Snippets about Lake Tahoe

calfire• Beginning June 17, CalFire’s Amador-El Dorado-Sacramento Unit will suspend dooryard burning permits.

• Cindy Martinez, Bijou Community School teacher, was appointed by the board of education to be principal for 2013-14.

• As of June 10, El Dorado County Superior Court’s telephone access for the public was reduced to 8am-1pm because of budget cuts and staff shortages.

• The South Tahoe Garden Club will present certified arborist William Probst on June 25 at the Demonstration Garden at Lake Tahoe Community College. Starting at 12:30pm he will talk about when to prune, which tools to use and how to prune vegetation.

• Squaw Valley is open for the summer. New activities include an outdoor climbing wall as well as free croquet, bean bag toss and a slackline park at the base area. Paintball is moving from High Camp to the base area. Mountaintop activities include free daily guided hikes as well as disc golf, tennis and geocaching, all of which are free with an aerial tram ticket or 2013-14 season pass.


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