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12th Annual Tahoe Sierra Golf Guide | 2022

Inside North Lake Tahoe | North Lake Tahoe | Northstar | Olympic Valley | South Lake Tahoe | Truckee | Lost Sierra North Lake Tahoe Incline Village Championship Course — Opens May 13 In the 1960s, Robert Trent Jones and …


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The majesty of Sierra Valley’s birds

A few times a year I make my way to Sierra Valley north of Truckee for a road bike ride and am always amazed by the pastoral beauty of ranches, sagebrush and marshes that provides habitat for a range of …


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A Tahoe workcation: Balancing work and fun

As any small business owner knows, you’re never off work. You’re always on call to deal with any issues that may pop up. Text messages from a vendor at 7 a.m., calls from clients at 9 p.m. on a Saturday, …


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Aftermath of Alpine Meadows’ 1982 avalanche

After days of incessant snowfall, on the afternoon of March 31, 1982, a massive wall of snow came crashing down on the base area of Alpine Meadows ski resort north of Lake Tahoe. Century-old pine trees snapped like toothpicks — …


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Spectators welcome at American Century, Barracuda

The American Century Celebrity Golf Championship and the Barracuda Championship PGA stop will return to the Tahoe Sierra in July. Both events will be open to spectators this year and tickets are on sale now. American Century | The American …


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Tahoe’s 2022 wildfire outlook

Courtesy Tahoe Fire and Fuels Team What began as a promising winter fizzled out in early 2022, leading to the driest January and February recorded across California and Nevada since record keeping began. Closer to home, Tahoe City, which has …


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Blü Egyptian: Breaking the genre boundaries

With two new singles and an album set to release on May 20, genre-bending band Blü Egyptian is making waves and heading to Tahoe. Named after the lotus flower that grows along the Nile, the band plays original music encompassing …


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Lamenting the challenges of dining out: Food costs, housing issues plague restaurants

There’s a rumbling sensation in my stomach. Hunger has set in and I don’t want to cook tonight. I think about going out for a bite yet grabbing dinner in Tahoe has become exceedingly challenging. A recent trip to a …


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Scott Thompson: Capturing Tahoe’s beauty from behind the lens

I’m looking at a print of a picture taken of Old Highway 40 above Donner Lake. The curvature of the icy Rainbow Bridge spans beneath a slowly rising sun, creeping its way over the Sierra Nevada. Between the bridge and …


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Mountain biking trail tips

The Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association (TAMBA) is asking all riders to practice good trail etiquette as local trails have seen increased usage over the last two years. Alert users when approaching, slow down and say hello. Let other users …


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Red Dog lift upgrade

Palisades Tahoe has announced that Red Dog lift will be replaced with a high-speed, detachable, six-person lift this summer. The base terminal will be moved east to a new location giving skiers direct access to the lift from the parking …


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Golf, ski on the same day in Tahoe

The seemingly erratic spring weather has not disappointed this month as snow storms have dumped fresh snow in the higher elevations, while golf courses have opened around Lake Tahoe and the Lost Sierra. Enjoy Tahoe’s topsy-turvy weather and make the …


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Asparagus, spring onion & pea risotto

The spring season has arrived and asparagus and peas are in season. This risotto is a perfect dish for the season. Enjoy it as a main course with crusty sourdough. It’s delicious and flavorful and excellent to serve as a …


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Dance festival tickets on sale

Tickets are on sale now for Lake Tahoe Dance Collective’s 10th anniversary Lake Tahoe Dance Festival from July 27 to 29. The opening-night gala celebration will be at William B. Layton Park in Tahoe City on July 27 with performances …


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Help provide emergency CPR

North Lake Tahoe Fire Protection District is asking CPR-trained residents to become part of the free PulsePoint program in Incline Village and Crystal Bay, Nev. The mobile app alerts CPR-trained residents of cardiac events in their vicinity so they may …


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Ice House facilities closed

Ice House Reservoir facilities will be undergoing renovations this year and the campground, dam day-use area, boat ramp, day-use area and the RV sanitation station will not be available for the 2022 season, according to the U.S. Forest Service. | …


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Rim Trail poster contest for kids

The Tahoe Rim Trial Association is hosting a poster contest for kids ages 5 to 17 years of age to design a poster to promote stewardship ethics in with the theme “Leave No Trace Around The Rim” based on the …


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A season of outings, events & festivals

A season of outings, events & festivals Jonquils and crocus are emerging in the happy colors of spring and hiking and mountain biking season is nearly upon us. As the snow begins to melt and trails appear, spring is a …


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Homewood to go semi-private

Homewood Mountain Resort will be moving to a semi-private model for the ski area in the future, offering passes only to residents of some West Shore homeowner’s associations and those that purchases new homes to be built at the ski …


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Drone shows in Tahoe City, Kings Beach

The North Tahoe Business Association and Tahoe City Downtown Association announced that its Independence Day celebrations will return this summer featuring drone shows instead of fireworks on July 3 in Kings Beach and July 4 in Tahoe City, citing noise …


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