• Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    ·      Check out this story about Lake Tahoe News Publisher Kathryn Reed in the Tahoe Mountain News. ·      Agencies and organizations are working on a plan to improve traffic, parking, and year-round public recreation access from Camp Richardson to Tahoma. Take this survey by Aug. 5 to share your thoughts. ·      Julie Clayton has been […]

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  • Douglas County has grant money to give out

    Douglas County has grant money to give out

    Douglas County is looking for entities to apply for the Community Grant Program. Applicants are encouraged to attend the Board of Commissioners meeting where the electeds will discussed and announce the awards. Grant applications are available at the county manager’s office and treasure’s office in Minden, as well as the general services office at the […]

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  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    ·      The three-day American Century Championship that ended July 15 set an attendance record at 57,097. This is the fourth consecutive year for a record. Last year’s record was 55,801 people. ·      Here is the El Dorado-Tahoe roadwork schedule from Caltrans for the week. ·      The Tahoe Tattoo Show will be July 20-22 at Harrah’s Lake […]

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  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    ·      California State Parks is leading a tour of Washoe Meadows State Park on July 17 from 5:30-7pm to talk about the Upper Truckee River project and future of Lake Tahoe Golf Course. Meet at the corner of Country Club and Bakersfield at 5:25pm. If attending, RSVP to [email protected] ·      El Dorado and Placer counties received […]

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  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    ·      Barton Health’s Robert Maloff Center for Excellence in South Lake Tahoe has been certified as a U.S. Ski & Snowboard center of excellence. ·      Bring old books back to life by creating works of art from the pages. The Douglas County Public Library is hosting the artists of My Thousand Words at the Zephyr Cove […]

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  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    ·      The Douglas County Public Library is having an outdoor storytime at Mormon Station State Historic Park in Genoa on July 20 at 11am. Children of all ages are invited.  ·      Grover Hot Springs State Park in Markleeville plans to make ADA improvements to trails. ·      Lake Tahoe Community College Foundation’s annual Taste of Gold […]

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  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    ·      The South Lake Tahoe Library will host Mad Science on July 13. The free outdoor show starts at 2pm at 1000 Rufus Allen Blvd. Mad Science will be performing their show Spin, Pop Boom where kids will be taught about basic chemistry while seeing experiments such as an explosive foam factory. ·      The Active […]

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  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    ·      West Shore Café in Homewood won Wine Spectator’s award of excellence for the fourth year in a row. ·      The Country Gone Wild after party with Moonshine Bandits will immediately follow the Keith Urban concerts. The parties are July 21 and July 22 at Blu Nightclub inside MontBleu at Stateline. Must be 21 to attend. Tickets […]

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  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    ·      Incline Village Parks & Recreation Department will be hosting an interactive meeting, titled Beaches 101, to allow members of the public to learn more about the ordinance that governs the operations of the beaches, IVGID beaches history and operations. It will be July 11, 6-8pm at the Chateau, 955 Fairway Blvd., Incline Village. ·      […]

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  • Nevada has money for water quality projects

    Nevada has money for water quality projects

    The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection’s Bureau of Water Quality Planning has approximately $1 million in federal funding available to provide grant assistance for projects that prevent or control nonpoint source water pollution, the leading cause of water quality impairment in Nevada.  Nonpoint source water pollution occurs when rain, snowmelt and irrigation water flows over […]

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