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Food Bank to Hold Hunger Response Network Meeting in South Lake Tahoe

Event Date: 
April 23, 2014 - 10:00am

All organizations that assist clients who are living with hunger, from children to the elderly are invited to attend the Food Bank of El Dorado County's Hunger Response Network Meeting. The meeting will be at the American Legion Hall at 2748 Lake Tahoe Blvd from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

The need for food assistance is growing in the community and the Food Bank wants to collaborate with local organizations to conduct a South lake Tahoe focused hunger to truly understand the community’s needs and the best ways to allocate the Food Bank’s resources in Tahoe based on these results.

Over $550,000 Awarded by TRPA to Lake Tahoe Organizations

"On Our Way" grants totaling over $550,000 were awarded this week by the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA). Six projects that aim at sustainability and improved mobility options around Lake Tahoe will now be able to move forward due to the grants.

Water Main Breaks: State Route 28 Closed Due to Big Hole in Pavement

Southbound State Route 28 near Hwy 50 is closed Thursday night due to a broken water main.

It is reported that the water main developed a leak and created a big hole in the pavement.

Crews are working to try and get the road opened by Friday morning.

Discounted Lake Tahoe Celebrity Golf Season Tickets Available for $50

The 25th Annual American Century Golf Championship which is played at South Lake Tahoe's Edgewood Tahoe is just 3 months away! This year's event takes place July 15 through July 20.

Discounted season pass tickets are now available for $50 which makes the daily ticket price just $8.33. The Lake Tahoe tournament is the No. 1 celebrity golf event in the country.

The American Century Championship is offering the specially priced Season Pass through May 31; beginning June 1 it’s $60.

National Train Day

Event Date: 
May 10, 2014 - 10:00am

To commemorate National Train Day on May 10, the Nevada State Railroad Museum will operate and offer rides aboard Virginia & Truckee Railway's McKeen motor car No. 22. The car entered service for the V&T on May 9, 1910, and was retired in 1945. No. 22 is the only restored and operable McKeen motor car in the world.

In 2012, the Secretary of the Interior granted the No. 22 National Historic Landmark status, which recognizes the McKeen motor car's significance to United States history. The McKeen motor car will operate only three days in 2014 so mark this date on your calendar!

Mobile Food Pantry to Distribute Food in South Lake Tahoe on April 23rd

Event Date: 
April 23, 2014 - 10:00am

The El Dorado County Food Bank will be in South Lake Tahoe to distribute emergency supplemental groceries to those who need it most on Wednesday, April 23 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

The mobile pantry will be in the parking lot of the American Legion Hall at 2748 Lake Tahoe Blvd to help struggling families make ends meet. There will be one allocation per household.

New Bear Cub Greeted at Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care

A 5.4 pound bear cub is the newest guest at Lake Tahoe Wildlife Care. The female, about 10 weeks old, was dropped off at the front door of the Bear League without a note or any word on where the bear came from or where her mother may be.

The cub is just learning to walk, but according to LTWC, she doesn't quite have the hang of it. They say her overall condition is good and she is eating pretty well, even with being so young.

More information can be found on the group's website.

Photos provided by Dan Thrift.

Permit for South Lake Tahoe 420 Spring Event Denied by City Council

After two hours of discussion at the South Lake Tahoe City Council meeting on Tuesday, the event permit for the Tahoe Wellness Coop's 4th Annual 420 T.W.C. Cup was denied for a second time.

Hawley Grade in South Lake Tahoe: Waterfalls and History All In One Hike

There are many trails one can choose to hike in South Lake Tahoe, but how many actually have waterfalls and a 160 year old history behind them?

Spring has arrived in the Sierras which means it's time to get out and explore the local waterfalls. Due to the low snowpack this winter the falls won't be around as long as normal. My daughter and I decided to get in an aftershool hike this week on the Hawley National Recreational Trail.

South Lake Tahoe Road Construction Season Starts

It's long been joked that South Lake Tahoe has two seasons: winter and road construction.

Get ready for the latter as it's time to begin the South Lake Tahoe projects.

At Tuesday's City Council meeting, Jim Marino, the City's Assistant Public Works Director, outlined all 13 different projects happening within city limits this year.

On the photos in this story you'll their locations, and which ones are deemed to create the heaviest traffic as a result of closing intersections or reducing travel to one lane.

Joseph and Joan Truxler: Let's All Get Together and Make the Fireworks Better, Make Cleanup Better

They’ve been called unpleasant names that can’t be printed. They’ve received death threats. For a few days one may even assume they were hated. That was then.

