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News briefs: South Lake Tahoe births, city council meeting and more

BIRTHS

Kingston Omar Chacon was born Jan. 16 to Omar and Yudy Chacon of South Lake Tahoe.

Ivanna Paola Jarquin Aguirre was born Jan. 20 to Julio Jarquin and Maribel Aguirre of South Lake Tahoe.

Amara Marie Cullen was born Jan. 21 to Amber Cullen of South Lake Tahoe.

Kaylani Diaz Morales was born Jan. 21 to Jorge Diaz and Dalia Morales of South Lake Tahoe.

Knox Zaikaner Miller was born Jan. 21 to Alexander Miller and Samantha Reith of South Lake Tahoe.

Ruby Jane Brun-Kravan was born Jan. 23 to Joseph Brun and Dawn Kravan of South Lake Tahoe.

Emilio Salvador Uribe was born Jan. 24 to Salvador and Cesilia Uribe of South Lake Tahoe.

CLARIFICATION

The U.S. Forest Service Ski with a Ranger program at Heavenly Mountain Resort takes place on Mondays and Fridays through the season. The tour meets at 1 p.m. at the top of the Heavenly Gondola.

DEVIL MAKES THREE

Old-time music, with tattoos, returns to the South Shore this week. Perennial Lake Tahoe favorite the Devil Makes Three is back at the MontBleu Resort Casino and Spa’s theater this Wednesday, Jan. 27.

The group’s sound is “garage-y ragtime, punkified blues, old n’ new timey without settling upon a particular era,” according to the band’s online biography.

The genre-bending mix tends to result in a boot-stomping party for those who attend their live shows, which have continued to grow over the band’s nearly 15-year history.

The event starts at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $30, plus fees. Learn more at http://www.ticketmaster.com.

CALL FOR RECREATIONAL TRAILS PROGRAM GRANT APPLICATIONS

The Nevada Division of State Parks is seeking grant applications for the 2016 federal funding round of the Recreational Trails Program. Nevada could potentially receive $1.1 million in grant funds.

Previous projects have included the Flume Trailhead parking area in Washoe County, the Sierra Vista Park Trails System in Reno and the Ash Canyon Creek Bridge in Carson City.

Grants may be awarded to counties, municipalities, state and federal agencies, private organizations, nonprofits and Native American tribal governments for the purpose of providing outdoor recreational trail activities. Because funding through this program is limited, allocation of these funds will be competitively determined by the Ad-Hoc Recreation Trails Program Committee.

Visit http://www.parks.nv.gov to review the manual and determine eligibility. The full application may be downloaded at http://www.parks.nv.gov and is due by 5 p.m. on May 6. Questions should be directed to Jenny Scanland at 775-684-2787 or jscanland@parks.nv.gov.

MORE H20 IN LAKE TAHOE

According to the Tahoe Fund on Facebook, “Since November, more than 15 billion gallons of water have been added to Lake Tahoe. Interestingly, most of that came before El Niño officially arrived.”

WINTER SNOW DANCE

Everyone, of all ages, is invited to a Winter Snow Dance on Friday, Jan. 29, at South Lake Tahoe Senior Center. The 17-piece Tahoe Dance Band will play a variety of music. It will run from 7:30-10 p.m. and it is not necessary to come with a partner.

Admission includes appetizers, desserts, beverages and a free door prize ticket — all for only $10. Those under 21 only pay $5. There will also be raffles with good prizes.

BAY AREA CLAY ARTIST VISITING LTCC

The Art Club at Lake Tahoe Community College welcomes Bay Area artist Mark Jaeger for a two-day artist-in-residence event this February.

Jaeger, who primarily works with clay, will host a lecture Friday, Feb. 5, at 6 p.m. in Room F101. A hands-on demonstration of his techniques will be held Saturday, Feb. 6, at 11 a.m. in Room F104. Both rooms are located in the fine arts building, where the Duke Theatre is housed.

These are free events, and interested artists from the community are encouraged to attend. Space will be limited, so please arrive early to assure a spot.

Jaeger developed his artwork while studying ceramics at University of California, Davis, and he continues to evolve his techniques while teaching ceramics in Marin County. He also operates his own private studio in San Anselmo. Jaeger has already solidified himself as a significant figurative artist, and his work has been acquired by notable art collectors such as Clinton Reilly and the late Robin Williams.

In describing his particular approach to art, Jaeger said, “My work explores the human condition through concepts of personal and social identity. I’m concerned with how we project ourselves — our intentions, our purpose, our morality — and how that projection is both perceived and interpreted by society and by our own selves.”

The LTCC Art Club Visiting Artist Series is funded through student fundraising activities and donations. The club is made up of a community of art students who are interested in a variety of mediums, cooperating together in artistic endeavors. For more information about LTCC’s Art Club, contact LTCC Art Professor Bryan Yerian at yerian@ltcc.edu, or visit the club’s Facebook page at LTCC Art Club.

NEXT CITY COUNCIL MEETING

The next South Lake Tahoe City Council meeting is planned for Tuesday, Feb. 2, at 9 a.m. in the City Council Chambers (1901 Airport Rd.). City Council meetings are open to the public and are generally held on the first and third Tuesday of each month. For more information, visit http://www.cityofslt.us/citycouncil.

NEVADA MEASURING WATER LEVELS IN WELLS

Beginning the middle of February and continuing into March, staff from the Nevada Division of Water Resources, Office of the State Engineer, will be measuring groundwater levels in wells throughout various hydrographic basins in the state.

The data collection is part of an ongoing effort to assess hydrologic conditions throughout Nevada. Division staff will be measuring water levels primarily in irrigation and stock wells.

Contact Mark Beutner at 775-684-2821 for more information.

Water level measurements may be reviewed at http://www.water.nv.gov/data/waterlevel.


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