Cultural center, museum opens

The public can get a glimpse of life at Stewart Indian School, 130 years after the government boarding school opened in Carson City, Nev.,...

Anderson pens guidebook

Local author and Tahoe Weekly contributor Kayla Anderson has co-written “Northern California Road Trips” with Stuart Thornton released by Moon books. “Being born and raised...

Sugar Bowl: Birth of an Historic Ski Resort, Part III

It’s been 80 years since Sugar Bowl opened in December 1939 to become California’s first world-class ski area. Hannes Schroll, an Austrian immigrant who...

Adrian Ballinger to discuss expedition

Alpenglow Sports hosts professional mountaineer and founder of Alpenglow Expeditions, Adrian Ballinger as the fourth speaker in its Winter Speaker Series on Jan. 23....

“Twain” film released

A new short, time-lapse film of Lake Tahoe, with a narrative inspired by the thoughts of American writer, satirist, publisher and lecturer Mark Twain,...

Smoking banned at states parks, beaches

People are no longer allowed to smoke or vape any products at California state parks or beaches under a new law. The law prohibits...

Local kids’ artwork featured

The North Tahoe Public Utility District is featuring the work of local students on its resident parking stickers for 2020-21. The Boys & Girls...

Preserving native basket weaving | Museum houses 700 historic baskets

On a lovely autumn afternoon, people filter in and out of Gatekeeper’s Museum in Tahoe City. Many are admiring the building, especially its proximity...

Sugar Bowl | Birth of a Historic Ski Resort, Part II

When the Sugar Bowl ski area first opened for business on Dec. 15, 1939, the resort turned out to be everything its founders had...

Free North Shore bus service

Tahoe Truckee Area Regional Transit now offers free bus service on all routes, extended winter hours on the Truckee local route and new night...