They’re being called courageous. They’re being called heroes. They’re being thanked for caring about our environment and bringing the effect of fireworks in the lake to the forefront. That is now.

Controlled Burns Continue Around Lake Tahoe Basin

Prescribed fire operations by the U.S. Forest Service will continue around the Lake Tahoe Basin during the week of April 14, 2014, and are likely to continue throughout the month of April, weather permitting.

During the next few weeks, burning may take place on Spooner Summit on the East Shore, in the Luther Pass Campground off of Highway 89 near South Lake Tahoe, and on the west side of Highway 89 near Tahoma on the West Shore. Operations are ongoing and may continue as weather, staffing, and conditions allow. Locations could vary due to changing conditions.

Full City Council Agenda on Tuesday Including Tahoe Wellness Cooperative's Event Permit Appeal

The City Council agenda for Tuesday, April 14th runs the gamut from a presentation on the Tahoe Valley Plan to the Cal Trans Master Agreement to hearing an appeal by Cody Bass of the Tahoe Wellness Cooperative.

Council will meet in closed session at 8 a.m. on anticipated litigation. The regular meeting will be called to order at 9 a.m.

Sierra Club Meeting

Event Date: 
May 8, 2014 - 7:00pm

Mike Makley will discuss his recently published book, "Saving Lake Tahoe," at the Sierra Club Meeting on May 8th at 7 p.m. at Unity Church.

The book chronicles the environmental movement over the last century.

Books will be available to purchase and the author will be signing books.

Unity Church is located at 1195 Rufus Allen Blvd in South Lake Tahoe.


Unity at the Lake Center
1195 Rufus Allen Blvd, S Lake Tahoe
United States

South Lake Tahoe Beaches and Parks Begin to Open

The temperatures are rising in South Lake Tahoe and residents and visitors are spending more time outdoors.

The U.S. Forest Service announced Monday that they will be opening recreation areas early. Last year's warm temperatures in April and May brought out people who wanted to enjoy the parks and beaches, only to find them still closed.

Here is a list of opening dates:

Inspiration Point, Logan Shoals, Chimney Beach, and Secret Harbor are opening on April 21.

Sawmill Pond and the Sandpit OHV areas open May 1.

Baldwin Beach and Nevada Beach and Campground open May 9.

South Lake Tahoe Police Blotter

For the two weeks from March 27 to April 10, 2014, the South Lake Tahoe Police Department responded to 319 calls.

Calls Resulting in Arrests:

Battery in the 900 block of Lodi
Warrant in the 3800 block of Lake Tahoe Blvd
Unlicensed Driver at the corner of Paradise & Maple Ave
Driving on Suspended or Revoked License at Young & Marjorie Streets
Assault With a Deadly Weapon in the 2900 block of Sacramento

DUI at O'Malley and Martin Ave
Resisting in the 3700 block of Blackwood
DUI at Heavenly Village Way & Lake Tahoe Blvd


Letter to the Editor: Vote Yes on Measure L

I have been part of the Community since 1989 and am now a permanent resident. The South Lake Tahoe Library does more than just books and banks of computers, our library is a place where people gather to explore, interact, and imagine. It is a place where people come to know themselves and their communities. People go to the Library looking for information and find each other there.

LTCC Celebrates National Poetry Month With Award Winning Poets

Event Date: 
April 24, 2014 - 7:00pm

The Lake Tahoe Community College Writers’ Series is celebrating National Poetry Month on Thursday, April 24 at 7 p.m. in the Aspen Room with poets June Sylvester Saraceno and Laura Wetherington. These award-winning poets will read from their works, engage the audience with a Q and A, and sign copies of their books. The event is free and open to the public, and books will be available for purchase.

Report of Floating Body on Cascade Lake Brings Out Search Teams

A hiker in the area of Cascade Lake reported seeing a floating body on the lake Wednesday afternoon. The Lake Tahoe local woman was hiking on the north east side of Cascade Lake near the shoreline when she thought she saw a body float up towards the surface and then sink down and out of view.

El Dorado County Sheriff's Search and Rescue volunteers and CALSTAR responded to the vicinity of the sighting but did not find any evidence of a floating body.

Do You Remember? A History of South Lake Tahoe

Event Date: 
April 15, 2014 - 7:00pm

Do you remember Oliver’s casino or the tree in the middle of Highway 50 or the first high school in South Lake Tahoe?

There will be a panel of longtime residents telling stories and answering questions about the past. Dave Borges will moderate.

Panelists include Carolyn Meiers, Jerry Johnson, Jack Martin, Del Laine, Steve James and Melba Rakow.

