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Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Be prepared for winter driving

Everyone from locals to first-time visitors need to be prepared for winter driving conditions in the Tahoe Sierra, including stocking your car with supplies...

“Mountain Picassos” on exhibit

Basque tree carvings, or arborglyphs, have long been of interest to historians, Basque scholars, foresters and hikers. Carved by Basque sheepherders tending their flocks...

The art of the Quick Draw At Plein Air Open

Imagine that you are set up with your canvas, paints and easel perched in the middle of a bustling Tahoe City Farmers Market. Everything...

Advocating for conservation, outdoors | Eric Petlock

Story & photos by Priya Hutner ·   An avid outdoorsman, Eric Petlock also is passionate about conservation ·  I met Eric Petlock in a short...

Truckee Community Christmas

The nonprofit Truckee Community Christmas is accepting donations until mid-December for clean, gently used or new winter coats, which can be dropped off at...

First Boats on Big Blue

This weekend, Sierra Boat Company in Carnelian Bay is hosting the Concours d’Elegance wooden boat show, a gathering of some of the world’s most...

Sugar Bowl: Birth of an Historic Ski Resort, Part III

It’s been 80 years since Sugar Bowl opened in December 1939 to become California’s first world-class ski area. Hannes Schroll, an Austrian immigrant who...

Lakeside Park History Trail: Self-guided tour explores historic neighborhood

They’ve done it again. Lake Tahoe Historical Society has added to its Historic Walking Tours with one of the oldest neighborhoods: Lakeside Park. There...

Cookbook celebrates local Latino cooks

In September, during Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month, the Truckee Library Latino Cookbook Project was created to celebrate cooks of the Latinx community. Nataly Zarate gathered...

Rolf Godon

I met Rolf Godon sampling savory prosciutto and Parmesan waffles for a mutual friend, who was testing recipes for the opening of his new...