Resources and guidance for families amid the infant formula shortage; public input is sought for the Rocker Memorial Skatepark in Truckee; a promotion in Incline Village and a new face in North Tahoe; more.
25K Pounds of Trash Beneath Tahoe; Housing Stability Self-Help Desk; Classical Music Festival Set...
A year-long effort to collect trash from beneath Lake Tahoe’s waters has concluded (but more cleanups are to begin); Incline Village’s STR ordinance has been amended; three high schoolers receive premier Girl Scout recognition; more.
Donner Pass Road construction is back; low water levels mean another closed boat ramp; a subscription-based injury insurance; and more.
After two years, Truckee’s July 4th celebrations are back; sanitation agency appeals the back pay and rehiring of terminated employee; former Tahoe Donner general manager appointed as interim GM for airport district; more.
Required Retirement Plan for California Business Owners; Addressing Underwater Construction Debris; Kings Beach Art...
CHP is stepping up traffic enforcement in Placer County; stricter permitting process for construction taking place along the Lake Tahoe shoreline; El Dorado County proclaims May through October 2022 as the timeframe for the Lake Tahoe Wildfire Awareness Campaign.
New Truckee Emergency Notification System; Tahoe Monopoly Edition; Police Chief Recruitment Update; More
CodeRED is the new Nixle; free California state park access; medical aesthetic services come to you; and what will Tahoe’s Park Place be in the upcoming Monopoly, Tahoe edition?
A local sophomore writes about the American Dream (and wins a national award); solutions to catalytic converter thefts; Mountain Hardware family grows; more.
Possibility of Limiting Campfires in State Parks; Forest Management Handbook; Incline Elementary Makerspace; More
A number of wildfire preparedness-related briefs; Spooner improvement project moves forward; a new makerspace at Incline Elementary School; shifting of leadership at Tahoe Food Hub; and more.
Assessing Broadband Needs; Public Access Projects Around Tahoe; Appeals Denied for Resort at Tahoe;...
A Nevada County survey is assessing broadband needs among its residents; money to fund a slew of projects around the Tahoe Basin; next steps for the Biltmore, now Resort at Tahoe, property continue
Another ski-related death involving a Tahoe local; Renown’s CEO terminated with cause; and a legal case against Suddenlink Communications returns to Truckee.