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  1. First new campground proposed in over 20 years in Lake TahoeRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | KRNV-TV Reno

    ... are 18 campgrounds which represent a total of 2,066 campsites. Of those, only 46 campsites are located between Tahoe City and Zephyr Cove, meaning only two percent of all campsites are in North Lake Tahoe," said Blake Riva, managing partner at ...

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  2. Adventure awaits amid sprawling Tahoe City trail networkRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Tahoe Daily Tribune

    There are easy routes with smooth dirt and gentle climbs that are well suited for beginners; there are miles of intermediate terrain; and then there are trails that will satisfy the endorphin desires of the experts, while leaving the less-experienced riders proclaiming, "Oh My God, we are not seriously going to ride down that, are we?" The sprawling network of trails at Tahoe Cross Country Ski Area/Burton Creek State Park provides riding for all those ability levels in one location. The Tahoe XC/Burton Creek trails can be accessed from a variety of locations, including the top of Jack Pine in downtown Tahoe City, behind Tamarack Lodge, a mile east of Tahoe City, or my go-to spot, the trailhead of Tahoe XC Ski Area in the Highlands.

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  3. First New Campground in 20 Years at Tahoe ProposedRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | KOLO-TV Reno

    ... are 18 campgrounds which represent a total of 2,066 campsites. Of those, only 46 campsites are located between Tahoe City and Zephyr Cove, meaning only two percent of all campsites are in North Lake Tahoe," said Blake Riva, managing partner at ...

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  4. Master swimmers conqueror Lake TahoeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Pacifica Tribune

    ... at Sand Harbor Beach, over 1,300 swimmers headed west, starting in four waves, and finished at Skylandia Beach in Tahoe City. Each team member swam the chilly waters beside their anchor boat tag-teaming in 30, then 15 and 10 minute legs until the ...

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  5. Woodlanders swim across Lake TahoeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | The Daily Democrat

    A Woodland team competed last week in the 39th Annual Trans Tahoe Relay, hosted by the Olympic Club of San Francisco. Relay teams consisting of six members each swam across Lake Tahoe from Sand Harbor on the East Side of the Lake to Skylandia Beach located near Tahoe City.

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  6. Less algae key factor in keeping Tahoe blueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | The Daily Democrat

    ... continued for the third straight year in 2014. The average annual minimum and maximum air temperatures at Tahoe City were the highest recorded since 1910. Precipitation was only 61 percent of average, with only 18 percent of it falling as snow, well ...

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  7. South Lake Tahoe approves lease for Verizon cell towerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Tahoe Daily Tribune

    The South Lake Tahoe City Council has approved a lease to install a cellular tower in Bijou Golf Course this week. City Manager Nancy Kerry said Tuesday the lease begins the permitting process Verizon needs to go through with the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency to build the tower.

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  8. Find seclusion and sensational sights during a West Shore kayak trip.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 24 | Sierra Sun

    ... be ready to jump into those clear, almost warm waters off the beach. Tim Hauserman, a nearly lifelong resident of Tahoe City, is a freelance author and cross-country ski instructor. He may be reached at writeonrex@yahoo.com.

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  9. Keep Tahoe Blue? Less Algae, Not Clarity, Key for Lake's BluenessRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2010 | Science Daily

    ... continued for the third straight year in 2014. The average annual minimum and maximum air temperatures at Tahoe City were the highest recorded since 1910. Precipitation was only 61 percent of average, with only 18 percent of it falling as snow, well ...

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  10. North Tahoe crime logs: Man on drugs reports fear of 20 men waiting for him outside his homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Sierra Sun

    Below are select incidents from the Placer County Sheriff's Office press log for June 1-15, as provided to the Sierra Sun by PCSO staff. A man was arrested for reportedly being drunk in public near Lakewood and Panorama in Tahoe City around 5:30 p.m. A female subject was cited for possession of methamphetamine after being contacted by deputies in her parked car in Kings Beach.

