• Comments sought on Martis Valley Trail

    Comments sought on Martis Valley Trail

    Comments are being taken until Feb. 20 on the draft environmental assessment report for the Martis Valley Trail right-of-way. A meeting Feb. 1 from 5-7pm at the Truckee Tahoe Airport about the plans.. The report addresses environmental impacts and recommends mitigation measures in regard to t This is a proposed 10-foot-wide paved, 2-foot-wide unpaved multiple-use trail. […]

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  • Crab feed to benefit SLT Catholic Church

    Crab feed to benefit SLT Catholic Church

    St. Theresa’s annual crab feed is Feb. 11 from 6-9pm. Cost is $45 in advance, $50 at the door.  Doors open at 6pm, the dessert auction starts at 7:45pm. The event is at Grace Hall in South Lake Tahoe. This is a fundraiser for the religious education programs and parish building maintenance. For more info, […]

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  • LTN looking for ad sales person

    LTN looking for ad sales person

    You’re already talking about LakeTahoeNews.net every day; now is your opportunity to make money doing so. LTN is looking for someone to sell ads for the news site. Hours are up to you. This would be great for someone looking for some extra cash. Pay is based on commission. Lake Tahoe News is the only […]

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  • IVIGID to host open house in February

    IVIGID to host open house in February

    Incline Village General Improvement District board of trustees will be hosting an open house to allow the public to talk with their elected officials. It will be Feb. 15 from 5-8pm at the Chateau, 955 Fairway Blvd., Incline Village. This is an opportunity for the community to talk one-on-one with electeds in a casual setting. […]

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  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    ·      South Lake Tahoe City Council members at the Jan. 17 meeting are expected to vote themselves a 5 percent raise effective immediately. This would mean they would make $993.30 a month. ·      Cats in Placer County can be spayed or neutered for free through February because of a partnership between Placer County, Petco Foundation […]

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  • Local shoppers rewarded by South Shore chamber

    Local shoppers rewarded by South Shore chamber

    Lake Tahoe South Shore Chamber of Commerce’s Go Local & Win campaign had 53 participating businesses, which included local restaurants, retailers, and recreation. Residents participated in the campaign by earning stickers, for every $25 spent during the holiday shopping season. The chamber received more than 80 completed passports representing almost $24,000 dollars spent locally. The […]

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  • Learn about transportation and technology

    Learn about transportation and technology

    How can technology be used to improve the Lake Tahoe transportation system? That will be the subject of a talk on Jan. 18 from noon-1:30pm in the Creekside room at Lake Tahoe Community College. A panel of experts will walk through new apps and technology being used at Lake Tahoe. Learn more about the new smart […]

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  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    ·       Robert Leftwich will be sworn in as Truckee’s police chief on Jan. 24 at 4:30pm at the airport. ·       The preferred alternative for the Kings Beach recreation area will be presented at a Jan. 18 6-8pm meeting at North Tahoe Event Center. ·      Kings Beach Snowfest Parade will be March 11, 11:30am-12:30pm in downtown […]

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  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    ·      In 2016, TAMBA had 93 volunteer days on 17 trails, with 327 volunteers, and logged 5,212 hours of trail work. ·      Jeff Loux will be the head of Truckee’s Community Development Department starting Feb. 6. ·      Late-Nite Productions is presenting free concerts every Saturday night throughout the winter at Whiskey Disks in South Lake Tahoe. […]

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  • Workshop to focus on VHRs in South Tahoe

    Workshop to focus on VHRs in South Tahoe

    South Lake Tahoe officials have scheduled another workshop on vacation home rentals. It will be Jan. 25 from 6-8pm at the senior center. The city is conducting a study of vacation home rentals. The goal is to find out how they affect residents and the surrounding neighborhood. The input will help the city better understand its role […]

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