To “end on the positive” in our print editions, Feel Good Stories share inspirational stories that impact the community in non-traditional ways.
A June trip to Coffeebar Truckee turned into the opportunity of a lifetime when a single mom and her son met professional mountain biker Katerina Nash.
This year, more than 4,000 bikes were left behind at Burning Man. Truckee local Meg Kiihne is helping get these abandoned bikes to where they can be put to good use — the hurricane-ravaged Turks and Caicos.
A 14-year-old blind dachshund and her 4-yeard of companion are adopted from the Pet Network Humane Society.
Every year over Fourth of July weekend Morgan Goodwin and his buddies pamper strangers who are thur hiking the Pacific Crest Trail.
High water along the Truckee accomplishes up to $1 million worth of restoration work, naturally
Michael Golden bikes 20 miles every day — perhaps you have seen him biking on SR 89 between Truckee and Squaw. But, do you know the reason he is out there everyday?
El autobús OneJustice trajo 14 estudiantes de leyes y cinco abogados de inmigración para ofrecer consejo de inmigración gratis en Truckee.
The OneJustice bus brought 14 law students and five immigration attorneys to offer free immigration advice in Truckee.
Johanna Peinado, 16, had her heart set on becoming a nurse, but immediately upon entering Sierra High’s public safety pathway switched her desired career to becoming a firefighter.
Lake Tahoe Community College works to protect their DREAMer students