• Tahoe Tails — Adoptable Pets in South Lake Tahoe

    Tahoe Tails — Adoptable Pets in South Lake Tahoe

    Nadine is a 2-year-old husky-cattle dog mix who has two different colored eyes. This girl loves to play with other dogs, but she also likes to chase cats. Good with kids, housebroken, basic commands and good on leash. She is very quiet in the shelter and weighs about 60 pounds.  Nadine pulls on her leash […]

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  • Safely manage insects on indoor plants

    Safely manage insects on indoor plants

    By Melinda Myers Winter can be hard on gardeners and our indoor plants. Low light, shorter days and dry air stress our houseplants while helping insects thrive. Don’t despair if insects have moved in and your plants are struggling with yellow or speckled leaves. Instead, invest a bit of time and effort managing these pests […]

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  • Free radon presentation in Stateline

    Free radon presentation in Stateline

    The University of Nevada Cooperative Extension’s Radon Education Program is offering educational presentations and free radon test kits across Nevada. One presentation is scheduled for 6pm Jan. 23 at the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency offices in Stateline. University of Nevada Cooperative Extension has partnered with the California Radon Program, so free radon test kits will […]

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  • This year’s flu exposes flaws in medical system

    This year’s flu exposes flaws in medical system

    By Morten Wendelbo and Christine Crudo Blackburn, The Conversation Flu season in the U.S. typically peaks in February, but this year’s outbreak is already one of the worst on record. As of Jan. 6, 20 children have died from the flu, and overall mortality caused by the flu is already double that of last year’s. […]

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  • STMS students learn through making

    STMS students learn through making

    By Lake Tahoe News Jackie Tan’s class at South Tahoe Middle School might be the only one where failure is encouraged, even rewarded. “It’s normal to encounter failure. We work through things,” Tan said. When something goes awry in class the students are encouraged to learn from their mistakes by trying again, and perhaps again. […]

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  • Community rallies behind Bread & Broth

    Community rallies behind Bread & Broth

    By Kathryn Reed Food that rivals most restaurants on the South Shore – that’s how good dinners are at Bread & Broth. While it’s only open one day a week, it is a lifeline for so many in the community. It’s not unusual for 100 people to show up at St. Theresa’s Grace Hall in […]

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  • Local nonprofits benefit from Vail Resorts

    Local nonprofits benefit from Vail Resorts

    Heavenly Mountain, Northstar and Kirkwood resorts gave money and product donations to 92 nonprofits in South Lake Tahoe, Meyers, Jackson, Stateline, Minden, Gardnerville and Carson City as well as organizations from Truckee, Tahoe City, Kings Beach and Incline Village. For this year’s EpicPromise grant cycle, Vail Resorts — the parent company of the ski resorts […]

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  • Flu forces delay in opening of STHS play

    Flu forces delay in opening of STHS play

    The opening of “Thoroughly Modern Millie” at South Tahoe High School has been delayed. More than a dozen student actors are out sick with the flu. The play was to open Jan. 19. School officials hope the play will be able to performed on Saturday. Tickets sold for Friday’s performance may be exchanged for another […]

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  • Free movie night at The Loft on Friday

    Free movie night at The Loft on Friday

    The North American premiere of the award-winning Italian film “Aeffetto Domino” (“Domino Effect”) will be shown at The Loft in South Lake Tahoe on Jan. 19 — for free. The movie’s writer, director, and star, Fabio Massa, will be at the premiere, with Q&A and meet and greet after the screening. Fabio was awarded best […]

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  • Keith Urban, Dave Matthews coming to Tahoe

    Keith Urban, Dave Matthews coming to Tahoe

    It’s time to start thinking about summer concerts at Lake Tahoe. Here is the lineup so far for the Harveys Outdoor Summer Concert Series: Keith Urban, July 21-22, 7pm — tickets from $59.50-$139.50. Kelsea Ballerini will be opening. Charlie Puth, Aug. 18, 7pm — tickets $39.50-$69.50. Hailee Steinfeld opening. Dave Matthews Band, Sept. 7, 7:30pm […]

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