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Carson Valley Girls Softball to begin sign-ups

December 12, 2018 — Online registration for the Carson Valley Girls Softball Association will begin on Saturday and will run through Jan. 11. Those interested can register at carsonvalleyfastpitch.com. Ages 4-14 are eligible. A $10 family discount will be offered. Sign-ups also will be held at the Douglas County

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Zephyr Cove Ski Club accepting registration through Dec. 20

December 9, 2018 — The Zephyr Cove Ski Club has announced signup dates for the 2018-19 snow season. Skiers and snowboarders may register from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday and from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday at Kahle Community Center. The Douglas County Parks and Recreation sponsored club is offering improvements

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‘Tis the season

December 7, 2018 — Hello fellow anglers, it is snowing everywhere. Which means that many roads in Alpine county have finally closed for the season. With our recent storms brings ice on some of our surrounding lakes and ponds. I strongly recommend to stay off of the ice, even

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Lake Tahoe Lady Coyotes historic season ends with loss

December 5, 2018 — The Coyotes historic soccer run finally came to end Sunday, one win short of their ultimate goal. Lake Tahoe Community College lost 1-0 to Santiago Canyon in the final of the California Community College Athletic Association Women's Soccer State Championships in Ventura, Calif., and had

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Gansberg Northern 4A first team for Douglas

December 5, 2018 — Luke Gansberg was named to the Northern 4A first team on defense to lead the Douglas High football team's postseason honors. Gansberg averaged more than nine tackles a game this season, finishing the year with 75 tackles to help lead the Tigers to a 5-5

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Joe Santoro: Wolf Pack experienced and savvy

December 4, 2018 — Don't you dare call Eric Musselman old, tired, worn out or past his expiration date. The 54-year-old Nevada Wolf Pack men's basketball coach is a workout demon with abs that make Generation Z members jealous. He runs wildly into locker rooms after winning NCAA tournament

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Dedicated ski patrollers and their dogs keep Tahoe’s slopes safe

December 1, 2018 — Since the early 18th century, monks traveled the snowy St. Bernard Pass — a 49-mile route in the Alps between Italy and Switzerland — with the help of the passageway's namesake dog. The rescue dogs would reportedly dig through the snow to find trapped travelers

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Stay safe when it comes to winter recreation

November 29, 2018 — With rain and snow showers ruling the next 10-day forecast, ski and snowboard enthusiasts are rejoicing. But, before you head on to the slopes it is time for a reminder: Safety first. Every year search and rescue teams around the Tahoe Basin respond to calls

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Lady Coyotes continue historic soccer run, reach Final Four

November 28, 2018 — The Lady Coyotes uniforms were wet and muddy, but their spirits have never been higher. Lake Tahoe Community College knocked off top seed Sierra, 2-0, Saturday afternoon in the California Community College Athletic Association Women's Soccer Regional Championships. They are now one of four teams

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Estes to speak at Dolan Dinner

November 27, 2018 — RENO — Former San Francisco Giants pitcher and Douglas High School legend Shawn Estes will be the featured speaker at the 35th annual Bobby Dolan Baseball Dinner. The event will take place Thursday, Jan. 17 at the Reno Ballroom. Tickets for the dinner will be

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MW football rankings: Boise and Fresno rule

November 26, 2018 — It took the Mountain West three months and an entire regular season to determine what the conference's football media predicted back in July. The Boise State Broncos, ranked No. 1 in the Nevada Appeal Mountain West football rankings, and the Fresno State Bulldogs, ranked No.

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Stalking the wily Lahontan cutthroat trout

November 22, 2018 — With the opening of trout season recently at Pyramid Lake, several intrepid fly fishermen from the High Sierra Fly Casters headed north to try our luck casting gaudy streamers to the Lahontan cutthroat trout population in that lake. Pyramid Lake has a good reputation for

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Douglas County man wins King of the Cage match

November 19, 2018 — David Park made his mark at the "King of the Cage" 42 at the Silver Legacy Pavilion, dominating his fight. Park, 51, dominated Ben Sablan, a tough opponent representing Combined Martial Science and west Coast Brawlers in Chino, Calif. Park dominated the fight from the

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South Lake Tahoe’s Jamie Anderson named to 2018-19 US Snowboard Team

November 17, 2018 — Jamie Anderson on Monday was named to the 2018-19 U.S Snowboard Team according to a press release from U.S. Ski and Snowboard. The announcement was a forgone conclusion with Anderson winning slopestyle gold medals in each of the past two Winter Olympics. She also won

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Fishing season closing around region

November 17, 2018 — Hello fellow anglers, As of Nov. 15, the fishing season has come to a close for many areas. Inyo and Mono county lakes and rivers and most rivers in California. Check your regulations as some rivers will convert to catch and release with artificial lures

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Mountain West continues to shake it up

November 14, 2018 — The Nevada Appeal Mountain West football rankings are still shaking. Just one team in this week's rankings — the Nevada Wolf Pack — stayed where it was heading into last week's games after a wild weekend. The rankings have a new No. 1 — the

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Joe Santoro: Pack’s 6-11 freshman ‘trying to fit’ role

November 13, 2018 — The pup of the Nevada Wolf Pack men's basketball team is more than happy to take care of his wiser, older and more experienced pack leaders. "I'm just trying to fit my role," 6-foot-11 Wolf Pack freshman Jordan Brown said this week. "I just want

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CV girls basketball wins Tah-Neva

November 8, 2018 — The Carson Valley Middle School sixth-seventh grade girls basketball team won the Tah-Neva championship, finishing with a 13-0 record. In the Tah-Neva Tournament, Carson Valley beat South Tahoe and Alder Creek to reach the championship game against Pau-Wa-Lu. Carson Valley beat Pau-Wa-Lu 30-19. On the

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Smith finishes ninth in state championships

November 8, 2018 — Maya Smith finished ninth for the Douglas girls cross country team at the NIAA 4A State Championships on Saturday at Boulder City's Veterans Memorial Park. Smith covered the 3.1-mile course in 20 minutes, 15.6 seconds. Both the Douglas girls and boys teams finished seventh in

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Lady Coyotes ready to host heavyweight showdown

November 3, 2018 — SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — The best, and by far the cheapest, entertainment Tuesday on the South Shore will be at Lake Tahoe Community College. Two undefeated, nationally-ranked soccer teams will clash in a late season, non-league battle in lead up to playoffs. And admission

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