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  11. South Lake Tahoe City Council extends SnowGlobe festival hoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Tahoe Daily Tribune

    This Year's SnowGlobe Music Festival attendees will be able to stay longer for the year-end event instead of rushing off all at once. The festival's promoter, Chad Donnelly, requested a change to its contract with the city of South Lake Tahoe this week to extend the festival's ending time on New Year's Eve to address the flow of people leaving the event.

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  12. Lake Tahoe's Birds, Burgers and Brews event planned Aug. 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Nevada Appeal

    The Tahoe Institute for Natural Science is hosting four free birding tours around Lake Tahoe and Truckee on Saturday, Aug. 1. Following the tours, attendees will converge at 64 Acres in Tahoe City, next to the Transit Center, to enjoy local craft brews and burgers. This event is part of TINS' Tahoe Big Year, a yearlong event that celebrates the hundreds of bird species that make the Tahoe region their home.

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  13. Keep Tahoe blue? Less algae, not clarity, key factor for bluenessRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Davis Enterprise

    ... continued for the third straight year in 2014. The average annual minimum and maximum air temperatures at Tahoe City were the highest recorded since 1910. Precipitation was only 61 percent of average, with only 18 percent of it falling as snow, well ...

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  14. Artwork chosen for Tahoe City's 'bubble gum' pipeline projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Sierra Sun

    The Tahoe City Public Utility District has chosen an artist to paint the sewer pipe that will replace the decades-old, gum-ridden line crossing a portion of the Truckee River. What started with 14 proposals would later be whittled down to four candidates, and then to one winner: Stephane Cellier, an art instructor living and teaching in Virginia City.

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  15. South Lake Tahoe approves new rules for vacation home rentalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Tahoe Daily Tribune

    By a 4-0 vote, the South Lake Tahoe City Council approved new regulations governing vacation home rentals during another marathon session Tuesday. The most recent vacation ordinance drew a lot of debate over the past year as the city attempted to address what it called a balancing act for residents and rental applicants alike.

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  16. Annie Rutledge wins Tahoe Rim Trail 100-Mile Endurance RunRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Sierra Sun

    ... All I had to do was run - I kept telling myself that - and they'd take care of everything else." Rachael Woods of Tahoe City finished sixth among women and 45th overall in 27:48:34, Roger Pynappel of Truckee placed 75th in 29:40:09, and Dan Baxley ...

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  17. Dark clouds form over Jobs Peak above Carson Valley.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | The Record-Courier

    At one point this afternoon, both the southern and northern portions of Lake Tahoe were under a severe thunderstorm warning. A similar warning for northern Lake Tahoe is expected to continue through 2 p.m., and will affect Tahoe City and Kings Beach.

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  18. Beth Ashleya s Since You Asked: Getting a kick out of a pride-filled holidayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 20 | Marin Independent Journal

    ... window overlooking the lake, but we couldn't see any fireworks until we strolled out. There, in the sky south of Tahoe City, we saw a downpour of orange stars, one burst after another. We stood for a while to oh-and-ah, pleased for a glimpse of the ...

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  19. A bike ride down the Lakeview Trail offers, well, stunning views of Lake Tahoe.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 19 | Sierra Sun

    There are easy routes with smooth dirt and gentle climbs that are well suited for beginners; there are miles of intermediate terrain; and then there are trails that will satisfy the endorphin desires of the experts, while leaving the less-experienced riders proclaiming, "Oh My God, we are not seriously going to ride down that, are we?" The sprawling network of trails at Tahoe Cross Country Ski Area/Burton Creek State Park provides riding for all those ability levels in one location. The Tahoe XC/Burton Creek trails can be accessed from a variety of locations, including the top of Jack Pine in downtown Tahoe City, behind Tamarack Lodge, a mile east of Tahoe City, or my go-to spot, the trailhead of Tahoe XC Ski Area in the Highlands.

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  20. Up at the Mount Tallac summit, you can pretty much see all that Lake Tahoe has to offer.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | The Record-Courier

    ... eak for after beginning my descent. Please, do not feed the animals! Tim Hauserman, a nearly lifelong resident of Tahoe City, is a freelance author and cross-country ski instructor. He may be reached at writeonrex@yahoo.com.

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