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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Announcements

Help count the mighty Eagle The Tahoe Institute for Natural Science is coordinating the 37th annual mid-winter Bald Eagle count on Jan. 13 from 9...

The Antman’s passion for metal

When I walk into Matthew Joseph Parkhurst’s metal shop in Glenshire I hear EDM music pumping from the speakers as he tinkers away in...

Afterglow | Tahoe’s Mountain Storytelling Podcast

One of Tahoe’s own is now producing a new, adventure, storytelling podcast called Afterglow based on interviews with the mountain personalities from Alpenglow Sports’...

Holiday Worship Services

BAPTIST | CATHOLIC | CHRISTIAN | CHRISTIAN SCIENCE | EPISCOPAL | JEHOVAH WITNESSES | JEWISH | LATTER-DAY SAINTS | LUTHERAN | METHODIST | NONDENOMINATIONAL |...

A Timeless Craft | From Cobbler to Shoemaker

If Kevin Leffler has walked a long and winding road to get to Tahoe City, at least he’s done so in a darn good...

Troupe honors World War II veterans

The lights drop. Five soldiers stand alone on a darkened stage. As the music begins they take each other’s hands and come together as...

Tales of Webber Lake Ranch released

Doug Garton, the first caretaker to live year-round at historic Webber Lake Ranch, 15 miles north of Truckee, has released “Nine Miles In,” an...

The Locals’ Filmmaker | Jon Bob debuts newest ski flick

It’s an established fact that people are crazy about Tahoe skiing. In search of first tracks, diehards have been known to drive in eight...

Mountain Arts Collective | A new home for local artists

As I arrive at Mountain Arts Collective’s soft opening on a gorgeous October Saturday morning, landscape and wildlife photographer Doug Jones is busily organizing...

Bijou Bike Park benefits from SNC student

Imagine a beautiful local park and there in the middle is a ramshackle structure. The building serves a purpose but is outdated and needs...