When the Moonshine Aligns

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The journey “there and back again” to find journalism as a meaningful career, in a bout of “Moonshine Magic.”

Election Reflection on Hope in a Hazy Future

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Reflection on hope in a year of turmoil. An election with a turnout like never before illustrates how engagement, and acknowledgement of power are on the rise.

The Age of Activism

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Too many pivotal movements are being left in the rearview mirror of the news cycle before they gain enough momentum to make a difference, let’s stay the course.

A Day at the Nevada Caucus

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What’s more important: Voting for someone with the same values as you or beating Donald Trump?

‘Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick’

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When nearly every development project in the region grinds to a halt in a trip to court, are we losing the art of compromise? Lessons learned from a 100-year-old foreign policy philosophy.

A Common Goal, Not a Common Enemy

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On this 18th anniversary of the national tragedy of 9/11, let’s take the opportunity to reflect on how to unify around a common dream, not a common enemy.

Mountain Biker’s Paradise; Cycle Commuter’s Challenge

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At 29 I’ve been many things. But never a licensed driver — until now. I am finally poised to get my license as a new resident of a mountain town, but I’m not losing my carless ethos.

History in Person

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Today’s news is tomorrow’s history. It’s our job to preserve it for future generations.

Home Among the Trees of My Youth

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An undeniable sense of homecoming came to me immediately upon moving to Truckee a mere month and a half ago, despite never having lived here full time.

Divided, We Fall

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Sadly, tragedy brings out the best in people and we truly saw the best of America in the 9/11 aftermath. It was a reminder that we’re all in this life together. We all are Americans.