The Lake Tahoe Historical Society is putting on this event at the lodge at Camp Richardson on Tuesday, April 15 at 7 p.m.

Cost is $3 for non-members, no charge for members.

Fundraiser Saturday for Motorcycle Accident Victim's Family

Event Date: 
April 12, 2014 - 10:00am

Push Fitness will host a fundraiser from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. April 12 for their massage therapist, Luisa, who is recovering from the loss of her daughter, Audrey Genesis Rugamas. Her coworkers hope to raise funds for living expenses so she can take time off work.

The event will include face painting, fitness pictures, karate show, waxing and sugaring, cut-a-thon, chair message.

Funds raised with these services will go toward Luisa’s expenses.

Train, Sammy Hagar and Aerosmith Added to Harvey's Outdoor Line up

A few more top names in the music industry have signed on to perform this summer at the Harvey's Outdoor Concert series. The 7,200 seat open air arena will host Train, Aerosmith & Slash, Sammy Hagar with Michael Anthony, Jason Bonham & Vic Johnson, Boston & Doobie Brothers and several others.

June 24: Sarah McLachlan
July 18: Carrie Underwood
July 20: Zac Brown Band
July 25: Train
July 30: Journey and the Steve Miller Band
August 2: Lady Gaga
August 3: Boston & the Doobie Brothers
August 8: Aerosmith & Slash
August 14: Bruno Mars

Hike or Bike the Tahoe Rim Trail in Bits and Pieces This Summer

Does hiking or biking the 165 miles of the Tahoe Rim Trail seem interesting but rather daunting?

The Tahoe Rim Trail Challenge may be just what the doctor ordered since you have all summer to accomplish the whole trail.

Hikers can choose to walk six easy treks of two to six miles each and become a Tahoe Rim Trail Challenger, or, if they want a bit more challenge, there are six moderate hikes of six to 12 miles each to earn Trail Blazer status.

Statewide Science Fair on May 8th

Event Date: 
May 8, 2014 (All day)

Join people from across the state in one giant science fair project on May 8th. Be a scientist for a day as you complete one of three projects: Find Pollinators, Water Conservation and track where your food comes from.

The vast science project is in in recognition of the 100th anniversary of University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE).

NHP Keeping an Eye on Bicyclists and Motorists on the Road

The Nevada Highway Patrol recently stepped up enforcement of Nevada's Share the Road laws, pulling over 200 motorists who violated the law and issued them warnings.

Now its turn for the NHP to turn the tables and watch for bicyclists not in compliance.

Study: Investing in Forests Reduces Megafires and Saves Millions

Proactive forest management activities can reduce high-severity fire by up to 75%, save up to three times the cost of fighting forest fires and bring added benefits to people, water and wildlife according to a study released today.

Second Annual Tahoe Treasures Tour

Event Date: 
July 12, 2014 (All day)

The Second Annual Tahoe Treasures Tour is slated for July 12, 2014. Sponsored by the AAUW (American Association of University Women, Tahoe Nevada Branch), the event will feature some of Incline Village's most elegant, creatively decorated homes, lush and lovely gardens, Asian, western and local art, and inspiring lake views. The newly opened Holman Arts & Media Center at Sierra Nevada College will also be included in this self-guided tour. Afternoon tea and tapas will be served and attendees may purchase raffle tickets for valuable prizes and shop at the Tahoe Treasures Boutique.

Harrison Avenue Project Informational Meeting

Event Date: 
April 24, 2014 - 6:00pm

The City of South Lake Tahoe invites you to a public meeting for the Harrison Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project. The meeting will be held on Thursday, April 24th from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. and the South Lake Tahoe Senior Center located at 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd.

Community Kudos: Barton Skilled Nursing Volunteers are Priceless

Meer words cannot describe what volunteers mean to Barton Skilled Nursing Facility residents.

Barton Skilled Nursing volunteers wear many hats. They play inspiring music, bring communion, and call bingo. Volunteers turn an ordinary birthday party into a trip down memory lane with music from the past. Musicians share ukulele, piano, and organ music with our residents. They honor our vets. Some volunteers bring in their pets to lick faces and shower our residents with love. Other groups bring church to Skilled Nursing residents every Sunday.

South Lake Tahoe Seniors Celebrate Grand Reopening of Their Center

The South Lake Tahoe Senior Center celebrated the grand reopening of their full facilities on April 7 with a community party. City staff painted, reordered and reorganized the center so the seniors could once again enjoy their dance floor, library game room and offices.

