• Tahoe Adventure Film Festival coming to Stateline

    Tahoe Adventure Film Festival coming to Stateline

    Marking 15 years of adventure sports cinematography and culture, Tahoe Adventure Film Festival is the annual gathering of the who’s who of outdoor adventure set in a hypnotic theatrical show of go-go dancers and action imagery. It’s where the industry’s best filmmakers premier their latest adventure sports films one night only hosted by festival creator […]

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  • Arthritis likely to follow torn ligaments

    Arthritis likely to follow torn ligaments

    By Ginga Kolata, New York Times When Jason Lalli tore his left anterior cruciate ligament at age 26, he thought he would be fine as soon as he had his knee repaired. As a soccer player who competed through college and then on recreational teams, he knew that A.C.L. injuries could be debilitating but also […]

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  • Tips to make holiday shopping a safe activity

    Tips to make holiday shopping a safe activity

    With Black Friday just days away and the holiday season here, the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office offers 12 Tips of Holiday Safety to help people stay focused on personal safety. Be careful not to get so caught up in the shopping frenzy that you lose awareness of your surroundings. If you see suspicious activity in […]

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  • Annual Tuba Christmas Concert in December

    Annual Tuba Christmas Concert in December

    The Wilbur D. May Museum’s annual Tuba Christmas Concert is Dec. 2. This free, family-friendly event features holiday carols arranged in four-part harmony and performed by local tuba, baritone, and euphonium players. All area tuba, baritone, and euphonium players are invited to participate in the Tuba Christmas Concert. Musician registration begins at 12:30pm and musician […]

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  • Ida Grasso — 1919-2017

    Ida Grasso — 1919-2017

    Ida R. Grasso died Oct. 27, 2017, in Carson City. She was 98. Ida was born in Lawrence, Mass., on July 5, 1919. She had lived in Torrance since 1955. Ida is survived by son Tony Grasso (Teri) of Stateline; daughter Beverly Ann Grasso of Sacramento; grandchildren Nicholas, Christopher, Katherine and Meredith Grasso, Bruce and […]

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  • Tahoe Tails — Adoptable Pets in South Lake Tahoe

    Tahoe Tails — Adoptable Pets in South Lake Tahoe

    Bruce is a very cute 3 year old Chihuahua/rat terrier mix who has lots of personality. He is a nice boy who loves to play with other dogs and go for walks with his people. He does need an adult only home. (He is best friends with Lou, if you would like them both their […]

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  • Molly Mundy — 1992-2017

    Molly Mundy — 1992-2017

    Molly Matthews Mundy died in a tragic auto accident on Nov. 2, 2017. She was 25. Molly was born Sept. 2, 1992, and raised in South Lake Tahoe. She loved the outdoors, soccer, her two dogs and cat, country music, and most of all, family. You could often find her on a local beach with […]

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  • Family movie night at LTCC

    Family movie night at LTCC

    Lake Tahoe Community College is hosting a holiday, family movie night on Dec. 8 at 5:30pm in the Duke Theatre. “The Polar Express” starring Tom Hanks will be on the big screen. Come dressed in cozy pajamas, then gather the family for a holiday photo with Coyote Claus. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for […]

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  • Dental health critical at an early age

    Dental health critical at an early age

    By Rob Oldham It’s a common misconception that baby teeth don’t matter much — after all, they’re just going to fall out anyway, right?  But the science is firm: Baby teeth are not expendable, and they have many more roles beyond “holding space” for permanent teeth.  Proper care of your child’s baby teeth can help […]

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  • Memory subject of talk in Incline Village

    Memory subject of talk in Incline Village

    Charan Ranganath, director of the UC Davis Memory and Plasticity Program and professor of psychology, on Jan. 18 will be talking about the cutting-edge of human memory research. Recent discoveries in neuroscience have revealed significant insights into how people remember and how to remember better. Evidence shows that the very act of remembering can sometimes […]

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