• The Three Dot brotherhood in Kings Beach

    The Three Dot brotherhood in Kings Beach

    By Sean McAlindin, Tahoe Weekly Lake Tahoe has always attracted those with big dreams and the imaginative bent to make them a reality. Yet for every C. F. McGlashan or Alexander Cushing there have been scores of unknowns who banded together to build something from nothing. It’s common for Tahoe locals to start their own […]

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  • Workshop in El Dorado County about reforestation

    Workshop in El Dorado County about reforestation

    UC Cooperative Extension, Northern California Society of American Foresters, El Dorado County Resource Conservation District, CalFire and the Natural Resources Conservation Service will be hosting a series of one-day workshops aimed at land owners, foresters and others who are involved in planning and executing tree planting and reforestation projects. It may also be of interest […]

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  • Classical Tahoe announces 2018 festival season

    Classical Tahoe announces 2018 festival season

    Classical Tahoe celebrates its seventh season of bringing orchestral music to the Lake Tahoe region in a 12-concert series from July 20 to Aug.12. Musicians from the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic and the symphonies of San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, Toronto, Vancouver, Leipzig Gewandhaus and other exceptional orchestras will join the ensemble. In 2018 […]

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  • Fundraiser to benefit veterans

    Fundraiser to benefit veterans

    The second Annual Nowruz “New Year” Celebration Feast to benefit Veterans Healing Camp will be March 27 from 5-10pmat the Casino Fandango Buffet Banquet Room in Carson City. This is a casual and festive fundraiser that features food, music, dancing, silent auction and a door prize. Nowruz is the ancient Persian “New Year” celebrated since […]

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  • International Skiing History Association to give awards at Squaw

    International Skiing History Association to give awards at Squaw

    The International Skiing History Association, the nonprofit organization whose mission is to preserve and advance the knowledge of ski history and to increase public awareness of the sport’s heritage, will honor seven historians at its 26th annual awards ceremony during Skiing History Days at Squaw Valley next month. The March 23 awards banquet will be […]

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  • Liberty providing scholarships to area students

    Liberty providing scholarships to area students

    Liberty Utilities is offering academic scholarships for eligible high school and college students within its service territory. The eight schools participating are South Tahoe High School, Loyalton High School, Douglas High School (students residing in Alpine County only), Coleville High School, North Tahoe High School, Truckee High School and Portola High School, as well as […]

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  • Anti-sexual harassment and bullying workshop

    Anti-sexual harassment and bullying workshop

    Lake Tahoe South Shore Chamber of Commerce invites HR leaders, business owners, and managers to attend the Level UP Anti-Sexual Harassment and Bullying workshop on Feb. 21. It will be from noon to 1:30pm inside the chamber’s Stateline conference room. The cost is $10 for chamber members and $20 for others. Workshop facilitator Laura Moriarty […]

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  • Tahoe Tails — Adoptable Pets in South Lake Tahoe

    Tahoe Tails — Adoptable Pets in South Lake Tahoe

    Kahlua and Tucker came to the shelter together, and we would like them to go to their new home together too.  Kahlua is a 3-year-old female Yorkshire terrier/Chihuahua, and Tucker is a 9-year old male poodle mix. They are very friendly and love to go for walks. Kahlua is a bit of a character, with […]

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  • Kings Beach getting ready for Snowfest

    Kings Beach getting ready for Snowfest

    The annual Kings Beach Snowfest Parade is scheduled for March 10, 11:30am-12:30pm on Highway 28 in downtown Kings Beach between Secline and Coon streets. Last year’s Kings Beach Snowfest Parade was attended by an estimated 1,000 spectators and featured 30 entries including kids, music, animals, clubs and more. This year, the parade will be filled […]

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  • Estate planning for digital assets

    Estate planning for digital assets

    By Natalie Banta, The Conversation What will happen to your Facebook account when you die? What about all your photos shared on social media, your texts with loved ones, or documents on cloud-storage systems? In just the two-year period from 2012 to 2014, humans produced more data than in all of human civilization before that […]

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