9 Year Old Hailed a Hero After Lake Tahoe Area Snowmobile Accident

Nine year old Bode Bierdneau of Marin County is credited with saving his father after a snowmobile accident near Blue Lakes in Alpine County on Sunday.

The two were each riding their own snowmobiles when Bode's father, John Taylor (JT), lost control and crashed into a tree and was partially ejected. He was partially trapped under his Skidoo as his left leg became entangled with the machine. Bode dug out his father, but with his dad's femur broken he couldn't walk.

Pipe Keepers Public Forum

Event Date: 
April 17, 2014 - 6:00pm

The League to Save Lake Tahoe is inviting the public to its first Pipe Keepers Public Forum on April 17 at the Blue Angel Café in South Lake Tahoe, featuring five regional experts who will discuss stormwater problems and solutions in the Tahoe Basin. The event will feature free food and drinks, a free raffle, expert presentations and a question and answer session.

Grammy Nominee and author to Perform at SLT Library

Event Date: 
June 17, 2014 - 6:00pm

The Friends of the Library presents an evening with Linda Chorney, Grammy Nominee and author on June 17 at the South Lake Tahoe Library from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.. Chorney made history as the first Independent artist without a label, publicist, or manager, to be nominated for a Grammy in a category of legends, like Robert Plant, Bob Dylan, and Willie Nelson. The gatekeepers of the industry were not happy, and did what they could to undermine her nomination and career. But they didn't know who they were dealing with. Chorney fights back with a delicious sense of humor.


South Lake Tahoe Library
1000 Rufus Allen Blvd South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
United States

Free Handbell Concert by Tintabulations at SLT Library

Event Date: 
June 14, 2014 - 3:00pm

A fantastic handbell concert will be presented by the Friends of the Library on June 14 when they host Tintabulations, a community handbell ensemble from Reno.


South Lake Tahoe Library
1000 Rufus Allen Blvd. South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
United States

Geology of the Tahoe Basin by Scott Valentine at SLT Library

Event Date: 
June 3, 2014 - 6:00pm

Scott Valentine, local Earth Science Instructor at Lake Tahoe Community College, will tell the captivating story of earthquakes, glaciers, volcanism, and how our famous Lake Tahoe was created.

Presented by the Friends of the Library, this program will be at the South Lake Tahoe Library on June 3rd at 6 p.m.

Join us for this free and interesting event.


South Lake Tahoe Librar
1000 Rufus Allen Blvd. South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
United States

Author and Sierra Nevada Native, Gary D. Noy, will share his newest book

Event Date: 
May 20, 2014 - 6:00pm

South Lake Tahoe's Friends of the Library are pleased to present Gary D. Noy, and his newest book, "Sierra Stories: Tales of Dreamers, Schemers, Bigots, and Rogues". The May 20th event will take place at 6 p.m. at the South Lake Tahoe Library.


South Lake Tahoe Library
1000 Rufus Allen Blvd South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
United States

Tahoe Regional Plan Upheld in Court; Sierra Club and Friends of the West Shore Lawsuit Struck Down

The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency and League to Save Lake Tahoe are joining other local groups and individuals in applauding the decision today in Federal Court to uphold the Lake Tahoe Regional Plan. U.S. District Court Judge John Mendez found that the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency acted properly in its Dec. 12, 2012 approval of an updated regional plan for the Tahoe Basin.

These Tahoe Regional Plan will guide all aspects of land management, development and planning in the Tahoe Basin for the next 20 years.

Grants Available For Those That Serve the South Lake Tahoe Community

$25,000 will be awarded to South Lake Tahoe groups that make a difference in the health and wellness of individuals in the community.

Barton Health will award grants to organizations that serve underserved populations and have a lasting impact on the community’s well-being.

In this grant cycle, Barton Health will fund programs that address the South Lake Tahoe community’s most pressing health needs. Based on the 2012 Community Health Needs Assessment, the top three health concerns are substance abuse, access to healthcare, and mental health.

TRYP Professional Development Workshop: Retirement Planning

Event Date: 
April 16, 2014 - 5:30pm

Retirement?!? What young person even wants to hear the word, much less think about putting away money for it?

But guess what? Any job you get today is very unlikely to have a pension, and many don't even come with benefits anymore like 401k's or other savings plans. So that means you're on your own when it comes time to stop working.


New York Life Insurance
408 Dorla Ct. Round Hill, NV 89448
United States

Tahoe Regional Young Professionals Networking Mixer

Event Date: 
April 9, 2014 - 6:30pm

TRYP will be in the haus on April 9th, with our our monthly networking mixer at Himmel Haus from 6:30-9:30pm. Catch up with friends and meet new ones while sipping authentic German beer and sampling Himmel Haus' contemporary cuisine.

