• Duet fundraiser at LTCC

    Duet fundraiser at LTCC

    Mark Williams, Lake Tahoe Community College music instructor, will be singing duets with some of the area’s best divas to raise money for a concert grand piano for the college’s music department. “It Takes Two: A Broadway Valentine” will be Feb. 6 at 8pm in the Duke Theatre. Tickets will be a $20 donation. “In […]

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  • Douglas County deputies want your prescription drugs

    Douglas County deputies want your prescription drugs

    The Douglas County Partnership of Community Resources and the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with local businesses, will be conducting a Prescription Drug Roundup this month. The purpose of the roundup is to get unused and unwanted prescription medications out of medicine cabinets – where they can be stolen or abused – and safely […]

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  • Tahoe’s talk of Vancouver, Jan. 22

    Tahoe’s talk of Vancouver, Jan. 22

    Publisher’s note: Lake Tahoe News’ Opening Day at Whistler. Staff is at the site of the Winter Olympics to ski the mountains before Lake Tahoe athletes go after gold here in February. By Kathryn Reed WHISTLER, British Columbia — Living in the mountains would make me think seeing other mountains would not make me giddy. […]

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  • Heavenly execs work the line at Bread & Broth

    Heavenly execs work the line at Bread & Broth

    Heavenly Mountain Resort’s senior staff left the mountain and converged in the kitchen at Bread & Broth this week to serve more than 75 locals in need of a hot meal. In addition to providing volunteers to cook, serve meals and clean dishes at St. Theresa’s Grace Hall, Heavenly also donated $250 to sponsor the […]

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  • From ragtime to swing

    From ragtime to swing

    Nan Bostick’s “From Gaslight Ragtime to Electrified Swing Time” is Feb. 5 at 7pm at the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center, 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd. Admission is $5. Bostick will present her history of ragtime program in the local schools Feb. 1-5. The event is sponsored by Tahoe Arts Project.

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  • South Shore chamber on rebranding mission

    South Shore chamber on rebranding mission

    By Kathryn Reed Tonight the Lake Tahoe South Shore Chamber of Commerce will unveil its rebranding campaign for the 3-year-old entity. “We are going to try to do a better job of communication with our members and the community,” chamber President Patrick Atherton told Lake Tahoe News. Going forward the chamber wants to better articulate […]

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  • Soroptimist recognize STHS seniors for their achievements

    Soroptimist recognize STHS seniors for their achievements

    By Kathryn Reed STATELINE — Grades are important, but what makes these four young women standout among their peers is the complete package. “These extraordinary young women truly deserve this recognition,” South Tahoe High Principal Ivone Larson said. Larson was speaking about Sandra Zepeda, Catherine Kushner, Rachel Kaufer and Alexis Holmes. On Wednesday, the four […]

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  • Wii snags Tahoe athletes for snowboarding game

    Wii snags Tahoe athletes for snowboarding game

    Just in time for the world to celebrate prime snowboarding season, Destineer announces the imminent release of Triple Crown Championship Snowboarding for Wii starring Hannah Teter of South Lake Tahoe, Gretchen Bleiler, and Lindsey Jacobellis. The game features three of the national snowboarding team’s biggest female athletes in their natural element, strapped onto snowboards that […]

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  • 2002 Olympic torch run unites South Shore community

    2002 Olympic torch run unites South Shore community

    By Susan Wood As a new year and decade begin, I reflect on a time when South Lake Tahoe had reason to celebrate. If only for a moment, no unfinished projects, crumbling sidewalks, lost tourism promotion opportunities or staggering unemployment figures cloud my mind. One year ago today, the South Shore was placed on the […]

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  • Olympic author to speak in South Tahoe

    Olympic author to speak in South Tahoe

    What: “Snowball’s Chance” author David Antonucci presents a complete account of the preparations, pageantry, ceremonies, competitions and epilogues of the historic VIII Olympic Winter Games. Books will be available for purchase following the presentation. This program is free and refreshments will be provided. Where: Explore Tahoe: An Urban Trailhead, 4114 Lake Tahoe Blvd. in the […]

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