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To “end on the positive” in our print editions, Feel Good Stories share inspirational stories that impact the community in non-traditional ways.

Spiritual Curiosity Continues

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For Goodness Sake’s financial structure is changing, but they will continue offering the same spiritual guidance and leadership. Learn how the community is rallying to keep the doors open at this 14-year-old Truckee nonprofit.

Ellery the Magnificent

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North Tahoe School students and staff remember the lovable dog that adopted them.

A Beacon in the Storm

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Truckee North Tahoe Emergency Warming Center gives shelter to those who would otherwise be left out in the cold.

Independence Days

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Elevation, a new program serving developmentally disabled adults in Truckee/North Tahoe, strives to build clients’ independency. They will soon become entrepreneurs as Elevation opens a retail store.

Tahoe’s Memorials Bringing Us Together

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Our hearts ache for the lives who have left us, but memorials give us a chance to look around at all those familiar faces and remember what a special place Tahoe is. Despite our disagreements about the future of Squaw Valley, or the Presidential election, or whatever other issue we will face next, we are all here, finding joy and companionship in this place

Learning Forgiveness Behind Bars

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Once a month, Truckee Realtor and Radical Well Being coach Dinny Evans drives three hours to a building that sits on 275 acres overlooking the San Francisco Bay. When the fog rolls in, no one can enter and no one can leave.

Keeping Our Students Here

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Lake Tahoe Community College works to protect their DREAMer students

The Potters Wheel Stops Spinning

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T Pots Pottery is closing by the end of June so owner Teresa Wik can spend more time with her retired husband.

Rescuing the Rescuers

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Community members came to the rescue of Tahoe Nordic Search and Rescue, volunteering time and materials to solve the problem when the group’s new snowcat was too big to fit in the garage.

Endless Winter

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Jeannette Kennedy and Dan Bartlett have skied every month since 1991, a feat that will reach 300 months in September.