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Homewood Stays Public, But Can Discovery Be Trusted?

Discovery Land Co. submitted a revised master plan for Homewood ski resort, which appears to keep the ski area public. But some question Discovery’s trustworthiness with its track record of gradually breaking its promises in other projects around the world.

What is Dark Sky Lighting?

You can help keep our skies dark by using outdoor light fixtures that direct light downward in compliance with the DarkSky International regulations. Interior designer Sue Pipal has some recommendations.

Rock Climber Sentenced to Life; Female Pilots to Race; Bike Month...

Local female pilots to race; pro rock climber sentenced for rape; events for bike month; and more.

Hospital CEO Announces 2026 Retirement; New Workforce Housing Nonprofit; Grants for...

Tahoe boat inspections; burn permit information; pharmacy hours change; new Tahoe Housing Hub nonprofit; more.

Safeway Open to Purchase Offers; TART Celebrates 1 Million Rides; Volunteer...

Bids being accepted for Safeway property; TDPUD announces new plans; beach clean-up efforts seeks volunteers; and more.

El Dorado County Responds to State Lawsuit; Ban on Single-Use Water...

Read news briefs from March 15-21: Single-use water bottle ban; winter sports museum EIR approved; event to honor veterans; and more.

Palisades Tahoe Ski Patrollers Unionize; Traffic Mobility Projects Funded; Salmon-Buying Fundraiser...

Ski patrollers seek union recognition; traffic mobility project moves forward; North Tahoe Chamber announces new direction; and more.

Lawsuit Filed Against TRPA; Cheese Recall in Reno; Tech Workforce Opportunity...

MAP files suit against TRPA; voter registration deadline is Feb. 20; Listeria linked to cheeses sold in Reno; teens can benefit from new tech opportunity; Tahoe Fund raises money for Nevada Nordic; and more.

Nisenan Tribe Land Opportunity; Environmental Review of Boatworks at Tahoe Redevelopment;...

Alterra plans to acquire Arapahoe Basin; take a Nevada County housing survey; learn how to become a Firewise USA community; new physical therapy clinic opens in Truckee; and more.

North Tahoe Is Still Alive and Well

Ellie Waller offers a rebuttal to the December opinion piece When You Stop Growing, You Start Dying about redevelopment in Tahoe town centers.