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.
A Campground Business Opportunity; Derogatory Term Removed From County Roads; Hoedown Bids Adieu; More
March 1 - March 10, 2022, including business opportunities for the 2022 camping season; the word ‘squaw’ is gone from Placer County roads; and capital improvements at Palisades Tahoe.
Hank the Tank Exonerated; Workforce Housing Units Accepting Applications; Rookies Sports Bar and Grill...
Briefs: 22 Feb. to 28 Feb., including the exoneration of internet infamous massive South Lake bear 'Hank the Tank;' Incline's Rookies Sports Bar to be sold; and workforce housing developments accept applications.
Tragic Loss of a Local Teenager Marks Second Death at Palisades’ Resorts; Truckee-Founded Coffeebar...
Briefs: 15 Feb. to 21 Feb., including information on the death of a local teenager at Alpine Meadows; Truckee-founded company Coffeebar opening a new (third) location in Reno; the new chair and vice chair appointed to Washoe County’s board of commissioners; and drones that will replace fireworks in Incline Village and Crystal Bay this 4th of July.
Washoe STR Regulations Move Forward; Spohr Family Offers Reward for Information About Father’s Murder;...
Briefs: 8 Feb. to 14 Feb., including Washoe County's short-term rental regulations moving along; a reward offered by the family for information on the murderer of Gary Spohr; a pizza place reopens after a six-month closure in Truckee; more.
Briefs: 1 Feb. to 7 Feb., including Placer County’s approval of $3.2 million for trails and restoration projects, and details on the eight Sugar Bowl Ski Team & Academy alums who will compete in the Olympics this year.
Tahoe Keys Chemical Control Test Methods Approved to Mitigate Aquatic Invasive Weeds; Cindy Gustafson...
Briefs: 25 Jan. - 31 Jan., including the next step in the approval of aquatic invasive weeds removal methods in the Tahoe Keys
Briefs: 17 Jan. - 24 Jan. 2022 featuring a new gate in place in Hirschdale, local expert cross-country skiers who will compete as first time Olympians, and more.