To “end on the positive” in our print editions, Feel Good Stories share inspirational stories that impact the community in non-traditional ways.
Public art is coming to Truckee in the form of bike racks doubling as sculptures. Designs include a feather and Chinese dragon.
Six years later, a former Adventure Risk Challenge participant returns to work for the program that helped change her life.
T Pots Pottery is closing by the end of June so owner Teresa Wik can spend more time with her retired husband.
The Soroptimist International of Truckee-Donner had its 10th annual fundraiser to help raise money for human trafficking.
The all-female Mountain Belles barbershop group brings joy to the community through their singing.
The Tahoe Food Hub's crowdfunding campaign was a success, and the nonprofit now has a new refridgerated van.
Trapped in a downtown Truckee explsion at four years old, Madeline Bond is now a 24-year-old aspiring artist.
The Nevada Woodchucks work year-round, making hand-crafted toys to donate to local charities thoughout Northern Nevada.
A special needs dog teaches preschool children important life lessons.
The parents of 5-year-old Julian Gaube hope to help his cerebral palsey and serious seizures with a medicinal marijuana treatment. Its high cost has forced them to fundraise, and the community has helped them near their goal.