TTSA announced that it has named Richard Pallante as the general manager and have removed the interim tag.Read More
“This was our first year hosting this event, and we look forward to expanding it in the future to give students even more exposure to potential careers.”Read More
After only eight months in the United States in Los Angles after escaping Hungary in 1956. His passion for skiing lured him to the Sierra. He came to South Lake Tahoe for a weekend in 1958 to race in a local cross-country skiing competition at Heavenly. Hollay later recalled that standing on the southeast rim of the basin and seeing Lake Tahoe for the first time was one of the high points in his life.
“I saw this beautiful lake and said, ‘What the hell are you doing in LA?'”Read More
“After a long and somewhat tedious journey, I have the pleasure of informing you that we are at length safely arrived at the diggings of California. We came by the way of Salt Lake – arrived there June 19th – left the 25th, and arrived here the 31st of July.”Read More
Placerville police officers take Diamond Springs resident Joshua John Bowen into custody outside of National 9 motel Dec. 8. Bowen is accused of inappropriate contact with minors.Read More
El Dorado Transit to Operate the South Lake Tahoe Bus Only on December 24th & 25th and January 1st for the Christmas and New Year’s HolidayRead More
Placerville History A Sign in town gives a brief synopsis of Placerville’s history: Originally known as “Hangtown”. Incorporated May 13, 1854. Established on the banks of “Hangtown” Creek as rich mining camp in Spring of 1848. Millions in gold were taken from its ravines and hills. Supply center for surrounding mining camps and transportation terminus […]Read More