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  • Announcements

    By The Weekly on October 29, 2014
    Courtesy Granlibakken ·  Join Women’s Wellness Weekend The 4th Annual Women’s Wellness Weekend on Nov. 8 and 9 fuses traditional and alternative medicine through two days of inspirational and informative seminars. The Women’s Wellness Weekend retreat begins on Nov. 8, with yoga followed by breakfast. Presentations kick-off with speaker Dr. Kim Bateman presenting “Ugly Ducklings,” a talk on the psyche of […]
  • Wet ‘n’ Dirty

    By The Weekly on October 1, 2014
    Tuesdays Rim Trail work tahoerimtrail.org Thursdays Rim Trail work tahoerimtrail.org Fridays Bikes and Brews northstarcalifornia.com Saturdays Rim Trail work tahoerimtrail.org Oct. 4 Independence Lake tour nature.org Flume Trail half marathon ascentruns.com Scarecrow Trail Run tahoetrailrunning.com Oct. 11 Beer hike nevadalandtrust.org Bouldering competition highaltitutdefit.net Oct. 11-12 Sierra Tahoe Series tahoemountainsports.com Oct. 12 TAMBA trail ride tahoemountainbike.org   Courtesy Nevada Land Trust […]
  • Steal & Deals

    By The Weekly on October 1, 2014
      Lodging packages Discounted rooms for Haunted Tour The Historical Haunted Tour celebrates bygone days in the bustling railroad town of Truckee with captivating stories offering spooky and unexpected twists. The Tour’s lodging partners are offering special deals including reduced rates and a complimentary bottle of wine. Rooms at The Truckee Hotel are discounted to $59 to $129, and The […]
  • Announcements

    By The Weekly on October 1, 2014
    Participants examine an abandoned trestle and logging flatcar frames left in a field near Hobart Mills. | Courtesy Truckee Donner Railroad Society ·  Discover history at Truckee Trestle Tours Come learn Truckee’s logging history with a tour of the area’s logging railroads with the Truckee Donner Railroad Society on Oct. 4. Participants will carpool north on Highway 89, swing off the […]
  • For the Kids

    By The Weekly on October 1, 2014
    Courtesy Tahoe Donner ·  Tahoe Donner hosts Fall Festival Tahoe Donner hosts Fall Festival from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Oct. 11 with arts and crafts, vendors, doggie dip, seasonal beer offerings, pumpkin patch, kids’ carnival, rock climbing wall, Log Jammer ride and more at Northwood’s Clubhouse. The cost is $15 for an unlimited wristband. Call (530) 587-9437 for […]
  • Plumas Pines Golf Course

    By TJ Lester on September 24, 2014
    Courtesy of Plumas Pines Golf Course ·  18 holes | Par 72 Yardage | 5,246-6,421 Slope | 126-137 Rating | 70.4-71.1 Located in the quant town of Blairsden, Plumas Pines Golf Resort is a fantastic destination to get away from it all. Designed in 1980 by Homer Flint, the course zigzags its way along the middle fork of the Feather […]
  • Grizzly Ranch Golf Club

    By TJ Lester on September 17, 2014
    By TJ Lester ·  Courtesy Grizzly Ranch Golf Club ·  18 holes | Par 72 Yardage | 5,374-7,411 Slope | 129-140 Rating | 71.1-74.9 Grizzly Ranch Golf Club opened in 2005 as a private country club. Now, the course is semi-private offering tee times to the public. It was designed by Bob Cupp, an exceptional architect who has won 11 […]
  • Fall outlook

    By Bruce Ajari on September 17, 2014
    By Bruce Ajari ·   Above, the low Alder Creek arm of Prosser Reservoir ·  We are entering the fall season and the effects of the drought have our streams and reservoirs in a sad state of affairs. Fall is typically one of the best times of the year for anglers. It is spawning season for a number of species.Brook, Lake […]
  • Nakoma Golf Resort

    By TJ Lester on September 10, 2014
    By Thomas Lester ·  Courtesy Nakoma Golf Resort ·  18 holes | Par 72 Rating | 67-72 Yardage | 4,833-7,015 Slope |128-139  Nakoma Golf Resort originally opened in 1998 under the name The Dragon. Designed by Robin Nelson it was set out to be the most difficult course in the region. When it first opened it, it played just more […]
  • Ants abundant terrestrials

    By Bruce Ajari on September 10, 2014
    By Bruce Ajari ·  A selection of ant imitations ·  When fly-fishers talk about matching the hatch, aquatic insects such as Mayflies, Stoneflies, Caddisflies and midges are the primary ones that they concentrate on. However, terrestrial insects such as ants, beetles and grasshoppers are an important food source for consideration. Terrestrial, unlike aquatic insects, live primarily on land. As a […]