Californians Face Disappointment Over Closure of Popular Grocery Store After Five DecadesAsh Jurberg2 HOURS AGO
Californians Face Disappointment Over Closure of Popular Grocery Store After Five DecadesAsh JurbergNewsBreak Contributor
End of an Era: Iconic Tahoe City Grocery Store to Shut Its Doors After 50 YearsEmily Rose KentNewsBreak Contributor
I was overlooked twice for promotions because senior managers claimed they didn't know me.Household StoriesNewsBreak Contributor
$76 Million Incline Village Home Could Break Sales Records for TahoeElsa PenaNewsBreak Contributor
Hit by a truck, California mama bear bounces back from death-defying injury with her two cubs nearbyGolden Gate MediaNewsBreak Contributor
Californians Face Disappointment Over Closure of Popular Grocery Store After Five Decades
End of an Era: Beloved Supermarket Shuts Its Doors in Californian City After 50 Years. Disappointing news for residents of Tahoe City in California with the Save Mart store set to close this month.
Save Mart owners disappointed to see lease terminated, looking for new locations
TAHOE CITY, Calif.— After proudly operating in Tahoe City for over five decades, it was announced by Save Mart that their store in the area would be closing due to the termination of the lease for the current space with the landlord. “We are deeply disappointed,” said Senior Vice...
Carson City arrest for fake ID lab, drugs
CARSON CITY, Nev. (KOLO) -The Carson City Sheriff’s Office said Sunday it arrested two people after finding a forgery laboratory for Nevada identification cards and drugs. It arrested Monica Marie Main, 43, on charges of forgery, materials to make fake IDs, drug trafficking and drug possession. CCSO arrested Kyle...
3 Incredible Properties Sold This Week Around Truckee
Truckee, California is known for its stunning natural beauty and luxurious real estate properties. Recently, three properties in the area were sold at impressive prices, showcasing the high demand for exclusive mountain living in this region. Let's take a closer look at these remarkable properties and their unique features.
Want to join this local Lake Tahoe club? You can’t.
He has a cap on membership, and when new spots open up, getting on the list is 100% at the owner's discretion.
Lake Tahoe Hike to Rubicon Peak Scenic Views
Epic hike above Lake Tahoe to Rubicon Peak at an elevation of 9,187’. It’s a steep climb with some good rock scrambling at the end as you will see! Thanks to Paul Altrocchi for leading the way on this amazing hike located near Tahoma and above Rubicon Bay, Lake Tahoe. Check it out here: https://tinyurl.com/dehnsu2z.
Truckee Flannel Company connecting people with their love for the outdoors
If you think a flannel clothing company born in the Sierra Nevada mountains sounds like a perfect match, you’d be in lockstep agreement with Truckee Flannel Company owners Lisa and Brian Nigon. The two met each other as graphic designers in college in Duluth, Minnesota, and after a trip...
End of an Era: Iconic Tahoe City Grocery Store to Shut Its Doors After 50 Years
A half-century legacy comes to a close as property owner declines lease renewal, forcing stores closure. In a surprising turn of events, the renowned Tahoe City Save Mart is set to close on October 18. The decision comes as the property owner has chosen not to renew the store's lease, marking the end of a half-century-long legacy.
Obituary: Mazie Lou Walker Carnell
Amazing Mazie Lou Walker Carnell, 96, was the ultimate Survivor and Matriarch of Tahoe City having touched the lives of countless children beyond her own 7, their 11 and their 9 since the 40’s. She was the Tahoe Pioneer ranch woman of the century with family going back more than 6 generations. Any and all ‘old Tahoe City’ locals were the beneficiaries of her hands on library science classes if they went to Tahoe Lake School. No one could forget the tarantula, scorpion, and snakes, to name a few that took up residence there. There was even ‘Mazie Day’ at the school. She orchestrated the children’s choir at the Catholic Church and at graduations. Her impact shaped lives and character, bringing us back to a time in America that was truly iconic. Mazie, an incredible story teller relished in teaching us about the good ol’ days, about every flower, about growing and canning food, and about pretty much everything God made! Born in her grandmother’s home in Clarksville, May 12th, 1927 she survived losing her mother at three, being separated from three of her four siblings and spending most of her life working hard to make ends meet. She was a dead eye sharp shooter, a lover of horses, sheep and babies. Mazie was married 70 years to Dick Carnell until he passed in 2018. They had a wonderful life with many years spent in Sierraville after the children were raised, where they led a posse and built a school library (of course) and Mazie established Angel Wings, which successfully provided for children who were victims of abuse and neglect. The whole family made it to Thanksgiving each year with Mom still cooking for 40 at 95. She was canning jalapeno cowboy candy and raspberry jam two days before a stroke signaled it was time to go home. She asked Our Lord to take her to heaven and was anxious to care for her 2 children, Tom & Teria preceding her in death. She was adored by her family and surrounded by her remaining children, John, Mike, Tim, Patti, & Joe as well as daughter in laws and many grandchildren & great grandchildren at St Mary’s with a whole community calling to say goodbye! Her passing was peaceful, painless and covered in love! A celebration of her life and birthday will be held at Granlibakken next May. Donations in her remembrance can be made to St. Mary’s Hospice (6490 S McCarran Blvd Ste B13 Reno Nevada 89509)
Tahoe, Donner Lake levels: A successful water year
This year has shown immense promise for both Tahoe and Donner. Lake Tahoe’s current elevation is 6227.8 feet above sea level, just shy of the maximum legal limit of 6,229.10. With a natural rim at 6,223.00 feet above sea level, this allows for 6.1 feet of reservoir storage from the natural rim to the top of the dam in Tahoe City.
