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In Memory Of
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.
Lake Tahoe Dance Collective
Art, Culture & Media
Ski California Expands Safety Education Efforts With New ‘Deep Snow Safety’ Video
Ski California is expanding its Mountain Safety Guide with a new video created to educate skiers and riders about the risks of deep snow immersion.
Palisades Tahoe Hosts Stifel World Cup Race
Palisades Tahoe hosted 118 athletes from 26 countries—including nine athletes competing from the Stifel U.S. Ski Team—for the Stifel Palisades Cup, with huge crowds showing up to support the men's World Cup Giant Slalom and Slalom racers.
Antidepressant Prescriptions to Young People Surged During the Pandemic
The monthly rate of antidepressants being dispensed to young people increased about 64% more quickly during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a study in the journal Pediatrics.
Wildfires Are Killing California’s Ancient Giants. Can Seedlings Save the Species?
Ecologists estimate that up to 14,000 sequoias have been killed in recent wildfires. The National Park Service for the first time has begun replanting some severely burned areas.
Nevada County Supervisors Recognize Truckee Business Owner
Truckee resident Bill Greeno recently received a commendation from the Nevada County Board of Supervisors for his service on the Nevada County Planning Commission. Hardy Bullock commenced the acknowledgment by lauding Greeno's noteworthy contributions.
Placer County Supes Underline Importance of Grand Jury Service
The Placer County Board of Supervisors approved a proclamation establishing February 2024 as Grand Jury Awareness Month.
Will CA Voters Like ‘Newsom Recall, the Sequel’ Any Better?
Conservative activists who worked on the failed recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom in 2021 have launched another attempt, arguing that conditions in California only worsened in the two-and-a-half years since then as Newsom’s attention shifted to national politics.
From Monterey Herald...
Awaiting the Count—Gray Whales Population Has Been Declining
There was a time not so long ago when trained observers were overwhelmed by the number of whales migrating through Monterey Bay.
South Tahoe High Wrestlers Place in State Championship
Three local high school wrestlers placed at the NIAA State Championships in Bullhead City, Ariz.
Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Mixed-Use Standards Designed to Reduce Gas Emissions
“The idea is that placing these services and residences nearby reduces energy use and greenhouse gas emissions by reducing dependence on vehicles.”
Why Does California Elect Local Judges?
Of all the races on your ballot, the least information is often available on local judges. Here are some ways to find out more about these candidates.
From SF Gate...
Wealthy Bay Area Enclave Worried About Sprawling New Development
Residents of San Rafael say the project could bring noise, pollution and crime to the area.
FSIS Issues Public Health Alert for Nurture Life Ready-To-Eat Chicken Meal Product Due to Misbranding and an Undeclared Allergen
G.A. Mart Issues Voluntary Nationwide Recall of H&NATURAL TejoRoot and H&NATURAL Brazil Seed Dietary Supplements Due to the Presence of Yellow Oleander (Thevetia peruviana), a Poisonous Plant Native to Mexico and Central America
Backstage Center is Issuing a Recall of Approximately 280 Bottles of Alipotec Raiz de Tejocote, Dietary Supplements, that are Labeled with the "Alipotec King" Sticker
Founding CEO John Foley and others speak about SSHH’s roots and early successes.
If you have a hard time understanding why in the world anyone would chose to place the seat of California government where they did—you don't know Sacramento.
Sacramento has more homeless residents than San Francisco. One story about why that happened, and another about an attempt to help. And: Black literature, California style.
Mark Black History Month by reading these novels, nonfiction books and collections that feature Black voices exploring the Black experience in the Golden State.
The California Environmental Quality Act, CEQA, is both the state’s signature environmental legislation, and is also often named as the villain in the state’s housing shortage. But the story may not be that simple.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’ve assembled a travel guide to California chocolate.
From giant companies with roots in the Gold Rush days to local microproducers with a focus on fair trade, California is ground zero for high-end chocolate.
Taylor Swift is so hated by fans of Donald Trump, they’ve set aside their hatred of San Francisco to root for the ’49ers in the Super Bowl, because Swift’s boyfriend plays for their opponents, the Kansas City Chiefs.
Lawmakers in California and other states are now making attempts to prevent the reported harms to children caused by social media platforms. The U.S. Senate got into the act as well, at a dramatic Jan. 31 hearing.
Meet the organizations working to win social justice for African Americans in California and beyond. And: Welcome Yolo County to CALocal.
Here’s a short list of just some of the organizations working to build better futures for African Americans in California.
“Intelligent” speed-limiting technology will be required in all new California cars starting in 2027, if a new law authored by San Francisco Senator Scott Wiener passes.
In San Mateo County, a new law allows police to charge homeless people with criminal offenses if they don’t accept shelter. SCOTUS will soon weigh in with a potential landmark decision in an Oregon case.
While millions of Californians seek affordable housing elsewhere, an ambitious man backed by billionaires dreams of building an urban Utopia in Central Valley farm country.
We’re getting ready to track the progress of California Forever’s plans to build a city of 400,000 in what is now Solano County farm country.
In NYT’s “The Farmers Had What the Billionaires Wanted,” we meet a man who wants to build a city in the middle of nowhere, and folks who are slowing him down.
The California housing crisis is not only weakening the state politically at the national level, it could shift the political balance in Washington, D.C., as Republican-led states add population while California’s exodus continues.
Former Major League Baseball star Steve Garvey, a political rookie, faces off against veteran U.S. House members Adam Schiff, Katie Porter and Barbara Lee in the first 2024 California Senate race debate Monday evening in Los Angeles.
Ten state agencies are dedicated to keeping California scenic. And while you’re out exploring, check out some of our state’s most venerable eateries.
Pea Soup Anderson’s closed before its 100th birthday. Here are 24 restaurants 100 years or older that you can still visit.
Greg Long has been named the new chief operating officer of Travel North Tahoe Nevada (formerly Incline Village Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau).
Tahoe Prosperity Center welcomes Crystal Sawyer-White as its new senior housing program manager.
Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation has announced the granting of $250,000 to local nonprofit organizations through its 2022 Community Fund Grant Program.
Juice eNVy, a new juice bar in the Round Hill Shopping Center is now open for business. It was started by a Smith Valley restaurant after he found juicing to help with his diabetes diagnosis.
Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe announced that Greg Gavrilets has been hired as its general manager, replacing longtime ski area leader Paul Senft, who retired after a 42-year career with the resort.
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