News briefs: South Lake Tahoe births, and more |

News briefs: South Lake Tahoe births, and more


Claire Alexandra Lee Coty was born Sept. 3 to Jasmine Amber Coty of Minden.

Jose Alexander Valdez Jimenez was born Sept. 3 to Jose Valdez and Ana Jimenez Diaz of South Lake Tahoe.

Kevin Maximilian Mason was born Sept. 5 to George and Anna Mason of South Lake Tahoe.

Jaxon Donovan and Jamison Anthony Towle were born Sept. 5 to Chip Towle and Carina Donovan of South Lake Tahoe.

Annabelle Lynne Marsh was born Sept. 6 to Trevor and Sonja Marsh of South Lake Tahoe.

Willow Darlene Paget was born Sept. 6 to Jonathan Paget and Terica Solomon of South Lake Tahoe.

Indigo Lauchlan Berberich was born Sept. 6 to Michael and Alice Berberich of South Lake Tahoe.

Nakoi Charles English was born Sept. 7 to Charles and Ashley English of South Lake Tahoe.

Liberty Rose Hopkins was born Sept. 8 to Donald Hopkins and Holly Avila of South Lake Tahoe.

Sunny Jean Lazaneo was born Sept. 6 to Galin Lazaneo and Jamie Woltz of South Lake Tahoe.

Benjamin John McLean was born Sept. 9 to Robert and Marta McLean of South Lake Tahoe.

Gisell Alexandra Flores was born Sept 10 to Carlos and Ernestina Flores of South Lake Tahoe.


The City of South Lake Tahoe will host its inaugural Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on Thursday, Sept. 15, from 5-7:30 p.m. at Lakeview Commons at El Dorado Beach. The entire community is invited to attend this event as we say “thank you” to all law enforcement on the South Shore, including California and Nevada.

It was previously reported that Darla DeMoss would perform at this event; this was reported in error.


Auditions for Charles Dickens’ classic play, A Christmas Carol , will be held at Lake Tahoe Community College’s Duke Theatre on Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 7 p.m. Performances of the play take place Nov. 12-22. Actors of all ages and ethnic backgrounds are sought, from age 10 to 65. All actors will play multiple characters, except for the actor playing Ebenezer Scrooge. There are several roles available for boys and girls, including the role of Tiny Tim.

This quick-paced, highly theatrical re-telling of Dickens’ classic tale will delight the entire family.

It is Christmas in 19th Century England, and the embittered, ungenerous, and Ebenezer Scrooge is taken on a harrowing journey through his past, present, and future by the three frightening Ghosts of Christmas as he is warned to change his ways.

Before auditioning, actors should read the play and become familiar with it. Scripts will be available on reserve at LTCC’s Roberta Mason Library. Audition sides will also be available in the Duke Theatre lobby, and listed on the Theatre Arts Department’s Facebook page one week prior to auditions.

In addition to acting roles, LTCC is also seeking Light and Sound Board operators, a Stage Manager, backstage crew, and construction workers. For more information about these positions and this production of A Christmas Carol, please call LTCC’s Theatre Arts Department at (530) 541-4660 ext. 240, or follow us on Facebook at

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