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Saturday, June 6, 2020

Lahontan Cutthroat Trout re-released in Tahoe

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Lahontan National Fish Hatchery Complex, for the first time, have stocked Pilot Peak Lahontan cutthroat trout into their...

Vigilante Hanging in Reno

In the second half of the 19th Century, vigilante activism was common throughout the West. During the 1850s, businessmen in San Francisco organized vigilance...

Spring getaway to Genoa | Road biking to gourmet cuisine

The little town of Genoa, Nevada’s oldest settlement, is tucked up tight against the Carson Range, just east of Lake Tahoe. I’ve often headed...

Monster Hunter Chases Legends of Nevada

What strange creatures roam the Nevada deserts and mountains? Author and investigator David Weatherly has released a new book “Silver State Monsters: Cryptids &...

Exploring historic Markleeville

On a hilltop above the quaint town of Markleeville, a century-old schoolhouse stands proud. Preserved in white, the structure appears timeless under a sapphire...

Exploring the Eastern Sierra

Apricot mallows in bloom among the volcanic outcroppings at Alabama Hills. Three-year-old Anikin Allen gets up close with the wildflowers at Death Valley National Park,...

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...

Truckee’s Wild West roots | A Glimpse into Truckee’s Past

Truckee boasts a thriving downtown vibe as visitors and locals cruise the profusion of popular restaurants and bars, enticing gift shops and niche retail...

California Bound: The Grigsby-Ide Party, Part II

When it comes to America’s western emigration movements in the mid-19th Century, historians and authors have understandably focused on two iconic wagon trains. Captain...

Rare Trout reintroduced in the Sierra

California’s native Paiute cutthroat trout, the rarest trout in North America, swims once again in its high Sierra home waters for the first time...