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A Snowplow Sensation

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Two North Tahoe High alumni have become YouTube hits after their snow removal videos went viral, offering viewers around the world a look behind the curtain of extreme snowplowing.

Tahoe/Truckee Workforce Struggles with Childcare Shortages

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Truckee/Tahoe’s childcare crisis impacts local families and the workforce.

Winter Home Damages: Navigating the Insurance Process

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Winter storm damage is a chance to make the changes to your house you’ve always wanted, but having help to navigate the insurance process can make a big difference.

Smart Tech Tamps Down Obstacles to Forest wildfire Hardening

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Vibrant Planet’s Land Tender software provides an easier way to collaboratively (and quickly) plan for forest treatment, and its first users are in Truckee and the Tahoe Basin.

Killing It

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Cottonwood becomes the first restaurant in North America to employ patented virus-killing technology.

How to Give via a Qualified Charitable Distribution

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One method of saving taxes and giving to charities is to make a Qualified Charitable Distribution, advises attorney Michael E. Graham, based in Truckee.

Find Your Bearings in Stratospheric Housing Market

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These soaring housing prices got you down? Have heart —financial advisor John Manocchio believes the market will reverse and here’s what you should consider in getting ready for that turn.

Tahoe-Truckee Tourism and Stewardship Plans

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How will we balance protection of natural resources with a thriving tourism economy that is needed to fund solutions? To answer the call, two stewardship plans are in the works for Lake Tahoe and Truckee.

New Grads, Empower Yourself to Become Financially Literate

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Understanding three important financial concepts can help anyone and everyone, especially recent high school grads, from going into debt and becoming more financially savvy.

‘The Struggle Is Real’

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No days off, no employees, no end in sight. That is the plight for local plumbers, electricians, and other home-industry trade owners. A higher demand for services, coupled with a lack of local workforce, has created a stifling bind.