Weekly Buzz: Snowboarder died; Grocery Outlet proposed; Avalanche | SierraSun.com

Weekly Buzz: Snowboarder died; Grocery Outlet proposed; Avalanche

Avalanche at Squaw Valley Friday.
Courtesy of Placer County Sheriff’s Office

From the death of a missing snowboarder to news of a Grocery Outlet proposal for the area, local news has been buzzing this past week.

Below is a recap some of the most read stories, from Feb. 26 – March 4, that we saw at http://www.TruckeeSun.com.

4. USA TODAY’S 10 Best “Trusted Travel & Lifestyle Advice” named Truckee’s very own FiftyFifty Brewing Co. in it’s top places to “hit the slopes and then some suds.”

Truckee’s FiftyFifty Brewing Co. named in USA Today’s top 10 ski resort breweries

3. “We are very proud of what has been designed,” said Brad Hays of Capital Avenue Development of West Sacramento, which serves as the “applicant team” for the project.

Check back on Wednesday for an update.

Grocery store one of three in development pipeline in Truckee

2. A missing snowboarder’s body was located and recovered in the Squaw Creek area at Squaw Valley ski resort on Friday morning, March 2, officials said.

Update: Missing snowboarder found dead in Squaw Creek area at Squaw Valley

1. An inbounds avalanche occurred at Squaw Valley on Friday afternoon, March 2, the ski resort confirmed.

Avalanche at Squaw Valley on Friday, March 2

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