Briefs: South Lake Tahoe births and more |

Briefs: South Lake Tahoe births and more

Egg hunt
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Camina Jean Miller was born March 1 to Shawn and Amanda Miller of South Lake Tahoe.

Lauren Genevieve De Lael was born March 1 to Michael and Cynthia De Lael of South Lake Tahoe.

Hudson Ryan Schultz was born March 3 to Matthew Schultz and Blake Voros of South Lake Tahoe.

Nolon Souers was born March 4 to Scott Souers and Hayley Williamson of South Lake Tahoe.

Shakti Rose Call was born March 5 to Lyndsey Call of Zephyr Cove.

Joseph Anthony Espinel was born March 7 to Joey and Rebecca Espinel of South Lake Tahoe.

Freya Lynn McDonnell was born March 7 to Edward McDonnell and Jessica Wikstorm of South Lake Tahoe.

Sierra Carol Wose was born March 7 to Ryan and Kristina Wose of Gardnerville..


Kahle Community Center will host an egg hunt for kids up to age 6 on Friday, March 25. The hunt will begin at 11 a.m. sharp. Tahoe Fire Association will sponsor the event again this year and fire trucks will be at Kahle before the start of the event. Bring a basket to collect eggs.

For more information, contact Kahle Community Center at 775-586-7271.


More than 70 local business are preparing for the 2016 Business Expo: Go Local. It’s April 1 from 4:30-8:30 p.m. in the Convention Center at Harveys Lake Tahoe Hotel and Casino.

The expo is the South Shore’s largest business and networking experience, produced by the Tahoe Chamber and sponsored by Heavenly and Kirkwood Mountain Resorts. The annual event provides attendees with the opportunity to discover new products, promotions and services, network among the local community and discover new resources available on the South Shore.

Tickets are $10 in advance and may be purchased online at Tickets will be available the day of the event for $15. Children under 5 years old are free.

This year’s event will include a silent auction with prizes from Design Workshop, Lake Tahoe Humane Society, Lake Tahoe Vacation Resort, Sierra Smiles, Tahoe Mountain Lab, Vacasa, Lake Tahoe Vodka and Lake of the Sky Outfitters. A networking lounge will also be open to the public.

For more information, including a list of silent auction items, visit


A Tahoe Talk is scheduled for Wednesday, March 16, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Creekside Room of Lake Tahoe Community College.

The event will cover an overview of new and improved processes in City of South Lake Tahoe and TRPA code that help homeowners make changes to their homes and properties. City and TRPA staff will talk about recent changes to streamline permitting, changes to the vacation home rental ordinance, the application process, and how Area Plans and a new look at development regulations are simplifying the process for homeowners.

Speakers include Tiffany Good, senior planner, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency; John Hitchcock, planning manager, City of South Lake Tahoe; and Dave Walker, building official, City of South Lake Tahoe

The next Tahoe Talk is Wednesday, April 20, called “Don’t Trash the Lake! Protecting Lake Tahoe’s Shoreline.”


The Bureau of Land Management is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for shooting and killing a wild horse in early October 2015 at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center, near Carson City.

The BLM currently manages thousands of wild horses in accordance with the Wild Free-Roaming Horses and Burros Act of 1971, which gives the agency a mandate to protect and manage the animals.

The Northern Nevada Correctional Center/Stewart Conservation Camp Saddle Horse and Burro Training Program is a cooperative partnership between the Bureau of Land Management and the Nevada Department of Corrections-Silver State Industries.

Through this training program, wild horses and burros are gentled and trained before being adopted.

About 60 wild horses and burros are trained and adopted at the facility each year. Currently, the Northern Nevada Correctional Center horse program houses and maintains approximately 1,500 BLM horses.

Individuals with information about this incident are encouraged to call the BLM crime hotline phone number at 1-800-521-6501.

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