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Vintage Squaw Valley Posters See the Light of Day

You can own a piece of Olympic Valley history - an original 1950 Squaw Valley poster advertising summer rides on the ski resort’s only lift was ditched after Alex Cushing hated it. It’s now for sale.

Tahoe Basin Area Plan Amendments Approved; Primary Care Returns to Tahoe...

Placer County updates its parking ordinance and fine amounts; ghost towns book released; more

Yes, Tahoe Has a Tourism Problem

It feels like we’ve reached max tourism capacity. What are we gonna do about it?

New Palisades Parking Plan for 2023/24; Sculpture Made of Tahoe Litter;...

County to begin studying replacement project for Tahoe Justice Center; school district invites community input for facilities master plan; food system exploration through agroecology event; and more.

Rate Study to Help Improve Failing Water Systems; New Tech in...

Palisades Tahoe teases upcoming changes for the 2023/24 season; NV Energy continues to perform work near Mt. Rose; a new Health and Human Services Agency head; more.

My Friends Still Say It

Whitney Foehl argues that, two years since the ski resort changed its name to Palisades Tahoe, it’s time people stop using the word “squaw.”

Palisades Mountain Run: July 22

The Palisades Mountain Run, a benefit for the Gene Upshaw Memorial Tahoe Forest Cancer Center, comes to Palisades Tahoe July 22.

TTUSD Academic Calendar Change; Alterra Impact Report; More

Forest Charter students express concerns over TTUSD athletics exclusion; Hirschdale bridge project to include stairway addition; Palisades introduces parking changes to combat traffic; more.

The Adoption of 2040; Palisades Wins Safety Award; More

The 2040 General Plan gets adopted by the Truckee town council; Palisades is recognized for safety measures; mammography services are coming to Incline.

Will Palisades Follow Through on Its Commitment to Inclusivity and Diversity?

A mother hopes that a Palisades discrimination incident will help make the ski resort become more inclusive going forward.