RENTERS BUCKLE FROM RECORD-HIGH APARTMENT RENT, ‘NEAR-ZERO’ VACANCY

It’s a journey that most people eventually take.

Fifteen years ago, Anne Carte decided to leave the familiar comforts of home and family to move out on her own.

For Carte, who was 20 years old at the time, moving to the Biggest Little City from San Jose, Calif., represented ...

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June 24, 2017

12 BILLION GALLONS OF WATER POUR INTO LAKE TAHOE AMID THIS WEEK'S HEAT WAVE

The process of the Sierra Nevada spring snow melt sped up this week as a heat wave brought triple-digit temperatures to parts of the Western United States.

A thawing snowpack that's massive after a brutal winter fed rivers and reservoirs with high-flowing runoff.

One place that saw a stunning ...

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June 23, 2017

RENO IS STARTING TO LOOK MORE LIKE SILICON VALLEY

Reno Is Starting to Look More Like Silicon Valley

Run-the-robots jobs at Tesla’s Gigafactory and elsewhere are turning the city into a hipster haven.

 

“Are you with Tesla or Panasonic?” the waitress asks with a smile. It’s morning in Reno, and it’s natural to assume anyone eating breakfast ...

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June 19, 2017

LAKE TAHOE’S WATERS RUN DEEP

Whether you call it Big Blue, the Lake of the Sky — or, as Mark Twain so famously wrote in his masterpiece Roughing It, "the fairest picture the whole earth affords" — one thing is for certain: We all are here because of Lake Tahoe.

But just how much do ...

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June 2, 2017

FAT SNOWPACK MEANS SKINNY BEACHES

Winter may be over, but the heavy snowpack will mean narrower beaches, delayed access to high-elevation hiking and biking trails, and potential flooding. At the end of March, California Department of Water Resources staff found the equivalent of 45.8 inches of water, 164 percent of the historical average, in ...

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May 31, 2017

TAHOE AIRBNB USE UP 50 PERCENT OVER LAST SKI SEASON

Ski resorts weren't the only ones to profit from this year's snowfall totals.

Lake Tahoe-area Airbnb hosts earned $32 million this past ski season, a 50 percent increase from last year, according to a lake-wide report issued by the company on May 3.

But it's not just ...

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May 12, 2017

INCLINE VILLAGE; A HIDEAWAY WHERE BILLIONAIRES COME TO PLAY.... AND SAVE ON TAXES

Many affluent executives become residents of this picturesque Incline Village before a major liquidity event...

Come for fun in the sun – stay for tax advantages! Incline Village is a little bit of paradise on the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe — the skiing mecca — where on “Billionaires’ Row ...

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May 5, 2017

INCLINE VILLAGE GOLF COURSES OPENING SOON!

 

 

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