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Katherine Hill

Katherine Hill
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After receiving a master’s degree from Old Dominion University in Virginia, Katherine decided to head west in search of new adventures. One look at Lake Tahoe and she knew this was the place for her, and shortly thereafter became the Editor at The Weekly in 2001. The call of a daily newspaper drew her away from Tahoe for four years, but the lake’s siren call was stronger and she returned in July 2007 to The Weekly as Associate Publisher & Editor.

Weekend storms opens downhill, xc resorts

A trio of winter storms kicked off a Thanksgiving holiday to remember as Mother Nature blanketing Tahoe resorts in several feet of fresh powder....

Nov. 17-30, 2016 | Ski season opens in Tahoe

The crisp winter blanket of white that envelopes the Sierra Nevada each year has begun to cover the peaks and valleys of the Range...

Christmas Cookie & Holiday Treat Contest

Entries may be dropped off between 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 2, at Tahoe Weekly office at 850 North Lake Blvd. - Tahoe...

Halloween eve storm brings 8” of powder

The Oct. 30, 2016, snowstorm brought snow up to 8” at Boreal and Mt. Rose at the higher elevations with lots of fresh powder...

Oct. 20 to Nov. 16, 2016 | Get ready for ski season

Late fall is Tahoe is a great time of year for hiking and biking among the fall colors, but it’s also the time of...

Winter’s knocking · Ski resorts eye early openings

The race is one in Tahoe as downhill resorts eye opening dates as early as Halloween (or earlier depending on the blessings of white...

Lassen Volcanic National Park In search of bubbly mud

My 3-year-old nephew Anikin is obsessed with hot lava and bubbly mud, as he calls it. He spends a lot of time talking about...

Coastal charm in Carmel

The rugged coastal mountains of the Monterey region are home to some of the finest wines in California, where winemakers work the land to...

Prolific Petroglyphs

Fighter jets fly in tight formations in mock war games over the Naval Air Station Fallon within sight of what was once a shoreline...

Oct. 6-20, 2016 | A home in the Sierra

Reflecting on recent editions of Tahoe Weekly, I am always impressed by the locals that call the Tahoe Sierra home. And, for the vast...