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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.
Contractors Association of Truckee Tahoe
Economy & Jobs
Land Use & Development
Extending Operations for Ski Resorts
Many Tahoe ski resorts are extending their operations well into May in response to an influx of snow.
New Name for Olympic Valley Resort
Resort at Sq**w Creek in Olympic Valley has changed its name to Everline Resort & Spa. The name change was a decision made in collaboration with the Washo Tribe.
From Tahoe Daily Tribune...
Public Safety on SLT City Council’s March 28 Agenda
The South Lake Tahoe City Council will discuss, among other things, approving funds to renovate Fire Station No. 3 and will receive the annual police report.
Douglas County VHR Ordinance Up for Review
Both the redlines prepared by the Vacation Home Rental Advisory Committee and changes from the March 20 planning commission meeting will be discussed April 10 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Stateline, Nev.
Northstar at 50: A Day Filled With Runs, Parks and Good Eats
Walking down the staircase into the Village at Northstar, I had a flashback to the first time I skied there in the late ’80s.
How Food Labels Cause Confusion, Waste
A friend called me the other day to ask if it was OK to eat the eggs in her fridge that were a few days past their sell-by date. I told her I would eat them.
Rosewood Tahoe Celebrates Grand Opening
Within the 22 square miles that make up Incline Village, there is a variety of restaurant options. Riding the line between both relaxed and upscale is the new Rosewood Tahoe.
Emerald Bay and Its Frozen History
“The Lake of the Sky” is grabbing attention this winter for more than one reason. Emerald Bay froze completely, including the inlet, for the first time in many years.
SnowFest! Celebrations Continue
North Lake Tahoe SnowFest!, a family-friendly, Mardi Gras celebration, continues until March 12 in Tahoe City and Kings Beach.
SNOW Sports Museum Exhibits to Open
An extensive skiing and Winter Olympics artifacts collections will soon be displayed at The SNOW Sports Museum in Tahoe City.
From Sierra Sun...
Tahoe-Truckee Education Foundation Offers Lottery System for Golf Cards
The Excellence in Education Foundation announced the return of its popular fundraiser, Golfing for Schools.
Hard Rock Lake Tahoe May Transform into Golden Nugget
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe may soon be part of Fertitta Entertainment, LLC, which owns five Golden Nugget Hotel and Casinos from Nevada to Atlantic City.
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Three mass shootings with at least six fatalities have already taken place in California in 2023, resulting in 25 deaths. Statistically however, California has been below average for the United States in rate of mass shooting deaths.
James Rainey reports that the Salinas Californian, the daily newspaper serving the capital of Monterey County, has completely emptied its newsroom.
Greetings from Midtown Sacramento, where this morning broke bright and cold for the second day in a row. Don’t know about you but I’m ready for the warmth of spring. And trying to feel good about the rain that’s still …
Several projects are underway to make California Local beautiful and more functional. We're working hard to make it even easier for our members to citizen. (And remember: 'Citizen' is a verb!)
State of Jefferson may be the best-known secessionist movement, but starting before California became a state, there have been at lest 220 efforts to divide the state into two pieces, or even more.
State of Jefferson is a movement by northern counties to secede from California and form a new state. Here's everything you need to know about this secessionist movement, which started in 1941 and remains strong today.
Hello and welcome to the first “statewide” issue of The Newsletter from California Local.
President Obama’s closest advisor, Valerie Jarrett, created and ran the White House Office of Public Engagement. Because democracy.
Peter Thiel, the Donald Trump supporting Silicon Valley billionaire and venture capitalist, may have played a big role inthe bank run that ended in the failure of Silicon Valley Bank. But why?
SVB lobbied hard for bank deregulation, which may have led to its own failure. And depositors blew past limits on federal insurance, knowing they would lose their cash if the bank went under unless the government saved them. Here’s how …
A sizeable coalition has called for California's water regulator to take emergency measures to protect Mono Lake and suspend diversions to Los Angeles.
The San Joaquin Valley plans, serving low-income Latino communities, were deemed inadequate for preventing dry wells and sinking land.
When warm storms melt snowpack early, reservoir managers must release water to prevent flooding—which sends this precious resource into the ocean.
2023’s torrential rainstorms have eased California's drought conditions. But there’s a lot more to drought than the amount of rain, and this drought isn't over yet.
In a time of unprecedented polarization, Braver Angels encourages citizens to do something completely revolutionary: listen to each other.
Climate change driven storms are creating new problems for Gavin Newsom and California's budget process, which is already reeling from a projected $25 billion deficit that emerged after a $97 billion surplus disappeared.
California is the top agricultural producer in the U.S., and a top beneficiary of visitor spending. So naturally, we’ve got fun, food-driven tourist magnets.
California lawmakers are exploring ways to reconnect urban neighborhoods torn asunder during the interstate highway construction boom of the 1950s and ’60s.
Shopping malls revolutionized how Americans shopped, socialized, and lived. Now, malls face an uncertain future. How did the dream of a new town square go so wrong?
America has become a mostly suburban country, and California is known for its sprawling ’burbs. But what is a suburb? It turns out California may not be as suburban as people believe.
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.