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Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Spain’s mission system enslaved native Californians

On Jan. 24, 1848, a New Jersey-born millwright and carpenter, James W. Marshall, discovered gold on the South Fork of the American River in...

Baby Face Nelson’s connection to Tahoe, Part I

The catchy nicknames coined by law enforcement and the press ring out like sirens from America’s Great Depression of the 1930s. Gangsters, bank robbers...

Monster Hunter Chases Legends of Nevada

What strange creatures roam the Nevada deserts and mountains? Author and investigator David Weatherly has released a new book “Silver State Monsters: Cryptids &...

Nevada launches Trail Finder

Nevada outdoor recreation partners have launched Nevada Trail Finder, a free, web-based mapping resource designed to help Nevadans and visitors discover thousands of miles...

Historic “Teotihuacan” opens at de Young Museum

Teotihuacan: City of Water, City of Fire” is the first major U.S. exhibition on Teotihuacan in more than 20 years. The ancient metropolis of...

Vigilante Hanging in Reno

In the second half of the 19th Century, vigilante activism was common throughout the West. During the 1850s, businessmen in San Francisco organized vigilance...

Magic in Markleeville: Battered town rich in Sierra history

Over the past few years, the residents and businesses of Markleeville have been to hell and back. First, the Covid-19 pandemic shut down tourism...

Travelogue on Hwy. 395 released

Author Stephen H. Provost has released his new book “Sierra Highway: U.S. 395 and El Camino Sierra in California and Nevada (Highways of the...

Tahoe joins Aquarium

Tahoe, a juvenile North American river otter, and will make his public debut at the Aquarium of the Bay on Pier 39 in San...

Roberts releases new book

Suzanne Roberts a travel writer, memoirist and poet has released “Bad Tourist: Misadventures in Love and Travel” from the University of Nebraska Press. Both a...