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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Protect Lake Tahoe from invasive species | Clean, Drain, and Dry all watercraft

All water enthusiasts from boaters to kayakers and paddleboarders are urged to Clean, Drain, and Dry all watercraft before arriving at Lake Tahoe roadside...

Wildlife & wildflowers at Martis Creek

  Large expanses of purple blooms caught my eye on the western side of Martis Valley as I drove along the highway connecting Truckee to...

Keep pets safe during fireworks, summer heat

Many people enjoy the booming sounds and flashing lights of fireworks, but they can be terrifying and overwhelming for pets, and possibly hazardous. On the...

“Finding Fontinalis” premieres in Tahoe

Local Freshies, in association with Patagonia, will host a premiere of “Finding Fontinalis” at South Lake Brewing Company on July 6 at 8 p.m....

Waves of wildflowers at Ward Creek

Tahoe visitors and locals alike tend to focus on the best-known adventures when they think of enjoying Tahoe’s outdoors. They ride the Flume Trail,...

Maria Mircheva

The best way to make the world a better place is to improve your own neck of the woods. And that is exactly what...

Asian clam control project begins at Sand Harbor

  A team of partners from the Lake Tahoe Aquatic Invasive Species Program is scheduled to begin implementation of an Asian clam control project in...

Help protect Tahoe bears | Practice proper food storage, trash disposal

There are an estimated 10,000 to 15,000 American black bears living in the Sierra Nevada and sharing habitat with the human population. Spring is the...

Tahoe’s clarity drops 3.9 feet | Researchers cite climate change

Lake Tahoe’s average annual clarity level for 2016 at 69.2 feet, which is a 3.9-foot decrease from the previous year, but still more than...

Tahoe Husky Rescue | Brad Taylor & Letisha Cole

Tahoe Husky Rescue founders Brad Taylor and Letisha Cole exude a calming, assuring aura that makes them instantly likeable to humans and animals. I...