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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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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.
Vail Resorts has promoted Tom Fortune to chief operating officer of Heavenly, Northstar and Kirkwood resorts.
Bart Peterson has been hired as director of sales for the Incline Village Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau.
On May 28, the Tahoe Rim Trail Association will celebrate its 40th anniversary gala after having to postpone in 2021 due to wildfires.
Harrah’s & Harveys Lake Tahoe has awarded $45,000 to Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association, Friends of Ski Run Park and Carson City Senior Center/Meals on Wheels.
Tahoe Douglas Elks Lodge #2670 held a Firefighter Appreciation Banquet April 9, honoring South Lake Tahoe Fire Rescue and Lake Valley, Douglas and East Fork fire protection districts.
The Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation in Incline Village has made a sizable donation to the Nevada Red Cross to support wildfire relief for people and pets affected by fires.
Tahoe Nordic Search and Rescue held its main fundraiser of the year, attracting more than 600 Nordic skiers for the Great Ski Race while raising more than $70,000.
Jon Ganea’s dream finally came true when he and his wife, Kelley Keleher, opened up the Mediterranean Cafe Tahoe on Jan. 30.
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe donated $5,000 to the Tahoe Douglas Fire Protection District Community Fund for its Fire Rescue Helicopter Program.
Tony Karwowski has been named chief executive officer of the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association by its board of directors.
Spectra, one of the industry’s top private management and hospitality companies, has named Kevin Boryczki as general manager for the new Tahoe South Events Center.
Stonefly Restaurant in Markleeville will be reopening Oct. 28 under the new ownership of John and Faith Saletti, longtime Carson Valley residents.
The Tahoe Fund has raised $50,000 for a new Tunnel Creek Singletrack thanks to individual donors, a major gift from the Verstappen Family Foundation, and a match by the Spaht family.
Lennar, the largest homebuilder in El Dorado County, has announced a $250,000 donation to help residents affected by the Caldor Fire, which destroyed more than 1,000 structures.
The Dave & Cheryl Duffield Foundation has awarded $3 million to 19 organizations that provided support to victims of wildfires in the Lake Tahoe Basin, and their pets.
Sage Leaf on Lake Tahoe’s North Shore hired a new chef this summer. Greg Sanders has spent more than 20 years in hospitality, highlighted by roles as sous chef and executive chef.
Bread & Broth has been awarded a Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation Grant to support its efforts to respond to food insecurity created by the COVID-19 crisis.
Local actor and director Richard Sargent has stepped away from the theater lights and into the writer’s chair with his latest production, “The Horror Movie Night Cookbook, Volume 1.”
Designer Sandra Ney is opening Will & Ivey Children’s Boutique in Stateline. She creates clothing designs in soft fabrics that are safe for the skin and the environment.
Four businesses have been named winners of the Douglas County Community Spirit Business Spotlight Awards: Anytime Fitness; Big Daddy’s Bike, Ski & Brew; CoCoMoes; and Lucky Beaver Bar & Burger.
Tahoe Forest Health System was awarded third place in the 2021 Greater Reno-Tahoe Best Places to Work competition in the Extra-Large Business category.
Tahoe League for Charity shared $4,000 with representatives from Sierra Community House, AAUW Virtual Tech Trek Camp, Tahoe Truckee Community Chorus, and Wylie Animal Rescue Foundation.
Stephanie Clayton, a registered labor and delivery nurse with Barton Memorial Hospital’s Family Birthing Center, has been selected as the DAISY Award winner for extraordinary nurses.
The Martis Camp Foundation has given $282,500 in scholarships to 10 students from Truckee and North Tahoe high schools who have excelled in academics, extracurricular activities and leadership skills.
SUP Tahoe owners Jessica and Brandon Miller, who have offered affordable paddle board rentals since 2012, have opened up Pine Nut Cycle Cafe next door.
After recently establishing the first electric boat charging stations, Homewood Marina has announced it is the first to offer free eFoil charging networks to the public.
Anna Ferrera Baumann, MD, has joined Tahoe Forest Health System at the Incline Village Community Hospital. She is trained to care for a broad spectrum of health conditions, from common to chronic.
South Lake Tahoe native Adam Kingman is featured on NBC’s “Making It!’ Hosted by Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman, the show features participants competing in do-it-yourself crafts projects.
The owners of MontBleu Resort & Spa on the South Shore of Lake Tahoe have received approval to rename of 43-year-old casino to Bally's Lake Tahoe.
For the third year, Big Brothers Big Sisters Northern Sierra has been named a Pinnacle Award Winner by the organization’s national leadership.
North Tahoe Citizens’ Climate Lobby and La Fuerza Latina have chosen three climate and equity interns to assess climate awareness in the Truckee-area LatinX community and design outreach events.
Staff at the Lucky Beaver Bar and Burger in Stateline donated over $20,000 to Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care, a nonprofit in South Lake Tahoe that focuses on wildlife rescue and rehabilitation.
Yale Rowe has been named president and general manager of Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Lake Tahoe, in charge of the 539-room hotel, 25,000-square-foot casino, and entertainment venues.
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