Coming in Friday’s Tahoe Daily Tribune
Here are the stories the Tahoe Daily Tribune staff is working on for tomorrow:
Despite another month without construction activity at the site of the $420 million convention center project at the state line, the developer remains emphatic the project is on track.
With temperatures rising, the sun staying in the sky longer and our snow melting, signs of spring are everywhere. While there will be superb backcountry conditions into the summer, there is an alternative just two hours east of Lake Tahoe that promises fresh tracks 365 days a year.
Girl Scouts will sell their traditional cookies at various locations throughout the South Shore each weekend through March 16. Find out which cookie is the most popular in Friday’s Tahoe Daily Tribune.
South Tahoe High won its baseball season opener with a 10-2 trouncing of Lovelock on Thursday in Carson City. Gary Prescott and Ivan Trebotich combined for five hits and five RBIs, and Derek Holmgren has three hits and scored three runs for the victorious Vikings. Starting pitcher Max DeLallo pitched three innings of one-hit ball and struck out five.