By Kathryn Reed A San Mateo man drowned at Sand Harbor after he fell off a borrowed standup paddleboard. Kenneth Campo, 42, was between 200 and 300 yards from shore to the right of the boat ramp on Aug. 23 about 3:45pm. Witnesses told authorities [...]
By Kathryn Reed Lakeview Commons is described as a success beyond anyone’s imagination. But it’s not a moneymaker. Not yet, any way. Most events take a few years before they operate in the black. But the city of South Lake Tahoe can’t be in the [...
By Kathryn Reed While Thursday night concerts have been a success at Lakeview Commons based on attendance, the complaints about it being something less than a family event dominated a portion of the afternoon session of Tuesday’s South Lake Tahoe City Council meeting. Mayor Claire Fortier said the number and types of calls she has [...]
By Kathryn Reed South Lake Tahoe’s recreation facilities are old and need to be overhauled. That was the message delivered at this month’s City Council meeting by Stan Sherer, community services director. When asked if the ball fields or rec center should be the priority, he told the council the 37-year-old recreation center needs attention first. South Lake Tahoe [...]
By Kathryn Reed It will neither be Julie Andrews making the hills come alive with the sound of music nor the bass of bands from SnowGlobe. Instead, a mix of jazz, reggae and blues are expected to resonate from Lakeview Commons this summer. OnCourse Events has been granted a permit to bring music to the South Lake [...]