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Organizers of a popular outdoor Lake Tahoe music festival will stress safety at the event late this month after a participant's death last year...Her body was found a few days after she went missing New Year's Eve, and an autopsy found she likely
Experts issued a warning to pet owners after a dog was killed by a pack of coyotes near the Tahoe Rim Trail above Lake Tahoe's south shore. Kristen Kohary says she and her husband, John, were hiking in Stateline last week when their 11-year-old male
Calif. (AP) Two Lake Tahoe-area women have completed a rain-soaked climb to the summit of a 16,000-foot mountain in Africa in the name of women, business and the environment. Meghan Kelly and Jennifer Gurecki dubbed their expedition to Mount Kenya "
Six puppies abandoned in a Lake Tahoe trash bin have found permanent homes in the Reno-Tahoe area. Becky Goodman of the Pet Network Humane Society in Incline Village says the dogs were adopted after being featured at a community reception a week ago.
The government shutdown hasn't stopped the Kokanee salmon from their annual migration run at Lake Tahoe, or hundreds of visitors from hiking along Taylor Creek to get a glimpse of the fish that turn bright red when they spawn...Forest Service
A 23-year-old man has been arrested in the killing of a Lake Tahoe man in Phoenix last July. Vroury Manoukian is being held on suspicion of second-degree murder in the death of 24-year-old Matthew McMaster, who was born and raised on Tahoe's south
Ralston Cup wraps up Some of the best snowskaters duked it out last Saturday during the sixth annual Ralston Cup at Sierra-at-Tahoe Mountain Resort. The Ralston Cup is an open snowskate competition that features some of the top athletes in the up-and-
The resort built up a few features on the side of California Trail, but the Ante Up terrain park is still not open. Axie Navas / Tahoe Daily Tribune Heavenly opened Upper California Trail on Wednesday. General Manager Pete Sonntag said Dipper Express
She contributes monthly to the business section of the Tahoe Daily Tribune. Contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org Q & A with Gone Today, Here Tomorrow' author Randall Neece and Joe Timko own and operate Canyon View Ranch, a dog-boarding facility in
Bread & Broth's Adopt A Day of Nourishment program provides individuals, clubs/organizations and businesses the opportunity to sponsor a hot, healthy meal for needy members of the South Lake Tahoe community. On Monday, Oct. 22, the Tahoe Daily