The Original Tahoe Cowboy

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Bud Jones was an industrious entrepreneur and surrogate parent with a fierce dedication to a still wild Squaw Valley, when cows and horses outnumbered skiers. His independence led him to do what few would have the courage to do.

Why Lake Tahoe Never Became a National Park

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Why Lake Tahoe never became a National Park

The Hottest Spot on the Lake

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Brockway Hot Springs, perched on Tahoe’s North Shore near Kings Beach, has seen success, turmoil, development, and fire over its 147 years as a tourist destination.

Tahoe’s Treasured Freeway

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The mystery and history of Tahoe's favorite freeway.

Rule Breakers and Risk Takers

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Tahoe-ites who have pushed the norm in extreme sports and made headlines throughout history

The Tahoe Colony That Never Was

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Frank Lloyd Wright had a vision in the 1920s for a Tahoe Summer Colony in Emerald Bay that never came to fruition.

Tahoe Housing History by the Numbers

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A look at Tahoe/Truckee' housing data from the past 15 years, giving a glimpse into the region's issues.

Dancing for Snow

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Did the Great Basin tribes actually dance in hopes it would snow, or has the tradition been romanticized by ski resorts and ski bums alike?

A Frog’s Life

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The California red-legged frog, endemic to California, has faced many adversities in its storied history, from being gobbled up by gold miners to being hunted by bullfrogs.

Braving the Fire

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The 1960 Donner Ridge Fire is known as one of the most destructive local fires in modern history, but original letters recently obtained by the Truckee Donner Historical Society outline the devastation felt by survivors.