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    Partnering with the Trust for Public Land, TDLT labored for over a year to raise a staggering $23.5 million and purchase the 1,462-acre Waddle Ranch located in Martis Valley, closing the deal Oct. 29.

  • The community is coming up for air after weeks of being pummeled by colossal snowstorms. While there is relief in snow, local agencies are warning that vigilance is still needed as Old Man Weather does an incredible about-face,with potential for flooding.

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    Utility district approves aggressive conservation program

  • Tahoe Women’s Services announced this week that it has officially changed its name to Tahoe SAFE Alliance so that everyone, including boys, men, and teens, feel safe to come to the agency for help.

  • June 3 Election: Three candidates face off June 3 for the Placer County 5th District Supervisor seat. Get acquainted with the issues and the candidates.

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    Publisher’s Note

  • Grant Barta

    Well-known Truckee mountain bike trails on public lands were taken down by the Forest Service this past summer. The bootleg trails were some of the few freeriding options in the area, but according to the Forest Service they are often not well built or well located. A look at why these trails are being built by riders, why they are being taken down by the Forest Service, and what can be done about the situation.

  • June 3 Election: Jennifer Montgomery, Candidate, Placer County Supervisor, 5th District

  • Publisher’s Note
    Be appealing, be useful, be not boring

  • People are nervous about Truckee’s electricity. The Truckee Donner Public Utility District (TDPUD) is nervous because as of 2009, the district isn’t sure from where the bulk of its power will be coming. Many ratepayers and several out-of-area voices are nervous because the district is considering alleviating the unknown by signing a 50-year contract for coal-fired power from a Utah company.

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June 14, 2018