Tahoe’s 4th of July festivities

Independence Day celebrations continue through the weekend at locations throughout the Tahoe Sierra with a myriad of fireworks shows and celebrations. Find details on...

Wildfires happen. Are you prepared?

Our respite from the seasonal dangers of wildfire here in the region is coming to an end. With temperatures climbing, relative humidity lowering,...

What to do during a Red Flag wildfire warning

American Red Cross would like to remind area residents to be prepared for wildfires especially during Red Flag warnings from high winds and dangerously...

Safety Tips for July Fourth

The Fourth of July holiday period is the busiest time of year in the Tahoe Basin. U.S. Forest Service Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit...

Discover Tahoe’s flora & fauna with iNaturalist

My son Anikin has a keen interest in science and a curiosity for how it is applies to life. When we go on hikes,...

Waterfalls & vistas at Van Sickle

Van Sickle Bi-State Park is one of the newer recreation areas at Lake Tahoe; it was established in 1989. At that time, Jack Van...

2019: A Top 10 Winter For Water, Not Snow

Winter 2019 is finally winding down and even though the official water year isn’t over until Sept. 30, it’s a good time to review....

Fire restrictions in effect

The National Interagency Fire Center predicts the likelihood for large wildland fires will be above normal this summer, and local fire restrictions have been...

Trash sculpture survey

Tahoe Public Art is surveying the community to gauge interest in creating a Trash Sculpture, that would be created by a Tahoe-Reno artist using...

Horseback Riding with Cocktails

Cowgirls and cowboys are invited to gather for an early evening trail ride through highland meadows and forests followed by beer, wine and appetizers...