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On Oct. 15, friends and family remember the life of the Rev. Dr. David J. Mussatti, Episcopal priest and a teacher at Incline High School and Sierra Nevada College.
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From Tahoe Daily Tribune...
The California Department of Parks and Recreation has developed a five-year strategic plan to shape the direction of the state park system and its many recreational and conservation programs.
California State Parks announced the temporary closure of the main trails to the falls at McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park beginning on April 1 and through summer season or fall.
From Tahoe Guide...
Because the snowpack has been thin at lower elevations, backcountry travelers have looked for trailheads that start at high elevations. But these locations can often be avalanche prone.
Whether it’s gliding across ice rinks or venturing into the forest on snowshoe, discover endless opportunities for laughter and bonding in Tahoe’s snowy paradise.
From Sierra Sun...
At a joint North Tahoe Public Utility District and Tahoe City Public Utility District meeting, both boards gave a green light to continue to discuss putting a tax measure to fund a North Lake Tahoe Recreation and Aquatics Center on the ballot at the earliest in 2026.
From Los Angeles Times...
“I think the neighbors have very important fears which were glossed over and brushed aside,” one West River Street resident said.
Senator Jacky Rosen introduced the Truckee Meadows Public Lands Management Act, which would transfer public land to local governments, including the Incline Village General Improvement District.
Are you thinking of heading into the backcountry this winter? If so, you should take an avalanche safety course approved by the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education.
“Light Tours of Tahoe, California + Nevada” has been released, detailing 64 backcountry routes in the Tahoe region by guide and avalanche educator Richard Bothwell. The guidebook is accessible to a range of skiers and riders and includes routes to minimize avalanche exposure.
The hot springs have reopened at Grover Hot Springs State Park outside Markleeville after being closed for more than two years following damage from the Tamarack Fire.
The Tahoe Fund has announced a partnership with Placer County to install personalized bear plaques along the railings in Tahoe City’s Heritage Plaza to raise funds for trails in the Placer County region of North Lake Tahoe.
From Capital & Main...
“Let the Kids Play,” a campaign by the Boys & Girls Club of Lake Tahoe, will raise $350,000 to upgrade the Al Tahoe playground.
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