“It is a tradition in the military, law enforcement and the fire service to ‘coin’ someone for going above and beyond in the performance of their normal duties. In my opinion, your team far surpassed all of our expectations,” Chief Roberts wrote.
Yesterday, the leftist groups backing the law that mandates access to school bathrooms and other facilities based on an undefined "gender identity" and not a student's actual biological sex were poised to declare victory and call the referendum effort a failure. Instead, the referendum is very much alive and kicking.
Dawn Armstrong retired as director of Lake Tahoe Humane Society in December after 22 years. The organization's longest-serving director, Armstrong is pictured above at Bijou Community Park in South Lake Tahoe with Lexi, a rescued Border collie she adopted.
Bryan M. Gold - Citizen Staff Writer | January 9, 2014
Nottoli, Hume in line for leadership roles. JPA officials at their last two meetings were scheduled to discuss and possibly approve an updated plan of finance. But JPA staff wanted all five elected officials in attendance to cast a vote, and a member missed the last two meetings of 2013.
Cabot Creamery Cooperative recently recognized Gabler with the Cabot Community Celebrity Award, which includes an all-expenses-paid Southern Caribbean cruise honoring awardees for the volunteer work they do in their communities
Greisen tells Mostly Dogs that she can name off the top of her head a half-dozen animal cruelty cases charged under Cooney's Law in Las Vegas but that there appear to have been zero in Washoe County. She thinks cruelty cases are being undercharged here.
White, who is based at Northstar-at-Tahoe resort, had the eighth best score to reach the final 16. White is trying to compete in the halfpipe and new slopestyle competitions at the Sochi Games. He can clinch his spot in slopestyle by being the top American finisher Friday.
Olympic greatness returns to Lake Tahoe this winter with 1960 Olympic medal winner Joe Pete Wilson. Wilson will consultant for the resort’s ski and sled operation and help celebrate Olympic Heritage week, Jan. 11-19.
Fifteen Northern California robotics teams competed at a FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics Qualifying Tournament at Oak Ridge High School’s gym on Sunday. The event was hosted by ORHS, the FIRST FTC Team No. 4238 (RCGFoPL) and Playing @Learning.