Heavenly ropes course

Heavenly Mountain Resort has three ropes courses at the top of the gondola.

Mass casualty drill

Lake Tahoe Airport on Aug. 25, 2014, was the scene of a mass casualty training incident. The scenario was a C130 with 47 people on board crashed while landing at the South Lake Tahoe airport.

Deerfield Lodge fire

This footage of the July 23, 2014, Deerfield Lodge fire in South Lake Tahoe was supplied to Lake Tahoe News by Denis Bellocq of New York who was staying at the Black Bear Inn.

Echo Summit track

Dedication of the Echo Summit 1968 track and field Olympic training site as a historical place:

Wagner talks about Sorenstam

Actor-musician Jack Wagner talks about what it will be like having Annika Sorenstam in the field during the 25th anniversary of the American Century Championship at Edgewood Tahoe July 15-20.

Ropes course at Granlibakken

Flying through the air is just part of the fun at the North Tahoe Adventures rope course based at Granlibakken resort in Tahoe City.

CTC buying property in South Lake Tahoe

California Tahoe Conservancy is buying three properties in South Lake Tahoe. Hilary Roverud with the city of Lake Tahoe Tahoe talks about the South Y Lodge property on May 9.

Sierra-at-Tahoe’s golden girls

2014 Olympians Maddie Bowman, Jamie Anderson and Hannah Teter — all from Meyers, all ride for Sierra-at-Tahoe — are welcomed home March 15 with a parade and celebration at the ski resort.

Former LTCC President Jim Duke

Jim Duke, Lake Tahoe Community College’s first president, talks about the early years.

LTCC celebrating 40th year

Roberta Mason, an original and current member of the Lake Tahoe Community College board, speaks about what it took to create the South Lake Tahoe institution that is celebrating its 40th anniversary.