The individual vote counts the most for down-ballot elections

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How this election resonates with Millenials, and affects us all.

Dislocation Disorientation

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The Ink’s digital content editor has moved five times in the two years she’s lived in the Tahoe/Truckee area. She counts herself among the lucky in this housing crisis that just won’t let up.

Why Fish Love Fly Fishermen

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Learn why fish love fishermen, and how to use perspective to knock the crust off stale ideas.

Avoiding MEGOs at All Costs

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Publisher Mayumi Elegado and News Editor Kara Fox discuss Moonshine Ink's process of choosing stories.

Seasons of Our Lives

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Our own lives are patterned after Mother Nature’s seasons. Reporter Alex Hoeft reflects on what it means to be “doing okay” in her current season.

Why We’re Here

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Out here in the mountains of Tahoe we’re all on the same team, but is the community glue is starting to wear thin?

Where Did All My Friends Go?

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Living in Tahoe can be hard, but lest we forget the reasons we are all here in the first place. Here are some solutions to making sure friend-time is as important as showing up to work or walking your dog.

This Land Was Made for You and Me — Let’s Keep...

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One of the reasons the Truckee/Tahoe area is so beautiful is that it is clean. Seldom do you see roadside litter, and it’s even more rare to see plastic bags floating along streets like tumbleweeds blowing in the wind. Whether you’re a resident or a visitor, the duty to keep this majestic region pristine is ours just the same. On June 1, we can all do our part, with a number of community clean-up days set to take place.

Like Sand Through the Hourglass, Time is Falling Through My Fingers

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Living through loss brings a change of perspective when it comes to growing older.

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.