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    By Tara Siegel Bernard, News York Times Anita Maina was working on an arts and crafts project she found on Pinterest — creating a table out of wood and cork — when she ripped off a fingernail while removing staples from a piece of wood. “It is one of those things that really hurt, and […]

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  • Policymakers rethink merits of Common Core

    By Kimberly Hefling and Julie Carr Smyth, AP COLUMBUS, Ohio — Millions of students will sit down at computers this year to take new tests rooted in the Common Core standards for math and reading, but policymakers in many states are having buyer’s remorse. The fight to repeal the standards has heated up in Ohio, […]

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  • Palacio: ‘It’s time for a new generation’

    Publisher’s note: Lake Tahoe News asked the seven South Lake Tahoe City Council candidates a series of questions. All are the same except for one that is specific to each candidate. The responses are being run in the order LTN received them. Name: Matt Palacio Profession/work experience: Did not respond. Age: 34 (35 later this […]

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  • STHS grad cut from Jets

    By Paul Newbold, Jet Press Every year Jets fans have to say goodbye to one or more of their favorite players, as cuts are made and aging players are deemed expendable or “washed up”. As I age I guess I’m getting a bit sentimental towards these guys, they are young in real life but their […]

  • Accident at Hard Rock Hotel halts construction

    Construction at what will be a Hard Rock Hotel in Stateline has stopped because a worker was injured on the job Friday. The porte cochere – or overhang for what was the valet area for the old Horizon hotel-casino – collapsed Aug. 29, injuring one of the workers. The extent of the injuries is not […]

  • Health plan deductibles weigh down employees

    By Tara Siegel Bernard, News York Times Anita Maina was working on an arts and crafts project she found on Pinterest — creating a table out of wood and cork — when she ripped off a fingernail while removing staples from a piece of wood. “It is one of those things that really hurt, and […]

  • How mental toughness gives athletes the edge

    By Rachel Jacqueline, Life At a sudden-death play-off for first place in the World University Championships of golf earlier this year, Hong Kong amateur Tiffany Chan was staring defeat in the face. Watching her competitor sink a difficult putt, she knew she had to match her rival. After four rounds of play, the two golfers […]

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