North Tahoe Truckee Homeless Services celebrates wins from Annual Report, reflect on the challenges still facing the community
TRUCKEE, Calif.— As the winter approaches, many people who are considered to be homeless around the Basin, whether that be by sleeping on a friends couch, in a car, or even on the streets, are wondering how they will be able to survive the harsh conditions the season will bring.
The long haul: Hit the trails for a long-distance mountain bike ride
Tahoe is a mountain bikers’ paradise. With seemingly endless networks of trails — often just a short ride from your home or hotel — there’s always an epic day of riding ahead of you. And thanks to the U.S. Forest Service and partner organizations like the nonprofit Tahoe Area Mountain Biking Association, these trails are regularly maintained and expanded upon.
Tahoe Forest Hospital District notifies patients of data breach
TAHOE/TRUCKEE Calif.– Tahoe Forest Hospital District (the “Health System”) said today that it is notifying patients of a data privacy incident that involved the patients’ health information. On June 26, 2023, the Health System discovered that on June 9, 2023, a company that sends patient billing...
Embracing autumn in Incline Village, Crystal Bay: A Real Estate update
As September gracefully ushers in cooler temperatures and the autumn equinox, the tranquil charm of Incline Village and Crystal Bay is set against the backdrop of impending holidays and the approaching winter season. However, our serene community recently experienced a subtle reminder of the wildfires that can swiftly encroach upon our lives, much like the Anvil Fire in Oregon, the SRF Lightning Complex Fire in Humboldt County, and the Smith River Complex Fire in Del Norte County. These fires sent plumes of smoke drifting into the basin, emphasizing the ease with which such events can transpire and spread. Lately, the winds have been strong, underscoring the importance of adhering to no-burn regulations and promptly reporting fires and smoke sightings while enjoying our breathtaking outdoors.
With a $76 Million Buy-In, Steve Wynn’s Former Lake Tahoe Estate Is Yours for the Taking
Almost six years after it was last sold for $31 million, a luxe Lake Tahoe estate previously owned by Steve Wynn has returned to the market once again, this time asking a whopping $76 million. Built by the disgraced casino mogul in the early 1990s, the nearly 5-acre spread sits in the affluent Incline Village enclave of Nevada, replete with 210 feet of waterfront footage and a private beach.Thinking of Dropping Anchor? This Eye-Catching Houseboat Is Up for Grabs in Seattle Should the place go for anywhere near that amount, it would set a record for the most expensive residential real...
Dogs in Need: Could Your Home Be Their New Home in truckee, CA?
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around truckee..
Jack’s Joy Ride fundraising event travels to 14 Stateline businesses
Last year, Brandon and Valerie Baumann suffered the devastating loss of their son, 4-year-old Jack Baumann, after a tragic accident at his first soccer game. They channeled the immense grief of losing their precious son back into love by organizing a fundraiser to honor their son’s memory. This year,...
Clear Creek Tahoe opens gates for showcase
On Sept. 9, the private community of Clear Creek Tahoe (nestled between Incline Village and Carson City on the eastern slope of the Carson Range) hosted The Builder Architect Showcase, giving real estate agents, members, prospective buyers, and others the chance to meet the exclusive, award-winning architects, builders, and home designers behind Clear Creek Tahoe’s newest home concepts.
Tahoe City to Honor Raymond Kenneth Elam's Contributions at Memorial Event
Raymond Kenneth Elam, a valued member of the Tahoe City Downtown Association, passed away on July 26th, 2022. Known for maintaining the flower baskets that adorn Tahoe City's sidewalks, his contributions to the community were significant.
Bellamy Court parking structure to temporarily close for upgrades
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – The Bellamy parking garage will be inaccessible from Monday, October 2 through Monday, October 16 due to construction taking place at the entrance and exit of the building. The 1 Bellamy Court has not received major updates in the 20 years of this structure’s...