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Thursday, April 19, 2018

Joshua A. Norton | Beloved Gold Rush Character

Ever since the discovery of gold 170 years ago in January 1848, California has been known as a society replete with oddballs and eccentrics....

Announcements

Golf for schools Tahoe Truckee Excellence in Education Foundation is offering Golfing for Schools cards beginning April 20. The transferable card is $345 and allows...

Public art OK’d for Kings Beach

Public art pieces for the two roundabouts in Kings Beach have been approved by the Placer County Board of Supervisors, the North Tahoe Business...

Tahoe Basin campgrounds, beaches to open for season

The U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit will begin opening recreational facilities in the Lake Tahoe Basin on April 14, weather and...

Memories of Granlibakken

Granlibakken Tahoe has completed a blog series based on first-hand accounts of people who have skied and spent time at Granlibakken through the years. This...

Tahoe inventor designs tea lid

It is a rainy day in Tahoe, perfect weather for a warming cup of tea. Heather Lavoie is sitting at a back table in...

Wayne Poulsen and the Rifle Peak Project

In the 1930s, North Lake Tahoe missed out on a proposed state-of-the-art, European-style ski resort perched on the mountains above today’s Incline Village, Nev....

Collapse of Squaw Valley’s Blyth Arena, Part II

Blyth Memorial Arena, built for the 1960 Winter Olympics, was innovatively designed with an active system to make the roof shed snow unlike most...

Collapse of Squaw Valley’s Blyth Arena, Part I

Among some longtime locals, the collapse of Squaw Valley’s Blyth Arena on March 29, 1983, is a legendary tale of conspiracy, mystery and subterfuge....

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