Local Women of Poetry take the Stage at Valhalla May 22


Tahoe Arts and Mountain CultureLocal Women of Poetry take the Stage @ Valhalla May 22 Posted on May 4, 2008 They’ve been receiving accolades for their latest collection of poems that stir the soul. Suzanne Roberts and June Sylvester Saraceno … Continued

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Sunday Profile: Matyas Mleziva


Sierra Nevada College ski champ comes to the United States to hit the slopes and the books North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  Matyas Mleziva was drawn to the United States for different reasons than most foreigners. The 20-year-old Prague, Czech Republic native … Continued

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College professor to read new book of poems


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:  Sierra Nevada College English Program Chair June Sylvester Saraceno has followed her 2006 publication of the chapbook Mean Girl Trips with her first full-length volume of original poetry. "Altars of Ordinary Light" was released recently from … Continued

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Fire chiefs to discuss air quality


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:   When chiefs from every fire agency in the Tahoe Basin meet in Incline Village Monday and Tuesday, a wide range of subjects are expected to be discussed. The California-Nevada Tahoe Basin Fire Commission meetings are set … Continued

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Chamber award lunch celebrates notable local teachers


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza: Lynn Gillette already has made an impact as the chair of Sierra Nevada College’s business department and as an economics professor in his short time at the school. Q: How long have you been at SNC?A: … Continued

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SNC wins overall national championships in alpine skiing and men’s snowboarding


  SNC also finishes second in women’s snowboarding and freestyle skiing, and third in men’s freestyle skiing   Alpine Skiing Sierra Nevada College had three skiers finish in the top six to win the team crown in the slalom and … Continued

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A Q&A with Sierra Nevada College Rider Spencer Cordovano


A Q&A with Sierra Nevada College rider Spencer CordovanoSays both men, women’s teams shooting for USCSA titleBy Kyle MaginBONANZA STAFF WRITER North Lake Tahoe Bonanza: Spencer Cordovano, a snowboarder with Sierra Nevada College, took home the USCSA overall national title … Continued

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Center hosts fire discussion, open house


North Lake Tahoe Bonanza:   The Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences is offering the community a chance to educate themselves on fire impacts Monday, as well as giving residents and educators an opportunity to visit the UC Davis Thomas J. Long … Continued

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English Chair June Saraceno honored for excellence and innovation in humanities teaching by Nevada Humanities


Sierra Nevada College’s English Chair June Saraceno continually strives to bring exceptional literary speakers and programs to Incline Village for the campus and the community. Now, Nevada Humanities has deemed Saraceno as exceptional herself. Nevada’s nonprofit affiliate for the National … Continued

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Teacher Education alumnus is Teacher of the Year finalist


Tahoe Daily Tribune INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Incline Elementary School teacher Eric Harssema was selected as the second finalist for Truckee Hometown Sears-Sierra Sun Teacher of the Year. Harssema impressed the selection committee, including representatives from Truckee Hometown Sears, the … Continued

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