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Tahoe City, CA
Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Publishing date

After making ski movies for more than 50 years, I know that an editor can change the direction of the film right up and...

Local brothers hit back-to-back hole-in-ones

The odds of two amateur golfers in a foursome each getting a hole-in-one on the same hole are 26 million to 1 according to...

Brendan Madigan

 by Tim Hauserman ·  In a small town like Tahoe City,  succeeding in business is a challenge. It requires perseverance and hard work to get through...

Reno’s effort inspired Squaw Valley Olympics

The Reno Tahoe Winter Games Coalition is working hard to land the 2026 Winter Games for the Tahoe Sierra region. They’re not alone in...


Stepper Hall, the son of some friends of ours in Montana, sent me the following e-mail, “I’m writing my senior thesis on small business...

Knee-deep powder snow

As I’ve said many times, when I produced my first ski movie in 1949-50, there were less than 15 chairlifts in the world. Everyone...


Sometimes the complicated mathematics of choosing what to write about in my weekly column bogs me down, and I have trouble getting started. I...

The Big Red Truck

“Every night that I slept in that truck I saved enough money on dinner, motel and breakfast to buy yet another roll of Kodachrome for my...

Remembering the legendary Tahoe Tavern, Part III

By Mark McLaughlin ·    Courtesy North Lake Tahoe Historical Society ·  Editor’s Note: Parts I & II may be read at TheTahoeWeekly.com. The Tahoe Tavern condominium complex...

1969 Squaw World Cup: Storms & shooting stars 

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows will be hosting the FIS World Cup women’s slalom races on March 10 and 11. The biggest names in professional...


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