TRYP mixers take place the second Wednesday of each month and are FREE for members (just $10 for non-members). Bring your friends and co-workers; we'll see you there!


Himmel Haus
3819 Saddle Rd. South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
United States

El Dorado County to Have Grand Jury Again; 19 Jurors Needed

After being dissolved in February of 2013 due to 14 of the 19 members resigning, the El Dorado County Grand Jury is once again being formed.

Controlled Burns Continue Around Lake Tahoe Basin

You may see smoke in three different locations around the Lake Tahoe basin this week as U.S. Forest Service fuel reduction operations continue. Starting Monday, April 7, they will be burning near Spooner Summit on the East Shore, in the Luther Pass Campground off of Highway 89 S near South Lake Tahoe, and on the west side of Highway 89 N near Tahoma on the West Shore.

Operations are ongoing and may continue through the week and next weekend if weather, staffing, and conditions allow.

Celebration For Grand Re-opening of South Lake Tahoe Senior Center

Event Date: 
April 7, 2014 - 4:00pm

South Lake Tahoe seniors have their center back, and there will be a grand re-opening party to welcome them back into their updated home.

The Senior Center,located at 3050 Lake Tahoe Blvd, received new paint, new carpet, and heavy cleaning in order for local seniors to be able to use the whole facility including the library, dance floor, offices and other areas formerly used by the county's Mental Health Department.

Sixth Annual Memorial Celebration in Honor of Sgt. Timothy Smith set for April 7

Event Date: 
April 7, 2014 - 5:00pm

The 6th Annual Memorial Celebration in Honor of Sgt. Timothy Smith of South Lake Tahoe will be held on Monday, April 7 at his mother Patty Smith's home.

Sgt. Smith, 25, of South Lake Tahoe, assigned to the 4th Brigade Special Troops Battalion, 4th Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry), located at Fort Polk, La.; died April 7 2008 in Baghdad of wounds sustained when his vehicle encountered an improvised explosive device.

South Lake Tahoe Community Comes Through For Ryan Wallace; Receives New Leg Next Week

Just one month ago the plea was made to the South Lake Tahoe community: Help Ryan Wallace raise $25,000 to replace his prosthetic leg.

As of today, the goal was met with the final boost made by the students at South Tahoe Middle School where Wallace was Wrestling Coach and Instructional Aide. "A Minute to Win It For Ryan" was presented to the kids as a way to help their mentor.

South Lake Tahoe Woman Missing; Police Ask For Public's Help

4-5-14 12:40 p.m. update - Camilyn Kay Price-Miller has been found alive and well in another location. She was unaware of the search for her so, once she found out about the situation she walked into a local police station.

South Lake Tahoe Police and Fire Departments Participate in Active Shooter Exercises

In order to be trained and prepared to handle active shooter situations, the South Lake Tahoe Police and Fire Departments took part in exercises at Lake Tahoe Community College on Thursday, April 3. They will continue the exercises on Monday at Tahoe Valley Elementary.

Both training sessions take place at school campuses that are on Spring Break so students and classes are not disturbed. The purpose of the exercises are to give the departments an opportunity to work together in order to be prepared should an active shooter incident take place within the city limits.

Motorcycle Driver Succumbs to Injuries Suffered from Accident in Carson City

The driver of the motorcycle involved in the March 22 accident that killed South Lake Tahoe resident Audrey G. Rugamas has died of his injuries.

20 year old Andrey Gallegos of Sparks, Nevada was taken off life support on March 30. He suffered major injuries in the accident which occurred at the corner of Roop and Fairview Streets.

South Lake Tahoe Business Expo Filmed Report

Community Reporter Jack Durst highlights the Annual South Lake Tahoe Business Expo.

Puppy Mill Protest in Reno on Saturday

Organizers are expecting a large turnout at Saturday's anti-puppy mill demonstration in Reno at the corner of Neil Rd and S. Virginia Street from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

"The event is being called to show the Reno and Sparks City Councils and the Washoe County Commission that citizens mean business when it comes to a ban on the sale of dogs, cats and rabbits in retail stores in Reno, Sparks and Incline Village," stated Billy Howard, Founding Organizer for the popular initiative Puppy Mill Free Reno/Sparks/Washoe.

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The City of South Lake Tahoe has secured $3.5 million dollars in grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Office of Healthy Homes to help families with young children control lead hazards in their home.

The grant funds will cover the cost to have your home tested for potential lead-based paint hazards and conduct a thorough Risk Assessment.

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