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March 10, 2014 12:00 AM

This Week: South Lake Tahoe to honor Olympians

If South Lake Tahoe were a country, its medal count from the 2014 Winter Olympics would be higher than that of the vast majority of nations that competed. The community (actually the hamlet of Myers just southwest of South Lake Tahoe) can claim credit for two of the nine gold medals won by the United States.

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