• NDOT conducting wind survey

    NDOT conducting wind survey

    Drivers can log onto www.nevadadot.com/wind before March 31 to take a brief survey and provide feedback on the wind warning system located along highways 395 429 between Reno and Carson City. Winds are frequently high in the area. In the past 16 years, approximately 30 high-profile vehicles such as commercial trucks, RVs, campers, buses and […]

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  • Oscars at Opal benefit for TAP

    Oscars at Opal benefit for TAP

    Oscars at Opal is a benefit for Tahoe Arts Project, the organization that brings music and theater to students in the schools on the South Shore of Lake Tahoe. The event is March 7 at MontBleu Opal Lounge at Stateline.  Doors open at 4:30pm, with the telecast stating at 5pm. Tickets are $50. For tickets […]

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  • Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    Snippets about Lake Tahoe

    South Lake Tahoe City Councilman Bruce Grego says he’s not getting special treatment by being the only councilman with a filing cabinet at the city offices. He wants to keep paperwork there. Everyone else in the 44-year history of the city has taken the material home. Former Councilman Ted Long tried to get his own […]

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  • League to Save Lake Tahoe in escrow

    League to Save Lake Tahoe in escrow

    The League to Save Lake Tahoe is gearing up to move into a building that it owns. The environmental group is in escrow on the old Lorraine Bakery at the corner of Highway 50 and Third Street in South Lake Tahoe. The League offices are currently on Emerald Bay Road on land that years ago […]

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  • A sixth day with Dan Thrift on KTHO

    A sixth day with Dan Thrift on KTHO

    The new morning guy at KTHO-FM 96.1/AM-590 can’t get a day off. Hear what Dan Thrift is doing now after being a full time photojournalist for years and learn what he thinks about bear hunting. He’ll be the guest on Saturday at 10am. Or listen at www.kthoradio.com.

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  • CPR class on the South Shore

    CPR class on the South Shore

    A BLS CPR class is being offered Feb. 15 from 5:30-9pm. Cost is $50 for this one-evening class. Fee includes manual. This course is geared for the general public, covering the 30:2 CPR for adults, children and infants, AED, airway, masks and choking. With successful completion, students will receive a two-year CPR certificate. The instructor […]

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  • Snowshoe Thompson talk

    Snowshoe Thompson talk

    Nina MacLeod will talk about Snowshoe Thompson and the history of long boards at the Lake Tahoe Historical Society’s quarterly meeting on Feb. 9 at 7pm in the Lodge of Camp Richardson. MacLeod, a native of Oslo, Norway, and Lake Tahoe resident, is a ski instructor and an expert in cross country. The talk is […]

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  • Travelocity Gnome headed to Utah

    Travelocity Gnome headed to Utah

    Utah won the Travelocity Gnome contest on Facebook by 64 votes over Lake Tahoe. Of 285,482 votes, 142,709 (49.98 percent) went to Lake Tahoe and 142,773 (50.01 percent) to Utah.

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  • Chili sales to benefit Lake Tahoe Museum

    Chili sales to benefit Lake Tahoe Museum

    Coyote Grill will donate proceeds from bowls of chili sold on Feb. 4 from 5-10pm to the Lake Tahoe Museum. The restaurant is near Safeway in Round Hill.

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