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Spring Skiing Capital
Pass prices up, locker deposits due early. Feel the love?
Assessing Storm Damages; Improving the SR 267/28 Intersection; More
Truckee waives fees for assessing storm damages; tackling invasive plant species in Lake Tahoe; Palisades junior athletes competing at top levels; plus more.
Let My People Go to School
In her My Shot opinion piece, Carolyn Highland shares how difficult a constant barrage of downhill ski resort traffic makes life for teachers, students, and other community members.
KT-22 and SR 28 – Which is Curvier?
Potholes gouging Tahoe’s roads are spawning jokes, nicknames, and ire.
A New Angle on Slope Inclusivity
Only a couple of weeks later, 85-year-old Barbara Witt was cruising up and down Alpine Meadows in a bi-ski, expertly guided by long-time Achieve Tahoe volunteer, Dave Littman.
Fire Restrictions; Condos Proposed in Olympic Valley; Increased Rental Incentives for...
Granite View Condominiums is going through the environmental process; Landing Locals upping rental incentive max from $10,000 to $18,000 for local homeowners; construction season in Incline Village; more.
Early Days of Tahoe Skier Glory…
Pat Dillon reflects on the days of skiing on skinny rockets and burning the midnight oil with Tahoe skiers of the 1970s and ’80s.
Business Briefs | 14 October – 10 November 2021
Olympic Valley’s most famous resort gets official new name; Mt. Rose announces expansion, wage increase, vaccine requirements for staff; Renown, TFHS hire new staff; more